1 edition of circuit of Ireland by Muirchertach na gCochall gCroiceann A.D. 941. found in the catalog.
circuit of Ireland by Muirchertach na gCochall gCroiceann A.D. 941.
From: The Journal of Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, vol.66, 1936.
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The Circuit of Ireland. By Muirchertach na gCochall gCroiceann A.D. escrito por Cormacán. Traducido y comentado por la Real Sociedad de Anticuarios de Irlanda. Vol. 6, No 1 (30 junio ), pp ; Bigliografía. A New History of Ireland, vol I, Prehistoric and Early Ireland.
Editado por Dáibhí Ó Cróinín. Oxford University Press, MUIRCHEARTACH (d. ), king of Ailech, usually known in Irish writings as ‘na gcochall gcroicionn,’ of the leather cloaks, was son of Niall Glundubh [q.
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