An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Oirialla"

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''Ard-ríocht nó cúige i nÉirinn na meánaoise ab ea '''Oirialla''' ([[Sean-Ghaeilge]] '''Airgíalla''', [[Béarla]] '''Oriel''') maraon le hainm na cónaidhme faoina bonn. Bhíodh naoú bhfo-ríocht sa chónaidhm, neamhspleách eatarthu féin ach gafa le chéile de bharr ardfhlaithiúnais ainmniúil tugtha do [[ríthe Éireann|rí ruire]], de ghnáth den rítheaghlach is cumhachtaí.<ref name="ConnollyPg12"/>
'' '''Oirialla''' ([[Sean-Ghaeilge]] '''Airgíalla''', [[Béarla]] '''Oriel''') was a medieval Irish [[Provinces of Ireland|over-kingdom]] and the collective name for the confederation of tribes that formed it. The confederation consisted of nine minor-kingdoms, all independent of each other but paying nominal [[suzerainty]] to an [[overking]], usually from the most powerful dynasty.<ref name="ConnollyPg12"/> Airgíalla at its peak roughly matched the modern [[List of Catholic dioceses in Ireland|dioceses]] of [[Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Armagh|Armagh]] and [[Roman Catholic Diocese of Clogher|Clogher]], spanning parts of [[Counties of Ireland|counties]] [[County Armagh|Armagh]], [[County Monaghan|Monaghan]], [[County Louth|Louth]], [[County Fermanagh|Fermanagh]], [[County Tyrone|Tyrone]] and [[County Londonderry|Londonderry]].<ref name="ConnollyPg12"/> Its main towns were [[Armagh]] and [[Clogher]]. The name's usage survives as a cultural area of folk tradition in South East Ulster and adjoining areas of County Louth.
 
'' '''Oirialla''' ([[Sean-Ghaeilge]] '''Airgíalla''', [[Béarla]] '''Oriel''') was a medieval Irish [[Provinces of Ireland|over-kingdom]] and the collective name for the confederation of tribes that formed it. The confederation consisted of nine minor-kingdoms, all independent of each other but paying nominal [[suzerainty]] to an [[overking]], usually from the most powerful dynasty.<ref name="ConnollyPg12"/> Airgíalla at its peak roughly matched the modern [[List of Catholic dioceses in Ireland|dioceses]] of [[Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Armagh|Armagh]] and [[Roman Catholic Diocese of Clogher|Clogher]], spanning parts of [[Counties of Ireland|counties]] [[County Armagh|Armagh]], [[County Monaghan|Monaghan]], [[County Louth|Louth]], [[County Fermanagh|Fermanagh]], [[County Tyrone|Tyrone]] and [[County Londonderry|Londonderry]].<ref name="ConnollyPg12"/> Its main towns were [[Armagh]] and [[Clogher]]. The name's usage survives as a cultural area of folk tradition in South East Ulster and adjoining areas of County Louth.
 
[[Íomhá:Www.wesleyjohnston.com-users-ireland-maps-historical-map1014.gif|mion|lár|250px|Oriel before the [[Norman invasion of Ireland]]]]

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