An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Eochaidh mac Domhnaill"

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''[[Ard-Rí na hÉireann]] de réir roinnt ríliostaí ba ea '''EochaidEochaidh mac DomnaillDomhnaill''' (bás 572), also[[Sean-Ghaeilge]] '''Eochaid Findmac Domnaill''' ("the fair"), wasfreisin anEochaidh IrishFionn king(''Eochaid who is includedFind'') in some lists as a(bás [[Ard-Rí na hÉireann]]572). He was the son of [[Domhnall mac AodhaMuircheartaigh|Domhnall Ilchealgach]] (bás 566) andba grandsonea ofa athair agus [[MuirchertachDomnall mac MuiredaigMuirchertaig|Muircheartach mac Muireadaigh]] (bás 534) a sheanathair, alsoa consideredmheastar fosta gur Ard-Ríthe iad.<ref>T.M. Charles-Edwards, ''Early Christian Ireland'', Aguisín V</ref> HeBa wasbhall a member of thede [[Cineál Eoghain|Chineál Eoghain]] branch of the northern [[Uí Néill]]. HeBhí ruled ini gcoróin i n[[Aileach]] fromón mbliain 565 togo dtí 571.<ref>He is given a reignTugtar ofréimeas 6 yearsbhliain in thei ''[[Laud 610|Sioncronachtaí Laud]]''</ref>
 
''The high kingship of Ireland rotated between the Cenél nEógain and [[Cineál Chonaill]] branches in the late 6ú haois.<ref>Charles-Edwards, ll. 494-495</ref> Eochaidh ruled jointly with his uncle [[Báetán mac Muirchertaig|Baotán mac Muircheartaigh]] (bás 572) from 569.<ref>They are given a reign of three years in the [[Leabhar Laighneach]] and one year in the ''Sioncronachtaí Laud''.</ref> The middle Irish king lists have misplaced their reign putting it earlier than the annalistic tradition but other king lists have them in the correct order.<ref>Charles-Edwards, ll. 484-487</ref> They are also omitted from the earliest list of Kings of Tara, the ''[[Baile Chuinn Chétchathaig|Buile Choinn]]'', a late 7ú-haois poem. It is possible that the Ulaid king, [[Báetán mac Cairill|Baotán mac Cairill]] (bás 581), was the actual high king at this time.<ref>Francis J.Byrne, ''Irish Kings and High-Kings'', lch. 114</ref>

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