Érimón mac Míled
in Irish pseudo-historical tradition, one of the sons of Míl Espáine, leader of the Milesians, and king of the northern half of Ireland, while his brother Éber rules the south. Éber is defeated in battle by Érimón, the first of the Goídil to become high-king of all Ireland.
See also: Míl EspáineMíl Espáine (ass. time-frame: Míl Espáine) – in Irish pseudo-historical tradition, father of the Milesian invaders of Ireland, hence ancestor of the Goídil
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Éber Finn mac MíledÉber Finn mac Míled (ass. time-frame: Míl Espáine, Érimón mac Míled) – in Irish pseudo-historical tradition, one of the sons of Míl Espáine, leader of the Milesians, and king of the south of Ireland, while his brother Érimón rules the north. Éber is defeated in battle by Érimón, the first of the Goídil to become high-king of all Ireland.
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Tea ingen LugdechTea ingen Lugdech (ass. time-frame: Érimón mac Míled) – eponym of Temair Breg (Hill of Tara) in the Dinnshenchas of Temair I; described as a daughter of Lugaid and wife of Érimón, king of Ireland
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