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Feidlimid mac Crimthainn
  • d. 847
king of Munster
See also references for related subjects.
Haggart, Craig, “Feidlimid mac Crimthainn and the óentu Maíle Ruain”, Studia Hibernica 33 (2004–2005): 29–59.
Bracken, Damian, “[Multiple contributions]”, Oxford dictionary of national biography, Online: Oxford University Press. URL: <>.
“Feidlimid mac Crimthainn (d. 847), king of Munster”
Meyer, Kuno [ed.], “Mitteilungen aus irischen Handschriften: III. Aus Laud 610. König Fedlimids Rache”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 3 (1901): 34.
Celtic Digital Initiative – all Mitteilungen of ZCP 3: <link> Internet Archive: <link>
Brief, medieval Irish poem (4qq) attributed to Feidlimid, who is called ‘bishop and king of Munster’ and may be identified with Feidlimid mac Crimthainn, king of Munster (d. 847).
Early Irish poem (4qq) attributed to Feidlimid mac Crimthainn, to which is appended a brief note in prose. 
  • Early Irish

Modern Irish prose tale in which Mis, following the death of her father Dáire, becomes a deranged woman in the wilderness of Slíab Mis and is gradually restored to sanity and to the civilised world through encounters with Dub Ruis (mod. Dubh Rois), harpist to the king of Munster (Feidlimid mac Crimthainn). Dub Ruis employs music, cooked food, a bath and ultimately, sex, to bring about her healing and goes on to marry her. In the two known manuscript copies of the text, the tale serves to introduce an elegiac poem for a patron named Dubh Rois.

  • Modern Irish
  • Dub Ruis
  • Mis
  • Feidlimid mac Crimthainn
  • Early Irish
  • Cycles of the Kings
  • Feidlimid mac Crimthainn
  • Gulide of Áth Lóche
  • Anonymous ... daughter of Gulide
  • Cuil, Gaeloc and Grech ... daughters of Gulide