character in Tochmarc Étaíne, where she is Midir's first wife
early Irish poet whose name is invoked in some manuscripts of Dinnshenchas Érenn, in which he is credited with the composition of a number of poems.
Fulartach son of Fíngen, minor character in Acallam na sénorach, ‘king of the kingdoms of Brega and Mide’, only mentioned in passing on ll. 312-313 of Stokes’s edition.
- Clúain Iraird, Dísert (Fulartaig) ... Dysart (Co. Kildare)
Fulartach mac Bricc, patron saint of Dísert Fulartaig, now probably Dysart (Co. Kildare). AFM give Fulartach ‘son of Brecc, the anchorite’ an obit of 755. Ó Riain has suggested that he is ultimately identical with the Fulartach who was bishop at Clonard (d. 779, AU), but also points out that the divergence in their obits and possibly, feastdays is somewhat problematic.
reputed, late 7th-century founder of Clúain Brónaig (Clonbroney, Co. Longford)
Son of Conchobar mac Nessa (king of the Ulaid) in the Ulster Cycle of tales
- fl. 7th century
- Péronne, Cnobheresburg, Lagny, Lugmad
Irish monk and missionary
King of Leinster from the Uí Dúnlainge branch of the Laigin.