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  • '''Cairpre Nia Fer''', son of Rus Ruad, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical ...of the sons of [[Lugaid Mac Con|Mac Con]] during the reign of Cairpre Nia Fer, a hundred years previously &ndash; i.e. in the 4th century.<ref>Ludwig Bie
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  • '''Cairpre Nia Fer''', son of Rus Ruad, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical ...of the sons of [[Lugaid Mac Con|Mac Con]] during the reign of Cairpre Nia Fer, a hundred years previously &ndash; i.e. in the 4th century.<ref>Ludwig Bie
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  • {{r|Cairpre Nia Fer}}
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  • ...arriage.<ref>Maighréad Ní Conmidhe Dobs (ed. & trans.), "La guerre entre Fergus et Conchobar", ''Revue Celtique'' 40, 1923, pp. 404-423</ref> ...acha and Folloman. His daughter Fedelm Noíchrothach marries [[Cairbre Nia Fer]], king of [[Tara]], and they have a son, Erc, and a daughter, Achall. Conc
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  • *{{r|Cairpre Nia Fer}} *{{r|Fer Diad}}
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  • ...aphical sense, so that the term ''rí Ulad'', "king of the Ulaid", could refer to the king of the Dál Fiatach, or to the over-king of the north-east, man ...echán]]'s 7th century memoir of [[Saint Patrick]] says that [[Cairpre Nia Fer]], Conchobar's son-in-law in the sagas, died only 100 years before the sain
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  • ...sula]] and steal the Ulaid's prize bull, [[Donn Cúailnge]], assisted by [[Fergus mac Róich]], a former king of the Ulaid in exile, and opposed only by t ...st stories is dateable to the 8th century, and events and characters are referred to in poems dating to the 7th. The tone is terse, violent and mostly rea
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  • ...the story of his life from conception to death. Other sources tell very different stories. ...n. He was brought up alongside three foster-brothers, Fer Lé, Fer Gar and Fer Rogain, sons of Dond Désa, who was a chief of ''fianna'', landless warrior
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