Crimthann mac Fidaig

Crimthann mac Fidaig roi légendaire de Munster et Ard ri Érenn du IVe siècle.

Crimthann mac Fidaig dont le nom est repris sous la forme de « Crimthand » dans le Baile Chuind Chétchathaig était le fils de Fidach mac Dáire (Dáre Cerbba: Rawlinson B 502) ou Láre Fidach (Laud 610) roi Eóganachta de Munster. Selon les récits médiévaux irlandais il aurait réalisé des conquêtes en Bretagne et en Gaule.

Crimthann aurait épousé Fidheang une fille du roi de Connacht et serait mort empoisonné par sa sœur Mongfhinn veuve de son prédécesseur comme Ard ri Érenn ; Eochaid Mugmedón.

Les Annales des quatre maîtres lui assignent comme dates traditionnelles de règne: 365 à 376.


Précédé de :
Eochaid Mugmedón
Haut Rois d'Irlande
AFM 365-376
Suivi de :
Niall Noigiallach


Généalogie

Arbre généalogique selon (Rawlinson B 502):

Mug Nuadat
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Ailill Aulomm
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Eógan Mór
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Fiachu Muillethan
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Ailill Flann Bec
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|____________________________ ???
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Lugaid                    Dáire Cerbba
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|                              |__________________________
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|                              |                          |
|                         Fidach              Uí Fidgenti & Uí Liatháin
|                         |
|                         |__________________________
|                         |                          |
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|               Crimthann mac Fidaig             Mongfind = Eochaid Mugmedón = Cairenn
|                                                         |                  |
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Conall Corc                                           Connachta         Niall Noígiallach

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