Person:Cairbre mac Cormac (1)

Cairbre Lifechair _____, Legendary High King of Ireland
b.Abt 240 Ireland
d.Abt 284
  1. Cairbre Lifechair _____, Legendary High King of IrelandAbt 240 - Abt 284
  • HCairbre Lifechair _____, Legendary High King of IrelandAbt 240 - Abt 284
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  2. Eochaidh Doimhlen mac Cairbre LithfeachairAbt 285 -
Facts and Events
Name Cairbre Lifechair _____, Legendary High King of Ireland
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 240 IrelandTara, Midi (Meath), Ireland
Marriage to Unknown
Death? Abt 284 Battle of Gabhra Aichle, County Meath, Ireland
Reference Number? Q611918?
References
  1.   Cairbre Lifechair, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.

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    Cairbre Lifechair ("lover of the Liffey"), son of Cormac mac Airt, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland. He came to the throne after the death of Eochaid Gonnat. During his time Bresal Belach was king of Leinster, and refused to pay the bórama or cow-tribute to the High King, but Cairbre defeated him in the Battle of Dubchomar, and from then on exacted the bórama without a battle.

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