Eóganachta

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Eóganachta
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NegaraIrlandia
Didirikanabad ke-5
PendiriCorc mac Luigthig
Kepala saat iniOwen Mc Donogh
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Eóganachta atau Eoghanachta merupakan nama dari sebuah dinasti di Irlandia yang berpusat di Cashel yang mendominasi Irlandia selatan (yaitu Kerajaan Munster) dari abad ke-6/7 hingga abad ke-10,[1] dan setelah itu dalam bentuk terbatas, Kerajaan Desmond, dan cabang-cabangnya Carbery, hingga akhir abad ke-16. Menurut tradisi, dinasti ini didirikan oleh Corc mac Luigthig namun dinamai sesuai dengan nama leluhurnya, Éogan, putra sulung raja semi-mitologi abad ke-3, Ailill Aulom. [2]

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  1. ^ Ó Corráin 2001, p. 30
  2. ^ Byrne, F.J., Irish Kings and High Kings, London, 1973, p. 177. .

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