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Lugaid Alldathach MacCairpre
The Lebor Gabála synchronises his reign with that of the Roman emperor Claudius (AD 41–54). The chronology of Geoffrey Keating's Foras Feasa ar Éirinn dates his reign to 33–13 BC, that of the Annals of the Four Masters to 33–9 BC.
He was the child of incestuous relationships - for the story of how he got his name see Lugaid na Riab Derg in the blog pages from The Head of Donn Bó
The imagined descent line by Ralph de Diceto reproduced below reads - Eterscel father of Conaire Mór father of Coibre Find Mor father of Daire Dorn-Mor father of Coibre Crom-chenn father of Lugaid Ildathach father of Mog-Lama father of Conaire - The last Gaelic king of Scotland to descend from Conaire Mór was Alexander III
Note - that he will also turn up as Lughaidh Sriabh n Dearg, 98th Monarch of Ireland, with a death listed as 8 B.C. in Tara, Meath; listed as no.42 in the thirty-ninth generation since Milesius of Spain, among the kings of ancient Ireland; although in this case, as a son of Fineamhnas and Clothra of Leinster. 
- ↑ Entered by Katherine Wall, Wednesday, October 23, 2013.
- ↑ Irish Language Dictionary : eDIL s.v. alldathach or dil.ie/2964
- ↑ Wikipedia : Lugaid Riab nDerg Wikipedia : Conaire Mór
- ↑ will of jehova.com. - Descendants of Milesius of Spain, King of Braganza Father of the Irish Race, The High Kings of Ireland
- Alan O. Anderson, Scottish annals from English chroniclers A.D. 500 to 1286 . Published 1908 by D.N. Nutt in London .
- Sylvester O'Halloran, A general history of Ireland: from the earliet accounts to the close of the twelfth century, collected from the most authentic records. In which new and interesting lights are thrown on the remote histories of other nations as well as of both Britains, Volume 1 (Google eBook). Printed for the author, by A. Hamilton, 1778 - Ireland
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