Source Name / Title: AC, 1537, p. 717, par 13

Title / NameAC, 1537, p. 717, par 13
Date Of Surviving Sourcecontemporary
Likely Date Of Original Sourcecontemporary
Literary Genre Annal
Authorshipnative Irish
Author's Attitude factual but mourns the loss of Niall son of Aodh son of Niall (Mor) son of Conn O Neill, 'eligible for the lordship of Trian Congail, one who practiced magnificance and hospitality, who seemed likely tyo follow in the footsteps of his ancestors on account of his renown and his liberality in rewarding poets, exiles, scholars and ollavs, and of his nobility and bounty' (AC, p.707, par 13).
Length Of Reference1 sentence, 6 lines
Number Of References in Source20 for 1537
KeywordsNiall son of Aodh son of Niall (Mor) son of Conn son of Aodh Buidhe O Neill; Niall O Neill; Aodh O Neill; Niall Mor O Neill; Conn O Neill; Aodh Buide O Neill; Trian Congail; lordship; poets; exiles; scholars; ollavs; hospitality; magnificance; liberality;
Name Of Individual MentionedScots (AC, 1537, p. 717, par. 13)