Source Name / Title: AU, 1343 [1346], p. 483-484

Title / NameAU, 1343 [1346], p. 483-484
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Literary Genre Annal
Authorshipnative Irish
Author's Attitude sees the slaying of O Ruairc as is the greatest deed that was done in Ireland from the death of Cormac, son of Cuilennan, downwards.
Reliabilityvery
Length Of Reference10 lines; 4 sentences
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KeywordsO Ruairc; Mag Buirrci, commander of the galloglasses of Ualgarg O Ruairc; the galloglasses of Ualgarg O Ruairc; Ualgarg O Ruairc; the son of Niall Cam; Niall Cam; the son of Niall the Lame; Niall the Lame;Maelmruanaigh mac Donnchaidh; Cormac son of Cuilennan
Name Of Individual MentionedGalloglasses belonging to Ualgarg O Ruairc and commanded by Mag Buirrci and the son of Niall Cam (AC, 1346, par. 2, p. 299; AU, 1343 [1346], p. 483-484)- galloclaich