Áed Findliath

Áed mac Neíll (died 879), called Áed Findliath (Áed the Fair Warrior) to distinguish him from his paternal grandfather Áed Oirdnide, was king of Ailech and High King of Ireland. A member of the northern Uí Néill kindred of the Cenél nEógain, Áed was the son of Niall Caille.

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Where died Áed Findliath?

Áed Findliath died in Druim Inasclainn, County Louth.

Who was the predecessor of Áed Findliath?

The predecessor of Áed Findliath was Flann Sinna.

How would Áed Findliath be described?

Áed Findliath would be described as High King of Ireland, King of Ailech.

When died Áed Findliath?

Áed Findliath died 20.11.0879.

What is Áed Findliath subject of?

Áed Findliath is subject of 879 deaths, High Kings of Ireland, People from County Donegal, Year of birth unknown, 9th-century Irish monarchs and Kings of Ailech.

When died Áed Findliath?

Áed Findliath died 20.11.0879.

What is the gender of Áed Findliath?

Áed Findliath is male.

When did the career of Áed Findliath start?

The career started in 0862.