Áed mac Colggen
Áed mac Colggen (died 738) was a king of the Uí Cheinnselaig of Leinster. Some sources incorrectly make him joint king of Leinster with Bran Becc mac Murchado, but it appears that Áed was main ruler of Leinster in 738. His father Colcú mac Bressail (died 722) was called king of Ard Ladrann (near Gorey, Co.Wexford) at his death obit in the annals in 722 which mention that he was killed. He was the great-great grandson of Crundmáel Erbuilc (died 656), a King of Leinster, and was a member of the Sil Chormaic sept.
How would Áed mac Colggen be described?
Áed mac Colggen would be described as King of Leinster.
What is the gender of Áed mac Colggen?
Áed mac Colggen is male.
When died Áed mac Colggen?
Áed mac Colggen died 738-8-19.
What is Áed mac Colggen subject of?
Áed mac Colggen is subject of 738 deaths, People from County Wexford, 8th-century Irish monarchs, Monarchs killed in action, Year of birth unknown, Kings of Leinster and Kings of Uí Cheinnselaig.