(1760 B.C.-1683 B.C.)
(1752 B.C.-)
Irialfaidh (Euryal) The Prophet-King of Ireland
(1717 B.C.-1670 B.C.)
Ethriall King of Ireland
(1695 B.C.-1650 B.C.)


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Ethriall King of Ireland

  • Born: 1695 B.C., Ireland
  • Marriage (1): Unknown
  • Died: 1650 B.C., Battle of Soirrean, Leinster, Ireland at age 45

bullet  General Notes:

"A Guide to Irish Roots," pg II-40;

He succeeded his father and reigned for 20 years as king, per Book of McKee, pg 400

Womack Genealogy, One Hundred fifty Generations Removed from the First Man and Woman, tells that he was the 11th King of Ireland who wrote the History of the Gadelian Travels and was called the Irish Prophet

O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees states he was the 11th Monarch; reigned 20 years; and was slain by Conmaol, the son of Heber Fionn, at the battle of Soirrean, in Leinster, B.C. his reign seven large woods were cleared and much advance made in the practice of agriculture.

Descendents of Duncan I the Gracious, King of Scotland, report created 19 Mar 2001 from states this was a learned King. He wrote with his own hand the History of the Gaels (or Gadelians).


Ethriall married.

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