Cuan O'Lothchain

From A Compendium of Irish Biography, 1878

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O'Lothchain, Cuan, was chief poet to King Malachy Mor in the 11th century, and on his death acted as joint regent of Ireland with Corcran Cleireach. He was slain in Teffia in 1024. Six of his historical poems, said to be of great value, are noticed by O'Curry.

Sources

261. O'Curry, Eugene: Ancient Irish Manners and Customs: Edited by W. K. Sullivan, Ph.D. 3 vols. London, 1873.

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