Flann MacLonain

From A Compendium of Irish Biography, 1878

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MacLonain, Flann, chief poet of Ireland, a native of south Connaught, flourished in the 10th century. Some of his pieces, many of which are still extant, were written for Lorcan, grandfather of Brian Borumha. O'Curry gives a minute account of the poems attributed to him.

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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