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The Ciannachta were a population group of early historic Ireland. They claimed descent from the legendary figure Tadc mac Céin. Modern research indicates Saint Cianán and his followers may have been the origin behind the tribal name as it is a late construction similar in form to Eóganachta and Connachta. They first appear in historical sources in the 6th century, and were found in several parts of the island, including in Brega and Airgialla. The Ciannachta groups were absorbed over time.

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  • Dream Gaelach in Éirinn na meánaoise ba ea na Ciannachta. Mhaígh siad gur de shliocht Taidhg mhic Céin iad. Feictear iad ar dtús i bhfoinsí stairiúla den 6ú haois. Bhí a gcuid críoch le fáil anseo is ansiúd ar an oileán, san áireamh Magh Breá agus Oirialla. Slogadh dreamanna Chiannacht de réir a chéile i ríochtaí eile isteach.
  • The Ciannachta were a population group of early historic Ireland. They claimed descent from the legendary figure Tadc mac Céin. Modern research indicates Saint Cianán and his followers may have been the origin behind the tribal name as it is a late construction similar in form to Eóganachta and Connachta. They first appear in historical sources in the 6th century, and were found in several parts of the island, including in Brega and Airgialla. The Ciannachta groups were absorbed over time.
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  • Dream Gaelach in Éirinn na meánaoise ba ea na Ciannachta. Mhaígh siad gur de shliocht Taidhg mhic Céin iad. Feictear iad ar dtús i bhfoinsí stairiúla den 6ú haois. Bhí a gcuid críoch le fáil anseo is ansiúd ar an oileán, san áireamh Magh Breá agus Oirialla. Slogadh dreamanna Chiannacht de réir a chéile i ríochtaí eile isteach.
  • The Ciannachta were a population group of early historic Ireland. They claimed descent from the legendary figure Tadc mac Céin. Modern research indicates Saint Cianán and his followers may have been the origin behind the tribal name as it is a late construction similar in form to Eóganachta and Connachta. They first appear in historical sources in the 6th century, and were found in several parts of the island, including in Brega and Airgialla. The Ciannachta groups were absorbed over time.
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