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The Partraige were a people of early historic Ireland. Several attested branches were found in Ireland, including the following: * Partraige Cera - located at the northern end of Lough Mask (Loch Mask) and the region of Lough Carra (Loch Corrib), County Mayo. * Partraige in Laca - at and around Cong, County Mayo * Partraige in tSlebe - covering the area from Croagh Patrick to Lough Corrib, all of south-west Mayo * Partraige Beca - located at Crossakell, south of Kells, County Meath.

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  • Dream i nÉirinn luathstairiúil ba ea Partraí (Sean-Ghaeilge Partraige. Bhíodh go leor géaga a bhfuil fianaise ann orthu: * Partraí Cheara (Partraige Cera: taobh thuaidh de Loch Measca agus an chuid de Loch Coirib i gContae Mhaigh Eo. * Partraí Locha (Partraige in Laca: thart timpeall Chonga * Partraí an tSléibhe (Partraige in tSlebe: Cruach Phádraig go Loch Coirib * Partraí Beaga (Partraige Beca: suite ag , taobh ó dheas de Ceanannas, Contae na Mí. Tá an t-ainm caomhnaithe sa cheantar Partraí an lae inniu.
  • The Partraige were a people of early historic Ireland. Several attested branches were found in Ireland, including the following: * Partraige Cera - located at the northern end of Lough Mask (Loch Mask) and the region of Lough Carra (Loch Corrib), County Mayo. * Partraige in Laca - at and around Cong, County Mayo * Partraige in tSlebe - covering the area from Croagh Patrick to Lough Corrib, all of south-west Mayo * Partraige Beca - located at Crossakell, south of Kells, County Meath.
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  • Dream i nÉirinn luathstairiúil ba ea Partraí (Sean-Ghaeilge Partraige. Bhíodh go leor géaga a bhfuil fianaise ann orthu: * Partraí Cheara (Partraige Cera: taobh thuaidh de Loch Measca agus an chuid de Loch Coirib i gContae Mhaigh Eo. * Partraí Locha (Partraige in Laca: thart timpeall Chonga * Partraí an tSléibhe (Partraige in tSlebe: Cruach Phádraig go Loch Coirib * Partraí Beaga (Partraige Beca: suite ag , taobh ó dheas de Ceanannas, Contae na Mí. Is amhlaidh gurbh fhorthuatha iad uile, rud a chuireann in úil b'fhéidir gurbh finí níos ársa iad ná na dreamanna níos cumhachtaí le linn na luathmheánaoise. Mhol gur treibh réamhCheilteach a bhí ann sna Partraí. Mhol sé fosta gur ghéag níos deireanaí acu ba ea Fir Umaill, lonnaithe thart ar Chuan Mó (Uí Bhriúin in am trátha. Níos deireanaí sa mheánaois, tháinig géaga Chonnacht na bPartraí faoi smacht na clainne Normannach , a bhfuil 'Dúiche Sheoighe' ainmnithe astu. Tá an t-ainm caomhnaithe sa cheantar Partraí an lae inniu.
  • The Partraige were a people of early historic Ireland. Several attested branches were found in Ireland, including the following: * Partraige Cera - located at the northern end of Lough Mask (Loch Mask) and the region of Lough Carra (Loch Corrib), County Mayo. * Partraige in Laca - at and around Cong, County Mayo * Partraige in tSlebe - covering the area from Croagh Patrick to Lough Corrib, all of south-west Mayo * Partraige Beca - located at Crossakell, south of Kells, County Meath. All appear to have been of fortuatha status, perhaps indicating a more ancient presence in their territories than the more historically prominent groups to whom they were subject in the early mediaeval period. Francis John Byrne has suggested that the Partraige may have been "a remnant of a pre-Celtic population, akin perhaps to the Illyrian tribe commemorated in the Bavarian resort of Garmish-Partenkirchen." He also suggests that the Fir Umaill found in Clew Bay (later the Uí Briúin) probably were a later branch. In the later mediaeval period, the Connacht branches of the Patraige all came under the domination of the Anglo-Norman Joyce family, giving rise to the so-called Joyce Country. They have given their name to the district of Partry.
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