Arailt

Arailt m
Scottish Gaelic form of HAROLD (SEE Harold).

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  • Maccus mac Arailt — (m. 984 ó 987) o Maccus Haraldsson fue un caudillo hiberno nórdico que reinó Mann junto a su hermano Gofraid, ambos guerreros vikingos muy activos en el Mar de Irlanda en la década de 970 y 980. El nombre Maccus es erróneamente confundido con el… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Gofraid mac Arailt — Gofraid mac Arailt, (nórdico antiguo: Guðrøðr Haraldsson) (m. 989), fue un caudillo hiberno nórdico que reinó como monarca de Mann (Godred II) junto a su hermano Maccus, ambos guerreros vikingos muy activos en el Mar de Irlanda en la década de… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Maccus mac Arailt — (died 984x987?) or Maccus Haraldsson was a Scandinavian or Norse Gael king. He and his brother Gofraid were active in the lands around the Irish Sea in the 970s and 980s. Maccus s name is sometimes incorrectly given as Magnus; it is instead a… …   Wikipedia

  • Gofraid mac Arailt — (died 989), in Old Norse Guðrøðr Haraldsson, was a Scandinavian or Norse Gael king. He and his brother Maccus were active in the lands around the Irish Sea in the 970s and 980s.OriginsGofraid and Maccus are usually assumed to be members of the Uí …   Wikipedia

  • Ó hArailt — in a Gaelic type. Gender Masculine Language(s) Irish …   Wikipedia

  • Kingdom of the Isles — Location of the Kingdom of Mann and the Isles in the twelfth century The Kingdom of the Isles comprised the Hebrides, the islands of the Firth of Clyde and the Isle of Man from the 9th to the 13th centuries AD. The islands were known to the Norse …   Wikipedia

  • Ivar de Limerick — (m. 977) (también Ímar Luimnich; Ímar ua Ímair; Ímar Ua hÍmair; Ard Rí Gall Muman ocus Gáedel; Íomhar Mór), fue el último caudillo hiberno nórdico y monarca vikingo del reino de Limerick, Irlanda y penúltimo rey de los extranjeros de Munster,… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Amlaíb Cuarán — A coin minted at York in the early 940s, the obverse (right) face shows a triquetra and the legend ANLAF CVNVNCC (King Anlaf, the Old English form of Amlaíb /Óláfr), the reverse (left) face shows a banner, perhaps the Raven banner and the name of …   Wikipedia

  • Murchad mac Diarmata — For the Clann Cholmáin king of Uisnech, see Murchad Midi. Murchad mac Diarmata (died 1070) was a King of Leinster and Dublin. He was a member of Leinster s Uí Cheinnselaig dynasty. Murchad was survived by his father Diarmait mac Maíl na mBó (died …   Wikipedia

  • Diarmait mac Maíl na mBó — King of Leinster, King of Ireland with opposition Died 7 February 1072 Place of death Odba (near Navan, County Meath) Predecessor Murchad mac Dúnlainge …   Wikipedia

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