21st January 0001
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the royal agreement on how eire and ulad was ruled for 10 x 7 years = 70 years by the house of ir 730bc to 640bc but here showing the first 6 x 7 = 42 years

from the line of ir house of heber donn are 44 ollamh fodhla father  of 45 cairbre father of 46 labraidh father  of  47 bratha ​father of 48 fionn father of 49 siorlamh father of 50 aigetmar airgetmar airgeatmhar argatmar  

777bc Gaelic Milesian lix  59th monarch eire eightyfifth ard ri na eireann airgetmar Line of ir 50 ir line 41st fourtyfirst generation***********247] 51iii aigetmar airgetmar argeadmar airgeatmhar son of siorlamh son of fionn son of bratha son of labraidh son of cairbre son of ollamh fodhla thirty years he left four sons

thereafter in the kingship after a reign of ruled for 30 years 86 a reckoning of thrice ten bright years  747bc  was submission paid to argatmar they separated from his pure rough fame     did dui ladgar and lugaid      till he was slain and fell at by the hands of duach dui ladrach ladhrach and of lugaid laidech

Badhum badarn badharn  who was father of aodh ruadh the 62nd monarch aed aedh aodh ruad ruadh from tir aedh       

Diomain whose son dithorba became the 63rd monarch   

Fiontan whose son ciombaoth was the 64th monarch   

730bc Gaelic Milesian lxii  62nd monarch eire eightyeight ard ri na eireann aodh ruadh Serving First term of three 1 of 9 43rd fortythird generation**********250] 53iii   aed aedh aodh ruad ruadh from tir aedha son of Badhum badarn badharn son of aigetmar airgetmar airgeatmhar argatmar son of siorlamh son of fionn son of bratha son of labraidh son of cairbre son of ollamh fodhla Badhum who was father of aodh ruadh the 62nd monarch

Aedh ruadh son of badharn after having been seven years in the sovereignity of eire left the sovereignty to dithorba son of deman after having spent the first period himself for their were injunctions upon him to resign it to dithorba at the end of seven years and so in succession to the end of their reigns lives the reason that they made this agreement respecting the sovereignty was because they were the sons of three brothers thus they rotated the monarchy between them each in turn resigning every seven years each of them serving three terms  there were three times seven guarantees between them namely seven druids seven poets seven military leaders or captains  the seven druids to scorch them by incantations emain macha ndruid translated as druids referring to the seven druids that were one third of the surety given for three kings to reign in a revolving kingship for seven years each at a time ndruid translated as druids the seven poets to satirize and denounce them the seven captains to wound and to burn them   if each man of them did not vacate the sovereignty at the end of his seven years and to maintain the evidences of the righteousness of a sovereign namely abundance of fruit every year and no failure of the dye stuffs of every colour and women did not die in childbirth they revolved three revolutions each man of them in the sovereignty that is sixty three years in all 730bc – 66 = 664bc

723bc Gaelic Milesian lxiii  63rd  monarch eire eightyninth ard ri na eireann dithorba  Serving First term of three   2 of 9   43rd fortythird generation***********251] 53iv  dithborba diothorba became the 63rd monarch son of deman diman diomain from usniuch of midhe meath  

Dithorba son of deman after having been seven years in the sovereignity of eire left the sovereignty to cimbaeth son of fiontan after having spent the second period himself for their were injunctions upon him to resign it to cimbaeth at the end of seven years more

716bc Gaelic Milesian lxiv  64th monarch eire ninthieth ard ri na eireann cimbaeth Serving First term of three   3 of 9    43rd fortythird generation***********252] 53v cimbaeth son of fiontan

709bc Gaelic Milesian lxii  62nd monarch eire  eightyeight ard ri na eireann aodh ruadh  Serving second term of three   4 of 9   43rd fortythird generation***********250] 53iii   aed aedh aodh ruad ruadh

Gaelic used to denote the race which has inhabited eire since prehistoric times Scottish gaelic is an offshoot basically the same as ulster gaelic language ancient kingdom of ulster ancient boundaries of ulster in the first century when the deeds of the ulster champion are supposed to take place the province of ulster extended much further in a southward direction than it did after the formation of the kingly province of meath about the middle of the second century and it a mark of great antiquity of the tales that they show no knowledge of meath as a separate province eastern portion of the province known in ancient times as uladh lying east of lough neagh and the river bann Belfast Lurgan newry capital emain macha navan fort a few miles southwest of Armagh narrow strip of country and district immediately southeast of it whole action of story of ulster the province of ulster extended much farther in a southward direction ulster stretched southward to the borders of munster and leinster and included the district of the eastern sea border the present counties of louth and down which formed the tribal lands of cuchulainn the chief hero of the tales his fort or dun was at dun dalgan now Dundalk and his district was called cuailnge and magh muirthemne it was on cuchulainns own ground that the chief incident of the tain took place  line a territory in antrim extending from lough neagh to carrikfergus

the five provinces of the tain do not therefore include meath  meath unknown until middle of the second century the chariot driving rather than riding methods of warfare the series of single hand to hand combats of which every battle was imposed the open air roving life raids and cattle driving armoured war chariots in battle the warriors fighting naked in the heat of conflict the use of hounds as well as horses in warfare commentated upon by Caesar livy poseidonius Strabo diodorus the Sicilian tactius  the gaelic wolfhound breed one of seven gaelic dog breeds ulster in north centre of power eastern uladh emain macha capital before end of 4th century iladh eastern ulster standing alone the foe and haughty antagonist independent and haughty spirit remote epoch romance stories pictorial record race politics religion semi historical period of the kings historical period present day race politics religion difference in nationality    dun da benn near present Coleraine ulster

702bc Gaelic Milesian lxiii  63rd  monarch eire eightyninth ard ri na eireann dithorba  Serving second term of three   5 of 9    43rd fortythird generation***********251] 53iv  dithborba diothorba

695bc Gaelic Milesian lxiv  64th monarch eire  ninthieth ard ri na eireann cimbaeth Serving second term of three   6 of 9    43rd fortythird generation***********252] 53v cimbaeth son of fiontan

688bc to follow the sceal story go to ess ruadh ballyshannon where the erne river flows westwards into the atlantic ocean   

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