*37.Eremon the 1st joint King of Erinn to *59.UghaineMor the 66th King of Erinn
36.Mil/ Gollamh, (warrior) Milesius - derived from the Latin - Milidh for warrior, was to have a name change in Ireland as prescribed by the Gaelic Irish monks who later wrote down the Gaelic Irish History and Genealogy in Latin in what was then the universal language of the time, as his original name was 36.Gollamh in Gaelic ,which also meant warrior. He was descended directly on the male line from 16.Gael Glas the most important direct male line ancestor of all the Gaelic Celts in relation to Ireland. 36.Mil / 36.Gollamh had been the Scythian Gaelic Celtic Hero of Spain on the Continent and the 3rd Gaelic King of Castile & Portugal. The 7th son and youngest of his 9 sons was *37.Eremon who was to become the direct male line ancestor of the Gaelic Milesian (hEremonian) Heremonian Septs / Family branches in Ireland, whose mother was Scota / Scotia ancestress of the Scottii, who had been the daughter of Nectanebus the Pharaoh of Egypt. Along with 2 of his 9 brothers, *37.Eber Fionn - of Fair Complexion who was to become the direct male line ancestor of the Gaelic Milesian (hEberian) Heberian Septs in Ireland, and 37.Ir, the direct male line ancestor of the Gaelic Milesian Irian Septs in Ireland, they were to be the direct male line aristocratic warrior ancestors of all of the Scythian Celtic Gaelic Milesian aristocratic warrior Septs / Family branches in Erie / Erinn / Ireland. Their second cousin, 36.Lewy / Lughaidh, the son of 35.Ithe and uncle of 36.Mil, would become the direct male line Gaelic ancestor of the aristocratic warrior Ithians in Southern Munster especially Co.Cork.
In 1699 BC *37. Eremon first jointly ruled Ireland, with his older brother, *36.Eber Fionn, and his allotted territory was in the north in the Midland / Midhe / Meath / Northern Leinster in what became Eremon's Half, with his older brother, *37.Eber Fionn whose territory was in the south in what is now Southern Leinster and the Munster Province in what was then Eber's Half until *37.Eber Fionn was slain at the Battle of Geishill. Within a year of them arriving in Erinn they came into conflict instigated by their wives over who should control the best Glens (valleys) in Ireland for their cattle / beeves,
1698 BC *37.Eremon then became the first outright Celtic Gaelic Milesian Heremonian King of Erie / Erinn and was to rule in his own right for 14 years until his death. The River Liffey was named after his horse Gabhar Liffe who was killed near there during one of the battles with the Tuatha de Danann.
During his rule a Sept of Scythian Cruithin / Cruithneaigh / Cruthnean / Picts / Painted People arrived into Ireland from Thrace under the leadership of Cathluan who desired to settle in Ireland, but instead *37.Eremon convinced him to continue on over to Alba / Scottish Highlands, and also supplied him with Gaelic warriors to ensure there success there. Cathluan was then to become the first of the Scythian Picts of the 69 Cruithin Kings who would rule there in Alba / Caledonia. Also as they had no women with them, *37.Eremon gave the Cruithin the widows of those warriors who had died in the conflicts between the Gaels and the Tuatha de Danann and imposed 2 conditions on them. Firstly they would have to to pay tribute to the Gaelic Kings in Ireland, and also choose their future Cruithin Kings from the female line. Later on colonies of the Cruithin in Alba would re - settle nearby in Ireland in the Ulster Province in Co. Antrim, Co. Down and Co. Derry.
*38.Muimne one of the sons of *37.Eremon was to be interred at Cruachan / Little Hill after his demise as the Heremonian 3rd King of Erinn, at what was to become the Fort of Cruachan (Rath Croghan) near Elphin in Co. Roscommon in the east of Sreng's Fifth in the far west of Ireland and the capital and residence early on of what was to eventually become known as the Connacht Province, This location was to then become the main fortress of the ancient Heremonian Kings of Connacht where they made laws and inaugurated their Kings. His other sons who had jointly reigned with *38.Muimne for 3 years were *38.Luighne the 4th King of Erinn and *38.Laighean the 5th King of Erinn and two of these sons were to be killed in the Battle of Ard Lathran by *37.Eber Fionn's 4 sons in revenge for the previous death of their father, and in turn after a joint short reign they too were also to be killed in battle by *37.Eremon's surviving younger son who was to be the one who would carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward;
*38.Trial / Eurialus aka *38.Irial Faidh - the Prophet became the Heremonian 10th King of Erinn, who was recorded as being a very learned person capable of foretelling the future, and when he died after ruling for 10 years he was buried at Magh Muagh. During his reign he built the 7 Royal fortresses of Rath Ciombaoigh, Rath Coincheada, Rath Mothuig, Rath Buirioch, Rath Luachat, Rath Croicne and Rath Boachoill, and saw to the clearing of a great part of Ireland's forests. He was to be successful in 4 major battles, while also ending any further resistance from the remaining Tuatha De Danann Septs, with one of these battles occurring at the Height of Inmath / Ard Inmath at Teabtha / Teffia in Co. Longford in the north - west of Northern Leinster where he defeated and killed Stirne the son of Dubh, the son of Fomhar. another was at Teanmhuighe where he defeated the Hamitic Fomorians who were descended from 11.Ham, and where their leader Eichtghe was also slain, while another was at Loch Muighe were he defeated Lugrot the son of Mogh Feibhis, who was also slain. In the fourth battle at Cuill Nmartho he had been able to defeat the 4 sons of *37.Eber Fionn, and when he died in the second year after this battle he was interred at Magh Muagh. *38.Irial Faidh's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
1650 BC *39.Eithrial / Ethriall / Eitreol who became the Heremonian 11th King of Erinn, who was recorded as having written in his own hand the history of the Gaels / Gadelians and cleared 7 large areas of woods and improved agriculture in Ireland. He was to rule Erinn for 20 years in his own right until he was to be killed in the Battle of Soirrean in the Leinster Province, by *38.Con Maol, who then became the Heberian 12th King of Erinn, who was a son of *37.Eber Fionn. *39.Eithrial only left behind one son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward;
40.Foll Aich / Follach who was denied any chance of obtaining the Heremonian Kingship of Erinn by *38.Con Maol the Heberian 12th King of Erin, and it was then to be up to his son;
1543 BC November 1st: *41.Tiernmas / Tigernmas / Tighearnmhas who had become the Heremonian 13th King of Erinn who managed to rule for 50 / 77 years, during which time he won all of the 27 battles against the Heberian Septs descended from 37.Eber Fionn and died this year along with 2.3rds of the population in Ireland. *41.Tigernmas was the one who initially set up and worshipped the Celtic god, Crom Cruaich / Crooked Heap on the plain of Magh Sleacht / Fenagh in the Barony of Mohill in Co. Leitrim in the north east of what was then Sreng's Fifth now known as the Connacht Province. It would continue to be there up until St. Patrick was to demolish it in the 5th Century AD. It was also recorded that 2/3rds of the population in Ireland died at this time due to some mysterious illness at Magh Sleacht (The Field of Adoration) there in Co. Leitrim where the idol of Crom Cruaich was actually located. He also introduced gold mining near the River Liffey in Ireland and the wearing of the original 6 / 7 different types of Gaelic plaid colours to show their aristocratic rank, which may have evolved into the Gaelic tartans. One for a slave, two for general use, three for a warrior or young lord, four for the Brughaid - public providers, five for the Chief of a Tuath or Cantred, six for a Chief Professor of the Arts or King or Queen. *41.Tigernmas died at Magh Sleacht while he was adoring the sun god / Macroom. His son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
42.Enboath/ Eanbhoth the Heremonian Tanaiste / Prince who divided the kingdom of Erinn into 2 parts by a line running from Drogheda in Co. Louth in the north - east of Northern Leinster situated above Dublin in Southern Leinster down to Limerick in the mid - north - west of the Munster Province on the eastern side of the River Shannon. 42.Enboath's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
43.Smiomghall who made the Scythian Celtic Gaelic Cruithin Picts in Alba (Scottish Highlands) abide by their original oath to *37.Eremon his initial male line ancestor in Ireland, and had them continue to pay homage to the Celtic Gaelic Milesian King of Erinn, and was also instrumental in clearing 7 more woodlands in Ireland. 43.Smiomghall's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
1488 BC *44.Fiacha / Fiachaidh Labhrainn / Labhrainne who had become the Heremonian 18th King of Erinn after killing *39.Eochy / Eochaidh Faobharglas the Heberian 17th King of Erinn descended from *37.Heber Fionn at the Battle of Carman, and then bring all of Alba / Scottish Highlands to his subjection, as during his rule the Scythian Celtic Cruthin Gaelic Picts in Alba / Scottish Highlands were to be further subjected by his son *45.Angus / Oengus Olmucach. *44.Fiacha Labhrainn was killed this year at the Battle of Bealgadain after ruling in his own right for 24 years, by *Eochy / Eochaidh Mumho who became the Heberian 19th King of Tara / Ireland. a son of Moefeibhis descended from *37.Eber Fionn. During the reign of *44.Fiacha Labhrainn the Tubber Labhrainn stream began to flow, and his son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
1409 BC *45.Angus Olmucach / Olmucaidh - of the Great Swine was the Heremonian 20th King of Erinn who ruled for 18 years and was known for breeding bigger pigs then anyone else in Erinn. He was also able to further secure the tribute of the Scythian Celtic Cruthin Gaelic Picts in Alba / Scottish Highlands, who were by now once again refusing to be subject to the tribute imposed nearly 280 years before by his male line direct ancestor *37.Eremon, after he went personally into Alba and fought 30 battles there. He was also involved in the Battle of Claire, the Battle of Moigen Cgiath in Sreng's Fifth / Connacht Province and the Battle of Glaise Fraochain where Frachain Faiah was slain. *40.Enda / Enna / Euinius Airgtheach became the Heberian 21st King of Erinn, who was descended from 37.Eber Fionn, after he slew *45.Angus Olmucach during this year in the Battle of Carman, and *45.Angus Olmucach's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
46.Main / Maon who was then also kept from the Kingship of Erinn, by *40.Enda Airgtheach whose rule in Ireland created a settled kingdom and Ireland was advanced in the arts and civilization, with silver shields given to those warriors who were outstanding in battle. 46.Main's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
1357 BC (A.M.3025) *47.Rotheachtach / Rogheachach who became the Heremonian 22nd King of Erinn who had ruled for 25 years until he was slain this year in the Battle of Rath Cruachan by 42.Sedne / Seadhna / Sednius from the Gaelic Milesian Irian Sept descended from 37.Ir. the brother to *37.Heremon and *37.Eber Fionn, who was the direct male line ancestor of the Irian Septs. Four - horse chariots and silver shields were used during his rule. *47.Rotheachtach's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
48.Dein / Dian / Deman who was also denied the Kingship of Erinn by *42.Sedne, who had become the first from the Irian Sept to become the Irian 23rd King of Erinn, Gold - necklaces were first worn by the nobles around their necks during this period and golden helmets were given to brave warriors. *48.Dein's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward ion the future was *49.Siorna Saoghalach - of the Long Life who was to then become the Heremonian 34th King of Erinn,
1317 BC *43.Eochy / *43.Ollamh Fodhla became the Gaelic Milesian Irian 27th King of Erinn, who was a son of 43.Fiacha Fionn Scothach descended from 37.Ir, (Irians) and he ruled for 40 years as an outstanding statesman who improved science and government with enlightened policies. He instituted an Assembly / Oenach at Tara similar to modern parliaments, which met every 3 years and the poet - historians from all the Provinces related all that had occurred between these Assemblies. All of the Gaelic Milesian Family genealogies were carefully examined, corrected and placed in the national records kept at Tara. They were important, as inheritance to the Family territories depended on the correct genealogy and he ordered they be written and preserved at Tara and they were added to after each Assembly. (Later on in the 3rd Century AD in the reign of *85.Cormac mac Airt the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn first Christian 115th King of Tara / Ireland, this book was known as The Psalter of Tara aka The Book of the King.
1030 BC *49.Siorna Saoghalach - of the Long Life who was the Heremonian 34th King of Erinn, and a son of *48.Dein had ruled for 21 years until he was slain this year in the Battle of Ailin by *51.Rotheachta / Rotheachtach 11 who regained the Kingship of Erinn for the Heberian Sept becoming the 35th King of Erinn, *49.Siorna Saoghalach's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
50.Ailill Aolcheoin / Oilioll Olchaoin whose son, who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
1013 BC *51.Giallchadh / Giallchadh who killed *52.Eiliomh Ollfhionach / *52.Felim / Feidhlimidh the Heberian 36th King of Erinn and became the Heremonian 37th King of Tara / Erinn who was to rule for 9 years, until he was slain in the Battle of Moighe / Magh Muadh by *53.Art Imleach who became the Heberian 38th King of Erinn. *51.Giallchadh's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
*52,Nuadhas / Nuadha Fionn Fail - the Fortunate One who became the Heremonian 39th King of Erinn who was to rule for 21 / 40 years. after he slew *53.Art Imleach who had been the Heberian 38th King of Erinn for the previous 12 years.
961 BC *52.Nuadha Fionn Fail - the Fortunate One the Heremonian 39th King of Erinn was slain this year by his successor *54.Breas / Breisrigh Rioghacta / Riochthta who became the Heberian 40th King of Erinn, a son of 53.Art Imleach. *52.Nuadha Fionn Fail's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
*53.Aedan / Aodhan Glas (During his time pirates besieged the coast of Ireland, and a plague / apthach broke out once again and killed off most of the population of Ireland). His son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
903 BC *54.Simeon Breac, had become the Heremonian 44th King of Erinn after he had his predecessor Sednius 11 / Sedneus the Heberian 43rd King of Erinn horribly put to death by having his limbs drawn asunder by wild horses, and he was then to rule for 6 years until he was killed in the same manner by order of 56.Duach Fionn the son of his predecessor who had him torn asunder this year also just as he had done to his father. *54.Simeon Breac's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
892 BC *55.Murray Bolgrach / Muireadhach Bolgach who was the Heremonian 46th King of Erinn who had ruled for 1 / 4 years until he was killed this year by *57.Enda / Eadhna Dearg who became the Heberian 47th King of Erinn, who was a son of 56.Duach Fionn, *55.Murray Bolgrach was to be the father of *56.Fiacha Tolgrach, and *56.Duach Teamhrach who was to be the father of 2 future Heremonian Kings, *57.Eochy / Eochaidh Framhuine who was to become the 51st King of Erinn and *57.Conaing / Conang Beageaglach / Baeg -saglach who was to become the 53rd King of Erinn. *55.Murray Bolgrach's son who would carry the Kingship forward on this occasion was;
795 BC *56.Fiacha / Fiachaidh Tolgrach who became the Heremonian 55th King of Erinn and ruled for 5 / 10 years until slain in the Battle of Borin this year by *62.Ailill / Oilioll Fionn who became the Heberian 56th King of Erinn. *56.Fiacha Tolgrach's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
737 BC *57.Duach Ladhrach / Ladhghrach - Quick to Justice was the Heremonian 59th King of Erinn who ruled for 10 years until he was slain this year by *63.Lewy / Lughaidh Laighe the son of *62.Oilill Fionn who became the Heberian 60th King of Erinn. *57.Duach Ladhrach's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
58.Eochy / Eochaidh Buadhach - the Victorious Ruler of Aileach who was denied the Kingship of Erinn by 63.Lewy / Lughaidh Laighe the son of 62.Ailill Fionn, descended from 37.Eber Fionn. (Two Plagues where to occur once again in Ireland during his lifetime). 58.Eochy Buadhach's son who was to carry the Heremonian aristocratic male line forward was;
633 BC *59.Ughaine Mor / Hugoney - the Great, who was to become the Heremonian 66th King of Erinn and rule for 40 years over the main aristocratic warrior Heremonian Sept / Family branch, who also became known as the King of all the Islands of Western Europe. (He was also a contemporary of Alexander the Great.) During his time he was to sail with a fleet into the Mediterranean and also land forces in Africa and lay siege to Sicily and go into Gaul, and in a Celtic alliance with the Carthaginians under Hannibal he was also to campaign against the Romans in Spain and Italy. He was t marry Cessair the daughter of the King of the Gauls who were his Celtic kinsmen and they produced 22 sons and 3 daughters, who individually created constant havoc, along with their followers, throughout Ireland, and to end their disruptions he was to decide to divide Ireland up into into 25 individual kingdoms to try and stop them from encroaching on each other's territories. Taxes were to be collected on these divisions for the next 300 years. Despite the great number of sons he left behind only 2, *60.Leary / Laoghaire Lorc and *60.Coffey / Cobhthaigh / Caobthach Cael Breagh / Coel Broeg - of Brega were to leave any future standout aristocratic warrior issue.
593 BC *59.Badhbhchadh, a brother of *59.Ughaine Mor, slew him and made himself the 67th King of Erinn for 3 hours only when the eldest son of *59.Ughaine Mor, *60.Leary / Laoghaire (who by this deed gained the epithet of Lorc - the Murderer) seeking revenge for his father's death, slew him also, and he was then to become the rightful Heremonian 68th King of Erinn. He then also became the direct male line ancestor of 2 main aristocratic warrior Septs, the Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb Kings of Leinster, and the Ui Laoghaire Ui Connla Kings of Ossory / Co. Kilkenny in the south - west of Southern Leinster. *59.Ughaine Mor was interred at Cruachan in Sreng's Fifth / Connacht Province along with the many previous Gaelic Milesian Kings. *60.Leary / Laoghaire Lorc would within 2 years also be slain by his own envious brother;
*60.Coffey / Cobthach Caol Bhreagh - the Slender of Breagh in Midhe / Meath / Northern Leinster who was the second eldest son of *59.Ughaine Mor the previous 66th King of Erinn was to kill his eldest brother, *60.Leary / Laoghaire Lorc the 68th King of Erinn to gain the overall Kingship of Erinn for himself. To fortify his position he also slew his brother's eldest son and heir apparent (Tanaiste), 61.Ailill / Oilioll Aine the King of Leinster and was to become the Heremonian 69th King of Erinn for 50 years. His deceased older brother, *60.Leary / Laoghaire Lorc was to become the direct male line ancestor of the Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb Kings and the Ui Laoghaire Ui Connla Kings and their Septs in the Leinster Province.
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