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''Rítheaghlach na [[Connachta|gConnacht]] ba ea The '''Uí BriúinBhriúin''' were a royal dynasty ofBhriain ([[ConnachtSean-Ghaeilge]] '''Uí Briúin'''). Their [[:wikt:eponymBrión mac Echach Muigmedóin|eponymBrión]]ous [[apicalba ancestor]]ea wasa [[Brionshinsear eapainmneach. (Irish)|Brión]], son of [[Eochaid Mugmedon]] andagus [[Mongfind]] ba ea a thuistí, andagus an elder half brother of [[Níall Noígíallach|Niall ofNaoighiallach]] thea Nineleasdeartháir Hostages]]níos óige. '' They formed part of the [[Connachta]], along with the [[Uí Fiachrach]] and [[Uí Ailello]], putative descendants of Eochaid Mugmedon's sons [[Fiachrae|Fiachra]] and [[Ailill_mac_Echach_Mugmedóin|Ailill]]. The Uí AilelloAilealla were later replaced as the third of the Three Connachta, by genealogical sleight of hand, byag theclann [[Uí Mhaine]].
 
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''Connacht was ruled in early times by the Uí Fiachrach,. the The Uí Briúin only becoming the dominant force in Connacht in the 7th and 8th centuries.
 
''The Uí Briúin divided into multiple septs, the three major ones being:
* The Bhriúin Aoi ('''Uí Briúin Aí'''), named for the region they controlled — Mag nAí, the lands around the ancient centre of Connacht, [[Cruachan, Ireland|Cruachan]] in modern [[County Roscommon]]. Major divisions of the Uí Briúin Ai were the [[Síol MuireadaighMuireadhaigh]], from whom the many high medieval dynasties of [[Ó ConchubhairChonchubhair]] (O'Connors), as well as the [[MacDermotMhic Dhiarmada]]s, were descended, and the Síl[[Síol CathailChathail]].
* The '''Uí BriúinBhriúin Bréifne'''Bhréifne, whose high medieval kingdom of [[Bréifne]] lay in modern [[County Cavan]] and [[County Leitrim]]. The [[Ó Raghallaigh]] (O'Reillys) and [[Ó Ruairc]] (O'Rourkes) dynasties were among the septs of the Uí Briúin Bréifne. Other septs included MágMag Tighearnán (McKiernan) and MágMag Samhradháin (McGovern).
* The '''BriúinBhriúin Seóla'''Seola, who were centred on [[Maigh SeólaSeola]] in modern [[County Galway]]. The [[Ó Flaithbheartaigh]] kings of [[Iar Connacht]] and their kin, the [[Clann CosgraighChosgraigh]], belong to this branch.
 
''The Uí Briúin kings of Connacht were drawn exclusively from these three branches.