An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Uí Bhriúin"

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== NaomhClann PádraigBhriain ==
''According toDeir [[Tíreachán]], gur thug [[Naomh Pádraig]] visitedchúirt thear "hallsárais ofmhic theBhriain sons of Brión" atag ''Duma Selchae'' (locatedsuite bydar le [[John O'Donovan in(scoláire)|John O'Donovan]] ar ''Mag nAí'', or alternativelydar byle Roderic O'Flaherty neardar de [[Loch Cime]]), ''but does not give their names. An equivalent passage in the [[Vita Tripartita Sancti Patricii]], possibly of 9ú-haois origin, names six sons. Later sources give Brión twenty-four páistí, providing bréag ghinealaigh do treibheanna newly faoi smacht, amhail [[Umall|Uí Bhriúin Umhaill]], Uí Bhriúin Ratha agus Uí Bhriúin Sionna."<ref>Anne Connon, "Uí Briúin" in ''Medieval Ireland: An Encyclopedia'', lch. 485.</ref>
:''"A series of later sources dating from the eleventh century onward, meanwhile, enumerates Brion's progeny as no less than twenty-four. No doubt the increasing power of the Uí Briúin was responsible for this dramatic swelling of the ranks, as tribes and dynasties newly coming under Uí Briúin sway were furnished with ancestries that would link them genealogically to their overlords. Into this category fall the Uí Briúin Umaill and likely also the Uí Briúin Ratha and Uí Briúin Sinna."<ref>Anne Connon, "Uí Briúin" in ''Medieval Ireland: An Encyclopedia'', lch. 485.</ref>
 
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