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Rí [[Cenél Loairn|Chineál Loairn]] agus [[Ríthe Dhál Riada|Rí Dhál Riada]] in iarthar na [[Albain|hAlban]] ba ea ''' Muireadhach mac Ainfhaichilligh ''' ([[Meán-Ghaeilge]] '''Muiredach mac Ainbcellaig''') ón mbliain 733 go dtí 736.
'' '''Muiredach mac Ainbcellaig''' was king of the [[Cenél Loairn]], and of [[Dál Riata]] (modern western [[Scotland]]), from about 733 until 736.
'' He was the son of [[Ainbcellach mac Ferchair|Ainfhaichilleach mac Fearchair]] ba ea a athair. '' His coming to power is reported in 733,<ref>AU 733.2</ref> and is not obviously associated with the death of [[Eochaid mac Echdach|Eochaidh mac Eochach]], king of Dál Riata, in the [[Irishannála annalsÉireann]]. It is not certain who preceded MuiredachMuireadhach as king of the CenélChineál Loairn, but it may have been his cousin [[Dúngal mac Selbaig|Dúngal mac Sealbhaigh]]. Muiredach Muireadhach is one of the kings named in the 11th11ú centuryhaois praise poem, ''[[Duan Albanach]]''.
'' It is likely that his reign ended as a result of his defeat at the hands of the [[PictsCruithnigh]] of [[Fortriu]], led by [[Talorgan mac Fergusa]], brother of [[Óengus I of the Picts|Óengus]], at "Cnoc Cairpri in Calathros at Etarlinde". The battle is recorded by the [[Annála Uladh]], but Muiredach'sMuireadhach death is not.
'' The independent existence of the kingdom of the CenélCineál Loairn, and that of Dál RiataRiada, probably ended in 736, after which time it formed part of the kingdom of the [[Picts]], ruled by [[ÓengusAonghasa I. of the Picts|Óengus mac Fergusa]]. The next king of Dál RiataRiada reported by the Irish annals is [[Áed Find|Aodh Fionn]], of the CenélCineál nGabráinGhabhráin, named in 768. Some Scottish sources, including the ''[[Chronicle of Melrose]]'', have Muiredach'sMuireadhach son [[Eógan mac Muiredaig|EóganEoghan]] as his successor.
'' An entry in the [[AnnalsAnnála of thena FourgCeithre MastersMáistrí]] under the year 771 (corresponding withto about 776&nbsp;AD, but perhaps as late as 778&nbsp;AD since the death of Áed Find appears in the same year) reports Muiredach'sMuireadhach death.
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