An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Mac Ceacht"

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:''For the warrior(s) of the same name in the [[UlsterAn CycleRúraíocht]], see [[Mac Cécht (warrior)Céacht]]''
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:''For the warrior(s) of the same name in the [[Ulster Cycle]], see [[Mac Cécht (warrior)]]''
 
''In [[Irish mythology]], '''Mac Cecht''' ({{IPA-ga|ˈmak ˈcəçt̪ˠ}}) of the [[Tuatha Dé Danann]] was a son of [[Cermait]], son of [[the DagdaDaghdha]]. Mac Cecht's given name was '''Téthur''' and he was named Mac Cecht after his god, Cecht, the [[plough]]share. His wife was [[FodlaFódhla]], one of the three eponymous sister-goddesses of Ireland.
 
''He and his brothers [[Mac Cuill]] and [[Mac Gréine]] killed [[Lugh|Lug]] in revenge for their father. The three brothers became joint [[High King of Ireland|High Kings of Ireland]], rotating the sovereignty between them a year at a time, covering twenty-nine or thirty years depending on the source consulted. They were the last kings of the [[Tuatha Dé Danann]] before the coming of the [[Milesians (Irish)|Milesians]].
 
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beforeroimh=[[Fiacha mac Delbaíth|Fiacha]]|
titleteideal=[[List of High Kings of Ireland|High King of Ireland]]<br>(with [[Mac Cuill]] and [[Mac Gréine]])|
aftertar éis=[[Eber Finn]] and [[Érimón]]|
yearsbliain=[[AnnalsAnnála ofna thegceithre FourMáistrí Masters|AFMACM]] 1730–1700 BC<br>[[Seathrún Céitinn|FFE]] 1317–1287 BC|
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[[Category:Legendary High Kings of Ireland]]
[[Catagóir:Tuatha Dé Danann]]
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