An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Ríocht Dheasumhan"

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{{Infobox country
|native_name = Deasmhumhain
|conventional_long_name = Kingdom of Desmond
|common_name = Desmond
|year_start = 1118
|year_end = 1596
|life_span =
|date_start =
|date_end =
|event_start =
|event_end =
|p1 = Kingdom of Munster
|flag_p1 = Sword of Nuada.png
|border_p1 = no
|s1 = Kingdom of Carbery
|flag_s1 = MacCarthy.png
|border_s1 = no
|s2 = Earldom of Desmond
|flag_s2 = FitzGerald arms.svg
|border_s2 = no
|s3 = Kingdom of Ireland
|flag_s3 = Arms of Ireland (Historical).svg
|border_s3 = no
|image_flag =
|image_coat = MacCarthy.png
|symbol_type = The ''[[MacMic Cárthaigh]]'' as leaders of the [[EóganachtEoghanacht Chaisil]] provided the kings of Desmond.
|image_map = Ireland 1450.png
|image_map_caption = A map featuring a much reduced Desmond in 1450, marked as MacCarthy Mór.
|todaycapital = [[Cill =Áirne]], [[Loch Léan]] agus [[Cathair {{flag|Ireland}}Saidhbhín]]
|common_languages = [[Middle IrishMeán-Ghaeilge]], [[Irish language|Early Modern IrishNuaGhaeilge]], [[LatinLaidin]]
|national_motto =
|capital religion = [[KillarneyCatholic Christianity]],<br />[[LoughMiotaseolaíocht Leane]]na andnGael|Nósanna [[CahersiveenGaelacha]]
|common_languages = [[Middle Irish]], [[Irish language|Early Modern Irish]], [[Latin]]
|religion = [[Catholic Christianity]]<br />[[Irish mythology|Gaelic tradition]]
|government_type = [[Tanistry]]
|title_leader = [[List of monarchs of Desmond|King / Prince]]
|leader2 = [[Domhnall Mac Cárthaigh]]
|year_leader2 = 1558–1596
|stat_year1 =
|stat_area1 =
|stat_pop1 =
|currency =
|footnotes =
}}
 
'' The '''Kingdom of Desmond''' ({{Irish place name|Deasmhumhain|South [[Munster]]}}) was a historic kingdom in southwestern Ireland. It was founded in 1118 by king Tadhg Mac Cárthaigh, when the [[Cormac Mac Cárthaigh#The Treaty of Glanmire|Treaty of Glanmire]] formally divided the [[Kingdom of Munster]] into Desmond and [[Thomond]] ({{lang|ga|Tuadh-Mhumhain}}, "North Munster"). It comprised all of what is now [[County Cork]] and most of [[County Kerry]]. Desmond was ruled by the [[MacCarthy|Mac Cárthaigh]] (MacCarthy) dynasty. Other clans within the kingdom included the [[O'Sullivan]]s and [[O'Donovan family|O'Donovans]]. Following the [[Norman invasion of Ireland]] in the late 12th century, the eastern half of Desmond was conquered by the Anglo-Normans and became the [[Earl of Desmond|Earldom of Desmond]], ruled by the [[FitzGerald dynasty|FitzGeralds]] and [[Fitzmaurice]]s. The king of Desmond, Diarmaid Mac Cárthaigh, submitted to [[Henry II of England]], but the western half of Desmond lived on as a semi-independent Gaelic kingdom. It was often at war with the Anglo-Normans. [[Fínghin Mac Carthaigh]]'s victory over the Anglo-Normans at the [[Battle of Callann]] (1261) helped preserve Desmond's independence. The kings of Desmond founded sites such as [[Blarney Castle]], [[Ballycarbery Castle]], [[Muckross Abbey]] and [[Kilcrea Friary]]. Following the [[Nine Years' War (Ireland)|Nine Years' War]] of the 1590s, Desmond became part of the [[Kingdom of Ireland]].
Ríocht stairiúil i n-iardheisceart na hÉireann ab ea '''Deasmhumha''' nó Deasmhumhain. Bunaíodh sa bhliain 1118 í ag rí Tadhg Mac Cárthaigh, '' when the [[Cormac Mac Cárthaigh#The Treaty of Glanmire|Treaty of Glanmire]] formally divided [[Ríocht na Mumhan]] into Deasmhumha agus [[Tuadhmhumha]]. It comprised all of what is now [[Contae Chorcaí]] and most of [[Contae Chiarraí]]. Desmond was ruled by the [[Mic Cárthaigh]] dynasty. Other clans within the kingdom included the [[Uí Shuilleabháin]] agus [[Uí Dhonnabháin]].
 
'' The '''Kingdom of Desmond''' ({{Irish place name|Deasmhumhain|South [[Munster]]}}) was a historic kingdom in southwestern Ireland. It was founded in 1118 by king Tadhg Mac Cárthaigh, when the [[Cormac Mac Cárthaigh#The Treaty of Glanmire|Treaty of Glanmire]] formally divided the [[Kingdom of Munster]] into Desmond and [[Thomond]] ({{lang|ga|Tuadh-Mhumhain}}, "North Munster"). It comprised all of what is now [[County Cork]] and most of [[County Kerry]]. Desmond was ruled by the [[MacCarthy|Mac Cárthaigh]] (MacCarthy) dynasty. Other clans within the kingdom included the [[O'Sullivan]]s and [[O'Donovan family|O'Donovans]]. Following the [[Norman invasion of Ireland]] in the late 12th century, the eastern half of Desmond was conquered by the Anglo-Normans and became the [[Earl of Desmond|Earldom of Desmond]], ruled by the [[FitzGerald dynasty|FitzGeralds]] and [[Fitzmaurice]]s. The king of Desmond, Diarmaid Mac Cárthaigh, submitted to [[Henry II of England]], but the western half of Desmond lived on as a semi-independent Gaelic kingdom. It was often at war with the Anglo-Normans. [[Fínghin Mac Carthaigh]]'s victory over the Anglo-Normans at the [[Battle of Callann]] (1261) helped preserve Desmond's independence. The kings of Desmond founded sites such as [[Blarney Castle]], [[Ballycarbery Castle]], [[Muckross Abbey]] and [[Kilcrea Friary]]. Following the [[Nine Years' War (Ireland)|Nine Years' War]] of the 1590s, Desmond became part of the [[KingdomRíocht ofna IrelandhÉireann]].
 
''The kings of Desmond founded sites such as [[Caisleán Blarney]], [[Caisleán Ballycarbery]], [[Muckross Abbey]] agus [[Kilcrea Friary]].
 
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