An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Ríocht Dheasumhan"

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Ríocht stairiúil i n-iardheisceart na hÉireann ab ea '''Deasmhumha''' nó Deasmhumhain. Bunaíodh sa bhliain 1118 í ag rí Tadhg Mac Cárthaigh, ''nuair whena theroinneadh [[Cormac Mac Cárthaigh#The Treaty of Glanmire|Treaty of Glanmire]] formallygo dividedhoifigiúil [[Ríocht na Mumhan]] intoi DeasmhumhanDeasmhumhain agus [[TuadhmhumhaTuadmhumhain]]. le It[[Conradh comprisedGhleann all ofMaghair]]. what isBhí nowinti [[Contae Chorcaí]] andagus mostformhór ofde [[Contae Chiarraí|Chontae Chiarraí]]. DesmondFaoi was ruled by thecheannas [[Mic CárthaighCarthaigh]] dynasty.a bhí sí, agus Otheri clansmeasc withinclann theeile kingdomsa includedríocht, thebhí [[Uí Shuilleabháin]] agus [[Uí Dhonnabháin]].
 
''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. Following the [[Nine Years' War (Ireland)|Nine Years' War]] of the 1590s, Desmond became part of the [[Ríocht na hÉireann]].