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===DownfallTreascairt ofna the Realmríochta===
''The Kingdom of Airgíalla came to an end in 1585 when [[Rossa Buí Mac Mathúna]] agreed to [[Géilleadh agus Athbhronnadh]] his territories to the [[English Crown in Ireland]]. His territory become [[Contae Mhuineacháin]] in the Tudor [[Ríocht na hÉireann]].
[[File:John Perrot.png|thumb|right|Rossa Buidhe surrendered Airgíalla to Lord Deputy, [[John Perrot]].]]
The Kingdom of Airgíalla came to an end in 1585 when [[Rossa Boy MacMahon]] agreed to [[surrender and regrant]] his territories to the [[English Crown in Ireland]], with his territory becoming [[County Monaghan]] in the Tudor [[Kingdom of Ireland]]. Rossa Buidhe had ascended to the Airgíalla kingship in 1579 and found himself geopolitically in an undesirable position; wedged between an expanding Tudor kingdom and [[Tír Eoghain]] under the [[O'Neill]]. Initially, Rossa Boy made moves which suggested an alliance with Tír Eoghain, as he married the daughter of [[Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone]]. However, evidently hoping to be left alone to run affairs locally, while pledging allegiance to a distant monarch in [[Elizabeth I]], the MacMahon met with [[John Perrot]], then [[Lord Deputy of Ireland]] (according to some, a natural son of Tudor monarch [[Henry VIII]]) and agreed to join their Kingdom of Ireland.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.mcmahonsofmonaghan.org/the_fall_of_the_macmahons.html|publisher=Jim McMahon|title=The Fall of the MacMahons and the End of Oriel|date=21 July 2015}}</ref> Airgíalla, now known as Monaghan, was divided into five baronies under native [[Gaels|Gaelic]] chiefs, mostly from the MacMahon themselves.
 
The Kingdom of Airgíalla came to an end in 1585 when [[Rossa Boy MacMahon]] agreed to [[surrender and regrant]] his territories to the [[English Crown in Ireland]], with his territory becoming [[County Monaghan]] in the Tudor [[Kingdom of Ireland]]. ''Rossa Buidhe had ascended to the Airgíalla kingship in 1579 and found himself geopolitically in an undesirable position; wedged between an expanding Tudor kingdom and [[Tír Eoghain]] under the [[O'NeillUí Néill]]. Initially, Rossa BoyBuí made moves which suggested an alliance with Tír Eoghain, as he married the daughter of [[HughAodh O'NeillÓ Néill, EarlIarla ofThír TyroneEoghain]]. However, evidently hoping to be left alone to run affairs locally, while pledging allegiance to a distant monarch in [[Elizabeth I]], the MacMahon met with [[John Perrot]], then [[Lord Deputy of Ireland]] (according to some, a natural son of Tudor monarch [[Henry VIII]]) and agreed to join their Kingdom of Ireland.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.mcmahonsofmonaghan.org/the_fall_of_the_macmahons.html|publisher=Jim McMahon|title=The Fall of the MacMahons and the End of Oriel|date=21 July 2015}}</ref> Airgíalla, now known as Monaghan, was divided into five baronies under native [[Gaels|Gaelic]] chiefs, mostly from the MacMahon themselves.
This was not the end of the matter, however. Fearing the encroachment of the English, moving in closer and closer to his own territories, Hugh O'Neill turned to [[Brian Mac Hugh Og MacMahon]] of [[Dartree]] and married off another daughter to him. Brian Mac Hugh Og was then the ''[[tanist]]'' to the chieftainship of his people according to the native [[Brehon laws]] and O'Neill was hoping to bring the "phantom" Airgíalla realm back into his camp on the death of Rossa Buidhe through this pact. For his part, Ross Buidhe was trying to engineer a pro-English succession through his brother [[Hugh Roe MacMahon]]. When the new Lord Deputy, [[William FitzWilliam (Lord Deputy)|William FitzWilliam]] began to pressure the acceptance of an English [[High Sheriff of Monaghan]], O'Neill used his influence to exact opposition to it from clansmen in Monaghan (the same policy was promoted in Leitrim, Fermanagh and Donegal to encircle Tyrone). As a consequence, a military force led by [[Henry Bagenal]] was sent into the county in early 1589 to impose the sheriff and by the summer of that year, Rossa Boy was dead.
cite web |
url = http://www.mcmahonsofmonaghan.org/the_fall_of_the_macmahons.html |
publisher = Jim McMahon |
teideal = The Fall of the MacMahons and the End of Oriel |
date = 21 July 2015
}}</ref> Airgíalla, now known as Monaghan, was divided into five baronies under native [[Gaeil|Gaelic]] chiefs, mostly from the Mac Mathúna themselves.
 
[[FileÍomhá:John Perrot.png|thumbmion|rightdeis|Rossa BuidheBuí, ''who surrendered Airgíalla to Lord Deputy, [[John Perrot]].]]
 
''This was not the end of the matter, however. Fearing the encroachment of the English, moving in closer and closer to his own territories, Hugh O'Neill turned to [[Brian Mac HughAodha Óig OgMhic MacMahonMhathúna]] of [[DartreeDairtre]] and married off another daughter to him. Brian Mac Hugh Og was then the ''[[tanist]]'' to the chieftainship of his people according to the native [[BrehonAn lawsFéineachas]] and O'NeillÓ Néill was hoping to bring the "phantom" Airgíalla realm back into his camp on the death of Rossa BuidheBuí. through this pact. For his part, RossRossa BuidheBuí was trying to engineer a pro-English succession through his brother [[HughAodh RoeRua Mac MacMahonMathúna]]. When the new Lord Deputy, [[William FitzWilliam (Lord Deputy)|William FitzWilliam]] began to pressure the acceptance of an English [[High Sheriff of Monaghan]], O'NeillÓ Néill used his influence to exactincite opposition to it from clansmen in Monaghan (the same policy was promoted in Leitrim, Fermanagh and Donegal to encircle Tyrone). As a consequence, a military force led by [[Henry Bagenal]] was sent into the county in early 1589 to impose the sheriff and by the summer of that year, Rossa BoyBuí was dead.
 
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