An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Colmán mac Baotáin"

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''[[Ard-Rí na hÉireann]] de réir roinnt ríliostaí ba ea '''Colmán RímidMac Baotáin''' (or[[Sean-Ghaeilge]] '''Colmán mac Báetáin'''), (básaitheanta [[604fosta inmar Ireland|604]])Colmán wasRíomhaí an(''Colmán Rímid''<ref>[[Ard-Ríhttp://dil.ie/35311 na2 hÉireann]rímid], whoríomhaí, isríomhaire, includedáiritheoir</ref>) in(bás some lists[[604]]). Ball Colmánde was[[Cineál theEoghain|Chineál son ofEoghain]] [[Báetán mac Muirchertaig]] (bás 572), alsoa consideredmheastar tofreisin begurbh a highArd-Rí kingé, andba belongedea toa the [[Cineál Eoghain]] branch of the northern [[Uí Néill]]athair.<ref>T.M. Charles-Edwards, ''Early Christian Ireland'', Aguisín V</ref> '' He ruled in Ailech from 578 to 602<ref>He is given a reign of 24 years in the ''Laud Synchronisms</ref> His leasainm meant "the counter".
The high kingship of Ireland rotated between the cenél neógain and [[Cenél Conaill]] branches in the late 6th century.<ref>Charles-Edwards, ll. 494-495</ref> He is said to have shared the High Kingship with [[Áed Sláine|Aodh Sláine]]. The accession of Colmán and Aodh to the high kingship is recorded in the annals in 598<ref>[[Annála Uladh]], AU 598.5</ref><ref>[[Annála Tiarnaigh]], AT 596.3</ref> They are also listed as kings in the king lists.<ref> given reigns of 6 years in ''Laud Synchronisms'', 7 years in ''Book of Leinster''</ref> They are however omitted from the earliest king list, the ''[[Baile Chuind]]'', a late 7th-century Irish poem. [[Fiachnae mac Báetáin|Fiachna mac Baotáin]] of Ulaid may have been effectively king.<ref>Charles-Edwards, ll. 499-500</ref>