An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Osraige"

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}}</ref> Due to inland water access via the [[an Fheoir]], [[an Bhearú]] agus [[an tSiúir]], the Osraí may have experienced greater intercourse with [[an Bhreatain]] and the continent, and there appears to have been some heightened Roman trading activity in and around the region.<ref name="academia1970">{{
 
}}</ref> ''Due to inland water access via the [[an Fheoir]], [[an Bhearú]] agus [[an tSiúir]], the Osraí may have experienced greater intercourse with [[an Bhreatain]] and the continent, and there appears to have been some heightened Roman trading activity in and around the region.<ref name="academia1970">{{
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}}</ref> Such contact with the Roman world may have precipitated wider exposure and later conversion to [[Críostaíocht|Luath-Chríostaíocht]].
 
''PriorRoimh totheacht thena comingCríostaíochta, ofis Christianityamhlaidh togo Ireland,raibh thena OsraíhOsraí andagus theira relatives thengaoil, Corca Laidhe, appeari togceannas havesa beenMhumhain thesular dominantchuir politicalteacht groupschun incinn Munster, before the rise of thena [[Eoghanachta|nEoghanacht]] marginalizedar an themimeall bothdís.<ref>Charles-Edwards, ''Early Christian Ireland'', lch. 541</ref>
 
''FromÓn the fifthhaois century,ar theaghaidh go dtí an 12ú, namefeictear ''[[Dál Birn|Dál Bhirn]]'' (''Dál mBirn'') appearsmar torítheaghlaigh havena emerged as the name for thenOsraí. ruling lineageÓn ofaimsir Osraísin, andbhí thisna namehOsraí remainedfaoi intréimhse usena through to the twelfth centuryLaigean. From this period, Osraí was within the sphere of the province of Leinster. Measadh Someroinnt scholarsscoláirí believegur thatbeag theé [[Ō]]-ghinealach pedigreena ofnOsraí, thecumtha Osraige ischun a fabrication,gcuid inventedcuspóirí toa helpbhaint themamach achievesa theirLaigin. goals inDar Leinster.le [[Francis John Byrne]], suggeststéann that itsiar may date fromb'fhéidir thego timedtí of [[Cerball mac Dúnlainge|Cearbhall mac Dúnlainge]] sa 9ú haois.<ref>Byrne, lch. 163</ref>
 
===Forghabh Dhéise, Chorca Laidhe agus Críostaíocht (c. 450 – 625)===
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