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Is é brí b''Thefhéidir triballe hainm na nametreibhe ''OsraigeOs-raige''<ref>[http://dil.ie/34087 meansOsraige], ar eDIL</ref> ná "muintir na n-os", and isna traditionallybhfianna. claimed toDeirtear bede takenréir fromsean-nóis thegur nameainmníodh ofiad theas rulingan dynasty'sbunaitheoir semiluath-legendarystairiúil preréamh-Christian founderChríostaí, [[Óengus Osrithe|Aonghas Osraithe]].<ref>GenealogiesGinealaigh fromas [[Rawlinson B 502]], [[Corpus of Electronic Texts]], ll. 15–16</ref><ref name="maryjones1">{{
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}}</ref> The Osraí were probably either a southern branch of the [[Ulaid]] nó [[Dál Fiatach]],<ref>Byrne, lch. 201</ref> or close kin to their former [[Corcu Loígde|Corca Laidhe]] allies.<ref>Ó Néill, 'Osraige'</ref><ref>Doherty, 'Érainn'</ref> In either case it would appear they should properly be counted among the [[Éarainn]]. The Osraighe themselves claimed to be descended from the Éarainn people, although scholars propose that the Ivernic groups included the Osraige.
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}}</ref> '' The Osraí were probably either a southern branch of the [[Ulaid]] nó [[Dál Fiatach]],<ref>Byrne, lch. 201</ref> or close kin to their former [[Corcu Loígde|Corca Laidhe]] allies.<ref>Ó Néill, 'Osraige'</ref><ref>Doherty, 'Érainn'</ref> In either case, it would appear they should properly be counted among the [[Éarainn]]. The Osraighe themselves claimed to be descended from the Éarainn people, althoughand scholars propose that the Ivernic groups included the Osraige.
 
''[[Tolamaes]] 2nd-century [[Geografaíocht (Tolamaes)|léarscáil]] na hÉireann places a tribe he called the [[Usdiae]] roughly in the same area that the Osraí occupied.<ref>''Ptolemy's map of Ireland: a modern decoding.'' R. Darcy, William Flynn. Irish Geography Iml. 41, Eag. 1, 2008. Léarscáil 1.</ref> The territory indicated by Tolamaes likely included the major late [[Iarannaois]] hill-fort at [[Cnoc Ghráinseach Chúil Phobail]] and a 1st-century Roman burial site at [[Áth Stúin]], both in Contae Chill Chainnigh.<ref name="culturalheritageireland">{{
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''Due to inland water access via the [[an Fheoir]], [[an Bhearú]] agus [[an tSiúir]], the Osraí may have experienced greater intercoursecontact 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]].
 
Roimh theacht na Críostaíochta, is amhlaidh go raibh na hOsraí agus a ngaoil, Corca Laidhe, i gceannas sa Mhumhain sular chuir teacht chun cinn na [[Eoghanachta|nEoghanacht]] ar an imeall dís.<ref>Charles-Edwards, ''Early Christian Ireland'', lch. 541</ref>
 
Ón 5ú haois ar aghaidh go dtí an 12ú, feictear ''[[Dál Birn|Dál Bhirn]]'' (''Dál mBirn'') mar rítheaghlaigh na nOsraí. Ón aimsir sin, bhí na hOsraí faoi tréimhse na Laigean. Measadh roinnt scoláirí gur beagbréag é [[Ō]]-ghinealach na nOsraí, cumtha chun a gcuid cuspóirí a bhaint amach sa Laigin. Dar le [[Francis John Byrne]], téann sé siar b'fhéidir go dtí ré [[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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