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}}</ref> '' TheBhí Osraína werehOsraí probablyis eitherdóigh aina southernghéag branchdeisceartach of thena [[Ulaid|nUlad]] nó an [[Dál Fiatach|Dáil Fiataigh]],<ref>Byrne, lch. 201</ref> oré closesin kin todhlúthghaoil theira formern-iar-comhghuaillithe, [[Corcu Loígde|Corca Laidhe]] allies.<ref>Ó Néill, 'Osraige'</ref><ref>Doherty, 'Érainn'</ref> InI eitherngach casecás, itis wouldamhlaidh appear they should properly be counted among thegurbh [[Éarainn]] iad. TheMhaígh Osraighena themselveshOsraí claimedféin to be descended from the Éarainnamhlaidh, andagus scholarsaontaíonn proposescoláirí thata the Ivernic groups included the Osraigeleo.
 
''[[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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