An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Cellach mac Fáelchair"

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| name title = Cellach mac Fáelchair
| title = [[Kings of Osraige|King of Osraige]]
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| reign =
| predecessor = [[Ailill mac Fáeláin]]
| successor = [[Forbasach mac Ailella]]
| house = [[Dál Birn]]
| queen =
| father = [[Fáelchar Ua Máele Ódrain]]
| mother =
| issue = [[Dúngal mac Cellaig]]
| death_date = 735
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[[Ríthe na nOsraí|Rí na nOsraí]] ba ea '''''CellachCeallach mac FáelchairFaolchair''' (died 735) or[[Sean-Ghaeilge]] '''Cellach Raignimac Fáelchair''' was a''Cellach [[KingRaigni'') of(bás Osraige]] in modern [[County Kilkenny]]735). He was the son of [[Fáelchar Ua Máele Ódrain|Faolchair ua Maoil Ódrain]] (diedbás 693), aiar-rí, previousba ea a kingathair.<ref>''[[Rawlinson GenealogiesB 502]]'', pglch. 111</ref>
''The dynasty that ruled over [[Kingdom_of_Ossory|OsraigeOsraí]] in the early Christian period was known as the [[Dál Birn|Dál Bhirn]]. His year of accession is unknown, the last king of OsraigeOsraí to be mentioned in the annals prior to CellachCeallach was [[Cú Cherca mac Fáeláin|Cú Chearca mac Faoláin]] (diedbás 712),. however However the ''[[Book ofLeabhar LeinsterLaighneach]]'' king lists name two other kings between Cú ChercaChearca andagus CellachCeallach.
''At this time, OsraigeOsraí was part of the Kingdomríocht ofna [[MunsterMumhain|Mumhan]] and in the 8th century was often involved in conflicts with the men of [[Leinster]], the [[Laigin]]. Cellach Ceallach's father had been slain fighting versusagainst Leinsterthem. InSa bhliain 735, the men of Munster led by their king, [[Cathal mac Finguine|Cathal mac Finghin]] (diedbás 742) fought the Battle[[Cath of BelachBhealach Éile]] with the men of Leinster.<ref>''Annals[[Annála of Ulster''Uladh]], AU 735.3,</ref><ref>[[Annála ''Annals of Tigernach''Tiarnaigh]], AT 735.3</ref> Many Munstermen were slain and among them was CellachCeallach. The location of the battle makes it probable that Cellach of the OsraigeOsraí was the aggressor and was taking advantage of the rivalry of the [[Uí Dúnlainge]] and the [[Uí CheinnselaigChinnsealaigh]] branches of the Laigin at this time.<ref>Byrne, lch. 209</ref>
''His son [[Dúngal mac Cellaig|Dúnghal mac Ceallaigh]] (diedbás 772) was also King of OsraigeOsraí but the kingship later became dominated by a different line.