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City College Hyderabad

The City College of Hyderabad is an Under Graduate and Post-Graduate autonomous university located in Hyderabad, India. The campus is one of the oldest Heritage structures in Hyderabad. Government City College has been re-accredited with A grade ...

Osmania University

Osmania University is a public state university located in University town, Hyderabad, India, and founded in 1918. It was established by and named after Mir Osman Ali Khan, the 7th Nizam of Hyderabad. It is the third oldest university in southern ...

Public Gardens, Hyderabad

Public Gardens also known as Bagh-e-Aam is a historic park located in the heart of the city of Hyderabad, India. It was built in 1846 by the Nizam of Hyderabad and is the oldest park in Hyderabad.

A.C. Guards

A.C. Guards is the name of the locality in the city of Hyderabad, Telangana. The name A.C Guards stands for the African Cavalry Guards of Hyderabad State who were stationed there since the time of 6th Nizam Mahbub Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VI. The barra ...

Shahuji II

Shahuji II Bhonsle of Katturaja of the Bhonsle dynasty was the name of the ruler of Thanjavur from 1738 to 1739 who rose to power based on the unverified claim of being an illegitimate son of Serfoji I.

Kesin Dālbhya

Kesin Dālbhya was a king of Panchala during the Late Vedic period, most likely between c. 900 and 750 BCE. He is mentioned prominently in the Taittiriya and Jaiminiya Brahmanas. His maternal uncle was a Kuru king, reflecting the matrimonial allia ...

Virudhaka

Virudhaka was a king of Kosala during the lifetime of the Buddha. He was the son and successor of Pasenadi, king of Kosala. Virūdhaka attacked and virtually annihilated the little autonomous tribe of Shakyas, to which the Buddha belonged, and Kol ...

Fath Shah

Fath Shah or Fah Shah was the Sultan of Kashmir regained from 1486–1495. Fath took the throne of Kashmir in 1486 CE. Muhammed Shah regained the throne in 1516 but Fath soon after retook it.

Harsha of Kashmir

Harsha, also Harshadeva, was a Hindu king of Kashmir, India. Harsha belonged to the Utpala dynasty, of which he was the last ruler. According to Kalhana, Harsha was built like a god and was extremely handsome. Harshas conduct has recently been a ...

Jalauka

Jalauka was, according to the 12th century Kashmiri chronicle, the Rajatarangini, a king of Kashmir. Jaluka was reputed to have been an active and vigorous king of Kashmir, who expelled certain intrusive foreigners, and conquered the plains as fa ...

Meghavahana

Meghavahana was ruler and founder of second Gonanda dynasty of Kashmir during middle of first millennium CE. Meghavahana was 80th ruler of the Gonanda line of rulers, he was followed by 81st ruler Pravarasena.

Maine Mor

Maine Mor descended from Colla da Chrioch of Oirghialla/Oriel, which became overpopulated. Maine Mor, his father Eochaidh Ferdaghiall and his two sons Breasal and Amhlaibh, travelled to Connacht to seek new lands. They attacked the lands of the l ...

Breasal mac Maine Mor

Breasal mac Maine Mor, 2nd king of Ui Maine, fl. 4th-century/5th-century. John ODonovan said that "Bresal, son of Maine, thirty years, when he died a natural death, which States the poem was amazing, as he spends a lot of time in wars." He partic ...

Coirpre Luachra mac Cuirc

Coirpre Luachra mac Cuirc was the ancestor of the Eoganacht Locha Lein branch of the Eoganachta, the ruling dynasty of Munster. This branch was also called the Ui Caipre Luachra, named after him and became the rulers of Iarmuman. He was the son o ...

Conall Gulban

Conall Gulban was an Irish king and eponymous ancestor of the Cenel Conaill, who founded the kingdom of Tir Chonaill in the 5th century, comprising much of what is now County Donegal in Ulster. He was the son of Niall Noigiallach. His name Gulban ...

Condlae mac Coelbad

Condlae mac Coelbad was a Dal nAraide king in the time of Saint Patrick. He was the son of Caelbad mac Cruind Ba Drui, a high king of Ireland and King of Ulster and brother of the previous Dal nAraide king Saran mac Coelbad. His exact dates are u ...

Dallan mac Breasal

John ODonovan remarked that "Conall Cas-ciabhach, i.e. of the curled tresses, was prince of Hy-Maine, twenty-two years, when he was slain. He was brother of Fiachra Finn."

Duach mac Dallan

Duach mac Dallan, 6th king of Ui Maine, fl. 5th-century/6th-century. John ODonovan said that "Dallan, who was also a brother of Fiachra Finn, was Prince he-Man for eleven years, when he was mortally wounded and afterwards drowned."

Fiachna Lonn mac Coelbad

Fiachna Lonn mac Coelbad was a Dal nAraide king in modern County Antrim, Ulster. He was the son of Caelbad mac Cruind Ba Drui, a high king of Ireland and King of Ulster and brother of the previous Dal nAraide kings Saran mac Coelbad and Condlae m ...

Fiachra Finn

Fiachra Finn, 3rd king of Ui Maine, fl. 5th-century. John ODonovan said that "Fiachra Finn, son of Bresal, No. 2, at the age of seventeen, when he was treacherously slain by his brother Maine Mall. Fiachra Finn made in the poem, the tower in conf ...

Lughaidh mac Dallan

Lughaidh mac Dallan, 7th king of Ui Maine, fl. 5th-century/6th-century. John ODonovan said that "Lughaidh, son of Dallan, and brother of Duach, was Prince or chief of HY-many for fourteen years, when he died a natural death."

Saran mac Coelbad

Saran mac Coelbad was a Dal nAraide king in the time of Saint Patrick. He was the son of Caelbad mac Cruind Ba Drui, a high king of Ireland and King of Ulster. He is listed in king lists such as in the book of Leinster and laud sync, but not ment ...

Mac Comhaltan Ua Cleirigh

Mac Comhaltan Ua Cleirigh was King of Ui Fiachrach Aidhne, fl. 998. According to the annals of the four masters, sub Anno 998: Diarmaid, son Dunadhach, Lord of SIL-Anmchadha, was killed by Mac Comhaltan ua Cleirigh, Lord of Aidhne the. The follow ...

Mughroin mac Sochlachan

Mughroin mac Sochlachan was 30th King of Ui Maine, died 904). Mughroin Mac Sochlachan is the first recorded king of UI Maine with 844. He was the son Sochlachan Mac Diarmata and his brothers pedigree Murchadh Mac Sochlachan died 936 - written as ...

Murchad mac Flann mac Glethneachan

All that is known of Murchad is contained in an entry in the Annals of the Four Masters, sub anno 973, the year Murchadh Glunillar ua Flaithbheartach, King of Aileach, invaded Connacht and gave battle to King Cathal mac Tadg at Ceis Corran. Catha ...

Ruaidhri mac Coscraigh

Ruaidhri mac Coscraigh was King of South Connacht and of Ui Briuin and a third great-grandson of the eponym of Clann Cosgraigh. Ruaidhri is mentioned in the Annals of Inisfallen and Tigernach as well as the Leabhar na nGenealach. Ruaidhri was kil ...

Comhaltan Ua Cleirigh

Mac Comhaltan Ua Cleirigh, King of Ui Fiachrach Aidhne, fl. 964. Mac Comhaltan was an early member of the family O Cleirigh. According to the annals of the four masters, sub Anno 964: The victory they won Comhaltan ua Cleirigh, i.e. Lord of UI-Fi ...

Diarmaid mac Madudan

Described as a rod who ruled each road, Diarmaid was the son of Madudan mac Gadhra Mor. He led the Madden clan in a plundering raid on Clonmacnoise in 1050. However, he became blind in old age and was killed by his nephew, Madudan, and succeeded ...

Maelruanaidh mac Tadhg

Maelruanaidh mac Tadhg was the fourth king of Moylurg, and reigned sometime in the late 11th century. The only date associated with his reign, 1080, may simply be provisional.

Concobar mac Tadg Ua Cellaigh

Concobar mac Tadg Ua Cellaig, 37th King of Ui Maine, and 2nd Chief of the Name, died 1030. There was previously some confusion in the sequence of the Kingdom after the death of Taiga MOR in Clontarf in 1014. A poem apparently written to praise eo ...

Dunchadh Ua Cellaigh

Dunchadh Ua Cellaig, 39th King of Ui Maine and 4th Chief of the Name, died 1074. The annals of the four masters note his death as follows: Donnchadh ua Ceallaigh, Lord UI-Maine, was killed by his brother, Taiga, the grandson of Conchobhar UA Ceal ...

Ruairi O Gadhra

Ruairi O Gadhra, King of Sliabh Lugha, died 1206. The annals of the four masters appear to contain one of the few with a reference to Therese, saying that Rorys Hound, the Lord of the following at least, died in 1206.

Aed Ua Cellaigh

Aed is one of a number of 11th-century kings of Ui Maine who is obscure. According to John ODonovan, this seems to have been as a result both of historical confusion, and possibly genealogical re-ramification, where the pedigree of one branch of ...

Conchobar Maenmaige Ua Cellaigh

Conchobar Maenmaige is agreed in all sources to have been king for forty years, so it appears he succeeded Tadhg Ua Cellaigh sometime after his abduction by an army from Munster in 1145. His succession meant the end of Siol Anmchadhas brief indep ...

Murrough Ua Cellaigh

The previous king, Conchobar Maenmaige Ua Cellaigh, was killed in the Battle of The Connors in 1180 during an apparent rebellion against the king of Connacht. Murrough, apparently, the son of the Taiga ua Cellaigh, who was kidnapped and deposed i ...

Tadhg Ua Cellaigh

Tadhg and Ui Maine are mentioned infrequently in the annals, reflecting the kingdoms subordinate status within the kingdom of Connacht. Some references include the following: : 1136: a fleet of Murchadh ua Maeleachlainn on Sinainn and Loch Ribh, ...

Teige Ua Con Ceannainn

The succession to the kingship of Ui Diarmata after the death of Aedh Ua Con Ceannainn in 1119, to the death of Cu Ceanain O Con Ceanainn in 1224, is unclear. Aedh is only mentioned retrospectively, in the obituary of his foster-son, King Cathal ...

Domnall Find Ua Dubhda

1126. Domhnall Finn Ua Dubhda, lord of Ui-Amhalghadha, was drowned, after he had plundered Tir-Conaill. The Annals of Tigernach have a more fulsome account, stating Domhnall the Fair O Dubhda, king of Ui Amalgaidh, Ui Fiachrach and Cera, a man wh ...

Donn Sleibhe Ua Gadhra

Donn Sleibhe Ua Gadhra, King of Sliabh Lugha, died 1181. The annals of Loch CE, it seems that the only contemporary reference to donn Sleibhe, reporting simply that OGadhra Donnsleibhe is mortuus in 1181.

Conchobar O Cellaigh

Ui Maine during his reign fell away from subordinate status to the Kings of Connacht and regained something of its former independence, but at the cost of encastellation and settlement under Richard Mor de Burgh died 1242 and his son, Walter de B ...

Domhnall O Gadhra

Domhnall O Gadhra, King of Sliabh Lugha, died 1217. The annals of the four masters is simply to inform that the Agardonnell died in 1217. They dont specifically say that he was the king, although he would not have been written if he hadnt been gi ...

Donn Sleibhe O Gadhra

Donn Sleibhe O Gadhra, King of Sliabh Lugha, died 1217. The annals of the four masters record the death of donn Sleibhe in some detail, sub Anno 1227: Donslevy OGara, Lord of Sliabh Lugha, was slain by Gillaroe, his own brothers son, after the la ...

Ruaidri O Gadhra

Ruaidri O Gadhra, was an Irish king of Sliabh Lugha and Chief of the Name, died 1256. During Ruaidris the life of the territory drain-less was conquered by the Sheriff of Connacht, Jordan de Exeter, died 1258, ancestor of clan Mac Siurtain. Drain ...

Maelsechlainn O Cellaigh

Maelsechlainn O Cellaigh, king of Ui Maine, Chief of the Name, died in 1402. Maelsechlainn was a son of the previous king, and continued the expansion of kingdoms, and the rise of prestige, that William Buidhe had initiated. The borders were exte ...

Ruaidri na bhFeadh O Conchobair

Rory na-bhFeadh mac Donough Ua Conchobair, King of Connacht 1316-1317. From the annals of the four masters: Was a large army led by William Burke Into SIL-Murray, and OConor and the SIL-Murray, with many of the tribes and chiefs of Connacht, made ...

Domnall Ruadh O Maille

Domnall Ruadh O Maille, King of Umaill, died 11 November 1337. About chain mail was a descendant of Maille Mac Conall, and was ruler of the territory of Umaill in 1330-ies. He appears as the son of Brian Mac Domnall about chain mail, and had a br ...

Aedh mac Brian O Cellaigh

Aedh mac Brian O Cellaigh, King of Ui Maine, died 1467. About Cellaigh, it seems, was the only son of Brian O Cellaigh, died 1393 and Edwin INION of Cathal OGE o Conchobair died 1393. In their death within a few months of each other, he was under ...

Conchobar an Abaidh O Cellaigh

Conchobar an Abaidh O Cellaigh, king of Ui Maine, Chief of the Name, died 1403. After a long period of stable rule from C.1349 in 1402, when the kings William Buidhe and his son, Maelsechlainn, Conchobars the reign of the first of two successive ...

William O Cellaigh

William O Cellaigh, King of Ui Maine, died 1487. After the death of Aedh on gCailleach about Cellaigh in 1469, the UI Maine elected two kings, ruling IAR UI Maine and Airthir West Yip man East respectively. They were Taiga Caech o Cellaigh of Air ...

Fiachrae

Fiachrae was an Irish prince, the son of the high king Eochaid Mugmedon by his wife Mongfind, sister of Crimthann mac Fidaig. He was ancestor of the Ui Fiachrach dynasties of Connacht. He lived in the late 4th century. "The violent death of Crimt ...