Conall Crandomna


Conall Crandomna

Conall Crandomna co-roi des Scots de Dalriada de 650 à 660.


Sommaire

Origine et règne

Fils cadet de Eochaid Buide il succéde sur le trone de Dalriada à Ferchar mac Connaid conjointement avec son cousin Dúnchad mac Conaing ou Dubhan. Après la disparition de ce denier en 654, il régne seul jusqu’à sa propre mort relevée en 660[1].

Le partage du pouvoir dans le royaume de Dalriada est une des conséquences du régne désastreux de Domnall Brecc qui avait fortement affaibli l’infuence des descendants d’Aedan mac Gabrain dans le Cenél Gabrain.

Postérité

Conall Crandomna laissa deux fils qui se succédèrent sur le trône de Dalriada:



Précédé de :
Ferchar mac Connaid
Roi de Dál Riata
650-660
Suivi de :
Domangart mac Domnaill


Notes

Sources

  • James E. Fraser From Caledonia to Pictland, Scotland to 795 The New Edinburgh History of Scotland. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh (2009) (ISBN 9780718612321) p.182-184,250,283.
  • Alfred P. Smyth Warlords and Holy men Scotland AD 80~1000 Edinburgh University Press (1984) (ISBN 0-7486-0100-7)
  • Ann Williams, Alfred P. Smyth and D P Kirby A bibliographical dictionary of Dark Age Britain Seaby London (1990) (ISBN 1-8526-4047-2)

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