Crimthann mac Fidaig

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Crimthann Mór, sin Fidachov (engleski izgovor: /ˈkriːvən ˈmɔər mæk ˈfiːaɪ/), također poznat i kao Crimthand Mór, bio je polu-mitološki kralj Munstera i veliki kralj Irske u 4. vijeku. U većini izvora je opskurna ličnost, koja se opisuje kao brat Mongfind, prve supruge prethodnog kralja Eochaida Mugmedona, koga je naslijedio nakon smrti. Legende navode da je vodio pohode na Britaniju i Galiju u kojima je osvojio teritorije, što većina historičara odbacuje. Iste legedne navode da ga je otrovala vlastita sestra, poslije čega je na prijestolje došao Eochaidov sin Niall od Devet talaca.

Crimthann se smatra posljednjim velikim kraljem iz Munstera prije Brian Borua šest vijekova kasnije.

Prethodi:
Eochaid Mugmedon
veliki kralj Irske
AFM 365-376
FFE 351-368
Slijedi:
Niall Noígiallach

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