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Meilge Molbthach Meilge Molbthach ("the praiseworthy"), son of Cobthach Cóel Breg, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland. He took power after killing his predecessor, and his father's killer, Labraid Loingsech. He ruled for seven or seventeen years, until he was killed by Mug Corb, grandson of Rechtaid Rígderg, in Munster. It is said that when his grave was dug, a lake burst over the land, which was called Loch Meilge after him. The "Lebor Gabála Érenn" synchronises his reign with that of Ptolemy III Euergetes of Egypt (246–222 BC). The chronology of Geoffrey Keating's "Foras Feasa ar Éirinn" dates his reign to 369–362 BC, the "Annals of the Four Masters" to 523–506 BC.
Labraid Loingsech He ruled for ten, nineteen or thirty years, depending on the source consulted, and took vengeance on Cobthach's children, before being killed by Cobthach's son Meilge Molbthach. The "Lebor Gabála" dates Cobthach's death and Labraid's accession to Christmas Eve, 307 BC, and also synchronises his reign to that of Ptolemy III Euergetes (246–222 BC). The chronology of Keating's "Foras Feasa ar Éirinn" dates his reign to 379–369 BC, the "Annals of the Four Masters" to 542–523 BC.
Óengus Ollom Óengus Ollom (), according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, was a High King of Ireland who was the son of Ailill, the son of Labraid Loingsech. He took power after he killed the previous incumbent, Mug Corb, and ruled for eighteen years, until he was killed by Irereo, son of Meilge Molbthach. The "Lebor Gabála Érenn" synchronizes his reign with that of Ptolemy III Euergetes of Egypt (246–222 BC). The chronology of Geoffrey Keating's "Foras Feasa ar Éirinn" dates his reign to 355–337 BC, the "Annals of the Four Masters" to 499–481 BC.
Irereo Irereo Fáthach ("the wise"), son of Meilge Molbthach, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland. He took power after killing his predecessor, Óengus Ollom, and ruled for seven or ten years, until he was killed in Ulster by Fer Corb, son of Mug Corb. The "Lebor Gabála Érenn" synchronises his reign with that of Ptolemy III Euergetes of Egypt (246–222 BC). The chronology of Geoffrey Keating's "Foras Feasa ar Éirinn" dates his reign to 337–330 BC, the "Annals of the Four Masters" to 481–474 BC.
Mug Corb Mug Corb ("servant of the chariot", sometimes called Mac Corb, "son of the chariot"), son of Cobthach Cáem, son of Rechtaid Rígderg, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland. He took power when he killed his predecessor, Meilge Molbthach. He ruled for six years, until he was killed by Óengus Ollom, grandson of Labraid Loingsech. He is said to have got his name when he repaired a broken chariot for his son. The "Lebor Gabála Érenn" synchronises his reign with that of Ptolemy III Euergetes of Egypt (246–222 BC). The chronology of Geoffrey Keating's "Foras Feasa ar Éirinn" dates his reign to 362–355 BC, the "Annals of the Four Masters" to 506–499 BC.