Nath Í mac Fiachrach
- For other persons of the same name, see Nath Í
Feradach Dathí (died c. 445), also known as Nath Í, son of Fiachrae, son of Eochaid Mugmedon, was a legendary king of Connacht and High King of Ireland of the 4th century or 5th century. His given name was Feradach, and he was named Dathí ("quick") for the speed he put on his armour. He was said to have made foreign conquests, and died after being struck by lightning in the Alps. A standing stone said to mark his grave is part of the Rathcroghan complex of archeological sites near Tulsk in County Roscommon.
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Amalgaid mac Fiachrae
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