Óengus mac Fergusa

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Óengus mac Fergusa may refer to:

  • Óengus I (before 700–761), monarch a/k/a Onuist, anglicised as Angus son of Fergus, who, from 732 to 761, reigned as king of Pictland, also referenced as Pictavia, located in northeastern region of land later unified as Scotland
  • Óengus II (before 780–834), king of Picts, a/k/a Onuist, Hungus or Angus, from 820 until 834, traditionally associated with cult of Saint Andrew and flag of Scotland; included in Duan Albanach's praise poem from reign of Máel Coluim

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