Fiacha Cennfinnán

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In Irish mythology Fiacha Cennfinnán (modern spelling: Fiacha Ceannfhionnán meaning "Fiacha [of the] little white head"), son of Starn, son of Rudraige, of the Fir Bolg, became High King of Ireland when he overthrew his great-uncle Sengann.

He ruled for five years, until he was overthrown by Rinnal, son of Genann.

The Milesian king Fíachu Findoilches is sometimes known by the same name.

Preceded by
Sengann (2)
High King of Ireland
AFM 1922–1917 BC
FFE 1502–1497 BC
Succeeded by

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