From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other uses, see Fiacha.
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.
|High King of Ireland
AFM 1922–1917 BC
FFE 1502–1497 BC