Máel Dúin mac Máele Fithrich
Máel Dúin mac Máele Fithrich (died 681) was a King of Ailech and head of the Cenél nEógain branch of the northern Uí Néill. He was the son of Máel Fithrich mac Áedo (died 630) and grandson of the high king Áed Uaridnach (died 612). He ruled as King of Ailech from circa 668-681.
Máel Dúin was active increasing the power of the Cenél nEógain. In 677 he slew Dúnchad son of Ultán, king of Airgialla -of the Uí mac Carthainn, near Lough Foyle, Tirkeeran in modern County Londonderry- in Dún Forgo.  In the summer of 681 he was successful over Dúngal Eilni mac Scandail of Dal nAraide and Cenn Faelad mac Suibni of the Cianachta Glenn Geimin (Keenaght, County Londonderry) at what was called the burning of the kings at Dún Ceithirn (in barony of Coleraine, in modern County Londonderry).
He belonged to the Cenél maic Ercae branch of the family. The rival Cenél Feradaig branch dominated the kingship for most of the 7th century. At the beginning of winter 681 he was defeated and slain at the Battle of Bla Sléibe (in modern County Londonderry) by the Ciannachta of Glenn Geimin and by Fland mac Máele Tuile (died 700) of the rival Cenél Feradaig. 
- T.M. Charles-Edwards, Early Christian Ireland, Appendix V
- the Laud Synchronisms give him a reign of 11 years
- Annals of Ulster, AU 676.4
- Annals of Tigernach AT 677.2
- Annals of Ulster AU 681.1
- Annals of Tigernach AT 681.1
- Analecta Hibernica #18 R.I.A. MS. 23 D 17 589, Genelach Muintire Dalaigh.
- Annals of Ulster at CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts at University College Cork
- Annals of Tigernach at CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts at University College Cork
- Charles-Edwards, T. M. (2000), Early Christian Ireland, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0-521-36395-0
- O'Clery Book of Genealogies, Analecta Hibernica #18 R.I.A. MS. 23 D 17. 
Ferg mac Crundmaíl
|King of Ailech
Fland mac Máele Tuile