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It does not necessarily mean that the Skye-folk imagined themselves and the inhabitants of Perthshire or Moray as one people. The people of Skye surely had closer ties — in social, economic and cultural terms — with neighbours in the western islands and coastlands, including the Scots of Lorn, Kintyre, Cowal and Islay. All of these groups, Scots and Skye-folk alike, inhabited a Hebridean zone unified rather than divided by the sea. All were members of a larger maritime region encompassing coastal communities in northern Ireland and northwestern Britain. Irish influence seems to have brought the Gaelic language to Argyll as far back as Roman times. His return to Hebridean waters was noted by the Iona annalists in a Latin entry under the year Since such help was not usually offered without a promise of mutual benefits, Cano is likely to have sworn an oath of friendship to his patrons, pledging gifts and treasures if he succeeded in regaining his lands.

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Eliuin might thus have been a kinsman or ally of Conamail taken captive alongside him. Was he squeezed out of Kintyre by his powerful cousins — the sons of Eochaid Buide — and forced to pursue his own interests further north? If so, the tidings she heard from her kin on Skye were grim indeed: Ironically, it followed what seems to have been a successful period of warfare for Cano and his folk: This, at least, is a plausible inference from the sparse data in the annals. Her chronology, in so far as it can be estimated from the death-notices of her forebears, suggests that she was under forty years old at the time of her death.

Early medieval chroniclers paid scant attention to women, a point made in previous posts here at Senchus and immediately apparent from a glance at the sources. Thus, the Iona annalists routinely penned obituary notices for kings, princes, abbots and bishops but rarely acknowledged the deaths of women unless they were saints. Few prominent females from the secular world are named at all but those deemed worthy of mention must have been exceptional in some way. Her long and eventful life spanned the ninth and early tenth centuries.

Both of her husbands were Irish high-kings, as also was one of her sons. It is hardly surprising, given her paternal ancestry and marital history, that the annalists chose to mention her passing in There must have been something similarly special about Coblaith to preserve her from obscurity and anonymity. Had the annalists on Iona not regarded her as important her death would have gone unnoticed. In the context of the patriarchal, aristocratic milieu into which she was born her options for achieving great things were limited: It is possible, then, that her adult life followed the path trodden two hundred years later by Mael Muire.

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Perhaps the two kindreds were already connected by a political marriage? Her brother Conamail, whose capture in has already been mentioned, was slain in After the last of these men died in their family disappears from history. Fraser offers a useful short summary in his book From Caledonia to Pictland: Scotland to Edinburgh, at pp.

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