Conaire Cóem

Irish King

Conaire Cóem was a legendary Gaelic king who ruled the Irish and Scots. He reigned, according to the later historian Geoffrey Keating, from 136 to 143, and from 150 to 164 according to scholar George Buchanan. Conaire was the son of Mug Láma and the husband of Sariad ingen Conn, the daughter of Conn of the Hundred Battles.