Eochaid Cairbre, which can be translated into English as Haughey the Charioteer, was a legendary king of Scotland who ruled from probably 165 to 186. He was the son of the High King of Ireland Conaire Cóem and Queen Saraid, as well as brother of a king of Munster, where he used to live. According to one source, he was killed by a court musician and was buried in Ulster. Eochaid was possibly given Dál Riata when his brother received Munster.[1][2]

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  1. "Eochaid Cairbre (Annals of the Four Masters)". geni_family_tree. Retrieved 2023-04-14.
  2. Kessler, P. L. "Kingdoms of Cymru Celts - Demetia / Dyfed". The History Files. Retrieved 2023-04-14.