Milesians

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  • Amergin — (Amairgin, Amairgen, Amorgen) is the name of two poets from Irish mythology.Amergin mac MíledAmergin mac Míled (or Aimhirghin), known by the epithet glúngel ( white knee ), was a son of Míl Espáine and served as a druid, bard and judge for the… …   Wikipedia

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