Dál Messin Corb
The Dál Messin Corb were a ruling dynasty of Leinster along with the Dál Chormaic. Descended from Chú Chorb's son Messin Corb, they were the last of the Dumnonians. In the fifth and sixth centuries they were ousted and driven from their seat on the Liffey and into Wicklow.
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- Walsh, Dennis (2003). "The Tribes of Laigen (Leinster Series) — Dál Messin Corb". Retrieved 21 August 2014.
- Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, "Ireland, 400 - 800", in A New History of Ireland, volume one, p. 189