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Who is Amlaíb Cuarán?
Amlaíb Cuarán: Amlaíb mac Sitric, commonly called Amlaíb Cuarán, in Old Norse: Óláfr kváran, was a 10th-century Norse-Gael who was King of Northumbria and Dublin. His byname, cuarán, is usually translated as "sandal". His name appears in a variety of anglicized forms, including Olaf Cuaran and Olaf Sihtricson, particularly in relation to his short-lived rule in York. He was the last of the Uí Ímair to play a major part in the politics of the British Isles.
- born in (1090 years ago), child of Sitric Cáech
- religion: Christianity
- parent of
- died in (1035 years ago)
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