www.maths.tcd.ie. Thanks to Dave Malone for sending me the URL, while
chatting about the timeline — and about how Peter Flynn beat all of us
to the coveted “first in Ireland” spot.
But then, being an SGML guru, and marking up a huge quantity of ancient gaelic texts,
I don’t think anyone could possibly hold it against him ;) Check this out
from the Annals Of The
Every plain in Ireland abounded with flowers and shamrocks in the time
of Fiacha. These flowers, moreover, were found full of wine, so that the
wine was squeezed into bright vessels. Wherefore, the cognomen, Fiacha
Fin Scothach, continued to be applied to him.