Pedr III

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12th Century warrior prince of Kemr. According to historical accounts the English pope Adrian IV gave a papal bull to Costenhin VII permitting the Prince of Kemr to reform the Irish and bring them into the sphere of civilized nations. The historicity of the Laudibiliter bull is disputed. Nonetheless the Prince's son, Pedr was commissioned to raise forces to invade and subdue the Irish. Eventually Pedr inherited the principality on the death of Costenhin VII. His reign (1168-1199) was marked by the series of campaigns he conducted in Ireland.

Preceded by:
Costenhin VII
ill Terruin of Kemr
Succeeded by:
Costenhin VIII
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