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Annales Dominicani de Roscoman

Introduction

Benjamin Hazard, August 2012.


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Edited by Sir James Ware

Annales Dominicani de Roscoman

Dominican Annals of Roscoman

Ex Annalibus Anonymi cujusdam Conatiensis

I have these Annales
in an auncient MS.
Odonis hamerech
Annales Dominicani de Roscoman

DAR1163
  1.  45r

    Castrum de Tuam fit per Ruadricum
    o Conner.

DAR1167
  1. Toirdelach o Breen regnum reliquit rex Momoniae
    facto voto religionis obiit, cui 1 successit
    ei in regno Moriertach filius euis.

  2. Roddericus o Connor profligabit
    Dermitium mac Morrogh et fugabit
    eum in Angliam.

DAR1168
  1. Obiit Toirelach o Brien qui anno illo
    perfecte regnabit in tota Hibernia.

DAR1169
  1. Angli venerunt in Hiberniam.

DAR1172
  1. Henricus filius Imperatricis intrabit Hibernia.

  2. obiit Gilla Aeda Episcopus Corcagie.

  3. Obsides
    mc Muarch interfecti sunt per Ruderic
    o Conner ad suggestionem Tigernan
    o Ruirk.

DAR1175
  1. Mauritius o Dubhair primas Abbas Buellii in
    monasterio ejus in
    Christo quievit.

DAR1176
  1. Interficitur Cormac Liathanach
    eodem anno.

  2. Anno erat magnum gelu ita quod Sinna erat transvadabilis.

DAR1177
  1. Johannes de Cursy Ultoniam acquisivit.

  2.  45v
  3. Vivianus in Hiberniam mittitur
    ab Alexandro Papa,

  4. Midia devastatur de Athlone usque
    Drogheda propter guerram
    Saxonum.

  5. O Donnell et Ardgal
    mac Laghlin interfecerunt se
    mutuo in bello.

  6. desiciatur
    Galvia et lacus fuit meabiles
    propter gelu.

DAR1178
  1. 1174. Obiit Gelasius Archiepiscopus Armarchanus

  2. Insula apparavit in Sinna et
    nescitur unde uenit.

DAR1180
  1. Obiit Lorcan o Tuathil Archiepiscopus Dubliniensis.

  2. Occiditur Connor o Kelly per Connor
    Mommoighe.

DAR1182
  1. obiit Donatus o Holochan Archiepiscopus
    Cassalensis.

  2. Interficitur Milo
    de Cogan.

  3. Rodoricus o Conner
    reliquit regnum sua sponte
    Concouri Mommoighe filio suo.

DAR1184
  1. Rudericus retro cepit regnum.

  2. Iritius o Melaghlin interficitur.

DAR1185
  1. Joannes filius regis Angliae venit in Hibernia
    et interim rediit in Angliam.

DAR1186
  1.  46r

    Hugo de Lacy occiditur.

DAR1188
  1. Obiit o Molidie Episcopus de Cluoinmacnois.

DAR1189
  1. interficitur Conchur Mommoighe
    per Moriertach mac Cahell mac Dermot.

DAR1190
  1. Navis Ufanus Cahell Crobderg Submergitur in
    Loch Ri primo regni sui, etc. vero
    36.

  2. Galvia desicatur et inventum
    est in ea caput hastae ad longitudinem
    unius cubiti.

DAR1192
  1. Tathec more o Dubda 2 interficitur
    per filium filii sui. res horrenda.

DAR1193
  1. Richardus Rex capitur. 3

  2. Spoliatur
    Iniscloghran per Giraldum de Lacy4

DAR1194
  1. Obiit Donaldus o Brien rex Momonie

  2. Cahell mac Dermot rex de Moylurg
    exulat et redit victoriosus.

DAR1196
  1. Obiit Flaghertagh o Muldorig rex
    de Tirconnell.

DAR1197
  1. Obiit Rodericus o Conner rex Connaciae
    Hiberniae.

  2. Capitur Rodericus o Flaghetach
    per Cahal Crobderg.

  3. Cahell Crobderg et Cahell Carragh
    conveniunt pro regno.

DAR1199
  1.  46v

    Cahell Crobderg eiicitur de regno
    suo per Cahell Carrach.

DAR1201
  1. Obiit Thomas totius Hiberniae
    primas.

DAR1202
  1. Occiditur Cahall Carrach per Cahell
    Crobderg et William de Burgo. Cahell
    Crobderg tantum regnat.

  2. Occiditur Connor
    o Brien.

DAR1204
  1. Magna fames in tota Hibernia gelassatur.

DAR1205
  1. Obiit Dominus Williamus de Burgo.

DAR1206
  1. Obiit Donatus o Henney Archiepiscopus Casselensis

  2. erigitur Castrum Corcagie per
    Meilerem filium Henrici et cepit
    obsides mac Cartig.

  3. obiit Donaldus mac Carty

DAR1207
  1. obiit Robertus de Lacy.

DAR1208
  1. Strages apud Durlus.

  2. Cahell mac
    Dermod exoculatur per Coennor
    mac Tumultach

DAR1209
  1. Finin mac Carty rex Desmoniae
    interficitur dolo et fraude per
    suos homines nativos.

DAR1210
  1. Castrum de Athlone construitur
    Allorvicensem per Episcopum Anglicum. Fit pons Villae.

DAR1211
  1. Turris cadens apud Athlone interfecit
    Dominus Richardus de Tuite cum aliis multis.

  2. obiit Dominus Johannes Archiepiscopus Dubliniensis.

DAR1212
  1.  47r

    Gilbertus mac Gosdelb occiditur per
    o Heting.

DAR1214
  1. Obiit Ardgal o Connovir Episcopus Elfinensis.

DAR1216
  1. Henricus Dublin Archiepiscopus Legatus Hiberniae celebravit concilium Dublinii —

  2. Obiit Annudo O Muireadig Episcopus Ardmachanus5

DAR1218
  1. Obiit Dermot mac Conner rex de Moylurg

DAR1219
  1. Clemens o Suighter Episcopus
    Achadensis obiit.

DAR1220
  1. Translatio Sanctae Thomae Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi

  2. Extinguitur ignis Kildarie per
    Archiepiscopum Dublin.

DAR1221
  1. Frater Jordanus fit Magiste ordinis praedicatorum. 6

DAR1224
  1. Predicatores intraverunt Hiberniam.

DAR1225
  1. Odo o Neil intrabit Conaciam
    et tunc exulabat Odo filium Cahal
    Crobderg et regnabit Tordelbach
    mac Ruadry.

DAR1227
  1. Obiit Lucas Archiepiscopus Armarchanus.

  2. obiit Cormac o Carpa Episcopus de Lugny.

DAR1228
  1. Occiditur Odo filius Catholi Crobderg. Aed mac
    Ruadry regnat post eum.

  2. Obiit Dionisius
    o Morda Episcopus Elphinensis.

DAR1229
  1.  47v

    Donatus fit Archiepiscopus Armachanus.

  2. occiditur Donoch mac Goretig per
    William de Burgo.

DAR1230
  1. obiit Radulphus Petit Episcopus Midie

  2. obiit Odo o Neile.

DAR1231
  1. obiit Willelmus Marescallus iunior

  2. obiit Flan o Connachtid Episcopus Breifine.
    Kilmorensis.

DAR1232
  1. fratres minores intraverunt Hiberniae.

DAR1233
  1. Occiditur Walterus de Lacy per o Rayly.

DAR1234
  1. Magna nix et gelu ita quod lacus
    essent transmeabiles peditibus.

DAR1236
  1. Ottobonus venit in Hiberniam et Angliam legatus existens.

DAR1239
  1. Corona Domini venit Parisiis7.

DAR1240
  1. Felimus o Conner transfretabit ad
    regem Angliae.

DAR1242
  1. Albertus Archiepiscopus Armachanus8
    venit in Hiberniam.

DAR1243
  1. Obierunt Geraldus filius Mauritii et Richardus
    de Burgo

  2. exoculatur Thadeus
    o Connor per Oraigily.

DAR1245
  1. Justiciarius Hiberniae et Felimus
    rex Conacie transfretaverunt
    ad regem Angliae.

DAR1246
  1. Connor roe 9 mac Comarba Mochua fit
    Episcopus Elfin, et ecce moretur.
    Elphin

DAR1247
  1.  48r

    Occiduntur per Mauritium filium Geraldi
    Melaghlin o Donnell et Gilla macleach
    o Bugill

DAR1249
  1. Strages de Athenry ubi occiditur Aed
    mac Aed o Connor.

  2. Mulmurry o Lachnan
    Archiepiscopus Tuamensis obiit.

DAR1250
  1. Florentius mac Lyn fit Archiepiscopus
    Tuamensis

DAR1252
  1. obiit frater David Archiepiscopus Casselensis
    successit David.

DAR1253
  1. Geraldus filius Mauritii intravit
    Tireogan cum magna potentia
    et rediit non in victoria et
    multi Anglici de suo comitatu
    sunt occisi.

  2. Hugo de Taghmon
    fit Episcopus Midensis.

DAR1254
  1. Frater Humblicus 10 fit magister
    minister ordinis praedicatorum.

DAR1255
  1. obiit Lucas Archiepiscopus Dublinensis

  2. obiit
    Florentius mac Loyne Archiepiscopus Tuamensis.

DAR1256
  1. Fulco consecratur in Archiepiscopum
    Dubliniensem
    .

DAR1257
  1.  48v

    Godfridus o Donnell habuit conflictus
    cum Anglicis, ubi Anglici fuit
    turpiter fugati, et Goffridus
    vulneratus est.

DAR1258
  1. obiit frater Reignerus primas Hiberniae
    frater Praedicator.

  2. obiit Goffredus
    Ca. obiit fit. R.T. o Donnell rex de Tirconnell.

DAR1260
  1. Occiditur Breen o Neil rex de
    Tirone per Anglicos de Dundeleghglas 11

DAR1261
  1. Frater Patricius fit Primas Hiberniae.  12

DAR1263
  1. Concilium conventuale fratrem Praedicatore
    celebratur Londoniae.

DAR1265
  1. Ottobonus Legatus venit in Angliam
    et missit Andream vicarium suum
    in Hiberniam.

  2. Obiit Thomas
    Enliser 13 Episcopus Alladensis.

  3. Obiit Thomas
    mac Fergill Episcopus Elfinensis14.

  4. Construitur castrum de Loghniscur 15
    per Odonem o Conner.

  5. Mauritius
    filius Geraldi Submergitur.

DAR1269
  1. Castrum de Roscomon fundatur.

  2. Strages de Athinecip 16 per Odonem
    filium Felim o Conner ubi Willelmus
     49r De Burgo captus est et post
    lapsum temporis posit per vindem
    est interfectus. et multi alii
    Anglici. Tam Barones qui milites
    ibidem occisi.

DAR1271
  1. Obiit Fulco Archiepiscopus Dublinensis.

  2. Pestis fames et gladius in tota
    Hibernia et maxime in Midia

  3. Obiit Dominus Walterus de Burgo comes
    Ultoniae.

  4. Dominus Nicholaus mac Mullisu
    fit Primas Hiberniae.

DAR1272
  1. obiit
    Henricus rex Angliae.

DAR1274
  1. Obiit Odo o Conner (filius Felim o Connor)
    rex Conaciae.
    5 Non. Maii.

  2. Concilium generale Lugduni.

DAR1278
  1. Mutatur moneta.

DAR1279
  1. obiit Dominus Thomas o Conner Archiepiscopus Tuamensis.

  2. obiit Frater Gelasius 17 o Carvallan Epicopus Derrie

DAR1280
  1. obiit Frater Johannes o Lidig Epicopus Alladensis.
    Alladensis.

  2. Occiditur Donall o Donnell rex de
    Tircongill cum melioribus terrae suae

DAR1293
  1. Obiit Magnus o Conner rex Connacie.

  2. Occiditur
    Cathel o Conner frater eius qui post
    ipsum regnabit modino tempore.

DAR1296
  1.  49v

    Frater Gelasius mac Lethalnig Episcopus
    Elfin quievit in pace.

  2. obiit Frater Henricus
    mac Hosesig Episcopus Derrie.
    Alladensis.

DAR1297
  1. Frater Williamus Episcopus Clonmacnois o Dubtig
    frater minor pricipitus de equo —
    expirabit

DAR1299
  1. Obiit dominus Theobaldus Pincerna  18

  2. obiit Dominus Theobaldus Florentius o
    Fergill Episcopus Rathbotensis.

  3. occiditur
    Dominus Johannes Delamare per Galfridum o
    Fergill.

  4. Interficitur Johannes iunior
    de Prindergast per Contofordum
    filium Fiochra o Floyn.

DAR1300
  1. Comes Ultoniae cepit construere castrum
    apud Corinan in Connacia.
    Ballimot.

DAR1302
  1. Obiit Dominus Stephanus o Bragan Archiepiscopus
    Cassalensis.

DAR1303
  1. Obiit Dominus Nichol mac Mulhissa primas
    Hiberniae.

  2. obiit frater Malachias
    mac Brien mac Dierma Episcopus Elfinensis

DAR1305
  1. Occiditur per Petrum filium Jacobi de
    Brimingham in festo Beatissime Trinitate
    in camera predicti domini Petri post
    prandium Morcetach o Conner Roe de
    o Faly et Calloge fratrem euis in dolo.

  2.  50r
  3. Terlagh o Brien rex Tomoniae obiit.

DAR1306
  1. Obiit Dominus Donatus o Flagherty Episcopus Aladensis.

  2. Obiit frater Odo Hanmerech19 lector
    fratrum praedicatorum de Roscomon.

DAR1307
  1. Obiit Donaldus mac Art mac Murchadha

  2. obiit fr Laurentius o Lattny Episcopus Duacensis

  3. obiit frater Mauricius20 Episcopus Brefinnie

  4. obiit Frater
    Donatus o Flanagan Episcopus Elfinensis.

  5. obiit Dominus Petrus de Brimingham
    dominus de Dunmore.

DAR1308
  1. frater Walter Joarce primas
    Hiberniae intravit Hiberniam.

DAR1309
  1. Obiit Frater Tigernicus Episcopus Dromor.

DAR1311
  1. Obiit Dominus Walterus de Bramingham
    Archiepiscopus Tuam.

  2. Obiit Dominus
    Benedictus o Bragan episcopus Alladensis.

DAR1314
  1. Obiit Dominus Mattheus mac Duibny
    Episcopus Brefnie
    Kilmorensis.

    Hi Annales continuentur
    in alio MS usque ad
    annum 1340.

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Title (uniform): Annales Dominicani de Roscoman

Title (translation, English Translation): Dominican Annals of Roscommon

Editor: Sir James Ware

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Electronic edition compiled by: Benjamin Hazard and Kenneth W. Nicholls

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Introduction and bibliography by: Benjamin Hazard

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Introduction and transcription of the text, proofread with annotations by Benjamin Hazard and Kenneth W. Nicholls.

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Manuscript sources

  • London, Victoria and Albert Museum, Library, Clements Collection, Irish MSS, R.23, drawer 5.

Written works and edited editions of Sir James Ware.

  1. James Ware, Archiepiscoporum Casseliensium et Tuamensium vitae; duobus expressae commentariolis. Quibus adjicitur historia coenobiorum Cisterciensium Hiberniae (Dublin 1626).
  2. James Ware, De praesulibus Lageniae sive provinciae Dublinensis. Liber unus (Dublin 1628).
  3. James Ware (ed.), Edmund Spenser, A view of the state of Ireland [...] whereunto is added The history of Ireland by Edmund Campion [...] with The chronicle of Ireland by Meredeth Hanmer [...] and Henry Marleburrough's chronicle (Dublin 1633).
  4. James Ware, De scriptoribus Hibernae libri duo: prior continet scriptores, in Hiberniâ natos; posterior, scriptores alios qui in Hibernia munera aliqua obierunt (Dublin 1639).
  5. James Ware, Librorum manuscriptorum in bibliotheca Jacobi Waraei equitis aurait catalogus (Dublin, 1648).
  6. James Ware, De Hibernia et antiquitatibus ejus disquisitiones (London 1654 and 1658; Rerum Hibernicarum, regnante Henrico VII, annales nunc primum in lucem editi).
  7. James Ware, Opuscula Sancto Patricio, qui Hibernos ad fidem Christi convertit, adscripta in lucem emisit et notis illustravit Jacobus Waraeus eques auratus (London 1656).
  8. James Ware, Rerum Hibernicarum Henrico octavo regnante annales nunc primum editi (Dublin 1662).
  9. James Ware, Venerabilies Bedae epistolae duae; necnon vitae abbatum Wiremuthensium et Gerwiensium. Accessit Egberti, archiepiscopi Eboracensis, dialogus de ecclesiastica institutione; ex antiquis MS in lucem emisit et notis et rem historicam et antiquariam spectantibus illustravit Jacobus Waraeus, eques auratus (Dublin 1664).
  10. James Ware, Rerum Hibernicarum annales, regnantibus Henrico VII, Henrico VIII, Edwardo VI, et Maria ab anno scilicet Domini MCCCCLXXXV ad annum MDLVIII (Dublin 1664).
  11. James Ware, De praesulibus Hiberniae, commentarius. A prima gentis Hibernicae ad fidem Christianam conversione ad nostra usque tempora (Dublin 1665).
  12. James Ware, The antiquities and history of Ireland (Dublin 1705).
  13. Walter Harris (ed.), The whole works of Sir James Ware concerning Ireland (Dublin 1739–64).
  14. James Ware, The history of the writers of Ireland in two books, tr. & rev. by Walter Harris (2 vols, Dublin 1746), vol. 2, 145–57.

Printed source material

  1. Thomas de Burgo, Hibernia Dominicana (Cologne 1752).
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  3. John O'Donovan (ed.), The Tribes and Customs of Hy–Many, commonly called O'Kelly's Country, from the Book of Lecan with translation and notes and a map of Hy–Many (Dublin 1843; repr. Cork 1976).
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  5. W. M. Hennessy (ed.), The Annals of Loch Cé (2 vols, London 1871; repr. Dublin 1939).
  6. Denis Murphy (ed.), The Annals of Clonmacnoise being annals of Ireland from the earliest period to A.D. 1408, translated into English A.D. 1627 by Conell Mageoghagan (Dublin 1896; repr. 1993).
  7. Ambrose Coleman, 'Registrum monasterii fratrum praedicatorum de Athenry' in: Archivium Hibernicum, 1 (1912), 201–21.
  8. M. H. MacInerny, A history of the Irish Dominicans, from original sources and unpublished records (Dublin 1916).
  9. E. J. Gwynn, 'Fragmentary annals from the west of Ireland' in: Proc. RIA, 37C (1924–7), 149–57.
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Further reading on Sir James Ware, Dominican studies and medieval Irish history

  1. Daniel P. Mc Carthy on his website http://www.cs.tcd.ie/Dan.McCarthy/chronology/synchronisms/annals–chron.htm provides detailed information on two traditions of dating in the Irish Annals together with two ancillary articles, 'Chronological synchronisation of the Irish annals' and 'Collation of the Irish regnal canon'.
  2. Anthony à Wood, Athenae Oxonienses: an exact history of all the writers and bishops who have had their education in [...] the University of Oxford (2nd ed., London 1721).
  3. Roderic O'Flaherty, A chorographical description of West or h–Iar Connaught, written A.D. 1684; ed. James Hardiman (Dublin 1846).
  4. Eugene O'Curry, Lectures on the manuscript materials of ancient Irish history (Dublin 1861; repr. 1878 and 1995), 93–107.
  5. Oliver Burke, The history of the Catholic archbishops of Tuam, from the foundation of the See (Dublin 1882).
  6. Francis Burke, Loch Cé and its annals: north Roscommon and the diocese of Elphin in times of old (Dublin 1895).
  7. H. T. Knox, 'Notes on the marriages and successions of the de Burgo, lords of Connaught and the acquisition of the earldom of Ulster' in: Jn. Royal Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th ser., 8 (1898), 414–15.
  8. Martin Blake, 'The Abbey of Athenry founded 1241 with a list of people interred therein' in: Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society (hereafter JGAHS), 2 (1902), 65–90.
  9. Ambrose Coleman, Historical sketches of all the ancient Dominican foundations in Ireland (Dundalk 1902).
  10. H. T. Knox, 'Occupation of Connaught by the Anglo–Normans after A.D. 1237' in: Jn. Royal Soc. Antiq. Ireland (1903), 58–74, 284–94.
  11. H. T. Knox, Notes on the early history of the dioceses of Tuam, Killala and Achonry (Dublin 1904).
  12. Jerome Fahey, 'Some De Burgo castles in eastern Hy Fiachrach Aidhne' in: Jn. Galway Arch. Hist Soc., 4 (1905–6), 1–10.
  13. R. A. S. MacAlister, 'An anecdote of Sir James Ware' in: Jn. Royal Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th ser., 38/2 [5th ser., vol. 18] (1908), 182–3.
  14. Goddard Henry Orpen, Ireland under the Normans 1169–1333 (4 vols, Oxford 1911–20; repr. Dublin 2005), vol. 4, 53–106.
  15. R. A. S. Macalister, 'The Dominican church at Athenry' in: Jn. Royal Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 6th ser., 3 (1913), 197–222.
  16. H. T. Knox, 'The Bermingham family of Athenry with a tabular pedigree of the Bermingham families of Connacht' in: JGAHS, 10 (1917–19), 139–54.
  17. Nicholas Synnott, 'Notes on the family of De Lacy in Ireland' in: Jn. Royal Soc. Antiq. Ireland (1919), 113–31.
  18. Herbert Wood, 'The office of chief governor of Ireland, 1172–1509' in: Proc. RIA, 36C (1921–4), 206–238.
  19. Edmund Curtis, A history of medieval Ireland from 1086 to 1513 (London 1923).
  20. Henry Crawford, 'The O'Connor tomb in Roscommon Abbey' in: Jn. Royal Soc. Antiq. Ireland (1924), 89–90.
  21. Robin Flower, 'Manuscripts of Irish interest in the British Museum: histories and annals' in: Analecta Hibernica, 2 (1931), 310–40.
  22. Newport White (ed.), Irish monastic and episcopal deeds, A.D. 1200–1600 (Dublin 1936).
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  25. Mary D. O'Sullivan, Old Galway, the history of a Norman colony in Ireland (Cambridge 1943; repr. Galway 1983), 9–34.
  26. Aubrey Gwynn, 'Some unpublished texts from the Black Book of Christ Church, Dublin' in: Analecta Hibernica, 16 (1946), 281–337.
  27. Benedict O'Sullivan, 'The Dominicans in mediaeval Dublin' in: Dublin Historical Record, 9 (1947), 41–58.
  28. William Hinnebusch, The early English friars preachers (Rome 1951).
  29. J. J. McNamee, 'Ardacha Dominicans' in: Jn. Ardagh and Clonmacnoise Antiq. Soc., 2/12 (1951) 5–27.
  30. Kathleen Hughes, 'A manuscript of Sir James Ware: British Museum Additional 4788' in: Proc. RIA, 55C (1952–3), 111–16.
  31. Stuart Piggott, 'Antiquarian thought in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries' in Levi Fox (ed.), English historical scholarship in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries (Oxford 1956), 93–114.
  32. Philip Styles, 'Politics and historical research in the early seventeenth century' in Levi Fox (ed), English historical scholarship in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries (Oxford 1956), 49–72.
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  34. Aubrey Gwynn, 'Archbishop Ussher and Father Brendan O Conor' in: Franciscan Fathers (eds.), Father Luke Wadding Commemorative Volume (Dublin 1957), 263–83.
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  1. The words 'obiit' and 'cui' are inserted above the line by a later copyist. 🢀

  2. Taichleach Ua Dubhda, king of Ui-Amhalghaidh and Ui-Fiacrach Muaidhe; for more information about this incident, see John O'Donovan (ed.), The Genealogies, Tribes and Customs of Hy–Fiachrach, commonly called O'Dowda's Country, by Duald Mac Firbis (Dublin 1844), at page 302. 🢀

  3. On his return from the crusades in late 1192, French ports were closed to Richard I of England whereupon he took to travel through Styria and Austria. Richard had made an enemy of Leopold V, duke of Austria, by casting down his standard at Acre. Near the refuge of his brother-in-law, Henry of Saxony, on 20 December, Richard was recognised and captured by followers of Leopold V on the outskirts of Vienna. Six days later, Leopold's horse crushed the duke's foot in a fall. In the following year he handed over his hostage to the emperor, Henry V. 🢀

  4. This scribal error referring to Gilbert de Lacy rather than Gerald. 🢀

  5. This is a scribal error which should read Ardachanus, denoting the diocese of Ardagh or Ard–achadh.  🢀

  6. This refers to Jordan of Saxony, second Master General of the Dominican Order. 🢀

  7. After acquiring the crown of thorns from Emperor Baldwin II of Constantinople, Louis IX of France sent two Dominican friars to bring the relic from Venice. In August that year, the friars arrived at Paris. On orders from Louis IX, the Sainte Chapelle was constructed for the relic's reception in the centre of French capital where the Dominican Order fulfilled a key role in its custody. See Benedicta Ward, 'Relics and the medieval mind' in International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church, 10/4 (2010), 274-86. 🢀

  8. This refers to Albrecht Suerbeer, known as Albrecht the German.  🢀

  9. This reference to Connor Roe is erroneous and should read Eoin O Mugroin, who, according to the Annals of Connacht, died in that year at Rahugh (Raith Aeda Meic Bric). See A. M. Freeman (ed.), A.Conn. (Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, repr. 1983), 86-7. 🢀

  10. This spelling may have resulted from the scribal contraction used in Ware's original manuscript source. It should read: Humbertus 🢀

  11. Downpatrick 🢀

  12. The other
    side of ye roll.
     🢀

  13. This does not appear to make any sense. Succession lists for the diocese of Killala do not refer to a bishop by the with the forename at this time. 🢀

  14. This entry refers to the Cistercian Tomás mac Fergail Mac Diarmata. 🢀

  15. That is Lough Scur — Loch an Scoir in County Leitrim 🢀

  16. The Annals of Ulster, Connacht, Loch C´ and the Four Masters give this entry sub anno 1270. Led by Aedh O Conor at Ath in Chip, the Connachtmen inflicted the most damaging of defeats upon the earl of Ulster, Walter de Burgo, who died a broken man within a year at the age of forty-four. 🢀

  17. Also known as Germanus. 🢀

  18. This refers to Theobald, 5th chief Butler of Ireland, born in 1269. He was succeeded by his younger brother Edmund. 🢀

  19. The Irish form of this name is: Aodh hAinmereach 🢀

  20. Also known as Murchetach. 🢀

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