CELT document T100002A

The Annals of Tigernach

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Edited by Gearóid Mac Niocaill

The Annals of Tigernach

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T488
     T488.0

    K. ui.

     T488.1

    The rest of St Cianán of Duleek. It is to him that Patrick gave his gospels.

T489
     T489.0

    K. i.

     T489.1

    The rest of bishop Mac Caille.

     489.2

    The battle of Cellosnad in Mag Fea, wherein fell Aongus son of Nadfraech and his wife, and Ethne the Horrible, daughter of Cremthann son of Éanna Cennselach. The victors were Illann son of Dungal and his brother Ailill, and Eochaidh the Wounder, and Muircheartach, son Erc, king of Ailech. Hence it was said:

    1. The branch of a great bushy tree died
      praisworthy Aongus, son of Nadfraech,
      He was left by Illann of the graces
      in the battle at sloping Cellosnad.
    2. Illann and Muircheartach,
      Ailill and strong, wilful Eochaidh
      the battle of Cellosnad
      with praiseworthy Aongus of Munster.

     p.121
     T489.3

    The death of Muireadhach Redneck and his Eochaidh took the kingship of Ulaid.

T490
     T490.0

    Kl.ii.

     T490.1

    Zeno August lost his life in the seventh year and the sixth month.

     T490.2

    These months and six months of Marchan add a year which the chronicle don't add.

T491
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    K. ui.

     T491.1

    Anastasius ruled for 28 years.

     T491.2

    Patrick archbishop and apostle of the Irish in the hundred and twentieth year of his life, on the 16th April rested.

    1. From Christ's birth a pleasant step,
      four hundred on fair ninety,
      three noble years after that
      to the death of Patrick the chief apostle

T492
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    K. uii.

     T492.1

    Trasamundus Vandalus Vandalorum the king closed the Catholic churches and sent off 120 bishops in exile to Sardinia.

 p.122
T493
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    K. ui.

     493.1

    The battle of Srath.

     493.2

    Felix the pope rested, to whom Gelasius papa succeeded for 3 years

T494
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    K. uii.

     494.1

    The battle of Tailtiu gained over Leinster by Cairbre son of Niall.

T495
     T495.0

    K. i.

     T495.1

    The second battle of Grane, wherein Fraech son of Fidchadh, king of South Leinster, fell by Eochaidh, son of Cairbre. Eochaidh was victor.

T496
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    K. ii.

     496.1

    The rest of Cuindid son of Cathbad, i.e. Mac Cuilinn, bishop of Lusk.

     T496.2

    A defect of the sun appeared.

     T496.3

    The storming of Downpatrick.

     T496.4

    Gelasius rested.

T497
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    K. iiii..

     T497.1

    Of the Roman church, 48. Anastasius the pope, ordained, lived for 2 years.

     T497.2

    The battle of Sleamain in Meath won over Leinster by Cairbre mac Neill.

     p.123
     497.3

    MoChae of Naendrdruim died

     497.4

    Bishop Cormac, of the Ernide, a successor of Patrick, rested.

T498
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    K. u.

     T498.1

    A huge stir of the land struck the Pontica province.

     T498.2

    Anastasius the pope rested.

T499
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    K. ui.

     T499.1

    49 of the Roman church. Simacus the pope lived for 15 years.

     T499.2

    The battle of Cenn Ailbe gained over Leinster by Cairbre son of Niall.

T500
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    K. uii.

     500.1

    The battle of Segais gained by Muireadach son of Erca over Duach of the Brazen Tongue, king of Connacht, wherein Duach fell. Hence Cennfaelad sang::

    1. The battle of Segais
      A woman of women caused it.
      Red blood was on spear
      By Duiseach, daughter of Duach.
    2. The battle of Dela, the battle of Murcuma,
      And the battle of Tuaim Druba,
      With the battle of Segsa wherein fell
      Duach of the Brazen tongue.

 p.124
T501
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    K. i.

     T501.1

    Pope Simacus among the many works of the churches qhich he created from fundaments or renewed prisca to blessed Peter and Paul and Laurence he built a dwelling-place for the poor, and every year through Africa or Sardinia were cash and clothing supplied to the bishops in exile.

     T501.2

    The battle of Druim Loghmag gained by the Leinstermen over the Uí Néill.

     T501.3

    Feargus Mór son of Earc with the people of Dalriada held a part of Britain, and there he died.

     T501.4

    Eoghan Bél ruled for 42 years in Cruachain.

T502
     T502.0

    K. iii.

     T502.1

    The battle of Inde Mór, in the district of Uí  7a2 Gabla, gained by the Leinstermen over Illand son of Dunlang in which Muircheartach son of Erc was the victor.

     T502.2

    The death of bishop Iubar on the ninth of the Kalends of May, whose age was 303.

 p.125
T503
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    K. iii.

T504
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    K. u.

T505
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    K. uii.

     T505.1

    Cerban bishop of Ferta Cerbáin died.

     T505.2

    The battle of Mano gained by Aedán son of Gabrán.

T506
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    K. i.

     T506.1

    The death of Bruide son of Maelchú, king of the Picts.

     T506.2

    The death of Domhangort son of Nisse, king of Scotland.

T507
     T507.0

    K. ii.

     T507.1

    The battle of Fremainn in Meath gained by Failge Berraid over Fiacha son of Niall. Whence this was said:

    1. IThe other king, mention ye him,
      Fiachra son of Niall, conceal him not,
      'Tis over him tar cremla cille,
      The battle of Fremainn in Meath was gained.

T508
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    K. iii.

509
     509.0

    K. u.

     T509.1

    The battle of Ard Corann.

     p.126
     T509.2

    The death of Lugaid son of Loeguire king of Tara in Achad Farcha, to wit, a fiery bolt from heaven killed him after he had renounced the Tálchenn.

     T509.3

    Eochaidh son of Muireadhach died. Cairell son of Muireadhach Mundeirg in the kingship of Ulaid.

T510
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    K. ui.

     T510.1

    Muircheartach son of Erc took the kingship of Ireland.

T511
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    K. uii.

     T511.1

    MacNissi i.e. Aongus bishop of Connor rested, whose father is said to be Fobraech, whose mother Cneas daughter of Comcaide of Dáil Cetherne, from whom he is called MacCneise.

T512
     T512.0

    K. i.

T513
     T513.0

    K. iii.

     T513.1

    The rest of Earc bishop of Slaine in the ninetyeth year of his age, of whom Patrick said:

    1. Bishop Erc,
      Whatever he would do was right.
      Whoever delivers a just assessment
      Bishop Erc confers a blessing on him.

T514
     T514.0

    K. iiii.

     T514.1

    The birth of St Ciaran son of the arificis.

     p.127
     T514.2

    Simacus the pope rested, to whom succeeded Hormista pope for 9 years, as Marsillinus shows.

     T514.3

    The battle of Druim Deargaige over Foilge Berraide by Fiacha son of Niall, and it is in that battle their portion of Meath as far as Uisnech was taken from the Leinstermen. As Cennfaeladh sang:

    1. Vengeance that day seven years,
      That was the consolation of their hearts:
      The battle on Drommann Dergaige,
      Thence fell the plain of Meath.

T515
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    K. u.

     T515.1

    Dubthach of Armagh died {}

T516
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    K. ui.

T517
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    K. i.

     T517.1

    Comgall of Bennchor was born.

T518
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    K. ii.

     T518.1

    Cainneach of Aghaboe was born.

     p.128
     T518.2

    In the province of Dardania by assiduous movements of the earth 27 castles in one mement collapsed.

     T518.3

    Anastasius the Emperor morte praeuentus, maior octogenario, because in fact haeresi Eutichetis fauens catolicos insecutus est, diuino; fulmi;ne percussus periit.

T519
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    K. iii.

     T519.1

    Justin the elder ruled for 8 years.

     T519.2

    Conlaidh bishop of Kildare fell asleep.

T520
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    K. iiii.

     T520.1

    The battle of Detna in Droma Breg, wherein fell Ardgal son of Conall Cremthainne son of Niall. Colgu Mocloithi son of Cronn son of Feidlimid, king of Airgiall, and Muircheartach son of Erc were the victors.

     T520.2

    Buitte son of Bronach died.

     T520.3

    Columcill was born. Of which it was said:

    1. The fair birth of Colum our cleric
      Today over wise Erin
      On the same festival—no vain saying—
      As the death of Brónach's fair victorious son.

     p.129
     T520.4

    Beoaedh bishop of Ard Carna rested.

     T520.5

    Ailill abbot of Armagh.

T521
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    K. ui.

T522
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    K. uii.

     T522.1

    Hormista the pope gave up, to whom succeeded pope John for 53 years.

     T522.2

    Eochaidh son of Aengus king of Munster rested.

     T522.3

    Crimthann son of Eachach in the kingship of Munster.

T523
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    K. i.

     T523.1

    Iohannes Rome eclesie episcopus.Constantinopoli ueniens ad portam quae uocatur Aurea populorum turbis eí occurrentibus in conspectu omnium rogantí caeco lumen redidit: qui dum rediens Rauennam uenisset Teódoricus eum cum comitibus suis carciris aflictione peremit, inuidia ductus, quia catholicae pietatis deffensor Iustinus eum honorifice suscepiset, quo anno, id est consulis Proui iunioris, et Simacum patricium Rauenne  7b1occiderat et ipse, annó sequente, ibidem subita morte periit, succedente in regnum Athalarico nepote eius.

T524
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    K. ii.

     T524.1

    The falling asleep of saint Brigit in the eighty-eight year of her age, or the mere seventieth as other say.

     T524.2

    Pope John rested.

 p.130
T525
     T525.0

    K. iiii.

     T525.1

    Helderic king of the Vandali ordered bishops to return to exile and establish churches after 87 years of heretical profanation.

     T525.2

    The death of Illann son of Dúnlang, king of Leinster.

    The fierce battle of Luachair above, downwards. Brigit was seen, no empty vision. Noble was the bloody battle of Findabair round Illada's body after death.

     T525.3

    The battle of Luachair gained by Cairbre over the Uí Néill, whereof was said:

    1. The fierce battle of Luachair above, downwards.
      Brigit was seen, no empty vision.
      Noble was the bloody battle of Findabair
      Round Illada's body after death.

     T525.4

    Ailill son of Dúnlang ruled Leinster.

     T525.5

    Iustinus emperor of the Iustiniani created a nephew by his sister, already called the most noble by him, also as the successor to his kingship at the kalends of April. He himself however on the fourth month thereafter lost his life in the eighth year of his emperorship.

     T525.6

    The pause of saint Albus.

     T525.7

    Benedict the monk in Monte Cassina claruit the glory of virtues, which blessed Gregory the pope wrote in a book of dialogues.

     T525.8

    Felix the pope ruled for 4 years 5 months and 17 days.

 p.131
T526
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    Kl. u.

     526.1

    iiiim. cccc. lxxxuii. IUstiníanus Iustini ex sorore nepos regnauit annis .xxxuiii. Belizarius patricius mirabiliter Persis triumpauit, qui, deligente Iustinianó, in Affricam misus Uandolorum gentem deleuit. Kartagó quoque annoexsessionis sue .xcui. recepta est, pulsis deuictisque Uandalis et Gelismero rege eorum capto et Constantínopolim misso. Per idem tempus corpus sancti Antoní monachí diuina reuelacione repertum Alaxandriam perducitur et in eclesia sancti Iohannis Baptistae humatur.

T527
     T527.0

    K. ui.

     T527.1

    The birth of Caemán Brecc.

T528
     T528.0

    K. uii.

T529
     T529.0

    K. ii.

     T529.1

    The battle of Cenn Eich and the battle of Ath Sige gained over Leinster. Muircheartach son of Erc was victor.

     T529.2

    In this year Dionisius composed the Paschal Cycles, beginnig from the year of the Incarnation 532, which is the 248 after the consulate of Lampadus and Orestes, in which year Justinian promulgated the Codex orbi.

T530
     T532.0

    K. iii.

     T530.1

    Uictor bishop of Capua writing a book on Easter claimed errors of Uictor.

     T530.2

    Pope Felix who also was buried in the basilica of St Peter.

 p.132
T531
     T531.0

    K. iiii.

     T531.1

    The battle of Éblenn won by Muircheartach son of Erc; the battle of Mag Ailbe gained over Leinster, and the battle of Aidhne over Connacht, and the battles of Almain and Cenn Eich over Leinster, and the plundering of the Cliu in one year; whereof Cennfaeladh sang:

    1. The battle of Cenn Eich, the battle of Almain,
      Was a conspicuous, wonderful time;
      The plundering of Cliu, the battle of Aide,
      And the battle of Mag Ailbe.

     T531.2

    Pope Boniface ruled for 2 years and 25 days.

T532
     T532.0

    Kl .u.

     T532.1

    The drowning of Muircheartach son of Erc in a puncheon of wne on the eve of All Saints day on the hilltop of Cletty above the Boyne, as has been said:

    1. I have fear of the woman
      Round whom many storms will move,
      For the man who will be burned in fire,
      Whom wine will drown on the side of Cletty.
    2.  p.133
    3. Tis I,
      Taethen daughter of Niall's viceroy,
      And Gamadaigh is my name
      In every place...
    4. Sín is the woman that killed you,
      O son of Erc as I see,
      Many are her names here,
      They will put anyone into ignorance.
    5. Not dear
      Is the woman whose name is Sín,
      Because of a king whom fire will burn,
      Whom wine will drown in the house of Cletty.
    6. The king, son of Erc, turned
      Towards the Uí Néill,
      Blood seeks girdles on every plain,
      He increased the territories afar.
    7. Seven times he fought nine chariots,
      And long will it be remembered:
      He carried off the hostages  7b2 of Uí Néill
      With the hostages of the plain of Munster.

      Sín said when recounting her names:

    1. Sigh, Music, Storm without disgrace,
      Rough Wind and wintry,
      Groan, Lamentation, a saying without falsehood,
      These are my names on one way.

     p.134
     T532.2

    Ailbe of Imlich Iubair died.

     T532.3

    Eochaidh son of Connlac, king of Ulaid.

T533
     T533.0

    Kl. uii.

     T533.1

    Tuathal Maelgarbh reigned for 11 years.

     T533.2

    The sleeping of saint Mochta, disciple of Patrick, on the 16th Kalends of September. So did he write in his epistle: Mochta, the sinning priest, disciple of saint Patrick, salute in the Lord. Whose age 300 hears, as was said:

    1. Mochta's tooth, no empty fame,
      Three hundred years, lasting the tribute,
      Without any error passing it upwards,
      Without juice of a dainty passing it downwards.
    2.  p.135
    3. A man of three days, a man of three hundred years,
      I entreat death, old is the tooth,
      Not welcome is warrior without disgrace
      Into whom the old tooth would be thrust.
    .

     T533.3

    Pope Boniface rested, to whom Mercurius who was John for 2 years 4 months and six days.

     T533.4

    The battle of Great Luachair between two estuaries, gained by Tuathal Maelgarb over the Cianacht.

T534
     T534.0

    K. i.

     T534.1

    Hereto did Marcellinus bring his Chronicle.

     T534.2

    Ailill abbot of Armadh died.mortuus est.

     T534.3

    The birth of Baithin pupil of Columcill.

T535
     T535.0

    K. ii.

     T535.1

    Pope Mercurius rested and was buried in the basilica of St Peter.

T536
     T536.0

    K. iii.

     T536.1

    Agapitus, a Roman by birth, bishop of the Roman church, sat 11 months and 8 days, and was buried in the basilica of Peter.  p.136 The 26 days of Boniface, and the 4 months and 6 days of Mercurius, and the 11 months and 8 days of Agapetus, make up a year and 4 months and 10 days.

T537
     T537.0

    K. u.

     T537.1

    The battle of Claenloch, in which Maine son of Cearbhall fell defending the hostages of Uí Maine of Connacht. Goibnenn son of Conall king of Uí Fiachrach Aidhne was the victor.

     T537.2

    Comgall son of Domongort, king of Scotland died in the 35th year of his reign.

T538
     T538.0

    K. ui.

     T538.1

    Failure of bread.

     T538.2

    Pope Silverius, a Roman in nation, ruled for a year, 2 months and 11 days, who died as a confessor.

     T538.3

    Manchán of Maethail fell.

T539
     T539.0

    Kl .uii.

     T539.1

    The birth of Gregory, the pope.

     T539.2

    Nem the bishop died.

     T539.3

    Uigilius the pope, of Roman nation, ruled for 18years 6 months 15 days, who died at Syracuse and was buried on the via Salaria, as Bede boat{?}

T540
     T540.0

    K. i.

     p.137
     T540.1

    A great mortality called blefed, in which Mo-Bi Clarineach, whose name is Berchan, ... a poet, perished.

T541
     T541.0

    K. .iii.

     T541.1

    Ailbe Senchua Ó nAilella died.

T542
     T542.0

    K. iiii.

     T542.1

    The battle of Tortu by the Leinstermen in which fell Mac Eacha son of Ailill Molt, from whom Fir Chera come.

     T542.2

    The battle of Sligo, in which Eogan Bél, king of Connacht, fell by Fergus and Domnall two sons of Muircheartach son of Erc, and by Ainmire son of Setna and by Naindid son of Dua who were the victors. Whence it was said:

    1. The battle of Uí Fiachrach is fought
      With fury of edges over the border,
      Foemen's kine bellow against spears,
      The battle was spread out into Crinder.
    2. The Sligo river carried off to the great sea
      Men's blood with their flesh,
      They utter paeans over Eba
      Round the head of Eogan Bél.

     p.138
     T542.3

    Cirbre son of Crimthann, king of Munster, died.

     T542.4

    Lugaid, bishop of Connor, rested.

T543
     T543.0

    K. u.

     T543.1

    Tuathal Maelgarb, son of Cormac Caech son of Cairbre son of Niall, king of Tara, fell at Grellach Eilte by the hand of Maolmór son of Argadan, of Conaille Muirthemne. A son of the mother of Diarmaid son of Cearball was that Maelmór, and Maelmór himself fell on that sport, from which is said 'Maomór's murder'.

     T543.2

    The rest of Mac Cuilinn and of Odrán from Letracha.

     T543.3

    Ciarán mac an tSaoir died in the 31st year of his life, but in the seventh year after he began to build Clonmacnois.

     T543.4

    The decapitation of Ambacuc at the fair of Tailtiu by a miracle of St Ciarán i.e. a false oath that a person took by the hand of Ciarán, whereon a grangrene attacked him in his nech; for seven years was he alive with the monks.

     p.139
     T543.5

    Beoid was the name of Ciarán's father, and Darerca was his mother's name, as he himself said:

    1. My mother was Darerca,
      she was not a bad woman.
      Beoid the wright was my father,
      of the Latharna Molt.
    .

     T543.6

    Diarmaid son of Cearbhall took the kingship of Ireland.

T544
     T544.0

    K. ui.

     T544.1

    Tighernach son of Cairpre, holy bishop of Cluain Eois, died.

T545
     T545.0

    K. i.

     T545.1

    Ailill son of Dunlang, king of Leinster, died.

     T545.2

    Cormac son of Ailill, king of Munster.

T546
     T546.0

    K. ii.

T547
     T547.0

    K. iii.

T548
     T548.0

    K. iiii.

T549
     T549.0

    K. ui

     T549.1

    The battle of Cúil Conaire, wherein fell Ailill the Womanly, king of Connacht, and Aodh the Prevailing, his brother. Fergus and Domnall, two sons of Mac Erca, were victors.

     p.140
     T549.2

    Duach Tenga Uma son of Fergus, king of Connacht.

T550
     T550.0

    K. uii.

     T550.1

    A great mortality, that is, the crom conaill or the buide conaill in which these saints rested, to wit, Findia, greatgrandson of Telldub, and Colom son of Crimthann, and Colam of Inis Celtra and Sinell son of Cenannan, abbot of Cell Achaid Drumfhota, and Mac Táil of Cell Culinn, whose name is Eogan son of Corcran.

T551
     T551.0

    K. i.

     T551.1

    The battle of Cuillne, wherein fell the Corco Oichi of Munster through the prayer of my Ite of Cluain Credail.

     T551.2

    The death of Fothad son of Conall.

T552
     T552.0

    K. ii.

     T552.1

    The death of Eochaid son of Connla, king of Ulaid, from whom the Uí Eachach of Ulaid descend.

     T552.2

    Ailill, king of Leinster, died.

     T552.3

    Death of Becc mac Dé the prophet.

     T552.4

    Death of Crimthann son of Briun.

     T552.5

    Fergna son of Oengus, king of Ulaid.

     T552.6

    Cairbre son of Cormac, king of Leinster.

T553
     T553.0

    K. iiii.

     p.141
     T553.1

    The birth of My Lua, grandgrandson of Oche.

     T553.2

    The plage which is called Samtrusc.

T554
     T554.0

    K. u.

     T554.1

    Cathbudh son of Fergus, bishop of Achad Cáin, died in the hundred and fifteenth year of his age.

     T554.2

    Uigilius pope of the Roman nation, fell in 11 years and 18 days, and was buried in the basilica of blessed Peter.

     T554.3

    The birth of Coeman of Liath.

T555
     T555.0

    K. ui.

T556
     T556.0

    K. uii.

     T556.1

    Duach Tenga Uma, king of Connacht, died.

     T556.2

    The battle of Druim Cleithe wherein Ferdia, grandson of Fidbad, king of Ulaid, fell by Deman son of Cairell and by the Uí Echach of the Ard.

     T556.3

    Eochaid Dryflesh, king of connacht.

     T556.4

    Neasan the leprous paused.

T557
     T557.0

    K. ii.

     T557.1

    Murder of Colman the Great, son of Diarmaid, in his chariot,  p.142 by Dubslait grandson of Tren, of the Picts.

     T557.2

    The church of Bennchar was founded.

     T557.3

    Aodh son of Eachach Tirmcharna, king of Connacht.

T558
     T558.0

    K. iii.

     T558.1

    Brénainn founded the church of Clonfert.

    1. Since Ellta's great grandson took it,
      Brendan with all his perfections,
      If it be not the better, it is not the worse,
      From that to this Clonfert.

     T558.2

    1K.The rise of Brenand in his chariot in the air.

T559
     T559.0

    K. iiii.

     T559.1

    The last Assembly of Tara by Diarmaid son of Cearball.

     T559.2

    The death of Gabrán son of Domangort, king of Alba.

     T559.3

    Flaigh of the Scots before Bruide son of Maelchon, king of the Picts.

     p.143
     T559.4

    The death of Curnán son of Aodh son of Eochaidh Tirmcarna, by Diarmaid son of Cearball while under Columcill's protection, and that is one of the causes of the battle of Cúil Dremne.

T560
     T560.0

    K. u.

     T560.1

    The battle of Cúil Dremne gained over Diarmaid son of Cerball. Forgus and Domnall, two sons of Muircheartach mac Erca and Ainmire son of Setna, and Ninnid and Duach and Aodh, son of Eochaidh Dryflesh, king of Connacht, were victors through the prayer of Columcill, who said:

    1. O God,
      Why keepest though not the mist off from us,
      if perchance we may reckon the number
      of the host that deprives us of judgments.
    2. A host that marches around a cairn,
      'Tis a son of storm that betrays them.
      He is my druid that denies me not,
      The Son of God it is who will work with me.
    3. Beautiful it makes the onset,
      Baetán's steed before the host,
      It seems good to Baetán of the yellow hair,
      It will bear its burden upon it.

     p.144

    Fraechán son of Teniusán, it is he that made the druid's fence for Diarmaid. Tuatán son of Dimmán son of Sarán son of Cormac son of Eoghan, it is he that overturned the druid's fence. Maiglinde went across it, and he alone was slain.

T561
     T561.0

    K. uii.

     T561.1

    The battle of Cúil Uinsenn in Tebtha, gained over Diarmaid son of Cearbhall by Aodh son of Brénann, king of Tebtha, in which Diarmaid took to flight.

T562
     T562.0

    K. i.

     T562.1

    The navigation of Columcill to the island of Ie in the 45th year of his age.

     p.145
     T562.2

    The battle of Móin Daire Laothair gained over the Picts by the Uí Néill of the north, wherein fell seven Pictish kings, including Aodh Brecc. Baetán son of Conn, with two Picts fought it against the Picts, and the Kindred of Eogan and of Conall fought.it, hired by the recompense of the Lea and Ard Eolairg. Whereof Cennfaelad sang:

    1. Weapons stretched, men stretched,
      On the red bog of Daire Lothair,
      Cause of an unjust partition,
      Seven Pictish kings with Aodh Brecc.
    2. The battle of all the Picts is fought,
      And Elne is burned;
      Fought is the battle of Gabra Life
      And the battle of Cúil Dremne.
    3. They took away hostages after conflict,
      Thence, westward, together with a ... gathering,
      Fergus, Domnall, Ainmire,
      And Nindid son of Dua.
    4. Mac Erca's two sons turned
      To meet the same battle
      And the king Ainmire
      Died in the possessions of Setna.
    .

     p.146
     T562.3

    Aodhan hua Fiachrach died.

     T562.4

    K. i.Molaissi of Devenish died.

     T562.5

    Cairpre son of Cormac, king of Leinster, died.

T563
     T563.0

    K. ii.

     T563.1

    Justin the minor ruled for 11 years.

     T563.2

    Natris patricius overcame Totilam king of the Goths in Italy and killed him, who thereafter through the envy of Romans for whom many worked against the Goths, accused to Justin and his wife Sophia that he would ruin Italy by his service, he departed to Naples of Campania and wrote to the people of Lombary to come and possess.

     T563.3

    Colmán Mór son of Cairpre, king of Leinster.

     T563.4

    Diarmaid son of Cearbhall was killed in Ráth Bec in Magh Line by Aodh Dubh son of Suibne Araidhe, king of Ulster, and his head was taken to Cluain and his body was buried in Connere. To whom two sons of Mac Earca succeeded i.e. Forgus and Domnall.

 p.147
T564
     T564.0

    K. iii.

     T564.1

    In this year the Muirgelt was taken on the strand of Ollarba in the net of Beóán son of Indle, namely Airiu daughter of Eochaid son of Muirid. Beoan son of Indle, St Comgall of Bennchor's fisherman, caughter her.

     T564.2

    The rest of Brenann of Biorra, as others say.

     T564.3

    The battle of Cruinde.

T565
     T565.0

    K. u.

     T565.1

    The battle of Gabra Life gained over Leinster by Fergus and Domnall, two sons of Muircheartach son of Erc:

    1. The battle of Gabra,
      And the battle of Duma Achair:
      In each of them died a wondrous man,
      Colcu and his father.
    2. The battle of Gabra,
      Was not a battle of folks that do not fight:
      Twenty died by Faelán,
      From Ailill twenty score.

     p.148
     T565.2

    The death of Domnall son of Muircheartach son of Erc to who succeeded Ainmire son of Setna.

     T565.3

    Death of Daimíne son of Cairbre Damargait.

T566
     T566.0

    K. ui.

     T566.1

    John, of Roman nation, sat for 12 years eleven month and 23 days. He is buried in the basilica of blessed Peter the apostle.

T567
     T567.0

    K. uii.

     T567.1

    The death of Deman son of Cairell king of Ulaid by the shepherds of Bairenn

     T567.2

    Baedan son of Cairell, the king of Ulster.

T568
     T568.0

    K. i.

    1. Femen when it had a king,
      Was not an unvalorous place:
      Today its colour is crimson
      From Ainmire son of Setna.

     T568.1

    The death of Ainmire son of Setna, king of Ireland, by Fergus son of Nellín, of whom was said:

    1. Femen when it had a king,
      Was not an unvalorous place:
      Today its colour is crimson
      From Ainmire son of Setna.

 p.149
T569
     T569.0

    K. iii.

     T569.1

    Murder of Fergus, son of Nelline, by Aodh son of Ainmire.

     T569.2

    Aonnu great-grandson of Laigis, abbot of Clonmacnois, rested i.e. Eanna son of Eogain of Laigis Raeda, holding the principality for 36 years.

     T569.3

    Íte of Cluain Credail and Gillas.

T570
     T570.0

    K. iiii.

     T570.1

    From the death of Patrick 100 years.

     T570.2

    Maenu bishop of Cluain Fearta Bréanainn rested.

T571
     T571.0

    K. u.

     T571.1

    The slaying of Muredach's two grandsons Baetán son of Muredach and Eochaid the Fair son of Domnall in the third year of their reign. Cronan son of Tigernach, king of Connacht, was their slayer. The battle of Luimnech gained by the Cianachta, wherein Cronan himself fell.

 p.150
T572
     T572.0

    K. ui.

     T572.1

    The battle of Femen gained by Cairbre son of Cridan, king of Munster, wherein Colmán the Little, son of Diarmaid, was vanquished, but he himself escaped:

    1. Straight was he from hair to sole,
      A man of true pleasantness, Cairbre Crom,
      Why he got his nickname,
      From being fostered at Cromglais.

     T572.2

    Bréanann of Birr rested.

    1. Woe who says not great is his grace,
      Woe who on his course entreats him not!
      Four score and a hundred years,
      This was the time that he dwelled in the world.

     T572.3

    Baedan son of Ninnid ruled.

     T572.4

    The battle of Tola and Fortola i.e. names of plains between Ele and Osraige, between the communities of Clonfert Mullo and Seirkieran. Fiacha son of Baetán was victor.

 p.151
T573
     T573.0

    K. i.

     T573.1

    The death of Conall son of Comgall, king of Dálriada in the 13th year of his reign, who offered the isle of Ia to Colmcill.

T574
     T574.0

    K. ii.

     T574.1

    The battle of Delgu in Cantyre in which Dunchadh son of Conall son of Comgall and many others of the friends of the sons of Garban fell.

     T574.2

    Brenainn son of Brian died.

     T574.3

    A spark of leprosy and an unheard of abundance of nuts..iiiim.cccc.xxx.uii.

T575
     T575.0

    K. iii.

     T575.1

    Tiberius Constantinus  p.152 in 7 years. Gregory then apocrisiarius in Constantinople, former bishop of Rome, set out books of exposition in Job, and convicted Eutichius bishop of the same city in the faith of our resurrection to err with Tiberius present. For the same Eutichius said that our body in that glory of resurrection would be impalpable and the air of our lungs would be more subtel, against that the dominicus: Touch and see, since a spirit does not have flessh and bones as you see me having.

     T575.2

    The people of Lombardy county invaded all Italy with hunger and mortality, and obsidet that Roman city, to which at that time the king ruling was Albinus.

     T575.3

    The rest of Brénainn of Clonfert.

     T575.4

    Aodh son of Eochaidh Dryflesh, king of Connacht, fell by the Uí Briúin in the battle of Bágh.

     T575.5

    The first peril of Ulad in Eumania.

     T575.6

    The battle of Loch dá Eces.

T576
     T576.0

    K. iiii.

     T576.1

    Rest of Bishop Etchen of Cluain fota Baetan aba.

     T576.2

    The return of Ulaid from Euonia the Isle of Man.

     p.153
     T576.3

    Mael Cothad son of Fogartach son of Cathal, king of Connacht.

T577
     T577.0

    []K. ui.

     T577.1

    The rest of bishop Uinnian moccu Fiatach.

     T577.2

    Benedict the Roman sat four years, one month and 29 days, and was buried in the basilica of blessed Peter the apostle.

     T577.3

    Cairpre son of Crimthain king of Munster died, who ruled for 17 years, to whom succeeded Feargus Scandal, who ruled for 7 years.

T578
     T578.0

    K. uii.

     T578.1

    The battle of Druim mac Earca, where Colgo son of Domhnall son of Muircheartach fell. Aodh son of Ainmire was the victor.

     T578.2

    Cennfhaeladh king of the Picts died.

T579
     T579.0

    K. i.

     T579.1

    The battle of Mano in which the victor was Aodán son of Gabrán.

     T579.2

    Feargna son of Caiblene died.

     T579.3

    Baedán son of Cairell, king of Ulaid, died. Aodh Dub son of Suibne became king of Ulaid.

 p.154
T580
     T580.0

    K. ii.

     T580.1

    The battle of Mano in which the victor was Aodhán son of Gabrán.

     T580.2

    Feargna son of Caiblene died and this is the truth of it.

T581
     T581.0

    K. iiii.

     T581.1

    The death of Bruide son of Maelchú, king of the Picts.

     T581.2

    The death of Fearadhach son of Dua king of Ossory, killed by his own.

     T581.3

    Pilagius the Roman in nation sat 10 years 6 months 10 days.

T582
     T582.0

    K. u.

     T582.1

    Mauricius (i.e. Muiris) for 21 years.

     T582.2

    The king of the Goths was an Arian and by (this) Arian his son was seized in order to make him an unbeliever, and he cast the son bound in fetters into prison, and did not let him, until he believed firmly: so because of that belief it came to pass that he was made a king and a martyr, and God chose him, as king and martyr, into the heavenly kingdom. And his brother Ricaredus came, after his father, to the province, that he might receive the kingdom of the Goths, and he received the realm completely; and through the teaching of the bishop Leonardus, he and his kindred turned fully to the Faith.

     T582.3

    And in that same year Gregory of Rome began to hold a synod, and by his orders four and twenty bishops came to that synod, and discussed the difficulties and contentions  p.155 of Church. At the end of fourteen years of the lordship of the king, that convention was commenced in Peter's place in Rome, and this is the final resolution to which they came: they appointed Mellito and Johannes and Augustinus to teach and preach in Britain and in England and in the province. And God heard their intercessions and their requests, and wrought for them great miracles and marvels, and sent with them many godly, holy monks; and these sowed belief and devotion in the provinces into which they were sent. And on that occasion Aethelbert the king turned to the Faith, and all the province with him, and he was made a bishop; and the Saxons believed in Augustinus, and 'tis he that was bishop in London. And Gregory sent writings to Augustinus to give him the rank of archbishop. At the end of twelve years after his coming from the east the rank of archbishop was conferred upon him. Gregorius, Londini quoque et Eboraci episcopos, accepto a sede apostolica pallio, metropolitanos esse debere decernit.

     p.156
     T582.4

    Feargus Scandal king of Munster died, to whom succeeded Feidhlimidh son of Tighernach, who king{}

     T582.5

    The rest of Fergus, bishop of Druim Lethglaise, who founded Cell Biain.

     T582.6

    Mael Cothaigh, king of Connacht, rested.

     T582.7

    Aodh, king of Connacht.

     T582.8

    Mo Chaeme ab Tiri Da Glass.

     T582.9

    Mosis of the sons of Eratannus according to others.

T583
     T583.0

    K. ui.

     T583.1

    The rest of Mac Nisse, abbot of Clonmacnois.

     T583.2

    Aodh son of Suibne, king of Maonmhagh, died.

     T583.3

    Ruadhan of Lothra rested according to others.

T584
     T584.0

    K. uii.

     T584.1

    Baedan son of Nindid son of Dua son of Conall Gulban, king of Tara,  p.157 was slain. Cumine son of Colmán son of Cumine son of Libren son of Illadon son of Cerball slew him at the Horse's Leap by the advice of Colmán Becc.

     T584.2

    Aod son of Ainmire took the kingship of Ireland.

T585
     T585.0

    K. ii.

     T585.1

    The battle of Nelach Daethi in which fell Colmán Bec son of Diarmaid, as others say, caesis 5 thousand by the prophecy of Colum Cill. Aed son of Ainmire was the victor. Hence was said: The howling battle was gained over Colum as is related, � by (Tír) Conaill and (Tír) Eogain. Daigh son of Carell died.

    1. The howling battle was gained
      over Colum as is related,
      serigh set srethaib sorann,
      by (Tír) Conaill and (Tír) Eogain.

     T585.2

    Daigh son of Carell died.

T586
     T586.0

    K. iii.

     T586.1

    QuiesThe rest of Carillan bishop of Armagh.

     T586.2

    The rest of Senach, bishop of Clonard.

     T586.3

    The conversion of Constantine to lord,

     T586.4

    and great snow.

     T586.5

    The slaying of Aod the Black son of Suibne Araide, who killed Diarmaid son of Cerball.

     p.158
     T586.6

    The falling asleep of Nathcomi.

T587
     T587.0

    K. iiii.

     T587.1

    The rest of bishop Aed son of Brecc and of Aed son of Brénann, king of Teffa, who offered Durrow to St Columcill.

     T587.2

    And in the same year a torrid and dry summer occurred.

     T587.3

    David of Cell Muni, died.

     T587.4

    Fiacha son of Baedan, king of Ulster.

T588
     T588.0

    K. u.

     T588.1

    Feidhlimidh son of Tighernach, king of Munster, died.

     T588.2

    The battle of Leithri gained by Aedán son of Gabrán.

     T588.3

    The battle of Magh Óchtar gained by Brandub son of Eochaidh over the Uí Néill on the hill above Cluain Conaire Tomáin in the south.

     T588.4

    The obit of Lugaid of Lis Móir.

     T588.5

    The birth of Cumine Fota.

T589
     T589.0

    K. uii.

     T589.1

    The failure of the sun i.e. urchra gréni .i.e, a dark morning.

     T589.2

    Aodh son of Fogarthach king of Connacht rested.

 p.159
T590
     T590.0

    K. i.

     T590.1

    The death of Lugaid of Mismore i.e. My Luoc.

T591
     T591.0

    K. ii.

     T591.1

    The death of Aognus son of Amalgaid.

     T591.2

    Gregory the Roman of nation, his father being Fordian, spent 16 years 6 months 10 days. He was in the time of Maurice amd was buried in the basilica of blessed Peter the apostle in front of the sacristy.

T592
     T592.0

    K. iii.

     T592.1

    The battle of Eudunn Mór, wherein fell Gerthide, son of Rónán, king of Cianacht. Fiachna son of Baetán was victor. Hence was said:

    1. At another time,
      when the soldiers of Baetán son shall enter Bregia,
      the Cianachta will be on the alert,
      they will not be next the shot.

     T592.2

    The killing of Senchán son of Colmán Mór.

 p.160
T593
     T593.0

    K. u.

     T593.1

    The rest of Columcill on the Sunday night of Pentecost, the fifth of the ides of June in the year of his peregrination 35, of his age however 77.

    1. Three years he dwelt without light,
      Colum in his dark church.
      After seventy years,
      A out of his body he went to the angels.

     T593.2

    The death of Eoghan son of Gabrán.

     T593.3

    Aodh Cerr son of Colmán, king of Leinster, rested.

     T593.4

    Brandub, son of Eochaid, became king of Leinster.

T594
     T594.0

    K. ui.

     T594.1

    The battle of Rath in Druad and the battle of Ard Sendoim.

     T594.2

    The battle of Rath in Druad and the battle of Ard Sendoim. The killing of the sns of Aedán i.e. Bran and Domangort and Eochaid Fionn and Artur, in the battle of Circhenn, in which Aodhán was overcome, and the battle of Corann.

T595
     T595.0

    K. uii.

     T595.1

    The death of Cumascach son of Aodh by Brandub son of Eochaid, in Dún Buchet. Whence was said:  p.161

    1. I beseech the mighty Lord,
      Near Cell Rannaireach, 9a1
      May the vengeance for Cumasach
      Be the slaughter of Aodh son of Ainmire.

     T595.2

    The battle of Sliab Cua in Munster, wherein Fiachna son of Baetán son of Ainmire was victor.

     T595.3

    The death of Tibraite son of Calgach.

T596
     T596.0

    K. i.

     T596.1

    The rest of Baithín abbot of Iona in the sixty-sixth year of his age.

     T596.2

    The battle of Dún Bolg gained by Bandub son of Eochaid, with the Leinstermen, on the fourth of the Ides of January, where Aodh son of Ainmire, king of Ireland, fell in the 19th year of his reign and the 66th of his age, and Béc son of Cuanu, king of Oriel, and other noblemen. Whence was said:

    1. At Buach
      The wave pours against the brink,
      It tells tidings, though it be wearisome
      Aodh son of Ainmire, hath been slain.
     p.162

      cuius coniux ceinit:

    1. Tara's little side, Tailltiu's side,
      The side of Aodh son of Ainmire,
      Dear were the three sides
      On which I never look again.

     T596.3

    The beginning of the rule of Colmán Rimedha and Aodh Sláine at the same time.

     T596.4

    Garbán son of Enna, king of Munster, and his brother Amalgaid.

T597
     T597.0

    K. iii.

     T597.1

    Ailithir, abbot of Clonmacnois, rest. Of Muskerry was he.

     T597.2

    Bass Gartnaidh regis Pictorum.

     T597.3

    The Saxons came to the Faith.

T598
     T598.0

    K. iiii.

     T598.1

    The rest of St Cainnech of Aghaboe, who rested in the 87th year of his age.

     p.163
     T598.2

    The battle of the Saxons by Aedán, where Eanfraith brother of Aethelferth fell by Mael Uma son of Baetán, in which he was vanquished.

     T598.3

    urder of Suibne, son of Colmán the Great, by Aod Sláine at Bridon on the stream Suane.

     T598.4

    Sinche of Cluain Lethtengad.

T599
     T599.0

    K. u.

     T599.1

    The Blows of Brandub in Bregia.

     T599.2

    The death of Brénann son of Cairbre, son of Féchéne, king of Uí Maine, from whom is named Ráith Brénainn in Magh Aeoi.

T600
     T600.0

    K. ui.

     T600.1

    Comgall abbot of Bennchor in the 91st year of his age, but in the 50th year and 3rd month and 10th day on the Ides of May rested.

     T600.2

    The battle of Cúil Slemna, in which Colmán Rimid,  p.164 king of Cenél Eoghain, was the victor, and it is there that Conall son of Aod son of Ainmire fled.

     T600.3

    The battle of Cúil Cóel, in which Fiachaid son of Baetnán was victor and Fiacha son of Deman fled.

     T600.4

    The death of Uata, son of Aod, king of Connacht.

T601
     T601.0

    K. i.

     T601.1

    The rest of St Finntan of Clonenagh, great-grandson of Eochaid.

     T601.2

    The battle of Echross in Murrisk between the Cenél Cairbre and the Uí Fiachrach of Murrisk. Mael Cothaig, king of the Uí Fiachrach, was put to flight; Colmán, king of Cairbre, was victor.

     T601.3

    Sinell of Moville, bishop.

     T601.4

    Amalgaidh son of Éanna, king of Munster, died.

     T601.5

    Fingen son of Aod the Black, king of Munster.

T602
     T602.0

    K. ii.

     T602.1

    The killing of Colmán Rímid by a man of his race, who is called Lochan Dilmana. Whereon was said::

    1. Though he be in kingship,
      though he be in right, though his might be over kingfolk,
      behold ye, Colmán Rímid the king,
      Lochán Dilmana slew him.

     p.165
     T602.2

    Murder of Aod Sláine by Conall son of Suibne on the shore of Lough Sewdy. Aod Gusdan, Conall Guthbinn's fosterbrother, and Baethgal Bile slew him. And hence was said:

    1. The counsel was not a prohibition
      To the warriors of Tuath Tuirbe.
      Conall slew Aodh Sláine,
      Aodh Sláine slew Suibne.

     T602.3

    Murder of Aod Rón, king of Offaly, on the Green of Mac Buain, and of Aod the Yellow, king of Uí Maine and Teffia, that is, of the descendants of Maine son of Niall in the Hostel of Da Choca, by the same Conall, in the same die in which Aod Sláine was killed.

     T602.4

    Death of Conall Cú son of Aodh.

     T602.5

    Cú cen Máthair, king of Munster was born.

     T602.6

    Colmán son of Lénín rested.

     T602.7

    Laisrén of Min Drochaid rested.

     T602.8

    iiii.dl.xui.Maurice died.

 p.166
T603
     T603.0

    K. iii.

     T603.1

    Phocas ruled for 8 years.

     T603.2

    The battle of Slabra in which Brandub was defeated. The Uí Néill were the victors.

     T603.3

    The death of Brandub son of Eochaid by his own son in law, i.e. Sarán Saebderc, the erenagh of Senboth Sine. Hence was said:

    1. Sarán the Squinting—a course pure,
      Bright, the erenagh of Senbotha Sine
      No figment �
      Slew Brandub son of Eochaid.
    If the son of Eochaid son of Muireadach were in a pillared house,

      Of whom the Nun of Leinster said:

    1. If in the life of Eochaid's son
      The northerner had come to one,
      The battalion round which �
      Would long since have fled in panic.
    2. If the son of Eochaid son of Muireadach,
      Were in a pillared house,
      I should not carry my full sack
      to the church for the sake of Aed Allán.

     p.167
     T603.4

    Obit of Lasren, abbot of Iona.

     T603.5

    Death of Colmáin, son of Aodh, king of Ossory.

     T603.6

    Aodh Allan reigned for 8 years.

     T603.6

    Ronan mac Colman king of Laigen.

T604
     T604.0

    K. iiii.

     T604.1

    The rest of the abbot of Bangor.

     T604.2

    The death of Aodhán son of Gabrán in the 38th year of his rule, of his age however the 74th.

     T604.3

    The death of the sons of Baetán son of Cairell in Dún Moghna by the son of his mother.

     T604.4

    In the second year of the emperor Foccas, pope Gregory went to the Lord. At the request of Boniface he decreed the see of the church of Rome to be head of all churches, since the church of Constantinople described itself as the first of all churches.

T605
     T605.0

    K. ui.

     T605.1

    Phocas at the request of pope Boniface commanded in ueteri fano quod Pantheum uocabatur, ablatis idolatrie sordibus, eclesiam beate semper uirginis Marie et omnium martirum fieri, ut ubi quondam omnium non deorum, sed demoníorum cultus agebatur, ibi deinceps omnium fieret memoria sanctorum.

     T605.2

    Perse Hierosolymam uastantes uexillum dominice crucis abstulerunt.

 p.168
T606
     T606.0

    K. uii.

     T606.1

    The death of Fiachra the One-eyed, son of Baetán, by the Picts, and the repose of Eochaid.

     T608.2

    Sabunianus a Tuscan by nation held the seat of Peter for 1 year 5 months 9 days and was buried in the basilica of Peter.

T607
     T607.0

    K. i.

     T607.1

    The slaying of Sechnusach son of Garbán king of Cenél Bóguine, by Domnall son of Aod and the death of Conall Redspear son of Daimine, slain by the Uí Meith.

     T607.2

    The rest of Lugaid .i. Molua, great-grandson of Oche.

T608
     T608.0

    K. ii.

     T608.1

    The death of Aodh son of Colgu, king of Airgiall and the Oriors, in pilgrimage at Clonmacnois. Of whom was said:

    1. There was a time when
      When Loch dá Dam was a noble water
      It was not the loch that was noble,
      But the reign of Aod son of Colgu.
    2. A grief to me
      That the friend who loved me lives not,
      Whosoever shall set house-fires
      Through the isles of Loch dá Dam.

     p.169
     T608.2

    Death of Sillán son of Cumaine, abbot Bennchor, and death of Aedán the anchorite.

     T608.3

    The death of Mael-umai son of Baetán and death of Colgu {} son of Fiachne.

     T608.4

    The end of the chronicle of Eusebius.

T609
     T609.0

    K. iiii.

     T609.1

    An army of Ulaid in Bairche was struck with a terrible stroke.

     T609.2

    The death of Mael-dúin son of Aline king of Mugdorn.

     T609.3

    The rest of Colmán Ela, great-grandson of Selle in the 56th year of his age.

     T609.4

    Aod Róin and Aod Laigen.

     T609.5

    Neman, abbot of Lismore.

T610
     T610.0

    K. u.

     T610.1

    Aod Uairidhnach son of Domnall, king of Tara, dies.

     T610.2

    The battle of Odba by Aongus son of Colmán, in which fell Conall Laegh Breagh son of Aod Sláine.  p.170

    1. The whitethorn on the summit of Odba,
      Though it does not cast its sorrowful spears,
      Lawful for it that its colour should be evil,
      A mighty head was in its mouth.

     T610.3

    Phocas died.

     T610.4

    Mael Roba began to rule.iiii.m.d.xcii

T611
     T611.0

    K. ui.

     T611.1

    Herachlius annis .xxii.

     T611.2

    Anastasius Persa monacus nobile pro Christo martirium patitur, qui natus in Perside magicas a patre puer artes discebat, sed ubi a captiuís Christianís Christi nomen acceperat, in eum mox animo tótó conuersus, relicta Perside, Chalcedoniam Hierapolimque Christum quaerens, ac deinde Hierusolimam petit, ubi accepta baptismatis gratia, quarto ab eadem urbe miliario monasterium abbatis Anastasii intrauit, qui postea a Chosroe rege Persarum cum .lxx. martiribus decollatus est.

     T611.3

    Eó tempore exortum apud Scotos in obseruacione pasche errorem quartadecumanorum Honorius papa per epistolam redarguit, sed et Iohannes qui successori eius Seuerinó successit, pro eódem pasca simul et pro Pelagiana haeresí, quae apud eos reuiuiscebat, scribsit.

     p.171
     T611.4

    Rest of Finntan of Antrim, abbot of Bennchor.

     T611.5

    Death of Colmán the fearful.

     T611.6

    The battle of Carleon where saints were killed, and Solon son of Conan king of the Britons fell, and Cetula the king fell. Etalfraidh was victor, who thereafter soon died.

T612
     T612.0

     9b1K. uii.

     T612.1

    To Lua abbot of Clonmacnois, of the Corcu Moga, rests.

     T612.2

    A star was seen at the seventh hour of day.

T613
     T613.0

    K. ii.

     T613.1

    Mael-coba son of Aodh died in the battle of Toa with the Luighne, and Suibne Menn killed him.

     T613.2

    The rest of Diarmaid, third abbot of Clonard.

     T613.3

    The battle of Fidnach.

     T613.4

    Death of Rónán son of Colmán, king of Leinster, to whom Suibne Menn succeeded.

T614
     T614.0

    K. iii.

     T614.1

    The burning of Bennchor.

T615
     T615.0

    K. iiii.

     T615.1

    The burning of Donnán Ega on the 15th of the Kalends of May, with 150 martyrs, and the devastation of Tory Island, and the burning of Connere.

     T615.2

    Up to this yeaar Esidorus wrote his chronicle, saying thus: Eraclius dehinc quintum annum agit imperii, hoc est, in anno quintó imperii Eraclii et quarto religiosissimi principis Sesibuti. Sunt ab exordio mundi usque ad Heraclii annum praesentem, id est, quintum umdcccxiiii.

T616
     T616.0

    K. u.

     T616.1

    Coemgen of Glendalough rested in Christ in the 120th year of his age.

     T616.2

    Bishop Comgall and Eogan, bishop of Ráith Sithe, rested.

     T616.3

    The murder of Colgan son of Suibne.

     T616.4

    Death of Fiachra son of Conall.

     T616.5

    Ravaging of Armadh

     T616.6

    and earthquake in Gaul.

     T616.7

    The death of Fergus son of Colmán Mór, king of Meath, by Anfartach grandson of Mescan, of muintir Blatini. Whence was said:

    1. If Anfartach grandson of Mescan
      Should come to me, into my house,
      I will give him wormy water
      Because of the slaying of Fergus.
    2. Whenever troops of the kindred of
      Colmán shall march by Cuillne,
      Hereof they will ask
      The race of Mescan in Blaitine.

     p.173
     T616.8

    The writing of the Cuimín.

T617
     T617.0

    K. uii..

T618
     T618.0

    K. i.

     T618.1

    Liber, abbot of Aghaboe.

     T618.2

    The death of Sillán of Moville and Fingein son of Fiachra rested.

     T618.3

    Aod Bennán, king of Munster, rested.

    1. Aod Bennán,
      Of the Eoganacht behind Luachair.
      Woe to treasures when he is king!
      Happy the land of which he is shepherd.
    2. When he shakes his shield
      He terrifies his foes.
      Though 'tis a little thing on his back,
      It is a shelter for West Munster.
     p.174 Fruitful were her households.

    Cathal son of Aed, took the kingship of Munster.

     T618.4

    Fingen son of Aed, king of Munster, died. Of whom his wife said:

    1. Munster,
      During the time of Fingen, son of Aed,
      Full were her storerooms,
      Fruitful were her households.

     T618.5

    Cathal son of Aed, took the kingship of Munster.

T619
     T619.0

    K. ii.

     T619.1

    Ailill son of Baetán son of Muircheartach and Maeldúin son of Fergus son of Baetán, and Diucull were slain on Magh Slecht in the province of Connacht.

     T619.2

    The death of Fiachra son of Ciarán son of Ainmire son of Setna, that is, of the other founder of Derry.

T620
     T620.0

    K. ii.

T621
     T621.0

    K. ii.

     T621.1

    Senach the Rough, abbot of Clonfert, died.

     T621.2

    The death of Aengus son of Colmán the Great, king of the Uí Néill.

     T621.3

    Dunchadh son of Eoganán and Nechtán son of Cano and Aed  p.175 died.

     T621.4

    Finghin son of Fiachra Encride died.

     T621.5

    In this time was built the church of Torach.

     T621.6

    Esiodorus finished enumerating years in the books of etymologies.

T622
     T622.0

    K. ui.

     T622.1

    The battle of Cenn Delgten, wherein fell two sons of Libren son of Illann son of Cerball. Conall son of Suibne was the winner and Domnall Breac with him.

     T622.2

    Or in this year the rest of Coemgin.

     T622.3

    Conaing son of Aedán son of Gabrán was drowned. Twas Nindine the poet sang:

    1. The sea's great pure waves,
      And the sun that pursued him,
      Into his weak wicker coracle they flung themselves
      Together on Conaing.
    2. The woman that cast her white hair
      Into his corace against Conaing,
      It is her smile
      That smiled today on Tortu's tree.

     p.176
     T622.4

    Death of Mael Bracha son of Rímid son of Colmán son of Cobthach, and of Ailill son of Cellach.

     T622.5

    The battle of Lindas.

     T622.6

    The battle of Cenn Gubai in which Colmán son of Cobthach, father of Guaire, fell by Ragallach son of Uatu.

     T622.7

    Death of Colgu son of Cellach.

T623
     T623.0

    K. uii.

T624
     T624.0

    K. i.

     T624.1

    Death of Fergna, abbot of Í.

     T624.2

    The rest of Mac Laisre, abbot of Armagh.

     T624.3

    The storming of Ráith Guala by Fiacha. Whence Fiacha said: It was not a �. that was taken.

    1. Fire has seized Ráith Guala,
      Hoard ye a little therefrom.
      Well known is the strength of its beams;
      It was not a {} that was taken.

T625
     T625.0

    K. iii.

     T625.1

    The death of Ronán son of Colmán, and Colmán Stellan died.

     T625.2

    The slaying of Dóir son of Aed Allán. Failbe Flann Fidbad slew him, and sang:  p.177

    1. What profit to me is the slaying of Dóir,
      For I have not slain the little Dóir = Dóir's son
      'Tis then one has killed a chafer,
      When one has killed its chaferling.

    And Failbe was slain in revenge for Dóir. Hence his mother said:

    1. 'Tis the slayiing of a noble,
      'Tis not the destruction of Inis Cóil,
      From which the foemen's shout breaks
      Around the head of Failbe Fland Fidbad.

     T625.3

    Birth of Adomnán, abbot of Iona.

T626
     T626.0

    K. iiii.

T627
     T627.0

    K. u.

     T627.1

    A gloomy year.

     T627.2

    Aodhán son of Cumascach and Colmán son of Comgellán made their way to the Lord.

     T627.3

    The baptism of Etuin son of Elle, who first believed in the regions of Saxons.

     T627.4

    Cormac Caem and Illann die.

     p.178
     T627.5

    Rónán son of Tuathal, king of the Airther, died.

     T627.6

    Mongan son of Fiachna Lurgan, stricken with a stone by Artur son of Bicoir Britone died. Whence Bec Boirche said:

    1. Cold is the wind over Islay;
      There are warriors in Cantyre,
      They will commit a cruel deed therefor,
      They will kill Mongan son of Fiachna.
    2. The church of Cluain Airthir today,
      Good are the four on whom it has been closed,
      Cormac Caoem at tribulation,
      And Illann, son of Fiachra.
    3. And the other two
      Whom many territories serve,
      Mongán son of Fiachna Lurgan,
      And Rónán son of Tuathal.

     T627.7

    Cathal son of Aed king of Munster.

     T627.8

    Maedóc of Ferns rested.

 p.179
T628
     T628.0

    K. ui.

     T628.1

    The battle of Lether Midenn in Drong, wherein was slain Fiachna, son of Baetán king of Dalariada. Fiachna son of Deman was victor.

     T628.2

    Fiacha Finn, king of Cenél Boghuine, died.

     p.180
     T628.3

    The battle of Dún Cethirn between Domhnall son of Aodh and Congal Caoch, wherein Guaire Goillseach son of Furudrán fell.

     T628.4

    The beleaguering of 'Sack of Ashes' Crundmael, king of South Leinster by the Uí Néill.

     T628.5

    Failbe Flann, king of Munster.

T629
     T629.0

    K. ui.

     T629.1

    The battle of Ard Corann, in which the Dáil Riata were victors, and in which Fiachna son of Deman fell by Connad Cerr, king of Dalriada.

     T629.2

    2Lachtnéne son of Toirbéne, abbot of Achad Úr, died.

     T629.3

    The battle of Carn Feradaig in Cliu where Failbe Flann Femin was the victor. Guaire Aidhne fled. Conall son of Mael Duib king of Uí Maine fell and Maeldúin and Maelruain and Mael Calgaidh and Mael Bresaill and many others both nobles and plebeians.

     T629.4

    The vision of Fursu was shown.

T630
     T630.0

    K. ii.

     T630.1

    The battle of Duma Aichir by 'Bag of Ashes' in which he himself fell. Faelán son of Colmán king of Laigin was the victor.

     T630.2

    The battle of Both in which Suibne Menn son of Fiachra was the victor. Domhnall son of Aedh fled.

     T630.3

    Suibne Menn son of Fiachra was killed in Tráigh Brena by Congal Caech son of Scannlán.

     T630.4

    The resting of Columbán son of Bardán, of Dál Baird of Ulster, abbot of Clonmacnois.

     T630.5

    The slaying of Cuman son of Colmán.

     T630.6

    The devastation of Leinster by Domnall son of Aedh.

     T630.7

    Domhnall son of Aedh rules.

T631
     T631.0

    K. iii.

T632
     T632.0

    K. iiii.

     T632.1

    The battle of Fid Eoin in which Mael Caith son of Scannal, king of cruithniu, was the victor.Connadh Cerr king of Dál Riada fell, and Dicuill son of Eachach king of Cenél Cruithne fell and the nephews of Aedan fell, that is, Rigullán son of Conaing and Failbe son of Eachach and Oisric son of  p.181 Albruit, crown prince of England with their utmost destruction.

     T632.2

    The death of Eochaidh Buidhe son of Aedáin.

     T632.3

    the battle of Dún Cethirn, in which Congal Caech fled and Domhnall son of Aedh was the victor, in which Guaire Gaillsech son of Forannán fell.

    1. The battle of Dún Cethirn;
      Which had hot red blood over grey eyes.
      On the track of Congal the Bent
      Were thick-necked comely bodies.

     T632.4

    The death of Cailechnn son of Dimma, by the men of Liathmuine.

T633
     T633.0

    K. ui.

     T633.1

    The death of Conaing Cerr as others say, in the first year of his rule, who was beaten in the battle of Fid Eoin.

     T633.2

    The sleeping of Fintan Maelduibh.

     T633.3

    The death of Aille king of the Saxons.

     T633.4

    MoBai great-grandson of Aldae.

T634
     T634.0

    K. uii.

     T634.1

    The battle of Edwin son of Aelle, king of England, who ruled over all Britain, in which he was conquered by Con king of Britons and Panta Saxano.

     T634.2

    The death of Cinaed son of Luchtren, king of the Picts.

 p.182
T635
     T635.0

    K. i.

     T635.1

    A battle by Cargualaun and Eangrith who was beaten, in which Osualt son of Etalfraith was the victor and Catlon, king of the Britons, fell.

     T635.2

    The battle of Áth Abla, in which Dicull son of Fergus Tuile, fell by Munster.

     T635.3

    Inis Metgoit the monastery of Lindisfarne was founded.

T636
     T636.0

    K. ii.

     T636.1

    The battle of Iudris, king of the Britons, who fell in it.

     T636.2

    The battle of Áth Goan, in the western part of Liffey, in which fell Cremthann Cualann son of Aedh son of Senach, king of the Leinstermen. Faelán son of Colmán son of Conall son of Suibne, king of Meath, and Failbe Flann king of Munster, were the victors.

     T636.3

    Mór Muman, Fingen's wife, rested.

     T636.4

    Éanan of Druim Raite rested.

T637
     T637.0

    K. iiii.

     T637.1

    The slaying of Aed Sláine's two sons by Conall son of Suibne at Lough Drin at Fremann, that is, Congal, king of Bregia, ancestor of the Uí Conaing, and Ailill the Harper, ancestor of the Síol Dluthaig.

     p.183
     T637.2

    Séigine abbot of Ia founded the church of Rechru Lambay.

     T637.3

    The congregation of the Saxons against Osualt.

     T637.4

    Eochaidh, abbot of Lismore, rested.

     T637.5

    The death of Conall son of Suibne in the house of Nat-fraich's son, in Less Dochuinn, by Diarmaid son of Aed Sláine and by Mael Umai son of Forannán.

     T637.6

    The rest of Finntan i.e. Munnu, son of Tulchán, on the 12th kalends of November, and of Ernaine son of Cresene.

     T637.7

    The battle of Segais in which fell Lochene son of Nechtán Longhead and Cumascach son of Aongus.

     T637.8

    The battle of Cúil Caoláin gained by Diarmaid son of Aodh Sláine, in which fell Mael Uma son of Aengus and Colgo the brother thereof.

T638
     T638.0

    K. u.

     T638.1

    The slaying of Ernán son of Fiachtna, who vanquished Mael Fithrig, son of Aed Allán, in the battle of Lethairbe.

     T638.2

    The flight of Carthach .i. Mochutu son of Finn, from Rathan in days of peace.

T639
     T639.0

    K. ui.

     T639.1

    The battle of Moira gained by Domhnall son of Aodh and by  p.184 the sons of Aodh Sláine—but Domhnall ruled Temoria at that time—in which fell Congal Caoch king of the Ulaid and Faolchú with many nobles, among whom fell Suibhne son of Colmán Cuar.

     T639.2

    The battle of Sailtire gained on the same day by Conall the Slender son of Maol Cobha over the Kindred of Eoghan.

     T639.3

    The death of Failbhe Flann, king of Munster.

     T639.4

    The rest of Mochudu of Rahen on the fifth of the ides of May.

T640
     T640.0

    K. uii.

     T640.1

    The battle of Glenn Mairison in which the family of Domhnall Breac was put to flight, and the siege of Etan.

     T640.2

    Crónán great grandson of Laeghda i.e. of the Corco Laige, abbot of Clonmacnois, died.

    iiiim.d.cxuii

     T640.3

    The death of Mochua of Balla.

T641
     T641.0

    K. ii.

     T641.1

    Heracleon with his mother Martina ruled for two years.

     T641.2

    The slaying of Congal son of Dúnchadh.

     T641.3

    The death of Dunsech wife of Domhnall.

     p.185
     T641.4

    The battle of Oswald against Panta in which Oswald fell.

     T641.5

    The rest of Critan in Noendruim, and of Aodh the Black, abbot of Kildare, at first king of Leinster.

     T641.6

    Maolodhar the Blind, king of Oriors, died.

     T641.7

    Molaise Leithghlinne great grandson of Dima, rested.

     T641.8

    Death of Ailill, son of Aed Ron.

     T641.9

    In this time pope Theodore flourished. Cuan son of Amalgaidh, king of Munster. Died.

     T641.10

    Cuan son of Amalgaidh, king of Munster. Died.

T642
     T642.0

    K. iii.

     T642.1

    The battle of Cathair Cinnchon won Munster. Aonghus Liathan from Glenn Damáin was victor, and Maoldúin son of Aodh Bennan fled.

     T642.2

    The death of Brude son of Foth.

     T642.3

    The burning of Maoldúin, son of Aodh Bennan, in Inis Chaoin.

     T642.4

    Comgán 'son of two arts' died.

     T642.5

    The slaying of Maoldúin son of Fergus and of Maoldúin son of Colmán.

     p.186
     T642.6

    The rest of Dagán of Inber Dáile.

T643
     T643.0

    K. iiii.

     T643.1

    Constantine son of Heraclius ruled for six months.

     T643.2

    The death of Domhnall son of Aodh son of Ainmire, king of Ireland, at the end of January in the 14th year of his reign in Ard Folthaidh. iiii.m.d.c.xx. Afterwards Domhnall Breac in the battle of Strath Cruin at the end of the year in December was killed, in the fifteenth year of his reign by  10a2Ohan, king of the Britons.

     T643.3

    Slaying of Ailill, son of Colmán, king of the Kindred of Loegaire.

     T643.4

    Oswy's battle between him and Britons.

    iiii.m.d.c.xxuiii.

T644
     T644.0

    K. u.

     T644.1

    Constatine son of Constantine reigned for 28 years. A question here who took kingship after Domhnall. Some historiographers say i.e. that four persons took it i.e. Cellach and Conall Caol and the two sons of Aodh Sláine i.e. Diarmaid and Blathmhac i.e. there was then a joint sovereignty.

     T644.2

    The death of Uaisle daughter of Suibhne son of Colmán, that is, the queen of Faolán king of Leinster.

     T644.3

    The rest of Crónán bishop of Caendruim.

     p.187
     T644.4

    The battle of Cenn Con.

     T644.5

    The burning of Iarnbodb son of Gartnat.

     T644.6

    Ceallach and Conall the Slender took the kingship of Ireland.

     T644.7

    The death of Scanlán the Great, king of Ossory.

     T644.8

    Aonghus Liathan of Glendamun died, whence it was said {}.

     T644.9

    Cuanu son of Cailchin, king of Farney i.e. the Hero of Liathmuine, died.

T645
     T645.0

    K. uii.

     T645.1

    The slaying of Boguine's grandsons Maol Breasail and Maol Anfaidh, and the slaying of Flann of Enach.

     T645.2

    Mochae of Naendruim rested in Christ.

T646
     T646.0

    K. i.

     T646.1

    The death of Furudrán son of Béc son of Cuana, king of the Uí Mac Uais.

     T646.2

    Lochene son of Fingen, king of Picts, died.

     T646.3

    The battle of Gabra between the Leinstermen themselves.

 p.188
T647
     T647.0

    K. ii.

     T647.1

    The slaying of Scanlán son of Bécc son of Fiachra, king of the Picts.

     T647.2

    Mac Laisre abbot of Bennchor rested.

     T647.3

    Bede was then born. At this time pope Martin flourished.

T648
     T648.0

    K. iii.

     T648.1

    Maol Cobha son of Fiachna, kign of Ulster, was killed by Congal Cennfhada son of Dunchadh. and his colour was like Unto the cloak �. To Dunchadh.

    1. Congal Longhead went
      Round Mael Coba of the gory mantle,
      and his colour was like
      Unto the cloak {}To Dunchadh.

     T648.2

    “Sack of Ashes”, king of Uí Cennselaigh, died.

T649
     T649.0

    K. u.

     T649.1

    Raghallach son of Uatu, king of Connacht, fell by Maol Brighde, son of Mothlachán, and by the Corco Cullu.

    1. Raghallach son of Uata
      Was slain from the back of a white steed.
      Muireann best bewailed him.
      Cathal best avenged him.
    2.  p.189
    3. Today Cathal had no protection,
      Though he slept with kings.
      Though Cathal is fatherless
      His father was not unavenged.
    4. God granted this to avenge him
      atar ailig neet.
      He slays six and fifty men,
      He commits sixteen devastations.
    5. I had my share like everyone
      In avenging Raghallach ...
      In my hand is the grey beard
      Of Maol Brighde, son of Mothlachán.

     T649.2

    The battle of Carn Conaill on Whit Sunday, wherein fell two Cúáns, namely, Cúán son of Amalgaidh son of Éanna, king of Munster, and Cúán son of Conall, king of Uí Fidgeinte, and Tolamnach, king of Uí Liatháin. And Guaire fled, and Diarmaid, son of Aodh Sláine, was victor. Now Diarmaid had marched to that battle through Clonmacnois.  p.190 The community of Clonmacnois made supplication to God that he might come back, safe by virtue of their guarantee. So after the return of the king he offered Tuaim nEirc Erc's Mound with its subdivision of land—Liath Manacháin is its name today—as a 'sod on altar' to God and to saint Ciarán. And he bestowed three curses on the king of Meath if any of his people should consume even a draught of water therein. Wherefore Diarmaid demanded to be buried in Clonmacnois.

     T649.3

    The rest of Fursa in Peronne.

     T649.4

    Mochaomóg of Liath Mór died.

T650
     T650.0

    K. ui.

     T650.1

    The battle of Oswy against Penda in which Penda with 30 kings fell.

     T650.2

    The battle of Dún Cremthannáin, in which fell Aonghus son of Domhnall son of Aodh. The sons of Maol Cobha, namely Ceallach and Conall the Slender, were victors.

     p.191
     T650.3

    The death of Cathasach son of Domhnall Breac.

     T650.4

    The death of Crónán of Movilla and of Mochellóc son of Glaschall.

T651
     T651.0

    K. uii.

     T651.1

    The rest of Aodán bishop of the Saxons.

     T651.2

    The slaying of Donnchadh and Conall, the two sons of Blathmac son of Aodh Sláine, by Maol Odhráin of Leinster, in the mille of Maol Odhráin.

    1. O mill,
      Though thou hast ground much wheat,
      This was not a grinding upon oats,
      Thou groundest on Cearbhall's grandson.
    2. The grain which the mill
      Grinds is not oats, but red wheat.
      Of the saplings of the mighty tree
      Is the feed of Maol Odhráin's mill.

     T651.3

    The slaying of Oswin son of Osric by Maol Odhráin. 3

 p.192
T652
     T652.0

    K. i.

     T652.1

     10b1The decease of Seghine abbot of Iona i.e. the son of Fiachna.

     T652.2

    The rest of Aodh Logha, abbot of Clonmacnois; of the Gailenga of the Corann was he, son of Caman.

     T652.3

    The falling asleep of Manchéne, abbot of Monadrehid.

     T652.4

    The conflict of battle of Cúil Corran, in which fell Cuilene son of Forannán, king of Offaly. Maol Deich and Onchú were victors.

     T652.5

    Cú Gamna son of Suibne died.

     T652.6

    Pope Uitalian at this time flourishes.

     T652.7

    St Caimin of Inis Celtra died.

T653
     T653.0

    K. iii.

     T653.1

    The death of Ferech son of Totalán.

     T653.2

    The death of Tolarg son of Foth, king of the Picts.

     T653.3

    Ultan, great grandson of Conchobhar, and Finnchú of Brí Gobhann, rested.

     T653.4

    DaChua of Luachair, abbot of Ferns.

     T653.5

    The death of Conall Cóir.

     p.193
     T653.6

    The battle of Airther Seola, in which fell Marcán son of Tomán, king of the Uí Maine. Cennfhaeladh son of Colgu and Maonach son of Baithín, king of the Uí Briúin of Brefne, were the victors.

     T653.7

    Maol Dóid son of Suibhne, king of Meath.

T654
     T654.0

    K. iiii.

     T654.1

    Colmán the bishop, great grandson of Telldub, and Ossíne the Tall, two abbots of Clonard, died.

     T654.2

    The slaying of Fergus son of Domhnall and of Fergus son of Raghallach, and of Aodh Beathra son of Cuman, by the Uí Fiachrach of Aidhne.

     T654.3

    Diarmaid and Bláthmhac, two sons of Aodh Sláine, two kings of Tara.

     T654.4

    The battle of Srath Ethairt gained by Tolartach son of Anfrait, king of the Picts, wherein fell Dunchadh, son of Conaing, and Congal son of Rónán.

     T654.5

    Aodh Róin son of Maol Cobha died.

     T654.6

    Fursa rested in Peronne in France.

    1. Fursa's father—a pure, bright saying
      Was Lochín of Aradia.
      This was the boy's mother,
      Gelgéis, daughter of Connacht's king.

 p.194
T655
     T655.0

    K. u.

     T655.1

    The battle of Flescach, where fell Cumascach son of Ailill, king of Uí Cremthainn, in which Crundmaol son of Suibne, king of Cenél Eoghain, was victor.

     T655.2

    The battle of Penda the king of Saxons in which he with 30 kings fell. Ossiu was the victor.

     T655.3

    The death of Crunnmaol Erbolg son of Rónán, king of south Leinster.

     T655.4

    The death of Aithchen of Tír dá Glas and of Cailcene from Lothra.

     T655.5

    Dunchadh son of Aodh Sláine died.

     T655.6

    Laidhgnén son of Colmán, king of Connacht, died.

T656
     T656.0

    K. ui.

     T656.1

    The rest of Ultan, great grandson of Conchobhar, on the second of the nones of September.

     T656.2

    The rest of Suibhne son of Cuirthre, abbot of Iona.

     T656.3

    The battle of Delend in which Maol Déd son of Conaing was killed.

     p.195
     T656.4

    The death of Tolargan son of Ainfrith, king of the Picts.

     T656.5

    The rest of Conaing of Cell Slébe.

T657
     T657.0

    K. i.

     T657.1

    The death of Cellach son of Maol Coba in the Brugh Maic ind óc. .

     T657.2

    The death of Ceallach son of Sarán, abbot of Othain Mór.

     T657.3

    MoChua son of Lonan rested.

T658
     T658.0

    K. ii.

     T658.1

    Dimma the Black, bishop of Connere, and Cumine bishop of Noendruim, and Sillán bishop of Devenish, and Dunchadh son of Aodh Sláine, died.

     T658.2

    The slaying of Ecdoit son of Sechnusach and of Conchenn son of Laidgnén.

     T658.3

    Flodibor king of the French died.

T659
     T659.0

    K. iii.

     T659.1

    The death of bishop Finan son of Rímid.

     T659.2

    Colmán of Glendalough died, and Daniel bishop of Kingarth.

     T659.3

    The death of Eochaidh son of Blaithmic son of Aodh Sláine.

     T659.4

    Conall Crandamhna died.

     T659.5

    Eoghanán son of Tuathalán died.

     p.196
     T659.6

    The slaying of Faelán, king of Ossory, by Leinstermen.

     T659.7

    Ailill son of Dunchadh son of Aodh Sláine died.

     T659.8

    Maedhóg of Ferns rested.

T660
     T660.0

    K. iiii.

    The rest of Cuméne the tall according to some.

     T660.1

    Comméne, abbot and bishop of Armagh, rested.

     T660.2

    Laidhgnén son of Baeth Bannach rested.

     T660.3

    Conaing grandson of Dant, abbot of Imleach Ibhair, rested.

     T660.4

    Abbot Cumíne came to Ireland.

     T660.5

    Mo-Gopoc great grandson of Lám rested.

T661
     T661.0

    K. ui.

     T661.1

    Cuimíne Fada in the 72nd year of his age died.

     T661.2

    Satán Ó Cridan rested.

     T661.3

    Maol Dúin son of Aodh Bennáin died.

     T661.4

    The battle of Ogaman at Cenn Corbadan in which fell Conaing son of Congalach son of Aodh Sláine and Ultan son of Ernine, king of Cianacht, and Ceannfaeladh son of Gerrtidhe, king of Ard Cianachta, in which war Blathmac son of Aodh Sláine was overcome by the friends of Diarmaid son of Aodh Sláine, who are called Onchú son of Saran and Maol Milchon and Cathasach son of Eimine, in which war Faolchú son of Maeluma fell. Here is the end of the rule of Blaithmac, as others say, and the beginning of the rule of Diarmaid.  4

     p.197
     T661.5

    Maonach son of Finghin, king of Munster, died.

     T661.6

    Mael Fuadaigh son of Ernaine, king of the Cianacht, was killed.

     T661.7

    Scanlán abbot of Louth rested.

     T661.8

    Maoldúin son of Furudrán king of Thurles died.

     T661.9

    Conall Glogach of the bells rested.

     T661.10

    Colmán Ó Cluasaigh rested.

     T661.11

    Senodus Constantínopolii facta est sub papa Agathone et Constantino reghe, quae est sexta senodus uniuersalis, senodus episcopus .c.l. residentibus. Prima ením úniuersalis senódus in Nicea urbe Bethiniae congregata est contra Arium .ccc.xuiii patrum temporibus Iuilii pape sub Constantino, id est filio Helene, principe. Secunda Constantinopolíí c.l. patrum contra Macidonium et Euxodium temporibus Damasi papae et Gracianí principis, quando Nectarius eidem urbi est ordinatus episcopus. Tercia in Ephesso .cc. patrum contra Nestorium Aguste, uel Constantinopolis, uel Elie urbis episcopum, sub Teódosio magnó principe et papa Celistino. Quarta in Chalcedone, patrum d.c.xxx. sub Leoine papa temporibus Marciani principis contra Eutichen nefandissimorum praesulem monachorum. Quinta autem Constantinopoli, temporibus Uigilii pape, sub Iustínianó principe, contra Teodorum et omnes hereticos. Sexta hec de qua in presentí diximus.

     T661.12

    Bec son of Fergus and Conall Clocach rested.

T662
     T662.0

    K. uii.

T663
     T663.0

    K. i.

     T663.1

    Guaire of Aidne died, and his burial at Clonmacnois.

     p.198
     T663.2

    The killing of the two sons of Domhnall son of Aodh i.e. Conall and Colgo, by Cerrchenn.

     T663.3

    The death of Gartnait son of Domhnall, king of the Picts, and of Domhnall son of Tuathal, and of Tuathal son of Morgann.

     T663.4

    The rest of Segéne great grandson of Conn, abbot of Bangor, and of Tuenóc son of Findtan abbot of Ferns.

     T663.5

    Indercadh and Dimmai, two bishops, rested.

     T663.6

    Cennfaeladh son of Colgu, king of Connacht.

T664
     T664.0

    K. ii.

     T664.1

    Tenebre on the calends of May in the ninth hour and in the same estate the sky was seen to be alight.

     T664.2

    A great mortality in Ireland came on the calends of August i.e. in Magh Itha in Leinster.

     T664.3

    The death of Cernach the proud son of Diarmaid son of Aodh Sláine, and an earthquake in Britain, and Comgan son of Cuthaende and Berach abbot of Bangor.

     T664.4

    Baodán great grandson of Cormac abbot of Clonmacnoise died.

     T664.5

    In the field of Ithi Fochairt exarsit mortalitas primo in Hibernia, a morte Patricii .cc.iii., prima mortalis .c.xxii.

 p.199
T665
     T665.0

    K. iiii.

    Kl.

     T665.1

    A great mortality.

     T665.2

    Diarmaid son of Aodh Sláine and Blathmac two kings of Ireland, and Maol Breasail son of Maol Dúin died.

     T665.3

    Ulltan great grandson of Cunga, abbot of Clonard.

     T665.4

    The falling asleep of St Fechíne of Fore and of Aileran of the Wisdom and Ronan son of Berach and Maol Doid son of Finghin.

     T665.5

    Cú cen Máthair son of Cathal, king of Munster, died.

     T665.6

    Cormac son of Failbe Flann, king of Munster there.

     T665.7

    Blathmac king of Tebtha, Aongus of Ulster and Manchan Leith bishops and abbats and kings innumerable died.

     T665.8

    Colmán son of Fualascaig of Corco Mogha for one year abbot of Clonmacnois and Cumaine of the Gregraige of Loch Techet, abbot of Clonmacnois, slept.

     T665.9

    Sechnasach  11a1 son of Blathmac began to rule.

T666
     T666.0

    K. u.

     T666.1

    The death of Ailill Flann-ess son of Domhnall son of Aodh son of Ainmire.

     T666.2

    Maol Caich son of Scanlán king of the Picts, and Maol Duin son of Scannail, king of the Kindred of Cairbre, died.

     T666.3

    Eochaidh Iarlaithe, king of the Picts of Meath.

     p.200
     T666.4

    Dubh-innracht son of Dunchadh king of the Uí Briúin Aí died.

     T666.5

    The death of Cellach son of Ugaire.

     T666.6

    The battle of Belfast between the Ulaid and the Picts, in which fell Cathasach son of Luirchine.

     T666.7

    Baithine abbot of Bennchor rested.

     T666.8

    Faolán son of Colmán king of Leinster died.

T667
     T667.0

    K. ui.

     T667.1

    The mortality in which four abbots of Bennchar passed away i.e. Berach, Cuimine, Colum, Mac Aodha.

     T667.2

    The battle of Aine between the Araid and the Uí Fidgente, in which Eoghan son of Crundmail fell.

     T667.3

    The slaying of Bran the Fair son of Maol Octraigh, and king of the Déise of Munster.

T668
     T668.0

    K. uii.

     T668.1

    The journey of bishop Colmán with the relics of saints to the island of Vacca Alba, in which he founded a church, and the journey of the sons of Gartnaith to Spain with the people of Scith.

     T668.2

    Feargus son of Muicedha died.

 p.201
T669
     T669.0

    K. ii.

     T669.1

    The death of Cumaine the White, abbot of I, and Critan abbot of Bennchar and Mochua son of Cust, and the death of Maol Fothartiagh son of Suibne, king of the Uí Tuirtre.

     T669.2

    Itharnan and Corindu died away with the Picts.

     T669.3

    The killing of Maol Dúin son of Maonach.

T670
     T670.0

    K. iii.

     T670.1

    Great snow fell. A great famine occurred.

     T670.2

    The killing of Maol Dúin nepos of Ronan.

     T670.3

    The death of Blathmac son of Maol Coba and the killing of Cuana son of Maol Dúin son of Cellach.

     T670.4

    The people of Gartnait came from Ireland.

     T670.5

    The killing of Bran Finn son of Maol Fothartiagh.

     T670.6

    The death of Dunchadh grandson of Ronán.

T671
     T671.0

    K. iiii.

     T671.1

    The death of Ossu son of Aethelfrith, king of the Saxons.

     T671.2

    The killing of Seachnasach son of Blaithmic king of Tara, at the beginning of winter{?}.

    1. Full of bridles, full of horsewhips
      Was the house in which Sechnasach used to be.
      Abundant were the leavings besides plunder
      In the house wherein dwelt Blaithmec's son.

    Dub Dúin king of Cenél Cairpre killed him.

     T671.3

    Bran Finn son of Maol Ochtraigh, king of Déise of Munster, died.

     T671.4

    Maol Ruba navigates to Britain.

 p.202
T672
     T672.0

    K. u.

     T672.1

    The battle of Dungal son of Maol Tuile, king of Cenél Boguine. Loingseach was the victor. Dungal fell.

     T672.2

    The burning of Armagh and of Tehelly.

     T672.3

    The death of Cumascach son of Rónán.

     T672.4

    Cennfaoladh son of Blaithmac began to rule.

     T672.5

    The expulsion of Drosto from the kingdom and the burning of Bennchar of the Britons.

    iiiim.d.cl.uiii.

T673
     T673.0

    K. uii.

     T673.1

    Justinian the minor, son of Constantine, ruled for 10 years.

     T673.2

    The slaying of Domangort son of Domnall Breac king of Dál Riada.

     T673.3

    The navigation of Failbe abbot of Iona into Spain.

     T673.4

    Maol Ruba founded the church of Aporcrosan.

     T673.5

    The burning of Magh Luinge.

T674
     T674.0

    K. i.

     T674.1

    The slaying of Congal Longhead son of Dunchadh, king of Ulster, by  p.203 Bécc Boirche, son of Blaithmec.

     T674.2

    Clouds thin and shaky to the species of a heavenly arc, in the fourth vigil of night, the fifth day before Easter, from the east into the west appeared through a calm heaven. The moon was turned into blood.

T675
     T675.0

    K. ii.

     T675.1

    A battle over Cennfaelad son of Blaithmec son of Aodh Sláine at Teach Uí Maine in Dál Celtry by Findachta the Festive, son of Dunchadh. Findachta was the victor.

     T675.2

    Findachta Fledach began to reign.

     T675.3

    The death of Noi son of Daniel.

     T675.4

    The death of the son of Pannteac.

T676
     T676.0

    K. iii.

     T676.1

    Columban the bishop of the island of Vacca Alba and Finan son of Airennan rested.

     T676.2

    The destruction of Ailech Frighrenn by Findachta the Festive.

     T676.3

    Failbe returns from Hibernia.

     T676.4

    Congal son of Maol Dúin and the sons of Scandal and Urthuile were murdered.

 p.204
T677
     T677.0

    K. u.

     T677.1

    A comet star was seen alight in the month of September and October.

     T677.2

    Dunchadh son of Ulltán king of Oriel was killed by Maol Dúin son of Maol Fithrigh.

     T677.3

    A battle between Findachta and the Leinstermen in a place close to Loch Gabra, in which Findachta was the victor.

     T677.4

    The conflict of Cúil Maine wherein two sons of Maol Achdain fell.

     T677.5

    Beccan Ruimean died in the Island of Britain.

T678
     T678.0

    K. ui.

     T678.1

    The death of Colgu son of Failbe Fland, king of Munster.

     T678.2

    Findgaine son of Cú cen Máthair king of Munster dies.

     T678.3

    Dairchill, great grandson of Rete, bishop of Glendalough, and bishop Comane, and Maol Dogar, bishop of Ferns, rest.

     T678.4

    The killing of the people of Loarn in Tirinn i.e. between Ferchair the Tall and the Britons who were the victors.

     T678.5

    Tuaim Snáma, king of Ossory, died by Faelán Senchostal.

     p.205
     T678.6

    The death of Drost son of Domhnall.

     T678.7

    A battle in Calitros, in which Domhnall Breac was beaten.

T679
     T679.0

    K. uii.

     T679.1

    The rest of Failbe abbot of Iona.

     T679.2

    Cennfaoladh the wise paused.{?}

     T679.3

    The battle of Tailltiu by Finnsneachta against Beicc Boirche.

     T679.4

    The sleeping of Nechtan

T680
     T680.0

    K. i.

     T680.1

    Colman abbot of Bennchor pauses.

     T680.2

    Cathal son of Raghallach died.

     T680.3

    The slaying of Fianamail son of Maol Tuile king of Leinster, and Foidsechán, one of his own household, slew him for the sake of Finacht.

     T680.4

    The war of Saxons in which fell Almuine son of Osu.

     T680.5

    The deth of Maol Fothartaigh, bishop of Ardstraw.

     T680.6

    Bran son of Conall king of Leinster there{?}.

     T680.7

    A battle in Badbgna, where Conall the Destroyer, king of the Kindred of Cairbre, fell.

     T680.8

    A heavy leprosy in Ireland, which is called Bolgach.

 p.206
T681
     T681.0

    K. iiii.

     T681.1

    The burning in Dún Cethirn of the kings, namely, Dungal son of Scandal, king of the Picts, and Cennfaelad king of the Cianachta of Glenn Gemin, at the beginning of summer by Mael Dúin son of Mael Fithrigh. The battle of Blai Slebe thereafter, between Maol Dúin son of Maol Fithrigh and Flann Fionn son of Maol Tuile, by the Cianachta of Glenn Gemin.

     T681.2

    The death of Conall the Slender, son of Dunchadh, in Cantire.

     T681.3

    Death of Sechnasach son of Airmedach, and of Conaing son of Congal.

     T681.4

    Ciar, daughter of Duibrea, rested.

T682
     T682.0

    K. iiii.

     T682.1

    The slaying of Cennfaelad son of Colgu, king of Connacht, and Ulcha Derg O Caellaige of the Conmaicne of Cúil, slew him after his house had been stormed by the Conmaicne.

     T682.2

    Dunchadh of Muirisc, son of Maol Duibh, king of Connacht, died.

     T682.3

    The battle of Raith Mór of Magh Line, against the Britons, wherein fell  p.207 Cathasach son of Maol Dúin, king of the Picts, and Ultan son of Dichuill.

     T682.4

    The death of Suibne son of Maol Umae, abbot of Cork.

     T682.5

    The Orcades were wiped out by Bruidhe.

     T682.6

    Justinianus ob culpam perfidiae regni gloria priuatus exul in Pontum secedit. iiiim. dcl. xi

T683
     T683.0

    K. u.

     T683.1

    Pope Leo ruled for 3 years.Papa Sergius in sacrario beatí Petri apostolí capsam argenteam quae in angulo obsurissimódiutissime iacuerat et in ea crucem diuersís ac pretiossis lapidibus adornatam, Dominó reuelante, reperit; de qua tractis .iiii. petalis quibus gemme inclusae erant, mirae magnitudínis portionem lighní saluitíferí dominice crucis interius repositam inspexit: quae ex tempore illo annis omnibus, in basilica Saluatoris quae appellata Constantiniana, dié exaltatiónis eius ab omni osculatur atque adoratur populo.

     T683.2

    Dunchadh of Muirisc, son of Maol Duibh king of Connacht is murdered.

     T683.3

    Feargal of Aidhne son of Artgal, king of Connacht.

     T683.4

    The battle of Corann in which fell Colgu son of Blaithmec and Fergus son of Maol Dúin, king of the Kindred of Cairbre.

     p.208
     T683.5

     11b1The beginning of the mortality of children in the month of October.

     T683.6

    The falling asleep of Airmedach of the Craobh Laisre.

     T683.7

    Colmán of Airtech, abbot of Clonmacnois, rested.

T684
     T684.0

    K. ui.

     T684.1

    The mortality of little ones.

     T684.2

    The death of Maine, abbot of Noendruim.

     T684.3

    The battle of Cashel Findbairr.

     T684.4

    Loch Neagh was turned into blood.

T685
     T685.0

    K. i.

     T685.1

    A great wind and shift of land in the island of Ibernia.

     T685.2

    The Saxons laid waste Campus Breg, and several churches, in the month of June.

     T685.3

    Death of Conaill son of Guaire.

     T685.4

    Death of Bresal son of Fergus, king of Coba.

     T685.5

    iiiim.dc.lxuiii

T686
     T686.0

    K. ii.

     T686.1

    Tiberius ruled for 7 years.

     T686.2

    Gisulphus dux gentis Longobardorum Beneuenti Campaníam ighne, gladio et captiuitate uastauit, cumque non esset qui eius impetuí resisteret, apostolicus papa Iohannés, qui Sergio successerat, míssis ad eum sacerdotibus ac donatiis perplurimis, uniuersos redemit captíuos atque hostes domum  p.209 redire fecit. Cui successsit alius Iohannes, qui inter multa operum illustrium fecit oratorium sancte Dei genitricis, opere pulcherrimó intra eclesiam beatí apostolí Petri.

     T686.3

    Hereberctus rex Longobardorum multas cortes et patrimonia Alpium Cotiarum, quae quondum ad ius pertinebant apostolice sedís, sed a Longobardis multó tempore fuerant ablata, restituit iuri eiusdem sedís, et hanc donationem aureis scriptam litteris Romam direxit.

     T686.4

    The battle of Dún Nechtain was carried out on the twentieth day of the month of May, a Sunday, in which Ecfrith son of Osu, king of the Saxons, in the 15th year of his rule completed, with magna caterua of his soldiers was killed by Bruide son of Bile king of Fortriu.

     T686.5

    Tolarg son of Aithican died.

     T686.6

    Domhnall Breac sonof Eochaid the Yellow, fell by Owen king of the Britons in the battle of Srath Carun

     T686.7

    The slaying of Rotechtach and Dargarto, sons of Findgaine.

     T686.8

    The death Banán, wise above everyone, lector of Kildare.

     T686.9

    Forcron abbot of Clonmacnois rested.

 p.210
T687
     T687.0

    K. iii.

     T687.1

    The slaying of Feradach son of Congal.

     T687.2

    The rest for Chumaighanocc abbot of Glendalough.

     T687.3

    The sleeping of Roseni abbot of Cork.

     T687.4

    The death of Osend bishop of the monastery of Fintan, i.e. Mundu, son of Tulchán.

     T687.5

    Adomnán brought 60 captives to Ireland.

T688
     T688.0

    K. iiii.

     T688.1

    The rest of Ségine, bishop of Armagh.

     T688.2

    The killing of Canu son of Garnain.

     T688.3

    Finnachta undertook clericality.

     T688.4

    The battle of Imbliuch Fich gained by Niall son of Cernach the Proud over Congalach son of Conaing, wherein fell Dub dá Inber, king of Ard Cianachta and Uairchride grandson of Ossine king of Conaille. Congalach son of Conaing escaped as a fugitive.

T689
     T689.0

    K. ui.

     T689.1

    Finnachta returned to the kingdom.

     T689.2

    John bishop of Cend Galarath dies.

     p.211
     T689.3

    The slaying of Diarmaid son of Airmedach, king of Meath, by Aodh son of Dluthach, king of the Fir Cúl.

     T689.4

    The death of Cathasach grandson of Domhnall Brecc son of Feradach son of Tuathal son of Maol Dúin son of Conall Crannomna.

     T689.5

    Part of the sun is obscured.

     T689.6

    Adamnán brought back captives to Ireland.

T690
     T690.0

    K. uii.

     T690.1

    Congal son of Maol Dúin, son of Aodh Bennan, king of Munster, and Ailill son of Dungal and Eilne son of Scandal were slain.

     T690.2

    In this year Bede made a book De Natura Rerum and Temporibus et in pagín et in figell.

     T690.3

    The death of Finguine the Long and of Feradahach Méith son of Nechtlecc, and Coblaith  11b2daughter of Canond died.

     T690.4

    Da Beoóc of Cluana Iraird rested.

     T690.5

    Bran son of Conall, king of Leinster dies.

     T690.6

    Justinian the minor son of Constantine ruled for 10 years.

     T690.7

    Gnathnad abbess of Kildare fell asleep.

     T690.8

    Ceallach Cualann son of Gerrthighe, king of Leinster, dies.

T691
     T691.0

    K. i.

     T691.1

    Crónán great grandson of Caulne, abbot of Bennchor, dies.

     p.212
     T691.2

    Theodore bishop of Britain rested.

     T691.3

    Fidcheallach son of Flann, king of the Uí Maine, died.

T692
     T692.0

    K. ii.

     T692.1

    Adomnan in the fourteenth year after the pause of Failbe Ea got to Ireland.

     T692.2

    The moon turned into a bloody colour on the birth of saint Martin.

T693
     T693.0

    K. iiii.

     T693.1

    Iustinianus secundo cum Tiberió filio regnauit annis .ui. Hic auxilio Trebelli regis Bulgarorum regnum recipiens, occidit eos qui se expulerant patricios, et Leonem qui locum eius usurpauerat, necnon et successorem eius Tiberium, qui eum de regno eiectum, toto quo ipse regnabat in eadem ciuitate tempore in custodia tenuerat. Callinicum uero Patriarcham, erutis oculis, misit Romam et dedit episcopatum Ciro, qui erat abbas in Pontó, eumque alebat exulem Qui cum exercitum mitteret in Pontum, multum prohibente papa apostolico Constantino, ad comprehendum Philippicum, quem ibi religauerat, conuersus omnis exercítus ad partem Philippici, fecit eum ibidem imperatorem reuersusque cum eó Constantinopolim. pugnauit contra Iustinianum, ad duodecimum ab Uirbe milliarium, et uictó atque occiso Iustiniano regnum suscepit Philippicus.

     T693.2

    Bruidhe son of Bile king of Fortriu dies, and Ailpin son of Nechtan.

     p.213
     T693.3

    The death of Dirath bishop of Ferns and Bran son of Faelán king of Leinster died.

     T693.4

    A battle between Ossory and Leinster, and therein Faelchur, grandson of Maol Odra, was killed.

     T693.5

    A shower of blood in Leinster, so that it was like streams for the space of three days and three nights.

T694
     T694.0

    K. u.

     T694.1

    Cronan the Little, abbot of Clonmacnois, departed, i.e. Cronan the Little whose kindred was of Cualgne.

     T694.2

    Domhnall son of Auin, king of Ail Cluai dies.

     T694.3

    Death of Cronan of Balla.

T695
     T695.0

    K. ui.

     T695.1

    Finachta king of Irelandson of Dunchadh son of Aodh Sláine, king of Ireland, and his son Bresal were slain in battle at Girley by Aodh son of Dluthach, king of Fir Cul, son of Ailill son of Aodh Sláine, and by Congal son of Conaing son of Congal son of Aodh Sláine. Moling of Luachair made this stave on Finachta:

    1. Twas sad for Finachta!
      Today he lies on a gory bed,
      May he be with the men of heaven
      For forgiving the tribute.
     p.214

      Adamnán sang:

    1. Finachta son of Dunchadh,
      Remitted much to the saint
      A hundred and fifty hundreds of dower-kine
      And every cow with her calf.

      Moling sang:

    1. The gap whereon Finachta was slain,
      imó-reithdis rig riadhai
      Round which kings
      Would run before his spear {}

     T695.2

    The rest of Menn Bairenn, abbot of Aghaboe. 5

     T695.3

    The killing of Tadhg son of Failbe in the Glen of the Hide.

     T695.4

    Loingseach began to reign.

T696
     T696.0

    K. uii.

     T696.1

    The murder of Domhnall son of Conall Crandomhna.

     T696.2

    Findghaine  p.215 son of Cú cen Máthair dies.

     T696.3

    Ailill son of Cú cen Máthair king of Munster.

     T696.4

    Feargal of Aidhne son of Artgal and Fianamail son of Maenach died.

     T696.5

    Lochene Menn .i. a wise man, abbot of Kildare, was murdered.

     T696.6

    Cumeni of Mugdorn rests.

     T696.7

    Congalach son of Conaing son of Congal son of Aodh Sláine died.

     T696.8

    Muireadhach Muillethan king of Connacht dies.

T697
     T697.0

    K. ii.

     T697.1

    Tarachin expelled from his princedom.

     T697.2

    Fearcar Fota dies.

     T697.3

    Adomnan brought a law into Ireland this year.

     T697.4

    The conflict of Crannach  12a1 in which fell Feradhach son of Maol Doith{?}.

     T697.5

    Moling of Luachra slept.

     T697.6

    Britons and Ulstermen laid waste the field of Murthemne.

T698
     T698.0

    K. iii.

     T698.1

    A battle on the Hill of Garrasc in Fernmagh where fell Conchobhar of Macha son of Maelduin, king of the Airthir, and Aodh Oired, king of Dalaradia.

     p.216
     T698.2

    A battle between Saxons and Picts, where the son of Bernith, who was called Brechtaidh, was killed.

     T698.3

    The death of Forannan, abbot of Kildare.

T699
     T699.0

    K. iiii.

     T699.1

    Philipic ruled for one year six months.

     T699.2

    Bouina straghes in Saxonia.

T700
     T700.0

    K. u.

     T700.1

    A cow mortality lit up in Ireland on the kalends of February in the Magh Trego in Teffia.

     T700.2

    Rest of the anchorite Aodh of Sletty.

     T700.3

    Fianamail great grandson of Dunchadh, king of Dalaradia, and Flann son of Cennfaeladh son of Suibne, king of the Kindred of Eogan, were slain.

     T700.4

    Anrothan son of Crunnmael, king of Cenél Eoghain, expelled from the kingdom, in Britain pergit.

     T700.5

    Hunger and pestilence for three years in Ireland so that a man would eat a man.

     T700.6

    Flann son of Mael tuile, king of Cenél Eoghain, the nephew of Crundmael, dies.

     T700.7

    Colmán of Linn Uachaille dies.

     T700.8

    Conall son of Suibne king of the Déise died.

    iiiim.d.c.lxxui

 p.217
T701
     T701.0

    K. uii.

     T701.1

    Anastasius ruled for three years. He had the eyes removed from Philipicum when captured, but did not kill him.

     T701.2

    Luidbrandus king of the Lombards made the gift of the patrimony of Alpium Cottiarum to pope Gregory.

     T701.3

    Ecberctus uir sanctus de gente Anglorum et sacerdotium monachica uita etiam pro celesti patria exornans, plurimas prouincias Scoticae gentis ad canonicam paschalis temporis obseruantiam, de qua diutius aberrauerant, pia praedicatione conuertit, anno ab Incarnatione Dominí .d.cc.xu.

     T701.4

    A mortality of cattle.

     T701.5

    Colmán grandson of Orc, abbot of Clonard, died.

     T701.6

    Ailill son of Cú cen Máthair, king of Munster.

     T701.7

    Conall son of Donennach, king of the Uí Fidgente, died.

     T701.8

    The slaying of Niall son of Cernach, at Drumain Hua Casáin. Irgalach grandson of Conaing slew him.

     T701.9

    Cormac son of Ailill king of Munster died?

T702
     T702.0

    K. i.

     T702.1

    Muiredach Broadcrown, king of Donnacht, died.

     T702.2

    Irgalach son of Conaing was killed by Britons.

     T702.3

    Faeldobhar abbot of Clogher slept.

 p.218
T703
     T703.0

    K. ii.

     T703.1

    The battle of Magh Cuilinn in Aird Ua nEachach between the Ulstermen and Britons, in which fell the son of Radhgann, the adversory of the churches of God. The Ulstermen were victors.

     T703.2

    The battle of Corann gained by Cellach son of Rgallach and by the Connachtmen in which fell Loingseach son of Aongus, king of Ireland, with three sons of his i.e. Artgal and Connachtach and Flann Gerg, and two sons of Colgu and Dub Diberg son of Dungal and Fergus Forcraidh and Conall Gabra, and many other leaders. On the 4th of the ides of July was this war carried out. Ceallach son of Raghallach was the victor.

     T703.3

    Colmán son of Finnbarr abbot of Lismore died.

     T703.4

    Aillean Dingen aedificatur.

    iiiim.dc

T704
     T704.0

    K. iii.

     T704.1

    Theodosius anno uno regnauit. Hic electus imperator Anastasium apud Neceam ciuitatem graui praelio uicit, datóque sibi sacramento clericum fieri ac praespeterum fecit ordinari. Ipse uero ut regnum accepit, cum esset catholicus, mox in regia urbe imaginem illam uenerandam, in qua sancte sex senodí erant depictae, et a Philippico fuerant deiectae, praestino in locó restituit.

     p.219
     T704.2

    The Strages of the Dál Riada in the valley of the Levin Water.

     T704.3

    Adamnan in the 70th year  12a2 of his age, on the nones of the kalends of October, abbot of Iona, pausat.

     T704.4

    Altfrith son of Oswin, called Flann Fina by the Gaels, a wise man, was the king of the Saxons.

     T704.5

    A war on Cloneath, where the winner was Ceallach Cualann, in which fell Badbchad of Meath son of Diarmaid. Fogartach ua Cernaig fled.iiiii.m.dc.lxxxuiii

T705
     T705.0

    K. u.

     T705.1

    Leo annis .ix. regnauit.

     T705.2

    Saraceni cum immensó exercitu Constantinopolim uenientes triennio ciuitatem obsident, donec pertaesí obsidiónis abscederent.

     T705.3

    Luidbrandus rex Longobardorum audiens quod Saraceni depopulata Sardinia etiam loca foedarent illa, ubi ossa sancti Augustini episcopí propter uastationem Barbarorum olim translata, et honorifíce fuerint condita, misit, et dató maghno pretio accepit et transtulit ea in Ticinis, ibique cum debito tantó patri honore recondidit.

     T705.4

    Haec de cursu praeterití saeculi ex Ebreica ueritate prout potuimus ostendere curauimus.

     T705.5

    Ceannfaeladh grandson of Aodh Brecc and abbot of Bennchor fell asleep.

     T705.6

    The battle of Corcomruadh in which fell Celechair son of Coman.

     T705.7

    Ceallach son of Raghallach king of Connacht  p.220 after being a cleric died.

     T705.8

    Congal Chind Magair son of Fergus Fanat began to reign.

T706
     T706.0

    K. ui.

     T706.1

    Da Chonna of Daire and Osséne—of Fremann, of the Callraige of Teffia was he—son of Gallust, the abbot of Clonmacnois, rest.

    Conchobhar son of Mael Dúin king of Cenél Cairpre died. Flann Febla son of Scanlán, abbot of Armagh, died.

     T706.2

    Bruide son of Derile died.

     T706.3

    Conchobhar son of Mael Dúin king of Cenél Cairpre died.

     T706.4

    Flann Febla son of Scanlán, abbot of Armagh, died.

T707
     T707.0

    K. uii.

     T707.1

    Conodar of Fobar dies.

     T707.2

    Innrechtach king of the three Connachts died. king of Connacht Feargal son of Mael Dúin king of Cenél Eoghain king of Eireann, and Feargal son of Loingseach king of Cenél Conaill and Conall Menn king of Cenél Cairbre killed him.

     T707.3

    Coibdeanach bishop of Ardstraw rested.

     T707.4

    The hosting of Conall of Cenn Magair, son of Fergus Fanat, on Leinster.

     T707.5

    Dunchadh hled the principality of Iona.

 p.221
T708
     T708.0

    K. i.

     T708.1

    Cú Cuaráin, king of Cruithne Uladh, was slain by Finnchú, grandson of Raban, and Finnchú himself was killed therefor.

     T708.2

    Fiachra son of Dungal was mortally wounded by the Picts.

T709
     T709.0

    K. iii.

     T709.1

    The battle of Dolo in Magh Elni, wherein were slain Lethlobair son of Eochaid, Cú Allaid and Cú Dinesc.

     T709.2

    The battle of the Hunt in the Fortuatha of Leinster, wherein fell two sons of Cellach of Cualu, Fiachra and Fiannamail, and Luirigh with the Britons of Cellach, and after a little while Cairpre son of Cú Coluim was killed.

     T709.3

    Maol Doborchon bishop of Kildare rested.

     T709.4

    A plague called bacach with the stomachs profluu in Ireland.

T710
     T710.0

    K. iiii.

     T710.1

    Conmael son of Failbe abbot of Iona pauses.

     p.222
     T710.2

    The burning of Kildare.

     T710.3

    Congal Cind Magair son of Fergus of Fanad died in a sudden death, that is, the king of Tara.

     T710.4

    Colman son of Sechnusach abbot of Lothra dies.

     T710.5

    Justinian the second with Tiberius his son ruled for 6 years.

     T710.6

    Feargal son Mael Dúin, began to rule.

T711
     T711.0

    K. u.

     T711.1

    Faelan grandson of Silne died.

     T711.2

    The battle of Sliab Fuait by the grandson of Cremthann king of Uí Meith, where Tnuthach son of Moch Loingsig and Curai son of Aed son of Dluthach fell. Fergal was the victor.

     T711.3

    The attack of the Picts in Campus Manand with the Saxons, where Findgaine son of Deleroith fell by an unripe death.

     T711.4

    Cennfaeladh abbot of Fore died.

     T711.5

    The congress of the Britons and Dal Riada on Lorg Eclat, where the Britons were overcome.

T712
     T712.0

    K. ui.

     T712.1

    Ceode bishop of Iona rested.

     T712.2

    A battle between two nepotes of Aodh Sláine, in which Maine  12b1 son of Niall son of Cernach Sotal was butchered. Flann son of Aodh was the victor.

     T712.3

    The Ulaid were prostrate, where Dubhthach son of Becc Boirche lay dead.

     T712.4

    Two sons of Feradhach son of Maol Dúin perished in the yield of Cenél Laoghaire.

     p.223
     T712.5

    Cú Cearca king of Ossory died.

     T712.6

    A battle with the southern Leinstermen, where Bran grandson of Mael Dúin and his sons fell.

     T712.7

    Dub Guaile abbot of Glendalough perishes.

     T712.8

    Dluthach son of Fidchellach is destroyed by fire.

     T712.9

    The battle of Carn Feradaig in which Cormac son of Maenach and king of Munster fell by the Northern Déise.

     T712.10

    In this year Bede made a great book i.e. Berba Béid.

T713
     T713.0

    K. i.

     T713.1

    Baedan bishop of Inishbofin died.

     T713.2

    Failbe a bishop of the Gailenga of the Corann died.

     T713.3

    Failbe Becc, abbot of Clonmacnois, rests.

     T713.4

    The daughter of Osu in the monastery of Hild dies.

     T713.5

    Cinaedh son of Derili and the son of Mathgernan were butchered.

     T713.6

    Dorbeni received the chair of Iona and when 5 months were completed in primatu on the 5th of the kalends of November, Sunday, he dies.

     T713.7

    Cormac son of Ailill king of Munster was butchered in war.

     T713.8

    Tolarg son of Drostan is tied to his brother Nechtan the king

     T713.9

    Sechnasach king of Ua Maine died.

 p.224
T714
     T714.0

    K. ii.

     T714.1

    A {} battle in Magh Singite at Bile Tened in Asal, gained by Murchadh of Meath, where Flann son of Aodh son of Dluthach and Dub Duin grandson of Beicc fell in another gathering of war and Colga and Aodh Cluasach son of Dermot in the first gathering of the war were killed.

     T714.2

    Dún Ollaig is built at Selbacum.

     T714.3

    Ailen Daingen destruitur.

     T714.4

    Fogartach grandson of Cernach, expelled from his kingdom, went into Britain.

     T714.5

    The slaughter at Garb Salach in Meath in which fell Forbasach grandson of Congaile, king of Uí Failghe, at the men of Meath in one day and the war aforesaid.

     T714.6

    A great dryness.

     T714.7

    A battle between two sons of Becc Boirche and the son of Bresal king of Uí Echach, in which the victors were the sons of Becc.

     T714.8

    In this year peregrines were killed by the Munstermen, that is, the Clairineach with all his family.

     T714.9

    A bright night in the autumn.

T715
     T715.0

    K. iii.

     T715.1

    Cellach Cualann king of Leinster dies, according to some.

     T715.2

    Flann Febla, abbot of Armagh, Cilline the bishop, abbot of Ferns, died.

     p.225
     T715.3

    The slaying of Murchadh son of Diarmaid son of Airmedaig the One-eyed, king of the Uí Néill, by Conall Grant grandson of Cernach.

     T715.4

    Aodh Dubh king of Uí Fidgente. Flaithnia son of Colgu the wise and Mochonda Cuerne slept.

     T715.5

    The hosting of Murchadh son of Bran do Cashel.

     T715.6

    Dorbene abbot of Iona.

T716
     T716.0

    K. iiii.

     T716.1

    The slaying of the king of the Saxons i.e. Osrith son of Aldfrith grandson of Osu.

     T716.2

    Fogartach grandson of Cernach rules again.

     T716.3

    Easter is changed in the monastery of Iona.

     T716.4

    Faolchú son of Doirben took on the cathedral of Columba in the 87th year of his age on the 4th of the kalends of September, a Sunday.

     T716.5

    The death of Céile Tighearnaigh, abbot of Clones.

     T716.6

    Flann Foirbthe son of Fogartach died.

     T716.7

    The death of Artbran, son of Maol Duin.

     T716.8

    Ternoc son of Ciarán dies.

T717
     T717.0

    K. ui.

     T717.1

    Dunchadh son of Cennfaeladh, abbot of Iona, dies.

     T717.2

    Eadulf son of Eouilb dies. obit.

     T717.3

    The expulsion of a family of Iona across the Dorsum Britanie by king Nechtan.

     p.226
     T717.4

    The meeting of Dál Riada and the Britons in a stone called Minuircc, and the Britons are subdued.

     T717.5

    The disturbance of the Assembly of Teltown by Fogartach, where fell the son of Maol Ruaba son of Dub Slébe.

T718
     T718.0

    K. uii.

     T718.1

    The son of Cuthwine king of Saxons died.

     T718.2

    Becc Boirchi  12b2dies.

     T718.3

    The battle of Kells, where Tuathal grandson of Faelchú and Gormgal son of Aodh son of Dluthach and Amalgaidh grandson of Conaing and Fergal his brother fell. Conall Grant was the victor.

     T718.4

    Conall Grant grandson of Cernach at the end of two months after the battle was killed by Feargal.

     T718.5

    Crónán grandson of Eoan, abbot of Lismore, died.

     T718.6

    A tonsured crown is given on the family of Iona.

     T718.7

    These are the wise men who are dead: Fianamail grandson of Bogaine son of Finn, abbot of Inishmacsaint, and Dubdúin grandson of Faelán, bishop, abbot of Clonard.

     T718.8

    Connri son of Congail Cennfhada and Ailill son of Finnachta were butchered.

     T718.9

    A shower of honey pours on Othan Becc, a shower of silver on Othan Mór, a shower of blood on Ráith Laigen, and hence Niall Frasach son of Feargal is thus called, since he was then born.

 p.227
T719
     T719.0

    K. i.

     T719.1

    Airmedhach son of Tadhg and Crichan son of Tadhg, king of the Uí Maic Uais, were killed.

     T719.2

    Drostan Dairthaighe rested in Ard Breccan.

     T719.3

    A meeting with the Leinstermen, where Aodh son of Cellach fell i.e. the battle of Findabair.

     T719.4

    The battle of Finnglen between two sons of Ferchar the Tall in which Ainbhchellach was butchered on the 5th day, the sixth of the ides of September.

     T719.5

    The sea-fight of Ard Anesbi between Dunchadh the Little with the Kindred of Gabrán and Selbach with the Kindred of Loarn, and it was turned against Selbach on the second of the nones of October, the seventh day, in which certain counts fell.

     T719.6

    The murder of the family of Suibhne in Ard Macha.

     T719.7

    Thelaying waste of the Leinstermen 5 times in one year by the Uí Néill.

T720
     T720.0

    K. ii.

     T720.1

    A rainy summer.

     T720.2

    Sinach of Inis Clothrann went to sleep.

     T720.3

    A great seaburst in the month of October.

     T720.4

    Theodosius for one year ruled.

T721
     T721.0

    K. iiii.

     T721.1

    Dunchadh Becc, king of Cantyre, died.

     p.228
     T721.2

    A battle between the Connachtmen and the Corco Baiscinn, in which the son of Tomaltach fell.

     T721.3

    The laying waste of Magh Breg by Cathal son of Finnguine and by Murchadh son of Bron.

     T721.4

    The death of Cuanna of Ross Eo.

     T721.5

    The harrying of Leinster and the binding of the Boroma and the binding of the hostages on Leinster by Fergal son of Mael Dúin.

     T721.6

    Inmesach the religious laid down a law with the peace of Christ over the island of Ireland i.e. in Campo Delenn.

T722
     T722.0

    K. u.

     T722.1

    Maolruba in Apurchrosan in the 80th year of his life 3 months and 29 days , on the 11th of the Kalends of Mai, the third day, rested.

     T722.2

    Maol Corgais of Druim Ing,

     T722.3

    Bile son of Elphin king of Ail Cluaithe died.

     T722.4

    Fear Da Crich son of Congalagh dies.

     T722.5

    Cuanan of Cell Delge and Derir of Devenish, grandson of Colla, Cuana of Druim Cuilinn, Cillíne of Loch Gerc die.

     T722.6

    Feidhlimidh holds the principality of Iona.

     T722.7

    The battle of Almuin between Murchadh son of Bran, king of Leinster and Fergal son of Mael Dúin, king of Ireland on the 3rd of the ides of December, on a Friday. The number of Leinstermen in fact was 9000. These are king of Geniris Cuinn  p.229 who fell in war. Fergal son of Mael Dúin king of Ireland with 160 satellites of his, and Forbasach king of Cenél Bogaine, and Conall Menn, king of Cenél Cairpre, and Fergal grandson of Aithechta, and Fergal son of Eachach Leanna king of Tamnach, and Condalach son of Conaing, and Ecneach son of Colgan king of the Airther, Coibdenach son of Fiachrach, and Muirghius son of Conall. Letaitech son of Cúcarat and Anmhadh son of Orc, king of Rosguill and Hornhead, and 10 grandchildren of Mael Fithrig. These are the kings of the North.

     T722.8

    These are the kings of the Uí Néill of the south i.e. Flann son of Roghellach and Ailill son of Feradach, Aodh Laighean grandson of Cernach, Suibne son of Congalach, Nia son of Cormac, Dub da Crich son of Duib da Inber, Ailill son of Conall Grant, Flaithemail son of Dluthach, Fergus grandson of Eoghan. All this number of kings, and 160 of Fergal's soldiers and others and 9 persons who went made with terror and flew.

      Cú Bretan son of Conghus sang:

    1. I fear a crimson, red battle,
      O man of Fergal, O goodly {}
      Mournful is Mary's family
      Because their house was taken from them.
    2. The leper's cow
      Was slaughtered near the ox.
      Woe is the hand that slew its {}...
      Before entering battle with Bran's son.
    3. If there be anyone whow will delive battle,
      ... against Bran's son,
      More troublesome to me than the wizard
      Is the wail which the leper {}
     p.230

      Nuadha grandson of Lomthuile sang:

    1. Of the destruction of Almain's day,
      Contending for the kine of Magh Bregh,
      A red-mouthed, sharp-beaked raven uttered
      A paeian round Fergal's head.
    2. The noble victory of Almain, not feeble
      I entreat respite from every element
      together with seven thousand, a vast assembly
      And Fergal the great, son of Maelduin.
    3. There perished a hundred gracious lords,
      With a hundred contentious {}
      Together with seven furious flying madmen,
      And seven thousand men-at-arms.

 p.231
T723
     T723.0

    K. ui.

     T723.1

    The burning of Clonmacnois.

     T723.2

    The daeth of Faelchú of Monasterboice.

     T723.3

    Indrechtach son of Muiredach king of Connacht dies in pilgrimage at Clonmacnois.

     T723.4

    The clericalism of Selbach king of Dal Riada.

     T723.5

    Sinach of Telltown dies.

T724
     T724.0

    K. uii.

     T724.1

    Faolchú son of Dorbene, abbot of Iona, fell asleep. Cellenius Longus succeeded him in the rule of Iona.

     T724.2

    The clericalism of Neachtain king of the Picts. Drust afterwards rules.

     T724.3

    The battle of Cenn Delgden, in which fell Fogartach grandson of Cernach. Cinaeth son of Irghalach was the victor, on the ninth of October, Sunday.king of Ireland.

     T724.4

    Cuindles, abbot of Clonmacnois, dies. Of the Sogain of Connacht was he.

     T724.5

    Caoch Scuile, the scribe of Daire Chalgaigh, rested.

T725
     T725.0

    K. ii.

     T725.1

    Cilline grandson of Collae, abbot of Athan Mór.

     p.232
     T725.2

    Mac Craich's island is built.

     T725.3

    Simal son of Drust is constrained.

     T725.4

    Colman Uamach .i.e. professor of writing at Armagh, Ruibin son of the son of Connadh, scribe of Munster, and the son of Broccan from Tech Telle, who was a good master of the gospel of Christ, and Colman Banban scribe, all fell asleep.

     T725.5

    Flight of the Ulaid before Cinaeth son of Irgalach.

T726
     T726.0

    K. iii.

     T726.1

    Neachtan son of Derili is constrained with Drust the king.

     T726.2

    Cilline the Long, abbot of Iona, pauses.

     T726.3

    Dachomda the Devout, bishop of Connere Mór.

     T726.4

    Dungal was removed from rule, and Drust of the rule of the Picts removed, and Elphin reigns for them.

     T726.5

    The slaying of Crimthann son of Cellach of Cualu in the battle of Belach Licce, at an unripe age.

     T726.6

    The rest of Mainchín of Leighlin.

     T726.7

    The slaying of Ailill son of Badbchad in Meath.

     T726.8

    The battle of Maine gained by Cinaeth son of Irgalach over Leinster.

     T726.9

    Eochaidh son of Eachach began to rule.

T727
     T727.0

    K. iiii.

     T727.1

    Death of Aelchu, abbot of Clonard.

     p.233
     T727.1

    The slaying of Eochaid, son of Fiachra.

     T727.2

    The battle of Druim Fornochta gained by Flaithbertach son of Loingsech over Aodh Allán son of Fergal between Cenél Conaill and Cenél Eoghain, where Flann son of Erthaile and Snedgus the Red, grandson of Mrachaide, were slain.

     T727.3

    Conall son of Moudain is crowned with martyrdom.

     T727.4

    The relics of Adomnán are transferred to Spain and the law is renewed.

     T727.5

    Murchadh son of Broin king of Leinster dies.

     T727.6

    The battle of Inis Breguinn in which fell Etersceóil son of Ceallach Cualann and Congal son of Bran. Faolán was the victor.

     T727.7

    Dub da Inber son of Congalach, king of the Picts, died.

     T727.8

    The sleeping of Ceile Crist.

     T727.9

    The slaying of Cathal Corr, king of the south of Bregia.

T728
     T728.0

    K. u.

     T728.1

    The battle of Druim Corcain between Flaithbertach son of Loingsech and Cinaedh son of Irgalach in which Cinaedh and Eudos son of Ailill, Maoldúin son of Feradhach, Dunchadh son of Cormac fell.

     T728.2

    The battle of Aillenn between two sons of Murchadh son of Broin i.e. Dunchadh and Faelan; and Dunchadh the elder was slain and Faelán took the kingship after him.

     p.234
     T728.3

    Flann of Antrim, abbot of Bennchor, dies.

     T728.4

    The battle of Monid Craebe between the Picts themselves, that is, Oengus and Alpíne, it is they who fought the battle, and Oengus routed his foes and Alpin's son was killed there, and Oengus took the royal power.

     T728.5

    A lamentable battle between the Picts at Caislén Credi and the same Alpin was routed and deprived of all his territories and people, and  13a2Nechtain son of Derile took the kingship of the Picts.

     T728.6

    Domhnall son of Cellach, king of Connacht, died.

     T728.7

    On the same day one who was a sage in Munster died.

     T728.8

    Flaithbertach son of Loingsech took the kingship of Ireland.king of Ireland

T729
     T729.0

    K. uii.

     T729.1

    Ecgberht, Christ's knight, died on Easter day, and the Bearded Foreigner, he who was wisest in his time, died on the same day.

     p.235
     T729.2

    A hundred and fifty Pictish vessels were wrecked at Ross Cuissine in the same year.

     T729.3

    Fachtna son of Folochtach, abbot of Clonfert, dies.

     T729.4

    The battle of Druim Derg Blathug between the Picts i.e. Drust and Oengus king of the Picts and therein Drust was killed on the twelfth day of the month of August.

     T729.5

    In this year Bede finished the chronicle, that is, the book of history which he was writing.

T730
     T730.0

    K. i.

     T730.1

    The return of the relics of Adomnan of Ireland in the month of October.

     T730.2

    The son of Onchú, scribe of Kildare, dies.

     T730.3

    The son of Cúcumbu, scribe of Clonmacnois, sleeps.

T731
     T731.0

    K. ii.

     T731.1

    The burning of Coleraine.

     T731.2

    The clericalship of Eochaidh son of Cuthwine.

     T731.3

    THe king of the Saxons constringitur.

     T731.4

    A battle between the Picts and the Dál Riada in Murbolg where the Picts were beaten.

     T731.5

    A battle here between the son of Oengus and the son of Congus. Brudheus beat the fleeing Talorcum.

 p.236
T732
     T732.0

    K. iii.

     T732.1

    The death of Flann of Cualu, grandson of Colla, and abbot of Clonmacnois. Of the Uí Cremthainn was he.

     T732.2

    The slaying of Dathgus son of Baeth, king of the Déise.

     T732.3

    The battle of Connachtmen in which fell Muireadhach son of Indrachtach.

     T732.4

    Gerald, abbot of Mayo of the Saxons, died.

     T732.5

    Caillech daughter of Dunchadh of the Uí Liatháin, a good and benign queen, went to sleep.

     T732.6

    Temen of Cill Garadh, a religious cleric, rested.

     T732.7

    Nechtan son of Derile dies.

     T732.8

    A battle between the Southern Leinstermen and Munster, in which Aodh son of Colgu was victor.

     T732.9

    Sebdand daughter of Corc, abbess of Kildare, dies.

     T732.10

    Fergus son of Conall Oirgneach and Ferdomnach scribe of Armadh died.

     T732.11

    Congalach Cnucha dies.

T733
     T733.0

    K. u.

     T733.1

    Dungal son of Selbach made an expedition into Torach, and another expedition into Inis Cuirennrige, and he destroyed {}

     p.237
     T733.2

    Muireadhach son of Ainbchellach took on the kingdom of Geniris Loairn.

     T733.3

    A further congress between Aodh son of Feargal and Genus Conaill in Magh Itha, where Conaing son of Congal son of Fergus Fanad, and many others, fell.

     T733.4

    Flaithbeartach led the classem{?} of Dal Riada into Spain and great slaughter was was made of them in the island of Oine, where these men were slaughtered: Conchobhar son of Lochene and Branchu son of Bran and many were drowned in the river called the Bann.

     T733.5

    Eochaidh son of Eachach, king of Dalriad, and Conall son of Conchobar died.

     T733.6

    The birth of Donnchadh son of Domnall king of Ireland.

     T733.7

    Uacca uisa est in Delginas Chualand quae ter in die mulsa est, et butirum eius et galmarium multi comedere, cuius forma haec est: unum caput et unum collum, et post scapulam duo corpora cum .ii. caudis et sex pedibus habebat.

T734
     T734.0

    K. ui.

     T734.1

    Rechtabra grandson of Cathasach, king of Uí Tuirtre, died.

     T734.2

    An eclipse of the moon on the 9th kalend of February.

     T734.3

    The disinterment and enshrining of the relics of Ss Peter, Paul and Patrick to fulfil the law.

     T734.4

    Tolarg son of Congus, seized his own brother and delivered him into the hand of the Picts, and by them he was drowned.

     T734.5

    A battle on Mag Itha between Flaithbertach son of Loingsech and Aodh Allan son of Fergal, that is, the Race of Eochaid and the Kindred of Eogan, and therein a slaughter of them was made on both sides.

     p.238
     T734.6

    Taithleach son of Cennfaeladh king of Luighne dies.

     T734.7

    Aodh Allan rules.

T735
     T735.0

    K. uii.

     T735.1

    Oeghethchair bishop of Noendruim pauses.

     T735.2

    The battle of Faughard in the regions of Murthemne, between the race of Niall and the Ulaid, wherein Aodh Roin—he was taken into the oratory of Faughard to be killed—and Conchad son of Cuana king of Coba fell. Aodh Allan son of Fergal was victor.

     T735.3

    The battle of Belach Éle between Munster and Leinster where many Leinstermen and an almost countless number of Munstermen perished, wherein Cellach son of Faelchar king of Ossory fell and two sons of Cormac Rossa king of the Déise. Cathal son of Findguine, king of Munster, escaped.

     T735.4

    Airechtach grandson of Dunchadh of Muirisc, king of the Uí Fiachra of Muad in Connacht, and Cathal son of Muireadach, king of  p.239 Connacht, die.

     T735.5

    The slaying of Flann son of Conaing, abbot of Cell Mór Dithruib.

     T735.6

    A huge dragon was seen in the end of autumn with a great thunder after him.

     T735.7

    Beda the wise man of the Saxons rested.

     T735.8

    MoBricco of Belach Feli paused.

T736
     T736.0

    K. i.

     T736.1

    Aongus son of Fergus, king of the Picts, laid waste regions of Dal Riata and took Dun Ad, and burned Creic, and binded two sons of Selbach with chains i.e. Donngal and Feradhach, and a little after Brudeus son of Aongus son of Fergus dies.

     T736.2

    The death of Fianamail son of Gerrthide, abbot of Clonard.

     T736.3

    The death of Crunnmael son of Colgu, abbot of Lusk.

     T736.4

    The slaying of Maol Fothartaigh, son of Maol Tuile of Leinster.

     T736.5

    A wise man and anchorite of the island of Vacca Alba i.e. Inis Boffin—he was of the Cianachta of Breg— Dublitir, and Samson grandson of Corcran fell asleep.

     T736.6

    Badbchadh son of Conall Gabra, king of Cairbre, died.

 p.240
T737
     T737.0

    K. iii.

     T737.1

    The death of Ronán, abbot of Kingarth.

     T737.2

    Failbe son of Guaire, i.e. the heir of Mael Rubai Apuircrosan, was drowned in a deep open sea with his sailors to the number of 22.

     T737.3

    Conmael grandson of Loichene, abbot of Clonmacnois, rested.

     T737.4

    A reciprocal meeting between the grandsons of Aodh Sláine, where Conaing son of Amalgaidh, Cearnacum uicit and Cathal son of Aodha fell: near the stone of Ailbe on the eastern side was it done.

     T737.5

    A meeting between Aodh Allan and Cathal son of Findguine at Terryglass.

     T737.6

    The law of Patrick ruled Ireland.

     T737.7

    Fiangalach son of Murchadh, king of Uí Mail, died.

T738
     T738.0

    K. iiii.

     T738.1

    Faelan son of Bron, king of Leinster, died at an unripe and unexpected age.

     T738.2

    Tola son of Dunchadh, bishop of Clonard, a worthy soldier of God, rested in Christ.

     T738.3

    Cernach son of Fogartach son of Niall son of Cernach Sotal son of Diarmuid son of Aodh Sláine is killed sadly by his accursed comrades, whom the bull-calves of cows and women of infinite range sadly wept.

     p.241
     T738.4

    The battle of Áth Senaig i.e. the battle of Ucba, on Tuesday, August 19, between the grandsons of Niall and Laigniu is carried out cruelly, in which binales reges celsi uigoris pectoris armis alternatim congresi sunt .i. Aedh Allan mac Fergaile rí Temrach ⁊ Aedh mac Colgan rí Laighen, e quibus unus superstes uulneratus uixit, alius uero militarí mucroine capite truncatus est. Tunc Nepotes Cuínd inmensa uictoria ditati sunt cum Laigenós suos emulos insolitó more in fugam mittunt, calcant, sternunt, subuertunt, consumunt, ita ut usque ad internicionem uniuersus hostilis pene deleretur exercitus paucis nuntiis remanentibus, et in tali bello tantos cecidisse fertur quantos per transacta retro saecula in uno succubuisse impetu et feroci ruisse conflictu non comperimus. Ceciderunt autem optimí duces, Aedh mac Colgan, rí h-Úa Cendsilaigh ⁊ Bran Becc mac Murchadha da ríg Laigen, ⁊ Fergus mac Maenaig ⁊ Dub Da Crich, mac h-úi Cellaigh, maic Trena, da ríg Fothart, Fiangalach h-ua Mail-Aithgen  13b2, Conall húa Aithechda, ceithri maic Floind h-úi Congaile. Eladach h-úa Mael Uidir, et ceteri multi qui compendii causa omissi sunt.

     T738.5

    The slaying of Fergus, son of Cremthan.

     T738.6

      Samthand sang:

    1. If the two Aeds shall come together
      It will be great trouble to forbid them:
      If there is a meeting, tis to me a trouble,
      Aed to be slain by Aed son of Fergal.
     p.242

      Someone else sang:

    1. Since the splendid battle of Uchbad,
      Wherein there was a slaughter of the men of the Féni,
      there is not under the bright {} sun the seed
      Of any Leinsterman in Ireland.
    2. In the vehement battle
      Of Uchbad there fell nine thousand
      Of the keen generous Galians Leinstermen
      Great was the carnage of the men of the Féni.

      Aedh Allan himself made this:

    1. The Aed in the mould, etc.

     T738.7

    A hosting by Cathal son of Findguine to Leinster, and he took hostages from Bran the Little son of Murchadh, and also took great treasures.

T739
     T739.0

    K. u.

     T739.1

    Fergus Glut, king of Coba, and this was his practice, to put poisonous spittles out of his mouth, so that of them he died.

     p.243
     T739.2

    The falling asleep of Samthann of Clonbroney, and the falling asleep of the grandson of Mael Aithgein, a bishop.

     T739.3

    Cuanu grandson of Besán, scribe of Treoit, rested.

     T739.4

    The burning of the family of Domnall in Bodbraith. It is there fell Ailill of Brí Léith in the banqueting house.

     T739.5

    Flann son of Cellach son of Crundmail, bishop of Rechrann, dies.

     T739.6

    Tolargan son of Drostan, king of Athol, his drowning by Aongus.

T740
     T740.0

    K. ui.

     T740.1

    Domnall went out into clerical life.

     T740.2

    The slaying of Forbasach son of Ailill, king of Ossory.

     T740.3

    The slaying of Húa Ailello, lord of Cenél Fiachrach.

     T740.4

    The death of Cellach son of Secne, from Buidech of Conmaicne, abbot of Clonmacnois.

     T740.5

    Dub da Boirenn abbot of Fore dies.

     T740.6

    The falling asleep of saint Bran of Lann Ela.

     T740.7

    Flann Febla abbot of Gort Conaig died.

 p.244
T741
     T741.0

    K. i.

     T741.1

    The death of Connla of Teffia and of Amalgad son of Cathasach king of Conaille.

     T741.2

    The slaying of Murchadh son of Fergal son of Mael Dúin.

     T741.3

    The battle of Carn Feradaig wherein fell Torcán Tiniréid.

T742
     T742.0

    K. ii.

     T742.1

    The death of Airechtach son of Cuanu, abbot of Ferns.

     T742.2

    The smiting of the Cenél Fiachach and the Delbna by Ossory.

     T742.3

    Cathal son of Finnguine, king of Munster, dired, and Flann Feorna king of Kerry.

     T742.4

    Death of Dachua son of Indaige, an anchorite.

     T742.5

    The strangling of Conaing Crag son of Amalgaid, king of Connacht, by Aodh Allan, in which he perished.

     T742.6

    The slaying of Artru son of Aithechtae, king of the Uí Cremthainn.

     T742.7

    The slaying of Aodh, king of Cenél Cairbre, in Granard.

     T742.8

    The death of Fer dá Crich, abbot of Emly and Leighlin.

     T742.9

    The death of Aodh the Dumb, son of Indrechtach, king of Connacht.

 p.245
T743
     T743.0

    K. iii.

     T743.1

    The death of Africc, abbess of Kildare.

     T743.2

    The battle of Dam Derg in Bregia, wherein fell Dungal son of Flann, king of Fir Cúl, and Fergus, son of Ostech. Indrechtach grandson of Conaing was victor.

     T743.3

    The battle of Seredmag in Kells between the two Teffias, wherein fell Aedh Allan son of Fergal king of Ireland, and Cumascach son of Conchobhar king of the Oriors and Maenach son of Condalach, king of the Uí Cremthainn, and Muireadach son of Fergus Forcraid, king of the Uí Tuirtri. Domhnall son of Murchadh was victor.

     T743.4

    The battle of Lorg between the Uí Ailello and the Gailenga.

     T743.5

    These four wars were almost completed in one summer.

     T743.6

    The law of Suanach's grandson.

     T743.7

    Conchenn daughter of Cellach of Cualu dies.

     T743.8

    The slaying of Dub Dothra king of the Uí Briúin and Conmaicne.king of Brefne

     T743.9

    Afiath abbot of Moville.

     T743.10

    A battle between the Uí Maine and the Uí Fiachrach ofAidhne.

     T743.11

    The death of Dluthach son of Fidchellach king of Uí Maine.

     T743.12

    Translation of the relics of Trian of Cell Delge, and the bolgach smallpox.

     T743.13

    Domhnall began to reign. king of Ireland.

 p.246
T744
     T744.0

    K. iiii.

     T744.1

    The slaying of Laidgnen son of Donennach abbot of Saigir.

     T744.2

    Domhnall again in clericalism.

     T744.3

     14a1The slaying of Colmán, bishop of Lissan by the Uí Tuirtre.

     T744.4

    The battle of Cliu wherein fell Conchobhar of the Uí Fidgente.

     T744.5

    The death of Rechtabhra son of Fergal, of Connacht.

     T744.6

    The battle of Ailén dá Berrach, wherein fell Dub dá Doss son of Murgal of theUí cellaig Cualann.

     T744.7

    Cathal and Ailill were slain.

     T744.8

    The smiting of the Corcomruad by the Déise.

     T744.9

    The law of Ciarán mac in tShaír and the law of Brénand at the same time, enforced by Fergus son of Cellach, king of Connacht.

     T744.10

    The death of Fergus son of Colmán Cutlach, a wise man.

     T744.11

    A strange sign was manifested in Boirche, in the time of Fiachna son of Aedh Ron, king of the Ulaid, and in the time of Eochaidh son of Bresal king of the Uí Echach, to wit, a whale which the sea cast to land with three golden teeth in its head and fifty ounces in each of these teeth, and one of the teeth was taken, and remained on the altar of Bennchor for a long time.

 p.247
T745
     T745.0

    K. ui.

     T745.1

    At nightime a horrible and remarkable sign was seen in the stars.

     T745.2

    Forannan abbot of Clonard dies, and Congas anchorite of Clontirrin.

     T745.3

    Cumaine grandson of Maenach, abbot of Lann Léire Dunleer dies.

     T745.4

    A battle between the Uí Tuirtre and the Oriors. Congal son of Eicnig was the victor, and Cú Congelt son of Uí Cathasaigh as a fugitive escaped, and Bochaill son of Conchobhar and Ailill grandson of Cathasach fell. In the island between the two Dabulls was it carried out.

     T745.5

    The death of Conall Fairhair, a scribe.

     T745.6

    The death of Cennfaeladh, superior of Kilcullen.

     T745.7

    The death of Mac ind Fhertaigse, abbot of Tehelly.

T746
     T746.0

    K. uii.

     T746.1

    The falling asleep of Cormac, bishop of Áth Truim.

     T746.2

    The death of Beochall of Ardach.

     T746.3

    Dragons were seen in the sky.

     p.248
     T746.4

    A slaughter of the Uí Briúin of the south by Fergus.

     T746.5

    The death of Maelanfaid of Killeigh.

     T746.6

    Fingal of Lismore died.

     T746.7

    The death of Dub da Boirenn grandson of Beccan, abbot of Clones.

     T746.8

    The death of Aongus son of Tipraite, abbot of Clonfad, and Cialtrog abbot of Glasnevin, dies.

     T746.9

    The death of Sechnusach son of Colgu, king of the Uí Cennselaig.

     T746.10

    Desecration of Donaghpatrick, six prisoners tortured.

     T746.11

    The battle of Ráith Cuile gained by Anmchad wherein fell Uargus son of Fiachra, ... of the Dési, in Ard meic Uidir.

T747
     T747.0

    K. i.

     T747.1

    The death of Abel, abbot of Imbliuch Fia.

     T747.2

    The death of Muredach the Fair, king of the Uí Méith, in Cúil Cumaisc, by the Ulaid.

     T747.3

    Cuanan, of Glenn, abbot of Movilla, dies.

     T747.4

    Aodh Redneck son of Flaithbertch, king of the North, dies.

     T747.5

    Sechnasach son of Colgu, king of southern Leinster, dies.

     T747.6

    Cú Cumine the wise dies.

     p.249
     T747.7

    Ruman son of Colmán, an excellent poet, rested

     T747.8

    The death of Saran abbot of Bangor.

     T747.9

    The death of Aidnech of Baslick.

     T747.10

    The battle of Carn Ailche fought by Munster, wherein fell Cairbre son of Cú Dinisc.

     T747.11

    The death of Tuathalán abbot of St Andrews.

     T747.12

    The slaying of Aodh the Black son of Cathal.

     T747.13

    The falling asleep of Coman the Pious, i.e. of the Ross: of the Sogan was he.

     T747.14

    The rest of Fer dá Crich of Dairinis.

     T747.15

    The death of Rudgal of Leinster.

     T747.16

    A battle gained by Anmchad wherein fell Cairbre and Fergus and Caithfher son of Cumscrach, and sixteen kings with them.

     T747.17

    The drowning of Fiachra son of Gabrán, of Meath, in Lough Ree.

T748
     T748.0

    K. ii.

     T748.1

    The drowning of Arascach, abbot of Riagail's Pig-island.

     T748.2

    The rest of Cuan Camb the sage.

     T748.3

    Snow of unusual quantity, so that almost the sins of all Ireland were almost deleted, and afterwards the world exarsit in unaccustomed dryness.

     p.250
     T748.4

    Inrechtach grandson of Conaing, king of Cianacht, dies.

     T748.5

    The falling asleep of DoDimoc, an anchorite, and abbot of Clonard and Kildare.

     T748.6

    The rest of DoChumma the wise man.

     T748.7

    Cobthach, abbot of Rechrann, dies.

     T748.8

    Muirenn, daughter of Cellach of Cualu and Irgalach's queen, dies.

     T748.9

    The slaying of Congal  14a2 son of Ecnech, king of the Oriors, in Ráith Esclai, by Donn Bó son of Cú Bretan.

     T748.10

    The Law of Ua Suanaigh over Conn's Half.

     T748.11

    Flann the Perfect son of Fogartach and Cuan the anchorite of Lilcach, died.

     T748.12

    The combat of the Ford of the Uí Fiachrach. A slaughter of Leinstermen there.

     T748.13

    Ships were seen in the air with their men.

T749
     T749.0

    K. iiii.

     T749.1

    The murder of Cathasach son of Ailill, king of the Picts, in Ráith Bethech.

     T749.2

    The death of Bresal son of Colgu, abbot of Ferns.

     T749.3

    The death of Ailill grandson of Daimine, king of the Uí Maine.

     p.251
     T749.4

    The burning of St Brénainn Clonfert.

     T749.5

    The death of Conmach son of Naenenach.

     T749.6

    The battle of Ard Cianachta wherein fell Ailill son of Dub da Crich and grandson of Cennfaelad, wherein also fell, in the counterstroke of battle, Domnall son of Cinad, the king who was at first victorious. Dungal son of Amalgad was conqueror.

     T749.7

    Cairbre son of Murchadh of Meath dies, and Becc Baile son of Eochaid and Liber abbot of Movilla, and a great wind.

     T749.8

    The sinking of the family of Iona.

     T749.9

    The death of Conall abbot of Tuaim Grene.

     T749.10

    The death of a sage, one of the kindred of Cairbre, namely Mac Cuanach.

     T749.11

    The death of Segene of Clarch.

T750
     T750.0

    K. u.

     T750.1

    The burning of Fabar and the burning of Domnach Padraig.

     T750.2

    The death of Suairlech, bishop of Fore.

     T750.3

    The rest of Congus, bishop of Armagh.

     T750.4

    A battle between Picts and Britons, in which Tolargan son of Fergus and his brother perished, and together with him a slaughter of the Picts.

     p.252
     T750.5

    Cathal of Maenmag, king of the Uí Maine, dies.

     T750.6

    The death of Dub dá Lethe of the writing, abbot of Kilskeery.

     T750.7

    Blathmac son of Coibdenach, king of Muskerry, died.

     T750.8

    Mac Nemnaille, abbot of Birr, dies.

     T750.9

    The death of Dub da Boirenn, king of Uí Fidgente and of Anmchadh, king of the Uí Liatháin.

     T750.10

    The combat of Inishnag, gained by Anmchadh son of Cú Cerca.

T751
     T751.0

    K. ui.

     T751.1

    Cuanghus abbot of Liath Mór dies.

     T751.2

    Flann grandson of Conghal, king of Offaly, dies.

     T751.3

    Losclaigde the wise man dies.

     T751.4

    Fergus son of Fogartach, king of Southern Bregia, dies.

     T751.5

    The burning of Lethairle of Clonard in a bathroom.

     T751.6

    The death of Eochaidh of Kiltoom.

     T751.7

    The death of Céle duLassi of Devenish.

     T751.8

    The death of Colmán of the Britons, son of Faelán, abbot of Slane, and Bran son of Dubsléibe, abbot of Clones.

     T751.9

    The death of Fursu, abbot of Lecan of Meath, and of Mael Imarchuir, bishop of Aughrim.

     T751.10

    The death of Muirgius son of Fergus, king of the Déise, and Mac Luiged  p.253 of Lismore and Fland Fortri, king of Corco Laige.

T752
     T752.0

    K. uii.

     T752.1

    The death of Cillíne the pontifex abbot and anchorite of Iona.

     T752.2

    Teudubr son of Beli, king of Ail Cluada Dumbarton.

     T752.3

    Cathal son of Forannán, abbot of Kildare, Cummine grandson of Becc, the religious one of Eig, died.

     T752.4

    The battle of Asreth in the land of Circin between the Picts, in which Bruidhi son of Maelchú fell.

     T752.5

    The death of Dicuill son of Menaide, abbot of Inishmurray.

     T752.6

    The death of Fiachna, grandson of Mac Niad and abbot of St Brendans Clonfert.

     T752.7

    Flaithbertach son of Conall Menn, king of the Kindred of Cairbre, dies.

     T752.8

    Innrachtach son of Muireadhach Menn, dies.

     T752.9

    Foidmenn son of Falloman, king of Conaille Murthemne, dies.

     T752.10

    The death of Cilline son of Congal, in Iona.

     T752.11

    Conaing grandson of Dubdúin, king of the Cairbre of Teffia, dies.

     T752.12

    The death of Maeltuile, abbot of Terryglass.

     T752.13

    The death of Osbran, an anchorite and bishop of Clooncraff.

     p.254
     T752.14

    The death of Rechtabre grandson of Guare, abbot of Tomgraney.

     T752.15

    Flann son of Cellach, king of Muskerry, dies.

T753
     T753.0

    K. ii.

     T753.1

    A dark sun.

     T753.2

    The falling asleep of Maccoigi, abbot of Lismore.

     T753.3

    The rest of Lucrid of � abbot of Clonmacnois.

     T753.4

    The law of Columcill enforced by Domnall of Meath.

     T753.5

    The death of Cellach, abbot of Clonfert.

     T753.6

    Death of Scandlán of Down.

     T753.7

    Death of MoBai.

     T753.8

    Death of Ferblai, son of Uargus, a sage.

     T753.9

    The slaying of the Uí Ailello by the Gregraige.

     T753.10

    The death of Scandlach of Cloonburren.

     T753.11

    Death of Fursu of Ess mac nEirc.

     T753.12

    The slaying of Tomaltach son of Mael Tuile.

     T753.13

    Slaughter of the Fothairt.

     T753.14

    The colour of blood upon the moon in this year.

T754
     T754.0

    K. iii.

     T754.1

    Flann son of Conchobhar, king of Magh Aei, died.

     p.255
     T754.2

    The death of Tuathlaithi daughter of Cathal, queen of the Leinstermen.

     T754.3

    Loingseach  14b1son of Flaithbertach, king of the Kindred of Conall, died.

     T754.4

    Sleibine abbot of Iona came into Ireland.

     T754.5

    The rest of Cerban of Duleek.

     T754.6

    Devastation of the Fothart Fea by the Ossorians.

     T754.7

    The battle of Ardneeskan between the Uí Briúin and the Kindred of Cairbe, in which many fell.

     T754.8

    The death of Abel of Áth Omna.

     T754.9

    A battle among the Uí Tuirtre between each other.

     T754.10

    Fergus Rod, son of Cellach, king of Connacht, began to reign.

T755
     T755.0

    K. iiii.

     T755.1

    Flaithnia son of Tnuthach, king of the Uí Méith, dies.

     T755.2

    The burning of Clonmacnois on the 21st of March.

     T755.3

    The death of Fiachra of Martur-thech.

     T755.4

    Felcmaire son of Comgell, Tuathal son of Diarmaid, a sage, and Daelghus abbot of Kilskeery, died.

     T755.5

    Indrachtach son of Dluthach, king of the Uí Maine of Connacht, dies.

     T755.6

    Flaithnia son of Flann Ua Conchobhair, king of Offaly, Fiangalach son of Anmchadh son of Mael Curaig, abbot of Inis Bó  p.256 Finne on Loch Rí, Mac Roncon of the Kindred of Cairbre, Snetcest abbot of Noendruim, died.

     T755.7

    The rest of Fidhmaine grandson of Suanach.

     T755.8

    The battle of Cenn Abrat, wherein fell Badbchad son of Fergal.

     T755.9

    The burning of Clonmacnois on the 21st of March.

T756
     T756.0

    K. u.

     T756.1

    The burning of Bangor the Great on the feast of Patrick.

     T756.2

    Feargus son of Cellach, king of Connacht, dies.

     T756.3

    Aelgal anchorite of Clonmacnois, Cormac son of Faelán grandson of Silne, Forannán bishop of Methus Truim, Baethgalach son of Colmán grandson of Suibne, abbot of Trim, died.

     T756.4

    An expedition of the Leinstermen led by Domnall son of Murchad against the Huí Néill, so they were in Mag Murthemne.

     T756.5

    Shipwreck of the Delbna on Lough Ree, together with their chief, Dimmusach.

     T756.6

    The battle of Belach Cró gained by Crimthann over the Delbna of Uí Maine, wherein Finn son of Arb, king of the Delbna, fell by Tipraite Finn, and a slaughter of the Delbna including him. And hence are the place-names Lochán Belaig Cró and Tipra Finn.

     p.257
     T756.7

    The battle of Gronna Magna, i.e. the great bog, wherein the Kindred of Cairbre were overthrown.

T757
     T757.0

    K. uii.

     T757.1

    The rest of Findmuine, anchorite of Ua Suanaig's Rahen.

     T757.2

    Aethelbald king of the Saxons, died.

     T757.3

    The burning of Cell Mór Dithrib the great church of the desert = Kilmore by the Uí Crimthainn.

     T757.4

    The death of Finnchú, abbot of Lismore.

     T757.5

    The battle of Cenn Febrat among the Munstermen between each other, wherein fell Bodbgal, abbot of Mungret.

     T757.6

    The slaying of Cumascach king of Offaly in a battle in which Maelduin son of Aodh Bennan and king of Munster was victor.

     T757.7

    The rest of Siadal of Linn Duachaill.

     T757.8

    The slaying of Donn, son of Cumascach, king of the Uí Briúin of the South.

     T757.9

    Columcill's law enforced by Slébíne abbot of Iona.

 p.258
T758
     T758.0

    K. i.

     T758.1

    Niallgus son of Baeth, king of Desies of Bregia, Muredach son of Cormac of Slane, abbot of Louth, Cathal grandson of Cinaed, king of the Uí Cennselaig, Elpine of Glasnevin and Fidbadach of Cell Delge, died.

     T758.2

    The return of Slebine into Spain.

     T758.3

    Martha, daughter of Mac Dubain, abbess of Kildare, dies.

     T758.4

    The battle of Druim Robaig, between the Uí Fiachrach and the Uí Briúin, wherein fell Tadhg son of Murdebar and three grandsons of Cellach, that is, Catharnach, Cathmug and Artbran. Ailill grandson of Dunchadh was victor.

     T758.5

    Muireadhach grandson of Muircheartach and king of Leinster, died.

     T758.6

    Gorman, successor of St Mochta of Louth, and father of Torbach a successor of St Patrick, it is he that lived for a year on the water of Fingen's well in Clonmacnois, and died in pilgrimage at Cluain.

T759
     T759.0

    K. ii.

     T759.1

    Eochaid son of Conall Menn, abbot of Fobren, Domnall son of Aedh of Leinster, and Eochaidh son of .

     p.259
     T759.2

    The battle of Emain Macha between the Ulaid and the Uí Néill, with Airechtach the priest of Armagh pushing in discord with the abbot of Fer da Crich, where Dungal grandson of Conaing and Donn Bó were killed. Fiachna son of Aodh Róin was victor.

     T759.3

    The slaying of Rechtabra son of Dunchú, king of the Mugdoirn.

     T759.4

    Dub Druman abbot of Dulane  14b2 died.

     T759.5

    The Wether's Peak effudit amnem cum piscibus.

     T759.6

    The battle of Gowran gained by Anmchad over Leinster.

     T759.7

    Aongus king of Scotland dies.king of Scotland

     T759.8

    The death of Coisetach abbot of Louth.

 p.260
T760
     T760.0

    K. iii.

     T760.1

    Muireadhach son of Murchadh and grandson of Bran, king of Leinster, died.

     T760.2

    Fames and a great crop of acorns in this year.

     T760.3

    The death of Conchobhar grandson of Tadhg Temin and Conait, abbot of Lismore and Falartach son of Bricc anchorite.

     T760.4

    Suairleach abbot of Bennchar, Ailgin son of Ganai, the second abbot of Clonard, died.

     T760.5

    A battle between the community of Clonmacnois and the community of Birr in Móin Coisse Blai the bog at the foot of the river Blai.

     T760.6

    The slaying of Echtigern, a bishop, by a priest at Brigit's altar. Hence from that time forward no priest performs mass at Kildare in the presence of a bishop.

     T760.7

    Flann son of Erc, king of the Uí Fidgente, dies.

T761
     T761.0

    K. u.

     T761.1

    Findachta son of Fogartach and grandson of Cernach dies.

     T761.2

    Battle of Áth duma between the Ulaid and the Uí Echach, in which fell Ailill son of Fedlimid.

     T761.3

    The battle of Belach Gabrain between the men of Leinster and Ossory, and Cú Cerca's son had the victory, and therein fell Dungal son of Laidgnen, king of the Uí Cennselaig and others.

     T761.4

    Aongus son of Fergus, king of the Picts, dies.

     T761.5

    The death of domhnall son of Muircheartach, king of the Uí Néill and of Dubluighe son of Ledhaidich.

T762
     T762.0

    K. ui.

     T762.1

    Great snow and a dark moon.

     T762.2

    The killing of Eaachtigern the bishop by a priest in the oratory of Kildare.

     T762.3

    Rest of Cormac, abbot of Clonmacnois, and of the Race of Cairbe was he.

     p.261
     T762.4

    A bright night in the autumn.

     T762.5

    The battle of Caill Tuidbic, where the Luighne were flattened. The people of Cairpre received victory.

     T762.6

    FerFio son of Fairbre the wise, abbot of Comrar of Meath, dies.

     T762.7

    The battle of Sliab Truim.

     T762.8

    Robartach abbot of Fahan dies

     T762.9

    Fogartach king of the Eli dies.

     T762.10

    Suibne abbot of Brenann's Clonfert.

T763
     T663.0

    K. uii.

     T763.1

    Domhnall son of Murchadh, king of Tara, the first king of Ireland of the Clann Colmáin, dies on the 20th November.

     T763.2

    Death of Becc-laitne of Clonard and Faelchú of Finglas and Fidairle grandson of Suanach, abbot of Rahan, died.

     T763.3

    The death of Reodaide, abbot of Ferns.

     T763.4

    The death of Anfadan, abbot of Linn Duachaill.

     T763.5

    A shadowy sun in the 3rd hour of day.

     T763.6

    The overthrow of Cuilnech Mór where Connacht were prostrated.

     T763.7

    A battle between the Uí Fidgenti and the Corcomruadh and the Corcobaiscinn.

     T763.8

    Bruidhe king of Fortrenn died.

     T763.9

    Niall Frosach began to rule.king of Ireland

 p.262
T764
     T764.0

    K. i.

     T764.1

    Great snow in almost 3 months.

     T764.2

    The rest of Ronán, abbot of Clonmacnois. Of the Luaigne was he.

     T764.3

    Cormac son of Ailill, abbot of Monasterboice, dies.

     T764.4

    The battle of Argaman between the community of Clonmacnois and that of Durrow, wherein fell Diarmaid son of Domnall.

     T764.5

    Great dryness beyond the normal.

     T764.6

    Ailill Medaighe, son of Dunchadh, king of Connacht, died.

     T764.7

    Scannlán Femin son of Aodhgal dies.

     T764.8

    Domnit son of Duenge pauses.

     T764.9

    A flux of blood in all Spain.

     T764.10

    The battle of Dún Bili gained by Donnchadh son of Domhnall over the Fir Tulach.

     T764.11

    Murchadh son of Indrachtach and Murchadh son of Muirchertaigh is killed by the Connachtmen.

     T764.12

    Moll king of the Saxons becomes a cleric.

T765
     T765.0

    K. iii.

     T765.1

    At night a horrible and marvellous sign was seen in the stars.

     T765.2

    Flaithbhertach son of Loingsech, king of Tara, in clericalness.

     T765.3

    The rest od Tola of Ardbrackan.

     p.263
     T765.4

    The slaying of Suibne son of Becc by his associates dolose.

     T765.5

    The slaying of Suibne son of Murchadh with his two sons.

     T765.6

    The battle of Carn Fiachach between Domhnall's two sons, namely Dunchadh and Murchadh, Fallamain son of Cú Coingelt with Dunchadh, Ailgel king of Teffia with Murchadh. In the battle Murchadh fell and Ailgel was put to flight.

     T765.7

    Folachtach abbot of Birr died.

     T765.8

    Loarn abbot of Clonard rested.

     T765.9

    Cellbile of Clonbroney rested.

     T765.10

    A shortage of bread.

     T765.11

    Dungalach king of the Uí Liatháin, and Uargalach king of Conaille, died.

T766
     T766.0

    K. iiii.

     T766.1

    The rest of Crimthann, abbot of St Brendan's Clonfert.

     T766.2

    The slaying treacherously of Falloman son of Cú Congelt, king of Meath.

     T766.3

    The battle of Sruthra between the Uí Briúin and the Conmaicne.{}

 p.337
T974
     T974.0

    K. u.

     T974.1

    Donnchadh Fionn son of Aodh son of Flann was treacherously killed by Agda son of Dubchenn, while he was under the safeguard of Sts Bréanainn and Ciarán.

     T974.2

    Murchadh Knee-to-floor, king of Ailech, was killed by the kindred of Conall.

     T974.3

    A rout of the Ossorians by the Leinstermen, wherein fell Diarmaid son of Donnchadh and others. Another rout of the Uí Cennselaig by the Ossorians, wherein fell Donnchadh son of Cellach, king of the Uí Cennselaig, and others.

     T974.4

    Findachta, son of Cinaed, prince of the Fortuatha of Leinster, died.

 p.338
T975
     T975.0

    K. ui.

     T975.1

    Edgar king of England a religious king died.

     T975.2

    Cinaeth Ó hArtacáin, chief poet of the northern half of Ireland, died.

     T975.3

    Domhnall son of Eoan, king of Wales, rested in pilgrimage.

     T975.4

    The first expedition of Maelsechnaill the Great, son of Domnall, from Dublin, when he broke and cut down the wood.

T976
     T976.0

    K. uii.

     T976.1

    Donnchadh son of Ceallach, king of Ossory in a state of age died.

     T976.2

    Mathghamhain son of Cennédigh, king of Munster, was killed by Maelmuadh son of Bran, king of the Uí Eachach Iveagh, having been treacherously delivered up by Donnabhán son of Cathal, king of the Uí Fidgente.

     T976.3

    Ugaire son of Tuathal, king of Leinster, was captured by the Foreigners of Dublin.

     T976.4

    Skreen of Columcill was wrecked by Domhnall son of Murchadh.

     p.339
     T976.5

    Tadhg son of Ruaidhrí, chief of the Cianacht of Glenn Gemin, was killed in Ulster.

     T976.6

    Domhnall son of Congalach, crown prince of Tara, died.

     T976.7

    A raid by Giolla Coluim grandson of Canannán, king of the kindred of Conall, into Offaly, where he left Feargal son of Fógartach, king of the Greater Cairbre. Ceallach son of Fionnguine, Ceallach son of Bairid, and Donnchadh son of Morgand, three high stewards of Scotland, were therein.

T977
     T977.0

    K. ii.

     T977.1

    Muircheartach son of Domhnall Ó Néill and Congalach son of Domhnall son of Congalach, two crownprinces of Ireland, were killed by Olaf son of Sitriuc.

     T977.2

    Inis Cathaigh Scattery Island was profaned by Brian son of Cennétig, who attacked therein the Foreigners of Limerick, namely, Imar, and Olaf, one of his sons, and Dubchenn, his other son.

     T977.3

    Giolla Colaim Ó Canannáin, king of Cenél Conaill, was killed by Domnall grandson of Niall.

     T977.4

    Amhlaoibh son of Indulf, king of Scotland, was killed by Cinaeth son of Maelcoluim.

     T977.5

    Maelruanaidh the Stammerer, grandson of Maelsechnaill, crown prince of Tara, was treacherously slain.

 p.340
T978
     T978.0

    K. iii.

     T978.1

    The battle of Belach Lecht between Brian son of Cennétig and Maelmuadh son of Bran, and Maelmuadh, king of the Uí Eachach, fell therein.

     T978.2

    The battle of Bithland gained over the Leinstermen by the Foreigners of Dublin, wherein fell Ugaire son of Tuathal, king of Leinster, and Muireadhach son of Bron, king of the Uí Cennselaigh, and Congalach, son of Fland, king of Legh and Rechet, and many others.

     T978.3

    Great Corcach of Munster was destroyed by fire.

     T978.4

    Mochuta's Lismore was burned, and Cloyne and Leighlin were ravaged by the Ossorians.

     T978.5

    Comaltan Ó Cléirigh, king of Uí Fiachrach Aidhne, died.

T979
     T979.0

    K. iiii.

     T979.1

    Conchobhar son of Fionn, king of Ua Failghe, died.

     T979.2

    Domhnall Claon, king of Leinster, was captured by the Foreigners of Dublin.

     T979.3

    Leathlobhar son of Fionn king of Dalaradia and Tighearnán king of Cenél Conaill were killed.

 p.341
T980
     T980.0

    K. u.

     T980.1

    Domhnall son of Muircheartach, king of Tara, after penitence died.

     T980.2

    Maelseachnaill Mór began to rule.

     T980.3

    The battle of Tara gained by Maelseachnaill the Great son of Domhnall son of Donnchadh son of Flann, by the king of Ireland, over the Foreigners of Dublin, over the sons of Olaf specially, wherein many fell, including Raghnall son of Olaf, crown prince of the Foreigners, and Conmael, son of Giolla Airi and the Orator of Dublin, and many others. Braen son of Murchadh, crown prince of Leinster, and Congalach son of Flann, king of the Gailenga, and his son Maelán, and Fiachra and Cú Duiligh, two sons of Dublaech, two kings of the Fir Tulach, and Lachtna, king of Mughdoirn Maigen, fell in the counterblow of that battle.

     T980.4

    A great hosting by Maelseachnaill the Great son of Domhnall, king of Tara, and by Eochaidh son of Ardghal, king of the Ulaid, to the Foreigners of Dublin, and they beleaguered them for three days and three nights, and brought thence the hostages of Ireland, including Domhnall Claon, king of Leinster, and the guarantees of the Uí Néill besides, and they got their full demand from the Foreigners,  15a2to wit, two thousand kine, with jewels and treasures, and moreover with the freedom of the Uí Néill from tribute, from the Shannon to the sea. Tis then that Maelseachnaill proclaimed the famous rising when he said: “Let every one of the Gaels who is in the Foreigner's province come forth  p.342 to his own country for peace and comfort.” That captivity was the Babylonian captivity of Ireland; twas next to the capitivity of Hell.

     T980.5

    Faolán son of Caelaighe, bishop of Imbliuch Ibhair Emly died.

     T980.6

    Amhlaoimh son of Sitric, high-king over the Foreigners of Dublin, went to Iona in repentance and in pilgrimage after the battle and there died.

     T980.7

    Agda son of Dubgind, king of Teffa died.

T981
     T981.0

    K. uii.

     T981.1

    Anmchadh bishop of Kildare in his old age ended his life.

     T981.2

    Domhnall grandson of Aidéth, king of the Uí Eachach, and Loingseach, chief of the Uí Nialláin, both fell together in a duel.

 p.343
T982
     T982.0

    K. i.

     T982.1

    Bruadar son of Echthighern, king of the Uí Cennselaigh, died.

     T982.2

    The destruction of Kildare by Imar of Waterford.

     T982.3

    Árchú son of Niall, crown prince of Ulster, by his own brethren in a trick was killed.

     T982.4

    The plundering of the Dalcassians by Maelseachnaill son of Domhnall, and the sacred tree of Magh Adhair was cut down by him.

T983
     T983.0

    K. ii.

     T983.1

    A battle-rout inflicted by Maelseachnaill son of Domhnall and by Glún Iarainn son of Olaf son of Maelseachnaill's mother on Domhnall Claon son of Lorcán and on Ímar of Waterford, wherein many fell, both by drowning and killing, including Giolla Pádraig son of Ímar and others, etc.

     T983.2

    Glendalough was plundered by the Foreigners of Dublin.

     T983.3

    A harrying of Leinster by Maelseachnaill as far as the sea.

     T983.4

    Giolla Caoimhghin son of Cinaedh was blinded by Domhnall Claon.

 p.344
T984
     T984.0

    K. iii.

     T984.1

    Domhnall Claon was killed by Aodh son of Echthighern of the Uí Cennselaigh.

     T984.2

    Aodh Ó Dubhda, king of all the north of Connacht, died.

     T984.3

    Three sons of Cearbhall son of Lorcán plundered St Caoimhghin's glebe and the three of them were killed before night.

T985
     T985.0

    K. u.

     T985.1

    Maelseachnaill son of Domhnall harried Connacht and destroyed its artificial islands and killed its chieftains.

     T985.2

    Fearghal son of Lorcán, king of the kindred of Fiachra, was killed by the Connachtmen.

     T985.3

    Diarmaid son of Uathmarán, king of Leinster, died.

T986
     T986.0

    K. ui.

     T986.1

    Mór daughter of Donnchadh son of Ceallach and queen of Ireland died.

     T986.2

    Muirghius son of Domhnall, king of Uí Maine, died.

     T986.3

    Flaithrí Ó Loingsigh, king of Dál Araidhe, was strangled.

     p.345
     T986.4

    The carrying-off of St Patrick's shrine by Maelseachnaill from Ardee to Áth Sighe, in consequence of the warfare of Cairellán's sons. Thereafter they made peace and the award of Patrick was performed by Maelseachnaill namely a visitation of the men of Meath, both ecclesiastics and laymen, a banquet for every fortress by Maelseachnaill besides seven cumals and awards in full besides.

T987
     T987.0

    K. uii.

     T987.1

    A manifest colic in the east of Ireland caused by demons, which inflicted a slaughter on people, and they were clearly before men's eyes.

     T987.2

    The beginning of a great murrain, to wit, the unknown maelgarb, came for the first. time.

     T987.3

    A great wind which laid low many buildings, including the oratory of Louth.

T988
     T988.0

    K. i.

     T988.1

    A slaughter of Munstermen by Connacians, wherein fell Dunlang son of Dub dá Boireann, crown prince of Munster. Muirgius son of Conchobhar, crown prince of Connacht, fell there in the counterblow of battle.

     p.346
     T988.2

    Laidhgnén son of Cearbhall, king of Farney, was killed in the midst of the Third of Armagh by Conaing's son and by the Kindred of Eoghan.

     T988.3

    Dunstan archbishop of England rested.

T989
     T989.0

    K. iii.

     T989.1

    Glún Iarainn son of Olaf, king of the Foreigners, was killed by his own slave, namely, Colbain.

     T989.2

    The battle of Dublin gained over the Foreigners by Maelseachnaill son of Domhnall, wherein many were slain and the siege of their fortress afterwards for twenty nights, and during it they drank no water save brine. Wherefore they gave him his own award so long as he should be king, and an ounce of gold for every garden to be paid on every Christmas eve for ever.

     T989.3

    Godfrey son of Harald, king of the Hebrides, fell by the Dál Riada.

     T989.4

    Conchobhar son of Domhnall, king of Luighne Connacht, died.

     T989.4

    Muireadhach Ó Cléirigh, king of Aidhne, died.

 p.347
T990
     T990.0

    K. iiii.

     T990.1

    Urard son of Coisse,  15b1chief poet of the Gaels, died in penitence at Clonmacnois.

     T990.2

    Aodh Ó Maoldoraidh, king of Cenél Conaill, died.

     T990.3

    The battle of Fordruim gained by Maelseachnaill, wherein fell Domhnall son of Lorcán, king of Múscraighe Tíre and of the Uí Forgo, and a great slaughter besides.

T991
     T991.0

    K. u.

     T991.1

    Donnchadh son of Domhnall, crown prince of Tara, was treacherously slain by the Clan Colmáin, that is, by Conchobhar son of Cearbhall.

     T991.2

    The Fox grandson of Leochan, king of the Gailenga, died.

T992
     T992.0

    K. ui.

     T992.1

    A hosting by Maelseachnaill son of Domhnall into Connacht, and Brian of the Tribute, with the men of Munster and Connacht, invaded Meath and reached Lough Ennell, but he took neither cow nor man, and retreated like a runaway.

     p.348
     T992.2

    Donn grandson of Donn Cuan, king of Teffe, was killed by his own per dolum.

     T992.3

    Mór, daughter of Tadhg son of Cathal son of Conchobhar, queen of Ireland, died.

     T992.4

    Giolla Colmáin son of Niall, king of the Uí Diarmada and Cú Cheanann son of Tadhg, fell together in a duel.

T993
     T993.0

    K. i.

     T993.1

    Conchobhar son of Cearbhall Ó Maelseachnaill, rested in good penance.

     T993.2

    Maelruanaidh Ó Ciardha, king of Cairbre, was killed by the men of Teffa.

     T993.3

    Two grandsons of Canannán, namely Domhnall and Flaithbheartach, were killed by Mac Giolla Colmóig.

     T993.4

    Ruaidhrí son of Coscrach, king of the south of Connacht, was killed by Conchobhar son of Maelseachnaill and by the son of Comaltán grandson of Cléireach.

     T993.5

    Écneach grandson of Leochan, king of North Luighne, was treacherously killed at Domhnach Pádraig by Maelseachnaill and by Cathal son of Labhraid.

 p.349
T994
     T994.0

    K. ii.

     T994.1

    Fogartach son of Diarmaid son of Uathmarán, king of the Corco firtri of Connacht, was killed by the Gailenga of the Corann.

     T994.2

    Congalach son of Laidhgnén, king of Gaileng, died.

     T994.3

    Mael Cairerdha, rí h-Úa m-Briuin Sheola, mortuus est.

     T994.4

    Mael Mhuire son of Scanlán, bishop of Armagh, rested.

     T994.5

    The son of Dubhghall son of Donnchadh, king of Magh Itha, died.

     T994.6

    Maelseachnaill burned Aonach Theidi, and ravaged Munster and routed Brian son of Cinnéidigh with the men of Munster.

T995
     T995.0

    K. iii.

     T995.1

    Íomar reigned in Dublin after Sitric son of Olaf.

     T995.2

    Raghnall was killed by the Leinstermen. Ímar again fled from Dublin and Sitric reigned in his place.

     T995.3

    Cinaeth son of Mael Colaim, king of Scotland, was killed by his own people.

     T995.4

    Domhnach Pádraig was plundered by the Foreigners of Dublin and by Muircheartach  p.350 grandson of Congalach, but God won in the death of him at the end of the same month.

     T995.5

    Tomar's ring and Carlus' sword were forcibly taken by Maelseachnaill, son of Domhnall, from the Foreigner's of Dublin.

T996
     T996.0

    K. iiii.

     T996.1

    Cairell's son, with the men of Farney and Oriel, plundered Armagh and carried off two thousand cows, that is, Armagh was burned, both houses and stone-house and belfry, and sacred wood—a ruination that had never occurred in Ireland, and vengeance like that will not occur until Doomsday.

     T996.2

    Diarmaid son of Domhnall, king of Uí Cennselaigh, died.

     T996.3

    Giolla Pádraig son of Donnchadh, king of Ossory, was killed by Donnabhán son of Íomar, and by Domhnall son of Faelán, king of the Déise.

     T996.4

    Donnabhán son of Íomar was killed by the Leinstermen.

     T996.5

    Giolla Pádraig Ó Flannacáin, king of Teffia, was slain by Fiachra son of Radub, chief of the Muintir Maelfhinna.

     p.351
     T996.6

    Domhnall son of Faelán, king of the Déise, died.

T997
     T997.0

    K. ui.

     T997.1

    A battle between the Scots, in which fell Constantine son of Culannan, king of Scotland, and many others.

     T997.2

    Domhnall son of Donnchadh the Fair, was blinded by Maelseachnaill son of Domhnall.

     T997.3

    Maol Coluim son of Domhnall, king of the Britons of the north, died.

     T997.4

    Ruaidhrí son of Niall Ó Canannáin, king of the kindred of Conall, died.

T998
     T998.0

    K. uii.

     T998.1

    A hosting by Maelseachlainn and by Brian son of Cennédigh to Gleann Mama, and the Foreigners of Dublin gave them battle, and the Foreigners were routed and a slaughter was inflicted on them, including Artalach son of Sitric and Harald son of Olaf and Cuilen  15b2 son of Etigen and nobles of Dublin; and Maelseachlainn and Brian, with the men of Munster and Meath, entered Connacht, and carried off its hostages and the best of its treasures.

     p.352
     T998.2

    Diarmaid son of Domhnall, king of Uí Cennsilaigh, died.

     T998.3

    A hosting by Maelseachnaill, and he ravaged Magh Aí.

     T998.4

    Giolla éanán son of Aghda, king of Teftha, was killed by the Síol Rónáin.

T999
     T999.0

    K. i.

     T999.1

    Donnchadh son of Domhnall Claon, king of Leinster, was captured by Sitric son of Olaf.

     T999.2

    Kildare was plundered by the Foreigners of Dublin.

     T999.3

    Brian son of Cennéidigh went to Dublin and remained there a whole week, and carried off its gold and its silver and many captives, and burned the fortress, and banished the king, Sitric son of Olaf.

     T999.4

    Diarmaid son of Dúnadach, king of the Síol nAnmchadha, was killed by Comaltán, king of Aidhne.

     T999.5

    A raid by Maelseachlainn Mór in Leinster.

     T999.6

    A battle between the Airghiall and the Conallians wherein fell Giolla Críost, king of Conaille, and others.

     T999.7

    Maelseachlainn Ó Maelruanaigh, king of Cremthann, was slain by the Uí Ceallaigh, i.e. Cú Caille.

 p.353
T1000
     T1000.0

    K. ii.

     T1000.1

    Cú Chaille Ó Domhnaill, king of Thurles, was treacherously killed by Aodh, grandson of Niall.

     T1000.2

    Ímur of Port Lairge Waterford died.

     T1000.3

    Flaithbheartach Ó Canannáin, king of Tír Chonaill, was killed.

     T1000.3

    The Foreigners again in Dublin, and their hostages to Brian.

     T1000.4

    Ceallach Ó Maelcorgais, chief poet of Connacht, died.

     T1000.5

    Aodh Ó Ciardha was blinded by his brother, namely, Ualgarg grandson of Ciarda.

     T1000.6

    The first revolt through treachery of Brian and the Connachtmen against Maelseachlainn the Great.

     T1000.7

    A hosting by Brian son of Cennéitigh and by the south of Connacht, with Ossory and Leinster and the Foreigners of Dublin to proceed to Tara. But the Foreigners with a battalion of cavalry went before them into Magh Breg and Maelseachlainn overtook them and slaughtered them. Brian afterwards marched on till he was at Ferta Neme in Magh Breg, and he went back without a battle, without ravaging, without red fire.

 p.354
T1001
     T1001.0

    K. iiii.

     T1001.1

    A grea foray by the countryside of Munster into the south of Meath, till Aonghus son of carrach Calma, with a few, overtook them and seized their spoils from them and left them with a slaughter of head.

     T1001.2

    Fearghal son of Domhnall son of Conaing, king of Aileach, died.

     T1001.3

    Niall grandson of Ruarc was killed by the Kindred of Conall and by Aodh Ó Néill.

     T1001.4

    The causeway of Athlone was made by Maelseachlainn and by Cathal son of Conchobhar.

     T1001.5

    Diarmaid Ó Lachtnán, king of Teffia, was killed by his own subjects.

     T1001.6

    Dub Dara Ó Maeldúin, king of the Fir Luirg, died.

     T1001.7

    Brian Bóromha rules.

T1002
     T1002.0

    K. u.

     T1002.1

    A hosting by Brian and by Maelseachlainn, accompanied by the men of Ireland, both Munster and Connacht and Leinster and Foreigners, as far as Dundalk in Conailli. Aodh son of Domhnall, high-king oa Ailech, and Eochaidh son of Ardgal, king of Ulster, with the Ulaid and the Kindred of Eoghan and of Conall, and the Airgéill met them and did not let them go past, so they separated under a truce, without hostage, without pledge.

     p.355
     T1002.2

    Flann son of Eoghanán, chief judge of Conn's Half, died.

     T1002.3

    A hosting by Brian as far as Athlone, and he carried off the hostages of Meath and Connacht.

     T1002.4

    Merlechán son of Conn, king of the Gailenga, was killed by Maelseachlainn the Great.

     T1002.5

    Sitriuc son of Olaf, king of the Foreigners, went in his galleys on a foray into Ulster, and he plundered Cell Cleithe and Inis Cumscraig, and carried out of them many capitive.

     T1002.6

    Maelmuadh son of Dubghiolla, king of Delbna Bethra, died.

T1003
     T1003.0

    K. ui.

     T1003.1

    A foray by Donnchadh the Fair and by the Uí Méith, and they plundered Lann Léire until Cathal son of Labraidh overtook them and defeated them, and inflicted a slaughter on them, taking prisoners as well as killing, together with the king of the Uí Méith. And Cathal son of Labraidh and Lorcán son of Brótaid fell fighting face to face.

     p.356
     T1003.2

    Donngal son of Donncathaigh, king of Gaileng, was treacherously killed in his own house by Trotan son of Bolg Airgit, king of the Fir Cúl.

     T1003.3

    Ceallach son of Diarmaid, king of Ossory, was killed by the son of his father's brother, that is, by Donnchadh son of Giolla Pádraig.

     T1003.4

    Aodh son of Eachthighern was killed in the prayer-house of St Maedhóc's great Ferns by Mael na mBó.

     T1003.5

    Aodh Ó Confhiacla, king of Teffa, was killed.{}

 16a1
T1017
     T1017.0

    K. iii.

     T1017.1

    Maelán son of Ecnech Ó Leochain, king of the Gailenga and all North Luighne, was killed by the Saithne.

     T1017.2

    A foray by Maelseachlainn to Fir Cell, till the Fir Cell and Eili overtook them {Maelseachlainn's raiders) and Domhnall grandson of Caindealbhán, king of the Cenél Laoghaire and Cass Midi, Maelseachlainn's steward, and Ó Clerchén, king of Caill Fallamain, and Flanducán, grandson of Cellach, and Congalach son of Maelseachlainn, were mortally wounded there.

     p.357
     T1017.3

    Cearbhall son of Maelmórdha, crown prince of Leinster, was killed per dolum.

T1019
     T1019.0

    K. u. the 10th of the moon.

     T1019.1

    Domhnall son of Maelseachlainn, son of Domhnall, and successor of Sts Findén and Mocholmóc, rested.

     T1019.2

    Two sons of Maelseachlainn son of Maelruanaidh, namely Ardgal and Árchu, two crown princes of Ailech, were killed by the Kindred of Eoghan themselves.

     T1019.3

    The plundering of Kells by Sitric son of Olaf, with the Foreigners of Dublin, and they carried off innumberable captives, and many people were killed there.

     T1019.4

    Giolla Caoimhghin, son of Dúnlang, crown prince of Leinster, was killed by the Leinstermen themselves.

     T1019.5

    Mathghamhain son of Conaing son of Donncuan, crown prince of Munster, died.

     T1019.6

    The son of Catharnach, son of Aodh, of the Uí Caisin, attacked Donnchadh son of Brian and gave him a swordblow on his head and over his right hand, so that he cut it off him. Donnchadh escaped after his wound, and the son of Catharnach was killed.

 p.358
T1020
     T1020.0

    Kl. ui. the moon on the second, the year 13 of a circle decennouenalis and uigesimus post mille fínitum.

     T1020.1

    Maelmuadh, grandson of Maelmuadh, king of the Fir Cell, was taken by force out of the stone house of Columcill's Durrow by Fogartach grandson of Cearnach and killed in Magh Line.

     T1020.2

    A hosting by Maelseachlainn and by the Uí Néill and by Donnchadh son of Brian and by the Cailech grandson of Ruarc, namely Art, son of Old-Fergal, king of Brefne, as far as the Shannon, and they gave the hostages of Connacht to Maelseachlainn.

     T1020.3

    vKildare and all Glendalough were burned with their prayer-houses.

     T1020.4

    Flaithbheartach Ó hEochadha was blinded by Niall son of Eochaid.

     T1020.5

    Armagh was burned on the 3d of the Kalends of May, with all its prayer houses, except only the library, and many houses were burned in the Thirds, and the great stone house and the belfry with its bells, and the stone house of togha and the stone house of the Barn and the pulpit and abundance of gold and silver and treasures besides.

     p.359
     T1020.6

    Maelmuire successor of St Patrick, head of clerics of all the west of Europe, died.

     T1020.7

    The shrine and the bell called Sweet-voiced of St Patrick were plundered by the Uí Aidith and by the people of Lower Uí Eachach, and they carried of seven hundred cows.

     T1020.8

    Finnlaech son of Ruaidhrí, grand steward of Moray, was killed by the sons of his brother Maelbrighde.

     T1020.9

    Cú Luachra Ó Conchobhair, king of Ciarraighe Luachra, died.

T1021
     T1021.0

    Kl. first day, 14th of the moon.

     T1021.1

    A defeat inflicted by Ugaire son of Dunlang, king of Leinster, on Sitric son of Olaf, with the Foreigners of Dublin, at Dergnae Mogoróc, and a red slaughter of Foreigners took place there.

     T1021.2

    Cú Chaille Ó Dublaoich, king of Fartullagh, died.

     T1021.3

    A shower of wheat poured in Ossory during the time of Maelseachnaill son of Domhnall.

     T1021.4

    A foray by Maelseachlainn on the Foreigners. A foray on the same day on the Cianachta by the Uí Néill. A great foray by Maelseachlainn on the morrow, into the Kindred of Eogan, and their expulsion northwards over Sliab Fuait.

     p.360
     T1021.5

    Branacán grandson of Maeluidhir, viceroy of Meath, was drowned on Mayday in Lough Ennell.

     T1021.6

    Aodh son of Flann son of Flann son of Maelseachlainn, crown prince of Ireland, was killed by Ó Maightheacháin one of the Fir Bili.

     T1021.7

    Maelmhuire daughter of Olaf died.

T1022
     T1022.0

    Kl. the second day, the 24th of the moon.

     T1022.1

    The son of Cearbhall, king of Éile, was killed.

     T1022.2

    Sitric son of Ímar, king of Waterford, was killed by the king of Ossory.

     T1022.3

    Mac Léighinn son of Cairell, king of Oriel, rested a penitent.

     T1022.4

    Maelseachlainn the Great, son of Donnchadh, overking of all Ireland, and the tower of supporting generosity and nobleness of the whole west of the world, died in Cró Inis of Lough Ennell in the 43rd year of his reign.

    1. Three hundred camps had the king,
      Bestowing raiment and food:
      Nurture from the King of the Elements
      Amidst every good stronghold.
    2. The vat of the man of the hill in the west,
      If Meath's king feel desire for it,
      On Sunday he drinks a draught thereof,
      On Monday in the morning in Meath.

     p.361
     T1022.5

    Muircheartach son of Carrach the Brave, was treacherously killed by the Stammerer.

     T1022.6

    A seafight on the sea between the Foreigners of Dublin and Niall son of Eochaidh, king of Ulster. The Foreigners were defeated and they themselves were brought into captivity, and along with them their galleys, save what got away by force. Flaithrí son of Dub Slanga, son of Aodh son of Tomaltach, king of Lecale, fell by the Foreigners in that sea-fight, in the seventeenth year of his age.

     T1022.7

    The plundering of Kildare by Donnslébe Ó Faoláin.

     T1022.8

    Muireadhach of the tongues, grandson of Sléibhín, chief poet of the north of Ireland, was slain by the Fir Rois.

     T1022.9

    Mathgamhain son of Laidhgnén son of Cearbhall, king of Farney, was killed by Cathal Ó Crichan in Clones.

     p.362
     T1022.10

    Domhnall Ó Murchadha Knee-to-floor, king of the North, was slain by the Cianachta of Glenn Gemin.

     T1022.11

    Domhnall son of Aodh Ó Maoldoraidh was slain.

T1023
     T1023.0

    Kl. the third day, luna quinta .xuii. decennouenalis circuili uigisimo uero post mille.

     T1023.1

    An eclipse of the sun at midday, and an eclipse of the moon in the same month.

     T1023.2

    Domhnall son of Aodh the Little grandson of Maelseachlainn, one of the two kings of Meath, was killed by the son of Senán Ó Leochain and by the Luighne.

     T1023.3

    A foray by the Foreigners over Southern Bregia and on St Ciannán's Duleek, and Anfith Ó Cathasaigh, king of the Saithne, was killed by them.

     T1023.4

    Donnchadh Ó Duinnchuan, king of Bregia, was caputed by the Foreigners in their own husting, and carried to the east.

     T1023.5

    Lochlainn son of Maelseachlainn, king of Inishowen and Mag Itha was killed by his own brother, namely, Niall, and by the Cianacht of Glenn Gemin.

     T1023.6

    Tadhg son of Brian Bóroma was treacherously killed by the Eili,  p.363 instigated by his brother, namely Donnchadh.

     T1023.7

    Conchobhar son of Aonghus son of Carrach Calma was treacherously killed by the Stammerers.

     T1023.8

    The glebeland of Clonmacnois was plundered by Gadhra Ó Dunadhaigh who took many hundred cows thereout.

     T1023.9

    Leobelin king of Wales died.

     T1023.10

    A hosting by Tadhg son of Cathal son of Conchobhar, king of Connacht, in Uí Briúin, and therein Domhnall Ó hEaghra, king of the Luighne, was killed.

     T1023.11

    Henry, king of the world, rested in peace. After him Conrad assumed sovereignty over the world.

T1024
     T1024.0

    K. iiii. feria luna xui. Xuiii anno decinnouenalis circuli millisimo uero ac .xx.iiii. anno Incarnationis Dominice anno hic annus bisextilis est..

     T1024.1

    Augaire son of Dúnland, king of Leinster, and Mael Mórdha, son of Lorcán, king of the Uí Cennselaigh, and his son, the same house was taken and burned upon them, at Dubloch, by Donn Slébe, and there they were killed.

     T1024.2

    Cú Chaille son of Gairbíth of the Fir Breg rested.

     p.364
     T1024.3

    The plundering of Slane and the robbing and burning thereof by Domhnall the Stammerer.

     T1024.4

    Donnslébe son of Maelmórdha, king of the Uí Faeláin, went on a foray into Offaly, till the king of Offaly and a body of his people and of the Uí Muireadhaigh overtook him and killed him at the place where the plunder of Kildare was divided.

     T1024.5

    The rout of the Staves inflicted by Gerr Gaela on the Foreigners.

     T1024.6

    A battle between Ó Ruairc and Ó Maeldoraidh in Corann, and Ó Ruairc was routed.

     T1024.7

    A hosting by the son of Eochaidh to the Foreigners and he brought away from them the hostages of the Gaels, together with other great spoil.

     T1024.8

    Cuan Ó Leochan, chief historian of Ireland and her chief sage, was killed in Teffia, and those that killed him became putrid in the same hour, and that is a poet's miracle.

     T1024.9

    Domhnall Ó hEaghra, king of the Corann, died.

     T1024.10

    Maelruanaidh Ó Ciardha, king of Carbery, died.

 p.365
T1025
     T1025.0

    K. ui.

     T1025.1

    Niall Ó Conchobhair, crown prince of Connacht, was killed.

     T1025.2

    Gearr Gaela, king of Bregh, was killed and burned by the folk of the south of Bregia and by Mathghamhain Ó Riacáin.

     T1025.3

    Dunghal Ó Donnchadha, king of Cashel, rested.

     T1025.4

    A hosting by Flaithbheartach Ó Néill so that he took from the Foreigners the hostages of the Gaels.

     T1025.5

    A hosting into Bregia by Domhnall the Stammerer, and he banished the Uí Néill northwards over Sliabh Fuaid.

     T1025.6

    Termonfeckin was plundered and burned on Christmas Eve by the Uí Cricháin.

     T1025.7

    Maelseachlainn Got, king of Midhe, died.

     T1025.8

    Ó Comaltan, king of the Uí Fiachrach of Aidne, was killed.

T1026
     T1026.0

    K. uii.

     T1026.1

    A hosting by Donnchadh son of Brian, so that he took hostages of the men of Meath and Bregia and the Foreigners and Leinster and Ossory.

     T1026.2

    A hosting by Flaithbheartach Ó Néill and by the son of Maelseachlainnn son of Maelruanaidh into Meath, and they got hostages, and went on the ice into Inishmot and ravaged it.

     p.366
     T1026.3

    A great foray by Gerr in Chogaidh on Domhnach Seachnaill, and on the morrow he was treacherously killed in his own house by Muireadhach Ó Céile—and that is a great miracle of St Sechnall's—he and his two brothers, Etighén and Giolla Maith.

     T1026.4

    Muircheartach son of Congalach king of Ó Failghe was killed by the Foreigners of Dublin.

     T1026.5

    Aimirgein Ó Mórdha, king of Leix, was slain, and Cú Duiligh Ó Bergdha.

     T1026.6

    Maelruanaidh Ó Maoldoraidh, king of Cenél Conaill, went on his pilgrimage over sea.

     T1026.7

    A foray by Ossorians into Uí Muireadhaigh and they took great spoils and mortally wounded Murchad son of Dúnlang, and the Uí Muireadhaigh invaded Ossory and plundered Tullamaine and killed the prior.

     T1026.8

    A hosting by Ossorians into Uí Cennselaigh, so that they ravaged the country.

     T1026.9

    Three battles were broken by Raen Ó Maelseachlainn, king of Meath and crown prince of Ireland, to wit, a battle over the men of Meath and a battle over the men of Bregia and a battle over the Foreigners.

 p.367
T1027
     T1027.0

    K. i.

     T1027.1

    Ruaidhrí Ó Fogartaigh, king of the south of Bregia, died in penitence after attaining old age.

     T1027.2

    Tadhg Mac Giolla Pádraig was blinded by Donnchadh Mac Giolla Pádraig.

     T1027.3

    A hosting by Donnchadh son of Brian into Ossory, till a division of his people were defeated and Gadhra son of Dúnadhach, king of Síol Anmchadha was then slain, and Domhnall son of Senchán son of Flaithbheartach, crown prince of Munster, and Maelseachlainn son of the king of Corcomroe, and two sons of Cuilén son of Conchobhar and the crownprince of the Eoghanacht, and Ócan grandson of Corc son of Anluan, and many others who are not numbered.

     T1027.4

    The Staff of Jesus was desecrated.

     T1027.5

    Maelruanaidh Ó Maoldoraidh died in pilgrimage.

     T1027.6

    Muircheartach son of Dúnlang died.

     T1027.7

    Richard king of the Franks died.king of the Franks.

     p.368
     T1027.8

    A hosting led by Sitric son of Olaf and by Donnchadh king of Bregia into Meath as far as Lickblaw and Moin Milain, and the men of Meath, including Raon Ó Maolseachlainn encountered them, and Raon, king of the west of Meath, fell there, and Donnchadh, king of Bregia, fell, and Giolla Ausaili and Mac Giolla Coimgin, king of the Uí Briúin of Cualu, and many others.

     T1027.9

    Cathalán Ó Críchán, king of Farney, and Cú Locha Ó Gairbith, king of Uí Méith, fell together in a duel.

     T1027.10

    Brian son of Cathal Ó Conchobhair, crown prince of Connacht, was killed by Maelseachnaill Ó Maelruanaidh, king of Crimthann.

T1028
     T1028.0

    Kl. second feria, the first of the moon.

     T1028.1

    Tuathal Ó Dubanich, bishop of Clonard, died.

     T1028.2

    Sitric son of Olaf went to Rome with Flanducán son of Ceallach, king of Bregia, and many others.

     T1028.3

    Donnchadh Ó Conghalaigh was killed by the Conaille.

     T1028.4

    Sitric son of Olaf came from Rome.

 p.369
T1029
     T1029.0

    K. iiii. third feriatwelfth of the moon.

     T1029.1

    Olaf son of Sitric, king of the Foreigners, was taken prisoner by Mathghamhain Ó Riagán, king of Bregia, till he left 1200 cows and six score horses and the sword of Carlus and the son of the man that had captured him.

     T1029.2

    A great loss of life on Inis Lainne in Cairbre Mór, where forty persons of nobles of Cairbre were burned alive, including Aodh Ó Ruairc, king of Cairbre, and the superior of Drumcliff.

     T1029.3

    Muirecheartach Ó Maoldoraidh, king of Cenél Conaill, was slain by Ó Canannáin at Crot Canannáin.

     T1029.4

    Donnchadh Ó Donnacáin, king of Farney, and Cinaeth son of the Gerrce, king of Conaille, fell together in a duel at Killeavy.

     T1029.5

    Mael Colaim son of Mael Brighde son of Ruaidhrí, king of Scotland, died.

     T1029.6

    Conchobhar, crownprince of Connacht, was blinded by Tadhg Ó Conchobhair.

T1030
     T1030.0

    Kl. u. fifth feria, 23rd of the moon.

     T1030.1

    Flaithbheartach Ó Néill went to Rome in the thirtieth year after the millennium.

     p.370
     T1030.2

    The Staff of Jesus was desecrated as regards three horses, and at the end of three days the desecrator was killed.

     T1030.3

    Donnchadh king of Cairbre was killed by the Uí Fiachrach of Murisc before the house of Adamnán's Shrine Skreen.

     T1030.4

    Roscommon and Elphin and the whole of Magh nAí were laid waste.

     T1030.5

    The laying waste of Meath by Maelseachlainn.

     T1030.6

    Ó Maelseachlainn routed by Gott, where fell Ó Cearnacháin, king of the Luigne.

     T1030.7

    Ruaidhrí Ó Canannáin was killed at the Mourne river by Aodh Ó Néill.

     T1030.8

    The kingdom of Meath was seized by Maelseachlainn and the Stammerer was expelled upon Lough Ree.

     T1030.9

    Aodh Ó Maeldoraidh  16b2was killed by the king of Brefne, the Cock (i.e. Art) Ó Ruairc.

     T1030.10

    Tadhg son of Cathal son of Conchobhar, king of Connacht, was killed by Ó Maelruanaidh, king of Crumthann, and by the Clan Coscraidh including Ecsaide Ó Cathluain.

     T1030.11

    Plundering of Wales by the English and the Foreigners of Dublin.

     p.371
     T1030.12

    Domhnall the Stammerer, king of Meath, was treacherously killed by his own soldier, Cú Cairn Ó Cobhthaigh.

     T1030.13

    Tadhg son of Lorcán, king of the Uí Cennselaig, died in penitence at Glendalough.

     T1030.14

    Cú Mara son of Mac Liag died.

     T1030.15

    Gormlaith daughter of Murchadh son of Fland, mother of Sitric son of Olaf, king of the Foreigners, and of Donnchadh son of Brian, king of Munster, died.

     T1030.16

    The falling together in a duel of two kings of the Gailenga to wit Cú Calgaig and John Ó Leochan.

     T1030.17

    Cathal son of Amalgaid king of the Uí Ceallaigh of Cualu, and his wife, the daughter of Mac Giolla Coemgin, were killed by the son of Ceallach son of Dunchadh and by the sons of Aodh son of Tuathal.

     T1030.18

    Conchobhar son of Tadhg Ó Ceallaigh, king of Uí Maine, was killed by the men of Teffa.

T1031
     T1031.0

    Kl. ui. M.XXXI.

     T1031.1

    Cú Sléibhe Ó Dobuilén, king of Corco Firtri, was treacherously killed.

     T1031.2

    Iron-knee son of Sitric was killed by the folk of the south of Bregia.

     p.372
     T1031.3

    Flaithbheartach Ó Murchadha, king of Cenél Bogaine, died.

     T1031.4

    Raghnall son of Raghnall, king of Waterford, was treacherously killed in Dublin.

     T1031.5

    Canute, son of Swegen, king of England and Denmark, died.

     T1031.6

    A raid by Sitric on Ardbraccan, and he took out of it captives and kine.

     T1031.7

    A raid by Conchobhar Ó Maelseachnaill to Swords, and he burned Swords, and took many captives and plenty of cows.

     T1031.8

    Ó Ruairc, that is, the Cork, plundered St Brénainn's Clonfert, and on the same day he was defeated by Donnchadh son of Brian, with the loss of men and ferryboats.

     T1031.9

    Inishowen was plundered by Flaithbheartach of the Pilgrim's Staff, son of Muircheartach Ó Néill, and by his son Aodh Athlamán.

     T1031.10

    Diarmaid son of Domhnall son of Faelán, king of the Deise, died.

     T1031.11

    Donnslébhe and his brother were killed by Murchadh son of Brec in the battle of Sliabh Cua.

     T1031.12

    A hosting by Mac Eochadha to Telach óc and he obtained nothing. Aodh Ó Néill got round him eastwards and carried off a thousand cows and  p.373 twelve hundred human beings.

T1032
     T1032.0

    K. uii.

     T1032.1

    Domhnall son of Mael Ruanaidh Ó Maeldoraidh, king of the Kindred of Conall, was killed by the Clann Fiangusa.

     T1032.2

    Mael Tuile, bishop of Armagh, rested.

     T1032.3

    Romanus pope of Rome rested.

     T1032.4

    A fireflaught in England, which burned many human being at York.

     T1032.5

    Muircheartach Ó Maelseachlainn was blinded by Conchobhar Ó Maelseachlainn.

     T1032.6

    Conchobhar son of Maelseachlainn Ó Dubhda was killed by his brother, the son of Niall Ó Dubhda.

     T1032.7

    Étru Ó Conaing, crown prince of Munster, was slain by the community of Emly.

T1033
     T1033.0

    K. ii.

     T1033.1

    A defeat inflicted by Murchadh Ó Maolseachlainn on the people of Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn, wherein Ó Carraigh Calma was killed and Ó Caindealbháin, king of Loeguire and king of Fir Cul and others.

     p.374
     T1033.2

    Conchobhar Ó Muireadhaigh, king of Kerry, was slain.

     T1033.3

    The Fair of Carman held by Donnchadh Mac Giolla Pádraig, after taking the kingship of Leinster.

     T1033.4

    Aimirgen, king of Éli, died.

     T1033.5

    A battle between the Éli, wherein fell Braen Ó Cléirigh and Muireadhach son of Muircheartach Mac Giolla Pádraig, and another host of nobles.

     T1033.6

    Aodh son of Flaithbheartach Ó Néill, king of Ailech, departed at a ripe age, after penance for his misdeeds.

     T1033.7

    Fogartach Ó hAodha, king of the Fir Luirg and of the Uí Fiachrach of Ard Sratha, was killed by the Fir Manach.

     T1033.8

    Aonghus Ó Cathail, king of the Eoghanacht of Loch Léin, was killed.

T1034
     T1034.0

    K. iii.

     T1034.1

    Maolcoluim son of Cinaedh, king of Scotland, glory of the whole west of Europe, died.

     T1034.2

    Amhlaoimh son of Sitric was killed by Englishmen as he was going to Rome.

     T1034.3

    Suibne mac Cinaetha, king of Galloway was killed

     p.375
     T1034.4

    The men of Munster stormed a house at Conmacnois containing a party of the men of Teffa, where Béc, Ó hAgda's son, and other nobles fell.

     T1034.5

    Dubh Daingean, son of Donnchadh, of the Uí Maine, that is, the king of Connacht, was slain by his own people, namely Sitric Ó F{}.

     T1034.6

    Giolla Pádraig Ó Flannacáin, king of Teffa, per dolum is killed.

     T1034.7

    Muireadhach Ó Flaithbheartaigh, king of the Uí Briúin, per dolum is killed.

T1035
     T1035.0

    K. iiii.

     T1035.1

    Cnutt son of Sdain, king of England, died.

T1036
     T1036.0

     17a1K. u.

     T1036.1

    Donnchadh son of Dúnlang, king of Leinster, was blided by Donnchadh Mac Giolla Pádraig, and thereof he died.

     T1036.2

    Maolseachlainn Ó Maolruanaidh, king of Cremthann, was killed by Aodh Ó Conchobhair in revenge for Tadhg son of Cathal, and Brian.

     T1036.3

    The Scológ i.e. Niall Ó Flannacáin, king of Teffa, found death from his own people.

     T1036.4

    Flaithbheartach son of Murchadh Ó Néill, king of Aileach, died.

     p.376
     T1036.5

    Donnchadh son of Flann, crownprince of Tara, was killed by the men of Brefne.

     T1036.6

    Muircheartach Ó Flaithbheartaigh and Niall son of Muirghius, two crown princes of the west of Connacht, were killed.

     T1036.7

    Ruaidhrí son of Tadhg son of Lorcán was blinded by Maol na mBó.

     T1036.8

    Sitric son of Olaf went from his realm over the sea, and Eachmarcach reigned in his stead.

     T1036.9

    Gofraidh son of Sitric was killed in Wales by the son of Iron-knee.

T1037
     T1037.0

    K. uii.

     T1037.1

    Cathal son of Ruaidhrí, king of the west of Connacht, went on his pilgrimage to Armagh.

     T1037.2

    Cú Mumhan Ó Raband, king of Waterford, was killed.

     T1037.3

    Waterford was plundered and burned by Diarmaid son of Maol na mBó.

     T1037.4

    Flann Ó Maolseachlainn was blinded by Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn.

     T1037.5

    Cearnachán Got was killed by Sitric Ó Flannacáin of the Uí Maine.

     p.377
     T1037.6

    Three of the Uí Maoldoraidh were killed by Ó Canannáin.

     T1037.7

    Giolla Coeimhghin son of Amalgaidh, king of the Uí Ceallaigh was killed by the sons of Aodh son of Tuathal.

     T1037.8

    Muirghius Ó Concheanainn, king of the Uí Diarmada, died.

     T1037.9

    Three of the Uí Fallomhain and Fionnachta Ó hUrchada were treacherously killed by Conchobhar.

T1038
     T1038.0

    K. i.

     T1038.1

    Ímar succeeded Echmarcach and Rechru was plundered by the Foreigners.

     T1038.2

    Laidhgnén Ó Leochan, king of the Gaileanga, was taken prisoner.

     T1038.3

    A battle between the Dealbhna and the Uí Maine at the Feast of St Ciarán in Clonmacnois, wherein multitudes fell, and the victory was gained by the Dealbhna.

     T1038.4

    The plundering of Clonard by the Gaileanga under Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn, and many were slain by the Gaileanga.

     T1038.5

    A battle between Conrad king of the Saxons and Odo king of the Franks, wherein a thousand fell, including Odo.

     p.378
     T1038.6

    Cú duilig Ó Donnchadha, crown prince of Cashel, was killed by Ó Faoláin.

     T1038.7

    Ó haimirgin, king of Teftha, was killed.

T1039
     T1039.0

    K. M.xxx.ix. anno K. ii.M.xxx.ix. anno.

     T1039.1

    Iacó, king of Wales, was killed by his own people.

     T1039.2

    Domhnall son of Donnchadh, king of the Uí Faoláin, was slain by Domhnall Ó Fearghail, king of the Forths.

     T1039.3

    Donnchadh Dearg son of Art Uallach Ó Ruairc, crown prince of Brefne, was killed by Aodh son of Conchobhar (that is, Aodh of the Gapped Spear) instead of his father; and that Donnchadh was king of the whole of the east of Connacht.

     T1039.4

    Muireadhach son of Flaithbheartach Ó Néill was killed by the Uí Labhradha.

     T1039.5

    Mac Ruaidhrí, king of Farney, was killed.

     T1039.6

    A hosting led by Donnchadh Mac Giolla Pádraig with the Ossorians and the Leinstermen, and he burned as far as Knowth and Drogheda.

     p.379
     T1039.7

    Donnchadh son of Giolla Pádraig, overking of Leinster and Ossory, champion of Ireland, found death together with a prey.

     T1039.8

    Mac Ruisse king of the Kindred of Fiachra, was killed by the king of the Fir Cúl.

     T1039.9

    Murchadh Ruadh son of Maolseachlainn was blinded by Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn.

T1040
     T1040.0

    K. iii.

     T1040.1

    Donnchadh son of Crínan, overking of Scotland, was killed by his own immatura aetate.

     T1040.2

    Columkill's Moone, Disert Diarmada and My Senoc's Mugna and Clonmore were plundered by Diarmaid son of Maol na mBó king of the Uí Cennselaigh and many capitives were taken out of the prayer houses.

     T1040.3

    The prayer house of Larabrien was burned and plundered by the men of Meath.

     T1040.4

    Ó Dublaich, king of the Fir Tulach, was killed by his own family.

     T1040.5

    The battle of Cell Dornann was gained by the Foreigners and by Mac Briain over Mac Faeláin, and Mac Faeláin was killed therein.

 p.380
T1041
     T1041.0

    Kalends of January the fifth day.

     T1041.1

    Muircheartach Mac Giolla Pádraig, one of the two kings of Ossory, was treacherously killed by the Uí Caeluide, his own people.

     T1041.2

    Faolán Ó Morda, king of Leix, was blinded by Murchadh son of Dunlang.

     T1041.3

    A foray by the Uí Cennsilaigh into the Uí Bairrche, and the son of Murchadh, son of Dúnlang, overtook them and routed them at Cell Mo Lapóic, so that they left a great slaughter, including Domhnall the Fat, crown prince of the Uí Cennsilaigh.

     T1041.4

    Cú Críche Ó Dúnlaing, king of Leix, and his son, and Cailleoc his wife were killed at the same time by Mac Conáin at the House of Mochua son of Lonán Timahoe and on the morrow he was killed by Ó Braonáin, and that was a mighty miracle of Mochua's.

     T1041.5

    Glenn Uisin was plundered by the son of Maol na mBó, and the prayer house was demolished, and hundred human beings were killed therein, and seven hundred were carried off in vengeance for the burning of Ferns by the son of Brian and by Murchadh son of Dúnlang, and in vengeance for his brother, i.e. Domhnall the Fat.

     p.381
     T1041.6

    Mac Ainmere, chief judge of Armagh and a flood of Ireland's lore, died.

     T1041.7

    Giolla Comgaill, son of Donn Cuan, son of Dúnlang, was taken by force out of Kildare by Murchadh son of Dúnlang and killed in the place where he had outrages St Brigit's successor.

     T1041.8

    Two sons of Faolán son of Murchadh, i.e. Donnchadh and Glún Iarainn, were killed by the son of Braen son of Mael Mórdha.

T1042
     T1042.0

    Mxlii.

    Kalends of January ui. MXLII.

     T1042.1

    Sitric and Cailleach Finnéin his daughter died.

     T1042.2

    Maol Brighde, bishop of Kildare, rested.

     T1042.3

    Murchadh son of Dúnlang, king of Leinster, and Donnchadh son of Aodh, king of the Uí Bairrche, fell by Giolla Pádraig son of Donnchadh king of Ossory and by Mac Craith Ó Donnchadha, king of Ossory, and by Mac Craith Ó Donnchadha, king of the Eoghanachta, nicknamed Load of Plunder, on Magh Muilchet in Leix.

     T1042.4

    Mac Craith son of Gormán son of Tresach, king of the Uí Bairrche, and his wife, were killed at Díseart Diarmada by the Uí Allain.

 p.382
T1043
     T1043.0

    Kalends the seventh feria16.

     T1043.1

    Cathal son of Ruaidhrí, king of the west of Connacht, died on his pilgrimage at Armagh.

     T1043.2

    Flaithbheartach bishop of Downpatrick died.

     T1043.3

    Domhnall Ó Fearghail, king of the Fortuatha of Leinster, was killed by the son of Tuathal son of Fiachra, in the glebe of St Kevin.

     T1043.4

    A raid by Ceallach son of Bran as far as the glebe of St Kevin, and he carried off many cows and killed sixty of the congregation of the place.

     T1043.5

    A raid by the men of Ossory and the east of Munster, led by Mac Craith Ó Donnchadha and by Ó Donnacáin, king of Ára, as far as Dún na Sciath, where they burned the fort and took some small spoils, but Cathach overtook them, and Ó Donnacáin, king of Ára, was slain there.

     T1043.6

    A foray by Andadh Ó Ruairc over Louth and over Druim Inesclainn and into all Conaille Muirthemne. But the sainst, named Mochta and Rónán, took vengeance straightaway, for towards the end of the year Andadh was slain by one of the Scots. By the son of Art the Little,  p.383 grandson of Cú fiacla, king of Teftha, he was slain.

     T1043.7

    A defeat inflicted on the Kindred of Conaill by the Kindred of Eoghan in the glebe of thy Beoóc.

     T1043.8

    The fasting of the community of Ciaran, at Tulach Garba, upon Aodh Ó Confhiachla, the king of Teffa, and the bell called Bernán Ciaráin Ciarán's Gapling was struck against him with the end of the Bachall Íssu. Now in the place at which he turned his back on the clerics, in that place his head was cut off before the month's end.

T1044
     T1044.0

    Kalends of January first day, the moon 27, 1044.

     T1044.1

    Ó hAodha, king of the Uí Fiachrach Arda was killed.

     T1044.2

    Maol Mochta bishop of Louth rested.

     T1044.3

    A hosting by the son of Eochaidh into Bregia, where he left two hundred of his people.

     T1044.4

    The burning of St Patrick's Skreen by the son of Harald.

     T1044.5

    The clerk Ó Conchobhair was killed by the men of Brefne, and  p.384 a multitude together with him.

     T1044.6

    Murchadh son of Bran, king of the Uí Faeláin, was killed by Mac Giolla Mocholmóc, crown prince of the Uí Dunchadha.

     T1044.7

    Clonmacnois was plundered by the Conmaicne, but God and St Ciarán inflicted vengeance for it upon them, and the greater part of their men and their cattle died.

     T1044.8

    A slaughter of the men of Teffa and Conmaicne was inflicted by the men of Meath and the Ednech, wherein fell Mac Ruitin and Cuilén son of Uallachán and Ó Ledbáin.

T1045
     T1045.0

    Kalends third feria the ninth of moon the first year i.e. the first year of the decennovenal cycle.

     T1045.1

    Glún Iarainn Ó Cleirchen, king of Uí Cairpre, died.

     T1045.2

    Dearth and great poverty in France, and the almost total devastation of Cologne and Rouen.

     T1045.3

    A slaughter in Rathlin of the Ulaid including Raghnall Ó hEochadha, by Ímar son of Harald.

     T1045.4

    Flaithbheartach Ó Canannáin, king of Tyrconnell, died.

     T1045.5

    A slaughter of the kindred of Eoghan and the Airgéill, including Muircheartach son of Flaithbheartach  18b1  p.385 Ó Néill, at Casan Linni, by the Saithne led by Gairbith Ó Cathasaigh, and by the men of Bregia.

     T1045.6

    Carthach son of Sairbrethach, king of the Eoghanacht of Cashel, was burned in a house set on fire by the son of Longargán, son of Donnchuan, together with a great number of nobles who were there burned.

     T1045.7

    Domhnall Ó Cetfadha head of the Dál Cais and glory of Munster died.

     T1045.8

    Manchán son of Maolseachlainn son of Ceannfaeladh son of Conchobhar, crown prince of the Uí Conaill, was killed.

     T1045.9

    Ó Donnacán king of Muskerry Ó hAedha was killed.

     T1045.10

    A battle between the men of Scotland on one road, wherein Crínan, abbot of Dunkeld was killed and a multitude along with him, to wit, nine score laymen.

     T1045.11

    A hosting by Mac Eochadha and Maolseachlainn as far as the Foreigners, and they burned Swords and Fingal.

     T1045.12

    Clonfert with its stone house was burned by the Uí Maine and Cúchonnacht son of Gadhr Ó Dunadaig was killed therein.

     p.386
     T1045.13

    Amalgaidh son of Flann, king of Calraighe, died of an unknown disease before the end of three days after a compulsory billeting on Clonmacnois.

T1046
     T1046.0

    Kalends iiii. 1046.

     T1046.1

    Muireadhach son of Flaithbheartach Ó Néill, and Aiteth son of Aiteth, king of the Uí Eachach of Ulster, were burned in a house set on fire by Cú Uladh son of Congalach son of Cennéitigh.

     T1046.2

    Ó Findgaine, king of the Eoghanacht of Caill na Manach, was killed.

     T1046.3

    Art the Proud Ó Ruairc, king of Connacht, was killed by the kindred of Conall in the second year after the plundering of Clonmacnois.

     T1046.4

    Conchobhar Ó Loingsigh, king of Dalariada was killed in Leinster by the son of Domhnall Ó Loingsigh.

     T1046.5

    Fearghal Ó Ciardha, king of Cairbre, was killed by the men of Teffa.

     T1046.6

    Eachmarcach succeeded Harald in Dublin.

     T1046.7

    Gormlaith daughter of Flann, son of Maolseachlainn, rested in her old age after repentance.

     p.387
     T1046.8

    Maolruanaidh Got Ó Giardha was killed.

T1047
     T1047.0

    Kalends 5th day the first of the moon.

     T1047.1

    Ciarchaille son of Foghlaidh rested.

     T1047.2

    Muircheartach son of Mac Madadhain, king of the Uí Breasail, was treacherously killed in Armagh by Matadán son of Célechar and by the Uí Nialláin.

     T1047.3

    Ulster was almost wholly devastated and its people went into Leinster.

     T1047.4

    Niall son of Art the Proud, descendant of Ruarc, king of Brefne and the east of Connacht, was killed by Aodh Ó Conchobhair in the Corann.

     T1047.5

    The son of Donnchadh the Stammerer, crown prince of Tara, rested.

     T1047.6

    A hosting by Niall son of Maolseachlainn, with the Kindred of Eoghan and the men of Oriel, into Bregia, where they killed Matadán Ó hIfearnáin, the chief of Clan Crecháin.

     T1047.7

    Ó hEidhin, king of the Uí Fiachrach of Aidne, died.

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T1048
     T1048.0

    Kalends sixth day, the 12th of the moon. 1048.

     T1048.1

    Céile, bishop of Bishop Mael's Ardachad, died.

     T1048.2

    A hosting by Domhnall son of Brian over Meath and Bregia to the Foreigners and the Leinstermen, and he obtained hostages from the son of Maol na mBó, and his will from the Foreigners.

     T1048.3

    Dúnlang son of Dúnlang, king of Uí Briúin of Cualu and glory of the east of Ireland, died by his own brothers.

     T1048.4

    Fearghal Ó Maolmhuaidh, king of Fir Ceall, died.

     T1048.5

    Ceannfaeladh Ó Cuill, doctor of Munster, died.

     T1048.6

    Giolla Coluim Ó hEicnigh, overking of Airgiall rested in Christ, and in Ulster he was buried, i.e. in Downpatrick.

     T1048.7

    Maolfabhaill Ó hEidhin, king of Uí Fiachrach of Aidhne, died.

     T1048.8

    Mac Conmara, grandson of Macliac, was killed by the son Tadhg Ó Maolruanaidh.

     T1048.9

    A raid by the son of Maol na mBó on the Déise and he carried off captives and cattle.

     T1048.10

    A raid by Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn over Magh Life and over  p.389 the glebe of Kildare, whence he carried off great preys. A raid by the Uí Faoláin over Clonard in revenge for that raid.

     T1048.11

    A hosting by the son of Eochaidh and by the son of Maol na mBó into Meath, where they burned almost all the churches of the men of Meath.

     T1048.12

    Gairbíth Ó Cathasaigh, king of Bregia, was captured by Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn, and Gairbíth left seven hostages with Conchobhar.

     T1048.13

    Then came the crown prince of Uí Maine, and Ó Maolruanaidh and Ó Flannacán and the cleric Ó Taidhg and Mac Buadachán, crown prince of Delbna, and he routed them and killed them all.

T1049
     T1049.0

    Kalends the first day, the 24th of the moon. 1049.

     T1049.1

    Flaithbheartach son of Ó Loingsigh was killed in a combat by the son of Conchobhar Ó Loingsigh, and Murchadh son of Maolseachlainn was killed treacherously by the same Conchobhar.

     T1049.2

    A hosting by the Ulaid and the Leinstermen into Meath to demand the hostages of the men of Bregia, and then these hostages, together with Toirdhealbhach Ó Cathasaigh, were killed by Conchobhar and the armies afterwards burned the country, both churches and fortresses.

     p.390
     T1049.3

    A hosting by the son of Brian to Magh nAirb and he obtained hostages of Leinster and Ossory.

     T1049.4

    Roscommon was burned, both the stone house and the great church, by the men of Brefne.

     T1049.5

    Conchobhar Ó Cennfaelad, king of the Uí Conaill Gabra, was killed by the king of the Eoghanacht of Loch Léin.

     T1049.6

    Aneislis son of Domnall, king of Corcovaskin, was killed by the son of Aiseth, son of Domnall, the son of his own brother.

T1050
     T1050.0

    Kalends second day, the 7th of the moon. 1050.

     T1050.1

    Maolruanaidh son of Conchobhar, king of Éile, was treacherously killed by his own household.

     T1050.2

    Clonmacnois was thrice plundered in the same quarter of the year, once by the Síol Anmchada and twice by the Calraighe with the Foxes.

     T1050.3

    Donnchadh son of Giolla Faoláin, king of Offaly, died.

     T1050.4

    Lann Léire was plundered and burned by Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn.

     T1050.5

    Birth of Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Ireland.

 p.391
T1051
     T1051.0

    Kalends the 3rd feria, the 15th of the moon. 1051.

     T1051.1

    Murchadh son of Brecc crown prince of the Déise, was killed by his own brother.

     T1051.2

    Ó Conchobhair, king of Offaly, was killed by his own household.

     T1051.3

    Faolán son of Bratán son of Brecc was killed in the stone house of Lismore. Maolseachlainn son of Muircheartach son of Brecc it was that killed Faolán.

     T1051.4

    Amalgaidh son of Cathal son of Ruaidhrí, king of the west of Connacht, was blinded by Aodh Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht, and after that Aodh took up his abode in the west of Connacht.

     T1051.5

    A rout inflicted by Ó Maoldoraidh on the Connachtmen, wherein many fell.

     T1051.6

    Cathal son of Tighearnán, king of Breifne, went on a raid into Eba and sacked Dúnfeig, wherein fell fifty men, and whence seven hundred cows were taken.

     T1051.7

    Diarmaid son of Domhnall son of Brian was treacherously killed by Murchadh son of Brian.

     T1051.8

    A rout of the Conmaicne on Sliabh Formaela by Aodh Ó Conchobhair, wherein many of the Conmaicne fell slaughtered.

     p.392
     T1051.9

    Laidhgnén son of Maolán Ó Leocháin, king of the Gailenga, went to Rome, and died in the east after coming from Rome.

     T1051.10

    Domhnall Bán Ó Briain was killed by Aodh Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht.

     T1051.11

    The sacred tree of Magh Adhair was felled by Aodh Ó Conchobhair.

T1052
     T1052.0

    Kalends the fourth day, the 27th of the moon.

     T1052.1

    Mac Raith grandson of Donnchadh, king of the Eoghanacht of Cashel, crown prince of Munster, died.

     T1052.2

    A raid by the son of Maol na mBó into Fingal and he burned the country from Dublin to the Delvin river, but he overtook no cows, so that he and the Foreigners fought great skirmishes round the fortress of Dublin, wherein fell many on both sides, and Echmarcach son of Raghnall, the king of the Foreigners, went overseas, and the son of Maol na mBó assumed the kingship after him.

     T1052.3

    A slaughter of the Callraighe, including their king, the son of Aireachtach, by the Conmaicne, through the virtue of St Ciarán's shrine.

     p.393
     T1052.4

    A raid by Ó Conchobhair on the Conmaicne, and he greatly ravaged the country.

     T1052.5

    The son of Maol na mBó took the kingship of Dublin by force.

T1053
     T1053.0

    Kalends the sixth day, the 7th of the moon.

     T1053.1

    Cú Chiar grandson of Maoldúin, king of Lurg, was killed by Mac na hAidche Ó Ruairc, treacherously in his own assembly. Fergal son of Mac na hAidche Ó Ruairc, was immediately killed by the Conmaicne.

     T1053.2

    Niall Ó hÉicnigh, king of Fermanagh, and Giolla Críost, his brother, were treacherously killed by the Fir Luirg.

     T1053.3

    Maolcrón son of Cathal, king of the south of Bregia, was killed on the eve of Easter Monday by Ó Riacáin, who then made raids on the Foreigners.

     T1053.4

    A hosting by Donnchadh son of Brian, and Conchobar Ó Maolseachlainn into Fingal, and they carried off hostages, and the Foxes took many captives out the stone house of Lusk, and took hostages from the son of Maol na mBó.

     T1053.5

    A hosting by Maol na mBó's son into Bregia and Meath, and he burned from Sliab to the west of Meath and carried off many cows and prisoners.

     p.394
     T1053.6

    A raid by Lethlobhar O Laidhgnén, king of Oriel on the Gailenga and on the fugitives of the men of Meath and Bregia, and he carried off many cows. But Congalach son of Senán, king of the Galenga, pursued them and overtook the cows of the Fir Manach. Then the Fir Manach, with their king Domhnall, son of Mael-Sechlainn  19a1halted, and by them fell Congalach son of Senán, king of the Gailenga, with many others.

     T1053.7

    Cochlan king of Delbna was killed by his own people. Per dolum was he killed.

T1054
     T1054.0

    Kalend 6th 7th the moon the 17th.

     T1054.1

    Aodh Ó feargaile son of Conaing son of Niall, crown prince of Ailech and king of the Kindred of Eoghan of Tulach Óg, was killed by Lethlobhar Ó Laidhgnén, king of Oriel, with many others.

     T1054.2

    A steeple of fire was seen at Ros Ela on the Sunday of the feast of St George for the space of five hours of the day, and innumerable black birds passing into and out of it, and one great bird in the midst thereon, and when the little birds would enter the steeple  p.395 they would come under his plumage. They came forth and lifted the hound that lay amid the town up on high into the air, and they cast him down again, and he straightway died. And three mantles and two shirts they lifted up on high and down again they flungs. Now the wood whereon the birds perched fell beneath them and the oak whereon the great bird sat wa a-tremble with its roots in the earth.

     T1054.3

    The lake of Syoran on Slieve Gorey stole away at the end of the night before Michaelmas, and went into the Febail.

     T1054.4

    Cacht, daughter of Raghnall, queen of Ireland, died.

     T1054.5

    A battle between the Scots and the English, wherein fell a great many soldiers.

     T1054.6

    A raid by Aodh Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht, to Corcovaskin and Tratraige, wherein he took innumberable spoils, and on that occasion there fell by him Aodh son of Cennétig, the glory of the Dalcassians.

     p.396
     T1054.7

    Two sons of Carthach were killed by Ó Donnchadha.

     T1054.8

    A hosting by the son of Maol na mBó and by Giolla Pádraig, king of Ossory, with Foreigners and Leinstermen and Ossorians, into Munster, and they reached Emly and burned Duntrileague; and Brian's son did not overtake them, for he was dwelling in the south of Ireland.

     T1054.9

    Ó Gearruidhir, bishop of Killaloe, rested.

T1055
     T1055.0

    1055 Kalends first feria, the moon 29.

     T1055.1

    Domhnall king of the Uí Fiachrach of Aidhne perished through treachery.

     T1055.2

    A raid by Aodh Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht, on the west of Meath, whence he carried of abundant spoils and many captives.

     T1055.3

    A raid by the Dalcassians into Corcomroe, and they carried thence great spoils, but a multitude of the Dalcassians were there killed.

     T1055.4

    A battle between Dub dá Lethe a successor of St Patrick and Murchadh Ó Maolseachlainn a successor of SS Finnian and Columcill, contending for Martarthech, and the victory was gained by St Patrick's successor and by the Staff of Jesus, so that many fell there.

     p.397
     T1055.5

    Maoldúin son of Giolla Odráin, bishop of Scotland and glory of the clergy of the Gaels, rested in Christ.

     T1055.6

    Cennfaeladh, one of two kings of Kerry, was killed by Conchobhar son of Muireadhach, king of the other half of Kerry.

     T1055.7

    Gilla Pátraic, king of Ossory.

     T1055.8

    A raid by Murchadh Ó Briain on Corcomroe, and he took a great prey thereout, and he burned the stone house of Kilfenora, and a great multitude fell therein.

T1056
     T1056.0

    1056 Kalends 2nd feria, moon the tenth.

     T1056.1

    Cétfaidh the bishop, the head of Munster's piety, rested.

     T1056.2

    The son of Cernachán the Stammerer was killed by Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn.fec so

     T1056.3

    Flann Mainistreach, the Gaels' author both in literature and history and poetry and versification, on the 7 Kalends of December, the 16th of the moon, happily finished his life in Christo.

     T1056.4

    Odhar son of Flann, king of the Calraige, was killed.

     p.398
     T1056.5

    Domhnall son of the Stammerer was killed by Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn.

T1057
     T1057.0

    Kalends 4th feria, moon the 21st.

     T1057.1

    Dungal son of Donnchadh king of Cashel was killed.

     T1057.2

    A battle between Fir Manach and the son of Niall Ó Ruairc i.e. Ualgarg, wherein fell the son of Niall with many others.

     T1057.3

    Maolruanaidh Ó Fógartaigh, king of the south of Eli, was killed.

     T1057.4

    Mugrón Ó Mutain, successor of St Barre and bishop, was slain by his own community as he was coming from the nocturn.

T1058
     T1058.0

    Kalends 5th feria, moon the 2nd.

     T1058.1

    Lulach, king of Scotland, was treacherously killed by Maol Coluim, son of Donnchadh.

     T1058.2

    A raid by Aodh Ó Conchobhair and by the Foxes, and they ravaged Lorrdha.

     T1058.3

    A hosting by the son of Maol na mBó into Munster, and he burned Limerick, but Donnchadh son of Brian overtook him and gave him battle. Brian's son was defeated and Cairbre Ó Ligda, St Ailbe's successor was killed there, and Rígbardán son of Cú corne,  p.399 king of the Eili. On Sliab Crot  19a2 that battle was delivered, and many fell therein.

     T1058.4

    A fleet led by the son of the king of Norway, with the Foreigners of the Orkneys and the Hebrides and and Dublin, to seize the kingdom of England, but to this God did not consent.

     T1058.5

    Mac Beathadh son of Findlaech, overking of Scotland, was killed by Malcolm son of Donnchadh.

     T1058.6

    Gallbrat, grandson of Cearbhall, crown prince of Tara, was treacherously killed by Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn.

     T1058.7

    Domhnall son of Niall Ó Ruairc was killed.

T1059
     T1059.0

    Kalends the 6th feria, the moon 13.

     T1059.1

    Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn burned and plundered Findabair Eba Fennor and Dowth.

     T1059.2

    A hosting by Diarmaid son of Maol na mBó to Meath, where he lost a large body of his people, including Muircheartach son of Dalbach son of Maolruanaidh.

     p.400
     T1059.3

    Niall Ó Maoldoraigh, king of Cenél Conaill, died in repentance.

     T1059.4

    Ruaidhrí Ó Gadhra, crown prince of Luighne, was killed.

     T1059.5

    Duarcán Ó hEaghra was killed by his own people.

     T1059.6

    Cathal son of Tighearnán son of Niall son of Aodh Ó Ruairc, king of Brefne and the east of Connacht, was killed by Aodh Ó Ruairc, that is, Aodh son of Art the Proud.

     T1059.7

    A foray by Diarmaid son of Maol na mBó into Munster, where he burned Dún mac Ingair and Nenagh and Dún Furudráin.

     T1059.8

    Congalach Ó Riacan, crown prince of Tara, was killed by Murchadh son of Diarmaid. Giolla Caoimhghin and Giolla Comgaill and Maolmórdha son of Mac Faoláin were killed by the same Murchadh.

     T1059.9

    Murchadh son of Murchadh Ó Bricc, king of the Déise of Munster, was killed by the son of Giolla Brighde Ó Faoláin.

     T1059.10

    Conaing Ó Faircheallaigh, successor of Maedhóc in Connacht and Leinster, rested.

     T1059.11

    Donnchadh son of Brian went into the house of Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht, to whom were given all the hostages that the desired.

 p.401
T1060
     T1060.0

    Kalends 7th feria, the moon 24.

     T1060.1

    Kells was burned and Leighlin on the most part.

     T1060.2

    The Éile and the Ó Fócarta plundered Clonmacnois and took many prisoners out of Cross na Screptra, and two persons were killed, a student and another layman. So God and St Ciarán commanded the Delbna to pursue them and they left their slaughtered men, including the crown prince of the Uí Fócarta, for it was he that had killed the student. Now on the morrow, at sunrise, their cattlespoil came back to Clonmacnois through St Ciarán's miracles.

     T1060.3

    Anadh Ó Lochlainn, king of Corcomroe, died.

     T1060.4

    The son of Brian submitted to the son of Maol na mBó and gave him abundant jewels and treasures.

T1061
     T1061.0

    M.lxí.K. ii.

     T1061.1

    A hosting by Aodh Ó Conchobhair into Munster, where he burned Killaloe and demolished the weir of Kincora, and they ate up the salmon that lived in the well of Kincora and afterwards  p.402 the well was destroyed.

     T1061.2

    A great pestilence in Leinster, to wit, the smallpox and colic, so that there was a destruction of people throughout Leinster.

     T1061.3

    Murchadh son of Diarmaid son of Maol na mBó invaded Mann and took a tribute out of it, and defeated Raghnall's son.

     T1061.4

    Niall son of Maolseachnaill, king of Ailech, died.

     T1061.5

    Flann Ó Ceallaigh, king of Bregia, was killed by the Saithne.

     T1061.6

    The Muintir Murchadha i.e. the O'Flahertys attacked Lough Corrib and deposed Aodh Ó Conchobhair.

     T1061.7

    Gairbith Ó Fallomhain was killed by Gairbith Ó Cathasaigh, king of the men of Bregia.

     T1061.8

    Gairbith king of Bregia died.

     T1061.9

    Ó Cathail, king of the Eoghanacht, was taken out of the stone house of Maonach and killed.

     T1061.10

    Mac Dúnlaing, king of the Uí Briain, rested in Christ.

     T1061.11

    Ruaidri Uacute;a Flaitbertaigh was killed by Aed Uacute;a Conchobair.

     T1061.12

    Niall mac Mail Sechnaill, king of the Kindred of Eogan in Christo quieuit.

     T1061.13

    Flaithbheartach Ó Briain was killed by Conchobhar Ó Briain.

 p.403
T1062
     T1062.0

    1062 Kalends the 3rd the moon 16.

     T1062.1

    Tadhg son of Aodh Ó Conchobhair was treacherously killed by the son of Aodh son of Ruaidhrí.

     T1062.2

    Eochaidh son of Niall son of Eochaidh, king of Ulster, died.

     T1062.3

    Ó Maoldoraidh, successor of Columcill, rested.

T1063
     T1063.0

    1063 Kalends of January the 4th day, the moon 27. The last year i.e. the 432nd of the cycle of Dionisius.

     T1063.1

    Giolla Erraith Ó Maolmithidh, chief prince of the Gaels, died.

     T1063.2

    Cathal son of Donnchadh, king of Uí Eachach and the south of Ireland, was slain by the Faireyed his own son.

     T1063.3

    Mac Eochada king of Ulster died.

     19b1
     T1063.4

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain and by the son of Maol na mBó and they burned Limerick and ... Luachair afterwards. Brian's son and his son Murchadh came with a great army over the Shannon from the north, and they took spoils at Slieveardagh in Eoghanacht, but Toirdhealbhach overtook them at Ess Moingelan and a battle between them is fough and Brian's son and his son were defeated and their troops were slaughtered,  p.404 including Cú Meda son of Dúnlang and Faolán son of Murchadh, crown prince of Leinster, and Scanlán Ó Dúnlaing.

T1064
     T1064.0

    K. u.

     T1064.1

    Dubh da Leithe, successor of St Patrick, rested.

     T1064.2

    Donnchadh son of Brian Bóromha, king of Munster, was dethroned and went to Rome on a pilgrimage and there died, in the monastery of Stephen, after victory of repentance.

     T1064.3

    Ardgal son of Lochlann Ó Néill died.

T1065
     T1065.0

    Kaled the 7th day moon 20th.

     T1065.1

    The plundering of Clonmacnois by the Conmaicne and the Uí Maine. Clonfert was plundered by them on the morrow. These are the kings who were at that plundering, namely Aodh son of the son of Niall Ó Ruairc, king of Brefne, and the son of Tadhg Ó Ceallaigh, and his son. On the morrow, through the grace of St Ciarán, Aodh Ó Conchobhair inflicted a defeat on them, so that they lost their people and their vessels which they had brought from the sea eastward, through the midst of Connacht, as far as the Shannon. Diarmaid son of Tadhg Ó Cellaigh and his son and Ó Flaithbheartaigh were killed by Aodh Ó Conchobhair before the year's end. Ó  p.405 Ruairc died in the same year, through St Ciarán's miracles.

     T1065.2

    The son of Maolmiadhaigh Ó hEolaid was killed by Ó Conchobhair.

     T1065.3

    Donnchadh Ó Mathghamhna, king of Ulster, was killed per dolum.

     T1065.4

    Donnchadh Ó Loingsigh, king of Dalariada, died.

     T1065.5

    Leochan son of Mac Maoláin, king of the Gailenga, was slain by Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn.

     T1065.6

    Murchadh Ó Briain penetrated the camp of Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain at Kinkora and there a slaughter of men was inflicted.

T1066
     T1066.0

    Kalend day the 1st moon 1st.

     T1066.1

    A hairy star, strange, enormous, was seen in the air on Tuesday after Little Easter, at the 8th of the kalends of May with the 26th of the moon thereon. Such were its size and brightness that men said it  p.406 was a moon. And to the end of four days it remained thus.

     T1066.2

    Giolla Braite son of Domnall son of Tighearnán son of Ualgarg son of Niall Ó Ruairc, king of Brefne, was killed by the son Giolla Corr Ó Cionaith, with the leg of a beef at Oiléan Duinechair on Louch-macneane.

     T1066.3

    Aoibhinn daughter of Ó Conchobhair and wife of Ó Muiricéan, rested.

     T1066.4

    The son of Conaing Ó Muiricéan, crown prince of Teffa, was killed by Aodh Ó Conchobhair and by Tadhg Ó Muiricén. A payment of thirty ounces of gold was given by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain and by Maol na mBó to Aodh Ó Conchobhair for helping them, and they helped him.

     T1066.5

    Caemoran successor of St Cainnech rested.

T1067
     T1067.0

    K. ii.

     T1067.1

    Murchadh Ó Carthaigh, chief druith and chief professor of Connacht, was drowned on Loch Calgaigh.

     T1067.2

    Donnsléibhe Ó Gadhra, crown prince of the Luighne, was killed by  p.407 Brian Ó Gadhra.

     T1067.3

    Coileachair, bishop of Clonmacnois, rested.

     T1067.4

    Tadhg Ó Muiricén, overking of Teffa, was slain by the Muintir Tlamain.

     T1067.5

    A hosting by Diarmaid son of Maol na mBó, with the Foreigners and Leinstermen, and by Domhnall Ó Giolla Pádraig with Ossory, and by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain with the men of the whole of Munster, to Aodh Ó Conchobhair in Connacht. And Aodh attacked them, and Ó Conchobhair of Kerry, the king of Ciarraighe Luachra, was killed there, together with many nobles. Then came the men of Brefne, including Aodh son of Art Ó Ruairc, to ravage Connacht in like mannuer. Three score hundreds was his number. A battle, fierce and ruthless, is fought, the Connachtmen surrounding Aodh of the Gapped Spear, son of Tadhg of the White Horse, and the men of Brefne surrounding Aodh son of Art the Proud son of Aodh son of Fearghal senior. And the battle of Turlach Adnaig was delivered between them, wherein fell Aodh of the Gapped Spear, overking of all Connacht, 19b2 and battle-soldier of the west of the world, and the Cúchulainn of the Gaels, the flood-tide of glory and dignity of Ireland, the man who most in Ireland used to bestow raimend and wealth, gold and horses for the sake of his soul. God's mercy was manifest to him for his goodness. Aodh Ó Ruairc succeeded him in the kingship of Connacht.

 p.408
T1068
     T1068.0

    K. iii.

     T1068.1

    Murchadh Ó Briain, crown prince of Ireland, was killed by the men of Teffa.

     T1068.2

    Domhnall Ó Maolseachlainn, king of Cenél Eoghain, the devoutest man that dwelt in Ireland in his time, was killed by his brother.

T1069
     T1069.0

    K. u.

     T1069.1

    Diarmaid son of Matadán son of Gadhra Ó Dunadaigh, king of the Síol Anmchada, was killed by Ó Matadáin.

     T1069.2

    A hosting by Murchadh son of Diarmaid son of Maol na mBó into Meath, and he burned Granard and St Fechín's Fore, and Ardbrackan. So St Fechín killed him, face to face, and along with him was a slaughter of Leinstermen and Foreigners.

 p.409
T1070
     T1070.0

    K. ui.

     T1070.1

    Murchadh son of Diarmaid son of Maol na mBó, king of Leinster and the Foreigners, died in Dublin.

     T1070.2

    Conchobhar son of the Cleric Ó Conchobhair, crown prince of Connacht, was killed by the Uí Fallomhain.

     T1070.3

    Glún Iarainn Ó Maol na mBó was killed by the men of Meath.

     T1070.4

    Murchadh Liathach Ó Conchobhair, crown prince of Connacht, was treacherously killed by the Conmaicne.

     T1070.5

    Conn son of Mac Cuinn, king of Teffa, was killed, with many others, by the men of Brefne.

     T1070.6

    Muircheartach Ó Conchobhair, king of Offaly, was blinded by his own brother.

T1071
     T1071.0

    Kalends of January on Saturday and 26 thereon.

     T1071.1

    Ruaidhrí Ó Canannáin, king of Tír Conaill, was killed.

     T1071.2

    Ó Maolruanaidh, king of Ulster, was killed.

     p.410
     T1071.3

    The son of Righbhardán, son of Cú Corne, king of the Éile and the son of Giolla Brighde Ó Maolmhuaidh, king of the Fir Ceall, were slain.

T1072
     T1072.0

    Kalends of January on Sunday and 6 thereon.

     T1072.1

    Diarmaid son of Maol na mBó, king of Britons and the Hebrides and Dublin and Mog Nuadata Half was killed by Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn in the battle of Odba, and an innumerable slaughter of Foreigners and Leinstermen around him.

     T1072.2

    Ó Flaithrí, king of Ulster, and his son Aisidh, king of the Uí Gabla, were burned in a house set on fire and a multitude besides.

T1073
     T1073.0

    Kalends of January on Tuesday and 18. thereon.

     T1073.1

    Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn, king of Tara, waas treacherously killed by his own brother's son, Muircheartach Ó Maolseachlainn. His head was taken by force out of his grave from Clonmacnois to Kincora by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain on Good Friday. Through the virtue and miracles of God and St Ciarán, the same head was brought back again from the south on Sunday,  p.411 with two rings of gold.

T1074
     T1074.0

    Kalends of January on Wednesday and 19 thereon.

     T1074.1

    Dunan the archbishop of Dublin rested in peace.

     T1074.2

    Dunchadh Ó Ceallaigh, overking of the Uí Maine, was killed per dolum by his brother.

T1075
     T1075.0

    Kalends on Thursday and 10 thereon.

     T1075.1

    Ó Canannán, king of Cenél Conaill, died.

     T1075.2

    Gofraidh king of the Foreigners died.

     T1075.3

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain to Ardee, accompanied by the choice of the men of Ireland, to demand hostages from the Airgialla and the Ulaid. But he returned without hostages or pledges, after some of his people had been killed.

 p.412
T1076
     T1076.0

    Kalends of January on Friday, and 21 thereon.

     T1076.1

    Murchadh son of Flann Ó Maolseachlainn, was treacherously killed by Olaf son of Maelán, king of the Galenga, in the bell-house of Kells, and straightway, through a miracle of St Columcill's, Olaf himself was killed by Maolseachlainn son of Conchobhar.

T1077
     T1077.0

    Kalends of January on Sunday, and 2 thereon.

     T1077.1

    Clonmacnois was burned, excepting the church of St Ciarán's Gapling a bell.

     T1077.2

    Murchadh son of Conchobhar Ó Maolseachlainn was treacherously killed by the men of Teffa.

     T1077.3

    Gormfhlaith daughter of Ó Fócartaigh and wife of Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain died and coutless wealth was left by her {} with its churches.

 p.413
T1078
     T1078.0

    Kalends of January on Monday and 13 thereon.

     T1078.1

    Lethlobhar Ó Laidhgnén, king of Oriel, died, and Conchobhar Ó Briain, king of the kindred of Eoghan, and Domhnall son of Tighearnán Ó Ruairc, king of the Conmaicne, all were slain.

     T1078.2

    Cennfaeladh son of Dungalach, king of Muscraighe Tíre, glory of Munster, died.

T1079
     T1079.0

    Kalends of January on Tuesday and 24 thereon.

     T1079.1

    Ceallach Ó Ruanadha, chief poet of Ireland, rested.

     T1079.2

    Aodh Ó Flaithbheartaigh, king of the west of Connacht, was killed by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair.

     T1079.3

    The rifling of Croaghpatrick 19a1by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain and the rifling of Loch Bennchoir by the same king.

     T1079.4

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain as far as Dublin and  p.414 the men of Meath, and Maolseachlainn, son of Conchobhar, with St Patrick's successor and the Keeper of the Staff of Jesus, submitted to him.

T1080
     T1080.0

    Kalends of January on Wednesday and 15 thereon.

     T1080.2

    The men of Teffa and the Muinter Geradáin and the Cairbre Uí Ciarda went on a raid into Offaly, and reached the glebe of Cell Achaid where a defeat was inflicted upon them, and Ó Ciarda and the son of Mac Finnbair, chief of the Muinter Geradáin, and a great multitude, were slain.

T1081
     T1081.0

    Kalends of January on Friday and 12 thereon.

     T1081.1

    The son of Amalgaidh Ó Flainn, chief of the Calraighe, was killed by Maolseachlainn son of Conchobhar.

     T1081.2

    Aran of the Saints was rifled by the Foreigners.

 p.415
T1082
     T1082.0

    Kalends of January on Saturday and 27 thereon.

     T1082.1

    Domhnall son of Tadhg Ó Conchobhair, crown prince of Connacht, was treacherously killed by Cathal son of Aodh Ó Conchobhair.

     T1082.2

    Cathal Ó Conchobhair with a great army around him, was killed by Ruaidhrí son of Aodh of the Gapped Spear.

T1083
     T1083.0

    K. i.

     T1083.1

    Aodh Ó Maolseachlainn, king of Ailech, died.

     T1083.2

    The Meranach, grandson of Eochaidh, king of Ulster, was drowned at Limerick.

     T1083.3

    Tadhg Ó Taidhg, successor of St Flannán of Killaloe, rested.

T1084
     T1084.0

    Kalends of January on Monday and 20 thereon.

     T1084.1

    Killaloe and Tomgraney and Mayno in Orbraige were burned by the Conmaicne.

     p.416
     T1084.2

    Conchobhar Ó Cétfadha, glory of Munster, died.

     T1084.3

    The king of Brefne, Donnchadh son of Art, called 'the Cock', son of Fergal Senior Ó Ruairc, marched with the people of East Connacht and Cairbre and the Gailenga into Leinster. But Muircheartach  6Ó Briain, king of Munster, with the men of Munster, the Foreigners, Leinster and Ossory, overtook him, and fought the battle of Monecronock, and therein were slain Donnchadh Ó Ruairc, king of the east of Connacht, and Cennétig grandson of Brian, crown prince of Ireland, and Conglach son of Murchadh Ó Conchobhair Failghe, and four thousand others were lost there. The head of the son of the Cock, king of Brefne, was taken to Limerick.

     T1084.4

    A great pestilence in this year, which killed a fourth of the men of Ireland. It began in the south, and spread throughout the four quarters of Ireland. This is the causa causans of that pestilence, to wit, demons that came out of the northern isles of the world, to with, three battalions, and in each battalion there were thiry and ten hundred and two thousand, as Oengus Óg, the son of the Dagda, related to Giolla Lugan, who used to haunt the fairy-mound every year on Halloween. And he himself beheld at Maistiu one battalion of them which was destroying Leinster. Even so they were see by Giolla Lugan's son, and wherever their heat and fury reached, there their venom was taken, for there was a sword of fire out of the gullet of each of them, and evey one of them was as high as the clouds of heaven, so that is the cause of this pestilence.

 p.417
T1085
     T1085.0

    Kalends of January on Wedenesday, and eleven on it and that is the 1085th year since the birth of Christ.

     T1085.1

    The son of Domhnall Ó Ruairc, king of the Uí Briúin of Brefne, was killed per dolum.

     T1085.2

    A great tribulation of disease on Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain, and such was its greatness that his hair was struck off him.

T1086
     T1086.0

    Kalends of January the 5th, the moon 12 15, the second bisextile year.

     T1086.1

    Maol Íosa Ó Brolchán, Venerable elder of Ireland, and arch-sage of wisdom: so great was it that he himselve made books and treatises replete with acuteness and intellect, and he died in the graces of God.

     p.418
     T1086.2

    Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain, king of the greater part of Ireland, died but in the 22d of his reign—so his life ended, and he departed after repentance. His son Tadhg died in one month.

     T1086.3

    The rout of the Crinach, inflicted by the Foreigners and the Leinstermen on Maolseachlainn son of Conchobhar, wherein there fell Maol Ciaráin Ó Cathasaigh and Maolmuaidh king of Fir Cell and others.

     T1086.4

    The White Fox i.e. Cinaeth Ó Catharnaigh, and his son, and Ó Muireadhaigh, chief of the Muinter Tlamain, were treacherously killed by Maolseachlainn son of Conchobhar, at the lake of Magh Luatha.

     T1086.5

    Ó Baoighealláin, king of Airghiall, was slain by the Conaille.

T1087
     T1087.0

    Kalends of January the sixth day, the third of the moon.

     T1087.1

    Maolseachlainn son of Conchobhar, king of Tara, was killed through guile.

     p.419
     T1087.2

    The battle of Cunghill in Corann between Ruaidhrí of the Yellow Bitch son of Aodh of the Gapped Spear, grandson of Conchobhar, and Aodh son of Art the Proud, grandson of Ruairc, king of Connacht, 19a2 and there fell therein Aodh Ó Ruairc, and Muireadhach Ó hEolais and Sitric son of Cú Slébe O Fearghail, and the son of Gofraidh Ó Siridén and many others. Tis by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair that this battle was delivered.

     T1087.3

    The battle of Raith Etair between the Leinstermen and the men of Munster, and the Leinstermen were routed. Muircheartach Ó Briain was the victor.

T1088
     T1088.0

    Kalends of January on Saturday and 4 thereon.

     T1088.1

    The rout of Inis Adarcach inflicted by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair on Muircheartach Ó Briain, wherein such a slaughter of Munster was made that its fleet was not allowed to pass further, and Ruaidhrí also slaughter the crews of the same Muircheartach's fleet, which had come round westward over the sea to ravage Connacht.

     p.420

    Huc usque Tigernach scribsit .o. quieuit.

     T1088.2

    The plundering of Corcomroe thrice by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair and the Connachtmen, and on the third occasion there fell three nobles of Connacht, namely, the son of Cathal Ó Mugrón, chief of Clan Cathail, and Cú Sinna son of Muircheartach chief of Clann Tomaltaigh, and the son of Giolla Críost, chief of Corco Achlann.  7

     19a2 p.9
     T1088.3

    Domnall son of Lochlann and the people of Tyrconnell and Tyrone went to ravage Connacht, under a promise of help from Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Munster. But he did not fulfil it, so Domhnall and his army marched to Ráith Cruachan, and there he came up with Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair and overpowered him, so that he gave them all a fortnight's billeting. And both of them invaded Munster, and ravaged it as far as Emly and Loch Gur and Bruree and Drumain Hui Clérchín, and they destroyed Limerick and brought the head of the 'Cock' Ó Ruairc from the Hillocks of Singland, and destroyed Kincora, and captured five score warriors, both Foreigners and Gaels, and took their hostages, and brought thereout the son of Mathgamhain Ó Cennétigh, so that many kine and gold and silver and drinking-horns were given in lieu of him and in lieu of the son of Congalach Ó hÓgáin and the son of Eochaidh Ó Loingsigh, who was in the same capture, etc.

     p.10
     T1088.4

    Dubh Chobhlaigh daughter of Aodh Ó Conchobhair, died.

     T1088.5

    Mór daughter of Tairdhealbhach Ó Briain, wife of Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, died.

     T1088.6

    Ó Maoilghirigh, chief poet of Ulster, died.

T1089
     T1089.0

    Kalends of January on Monday and 15 moon days on it. The first year after bisextile.

     T1089.1

    A great fleet led by Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Munster, on the Shannon and on Lough Ree, and they rifled Inis Bó Finne and Inis Clothrann, but the Shannon—that is the islands Rechraith and Buinne in Beithe—was taken from them by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair and the Connachtmen, so that they could not pass over it downwards, whatever their desire were. The son of Flann Ó Maelseachnaill followed them to Athlone, so that through favour of Ciarán and his saints they were not let down nor up:  p.11 wherefore they all placed themselves under the protection of Ó Maelseachnaill and delivered their vessels to him. And then Maelseachnaill and Ó Conchobhair, with all their forces, went in vessels and boats and ravaged Munster, that is, Ormond as far as Cluain Cain Modimóc, so that it is doubtful if they left a beast or a human being in all that space.

     T1089.2

    Giolla Cainnigh Ó Flaithile was killed by his brother, the son of Mac Cochláin.

     T1089.3

    Donnchadh son of Domhnall the Fat son of Mael na mBó, king of Leinster and the Foreigners, the best hero that lived in his time and the most valourous chief of battling that belonged to Mugh's Half the southern half of Ireland was through an unfair advantage killed by Ó Conchobhair together with the folk of Ossory and the west of Leinster.

     T1089.4

    Donnchadh son of Giolla Pádraig, king of Ossory, was killed.

     T1089.5

    The Ó Maelseachnaill marched into Uaithne Tíre and  p.12 into Uaithne Fidbuidhe, and carried off many cows.

T1090
     T1090.0

    Kalends of January on Tuesday and 22 moon days thereon.Kl. enair for mairt ⁊ xx.ui fuirri.

     T1090.1

    Muircheartach Ó Briain by strength of army and by taking unfair advantage went upon Loughrea.

     T1090.2

    Cionaeth Ó Mórdha and the son of Maelruanaidh Cú Coirne's son fell in a duel in Ó Briain's house.

     T1090.3

    A raid by Muircheartach Ó Briain into Fir Ceall and Ó Maelseachlainn with his household overtook them, and a slaughter of Muircheartach's men took place, wherein fell Maelseachlainn son of Dungalach 19b1 and the son of Conén Ó Duibgenn, and many other nobles.

     T1090.4

    Muircheartach Ó Bric, king of the Déise, was killed.

     T1090.5

    The reliquaries of Columcill i.e. the Bell of the Kings, and the Flabellum and the two Gospels were brought out of Tyrconnell, together with seven score ounces of silver. And Oengus Ó Domhnalláin it was that brought them from the North to Kells.

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     T1090.6

    A hosting by Muircheartach Ó Briain and by the men of Munster and the Foreigners of Dublin, and they ravaged a district of Leinster and the men of Bregia as far as Athboy, and they gave two hostages to Domhnall son of Mac Lochlainn king of Ailech for protecting them thence westward.

     T1090.7

    Dún Aichet was burned by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair.

T1091
     T1091.0

    Kalends of January the fourth day, seventh of the moon.

     T1091.1

    Sitric son of Giolla Bruidhe Ó Ruairc was killed treacherously by his own men.

     T1091.2

    The greater part of Armadh was burned.

     T1091.3

    A hosting by Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Munster, into Meath, and he rifled the western part of Meath.

     T1091.4

    A hosting by the Connachtmen, and they burned a great deal of Munster.

     T1091.5

    Goffraidh son of Mac Arailt, king of Dublin.

     T1091.6

    A great raid by Domhnall Ó Maelseachlainn king of Tara and he reached Newry and plundered the men of Farney and the Conaille and Mugdoirn and Uí Méith, and on that raid they burned Conaille.

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     T1091.7

    Laidhgnén Ó Duinnchathaigh, i.e. the Troopful, king of the Gailenga, was treacherously killed by the Uí Briúin.

     T1091.8

    Cearbhall grandson of Aodh, senior of the Clan Colmáin, died.

     T1091.9

    Donnsléibhe grandson of Eochaidh, or maybe Dnnchadh son of Donnsléibhe, king of Ulster, was killed by the kindred of Eoghan, along with the greater part of the kindred of Eoghan slain by him.king of Ulaid

T1092
     T1092.0

    The kalends of January on the fifth day, 18th of the moon.

     T1092.1

    Ruaidhrí of the Yellow Bitch, son of Aodh of the Gapped Spear, grandson of Conchobhar, king of Connacht, was blinded by Ó Flaithbheartaigh and by Fógartach Ó Fógartaigh, and that was a lamentable deed of Ó Flaithbheartaigh's, to blind his fosterer and his seven times gossip and his lord.see this

     T1092.2

    Éanna son of Diarmaid was killed by his own brothers.

     T1092.3

    Donnchadh mac Carrthaigh, king of the Eoghanacht was killed by Cellachán king of Cashel.

     T1092.4

    The devotee Ó Fallomhain was drowned in Cargin's Lough.

     T1092.5

    Aodh son of Cathal Ó Conchobhair was taken prisoner by Brian, and the kingship  p.15 of the Síol Muireadhaigh was given to Giolla na Naomh Ó hEidhin. see this

     T1092.6

    A fleet of the men of Munster plundered Clonmacnois.

T1093
     T1093.0

    Kalends on the 7th day, the 29th of the moon.

     T1093.1

    Tréinfhear Ó Ceallaigh, king of Bregia, was killed by the son of Ó Duibhidhir in the stone house of St Ciannáin

     T1093.2

    Aodh Ó Baoighealláin, king of Farney, was killed by the Conaille.

     T1093.3

    Dubh Dara grandson of Aighenán, king of the Luighne of Meath, died.

     T1093.4

    Maol Coluim son of Donnchadh, king of Scotland, was killed by Frenchmen, and Edward his son, and Margaret, the wife of Maol Coluim, died of grief for him.

     T1093.5

    Aodh son of Cathal Ó Conchobhair, king of Síol Muireadhaigh, died in fetters through treachery.

     T1093.6

    Treachery on all the Síol Muireadhaigh by Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Ireland, and he plundered them and banished them into Tyrone, and captured their king, namely Giolla na Naomh, grandson of Conchobhar, and Ó Concheanainn, son of Tadhg son of Diarmaid, king of the Uí Diarmada.

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T1094
     T1094.0

    Kalends of January on the first day, the tenth day of the moon.

     T1094.1

    A hosting by Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Munster, on the Foreigners of Dublin, and he came to Meath and ravaged the east of Meath, and killed the king of Meath, even Domhnall grandson of Maolseachlainn, overking of Tara, and moreover champion of Ireland. This year is wretched!

     T1094.2

    The battle of Fidhnach gained by Tadhg son of Ruaidhrí and by the Síol Muireadhaigh over the Uí Flaithbheartaigh and Corcomroe and the west of Connacht, and a slaughter was inflicted on them in which fell Ólaf Ó hAichir and Donnsléibhe Ó Cinnfhaeladh and the son of Giolla Fursa Ó Maelmhuaidh, and others.

     T1094.3

    Annadh Ó Céile, king of Ara, was killed by men of Munster at Dublin.

     T1094.4

    Ruaidhrí Ó Donnacán, king of Ara, died.

     T1094.5

    Aodh Ó Domhnaill was drowned.

     T1094.6

    Domhnall son of Flann  19b2Ó Maelseachlainn, king of Tara, was killed by the Luighne of Meath.

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     T1094.7

    A visitation of Munster diligently by St Patrick's successor. Plunderings after him in Armagh.

     T1094.8

    Meath was divided between Conchobhar and Donnchadh Ó Maelseachlainn.

     T1094.9

    Imar grandson of Giolla Ultáin, chief of the Muintir Maolsionna, was killed.

     T1094.10

    Giolla na nInghean Ó Cobhthaigh, king of Umall and superior of Achadh Fobhair, was killed by the men of Cera.

T1095
     T1095.0

    Kalends of January on Monday, the 21st of the moon.

     T1095.1

    Cashel of the kings was burned for the most part.

     T1095.2

    St Columcill's Durrow and Fore and Clonard and Glendalough and Kells were burned in this year.

     T1095.3

    Donnghus bishop of Dublin rested.

     T1095.4

    Domhnall Ó Fearghail, king of the Forths of Leinster, Donnchadh, king of Ulster, and the son of Donnsléibhe, king of Ulster, were deposed.

     T1095.5

    Gofraidh king of the Normans died.

     T1095.6

    Taichleach Ó hEaghra, king of Luighne, was killed.

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     T1095.7

    Domhnall Ó Muireadhaigh, sole king of Teftha, and Amhlaoibh son of Cú Meadha, were killed treacherously in chains in Munster.

     T1095.8

    Clonmacnois was plundered by the Conmaicne, and the door of the temple was blocked up with stones.

T1096
     T1096.0

    The kalends of January on the third day of the week, the second day of the moon. A bad year goes and a good year should come, that is, the year of the festival of St John.

     T1096.1

    The king of Oriel i.e. Ó hAinbith, died.

     T1096.2

    Mathghamhain Ó Segsa, king of Corco Duibne rested.

     T1096.3

    Muircheartach Ó Dubhda, king of Uí Amhalgiadh and Uí Fiachrach and Cera, was treacherously killed by his own people.

     T1096.4

    Giolla Oisén Mac Coirten was killed by the Uí Laoghaire of Meath.

T1097
     T1097.0

    Kalends of January the fifth day, the 13th of the moon.

     T1097.1

    Tadhg son of Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht, was killed treacherously by the Clan Conchobhair and by his own men of trust i.e.  p.19 by the son of Cú Luachra Ó Maolbhréanainn with his men in an immature state, i.e. in the 24th year of his age.

     T1097.2

    Amairgein Ó Mórdha, king of Leix, rested.

     T1097.3

    Flaithbheartach Ó Flaithbheartaigh went into his patrimony to Aodh of the Gapped Spear, son of Tadhg of the White Horse, grandson of Conchobhar, and the kingship of Connacht was taken by him.

     T1097.4

    Maolbhríde Ó Brolcháin, bishop of Kildare, rested.

T1098
     T1098.0

    Kalends of January the sixth day, the 24th of the moon.(A rainy and fertile year i.e. a wet rich year).

     T1098.1

    Dearbhfhorgaill daughter of Tadhg son of Giolla Pádraig, mother of Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Ireland, rested in Glendalough.

     T1098.2

    Domhnall Ó hÉanna, archbishop of Ireland and chief of the devotion and wisdom and charity of the men of Ireland, rested.

     T1098.3

    Flaithbheartach Ó Flaithbheartaigh, king of Connacht, was killed by Síol Muireadhaigh in revenge for the blinding of Ruaidhrí of the Yellow Bitch.

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T1099
     T1099.0

    Kalends of January the 7th day, the fifth of the moon.

     T1099.1

    Domhnall son of Donnchadh, king of Scotland, was blinded by his brother.

     T1099.2

    The rout of Lochán Geired, gained by West Teffa over East Teffa, in which there fell Muircheartach grandson of Art, king of Teffa, and Ó Lachtnán.

T1100
     T1100.0

    Kalends of January the first day, the 16th of the moon.

     T1100.1

    Aodh bishop of Killdare died.

     T1100.2

    Donnchadh grandson of Eochaidh, king of Ulster, was guilefully captured by the son of Mac Lochlainn, king of the Kindred of Eoghan.

     T1100.3

    A great hosting by the Leinstermen till they reached Sliabh Fuaid and burned Oriel and Uí Méith and Fir Roiss.

     T1100.4

    Giolla na Naomh Ó hEidhin, king of Síol Muireadhaigh and Connacht, died. He was buried in Clonmacnois.

     T1100.5

    Cú Meadha Ó Laeghacháin, head chieftain of Síol Rónáin, rested.

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T1101
     T1101.0

    Kalends of January on Tuesday and 27 moon days thereon and the first year after bisextile.

     T1101.1

    Donnchadh son of Art Ó Ruairc, king of the Uí Briúin and Conmaicne, died.

     T1101.2

    A great hosting of the men of Ireland, led by Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Ireland, into Inishowen and he demolished Ailech, and marched round Ireland and gave neither hostages nor pledges.

     T1101.3

    Echthighearn Ó Braín, king of Breghmhuine, was killed on a raid into Airgetglenn, and many others were killed.

     T1101.4

    The conflict in Clonmacnois of two bodies of footsoldiers, i.e. the Muintir Thadhgáin and the Muintir Chionaethe and there the Giolla Fionn, son of Mac Uallacháin, king of Síol nAnmchadha, was killed together with others.

     T1101.5

    Feardomhnach bishop of Kildare rested in Christ.

     T1101.6

    Giolla na Naomh Ó Dunabra, chief poet of Connacht, died.

     T1101.7

    Cathal Ó Muiricén, king of Teftha, was killed by the folk of the east of Teffa.

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     T1101.8

    A convention of the men of Ireland, both laymen and clerics, including Muircheartach Ó Briain, at Cashel, and it is then that Muircheartach gave Cashel of the Kings as an offering to St Patrick and the Lord.

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T1102
     T1102.0

    Kalends of January on Wednesday and nineteen moon days thereon, and this is the 1102d year from Christ's Incarnation.

     T1102.1

    Domhnall son of Tighearnán Ó Ruairc, king of Connacht, and the Uí Briain and the Conmaicne for a time, was killed by the Muintir Eolais.

     T1102.2

    Muircheartach Ó Conchobhair Failghe rested.

     T1102.3

    Ó Baoighill, archbishop of Armagh, rested.

     T1102.4

    Sitric son of Cú Meadha Ó Laighechan, chief of Síol Rónáin, died.

     T1102.5

    Muircheartach Ó Maelseachlainn was deposed and the kingship of Meath was taken by Murchadh.

     T1102.6

    Niall grandson of Niall Ó Ruairc, crown prince of Brefne, was, with many others, killed by the men of Lurg.

     T1102.7

    Maol Maodhóig Ó Mongair and Mughrón, his father, and Giolla Críost, lector of Armagh, the three of them died.

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     T1102.8

    A year's peace was made by Muircheartach Ó Briain and Maghnus king of Norway.

T1103
     T1103.0

    Kalends of January on Thursday.

     T1103.1

    Cormac son of Conn na mBocht, tanist-abbot of Clonmacnois, rested.

     T1103.2

    The rout of Áth Calgan between the folk of the east of Teffa and the folk of the west thereof, in which Cionaodh, grandson of Amalgaidh, king of Calraighe in Chalaidh, was slain.

     T1103.3

    A hosting by Muircheartach Ó Briain and the whole of Magh Nuadhat's half and the Connachtmen and the men of Meath, till they reached Armagh and remained a fortnight in leaguer there and they greatly hurt it so that it was nearly destroyed. And they came out of Meath to Mag Coba in Ulster, and there they divided their army. And Muircheartach Ó Briain and Maelsechlainn, king of Meath, and Domhnall son of Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht, went into raids into Dalaradia and there, through the virtues of God and St Patrick, Dunnchadh son of Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain was killed and Devil's-pet Ó Beolláin and Ó Conchobhair of Ketty, and Donnubhán Ó Dubhchinn and many others.

     T1103.4

    Then came the Kindred of Eogan to Mag Coba, i.e. Domhnall son of Mac Lochlainn, and there he found the men of Leinster and Ossory, and the greater part of the men of Munster, and some of the men of Meath and Connacht, and there battle  p.24 of Mag Coba was fought and all their nobles were killed. And these are the kings and chiefs who were killed there, to wit, Muircheartach son of Giolla Mocholmóig, king of Leinster, and two grandsons of Lorcán, and Murchadh, king of the Uí Muireadhaigh, and his brother and the son of Iarann Ó Fiachrach, king of the Uí Enechglais. And two sons of Maelmórdha Ó Domhnaill and his brother, and Red Giolla Pádraig, king of Ossory and others.

     T1103.5

    Maghnus, king of Norway and the Isles, a man who attempted to beleaguer Ireland, was killed in Ulster.

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     T1103.6

    Amalgaidh son of Aodh son of Ruaidhrí of Clann Coscraigh, was killed by his father and his mother and his brother in vengeance for their fosterling, Conchobhar son of Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, whom Amalgaidh had killed.

     T1103.7

    A woman brought forth two children at the same time in this year, and they had one body from their neck to their navel and their members were normal with that exception, and the face of each was towards the other.

T1104
     T1104.0

    K. ui.

     T1104.1

    Fiachra Ó Flainn, chief of the Síol Maolruanaidh, was slain by the Conmaicne.

     T1104.2

    Giolla Críost Ó Eachthighearn, bishop of Clonmacnois, rested.

     T1104.3

    Cú Uladh Ó Caoindealbhán fell from his horse at Traig Baile, and died in his house.

T1105
     T1105.0

    K. i.

     T1105.1

    The son of Giolla Braite son of Tighearnán, king of the Uí Briúin of Brefne and the Gailenga, was killed by his own mother's sons, even the sons of Donnchadh grandson of Cailech Ó Ruairc.

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     T1105.2

    Conchobhar Ó Maelseachlainn son of Conchobhar king of Meath was killed by the Munstermen, or tis by the Uí Briúin of Brefne that he died.

     T1105.3

    Muirghius Ó Concheanainn, king of Uí Diarmada, died.

     T1105.4

    Domhnall son of the Stammerer Ó Maelseachlainn was killed by the Kindred of Fiacha.

T1106
     T1106.0

    K. ii.

     T1106.1

    Donnchadh son of Murchadh son of Flann Ó Maelseachlainn, king of Meath, was killed by Munstermen.

     T1106.2

    Domhnall son of Ruaidhrí Ó Concobhair was deposed by the Connachtmen, and his brother, Toirdhealbhach the Great, was made king the beginning of Toirdhealbach's reign. At the Ford of the Sanctuary he was made king.

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     T1106.3

    Muircheartach, grandson of Maelseachlainn, was deposed and the kingship of Meath was given to Murchadh son of Flann.

T1107
     T1107.0

    K. iii.

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     T1107.1

    Conchobhar Cisenach grandson of Eochaid, king of Ulster, was killed.king of Ulster.

     T1107.2

    Lightning and wind in this year.

T1108
     T1108.0

    Kalends of January on Wednesday and 15 moon days thereon, and bisextile year and the 1108th year from the Incarnation of the Lord.

     T1108.1

    Mael Finnéin son of Donngal, archibishop of Leinster, died.

     T1108.2

    The grandson of Aigenán, king of Leix, with a sudden death perished.

     T1108.3

    Limerick was burned in this year.

     T1108.4

    Domhnall son of Donnchadh Ó Ruairc, king of Uí Briúin of Brefne, was slain by the men of Cairbre.

     T1108.5

    Two men were killed by lightning at Termonkeelin.

     T1108.6

    A raid by the son of Domhnall, grandson of Lochlann, crown prince of Ailech, into the Corann, and he carried off many cows and captives.

     T1108.7

    A raid by the Ulaid into Uí Méith, and they rifled it all save a little.

     T1108.8

    Goll Garbraidhe Ó hEochadha, king of Ulster, was killed by  p.28 Ó Mathghamhna.king of Ulster.

     T1108.9

    Ó Cearbhaill, king of the Eoghanacht of Loch Lein, was slain by his own brother.

     T1108.10

    The fasting of the community of St Ciarán on Muireadhach Ó Maelseachlainn, seeking the freedom of Cell Mór in Magh in fhir, and soon did God take vengeance on him, by means of the march of Muircheartach throughout Ireland and the plundering of Meath.

T1109
     T1109.0

    Kalends of January on Friday, and the 26th of the moon thereon, and Easter on the 7th of the calends of May, and Little Easter in Summer.

     T1109.1

    A raid by Muircheartach Ó Maelseachlainn, king of Tara, and he plundered the Fir Rois and their king, Ó Finn, was killed while under the safeguard of the Staff of Jesus and the Successor of St Patrick, but God vindicated.

     T1109.2

    A hosting by Muircheartach Ó Briúin with the men of Munster and Meath, into Connacht, into the Uí Briúin of Brenfe, and he carried off kine and many captives, and they went on the islands of Lough Oughter and brought captives thereout. After that came Ó maelseachlainn out of his camp, and slaughtered the men of Meath, including the son of Giolla Fulartaigh and others with him.

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     T1109.3

    Ardbraccan with its churches was burned by the Uí Briúin, and humans were burned alive and captives taken out of it.

T1110
     T1110.0

    Kalends of January on the 7th day, the 7th of the moon.

     T1110.1

    Giolla Coluim Ó Maelmhuaidh, king of the Fir Ceall, and his wife were killed by the Mummer Ó hAillén.

     T1110.2

    A defeat inflicted by Toirdhealbhach son of Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht, and by the Síol Muireadhaigh on the Conmaicne in Magh Aí, and there the Conmaicne were slaughtered, including the son of Cú Caille Ó Fearghail and Giolla na Naomh Ó Fearghail and Duarcán son of Dubhdara Ó hEolais, and a multitude besides.

     T1110.3

    A defeat inflicted by the men of Brefne on the Síol Muireadhaigh on Magh Bregnair, where a multitude fell, including Menmuin Ó Muireadhaigh and Ruaidhrí Ó Muireadhaigh.

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     T1110.4

    A raid by Murchadh son of Flann Ó Maelseachlainn, king of Meath, as far as Lough Oughter, and a party of Ó Ruairc's people were killed there.

     T1110.5

    The son of Giolla Coluim Ó Maolmhuaidh, king of Fir Ceall, was slain treacherously by the Uí Ailléin.

T1111
     T1111.0

    Kalends of January on Sunday and 17 18moon days thereon.

     T1111.1

    A great frost, so that studs and droves used to go on the ice.

     T1111.2

    Kells and Louth were burned.

     T1111.3

    A great raid by Muircheartach Ó Briain on the Conmaicne and the men of Teftha.

     T1111.4

    Cathal son of Cathal Ó Mughróin, chief of Clan Cathail, died.

     T1111.5

    Clonmacnois was rifled by the Dál Cais by the advice of Muircheartach Ó briain.

     T1111.6

    A convention of the men of Ireland, both laymen and clerics, at Fiad Oengusa, including Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Munster, with the men of Munster, and Mael Muire Ó Dúnáin, archbishop of Munster, and Ceallach son Aodh, successor of St Patrick. This is the number of ecclesiastics who were in that convention: 57 bishops, and 318 priests, and 27 deacons, and there is no counting the clerics because of their number. Many rules  p.31 were decreed in that synod.

     T1111.7

    The great synod of Uisneach in this year.

     T1111.8

    A raid by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair so that he plundered Termonn da Beoóic. Another raid by him in which he plundered up to Binaghlon and Slieve Rushel and Lough Erne.

T1112
     T1112.0

    Kalends of January 2nd day, the 29th of the moon, a bisextile year.Kl. enair .íí. feria .xx.ix. luna, bisextilis annus.

     T1112.1

    Terryglass and Fore were burned to some extent.

     T1112.2

    Ugaire Ó Lorcáin, king of Uí Muireadhaigh, in penitence rested in Glendalough.

     T1112.3

    The close of Armagh, with its churches, was burned.

     T1112.4

    A raid by the Kindred  20b1of Eoghan into Fingal and as far as Dubgall's Bridge, and they carried off kine and many captives.

     T1112.5

    Gormlaith, daughter of Murchad the son of Mael na mBó, female successor of St Brigit, died.

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T1113
     T1113.0

    Kalends of January the fourth day, the 10th of the moon.

     T1113.1

    Maelseachlainn Ó Conchobhair, king of Corcomroe, was killed by his brother.

     T1113.2

    A great hosting by Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Ireland, and the nobles of Ireland, both laymen and clerics, to Grenoc, to meet the son of MacLochlainn, and he did not come there, but St Patrick's successor came from him and asked as payment for his coming a time of truce.

     T1113.3

    A conflict between Muintir Gillgain and Muintir Maelmarthain, and a multitude of the Muinter Gillgain were killed, including their chief and their other nobles.

     T1113.4

    Donnchadh son of Tadhg Ó Briain, and Ceallach grandson of Mael Ísu, a successor of St Patrick, and Mac Aedhagáin, bishop, died.

     T1113.5

    The capture of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn by Muircheartach Ó Briain.

     T1113.6

    A salmon was caught at Clonmacnois this year, twelve feet in length, twelve hands in breadth without being split, three hands and two fingers the length of its neckfin.

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T1114
     T1114.0

    Kalends of January on Thursday and 21 moon days thereon.

     T1114.1

    A defeat inflicted by Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn on the Giolla Srónmael Ó Ruairc in which fell�{}

     T1114.2

    Fore and Clonard and Kilbannon and Cong and Kilcullen and Kilenny and Ardpatrick were burned in this year.

     T1114.3

    A disease attacked Muircheartach Ó Briain, so that the report thereof went throughout Ireland, and the men of Ireland turned on him and Diarmaid Ó Briain seized the kingship of Munster.

     T1114.4

    Then Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair banishes into Munster his brother Domhnall Ó Conchobhair and also the Conmaicne from Magh Aí.

     T1114.5

    A great hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht, with his army from Leth Cuinn, together with Domhnall son of Mac Lochlainn with the north of Ireland and with the men of Meath as far as Tulach Uí Dedaig. And a combat took place between the cavalry of Connacht and that of Munster, and the Munstermen were routed, and a multitude was slain there including Cathal Ó Duibhcinn and Ó Gráda. Then, in spite of Leth  p.34 Cuinn, Toirdhealbhach grants the men of Munster a truce for the space of a year.

     T1114.6

    Domhnall Ó Conchobhair was captured by the Uí Maine and delivered into Toirdhealbhach's hand.

     T1114.7

    Ó Loingsigh, king of Dalaradia, was slain in revenge for St Ciarán's 'Gapling' which had been desecrated by him in that month.

     T1114.8

    Muircheartach son of Mac Lochlainn, crownprince of Ailech, and Ruaidhrí Ó Canannáin, king of the kindred of Conall, were slain.

     T1114.9

    Mór daughter of Ruaidhrí died.

     T1114.10

    Síol Muireadhaigh invaded Aidhne to consume its grass and corn.

     T1114.11

    A battle gained by the son of Murchadh son of Diarmaid son of Mael na mBó, over Maelmórdha Ó Domhnaill, king of Uí Cennselaigh, where many were killed.

     T1114.12

    A raid by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair into the west of Meath, till he plundered the whole of it.

     p.35
     T1114.13

    Donnchadh Ó heochadha, king of Ulster, was blinded by Ó Mathghamhna, who took the kingship to himself.

     T1114.14

    A murrain great and sudden and most tormenting diseases in this year.

T1115
     T1115.0

    Kalends of January on Friday, and the twelfth of the moon. The third bisextile year.

     T1115.1

    Diarmaid Ó Briain, king of Munster, was treacherously captured by the Foreigners of Limerick, or by his brother Muircheartach.

     T1115.2

    Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair took the hostages of Thomond and gave the kingship thereof to the son of Tadhg Ó Briain. The same son of Tadhg revolted against him in the same year, so Toirdhealbhach marched into Thomond and killed the son of Tadhg.

     T1115.3

    The smiting of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair at Áth Bó, by a party of his own people, namely, the sons of Maelseachlainn, son of Aodh, son of Ruaidhrí, howbeit he afterwards escaped from them.

     T1115.4

    A battle gained by Domhnall son of Muircheartach Ó Briain over the Leinstermen, wherein fell Donnchadh son of Murchadh, king of Leinster, to wit, the battle  p.36 of Dublin, and Conchobhar Ó Conchobhair, king of Offaly, and many others were slain.

     T1115.5

    Órfhlaith daughter of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn, wife of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, died.

     T1115.6

    Dubh see this Essa daughter of the son of Aodh son of Ruaidhrí rested.

     T1115.7

    A fleet was brought by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht, till he plundered Domhnall son of Cú Slébe Ó Fearghail, and  20b2 Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn made submission to him. And by him Buinn in Beithi was fortified, and he offered three jewels to St Ciarán in Clonmacnois, to with, a drinking horn inlaid with gold, a goblet inlaid with gold, and a paten of copper inlaid with gold.

     T1115.8

    Meath was divided between the two sons of Domhnall Ó Maelseachlainn. Maelseachlainn immediately fell by Murchadh.

T1116
     T1116.0

    Kalends of January 7th day, 13th of the moon, bisextile year.

     p.37
     T1116.1

    A raid by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair into Munster till be burned and destroyed Boroma and Cenn Corad, and killed a multitude, and brought off with him many captives, but he gave up the capitives to God and to St Flannán.

     T1116.2

    Diarmaid Ó Briain in the kingship of Munster, and Muircheartach was deposed.

     T1116.3

    Famine and great warfare in Mugh's Half Southern Ireland.

     T1116.4

    A slaughter by the Uí Bairrche of the monastic community of Kildare.

     T1116.5

    A slaughter by the Éli of the community of Aghabo, including the prior Ó Scolaighe.

     T1116.6

    A hosting by Diarmaid Ó Briain and by the men of Munster into Connacht, and a slaughter of the men of Munster was inflicted in the Ruadbeithech Roevehagh so that they lost their provisions, their horses, their weapons and their armour.

     T1116.7

    Devastation of almost all Leinster, and a scattering of its people throughout Ireland.

T1117
     T1117.0

    Kalends of January on Monday, and 24 moon days thereon.

     T1117.1

    Diarmaid Ó Briain and the men of Munster ravaged Tír Fiachrach  p.38 and Tír Briain, so the Connachtmen sent southwards in pursuit of them a battalion including Cathal grandson of Cathal Ó Conchobhair and Brian son of Murchadh, and they ravaged as far as Sliabh Cua, both burning and killing and plundering. The Munstermen despatched a battalion after them and at Lettracha Odráin Latteragh they fought a battle in which the southerners were routed, and two grandsons of Cennétig and many others were killed.

     T1117.2

    Maelmuire Ó Dúnáin, chief bishop of Ireland, rested at Clonard.

     T1117.3

    Hostages for Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn were taken by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair.

     T1117.4

    Diarmaid son of Éanna son of Murchadh, king of the Foreigners and Leinstermen, rested in Dublin.

T1118
     T1118.0

    Kalends of Janury on Tuesday and the 5th of the moon thereon.

     T1118.1

    Diarmaid Ó Briain, king of Leth Mogha, died.

     T1118.2

    Brian son of Murchadh, king of Thomond, was killed.

     p.39
     T1118.3

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair and by Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn into Munster, to take their hostages, and out of Desmond they brought their hostages, including Cormac son of Mac Carthaigh.

     T1118.4

    Another hosting by the same folk so that they brought away the hostages of Leinster and took Domhnall son of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn by force out of Dublin.

     T1118.5

    The hostages of Conn's Half were forcibly taken out of Dublin by means of a beleaguerment by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, and the kingship of the Foreigners was assumed by him after expelling Domhnall of the Short Hands, grandson of Brian.

     T1118.6

    Domhnall son of Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair died.

     T1118.7

    Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, overking of Connacht and champion of Ireland, died at Clonmacnois as a chief elder, noble and repentant.

     T1118.8

    A great hosting of Connacht, including Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, to Cenn Corad, and they hurled it into the Shannon, both stone and timber.

     T1118.9

    Ó Baoighealláin, chief poet of Ireland, was killed by the Spailleach Ó Flannagáin after his house had been stormed.

 p.40
T1119
     T1119.0

    Kalends of January on Wednesday and 16 moon days thereon.

     T1119.1

    Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Ireland, died in the sixth year of his tribulation, after a great reprentance, and was buried in the church of Killaloe.

     T1119.2

    Aodh Ó Concheanainn, king of Uí Diarmada, died.

     T1119.3

    Aodh Ó Bréanain, king of Airrther Laighen, died.

     T1119.4

    Ó Tuathail, king of Uí Muireadhaigh, was killed.

     T1119.5

    A great fleet led by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland, king of Ireland before the Shannon was cleared by him, with the king of Leinster, Éanna son of Murchadh, and with the king of Ossory, Donnchadh son of Giolla Pádraig, and with the nobles of the Foreigners of Dublin, as far as Killaloe, to consume the food of the men of Munster.

T1120
     T1120.0

    Kalends of January on Thursday and 27 moon days thereon.

     T1120.1

    Niall son of Domhnall, crown prince of Ailech, died.

     p.41
     T1120.2

    The Assembly of Tailtiu was held in this year by the same Toirdhealbhach.

     T1120.3

    Three chief bridges, also, were built in Connacht by the same Toirdhealbhach i.e. the bridge of Athlone, and the bridge of Áth Crócha on the Shannon, and the bridge of Dunlo  21a1on the Suck.

     T1120.4

    The raid of the Bridge of Athlone by the Connachtmen into Meath led by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair into Meath, and he banished Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn into the north, and brought with him hostages under the safeguard of St Patrick's succesor and the Staff of Jesus.

     T1120.5

    Domhnall Ó Maelseachlainn ancd the North of Ireland marched again into Meath to help Murchadh, and the Connachtmen and Toirdhealbhach made a treacherous peace with them.

T1121
     T1121.0

    Kalends of January on Saturday, and 19 moon days thereon.

     T1121.1

    Domhnall son of Mac Lochlainn, king of the North of Ireland, and the taker of Ireland's hostage, died.

     T1121.2

    Rioghbhardán son of Cú Coirne, king of the Éile, died.

     T1121.3

    Cú Maighe son of Deoraid Ó Flainn, king of the North of Ireland, was drowned  p.42 in Lough Neagh.

     T1121.4

    Samuel, bishop of Dublin, in penitence rested.

     T1121.5

    Muireadhach Ó Flaithbheartaigh, king of the west of Connacht, died.

     T1121.6

    A great hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland, into Magh Birra, consuming Ormond and to force hostages on Desmond. For the space of the three months of winter was he there, and he divided Munster between the Clann Charthaigh and the Síol Briain.

     T1121.7

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair into Munster, and they, Toirdhealbhach and his troop, caused the people of Munster to cry aloud, and they plundered Ard Fináin. The rear of the army was intercepted as it was marching southward and there Aodh Ó hEidhin, king of the Uí Fhiachrach of Aidhne, was killed, and Muireadhach Ó Flaithbheartaigh, king of the west of Connacht, and Muirghius Ó Lorcáin, and others.

     T1121.8

    Conchobhar Ó Fócarta, king of south of Éile, was killed.

T1122
     T1122.0

    Kalends of January on Sunday and 20 moon days thereon.

     p.43
     T1122.1

    Aodh son of Domhnall Ó Ruairc, king of the east of Connacht, was killed by Meathmen.

     T1122.2

    The son of Mac Carthaigh submitted to Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland, and Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain was captured by him, and the kingship of Thomond was given to Tadhg Ó Briain, the son of Toirdhealbhach's own father and mother.

     T1122.3

    Aodh son of Donnsléibhe Ó hEochadha, king of Ulster, was killed in battle by Ó Mathghamhna.

     T1122.4

    Maolmórdha Ó Domhnaill, king of Ua Cennselaigh, died in clericatu.

     T1122.5

    Maelseachlainn Ó Donnacán, king of Ara Tíre, was killed.

     T1122.6

    A raid by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair as far as Lough Erne, and he brought thence captives and kine in abundance.

T1123
     T1123.0

    Kalends of January on Monday and the first of the moon thereon.

     T1123.1

    Christ's Cross in Ireland this year, and a great tribute was given to it by the king of Ireland, Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, and he asked for some of it to keep in Ireland, and it was granted to him, and it was enshrined by him at Roscommon.

     p.44
     T1123.2

    Domhnall grandson of Donnchadh, crown prince of Meath, was killed by the Gailenga.

     T1123.3

    Donnchadh son of Tadhg Mac Carthaigh, king of Desmond, died, and his brother Cormac was made king.

     T1123.4

    A defeat inflicted on the Conmaicne by the community of Roscrea and the Éile, in which fell Dubhdara son of Dubh and many others.

     T1123.5

    Tadhg Ó Máille, king of Umall, was drowned in his vessel at Aran.

     T1123.6

    Donnchadh Ó Giolla Pádraig, king of Ossory, was killed.

     T1123.7

    A great hosting led by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair into Munster, and he plundered Kerry and he himself reached Cork, so the chiefs of Desmond submitted to him, including Donnchadh Mac Carthaigh and Ceallach Ó bric and Ó Faeláin and Ó Conchobhair of Kerry.

T1124
     T1124.0

    Kalends of January on Tuesday and 12 moon days thereon.

     T1124.1

    Tadhg son of Mac Carthaigh, king of Desmond, died in Cashel after great repentance.

     T1124.2

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair on Lough Derg,  p.45 and his vessels were dragged by him down past Ess Danainne Dunass Rapids till he reached Fand in Uí Conaill, and he plundered the whole of Conaill and the fleet of Desmond was left with him, they the folk of Desmond having been disobedient to the King.

     T1124.3

    Three castles were built this year by the Connachtmen, namely, the castle of the river Galway, and the castle of Cúl Maile and the castle of Dunlo.

     T1124.4

    A great camp pitched by the same king ar Áth Caille and his full desire was given him by Desmond, and there the Foreigners of Limerick joined him, and there he remained in that camp at Easter and from All Saints Day to Bealtaine. Then the Conmaicne and Meathmen and Mugh's Half the south of Ireland turned upon him, so he made a raid upon the Conmaicne and the east of Meath and on the day after another raid on the same people. Then the Conmaicne and the Uí Briúin and the Meathmen gathered to give battle to Toirdhealbhach and stop that raid. 21a2 And then in the battle of Craeb (Roiss da Charn) the Conmaicne and the Meathmen were defeated and they were slaughtered and plundered. So the men of Desmond and Meath and Leinster and the Conmaicne being egged on after that defeat marched into the west of Meath to invade Connacht, but they heard that the king was ar Athlone with a great gathering, and they were told that the hostages of Desmond, including Cormac son of MacCarthaigh, had been killed. So each of separates from the other and goes to his house, and Mac Carthaigh returns home mournfully because of his son's death. A respite was given to the hostages of the other folk.

     p.46
     T1124.5

    A raid by Toirdhealbhach into Meath whence he brought innumerable captives.

     T1124.6

    Maelseachlainn son of Tadhg Ó Maelseachlainn was killed by Meathmen.

     T1124.7

    Muireadhach grandson of Aodh, king of Clan Coscraigh, died in devotion.

T1125
     T1125.0

    Kalends of January on Thursday and 23 moon days thereon.

     T1125.1

    Aodh son of Domhnall Ó Conchobhair was captured by his brother.

     p.47
     T1125.2

    Flann and the Giolla Riabhach, two sons of Anesles Ó hEidhin, were killed by Conchobhar Ó Flaithbheartaigh.

     T1125.3

    Giolla Bruide Ó Ruairc was killed.

     T1125.4

    A great hosting by Toirdhealbhach son of Ruaidhrí, king of Ireland, as far as Aghaboe in Ossory, so that they gave him his full award in respect of the revolt which they had made against him.

     T1125.5

    Another hosting also, by the same king, into Meath, so that Tighearnán Ó Ruairc, king of the Uí Briúin and Conmaicne, submitted to him and made an alliance with him as to doing his will, and they banished Murchadh Ó Maelseachnaill, king of Meath, into Munster, and he Toirdhealbhach divided Meath into four parts, among Tighearnán and the three grandsons of Maelseachlainn. Then Toirdhealbhach went to Dublin and abode there for a night, and he gave the kingship of the Foreigners to the king of Leinster.

     T1125.6

    The son of Donnchadh Ó Maelsechlainn was killed by Murchadh Ó Maelsechlainn.

     T1125.7

    Ó Cearbhaill, king of Fernmag, was killed.

T1126
     T1126.0

    Kalends of January on Friday and 14 moon days thereon.

     p.48
     T1126.1

    Éanna son of Donnchadha son of Murchadh, king of Leinster, died.

     T1126.2

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland. He was made king in Leinster thereafter. So contest Leinster with him, Cormac Mac Carthaigh, king of Desmond, marched as far as Sliabh in Chaitlig and challenged him to battle. Back from the east came Toirdhealbhach to attack him, and reached the camp wherein was Cormac, so Cormac quitted it, and the Connachtmen made havoc of the men of Desmond, and burned the camp.

     T1126.3

    A great encampment by Toirdhealbhach son of Ruaidhrí in Ormond from Lammas to St Bride's festival and thence, for the space of a month he traversed Ireland as no king had ever traversed it, and not once was the camp emptied thereby. Once he marched to Dublin, and the Foreigners did his will completely, and he left his son Conchobhar there in the kingship. Then from Dublin he went, accompanied by the Meathmen and the Conmaicne and ravaged Tyrconnell. At another time he issued from the same camp and plundered as far as Móin Mór and Glanmire and carried off many kine and a great number of captives. Another time he plundered the whole of the south of Ossory and killed there Ó Caeróic. Then all the Ossorians submitted to him and gave him hostages. Thence he marched to Ballaghmoon and deposed the son of Mac Murchadha and ordained the kingship over them to to his own son, Conchobhar son of Toirdhealbhach.

     p.49
     T1126.4

    Domhnall the Fair Ó Dubhda, king of Uí Amalgaidh, Uí Fiachrach and Cera, a man who never gave a refusal to anyone, was drowned in driving a prey out of Tyrconnell.

T1127
     T1127.0

    Kalends of January on the 7th day, and 15 moon days thereon.

     T1127.1

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach, king of Ireland, till he reached Cork, he himself on land and his fleet at sea going round to Cork, ravaging Munster by sea and by land, so that they drove Cormac, son of Mac Carthaigh, into Lismore in pilgrimage, and Toirdhealbhaach divided Munster into two, the southern half to Donnchadh son of Mac Carthaigh and the northern half to Conchobhar Ó Briain, and he brought home thirty hostages.

     p.50
     T1127.2

    Cormac son of Mac Carthaigh came from his pilgrimage and made an alliance with Conchobhar Ó Briain and with all the men of Munster save those of Thomond. Donnchadh son of Mac Carthaigh came from them—for he was not in the alliance—with two thousant men, including Ó Caim and Ó Muircheartaigh, and many other nobles.

     T1127.3

    A great fleet led by the king of Ireland, Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair—190 ships his number—to ravage and lay waste Munster. So he laid waste the plain of Munster as far as Sliabh Cain and Ard Pádraig and Uí Conaill, and he carried off many droves and many people were killed there.

     T1127.4

    A battle of two fleets at sea, to wit, the fleet of Connacht and the fleet of Munster, and the Munstermen were routed and slaughtered.

     T1127.5

    Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, overking of Ireland, and the successor of St Iarlaithe surround the common of Tuam from the southern end of Clad in Renda to Fidmag. Then the king gave an offering of land from himself to the church in perpetuity from Áth mBó to Caill Clumain, that is, the south-western half of the western part of Cluain, to every good cleric of the Síol Muireadhaigh who should dwell in Tuam, and the other half of it, at the guesthouse of Tuam, into the hands of the prior.

     p.51
     T1127.6

    Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn was deposed and his son Domhnall put in his place. Then, at the end of the quarter, Domhnall was deposed and Diarmaid Ó Maelseachlainn was put in his place.

     T1127.7

    A battle between two kings of Ulster, wherein fell Aodh Ó Mathghamhna and Niall son of Donnslébhe Ó hEochadha, king of Ulster.

T1128
     T1128.0

    Kalends of January on Sunday and 26 moon days thereon.

     T1128.1

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland, into Uí Cennselaigh, till he burned everything, and came round from Loch Garman, with his right hand to the sea unto Dublin.

     T1128.2

    Maghnus son of MacLochlainn, king of the Kindred of Eoghan and of the North, was killed by the Kindred of Conall and the Kindred of Múan.

 p.52
T1129
     T1129.0

    Kalends of January on Tuesday and 7 moon days thereon.

     T1129.1

    Ceallach, a successor of St Patrick, archbishop of Ireland and the son of virginity, rested.

     T1129.2

    The great altar of the stone-house of Clonmacnois was opened and treasures taken thereout, to with, the carrecánmodel? of Solomon's temple, which had been given by Maelseachlainn son of Domhnall, and the standing-cup of Donnchadh son of Flann and the three treasures which Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair had given, to wit, a goblet of silver, and a cup of silver with a golden cross over it, and a drinking-horn inlaid with gold, and the horn of Ó Rianda, king of Ara, and a silvern chalice with lustre of gold thereon, together with a paten and the cup of Ceallach, a successor of St Patrick's.

T1130
     T1130.0

    Kalends of January on Wednesday and 18 moon days thereon.

     T1130.1

    A thwart-hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland, into the south of Ireland and into the north thereof, till they reached Tory Island and carried of  p.53 kine and many captives, and then the fleet in the south plundered Dairbrithe island of Valencia and Inis Mór and carried of captives.

     T1130.2

    Cú Aifne grandson of Conchobhar Failghe died.

     T1130.3

    Diarmaid Ó Fallomhain, chief of Clan Uadach, died.

     T1130.4

    The treasures of Clonmacnois were discovered with the Foreigners of Limerick, after they had been stolen by Giolla Comgain, and he was hung at the fort of Cluain Íochtair, having been delivered up by Conchobhar Ó Briain, king of Munster. Now this man sought Cork and Lismore and Waterford in order to go eastward over sea. The vessel in which he would fain find a berth would not get a wind, though the other ships, in which he was not, got one: for St Ciarán used to detain the ship in which he attempted to proceed. And there he made his confession before death, that he used to see this, St Ciarán with his crozier detaining evey vessel in which he would try to go. So the Lord and St Ciarán killed that man.

     T1130.5

    The rout of Cráeb Treithin inflicted by Tighearnán Ó Ruairc on the east  p.54 of Meath, wherein fell Diarmaid Ó Maelseachlainn, king of the east of Meath, and Aongus Ó Caendelbáin, king of Laeghaire, and Wet-Mantle, son of Mac Sen- 21b2-áin, king of the Gailenga, and many others.

T1131
     T1131.0

    Kalends of January on Thursday and 31moon days thereon.

     T1131.1

    A fleet led by Ó Conchobhair to Ross Ailithiri, till they reached {} Desmond, and ravaged it mightily.

     T1131.2

    A conflict between the cavalry of Connacht and the cavalry of Munster, in which fell Aodh son of Cúchonnacht Ó Conchobhair and Ó Carthaigh, chief poet of Connacht, and others.

     T1131.3

    An alliance was made between Conn's Half and Mogh's Half to invade Connacht at the same time. So the forces of the North, seven battalions, came over Assaroe to the Curlews and Segais. The king of Ireland mustered Síol Muireadhaigh against them, and the Uí Beicc despatched a body of young soldiers into the Segais to await them, and they delivered and attack upon the and routed Tyrconnell and Tyrone, and the whole army, except a battalion of Ulstermen, which had at first gone through the wood. So a slaughter was inflicted upon them, including the Garbánach Ó Baoighill and Conn Ó Maolgaoithe and many others, and they lost their horses and their weapons and their armour. The king then granted a little truce, that night, and they made peace with the Síol Muireadhaigh, agreeing that never again should Connacht be invaded by the army of the southern half of Ireland. To the folk of the North Toirdhealbhach  p.55 Ó Conchobhair gave order how they should repair to their homes, to wit, the men of Tyrconnell and Tyrone, including the son of Mac Lochlainn, over Assaroe, with a party of the nobles of Connacht to escort them, and the Ulaid with the troops of the north-east of Ireland were, by the generosity of the Connachtmen, billeted in Magh Aí for three days and three nights, and then escorted to Ardee. But a conflict took place on the Plain of Conaille, between them and Tighearnán Ó Ruairc, king of the Uí Briúin and Conmaicne, he having driven a prey out of Ulster in their absence. The Ulaid and Airgéill were routed, and Ó hEochadha, king of Ulaid, was killed there, and Ó Cridain, king of Farney and his son, and Ó hInnreachtaigh, king of the Uí Méith, and others.

     p.56
     T1131.4

    Conchobhar Ó Briain was smitted by one of his own men of trust, Giolla Pádraig Ó Londgargáin, who was straightaway killed therefor.

     T1131.5

    Mogh's half, however, came to Thomond, and the Connachtmen mustered to give them battle; but they yielded not Thomon voluntarily, so a battalion of the west of Connacht encountered a battalion of West Munster and one of Ceallachán son of Mac Carthaigh; and Ceallachán's battalion crowded in flight into the river and was drowned and greatly slain, and they went home without peace.  8

T1132
     T1132.0

    Kalends of January on Friday, and 10 moon days thereon. A bisextile year.

     T1132.1

    A great fleet led by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland, on Lough Derg, to ravage Munster, and it made many preys in Munster and wasted it greatly.

     p.57
     T1132.2

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair into Munster, and he plundered and consumed Croom, and marched over it into Meath, and gave the kingship of Meath to Muircheartach Ó Maelseachlainn, and gave kingship and hostages with it.

     T1132.3

    A raid by Conchobhar Ó Briain into Moenmag, and he plundered Cell Bian and carried off many cows.

     T1132.4

    A revolt of Thomond and the Uí Briúin and the Conmaicne against Ó Conchobhair.

     T1132.5

    An attack on Athlone by Conchobhar Ó briain and by the Conmaicne and the men of Meath. Three battalions of Gales and a band of Foreigners ravaged Connacht and they were not allowed over it.

     T1132.6

    The castle of Galway was destroyed by the fleet of the Munstermen. Lochlann Ó Lochlainn was killed by them on the same day. Flaithbheartach Ó Flaithbheartaigh was the admiral of the fleet.

     T1132.7

    A second attack on Athlone by the same fleet, but it served them not.

     T1132.8

    The burning, by the Munstermen of the Island of Buinde Beithe.

     T1132.9

    Conchobhar Ó Flaithbheartaigh and two descendants of Mugron were killed by the army of Munster.

     T1132.10

    A foray by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair into Uí Farga.

     p.58
     T1132.11

    Diarmaid son of Mac Eidinén, chief of Clan Diarmada, died.

T1133
     T1133.0

    Kalends of January on Sunday and 21 moon days thereon.

     T1133.1

    Flaithbhertach Ó Flaithbheartaigh was killed by the son of Lochlann, i.e. Lochlann, in revenge for his father.

     T1133.2

    A great hosting into Connacht by the whole of Mogh Half, including Cormac son of Mac Carthaigh and Conchobhar Ó Maelseachlainn, and by them were slain the grandson of Cathal Ó Conchobhair and Giolla na Naomh Ó Flainn, chief of the race of Mael Ruain, 22a1 and they burned Dún Mugdorn and Dunmore, and returned home without hostages without peace.

     T1133.3

    The royal steward of Ireland, Giolla na Naomh Ó Birn, chieftain of Tír Briúin, died and was buried in the church of Roscommon.

     T1133.4

    Two sons of Cúchonnacht Ó Conchobhair were drowned in Lough Ree.

     T1133.5

    A defeat inflicted by the men of Teffa on the Síol Muireadhaigh, wherein fell Olaf son of Aireachtach Ó Raduibh, chief of Clan Tomaltaig, and Radubán, son of the Vessel Ó hAinlighe.

     p.59
     T1133.6

    Conchobhar, son of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn, crown prince of Meath, was killed by Donnchadh son of Giolla Mocholmóc and by Foreigners.

     T1133.7

    The son of Giolla Mocholmóc was killed by Meathmen.

     T1133.8

    The whole of Lusk was burned, with its churches, by Donnchadh son of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn.

 p.150
T1134
     T1134.0

    Kalends of January on Monday, and 2 moon days thereon.

     T1134.1

    The grandson of Cathal Ó Conchobhair was killed by Ó hEaghra.

     T1134.2

    The consecration of the church of Cormac in Cashel, by the nobles of Ireland, both laymen and clerics.

     T1134.3

    Peace was made by Mugh's Half with Connacht, at the demand of Muireadhach Ó Dubhthaigh i.e. archbishop of Ireland, and of a son of virginity, a successor of St Iarlaithe, to wit, Aodh Ó hOisín.

     T1134.4

    A shower of hail fell around Cashel of the Kings and in Magh Femin. Each stone was like an apple, as big as a man mouthful, and it had three points, and when the hailstones melted the horses were swimming on the marketplace of Cashel and also  p.151 in the hollows of the plain on the day that the clerics of Connacht went away in displeasure. Another shower of the same kind from Mungret as far as Limerick, which broke every fence where it came hard to the earth.

     T1134.5

    A great war grew up in the whole of Mugh's Half through the malediction of the clerics of Ireland and Connacht, and two battles were fought between them the people of the southern half of Ireland to wit, a battle by the Ossorians with Mac Murchadha and the Uí Cennsealaigh, wherein Ugaire Ó Tuathail was killed, and another battle by Mac Murchadha, the Uí Cennselaig and the Foreigners of Dublin with Conchobhar Ó Briain, the Ossorians and the Foreigners of Waterford, wherein many were killed, and great slaughter was inflicted on them, including the son of Giolla Maire son of the Giolla Got, and nobles of Waterford and nobles of Ossory and Giolla Caoimhghin Ó Cennétigh, who was captured there.

     T1134.6

    A great slaughter inflicted by the men of Desmond on the Dalcassians, including Donnchadh, grandson of Murchadh Ó Briain, and many others, by means of an attack on a camp.

     p.152
     T1134.7

    Aodh, grandson of Tadhg Ó Ceallaigh, king of the Uí Maine, died.

     T1134.8

    The Cathach of St Iarlaithe was desecrated by the Dalcassians and Thomond was laid waste in the same quarter of the year through St Iarlaithe's miracles.

     T1134.9

    Mael Maedhóig Ó Morgair ascended St Patrick's throne.

     T1134.10

    The Kindred of Eoghan of Tulach Óc conspired against Mael Maedhóig and a flash of lightning consumed twelve men of them on the spot where they conspired against him.

     T1134.11

    Aodh grandson of Lochlann Ó Cochláin, king of Dealbhna Eathra, died.

     T1134.12

    Murchadh Ó hEaghra and his wife, a daughter of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, were killed by Taichleach Ó hEaghra.

T1135
     T1135.0

    Kalends of January on Tuesday and 16 moon days thereon. i.

     T1135.1

    Cathal son of Tadhg Ó Conchobhair was killed by men of Teffa.

     T1135.2

    Roscommon was burned and its principal and its lector were  p.153 killed by the men of Brefne.

     T1135.3

    Muircheartach Ó Cadhla was killed by men of Munster.

     T1135.4

    The defeat of the fair of Moinmag inflicted by Conchobhar son of Toirdhealbhach on the Uí Maine, wherein Conchobhar Ó Ceallaigh was killed, and Ó Mainnín, king of Sogan, and others.

     T1135.5

    Ó Máille was slain by the son of Domhnall Ó Dubhda in the stone-house of Nuachongbháil, and in the same quarter of the year, through St Columcill's miracle, his own spear killed him.

     T1135.6

    Cong and Annadown and Roscommon were burned.

     T1135.7

    Cú Mara the Great was killed through a miracle of St Iarlaithe's throne, which had been desecrated.

     T1135.8

    Ruaidhrí Ó Canannán, king of Cenél Conaill, was killed by the Kindred of Eoghan.

     T1135.9

    Maol Íosa Ó hAinmire, bishop of Waterford, rested.

     T1135.10

    Ó Madadháin, king of the Síol Anmchadha and the Uí Maine was treacherously killed by the son of Giolla Caoimhghin Ó Cinnéitigh.

     T1135.11

    Domhnall Gearrlámhach, grandson of Muircheartach, in clerical life rested.

     T1135.12

    Cionaoth Ó Baoighill, bishop of Clogher, rested.

     p.154
     T1135.13

    Henry I, king of England died.

T1136
     T1136.0

     22a2Kalends of January on Wednesday and 24 moon days thereon. The 1136th year from the Incarnation of the Lord.

     T1136.1

    Aodh son of Domhnall Ó Conchobhair was killed, with his servants of trust, after treachery had been practised upon him the folk of the Three Districts.

     T1136.2

    Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair and Uada Ó Concheanainn were taken prisoners by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair while they were under the safeguard of St Iarlaithe's succesor and Ó Dubhthaigh and the Yellow Crozier and Ó Domhnalláin. On this day illness attacked Toirdhealbhach so that he was long in his bed.

     T1136.3

    Domhnall grandson of Lochlann, king of the North of Ireland, was killed by the Kindred of Eoghan.

     T1136.4

    Domhnall Ó Dubhthaigh the bishop, a successor of St Ciarán, died.

     T1136.5

    Néidhe Ó Maolchonaire, the historian, rested.

    Clonard was plundered by the men of Brefne and the men of Farney. Muircheartach son of Niall son of Lochlann was then made king.

     T1136.6

    Aodh Ó Finn, archbishop of Brefne, rested in Inis Clothrann.

     T1136.7

    Aodh son of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, was blinded by his own brother Conchobhar and by Diarmaid son of Tadhg Ó Maolruanaidh.

     p.155
     T1136.8

    Domhnall Ó Caoindealbháin, king of Laoghaire, was killed by Tighearnán Ó Ruairc.

     T1136.9

    The raid on Loch Cairrgin by the men of Teffa and they burned its castle.

     T1136.10

    Clonard was plundered by the men of Brefne and the men of Farney.

     T1136.11

    Muircheartach son of Niall son of Lochlann was then made king.

T1137
     T1137.0

    Kalends of January on Friday and 5 moon days thereon.

     T1137.1

    A huge fleet led by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland, on Lough Ree, and the Conmaicne and men of Teffa gathered all the vessels which they found, to wit, seven score galleys, to attack it, but they could do nothing to them.

     T1137.2

    Mór daughter of Murchadh Ó Briain, wife of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn, died.

     T1137.3

    Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain was taken prisoner by his first cousin.

     T1137.4

    Domhnall son of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn was killed by the people of the east of Meath and by the Saithne.

     T1137.5

    Domhnall Ó Conaing, chief bishop of Munster, rested.

     p.156
     T1137.6

    A raid by Tighearnán Ó Ruairc and the men of Brefne into Connacht over the Ford of the Islet of streams, and he plundered Clann Uadach in Druim Drestan, and Ailill son of Giolla Énáin was slain, and Tighearnán went home over Athlone.

     T1137.7

    The son of the Lestar Ó hAinlighe, chief of Ceinél Doftha, was killed by Ó Grada and by the Luighne.

     T1137.8

    The Blind one of ... that is, Giolla Muire, was killed by wolves.

     T1137.9

    Connacht, then, was laid waste from Assaroe to the Shannon and to Echtach Slieve Aughty of Munster, and the people themselves were driven in to the west of Connacht.

T1138
     T1138.0

    Kalends of January on Saturday and 16 moon days thereon.

     T1138.1

    Uada Ó Concheanainn was blinded by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair. For his own misdeeds he was blinded.

     T1138.2

    Mathghamhain Ó Conchobhair, king of Ciarraighe and of Corca Dhuibhne, tanist of the king of Munster, rested.

     T1138.3

    A raid into Meath by Tighearnán Ó Ruairc, where he killed Aodh Ó Confhiacla.

     T1138.4

    The rout of the Gap of the Hornless Cow by Tighearnán Ó Ruairc and by the people of  p.157 Dealbhna Mór, wherein was slain Domhnall Ó Ciardha, king of Carbury.

     T1138.5

    Cormac son of Mac Carthaigh was treacherously killed by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain, his father-in-law, gossip and fosterer. He was the attacker of the whole of Ireland and king of Leth Mogha completely.

     T1138.6

    Conchobhar Ó briain in the over-kingship of Munster.

     T1138.7

    Olaf the Great, son of Firbiseach, doctor of all the Uí Fiachrach in history and poetry, a sage of a cleric with many ... of the church, and the choice of Cong, died there after victory of extreme unction and repentance.

T1139
     T1139.0

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and 27 th day of the moon thereon.

     T1139.1

    Cú Chonnacht Ó Dálaigh, from Lecan of Meath, the best poet there was in Ireland, died as an old man.

     T1139.2

    Donnchadh O Maelmuaidh, king of Fir Cheall, was killed by Murchadh Ó Maelsechlainn. Murchadh Ó Maelsechlainn, another king of Fir Cheall, was burnt by the Uí Luainim in the church of Rathan.

     p.158
     T1139.3

    The son of Raghnall son of Muiredach, chief of Muintir Eolais, was killed by Tighernan Ó Ruairc.

     T1139.4

    The Suca river was dug by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobair so that it came into the marsh of the south of the plain and the marsh of Aedh, making large lakes of them, and it went into the river of Ednech and into Loch Rí, and there was a muster of Connachtmen doing that work.

     T1139.5

    Aedh Ó Cadhla, king of Conmaicne Mara, was treacherously killed by his own people.

     T1139.6

    Gilla Pádraig son of Gilla na Naomh Ó Fearghail was killed  22b1by his own brother i.e. Murchadh.

T1140
     T1140.0

    Kalends of January on Monday and the ninth day of the moon thereon.

     T1140.1

    Eochaidh Ó Ceallaigh, archbishop of the men of Meath died.

     T1140.2

    Mael Maedhóig Ó Morgair came from Rome.

     T1140.3

    Tír dá Ghlas was burned by the Uí Maine and the men of Teftha and the footsoldiers of Conchobhar son of Tairrdhealbhach, and the relics of Colum son of  p.159 Criomthann were found by them at the point of a thicket, after the shrine in which they were was broken.

     T1140.4

    The bridge of Áth Luain was made by Tairdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, and he plundered twelve full byres of Teftha; and a red slaughetr of the Meathmen was carried out by Síol Muireadhaigh, so that three score heads came to one place, but already another slaughter was carried out on Síol Muireadhaigh. Muireadhach grandson of Muireadhach Ó Fianachta, chief of Clann Muircheartaigh and Clann Connmhaigh, and the head of sense and advice of all Síol Muireadhaigh, was killed therein in the counterstroke.

     T1140.5

    Another bridge by Tairdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair at Áth Luain, and the fleet of Connacht were doing it, so that they took hostages of the men of Teftha and drove Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn into Munster.

     T1140.6

    The lector Ó Catharnaigh died.

T1141
     T1141.0

    Kalends of January on Wednesday, and 21 days of the moon on it.

     p.160
     T1141.1

    Giolla na Naomh Ó Fearghail died as an old man, and was buried in Inis Clothrann.

     T1141.2

    Domhnall son of Ruaidhrí Ó Maolmhuaidh, king of Fir Cheall, was killed by Uí Luanaim.

     T1141.3

    Conchobhar son of Donnchadh son of Domhnall Ó Maelseachlainn was killed in prison by Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn.

     T1141.4

    Art Ó Maelseachlainn, crownprince of Teamhair, died.

     T1141.5

    Seventeen men of the kingfolk of Leinster were killed and blinded by Murchadh son of Murchadh, including Domnall son of Faolán and Muircheartach son of Giolla MacColmóg and Murchadh Ó Tuathail and three sons of Mac Gormáin.

T1142
     T1142.0

    Kalends of January on Thursday and 11 days of the moon on it.

     T1142.1

    Conchobhar son of Diarmaid Ó Briain, king of Tuadhmuma and Desmuma and Leth Mogha, and the attacker of Erin, contracted sickness and died from it in Cill da Lua on a pilgrimage. Toirdhealbhach, his brother, assumed the kingship of Munster.

     T1142.2

    Giolla Sinitáin, grandson of Amalgaidh, chief of Callraighe of Calad was killed by the people of Breagmhuine.

     p.161
     T1142.3

    Donnchadh Ó Conchobhair, king of Ciarraighe, was killed by Cú Mara son of Cú Mara.

     T1142.4

    Donnchadh son of Mac Carrthaigh was killed by Síol Muireadhaigh.

     T1142.5

    The son of Fearghal Ó Maelmhuaidh, king of Fir Cheall, was killed by the son of Ruaidhrí Ó Maelmhuaidh in St Columcille's Durrow.

     T1142.6

    The lector of Ard Macha i.e. Cathasach O Geirchaerach rested.

T1143
     T1143.0

    Kalends of January on Friday and 12 days of the moon on it.

     T1143.1

    Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn, chief lord of Tara, his death treacherously.

     T1143.2

    Donnchadh Ó Concheanainn died.

     T1143.3

    Tairrdhealbhach Ó Briain and the men of Munster came into Connacht to Ruadhbheitheach Roevehagh, so that a large group of them was killed there, including Ó Domhnaill, king of Corca Baiscinn, and Gilla Bréanainn, grandson of Flann Ó Murchadha, chief of the household of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, the champion of valour of all Connacht, fell and the Munstermen beheaded him. Soon afterwards the Munstermen came to the same Ruadhbheitheach, and the Connachtmen slaughtered them and Ó Conchobhair of Kerry was killed there, and some of them went mad.

     p.162
     T1143.4

    The deposition of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn and his banishment into Munster by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland, and Conchobhar son of Toirdhealbhach, his own son, was made king over Meath from the Shannon to the sea.

     T1143.5

    A great assemply by the clerics of Ireland and all Connacht including Muireadhach Ó Dubhthaigh, 500 priests and 12 bishops their number, demanded from his father the freeing of Ruaidhrí, son of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, which had been illegally taken prisoner by Tighearnán Ó Ruairc and by Conchobhar, his own brother, as Toirdhealbhach's deputies. So Toirdhealbhach promised that he would deliver him to the clergy at the next Bealtaine.

     T1143.6

    A perfect peace was made this year by king Toirdhealbhach and his son for the space of three nights and a month and a year and a half.

     p.163
     T1143.7

    The son of Niall  22b2 Ó Lochlainn was banished into Tír Eoghain, and Ó Gairmleaghaigh was made king instead of him.

     T1143.8

    Aodh son of Muircheartach Ó Dubhda, king of the Uí Amalagaid and the Uí Fiachrach died.

     T1143.9

    In this same year the king of Ireland, Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair gave the stead between Loch and Cluain Uí Birn and between Loch na nÉan and the river in the East, and Giolla na Naomh Ó Flainn, S. Commán's successor, by himself and his brethren, and Murchadh grandson of Aireachtach Ó Raduibh, gave gold for it and for the perpetual property of it.

T1144
     T1144.0

    Kalends of January on Saturday, and the 24th day of the moon thereon, and a bisextile year.

     T1144.1

    Conchobhar son of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair was killed by the Uí Dublaoich and the Fir Thulach, and for a secret conspiracy of all the men of Midhe was he killed, and at Bealach Muine na Sirite that treachery was practised on him, and he was in the kingship of Tara when he was killed.

     p.164
     T1144.2

    Domhnall Ó Confhiacla, king of Teaftha, died.

     T1144.3

    Cearbhall Ó Fionnalláin, king of Dealbhna, died.

     T1144.4

    Cionaoth Mag Amhalgaidh, chief of Callraighe, died.

     T1144.5

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair in Meath, and he divided Meath between two kings, after inflicting slaughter and loss on the Meathmen, so that the battle he delivered on the descendants of Seanchán was like the day of judgement.

     T1144.6

    Another son of Toirdhealbhach was wanting, i.e. Tadhg, the most beautiful and the best and most spirited crown prince that there was in Ireland.

     T1144.7

    A great hosting and convention by the clerics of Ireland, that is, the successor of Pádraig and the successor of Comán and Ó Longargán and Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair and Tighearnán Ó Ruairc and Ó Fearghail, for releasing Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair and Domhnall Ó Flaithbheartaigh and Cathal Ó Conchobhair, and they were set free for their hostages and their oath and for the honour of the clerics.

     T1144.8

    A great gathering of the men of Ireland, laymen and clerics, by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair and by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain, so that they made the perfect peace of Ireland as long as they should be alive, in accordance with the clerics  p.165 and the laymen.

     T1144.9

    Donnchadh Mac Carrthaigh died in prison by the decision of his first cousin.

     T1144.10

    Giolla Aonghusa Ó Clumháin, ollav of Connacht in poetry, died.

T1145
     T1145.0

    Kalends of January on Monday, and 4th day of the moon thereon.

     T1145.1

    Tadhg son of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair died.

     T1145.2

    A great war broke out generally between the men of Ireland, so that the men of Munster in a mob to Meath and Connacht, and Domnall Ó Conchobhair and a number of Connachtmen and men from Meath rose and defeated men of Munster and slaughtered many of them, and so they returned.

     T1145.3

    A great raid was made by the Síol Muireadhaigh into Uí Briúin, and they brought captives and cattle from it.

     T1145.4

    A raid by the Uí Briúin into Meath, and the son of Maelseachlainn and the men of Meath met them, and Uí Briúin was left slaughtered.

     p.166
     T1145.5

    An attack was made by the Uí Briúin and the Connachtmen on a section of the fleet of Síol Muireadhaigh and the Tuatha, and Murchadh Ó Maolbréanainn, chief of Clann Conchobhair, and the king of Uí Briúin na Sionna, i.e. Donnchadh Ó Mannacháin, were killed.

     T1145.6

    Ruaidhrí son of Cathal Ó Conchobhair was killed by men of Breifne.

     T1145.7

    Ruaidhrí Ó Flaithbheartaigh was killed by Ó hÓcáin, or by Munstermen he was killed.

     T1145.8

    A great defeat by the fleet of Ó Conchobhair on the fleet of the men of Munster and the foreigners of Luimneach at Buinne an Bheithe on the Shannon.

     T1145.9

    The defeat of Dún Dubáin by Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn and by Cairbre Ó Ciardha on the men of Breifne, where 300 men fell, including Searrach Ó Connachtaigh and Cathal Ó Cathluain and Ó Cumráin.

     T1145.10

    Fionn Ó Cearbhaill, crownprince of Éile, was killed.

T1146
     T1146.0

    Kalends of January on Tuesday and 15 day of the moon thereon. The second bisextile year.

     p.167
     T1146.1

    A great raid by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair over Athlone into Teffa, and he plundered the Muinter Mael Fhinna and the greater part of them all; but an attack was made at the wicker-bridge of Athlone on part of the rear of his army, and the wicker of the bridge fell under them, and many men of low rank were drowned and killed there, and the king of Ireland carried off the cows that he had.

     T1146.2

    The son of Gilla Críost Ó Maelbhréanainn died.

     23a1
     T1146.3

    Ó Donnchadha, Giolla Pádraig king of Osraighe was killed by the Uí Braonáin.

     T1146.4

    The archbishop of Leinster rested.

     T1146.5

    A great conflict between Connachtmen and men of Munster and Uí Briúin and Conmaicne, and the men of Teffa and the Meathmen marched from the east throughout Connacht, and the men of Munster came from the south, and the Connachtmen mustered against them, and the Munstermen were routed and some of them killed.

     T1146.6

    A hosting by Tighearnán Ó Ruairc to Magh Aei after the Síol Muireadhaigh and he burned Dún Imdain and plundered Magh nAi,  p.168 till he reached Lough Long and burned the ships of Ó Conchobhair with a group of women and defenders of the ships and some of Ó Ruairc's people were killed there, including Giolla Beraig son of Dub Dara son of Dub.

     T1146.7

    A great raid by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair and Síol Muireadhaigh into Dartraighe, and they plundered it all.

     T1146.8

    The son of Domhnall Ó Conchobhair was captured by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain by order of Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair.

     T1146.9

    Raghnall son of Turcaill, king of the Gaill of Dublin, with many hundreds, was killed by the south of Bregia.

     T1146.10

    Domnall Ó Brain, king of Breghmhuine died.

     T1146.11

    Ceallach Ó Ceallaigh, king of Breagh, was killed by Flaithbheartach Ó Cathasaigh and the Foreigners of Dublin.

     T1146.12

    Giolla na Naomh, grandson of Cú Meadha Ó Laeghacháin, fell by his own brother i.e. Domhnall, and his son Cú Medha rested.

T1147
     T1147.0

    Kalends of January on Wednesday and the 17th day of the moon thereon.

     p.169
     T1147.1

    Giolla Mochoinne Ó Cathail, king of Uí Fiachrach Aidhne, was killed by the grandson of Domhnall Ó Conchobhair.

     T1147.2

    The defeat of Athlone on Domhnall son of Toirdhealbhach and the Uí Maine by the men of Teffa, in which the grandson of Amhalgaidh Ó Flainn and others fell.

     T1147.3

    The strength of Jews was reduced by the Christians.

     T1147.4

    Duarcán Ó hEaghra was killed by Ó Gadhra.

T1148
     T1148.0

    Kalends of January on Thursday and 7th day of the moon thereon.

     T1148.1

    A great meeting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair and Tighearnán O Ruairc at the Shannon. Domhnall Ó Fearghail with his people conspired against Ó Ruairc and the ex-cleric Ó Fearghail hit him with a sword and mangled him greatly, and for this he himself was killed. Eachmarcach son of Branán and the son of Aireachtach Ó Raduibh was killed there while pursuing Ó Ruairc in order to try again to kill him, and Ó Ruairc's eric was exacted from the Conmhaicne as they were killed.

     p.170
     T1148.2

    A raid by Tairdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair into eastern Meath and he plundered Munter Laegheacháin.

     T1148.3

    Oitir, king of the foreigners of Dublin, was killed by the sons of Thorkill.

     T1148.4

    Muireadhach Sionnach, king of Teftha, died.

     T1148.5

    Sitriuc Ó Braín, king of Bregmuine, fell by the two sons of Congalach Ó Braín.

     T1148.6

    The son of Fearghal Ó Maelmhuaidh, king of Fir Cheall, was killed by the Uí Bracáin.

     T1148.7

    Mael Maedhóg Ó Morghair, chief bishop of Ireland and Scotland rested.

T1149
     T1149.0

    Kalends of January on Saturday and the 7th day of the moon.

     T1149.1

    Thunder and lightning came in January and the fire seized S. Ciaráns yewtree, but by strength of men it was quenched and it killed 113 sheep under the yewtree.

     T1149.2

    Muircheartach Ó Maelmogheirghe, bishop of Uí Briúin, rested.

     p.171
     T1149.3

    A raid by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair on the Luighne of Connacht, and he plundered them all.

     T1149.4

    A hosting by Muircheartach son of Niall son of Lochlann, together with the men of Tyrconnell, Tyrone and Oriel, into Ulster, where they harried both churches and districts, and he afterward took hostages with him.

     T1149.5

    Ceallachán son of Mac Carthaigh died.

     T1149.6

    A hosting by the son of Mac Lochlainn, so that he brought off the hostages of Tighearnán Ó Ruairc and Murchadh Ó Maelsheachlainn and Conmaicne and the men of Teftha with him on that occasion.

     T1149.7

    The Calraige were plundered by the Síol Rónáin and were banished into Connaught in punishment for Giolla Ultáin, grandson of Carrgamhain.

T1150
     T1150.0

    Kalends of January on Sunday and 29 days of the moon thereon.

     T1150.1

    The Giolla Claon Ó Ciardha, king of Cairpre, fell by the Uí Faeláin.

     T1150.2

    Congalach Ó Brain of Breaghmhuine was killed by the Clann Ceithearnaigh in the Garden of the Milchcow at Clonmacnoise.

     p.172
     T1150.3

    Muireadhach Ó Dubthaigh, chief bishop of Connacht and Ireland, rested in Christ.

     T1150.4

    Muiredhach  23a2 Ó Flannacáin, chief of Clan Cathail, died.

     T1150.5

    Domhnall son of Domhnall Ó Conchobhair, crownprince of Connacht, fell by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair.

     T1150.6

    Murchadh Ó Fearghail, chief of Muintir Anghaile, rested in Inis Clothrann.

T1151
     T1151.0

    Kalends of January on Monday and 10th day of the moon and the third year after bisextile.

     T1151.1

    Conchobhar Ciabach Ó hEaghra, king of Luighne, died.

     T1151.2

    A great raid by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair and Síol Muireadhaigh into Munster and they burned the trees of Port Ríg, the best there were in Ireland, and carried off many captives and cows.

     T1151.3

    A hosting into Munster by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair and all Connacht, and Diarmaid Mac Murchadha, king of Leinster, with his army, and Maelseachlainn son of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn, with the men of Meath, and Tighearnán Ó Ruairc and the men of Teffa, and crossing Munster they reached Glanmire and Móin Mór, where Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain, king of Munster, and the son of Conchobhar Ó Briain overtook them with the men of Munster. Three battalions was their force.

     p.173

    A battle is fought between them, i.e. the battle of Móin Mór, and the Dalcassians and men of Munster were routed, and their losses went beyond counting, including Muircheartach son of Conchobhar Ó Briain, king of Thomond, the second best man of the Dalcassians, and Lughaidh, son of Domhnall Ó Briain, and twelve of the Uí Cennétigh, and eight of the Uí Dedaig, including Flaithbheartach Ó Dedaig, and nine of the Uí Seancháin, and five of the Uí Chuinn, and five of the Uí Grada, including Aneslis Ó Grada, and twenty-four of the Uí Ócáin, and four of the Uí |chir, and a grandson of Eochaidh Ó Loingsigh, and four of the Uí Néill Buidhe, and five of the Uí Eichtighirn.

    Until sand of sea and stars of heaven are numbered, no one will reckon all the sons of the kings and chiefs and great lords of the men of Munster that were killed there, so that of the three battalions of Munster that had come thither, none escaped save only one shattered battalion.

    Tadhg son of the Liathanach Ó Conchobhair and Muircheartach Ó Cathaláin, chief of Clann Fócartaigh, and Aedh son of Maelruanaidh Ó Fallomhain, chief of Clann Uatach, and four of the Luigne fell in the counterstroke of that battle. All Munster was afterwards destroyed by them.

     p.174

    Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain went into Limerick, for he found no place in Munster, and he brought ten score ounces of gold and sixty jewels, including the drinking-horn of Brian Bóraime, and these he divided amongs the nobles of the Síol Muireadhaigh and Uí Briúin and Conmaicne, for never had there been levied from one country what they collected in that wise. Thereafter the king of Ireland, with the hostages of Mogh Half, came home.

     T1151.4

    A hosting by Muircheartach son of Niall son of Lochlann and by the North of Ireland as far as Coirrshliabh Seghsa in Corann, and he got two hostages from Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair and came home.

     p.175
     T1151.5

    The hostages of Leinster were sent to the house of Muircheartach son of Niall son of Lochlann.

T1152
     T1152.0

    Kalends of January on Tuesday and 21 days of moon on it.

     T1152.1

    Cú Midhe Ó Cormaidhe, chief of the Uí Maic Uais of Meath died.

     T1152.2

    A synod was convened by the bishops of Ireland and the cardinal of St. Peter's successor at Drogheda, and they ordained certain regulations there. Then he left a pallium for each province in Ireland, that is, a pallium in Armadh and a paillium in Dublin and another in Connacht and another in Munster.

     T1152.3

    Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain was deposed and banished, and went to Tyrone, and Munster was divided between Tadhg Ó Briain and Diarmaid son of Cormac.

     T1152.4

    Cathal son of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair was killed in the Calraighe of Corann.

     T1152.5

    Giolla Mac Liag, successor of Padraig, was wounded by Ó Cearbhaill, by the king of Oirghiall, overcoming him. Ó Cearbhaill was plundered and deposed  p.176 because of that by the son of Mac Lochlainn.

     T1152.6

    A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair and Diarmaid Mac Murchadha against Tighearnán Ó Ruairc, and they burned Bun Cuilinn and inflicted a defeat on Tighearnán, and made the son of Giolla Bruide Ó ruairc king of Conmaicne, and he got the lordship of them all. And Diarmaid mac Murchadh, king of Leinster, forcibly carried off out of Meath the wife of Ó Ruairc, that is, Derbhfhorgaill, daughter of Murchadh, with her wealth.

     T1152.7

    Domhnall son of Rioghbhardán Ó Cearbhaill, king of Eile, was killed by the son of the Cosfhada Ó Cearbhaill.

     T1152.8

    Énrí son of David, king of Scotland, died.

T1153
     T1153.0

    Kalends of January on Thursday, and the second day of the moon thereon.

     T1153.1

    Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn, overking of Midhe with its dependent districts, and most of Laighin and Airghiall for a time, rested in St Columcille's Durrow.

     p.177
     T1153.2

    Conchobhar son of Domhnall Ó Maelseachlainn was blinded by Maelseachlainn son of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn.

     T1153.3

    Flaithbheartach Ó Canannáin, king of Cenél Conaill, and his wife Dubhchobhlaig, daughter of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, were drowned in the sea with a ship's crew.

     T1153.4

    David son of Mael Coluim, king of Scotland and England, left life happily.

     T1153.5

    The daughter of Murchadh Ó Maelseachnaill came again to Ó Ruairc by flight from Leinster.

     T1153.6

    A hosting by Muircheartach son Niall, with the North of Ireland, into the east of Meath. At Áth Maigne he routed Tadhg son of Brian and raided as far as Rathain Uí Shuanaigh, and inflicted a defeat on the cavalry of Leinster and another defeat on the Conmaicne.

     T1153.7

    The rout of Fordruim by Murchadh son of Niall and by the North of Ireland and the Uí Briúin of Brefne on Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair and western Connacht, in which were killed Giolla Ceallaigh Ó hEidhin and Aodh his son, and Brian Ó Dubhda and Muircheartach son of Conchobhar son of Toirdhealbhach and Domhnall son of Cathal Ó Conchobhair and Sitriuc son of Dubhghall and two of the Uí Birn and many others. To restore Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain into Munster from which he had been banished by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, was the reason that hosting was set on foot.

     p.178
     T1153.8

    Tadhg Ó Briain was blinded by his own brother, Brian.

     T1153.9

    A serious illness attacked Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair and the report of it went through Ireland.

     T1153.10

    Flann Ó Flannacáin, king of Teftha, died.

     T1153.11

    Muirghius son of the son of Muircheartach, chief leader of Clann Tomaltaigh, rested.

T1154
     T1154.0

    Kalends of January on Friday and 14 days of the moon thereon.

     T1154.1

    Diarmaid Ó Conchobhair, king of Ciarraighe Luachra, a sage without dispute, died.

     T1154.2

    The Muintir Mhaoilsionna were plundered by Maelseachlainn son of Murchadh, and they were banished into Connacht thereafter.

     T1154.3

    The men of Teffa inflicted a defeat on a party of their people, and they lost many horses and men, including Murchadh Ó Flannacáin and the grandson of Sitriuc Ó Ceallaigh of Leinster.

     p.179
     T1154.4

    Another raid by Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, but he returned without cattle after his son Maelseachlainn had been killed, as well as Donn Cathaigh, king of the Cenél Aedha of the Echtge.

     T1154.5

    Tadhg Ó Briain died with a sudden death.

     T1154.6

    A naval conflict between the navy of the North and a fleet of Connacht, and the navy of the North was defeated.

T1155
     T1155.0

    Kalends of January on Saturday and the second day of the moon thereon.

     T1155.1

    Maelseachlainn son of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn, king of Meath and most of Leinster died in the thirtieth year of his age in Meath, at St Columcille's Durrow.

     T1155.2

    A hosting by the son of Niall Mac Lochlainn in Teffia and he took away his hostages and bestowed the kingship, from the Shannon to the sea, on Donnchadh Ó Maelseachlainn.

     T1155.3

    Aodh Ó hEaghra, king of Luighne, died.

     p.180
     T1155.4

    A raid on Magh Fionn by the men of Teffa, and they plundered some of the Uí Maine.

     T1155.5

    The Giolla Got Ó Ciaradha, king of Cairpre, was killed by Donnchadh Ó Maelseachlainn.

     T1155.6

    A defeat by the Muinter Láigheacháin and Muinter Maelshionna on a group of Breaghmhuine and Muintir Thadhgáin and Muintir Tlaman, in which many fell, including Giolla Fiadhnatán grandson of Aedh and chief of the Muintir Tlaman, and Giolla Riabhach grandson of Cú Caille Ó Gabalaig.

     T1155.7

    The burning of Inis Clothrann on the day of the feast of SS Paul and Peter.

     T1155.8

    The castle of Cuilenntrach was destroyed by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, and many fell there.

     T1155.9

    Donnchadh Ó Cearbhaill, king of Oriel, was taken prisoner by Tighearnán Ó Ruairc, his own mother's son.

     T1155.10

    The release of Conchobhar son of Domhnall Ó Briain by Toirdhealbhach son of Ruaidhrí and by Diarmaid son of Murchadh.

     T1155.11

    Donnchadh Ó Cearbhaill, king of Oriel, was forcibly brought with his sons  23b2to Loch Rillenn by Ó Raghallaigh, and was released  p.181 through the blessing of the clerics of Ireland.

     T1155.12

    Two kings of Ó Conaill Gabhra .i.e. Ó Cindfaeladh, son of Conchobhair, and Ó Cuilén, son of Conchobhar, fell one day among themselves.

T1156
     T1156.0

    Kalends of January on Sunday, the second day of the moon.

     T1156.1

    The hostages of Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain, king of Munster, The death of were delivered to Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland.

     T1156.2

    Great snow in that year, and intense frost, and such was the greatness of the frost that human beings and cattle used to cross lakes of all Ireland.

     T1156.3

    A defeat inflicted by Diarmaid Ó Maelseachlainn on Donnchadh his own brother, in which the son of Giolla Deacair Ó Cairbre, chief of Tuath Buada, fell.

     T1156.4

    Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, king of all Ireland, and the Augustus of western Europe, flood of glory and princeliness and veneration for churches and clerics, head of the prosperity and wealth of the world, one who so long as he was alive  p.182 never lost a battle or a hard conflict, the one man coming from the blood of Adam's children whose mercy and bounty, charity and generosity were best, died in 68th year of his age and in the 50th year of his reign, and was buried beside St Ciarán's altar. And there was a bequest by the king to the Lord and to the churches of Ireland. He gave 100 ounces of gold and 60 marks of refined silver, and offered all his treasures except sword or drinkinghorn or shield or weapon, both horses and cattle and raiment, and draughtboards, and draughtmen, and bows and quivers and slings; and he himself distributed them all, and ordained the share of each church according to order.

     T1156.5

    A battle by the Foreigners and the men of Leinster and Meath against Tighearnán Ó Ruairc with the men of Brefne at Lios Luigde, in which there fell the son of Cinaoth Brecc Ó Ruairc and Aodh son of Dub Dothair and Donn grandson of Fionnbarr Ó Geradáin and Fogartach Ó Cuinn, and in which others fell; but Tighearnán, though beaten, escaped

     p.183
     T1156.6

    Aodh son of Donnchadh Ó Maolseachlainn, king of Fir Ceall, was killed by Muintir Luainim in Rathin.

     T1156.7

    Brian Breifneach son of Toirdhealbhach was blinded by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, his own brother, and by Diarmaid son of Tadhg.

     T1156.8

    A hosting by Muircheartach son of Niall son of Lochlann into Osraighe, and they plundered. the whole country and he burned four chief churches including Durrow of the Uí Duach and Achadh meic Airt, and he burned Eochaidh Ó Cuinn, the lector, in the bell-house.

T1157
     T1157.0

    Kalends of January on Tuesday, the moon thirteen days.

     T1157.1

    The head of Eochaidh son Luchta was found at Findchora, and it was as large as a big cauldron.

     T1157.2

    Cú Uladh Ó Caondealbhán, king of Laoghaire, was killed by Domhnall Ó Maelseachlainn while he was under the safeguard of St Patrick's successor, the clerics of Ireland and the greater part of her kings.

     p.184
     T1157.3

    The consecration of the Temple of the Monks at the monastery of Drogheda by the clerics of Ireland, including St Patrick's successor and the legate and Muircheartach grandson of Lochlann and Donnchadh Ó Cearbhaill and Tighearnán Ó Ruairc and Dearbhfhorgaill daughter of Murchadh Ó Maelseachlainn. And Muircheartach bestowed abundance of gold and silver and ecclesiastical implements on the clerics of Ireland.

     T1157.4

    Donnchadh Ó Maelseachlainn was banished by Muirceartach son of Niall and by the clerics of Ireland in punishment for his having outraged them and after him his brother Diarmaid was plundered.

     T1157.5

    Cú Uladh Ó hEochadha, king of Ulster, died in Downpatrick.

     T1157.6

    A hosting by Muircheartach grandson of Lochlann to Leinster and to Desmond, and he took their hostages from them both. He afterwards laid siege to Limerick, and the Foreigners gave him the kingship and expelled Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain.He afterwards sent a host of raiders into Síol Anmchadha and some of them were killed, including Ó Catháin of CraobhBranch ; and Roscrea was plundered by themthe Kindred of Eogan. Thence he returned home.

     p.185
     T1157.7

    A foray by the son of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair after Muircheartach into Tyrone, and he burned Inis Eanaigh Incheny and cut down its orchard.

T1158
     T1158.0

    Kalends of January on a Wednesday and 28 days of the moon thereon, and the final year of the decennovenal.

     T1158.1

    Domhnall Ó Longargáin, chief bishop of Dál Cais, rested.

     T1158.2

    Aodh Ó Diomasaigh, chief of Clann Mhaoil Ughra, died.

     T1158.3

    Sitriuc son of Giolla Éanáin was killed by Murchadh Ó Ceallaigh.

     T1158.4

    Conchobhar son of Domhnall Ó Briain and his son were blinded by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain.

     24a1
     T1158.5

    Cú Choirne Ó Matudáin, king of Síol nAnmchada, died.

     T1158.6

    A synodical assembly by the clerics of Ireland at Brí mic Thaidhg in Laoghaire. At Cuirr Cluana soldiers of Diarmaid Ó Maelsechlainn attacked the bishop of Connacht and the bishop of Cluain - two successors of St Ciarán—as he did not wish to let them into the synod, and the soldiers killed two of the bishops' people, upon which they returned to their homes.

     p.186
     T1158.7

    A raid by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair into Teffa, and he plundered Maolchiaráin, the abbot's son, and some of Muinter Ceirín, and he carried off many cows. And the men of Teftha defeated a party of his people. Many fell, including Tomaltach Ó Maelbréanainn and Giolla Dá Ó Tresaig, and the grandson of Aodh mac Ruaidhrí and the grandson of Mac Liag and the son of Aodh of the Soldiers, and Fearchar Ó Fallomhain. And the son of Ó Flaithbheartaigh was taken prisoner.

     T1158.8

    Cú Uladh son of Deoradh Ó Flainn died i.e. the king of Dál Riada.

T1159
     T1159.0

    Kalends of January on Thursday and 9 days of the moon thereon, and the year of the beginning of the decennovenal.

     T1159.1

    Cennéidigh son of the son of Murchadh Ó Brain died.

     T1159.2

    Diarmaid son of Tadhg Ó Maelruanaigh, king of Magh Luirg and the Aicidecht, sage of the honour and prowess of Conn's Half, whom God blessed, having ended his life at the Rock of Lough Key, died.

     p.187
     T1159.3

    Giolla Caoimhghein Ó Cennéidigh died.

     T1159.4

    Aodh son of Donnchadh Ó Conchobhair Failghe died.

     T1159.5

    A hosting by Muircheartach grandson of Lochlainn to Ruba Conaill, and he banished Diarmait Ó Maelseachlainn from the kingdom of Meath.

     T1159.6

    A hosting by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair with the Connachtmen and a battalion of Thomond to Athlone. The men of Teffa delivered battle to them at the ford, and the crown-prince of Connacht, Aodh son of Ruaidhrí, received a blow there, of which he died.

    Thence they marched to Lough Sewdy and eight galleys were dragged over land by them, and they plundered Inis Enain, and most of its people were killed and afterwards burned. And the island-folk killed the grandson of Tadhg son of Tadhg of the Household.

    Thence Ruaidhrí with his army, and Tighearnán Ó Ruairc with two battalions marched to Ardee. So Muircheartach, son of Niall Mac Lochlainn, with the Kindred of Eoghan, and Donnchadh Ó Cearbhaill and the men of Farney came against them, and inflicted a battle-rout on the Connachtmen, and many were slaughtered there, including Giolla Críost son of Diarmaid son of Tadhg, king of Magh Luirg, and Murchadh son of Tadhg and Muireadhach Ó Mannacháin, king of the Uí Briúin of the Shannon, and Branán son of Branán, chief of Corca Achlann, and Ceithearnach Ó Fallomhain, chief of Clann Uadach, and Aodh son of Uallacháin, chief of the Muintir Cionaith, and Cellbuidhe Ó Seachnasaigh and Donnchadh son of Aodh son of Ruaidhrí, and Diarmaid Ó Concheanainn and Aithis son of Laimín.

    The nobles of the Uí Briúin who fell there are these: Son of the Night Ó Cearnacháin and Ó Cubráin and Ó Rotaidhe and the grandson of Agneór and Cú Cacaig son of Aodh and many others.

    And the son of Mac Lochlainn harried the Uí Briúin and the Muinter Gearadháin.

     p.188
     T1159.11

    A raid by the Breghmhuine and by some of the Muintir Tadhgáin, and they plundered the glebe of Clonfert, and killed the crews of two boats on the Suca, including Cathal Crumthainn and Giolla Éanáin Ó Domhnaill.

     T1159.11

    A hosting by Muircheartach son of Niall Mac Lochlainn into Connacht  p.189 until he reached Dunmore and destroyed the Fort. Thence he marched along the plain of Conmaicne until he reached the Fort of the Foreigners. He went thence  24a2without a battle, without a hostage.

     T1159.12

    A raid by Donnchadh Ó Maelseachlainn and by the men of Teffa into Tír Maine till they reached the Breuad and Durud Mainnin. There the Uí Maine and their king, Conchobhar Ó Ceallaigh, overtook them, and the men of Teffa were routed and a slaughter was inflicted on them, including the son of Mac Ualgairg, and Andad Ó Morucáin, and many nobles and plebeians.

     T1159.13

    A hosting by the son of Mac Lochlainn into Meath to expel Ó Ruairc from it. He billeted two battalions of the kindred of Eoghan for the space of a month on the men of Meath. Ó Ruairc made peace with him, and he left Ó Ruairc his own land. He bestowed the kingship of Leinster on Diarmaid son of Murchadh and killed Faelán. After that he returned home and plundered the greater Delbna.

     T1159.14

    Aodh son of Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair was killed by a single shot of a stone on the wickerwork of the bridge of Athlone, by a lad of the men of Teffa.

     p.190
     T1159.15

    Donnchadh Ó Maelseachlainn and the men of Meath and Teffa came into Connacht over Snám dá én on the Shannon and a red slaughter was inflicted on them.

T1160
     T1160.0

    Kalends of January on Friday, and 21 days of the moon thereon, and a bisextile year.

     T1160.1

    Donnchadh son of Domhnall Ó Maelseachlainn, king of Meath, was treacherously slain by Murchadh Ó Findallain and by his son.

     T1160.2

    Lorcán Ó Caíndealbháin, king of Laeghaire, was slain by Aodh Ó Caíndealbháin in Áth Truim.

     T1160.3

    A hosting by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair to Áth Féne in Corkaree, and he took the hostages of the men of Teffa and the west of Meath.

     T1160.4

    Domhnall Ó Gairmlegaigh chief of the kindred of Muan was slain by Mael Ruanaid, king of Fermanagh.

     T1160.5

    Brodar son of Thorkill, king of Dublin, was killed by the men of the south of Bregia.

     T1160.6

    Diarmaid Ó Cathasaigh, king of the Saithne, was slain by Muircheartach Ó Cellaigh  p.191 of Bregia.

     T1160.7

    Domhnall son of Giolla Seachlainn, king of the south of Bregia, was slain by Murchadh son of Domhnall Ó Maelseachlainn.

     T1160.8

    Giolla na Naomh Ó Duinn, lector of Inis Clothrann, Ireland's chief author in history and poetry, and the unique doctor of the Gaels, died.

     T1160.9

    Mac Gormáin, bishop of Kildare, rested.

     T1160.10

    Giolla Críost Ó Maelbealltaine, the arch-presbyter and the high-master, rested.

     T1160.11

    Ruaidhrí son of Tomaltach, chief of Muintir Dubétain, was killed.

     T1160.12

    A fleet led by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair on the Shannon and on Lough Derg, and he took the hostages of Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain and the Dál Cais.

T1161
     T1161.0

    Kalends of January on Sunday, the first of the moon thereon. A bisextile year.

     T1161.1

    Aodh Ó hOisín, archbishop of Connacht, rested.

     T1161.2

    Tadhg Ó Longargáin, bishop of Thomond, rested.

     T1161.3

    A hosting by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair into Meath and Leinster, and he left a king over the Uí Faoláin and a king over Uí Failghe, and took away their hostages  p.192 thereafter.

     T1161.4

    Gofraidh Ó Raghallaigh, king of Muintir Maelmórdha and Magh Gaileng, and his son Giolla Íosa, were killed by Maelseachlainn, son of Tighearnán Ó Ruairc, in Kells.

     T1161.5

    Isaac Ó Cuan, bishop of Ross, rested.

     T1161.6

    A hosting by Muircheartach grandson of Lochlann into the Uí Briúin, which he ravaged as far as Leac Bladhma and Áth Fearna. Foreigners and Leinstermen, that is, Diarmaid Mac Murchadha, king of Leinster, submitted to him. Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair gave four hostages for the Uí Briúin and Conmaicne, the half of Meath and Mogh's half.

     T1161.7

    Domhnall son of Cú Meadha Ó Laoghacháin, chief of Clann Suibhne, was killed by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair while in prison, and while under the safeguard of St Ciarán's successor.

     T1161.8

    Fallomhain Fionn Ó Fallomhain, chieftain of Clann Uatach, rested as a cleric.

     T1161.9

    The bishop Ó Murgusa rested.

     T1161.10

    The bishop Ó Rónán rested.

     T1161.11

    Matadhán Ó Rónán, king of Cairbre Grabra, rested, and his son was killed treacherously by Ó Congemle.

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T1162
     T1162.0

    Kalends of January on Monday and 15 days of the moon thereon.

     T1162.1

    A hosting by the son of Mac Lochlainn together with the men of Ireland to the Foreigners of Dublin to avenge his wife and her violation by them, but they separated without peace without battle.

     T1162.2

    Cairpre son of Samuel, chief professor in penmanship, died.

     T1162.3

    Conchobhar son of Tadhg Ó Briain rested.

     T1162.4

    A synodical assembly by the clerics of Ireland, including St Patrick's succesor and the Legate and the other bishops of Ireland, Diarmaid Mac Murchadha, king of Leinster, and Diarmait Ó Maelseachlainn, king of Meath, and they appointed certain kings with their regulations there.

     T1162.5

    Cathal Ó Raghallaigh died in a sudden death.

     T1162.6

    Donnchadh son of Giolla Pádraig, king of Ossory, died.

     T1162.7

    Maelseachlainn Ó Ruairc was killed by the grandson of Annach  p.194 Ó Raghallaigh.

     T1162.8

    Nobles of Clann Maelughra were killed treacherously by Maelseachlainn Ó Conchobhair, that is, Cú Brogha and Ceallach Ó Diomasaigh.

T1163
     T1163.0

    Kalends of January on Tuesday and 23 days of the moon on it.

     T1163.1

    Muircheartach son of Domhnall Ó Maelseachnaill fell from the bridge of Cork when drunk, and he was drowned in the Sabrann.

     T1163.2

    Maol Íosa Ó Laigheanáin, bishop of Imleach Iubhair, rested.

     T1163.3

    Glendalough was burned, including the Cró Chiaráin and Cró Caoimhghin.

     T1163.4

    Niall son of Muircheartaigh grandson of Amhlaimh went with followers into Tír Maine ar connmedh, and they were captured by the Uí Maine and by Conchobhar Ó Ceallaigh, and his people were slaughtered through a miracle of St Ciarán, for before marching west he had made a compulsory billeting on St Ciarán's community.

     T1163.5

    The deposition of Diarmaid Ó Maelseachlainn by the men of Meath. Five score ounces of gold he gave to Muircheartach mac Lochlainn  p.195 for the kingship of the west of Meath.

     T1163.6

    Cú Caisil Ó Fionnalláin was treacherously killed by Aodh Ó Ruairc.

     T1163.7

    The son of Donnchadh Mac Carthaigh was killed treacherously by his first cousin i.e. the son of Cormac.

T1164
     T1164.0

    Kalends of January on Wednesday and 4 days of the moon thereon.

     T1164.2

    A wonderful castle was built by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair at Tuam.

     T1164.3

    Tomgraney and Clonfert and Terryglass were burned.

     T1164.4

    Maelseachlainn Ó Conchobhair Failghe was killed by the Clann Mhaoilughra for the treachery he practised on them.

     T1164.5

    Muircheartach Ó Tuathail, king of the Uí Muireadhaigh, died.

     T1164.6

    Somhairle son of Giolla Bríde, king of the Hebrides and Cantyre, and his son Giolla Bríde, were killed by the men of Scotland, with slaughter of Foreigners of Dublin with them.

     T1164.7

    Donnchadh son of Diarmuid Ó Briain, bishop of Thomond, rested.

     T1164.8

    Amhlaoimh son of Giolla Chaomhghein Ó Cinnéidigh, king of Ormond, was blinded by Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain.

     p.196
     T1164.9

    Dáibhí son of Donnsléibhe Ó hEochadha was treacherously killed by the Uí Eachach.

T1165
     T1165.0

    Kalends of January on Friday and 15 days of moon on them. First bisextile year.

     T1165.1

    Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain went in pilgrimage to Killaloe, and his son Muircheartach was left in the kingship of Dál Cais.

     T1165.2

    A defeat by Laigheas Ó Mórdha and by Mac Craith Ó Mórdha of the people of Ossory, in which Domhnall Mac Giolla Pádraig, king of Ossory, and Ó Bróich and many others fell.

     T1165.3

    A hosting by the son of MacLochlainn into Ulster and he ravaged the land, both church and district, and took hostages of Ulster, and banished the son of Donnslébe Ó hEochaidh, and killed the son of Giolla Easpaig, and Inis Locháin was ravaged by him and destroyed.

     T1165.4

    Eochaidh son of Donnshléibhe Ó hEochadha was taken prisoner by Donnchadh Ó Cearbhaill, and cast again into prison, and the kingship of Ulster was given to him by the son of Mac Lochlainn for gold and hostages.

     p.197
     T1165.5

    Ó Canannáin, king of Cenél Conaill, died.

     T1165.6

    Giolla Crón Ó Maelbréanainn, chief of Clann Conchobhair, died.

     T1165.7

    Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair gave the west of Meath to Diarmaid Ó Maelseachlainn.

     T1165.8

    A great snow in this year, so that it was a labour for men and for cattle to go about in it.

     T1165.9

    A great war between the Meathmen and the men of Brefne, and Sitriuc Ó Ruairc was killed by the Uí Ciardha and by Cairbre.

     T1165.10

    Ó Ruairc and Ó Conchobhair made two raids on the Cairbre and on the Meathmen and the men of Leinster.

     T1165.11

    A hosting by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair into Desmond, and he brought hostages from the son of Cormac Mac Carthaigh.

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T1166
     T1166.0

    Kalends of January on Saturday, and 27 days of moon thereon, and the second year after bisextile.

     T1166.1

    A hosting by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, together with the nobles of Connacht, that is, Tighearnán Ó Ruairc and Diarmaid Ó Maelseachlainn, with their armies, to Dublin, where the Foreigners gave the kingship to Ruaidhrí, and he gave two score hundred cows to the Foreigners, and they marched, both Foreigner and Gael, to the great monastery in Drogheda. And Ó Cearbhaill, with the chiefs of Oriel, submitted to Ó Conchobhair, and twelve score cows were given to him, and four hostages from him to Ó Conchobhair; and they all marched into Leinster, and the son of Mac Faeláin and Ó Conchobhair Failghe submitted to Ó Conchobhair; and he gave twelve score cows for each of them, and they all to their way to Fid Dorcha.

    Mac Murchadha marched against them and gave them battle, but he was defeated and many of his people were killed therein, and the wood is forcibly cleared  p.268 by Ó Conchobhair, and Mac Murchadha himslef burned Fearna Mór Maedhóic, and gave a set of four hostages to Ó Conchobhair and got no glory save the corpses of the Uí Cennselaigh.

    Mac Giolla Pádraic and Ossory submitted to Ó Conchobhair and gave him their hostages, and Ó Conchobhair gave them twelve score cows.

     T1166.2

    Ó Conchobhair went home, and he was only four nights in his house when he fared forth on a hosting to Assaroe. So the kindred of Conall submitted to him and gave him hostages.

     T1166.3

    And while he was in the kindred of Conall, Ó Ruairc and the men of Breifne and Conmaicne and Oriel and Ó Ruairc's army invaded Tyrone, so the kindred of Eoghan, including Muircheartach son of Mac Lochlainn, overking of Ireland, gathered against them to the woods of Uí Eachach, and delivered a battle-onset upon the; and the kindred of Eogan were routed, and Muircheartach son of Niall Mac Lochlainn, overking of Ireland, is killed, and sixteen of the choicest of his people. And the clerics of the Bell of the Bequest were killed there, and the Uí Briúin carried off the bell. It was Ó Flainn, of the Uí Briúin, that killed the king, and by the miracles of St Patrick he was killed, St Patrick's successor and the clerics of Ireland having been outraged by him concerning Ó hEochadha—i.e. Eochaidh son of Donnsléibhe, king of Ulster—who was blinded by Muircheartach son of Mac Lochlainn, in despite of those clerics, and while he was under the safeguard of Ó Cearbhaill, king of Oriel. And for that reason the men of Ulster and Oriel revolted against Muircheartach.

     p.269
     T1166.4

    Giolla meic Aibhlen, successor of Brendan of Clonfert, rested.

     p.270
     T1166.5

    Giolla na Tríonóide Ó Dálaigh, chief poet of Desmond, was killed by the son of Cormac Mac Carthaigh.

     T1166.6

    Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain again took the kingship of Munster.

     T1166.7

    Mac Giolla mac Colmóig, king of the Uí Dunchada, was treacherously killed by the sons of Mac Braenáin, at the instigation of Mac Murchadha.

     T1166.8

    Leinstermen and Foreigners revolted against Mac Murchadha for his own crimes.

     T1166.9

    Hostages of the Uí Faeláin and Uí Failghe were taken by Diarmaid Ó Maelseachlainn.

     T1166.10

    Armagh was burned both houses and churches.

     T1166.11

    The hostages of Ossory and Uí Faeláin, including the son of Mac Faeláin, were killed by Mac Murchadha.

     T1166.12

    Columkill's Derry, including the Black Abbey church, was burned.

     T1166.13

    A hosting by Tighearnán Ó Ruairc and by Diarmaid Ó Maelseachlainn and the Foreigners of Dublin with them, against Mac Murchadha to take revenge for Ó Ruairc's wife. And they demolished the stone-house which Mac Murchadha had at Ferns, and they burned the camp and banished him overseas to England; and divided Uí Cennselaigh in two, between Ó Giolla Pádraig and Murchadh Mac Murchadha, and they carried off their hostages, and then gave them to Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair.

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     T1166.14

    Éanna Mac Murchadha was captured by Ossory.

     T1166.15

    The hostages of Desmons were sent as far as the house of Ó Conchobhair.

     T1166.16

    Conchobhar Ó Fógartaigh was killed by Dubhshúileach Ó Fócarta.

     T1166.17

    Céileachair Ó Conghaile, prior of the Uí Néill, died.

     T1166.18

    The Blind one grandson of Cú Allaid rested.

     T1166.19

    A great army circuit by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair and he brought with him the hostages of Ulster and Oriel and the Foreigners and the Leinstermen and the men of Munster, and he divided Munster in two between the Clann Charthaigh and the Síol Bhriain.

     T1166.20

    A convention at Athlone by Ruaidhrí Conchobhair, king of Ireland, and by Diarmaid Ó Maelseachlainn, king of Meath, and Tighearnán Ó Ruairc, king of Breifne, and the Foreigners of Dublin, on account of stipend. Two hundred score kine were for the Foreigners of Dublin were imposed as a tax on the men of Ireland, and the king gave to the kindred of Conall twelve score kine and ten score coloured garments, and to the men of Munster forty coloured garments. To Ó Cearbhall, king of Ossory he gave three hundred cows. To Mac Faeláin, he gave twelve score cows. Five and twenty horses he gave to Mac Giolla  p.272 Pádraig, king of Ossory; three score and ten horses he gave to Mac Carthaig.

T1167
     T1167.0

    Kalends of January on Sunday and 7 days of the moon thereon.

     T1167.1

    Dearbháil daughter of Domhnall Ó Maelseachlainn died on pilgrimage in Clonmacnois.

     T1167.2

    Uada Ó Concheanainn, king of Uí Diarmada, rested as a cleric.

     T1167.3

    Mór daughter of Domhnall Ó Conchobhair Failghe, abbess of Kildare, rested.

     T1167.4

    A hosting by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, overking of Ireland, and by Ireland's kingfolk, that is, Diarmaid Mac Carrthaigh, king of Desmond, and Muircheartach Ó Briain, king of Dál Cais, and the kingfolk of Leinster and Ossory with their great muster, and Diarmaid Ó Maelseachlainn, king of Meath and Tighearnán Ó Ruairc, king of the Uí Briúin and Conmaicne, and Ó Cearbhaill, king of Oriel, and Ó hEochadha, king of Ulster, with his large gathering, and all those kings on one road. Thirteen battalions they were, of footsoldiers and seven of cavalry, and they reached Armagh, and three nights they spent there waiting for Cenél Conaill and the great fleet  p.273 that came round Ireland until they reached the harbour of Derry, and they went by sea and by land throughout the Kindred of Eoghan, under cliffs and woods. And the Kindred of Eoghan assemple to deliver a camp attack on the men of Ireland, but hence, having divided it, it resulted that each division killed the other at night in error. However, on the morrow they gave eight hostages to the king of Ireland, Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, and he left four of these hostages in the custody of Ó Cearbhaill, king of Oriel, protecting them, and Ruaidhrí himself came into Connacht, bringing the four other hostages. And each of the provincial kings returned to his own country. And the king of Ireland came along Tyrconnell and over Assaroe into Connacht, and he brought Ó Briain and Mac Carthaigh to his house, and gave Cormac's sword to Mac Carthaigh, and gave the drinking-horn of Toirrdhealbhach Ó Briain to Ó Briain's son.

     p.274
     T1167.5

    Diarmaid Mac Murchadha came into Ireland, and an army of Foreigners and Saxons and knights with him, and he took back the kingdom of the Uí Ceinnselaigh. A week the king of Ireland was in his house when he heard that Mac Murchadha had found great strength and got power over Leinster. The king of Ireland and Ó Ruairc and Ó Maelseachlainn, and Foreigners with them, marched to Fid Dorcha and they were a week there awaiting peace, but a party of the nobles of the camp stole out to seek a combat, and six of them were killed, whereupon the great army issued forth, and Mac Murchadha was put to flight with his Saxons, and ten score heads of Leinstermen and two knights came into one place. Thereupon Mac Murchadha submitted to the king of Ireland, and gave him his own award of hostaged for Uí Ceinnsealaigh, and Mac Murchadha paid Ó Ruairc five score ounces of gold for peace The death of and in compensation for his wife.

     T1167.6

    Bishop Ó Flannacán, i.e. the bishop of Cloyne, rested in Christ.

     p.275
     T1167.7

    The Fair of Teltown was held by Ruaidhrí, king of Ireland.

     T1167.8

    Tairdhealbhach Ó Briain, king of Munster and Leith Mogha in his time in tribulation ended a good life happily.

     T1167.9

    Conn Ó Maelmiadhaigh, chief of Muintir Eolais, died.

T1168
     T1168.0

    Kalends of January on Monday and 18 days of moon thereon, and a bisextile year.

     T1168.1

    Murchadh Ó Fionnallán, king of Delbna Mór, was killed by Muircheartach son of Donnchadh Ó Maelseachlainn while under the protection of the kings of Ireland and Connacht and Oriel, and the men of Meath gave the men of Connacht and Oriel seven hundred cows as his honour-price.

     T1168.2

    Éanna Mac Murchadha, crownprince of Leinster, was blinded by Donnchadh Mac Giolla Pádraig, king of Ossory.

     T1168.3

    The Fair of Teltown was held this year by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland.

     T1168.4

    Muircheartach son of Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain was made king after his father, and the grandson of Conchobhar Ó Briain killed him treacherously, and Conchobhar's son immediately fell for this by Maelseachlainn Ó Faeláin and Diarmaid the Fair Ó Briain, in revenge for Muircheartach.

     p.276
     T1168.5

    The kingship of Thomond was taken by Domhnall Ó Briain and the kingship of Ormond by Brian.

     T1168.6

    Brian son of Toirdhealbhach was taken prisoner by Domhnall son of Toirdhealbhach and the kingship of Dál Cais was seized by him.

     T1168.7

    Flannacán Ó Dubhthaigh, bishop and sage in reading rested.

     T1168.8

    MacRaith O Móráin, bishop of Conmaicne, rested.

     T1168.9

    Donnchadh Ó Cearbhaill, king of Oriel, died after being mangled by the axe of a man of his own household.

     T1168.10

    A great nut-crop this year, and wealth and abundance on every good thing bestowed by God on the kingship of Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair.

     T1168.11

    The Giolla Leithdearg Ó Conchobhair Corcomruadh was treacherously killed by his own brothers.

T1169
     T1169.0

    Kalends of January on Wednesday and 29 days of the moon thereon.

     T1169.1

    Fearchar Ó Fallomhain, chief of Clann Uatach, died.

     p.277
     T1169.2

    A hosting by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, king of Ireland, into Uí Cennselaigh, and he brought away Mac Murchadha's son as a hostage.

     T1169.3

    A large body of knights came oversea to Mac Murchadha.

     T1169.4

    The kingship of Cenél Eogain was taken by Conchobhar son of Niall Mac Lochlainn.

     T1169.5

    Diarmaid Ó Maelseachnaill, king of Meath and most of Leinster, and the makings of a king of Ireland, was killed by Domhnall of Brega, grandson of Maelseachlainn, tria fingail.

     T1169.6

    Ossory was ravaged, both church and district, by Mac Murchadha with Foreigners.

T1170
     T1170.0

    Kalends of January on Thursday and 10 The death of days of the moon thereon, and the second year after bisextile.

     T1170.1

    St Coman's relics were raised in his shrine until transference.

     T1170.2

    Diarmaid Ó Briain, high successor of St Commán, died in Inis Clothrann.

     T1170.3

    The bishop Ó Ruadháin, venerable elder of the province, died.

     p.278
     T1170.4

    Maelmórdha son of Uairéirghe, head of the Culdees of Clonmacnois, died.

     T1170.5

    Conchobhar son of Mac Lochlainn, king of Cenél Eoghain, was killed by the sons of Cano in Armagh.

     T1170.6

    MacMurchadha received the kingship of the Foreigners of Leinster.

     T1170.7

    St Columcille's Durrow was burned with its churches, and the castle of Galway, and Ardrathan.

     T1170.8

    The beginning of Erin's evil i.e. Robert Fitz Stephen came into Ireland with sixty mailcoats, and there was Earl Richard son of Gilbert, and they had two battalions, both knights and archers, come to help Mac Murchadha. And they entered Waterford by force and left some of their people there, and they invaded Wexford by force, and captured Mac Giolla Muire, the officer of the fort, and Ó Faeláin, king of the Déise, and his son, and slaughtered the garrison of the fort, so that seven hundred of them fell.

     T1170.9

    Three defeats inflicted by MacCarthaigh on the English.

     T1170.10

    MacMurchadha musters with the Foreigners thereafter to overcome Dublin. Then the king of Ireland, Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair, gather his troops  p.279 to the Green of Dublin, and remained there, awaiting battle, for three days and three nights, until lightning struck Dublin and demolished it. Thereafter the Foreigners assented to the burning of the town, since they perceived that  25b1 to be with Mac Murchadha was to revolt against the king of Ireland. Then the king of Ireland returned, with his army unhurt, after Mac Murchadha and the Foreigners had refused to give him battle. Then MacMurchadha goes with the Foreigners and overcomes Dublin by force, and makes captives of all that were therein.

     T1170.11

    A raid by MacMurchadha on the Uí Faeláin, and he destroyed the country and banished its king, Faelán, and also banished Domhnall Mac Giolla Pádraig, king of Ossory, into Connacht.

     T1170.12

    A hosting led by MacMurchadha into Meath, and he plundered Clonard. Thence he went to Kells, and plundered and burned Kells and Dulane and Slane and many other churches, and thence he went to Slieve Gory, made plunderings on the Uí Briúin, and returned home.

     T1170.13

    Domhnall Bregach Ó Maelseachlainn went to the house of MacMurchadha in submission.

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     T1170.14

    At the instigation of Tighearnán Ó Ruairc, the hostages of Leinster and of MacMurchadha were killed by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair in consequence of those wrongs. For Ó Ruairc had pledged his conscience that Ruaidhrí would not be king of Ireland unless they were put to death. So then the son of Domhnall Caomhánach MacMurchadha and the son of Murchadh Ó Caellaighe were killed by the king of Ireland.

     T1170.15

    The kingship of the Kindred of Eoghan was taken by Niall MacLochlainn. The kingship of the West of Meath was taken by Art Ó Maelseachlainn.

     T1170.16

    Conchobhar son of Diarmaid MacMurchadha died.

     T1170.17

    Domhnall Ó Briain and Dál Cais turned against the king of Ireland, so that a great war grew up between them.

     T1170.18

    A huge fleet was led by Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair on Shannon to ravage Munster therefrom.

     T1170.19

    The ravaging of Ormond by the Connachtmen and the plankbridge of Killaloe was burned.

     T1170.20

    The hostages of Oriel were taken by MacMurchadha.

T1171
     T1171.0

    Kalends of January on Friday, and 22 days of the moon thereon, and the third year after bisextile.

     p.281
     T1171.1

    Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair brought his fleet on Lough Derg and on the Shannon, and destroyed the bridge of Killaloe, and made exceeding great raids, and killed Diarmaid Ó Cuinn and Ó Ligda and a multitude besides, and the greater part of the province was devastated by the same fleet.

     T1171.2

    Raids on the Saithne and raids on the south of Bregia by Tighearnán Ó Ruairc with the men of Breifne, and they brought away countless cattle and killed Mac Giolla Seachlainn, king of the south of Bregia and Giolla Éanáin, son of Lughaidh, chief of the Coircne.

     T1171.3

    The