CELT document T100016

Chronicon Scotorum

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INCIPIT CRONICUM SCOTORUM, i.e. THE CHRONICLE OF THE SCOTI IS BEGUN HERE.

Understand, Reader, that for a certain reason, and plainly to avoid tediousness, what we desire is to make a short Abstract and Compendium of the History of the Scoti only in this copy, leaving out the lengthened details of the Books of History; wherefore it is that we entreat of you not to reproach us therefor, as we know that it is an exceedingly great deficiency.

The First Age of the world contains 1656 years according to the Hebrews, but 2242 according to the Seventy Interpreters; all which perished in the Deluge, in the same manner that oblivion is wont to swallow up infancy. Ten generations. Thus do the Gaedhel express the number of this age:—

  1. Six years, fifty, and six hundred,
    as I reckon,
    A great thousand I count
    from Adam to the Flood.

Kal. v. f. l. 10. Anno Mundi 1599. A.M. 1599 In this year the daughter of one of the Greeks came to Hibernia, whose name was hEriu, or Berba, or Cesar, and fifty maidens, and three men, with her. Ladhra was their conductor, who was the first that was buried in Hibernia. This the antiquaries of the Scoti do not relate.

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The Second Age of the world begins, which contains 292 years, that is according to the Hebrews, as the poet says:—

  1. From the Flood to Abraham,
    who was happily born,
    Two full, prosperous years,
    ninety and two hundred;
but according to the lxx. Interpreters, 940 years.

Kal. Anno Mundi 1859. A.M.1859 Ten years after that to the demolition of the Tower. Nine years after that to Fenius. In this year Fenius composed the language of the Gaeidhel from seventy-two languages, and subsequently committed it to Gaeidhel, son of Agnoman, viz., in the tenth year after the destruction of Nimrod's Tower.

The Third Age commences, which contains 942 years, and it begins with the birth of Abraham, as the poet said:—

  1. From that birth,without peril,
    to David, the faithful prince,
    Forty-two years
    and nine hundred, certainly.

In the sixtieth year of the age of Abraham, Parrthalon arrived in Hibernia. This Parrthalon was the first who occupied Erinn after the Flood. On a Tuesday, the 14th of May, he arrived, his companions being eight in numher, viz.:—four men and four women. They multiplied afterwards until they were in number 4,050 men and 1,000 women.

There were four plains cleared in Erinn by Parrthalon, viz.:—Magh Tuiredh, or nEdara, in Connacht; and Magh Sere in Connacht; and Magh Ita in Laighen; and Magh Latrainn Dál Araidhe; and Lecmagh in Ui Mac Uais, between Bir and Camus.

Seven years after the occupation of Erinn by Parrthalon, p.7 the first man of his people died, viz.:—Fea was his name. In Magh Fea he was buried; from him, therefore, it has been named.

There were seven lake eruptions through the land in the reign of Parrthalon, viz.:—Loch Mesca, and Loch Decet, Loch Laighline, Loch Rudhraidhe, Loch Echtra, and the sea inundation of Brena, and Loch Con.

Three years afterwards occurred the first battle which Parrthalon gained, in the Slemains of Magh Itha, over the Fomorians, viz.:—they were Demons, truly, in the guise of men, i.e. men with one hand and one leg each.

In the succeeding year died Slangia, the fourth chieftain of Erinn, who was interred by Parrthalon in Sliahh Slanga; hence from him the mountain has been named.

The year after Slanga's death occurred the eruption of Loch Laighline, and his death; unde prius nominatur; (he was the fourth chieftain of Erinn; in digging his grave the lake burst forth); and the eruption of Loch Echtra, between Sliabh Modharn and Sliabh Fuaid. Twenty years afterwards occurred the eruption of Loch Rudraidhe, in Uladh.

In the same year the sea inundation of Brena broke over the land, so that it is the seventh lake; for Parrthalon found in Erinn before him but three lakes and ten rivers, viz.:—Loch Luimnigh, Loch Fordremuin at Sliabh Mis, in Mumhan, and Finn Loch of Irrus Ui Fiachrach. The ten rivers, moreover, were, the Buas, between Dál Araidhe and Dál Riada, and the Ruirtech or River Liffe; and the Berbha of Laighen; and the Laoi in Mumhan; and the Samaoir, between Ui Fiachrach and p.9 Cinel Conaill; the Modharn, between Cinel Conaill and Cinel Eoghain; and the Finn and Banna in Uladh; the Muaidh and Sligech in Connacht.

Four years after the eruption of Brena, the death of Parrthalon took place. In Sen Magh Ealta he was buried. The reason, moreover, why that is called Sen Magh is because no tree ever grew there. Five hundred and two, or 402 years, as Eochaidh sang, Parrthalon's people were in Erinn. The first plague that happened in Erinn after the Flood was the pestilence of Parrthalon's people. It commenced on Monday, the 1st of May, and prevailed until the succeeding Sunday. From that plague of Parrthalon's people the Tamhleachda of the men of Erinn are called.

Erinn was waste for thirty years after the death of Parrthalon, until Nimhedh, son of Adhnoman .uu.1 came to Inbher Sgene. He occupied Erinn afterwards, as it is related in the Invasions of Erinn.

Kal. Anno Mundi 2355. A.M.2355 At this time the Fir Bolg occupied Erinn. But this has not been proved.

Kal. Anno Mundi 2390. A.M.2390 In this time the Tuatha De Danann, viz., Dealbaeth, and Bress, the Daghda, Nuadha, and Ogmha, and the rest, overcame the Fir Bolg.

Kal. Anno Mundi 2544. A.M.2544 Nel, son of Fenius, learned in many languages, went to Egypt.

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Kal. Milidh, son of Bile, proceeded then from Spain to Scythia, and from Scythia to Egypt, after the slaying of Reflor, son of Neman (as it is found in the Invasions of Erinn); and understand not that it was soon after the death of Nel in Egypt, but many years, indeed, after it, that Milidh departed from Scythia, after the slaying of Reflor, contending for the sovereignty of Scythia. His great fleet consisted of 100 ships, as the vellum relates from which this copy has been drawn; fifteen families in each ship, and soldiers without wives in it besides. They remained three months in the island of Taprobane. Three months more, also, they were on the Red Sea, until they came to Pharaoh, the king of Egypt. They learned the arts of that country. They remained eight years with Pharaoh in Egypt, where they propagated their various arts and their various actions. Scota, Pharaoh's daughter, married Milidh, son of Bile. After that, Milidh went with his host on the great sea, (and Scota, Pharaoh's daughter, along with him), past the island of Taprobane, in which they stayed a month. They rowed afterwards round Scythia to the "Inbher" of the Caspian Sea. They remained three nomada motionless on the Caspian Sea, through the chaunting of mermaids, until Caicher, the druid, rescued them. They voyaged afterwards past the point of Sliabh Rife until they landed in Dacia. They stayed a month there. p.13 Caicher, the druid, said to them, “we shall not stay until we reach Erinn.”

They subsequently passed by Gothia, by Germany, to Bregann, until they occupied Spain. It was uninhabited on their arrival. They remained there thirty years, and fought fifty-four battles against Frisians, and Longobards, and Bachru; and they were all gained by Milidh, son of Bile. For the right of Spain these battles were fought; and hence he was called "Milidh of Spain". And it was in it Milidh's two sons, Eremon and hErennan, were born. These were the two youngest. The two oldest were Donn and Ebhir; for in the east, in Scythia, Donn was born, and Ebhir in Egypt.

Twelve families died of a plague in one day in Spain, together with their three kings, viz.:—Milidh, son of Bile, Uige, and Oige. Forty-seven families and four soldiers went with the sons of Milidh, and with Scota, Pharaoh's daughter, on the sea to Erinn. They subsequently proceeded to land in Erinn at Inbher Slaini. They sailed round Erinn thrice, until finally they came to Inbher Sgene. Erenan, the youngest of Milidh's sons, went up into the mast to see how far they were from the land. He was drowned there, so that his limbs were severed by rocks, and, in dying, his head was placed on his mothers breast and gave forth a sigh. “No wonder”, said his mother, “Erenan's going between two Inbhers, but he reached not the Inbher to which he came; he separated from the Inbher from which he came”. In that day there came a terrible storm, and the ship in which was Donn, son of Milidh, with fifty men, twelve women, and four soldiers, was cast away, so that they were drowned at the Dumacha in the western sea, called Tech nDuinn.

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On Thursday, the Kalends of May, on the l7th of the Moon, the fleet of the sons of Milidh occupied Erinn at Inbher Sgene, and the wife of Aimergin Gluingil, i.e. Sgene Davilsir, died there, and her grave was made there; hence it was called Inbher Sgene. Erennan's grave was placed on the other side.

The third day after the occupation of Erinn by the sons of Miledh, they fought the battle of Sliabh Mis against demons and Fomorians, and the sons of Milidh gained it, and they assumed the sovereignty of Erinn very soon afterwards; and so forth.

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Chronicon Scotorum

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Kal. January vi. A.D.353

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In this year Patrick was born.

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Muiredhach Tirech slain by Caelbadh, son of Crund, King of Uladh, at Port Riogh, over the Dabhall.

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Kal. v. A.D.364 Eochaidh Muighmedhoin, son of Muiredhach Tirech, reigned eight years.

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Patrick is carried a captive into Hibernia.

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Patrick was released from captivity by an angel.

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Kal. A.D.371

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Eochaidh Muighmedhoin died.

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Criomthand, son of Fiodhach, reigned five years in Hibernia.

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Kal. vi. A.D.376

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Criomthand, son of Fiodhach, died.

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Patrick went to Germanus.

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Niall of the Nine Hostages reigned twenty-seven years.

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Kal. vii.

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Kal. iv. A.D.411

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Niall of the Nine Hostages died, after being wounded by Eochaidh, son of Enna Cennsealach, at the Ictian Sea.

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Kal. i. A.D.412

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Nathi, son of Fiachra, reigned twenty-three years.

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Kal. iii.

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Kal. iv. A.D.414

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Kal. ii.

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Kal. vii.

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Kal. i. A.D.428

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Nathí, son of Fiachra, perished by lightning at Sliabh Ealpa, after possessing the sovereignty of Erinn, and of the world, so far.

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Kal. ii. A.D.429

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From the beginning of the world, according to the Hebrews, 4481 years.

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Laeghaire, son of Niall, held the kingdom of Hibernia thirty years.

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Kal iii. A.D.431

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From the Incarnation of the Lord, 432 years.

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Kal. vi. A.D.432

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From the death of the hero, Cucullainn, to this year, there are 431 years; from the death of Conchobhar Mac Nessa, 412 years.

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Patrick, i.e. the Archbishop, comes to Hibernia, and begins to baptize the Scoti, in the ninth year of Theodosius p.23 the younger, the first year of the episcopate of Sixtus, 45th Bishop of the Roman Church, and the fourth year of the reign of Laeghaire, son of Niall.

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Kal. vii. A.D.433

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First Indiction.

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Kal. i. A.D.434

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First Saxon depredation in Erinn.

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Kal.

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Kal. iii. A.D.436

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Bresal, King of Laighen, died.

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Kal. v.

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Kal. vi. A.D.438

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Secundinus, and Auxilius, and Esserninus are sent to the Irish; but they obtained not pre-eminence or authority in the time of Patrick alone.

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The Senchus Mór was written in this year.

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Kal. i. A.D.439

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Birth of St. Brigid, on a Wednesday, the 8th of the February moon; on a Wednesday, the 18th, she received the veil, with eight virgins; on a Wednesday, the 28th, she rested.

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Kal. ii. A.D.440

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Maine, son of Niall, died.

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Sixtus, Bishop of Rome, quievit.

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Amhalgadh, son of Fiachra, King of Connacht, died, i.e. the first King of Connacht after the faith.

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Kal. iii.

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Kal. vi.

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Kal. vii.

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Kal. i.

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Kal. iii. A.D.445

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Battle of Feimin, in which fell the son of Cairthind, son of Colboth, son of Niall. Some say that he was of the Picts.

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Kal. iv. A.D.446

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Death of Secundinus, son of Restitutus, in the seventy-fifth year of his age, whose mother, Culmana, was Patrick's sister.

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<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS447">
 CS447.0

Kal. v.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS448">
 CS448.0

Kal. vi.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS449">
 CS449.0

Kal. i.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS450">
 CS450.0

Kal. ii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS451">
 CS451.0

Kal. iii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS452">
 CS452.0

Kal. iv. A.D.452

 CS452.1

A great battle-breach by Laeghaire, son of Niall, over the Lagenians.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS453">
 CS453.0

Kal vi. A.D.453

 CS453.1

The Feast of Temhair celebrated by Laeghaire, son of Niall.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS454">
 CS454.0

Kal. vii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS455">
 CS455.0

Kal. i. A.D.455

 CS455.1

Death of Enna, son of Cathbadh.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS456">
 CS456.0

Kal. ii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS457">
 CS457.0

Kal. iv. A.D.457

 CS457.1

Repose of Old Saint Patrick, Bishop, i.e. of the church of Glastonbury.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS458">
 CS458.0

Kal. v. A.D.458

 CS458.1

The battle of Ath Dara gained by the Lagenians over Laeghaire, in which he was taken prisoner; but he was straightway set at liberty, upon swearing by the sun and wind that he would forgive them the Borumha.

</div2>
 p.27<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS459">
 CS459.0

Kal. vi. A.D.459

 CS459.1

The battle of Ath Dara gained against Laeghaire by the Lagenians, over whom Crimthand was then commander.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS460">
 CS460.0

K. A.D.460

 CS460.1

Death of Laeghaire, son of Niall, at Greallach Daiphil, on the side of Cais in Magh Lífé, between the two hills, viz., Erinn and Alba are their names. His guarantees to the Lagenians, i.e. the sun and wind, that killed him there, as the Poet said:—

  1. Laeghaire, son of Niall, died
    On the side of Cais, green its land;
    The elements of God, which he had pledged as guarantee,
    Inflicted the doom of death on the King.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS461">
 CS461.0

Kal. v. A.D.461

 CS461.1

Commencement of the reign of Oilill Molt, son of Nathi.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS462">
 CS462.0

Kal. vii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS463">
 CS463.0

Kal. i.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS464">
 CS464.0

Kal. ii. A.D.464

 CS464.1

Domangart Mac Nisi quievit.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS465">
 CS465.0

Kal. iii. A.D.465

 CS465.1

Quies of Benignus, successor of Patrick.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS466">
 CS466.0

Kal. v.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS467">
 CS467.0

Kal. vi. A.D.467

 CS467.1

The Feast of Temhair celebrated by Oilill Molt.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS468">
 CS468.0

Kal. vii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS469">
 CS469.0

Kal. i.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS470">
 CS470.0

Kal. iii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS471">
 CS471.0

Kal. iv. A.D.471

 CS471.1

The conflict of Brí Ele gained over the Lagenians by Oilill Molt.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS472">
 CS472.0

Kal. A.D.472

 CS472.1

Battle of Dumagh Aicher gained by the Lagenians over Oilill Molt.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS473">
 CS473.0

Kal. vi.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS474">
 CS474.0

Kal. i.

</div2>
 p.29<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS475">
 CS475.0

Kal. ii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS476">
 CS476.0

Kal. iii. A.D.476

 CS476.1

Death of Conall Crimhthann, son of Niall.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS477">
 CS477.0

Kal. vi.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS478">
 CS478.0

Kal. vii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS479">
 CS479.0

K.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS480">
 CS480.0

K.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS481">
 CS481.0

Kal.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS482">
 CS482.0

Kal. i. A.D.482

 CS482.1

Oilill Molt fell in the battle of Ocha by Muircertach Mac Erca (i.e. King of Erinn); and by Lughaidh, son of Laeghaire; and by Fergus Cirrbel, son of Conall Crimthainn; and by Fiachra Lonn, son of Caelboth, King of Dál Aráidhe, of which Bec Mac De said:—

  1. The great battle of Ocha was fought,
    Through which many fights were contested;
    Over Oilill Molt, son of Dathi,
    It was gained by the Dál Aráidhe,
    By Lughaidh, by Fiachra Lonn,
    And by the great, puissant Muircertach,
    By Fergus, son of mild Conall—
    By them fell the noble King Ailill;
    And by Fergus of the blemish—
    By them fell the noble Ailill Molt.
From the time of Conchobhar Mac Nessa to Cormac Mac Art there are 307 years; from Cormac to this battle, 207.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS483">
 CS483.0

Kal. ii. A.D.483

 CS483.1

Commencement of the reign of Lughaidh, son of Laeghaire.

</div2>
 p.31<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS484">
 CS484.0

Kal. iii. A.D.484

 CS484.1

Criomthann, son of Enna Cennsealach, King of Laighen, mortally wounded by Eochaidh Guinech of the Ibh Bairrche, and by the men of Aradh Cliach.

 CS484.2

First battle of Graine, in which Muircertach Mac Erca was the victor.

 CS484.3

Another battle was fought, at Graine, in the land of Laighen, between the Lagenians themselves, in which Finnchadh, King of Ui Cennsealaigh, fell, and Eochaidh Mac Coirpre was the victor.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS485">
 CS485.0

Kal. v. A.D.485

 CS485.1

Quies of Bishop Mael at Ard Curadh.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS486">
 CS486.0

Kal. v. A.D.486

 CS486.1

Quies of Saint Cianan of Damhliag, on whom Patrick bestowed his Gospel.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS487">
 CS487.0

Kal. vii. A.D.487

 CS487.1

Quies of Bishop Mac Caille.

 CS487.2

The battle of Cill Osnaigh in Magh Fea, in which fell Aengus Mac Nathfraeich, King of Mumhan, and his wife, i.e. Eithne the hateful, daughter of Criomthann, son of Enna Cennsealach. Iollann, son of Dunlaing, and Oilill, his brother, and Eochaidh Guinech, and Muircertach Mac Erca, King of Ailech, were victors, as was said:—

  1. A branch of the great spreading tree died—
    Aengus the praiseworthy, son of Nathfraeich;
    His head was left with Iollann,
    In the battle of foul Cill-Osnaigh.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS488">
 CS488.0

Kal.ii.

</div2>
 p.33<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS489">
 CS489.0

Kal. iii. A.D.489

 CS489.1

Patrick, Archbishop and Apostle of the Irish, in the 122nd year of his age, on the l6th of the Kalends of April, quievit, ut dicitur:—

  1. Since Christ was born, a joyful reckoning,
    Four hundred and fair ninety;
    Three exact years after that
    To the death of Patrick, Chief Apostle.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS490">
 CS490.0

Kal.iv.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS491">
 CS491.0

Kal. v. A.D.491

 CS491.1

The battle of Taillten was gained over the Lagenians by Coirpre, son of Niall.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS492">
 CS492.0

Kal. i. A.D.492

 CS492.1

The second battle of Graine, in which fell Fraech, son of Finnchadh, King of Southern Leinster. Eochaidh, son of Coirpre, was the victor.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS493">
 CS493.0

Kal. ii. A.D.493

 CS493.1

Rest of Cuindidh, son of Cathmogha, i.e. Mac Cuilind, Bishop of Lusca.

 CS493.2

An eclipse of the sun appeared.

 CS493.3

Battle of Dunlethglaise.

 CS493.4

Gelasius quievit.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS494">
 CS494.0

Kal. A.D.494

 CS494.1

Anastasius was ordained Pope, and lived afterwards two years.

 CS494.2

The battle of Slemhain of Meath gained over the Lagenians by Coirpre, son of Niall.

 CS494.3

Mochaoe of Naendruim quievit.

 CS494.4

Bishop Cormac indernidhe, comharb of Patrick, pausavit.

</div2>
 p.35<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS495">
 CS495.0

Kal. v. A.D.495

 CS495.1

A great earthquake shook the Pontic Province.

 CS495.2

Anastasius pausavit.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS496">
 CS496.0

Kal. vi. A.D.496

 CS496.1

Symmachus, 49th Pope of the Roman Church lived fifteen years.

 CS496.2

The battle of Cenn Ailbhe gained over the Lagenians by Coirpre, son of Niall

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS497">
 CS497.0

Kal. vii. A.D.497

 CS497.1

The battle of Seghais gained by Muircertach Mac Earca over Duach Tengumha, King of Connacht, in which Duach was slain; of which Cennfaeladh said:—

  1. The battle of Seghais—
    A certain woman caused it;
    Red blood was brought over lances
    By Duisech, daughter of Duach.
  2. The battle of Delg, and battle of Mucremhe,
    And the battle of Tuaim Drubha,
    With the battle of Seghais, wherein fell
    Duach Tengumha.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS498">
 CS498.0

Kal. i.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS499">
 CS499.0

Kal. iii. A.D.499

 CS499.1

Battle of Druim Lochmaighe gained by the Lagenians over the Ui Neill.

 CS499.2

Fergus Mor Mac Erca, with the tribe of Dál Riada, held a part of Britain and died there.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS500">
 CS500.0

Kal. v. A.D.500

 CS500.1

The battle of Inde Mór, in Crich Ui Gabhla, gained over the Lagenians, and over Illann, son of Dunlaing, in which Muircertach Mac Erca was victorious.

 CS500.2

Death of Bishop Ibar on the 9th of the Kalends of May, whose age was 303 years.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS501">
 CS501.0

Kal.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS502">
 CS502.0

Kal.

</div2>
 p.37<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS503">
 CS503.0

K.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS504">
 CS504.0

K.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS505">
 CS505.0

K. A.D.505

 CS505.1

The battle of Fremhain, in Midhe, gained over Fiachaidh, son of Niall, by Foilge Berraidhe; of which was said:—

  1. The other king they mention,
    Fiachaidh, son of Niall, they deny not;
    Over him, against a false prophecy,
    The battle of Slemhain of Midhe, was won.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS506">
 CS506.0

Kal. iii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS507">
 CS507.0

Kal. iv. A.D.507

 CS507.1

Death of Lughaidh, son of Laeghaire, King of Temhair, in Achadh Farcha. He was struck on the head with lightning from heaven, for denying Patrick.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS508">
 CS508.0

Kal. iii. A.D.508

 CS508.1

Muircertach Mac Earca begins to reign.

 CS508.2

Mac Cnissi, i.e. Aengus, Bishop of Condere, quievit; whose father was called Fobraech; and whose mother was Cnes, daughter of Comaide, of the Dál Ceithire, from whom he was named Mac Cnisi.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS509">
 CS509.0

Kal.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS510">
 CS510.0

Kal. i. A.D.510

 CS510.1

Quies of Bron, Bishop of Caisel Irre.

 CS510.2

An eclipse of the sun occurred.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS511">
 CS511.0

Kal. ii. A.D.511

 CS511.1

Quies of Erc, Bishop of Slane, in the 90th year of his age, of whom Patrick said:—

  1. Bishop Erc—
    Everything which he adjudged was right;
    Everyone that passes a just judgment
    Shall receive the blessing of Bishop Erc.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS512">
 CS512.0

Kal. A.D.512

 CS512.1

Birth of Saint Ciaran, son of the artificer.

 p.39
 CS512.2

Battle of Druim Dergaighe gained over Foilge Berraidhe by Fiachaidh, son of Niall, on account of which the plain of Midhe was taken from the Lagenians, as Cendfaeladh sang:—

  1. The seven years' vengeance of God
    It was that tamed his heart;
    The battle in the Droma Dergaighe—
    By it the plain of Midhe was lost.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS513">
 CS513.0

Kal. v. A.D.513

 CS513.1

Dubtach, Abbot of Ardmacha, quievit.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS514">
 CS514.0

Kal. vi. A.D.514

 CS514.1

Quies of Darerca, of Cill-Slebhe-Cuilinn, who was afterwards called Moninne, Aninne sanatho.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS515">
 CS515.0

Kal. vii. A.D.515

 CS515.1

Comgall, of Bennchair, born.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS516">
 CS516.0

Kal. ii. A.D.516

 CS516.1

Cainnech, of Achadh Bó, born.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS517">
 CS517.0

Kal. iii. A.D.517

 CS517.1

Conlaedh, Bishop of Cill Dara, quievit.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS518">
 CS518.0

Kal. iv. A.D.518

 CS518.1

Battle of Detna, in Droma-Bregh, in which fell Ardgal, son of Conall Crimhthann, son of Niall. Muircertach Mac Earca, and Colga, son of Cloith, son of Crunn, son of Fedhlimidh, King of Airghiall, were the victors.

 CS518.2

Buti, son of Bronach, died, and Colum Cille was born, of whom was said:—

  1. The gentle birth of Colum, our cleric,
    To-day over noble Erinn;
    On the same day occurred — no arrogant saying—
    The bright, victorious death of the son of Bronach.

 p.41
 CS518.3

Ailill, Abbot of Ardmacha, slept.

 CS518.4

Beoid, Bishop of Ardcarna, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS519">
 CS519.0

Kal. v.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS520">
 CS520.0

Kal. A.D.520

 CS520.1

Pope Hormisdas quievit, to whom succeeded Pope John, who ruled three years.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS521">
 CS521.0

Kal. ii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS522">
 CS522.0

Kal. iii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS523">
 CS523.0

Kal. A.D.523

 CS523.1

Dormitatio of Saint Brigid, in the 87th year of her age, or 77th, as some assert.

 CS523.2

Pope John quievit.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS524">
 CS524.0

Kal. iv. A.D.524

 CS524.1

Death of Illann, son of Dunlaing, King of Laighen.

 CS524.2

The battle of Luachair gained by Coirpre over the Uibh Neill, of which was said:—

  1. The fierce battle of Luachair, over head, downwards,
    Brigid saw; no fruitless miracle;
    The bloody battle of Finnabhair was noble,
    About the body of Illann after death.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS525">
 CS525.0

Kal. v.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS526">
 CS526.0

Kal. vi. A.D.526

 CS526.1

Birth of Caeman Brec.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS527">
 CS527.0

Kal. vii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS528">
 CS528.0

Kal. ii. A.D.528

 CS528.1

The battle of Cenn-eich and the battle of Ath-Sighe gained over the Lagenians. Muircertach Mac Earca was the victor.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS529">
 CS529.0

Kal. iii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS530">
 CS530.0

Kal. iv. A.D.530

 CS530.1

The battle of Ebhlinn gained by Muircertach Mac Earca, and the battle of Magh Ailbhe, over the Lagenians; and the battle of Aidhne over the men of p.43 Connacht; and the battle of Almhain and battle of Cenn-eich over the Lagenians; and the plunder of the Cliachs—all in one year, of which Cendfaeladh sang:—

  1. The battle of Cenn-eich; the battle of Almhain;—
    It was an illustrious, famous period;—
    The devastation of the Cliachs; the battle of Aidhne;
    And the battle of Magh Ailbhe.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS531">
 CS531.0

Kal. v. A.D.531

 CS531.1

Muircertach Mac Earca immersed in a vat of wine, and burnt and mortally wounded, on the night of Samhain, on the summit of Cleitech, over the Boyne, as was said by Saint Cairnech:—

  1. I am fearful of the woman
    Round whom many storms shall move;
    For the man who shall be burned
    On the side of Cleitech, wine shall drown.
  2. Sín is the woman that killed thee,
    O, Mac Earca, as I perceive;
    Numerous will her names be here—
    She will set one astray.
  3. Not beloved is the woman
    Whose name is Sín;
    As for the King, fire shall burn him,
    In the house of Cleitech wine shall drown him.
  4. The King, Mac Erca, returns
    To the side of the Ui Néill;
    Blood reaches girdles in the plain;
    Territories increase afar.
  5.  p.45
  6. Seven times he fights nine battles,
    And long shall it be remembered;
    He carried off the hostages of the Ui Neill,
    With the hostages of the plain of Mumhan.
Sín said, recounting her names:—
  1. Osnadh, Esnadh, Sín without blemish,
    Gaeth garbh, and Gemadhaigh,
    Ochsadh, Iachtadh—saying without falsehood—
    These are my names in every way.

 CS531.2

Ailbhe, of Imlech Ibhair, quievit.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS532">
 CS532.0

Kal. vii. A.D.532

 CS532.1

Tuathal Maelgarbh reigned eleven years.

 CS532.2

Dormitatio of Saint Mochta, disciple of Patrick, on the 16th of the Kalends of September, as he wrote in his epistle, Mochta, a sinner, Presbyter, disciple of Saint Patrick, sends greeting in the Lord.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS533">
 CS533.0

Kal. i. A.D.533

 CS533.1

The battle of Luachair-mór edir-da-Inbher gained by Tuathal Maelgarbh over the Ciannachta.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS534">
 CS534.0

Kal. ii. A.D.534

 CS534.1

Ailill, Abbot of Ardmacha, quievit.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS535">
 CS535.0

Kal. iii. A.D.535

 CS535.1

Birth of Baeithin, foster-son of Colum Cille.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS536">
 CS536.0

Kal.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS537">
 CS537.0

Kal.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS538">
 CS538.0

Kal. v. A.D.538

 CS538.1

The battle of Claenloch, in which Maine, son of Cerbhall, was slain, defending the hostages of the Ui p.47 Maine of Connacht. Goibhnenn son of Conall, King of Ui Fiacrach Aidhne, was the victor.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS539">
 CS539.0

Kal. vi.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS540">
 CS540.0

Kal. vii. A.D.540

 CS540.1

Birth of Pope Gregory.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS541">
 CS541.0

Kal. i. A.D.541

 CS541.1

A great mortality which is called Belefeth, in which Mobhi Clairinech, whose name is Bercan, 'prorectano poetae', perished.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS542">
 CS542.0

Kal. A.D.542

 CS542.1

Ailbhe, of Senchua Ua nAililla, quievit.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS543">
 CS543.0

Kal. A.D.543

 CS543.1

The battle of Tortan gained by the Lagenians, in which fell Mac Erca (from whom are the Fir Cera), son of Ailill Molt, son of Dathi.

 CS543.2

The battle of Sligech, in which Eoghan Bel, King of Connacht, was slain. Fergus and Domhnall, two sons of Mac Erca; and Ainmire, son of Senna; and Nindigh, son of Duach, were the victors:—

  1. The battle of Ui Fiachrach is fought,
    With the fury of edged weapons, against Bel;
    The enemy's kine roar at lances;
    The battle is spread out at Crinder.
  2. The Sligech bears to the great sea
    The blood of men, with their flesh;
    Trophies are carried across Ebha,
    With the head of Eoghan Bel.

 CS543.3

Lughaidh, Bishop of Condere, quievit.

</div2>
 p.49<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS544">
 CS544.0

Kal. v. A.D.544

 CS544.1

Tuathal Maelgarbh, son of Cormac Caech, son of Coirpre, son of Niall, King of Temhair, died from a wound inflicted by Maelmor Ua Machí, who also was forthwith slain himself. Hence is said "the feat of Maelmor".

 CS544.2

Quies of Mac Cuilind, and of Odhran from Letracha.

 CS544.3

The decapitation of Ambacuc at the Fair of Taillten, through the power of Saint Ciaran, viz.:— a false oath he swore by the Saint's hand, so that a gangrene settled on his neck. Seven years he remained alive with the Monks.

 CS544.4

Ciaran the Great, son of the Carpenter, quievit in the 33rd year of his age; in the seventh month, also, after he began to build Cluain-muc-Nois. Beoid was the name of Ciaran's father, and Darerca the name of his mother, as he himself said: —

  1. Darerca was my mother;
    She was not an evil woman;
    Beoid, the carpenter, was my father;
    He was of the Latharna Molt.

 CS544.5

Diarmaid Mac Cerbhaill begins to reign. Maelmor was a son of Diarmaid's mother.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS545">
 CS545.0

Kal. A.D.545

 CS545.1

Tigernach, Bishop of Cluain-eois, quievit.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS546">
 CS546.0

Kal. vii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS547">
 CS547.0

Kal. v.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS548">
 CS548.0

Kal. iii.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS549">
 CS549.0

Kal. iv.

</div2>
 p.51 p.29<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS550">
 CS550.0

Kalends fifth feria.

 CS550.1

The battle of Cúil Conaire in Cera, in which Ailill Inbanda son of Eogan king of Connacht, and Aed Fortamail his brother fell. Forgus and Domnall, the two sons of Mac Erca, were victors. AU 550.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS551">
 CS551.0

Kalends sixth feria.

 CS551.1

A great mortality i.e. the Crom Conaill, in which these saints rested i.e. Finnian i.e. of Cluain Iraird moccu Teldub and Colam son of Crimthann, Colam of Inis Celtra, Sinchell son of Cenannán abbot of Cell Achaid Druimfhata, and Mac Táil of Cell Cuilinn who is called Eógan son of Corcrán.AU 549

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS552">
 CS552.0

Kalends first feria.

 CS552.1

The battle of Cuilen in which the Corcu Óche of Mumu perished through the prayers of Íta of Cluain Credail. AU 552.

 CS552.2

Death of Fothad son of Conall. AU 552.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS553">
 CS553.0

Kalends second feria.

 CS553.1

Death of Eochu son of Conlaed king of Ulaid from whom are descended the Uí Echach Ulad. AU 553.

 CS553.2

Death of Béc son of Dé, a prophet. AU 553.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS554">
 CS554.0

Kalends third feria.

 CS554.1

Birth of MoLua moccu Óchae. AU 554.

 CS554.2

A pestilence called the samthrosc.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS555">
 CS555.0

Kalends fifth feria.

 CS555.1

Cathub son of Fergus, bishop of Achad Chinn, rested in the 150th year of his age. AU 555.

 CS555.2

Pope Vigilius rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS556">
 CS556.0

Kalends sixth feria.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS557">
 CS557.0

Kalends.

 CS557.1

The killing of Fergna son of Ibdach, king of Ulaid, in the battle of Druim Cleithe, by Demán son of Cairell and the Uí Echach of Ard. AU 557.

 CS557.2

Nessán the leper rested.

</div2>
 p.31<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS558">
 CS558.0

Kalends first feria.

 CS558.1

The killing of Colmán Mór son of Diarmait, in his own chariot, by Dub Sloit hu Trena. AU 558.

 CS558.2

The church of Bennchor was founded. AU 555,558.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS559">
 CS559.0

Kalends.

 CS559.1

Brénainn founded the church of Cluain Ferta.

  1. Since Mac Ua Eltai possessed it—
    Brenainn, with all his perfections—
    If not the better, not the worse therefor,
    From that time to this has Cluain Ferta been.

Brénainn went up in the air in his chariot.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS560">
 CS560.0

Kalends.

 CS560.1

The last feast i.e. of Temair held by Diarmait son of Cerball. AU 558, 9, 560.

 CS560.2

The death of Gabrán son of Domangart, king of Alba. AU 558, 9, 560.

 CS560.3

The flight of the Scots before Bruide son of Máelchú, king of the Cruithin. AU 558, 560.

 CS560.4

The killing of Curnán, son of Aed son of Eochu, king of Connacht, by Diarmait son of Cerball when under the protection of Colum Cille, and this is why the battle of Cúl Dremne was fought.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS561">
 CS561.0

Kalends.

 CS561.1

The battle of Cúil Dreimne i.e. in vengeance won over Diarmait son of Cerball. Forgus and Domnall two sons of Mac Erca and Ainmire son of Setna and Nainnid son of Daui, and Aed son of Eochu Tirmcharna, king of Connacht, were victors through the prayers of Colum Cille, saying:

  1. O God!
    Why dost thou not ward off the mist,
    That we might reckon the number
    Of the host which has taken judgment from us.
  2. A host that marches around a Cairn,
    And a son of storm that betray us;
    My druid—he will not refuse me—is
    The Son of God; with us He will act.
  3.  p.33
  4. How grandly he bears his course—
    Baedan's steed—before the host;
    Good for Baedan of the yellow hair
    He will win his renown on him.

 CS561.2

Fraechán son of Tenusan made the druidic 'fence' for Diarmait son of Cerball, Tuatán son of Dimán son of Sarán son of Cormac son of Eógan cast the druidic 'fence' over them. Maglaine leaped over it and he alone was killed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS562">
 CS562.0

Kalends sixth feria.

 CS562.1

The battle of Cúil Uinsen in Tethba won over Diarmait son of Cerball by Aed son of Brénainn, king of Tethba, in which Diarmait took flight.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS563">
 CS563.0

Kalends.

 CS563.1

The voyage of Colum Cille to the Island of Í in the 42nd year of his age.

 CS563.2

The battle of Móin Daire Lothair won over the Cruithin by the Uí Néill of the North, in which fell seven kings of the Cruithin including Aed Brec. Baetán son of Cenn with two branches of the Cruithin fight it against the Cruithin, and Cenél nEógain and Cenél Conaill fought it for hire, for the Lee and Ard Eolarg. Of this Cennfaelad sang:

  1. Weapons press forward, men press forward
    In the great bog of Daire Lothair,
    A cause of strife discomfited,
    Around the king of Cruithin, Aed Brecc.
  2. The battle of all the Cruithin is fought,
    They burn Eilne;
    The battle of Gabar Liphi is fought,
    And the battle of Cúil Dreimne.
  3. Hostages are taken way after conflict,
    Away west, with a human harvest,
    {}Fergus, Domnall, Aimire,
    And Nainnid son of Daui.
  4.  p.35
  5. The two sons of Mac Erca return
    To join in the same battle;
    And the King, Ainmire,
    Returns into the possessions of Senna.

 CS563.3

Aedán grandson of Fiachra dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS564">
 CS564.0

Kalends. Molaisi of Daiminis rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS565">
 CS565.0

Kalends.

 CS565.1

The slaying of Diarmait son of Cerball at Ráith Bec i.e. by Aed Dub son of Suibne Araide, i.e. king of Ulaid, and his head was brought to Cluain moccu Nóis and buried there and his body was buried in Coindire; and the two sons of mac Erca, Forgus and Domnall, succeeded him.

 CS565.2

In this year the muirgeilt was captured, i.e. Lí Ban daughter of Eochu son of Muiredhach on the strand of Ollobra in the net of Baedán son of Innle, i.e. the fisherman of Comgall of Bennchor.

 CS565.3

Repose of Brénainn of Biror, as some say.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS566">
 CS566.0

Kalends fourth feria.

 CS566.1

The battle of Gabair Liphi against the Laigin. Forgus and Domnall were victors.

 CS566.2

The death of Domnall son of Muirchertach mac Erca, to whom succeeded Ainmire son of Sétna.

 CS566.3

The death of Daimine son of Cairpre Damargait.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS567">
 CS567.0

Kalends third feria.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS568">
 CS568.0

Kalends.

 CS568.1

The killing of Demán son of Cairell by the shepherds of Barrinne {Bairenn?}

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS569">
 CS569.0

Kalends first feria.

 CS569.1

The slaying of Ainmire son of Sétna, by Fergus son of Néilléne, of which was said: p.37

  1. Femhen, when he was king
    Was not an ignoble place;
    To-day, crimson is its aspect
    From Ainmire, son of Senna.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS570">
 CS570.0

Kalends second feria.

 CS570.1

The killing of Fergus son of Néilléne by Aed son of Ainmire.

 CS570.2

Oenu moccu Láigsi, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, i.e. the son of Eógan of the Laigis, having held his abbacy for 36 years, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS571">
 CS571.0

Kalends third feria.

 CS571.1

Íte of Cluain Credail rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS572">
 CS572.0

Kalends fourth feria.

 CS572.1

Maenu, bishop of Cluain Ferta Brénainn, rested.

 CS572.2

The slaying of two descendants of Muiredach i.e. Baetán son of Muirchertach and Echaid Finn son of Domnall, in the third year of their reign. Crónán son of Tigernach, king of the Ciannachta, was their slayer.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS573">
 CS573.0

Kalends sixth feria.

 CS573.1

The battle of Feimen won by Cormac son of Crimthann, king of Mumu, in which Colmán Bec son of Diarmait was defeated; but he escaped.

 CS573.2

Brénainn of Biror died.

 CS573.3

The battle of Tola and Fertola i.e. the names of plains between Eile and Osraige and between Cluain Ferta MoLua and Saighir. Fiachra son of Baetán was victor.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS574">
 CS574.0

Kalends seventh feria.

 CS574.1

Death in the sixteenth year of his reign of Conall son of Comgall, king of Dál Riata who granted the island of Ia to Colum Cille.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS575">

</div2><div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS576">

 CS576.0

Kalends.

 CS576.1

Death of Brénainn son of Brión.

</div2>
 p.39<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS577">
 CS577.0

Kalends third feria.

 CS577.1

Repose of Brénnain of Cluain Ferta.

 CS577.2

The killing of Aed son of Eochu Tirmcharna by the Uí Briúin.

 CS577.3

The first expedition to the Ulaid to Man.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS578">
 CS578.0

Kalends third feria.

 CS578.1

Repose of bishop Eitchen of Cluain Fata Baetáin Aba.

 CS578.2

The return of the Ulaid to Emain.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS579">
 CS579.0

Kalends fifth feria.

 CS579.1

Repose of bishop Finnian moccu Fiatach.

 CS579.2

Cairech Dergán rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS580">
 CS580.0

Kalends.

 CS580.1

The battle of Druim Meic Erce in which Colgú son of Domnall son of Muirchertach fell. Aed son of Ainmire was victor.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS581">
 CS581.0

Kalends.

 CS581.1

Baetán son of Cairell, king of Ulaid, died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS582">
 CS582.0

Kalends.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS583">
 CS583.0

Kalends.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS584">
 CS584.0

Kalends.

 CS584.1

The killing of Fergus Scannal king of Mumu.

 CS584.2

Repose of Fergus bishop of Druim Lethglaise, who built Cell Biain.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS585">
 CS585.0

Kalends.

 CS585.1

Repose of Mac Nisi of the Ulaid, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS586">
 CS586.0

Kalends.

 CS586.1

The killing of Baetán son of Ninnid son of Daui son of Conall Gulban, king of Temair. Cuini son of Colmán and Cumaine son of Librén son of Illadon son of Cerball killed him at the instigation of Colmán Bec at Léim ind Eich. p.41

  1. By Conall, as 'tis admitted,
    Was won the joyful battle;
    A happy path, prosperous streams spread
    Before Conall and Eoghan.

 CS586.2

The beginning of the reign of Aed son of Ainmire.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS587">
 CS587.0

Kalends first feria.

 CS587.1

The battle of Belach Daithe in which Colmán Bec son of Diarmait fell. Aed son of Ainmire was victor.

 CS587.2

Daig son of Cairell rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS588">
 CS588.0

Kalends second feria.

 CS588.1

The slaying of Aed Dub son of Suibne Araide, who slew Diarmait son of Cerball.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS589">
 CS589.0

Kalends fourth feria.

 CS589.1

Repose of bishop Aed son of Brec.

 CS589.2

Repose of Aed son of Brénainn, king of Tethba. It is he that granted Dermag to Colum Cille.

 CS589.3

In the same year there occurred a very hot and dry summer.

 CS589.4

Dauid of Cell Muine died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS590">
 CS590.0

Kalends.

 CS590.1

Death of Feidlimid son of Tigernach, king of Mumu.

 CS590.2

The birth of Cuimine Fota.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS591">
 CS591.0

Kalends sixth feria.

 CS591.1

An eclipse of the sun i.e. a dark morning.

 CS591.2

Death of Lugaid of Les Mór.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS592">
 CS592.0

Kalends.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS593">
 CS593.0

Kalends.

 CS593.1

Death of Óengus son of Amalgaid.

 CS593.2

Uatu son of Aed, king of Connacht, died.

 p.43
 CS593.3

Gregory, a Roman by birth, whose father was Gordian, sat 13 years 6 months and 10 days in the time of Maurice, and was buried in the basilica of St. Peter the apostle in front of the sacristy.

 CS593.4

The killing of Senchán, son of Colman Mór.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS594">
 CS594.0

Kalends third feria.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS595">
 CS595.0

Kalends fourth feria.

 CS595.1

Repose of Colum Cille on the eve of Pentecost, the fifth of the Ides of June, in the 36th year of his pilgrimage, in the 76th year of his age, as is said:

  1. Thirty years, without light, was
    Colum Cille in his Black Regles;
    He went to angels from his body
    After seven years and seventy.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS596">
 CS596.0

Kalends.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS597">
 CS597.0

Kalends.

 CS587.1

The battle of Sliab Cua in Mumu, in which Fiachna son of Baetán was victor.

 CS597.2

The killing of Cumascach son of Aed by Brandub son of Eochu in Dún Buchat.

 CS597.3

Death of Tipraite son of Calgach.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS598">
 CS598.0

Kalends first feria.

 CS598.1

Repose of Baethéne, abbot of Ia.

 CS598.2

The battle of Dún Bolg, won by Brandub son of Eochu with the Laigin, on the 4th of the Ides of January, in which fell Aed son of Ainmire by Brandub son of Eochu and Béc son of Cuanu, king of Airgialla, and other nobles; of this was said:

  1. At Buach
    The wave dashes against the brink;
    Accounts report, though abhorrent,
    That Aedh, son of Ainmire, was slain;

 p.45

His wife said:

  1. There were three beloved sides
    Of whose return there is no hope;
    The side of Taillten, the side of Temhair,
    And the side of Aedh, son of Ainmire.

 CS598.3

The beginning of the joint reign of Colmán Rímid and Aed Sláine.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS599">
 CS599.0

Kalends.

 CS599.1

Ailither, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested: he was of the Múscraige.

 CS599.2

The Saxons receive the faith.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS600">
 CS600.0

Kalends.

 CS600.1

Repose of St. Cainnech of Achad Bó.

 CS600.2

The slaying of Suibne son of Colmán Mór king of Mide by Aed Sláine in Brí Dam on the Suaine.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS601">
 CS601.0

Kalends fifth feria.

 CS601.1

The blows of Brandub in Brega.

 CS601.2

Death of Brénainn son of Cairpre son of Féichéne i.e. king of Uí Maine, from whom Ráith Brénainn in Mag Aí is named.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS602">
 CS602.0

Kalends.

 CS602.1

Comgall, abbot of Bennchor, rested in the 91st year of his age, and 50th year and 3rd month and 10th day of his abbacy; he rested on the 6th of the Ides of May.

 CS602.2

The battle of Slemain in which Colmán Rímid, king of Cenél nEógain, was victor, and Conall Cú, son of Aed son of Ainmire, escaped by flight.

 CS602.3

The battle of Cúil Cáil in which Fiachna son of Baetán was victor. Fiachna son of Demán fled.

 CS602.4

Death of Fogartach son of Aed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS603">
 CS603.0

Kalends sixth feria.

 CS603.1

Repose of Finntán of Cluain Eidnech.

 CS603.2

Sinell, bishop of Mag Bili, rested.

</div2>
 p.47<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS604">
 CS604.0

Kalends.

 CS604.1

The slaying of Colmán Rímid by a man of his own kindred who was called Lochán Dilmada.

  1. Of what value kingship, of what value law,
    Of what value power over princes,
    Since it is king Colmán the counter
    Whom Lochan Dilmada has slain?

 CS604.2

The slaying of Aed Sláine by Conall son of Suibne on the brink of Loch Semdid. Aed Gustan, foster-brother of Conall, and Baethgal Bile killed him. Hence was said:

  1. The advice was no preventative
    To the warriors north of Tuirbe;
    Conall slew Aed Sláine,
    Aed Sláine slew Suibne.

 CS604.3

The slaying of Aed Rón, king of Uí Failge, in Faithche meic Meccnaen on the same day in which Aed Sláine was slain. Aed Buide, king of Tebtha, and the king of Uí Maine i.e. Maine son of Niall, were killed in Bruiden da Coca by the same Conall.

  1. Great was the red sorrow—
    Over the chieftains of Erinn all—
    Aedh Slaine, with multitudes,
    Aedh Roin, Aedh Buidhe were slain.

 CS604.4

Death of Conall son of Aed son of Ainmire.

 CS604.5

Cú cen Máthair, king of Mumu, died.

 CS604.6

Colmán son of Léníne rested.

 CS604.7

Lasrén of Min Drochait {Mendrochat?} rested.

 CS604.8

Mauricius dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS605">
 CS605.0

Kalends.

 CS605.1

The battle of Slaebre in which Brandub son of Eochu was vanquished. The Uí Néill were the victors.

 CS605.2

The slaying of Brandub king of Laigin, by his own son-in-law, whose name was Sarán Saebderc, i.e. superior of Senboth Sine. Thence was said: p.49

  1. Sarán the squint-eyed, running his course till now,
    As superior of Senboth Sine,
    It was he—it is not fiction—
    Who killed Brandub son of Eochu.

Of which an old woman of Laighen spoke the verse:—

  1. If, in the lifetime of Eochaid's son,
    The Northern had come to me,
    From the battle regarding which they boast,
    They would have been long panic-driven.
  2. If in a pillared house
    Were the son of Eochaidh, son of Muiredhach,
    I would not bear my full sack
    To a church for the sake of Aedh Aldan.

 CS605.3

Death of Laisrén, abbot of Ia.

 CS605.4

Death of Colmán son of Feradach, king of Osraige.

 CS605.5

Aed Allán rules for seven years.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS606">
 CS606.0

Kalends fourth feria.

 CS606.1

Death of Aedán son of Gabrán son of Domangart in the 37th year of his reign and the 88th or86th year of his age.

 CS606.2

The slaying of the sons of Baetán son of Cairell in Dún Mogna by their uterine brother.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS607">
 CS607.0

Kalends

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS608">
 CS608.0

Kalends.

 CS608.1

Death of Fiachra Caech son of Baetán, by the Cruithin, and repose of Eochu.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS609">
 CS609.0

Kalends first feria.

 CS609.1

The killing of Sechnusach son of Garbán, king of Cenél Bógaine, by Domnall son of Aed.

 CS609.2

The repose of Lugaid moccu Óchae.

</div2>
 p.51<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS610">
 CS610.0

Kalends fifth feria.

 CS610.1

Death of Aed son of Colgu, king of Ind Airther, on pilgrimage in Cluain moccu Nóis, of which was said:

  1. There was a time
    When Loch-dha-damh was a linn of splendour;
    It was not the Loch that was splendid,
    But the Prince Aedh, son of Colgan.
  2. I care not, since he lives not—
    The friend who loved me—
    Whoso places a brillant house
    On the island of Loch-dha-damh.

 CS610.2

Death of Sillán moccu Minn, abbot of Bennchor, and the death of Aedán, the anchorite.

 CS610.3

The death of Mael Umai son of Baetán.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS611">
 CS611.0

Kalends.

 CS611.1

The army of Ulaid was struck by terrible thunder in Bairche.

 CS611.2

Death of Mael Dúin son of Ailéne, king of Mugdorna.

 CS611.3

Repose of Colmán moccu Selli, of Lann Ela, in the 56th year of his age.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS612">
 CS612.0

Kalends fifth feria.

 CS612.1

Death of Aed Allán son of Domnall, king of Temair, i.e. Aed Uairidneach.

 CS612.2

The battle of Odba, won by Óengus son of Colmán, in which Conall Laeg Breg son of Aed Sláine fell, as it was said:

  1. The whitethorn on the summit of Odhba,
    Though sharp darts it throws not,
    Lawful for it that its aspect should be evil—
    There was a great head in its mouth.

 CS612.3

Mael Coba begins to reign.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS613">
 CS613.0

Kalends.

 CS613.1

Repose of Finntan of Aentrab, abbot of Bennchor.

 CS613.2

Death of Colmán Uathach.

</div2>
 p.53<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS614">
 CS614.0

Kalends sixth feria.

 CS614.1

Lucaill the Tall, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS614.2

A star was seen at the seventh hour of the day.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS615">
 CS615.0

Kalends.

 CS615.1

The slaying of Mael Coba son of Aed son of Ainmire in the battle of Sliab Tuath. Suibne Menn son of Fiachna was victor.

 CS615.2

Repose of Diarmait, third abbot of Cluain Iraird.

 CS615.3

The death of Rónán son of Colmán, king of Laigin.

 CS615.4

Suibne Menn rules.

 CS615.5

Gormán, of the Mugdorna, from whom sprang the descendants of Conn—it is he who was for a year on the water of Tiprat Fingin, and on pilgrimage in Cluain he died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS616">
 CS616.0

Kalends.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS617">
 CS617.0

Kalends.

 CS617.1

The burning of Donnán of Aig on the fifteenth of the Kalends of May with one hundred and fifty martyrs; and the laying waste of Torach.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS618">
 CS618.0

Kalends.

 CS618.1

Caemgein of Glenn da Locha rested in Christ in the 120th year of his age.

 CS618.2

The slaying of Fergus son of Colmán Mór, king of Mide, by Anfartach descendent of Mescán, of the people of Blaitíne.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS619">
 CS619.0

Kalends sixth feria.

 CS619.1

Death of Aed Bennán, overking of Mumu, of the Eoganacht.

 CS619.2

Death of Sillán, abbot of Mag Bili, and Fíngein son of Fiachra rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS620">
 CS620.0

Kalends.

 CS620.1

The slaying of the kindred of Baetán, i.e. of Ailill son of Baetán and of Mael Dúin son of Fergus son of Baetán and of Díucaill, in Mag Leced in the territory of Connacht.

 p.55
 CS620.2

The death of Fiachra son of Ciarán son of Ainmire son of Sétna i.e. a second founder of Daire Calgaigh.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS621">
 CS621.0

Kalends.

 CS621.1

The death of Óengus son of Colmán Mór, i.e. king of Uí Néill.

 CS621.2

Dúnchad son of Eóganán, Nechtan son of Canu, and Aed died.

 CS621.3

Fíngein son of Fiachra Encride rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS622">
 CS622.0

Kalends.

 CS622.1

The battle of Cenn Deilgthen, in which two sons of Librén son of Illand son of Cerball fell. Conall son of Suibne was victor, and Domnall Brec with him.

 CS622.2

Or this year the death of Caemgein.

 CS622.3

Conaing son of Aedán son of Gabrán was drowned.

  1. The waves of the sea great and clear
    And the sands have covered them;
    Against a frail wattled curach
    They have combined to destroy Conaing.
  2. The woman who flung her fair locks
    Into his skiff, over Conaing;—
    Pleasantly she smiles
    To-day, before Bile Tortan.

 CS622.4

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

 CS622.5

The battle of Cennguba, in which Colmán son of Cobthach, i.e. the father of Guaire, king of Connacht, fell by Ragallach son of Uatu.

 CS622.6

The death of Colgu son of Cellach.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS623">
 CS623.0

Kalends fourth feria.

 CS623.1

Death of Fergna, abbot of Ia.

 CS623.2

Repose of Mac Laisre, abbot of Ard Macha.

 CS623.3

The storming of Raíth Guala by Fiachna son of Baetán.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS624">
 CS624.0

Kalends.

 CS624.1

Death of Rónan son of Colmán, and Colmán of Stiallán died.

 CS624.2

The killing of Dor son of Aed Allán. Failbe Fland Fidbad slew him, whence his mother said: p.57

  1. It would be a noble wounding
    It would not be the demolition of Inis Cail—
    If the shout of the enemy was raised
    Round the head of Failbe Flann Fidhbadh.

 CS624.3

Birth of Adamnán, abbot of Ia.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS625">
 CS625.0

Kalends seventh feria.

 CS625.1

Maedóc of Ferna rested.

 CS625.2

The son of Fiachna i.e. Mongán was struck by Arthur son of Bicuir the Briton with a stone and died, of which Bécc of Bairche said:

  1. Cold is the wind across Ile
    Which blows against the youth of Cenn-tire;
    They will commit a cruel deed in consequence;
    They will kill Mongan, son of Fiachna.

 CS625.3

Cormac caem and Illand son of Fiachu die.Ronan, son of Tuathal died:—

  1. The church of Cluain-Airthir to-day—
    Illustrious the four on whom it closed:
    Cormac the mild, who submitted to tribulations,
    And Illann, son of Fiacha.
  2. And the other pair,
    To whom many territories were obedient—
    Mongan, son of Fiachna Lurgan,
    And Ronan, son of Tuathal.

 CS625.4

Óengus son of Colmán Mór, king of Mide, was killed.

 CS625.5

Cathal son of Aed, king of Mumu, died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS626">
 CS626.0

Kalends first feria.

 CS626.1

The battle of Leithet Midind in which Fiachna son of Baedán, i.e. the king of Dál Araide, was killed. Fiachna son of Demán i.e. the king of Dál Fiachach, was victor.

</div2>
 p.59<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS627">
 CS627.0

Kalends second feria.

 CS627.1

The battle of Ard Corann won by the Dál Riata in which fell Fiachna son of Demán by the king of Dál Riata.

 CS627.2

The battle of Carn Feradaig. Failbe the Red was victor. Guaire of Aidne took flight. Conall son of Mael Dub, king of Uí Maine, fell, and Mael Dúin and Mael Ruain and Mael Calcaigh, Conall son of Mael Dub son of Mael Bresail.

 CS627.3

The vision of Fursa was manifested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS628">
 CS628.0

Kalends.

 CS628.1

The battle of Bolg Luatha, in which he himself fell. Faelán son of Colmán, king of Laigin, was victor.

 CS628.2

The battle of Both, in which Suibne Menn son of Fiachna was victor; Domnall son of Aed took flight.

 CS628.3

The slaying of Suibne Menn son of Fiachna in Tráig Bréni, by Congal Caech son of Scannal.

 CS628.4

Repose of Columbanus son of Badéne, abbot of Cluain.

 CS628.5

The killing of Cuman son of Colmán.

 CS628.6

The devastation of Laigin by Domnall.

 CS628.7

Domnall son of Aed reigns.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS629">
 CS629.0

Kalends.

 CS629.1

The battle of Fid Eoin in which Mael Caích son of Scannal i.e. the king of the Cruithin was victor. The Dál Riata fell, and Díucaill son of Eochu king of the Cruithin people fell, and Aedhan's descendants, i.e. Rigullan son of Conaing and Faelbhe son of Eochaid and Oric son of Albirit, heir designate of Saxan, with a great slaughter of their followers.

 CS629.2

The death of Eochu Buide son of Aedán in the 20th year of his reign.

 CS629.3

The battle of Dún Ceithirn in which Congal Caech took flight, and Domnall son of Aed was victor, in which Guaire Gaillsech son of Forinnán fell.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS630">
 CS630.0

Kalends sixth feria.

 CS630.1

The battle of Leitheirbe between the Cenél Feradaigh and the Cenél Meic Erca, in which Mael Fithrich fell. Ernaine son of Fiachna was victor.

 CS630.2

The killing of Brandub son of Mael Cobo.

 p.61
 CS630.3

The death of Connad Cerr, as some say, in the first year of his reign, in the battle of Fid Eoin.

 CS630.4

The falling asleep of Finntan son of Mael Dub.

 CS630.5

Mo-Bai moccu Aldai rested.

 CS630.6

The death of Aelle, king of the Saxons.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS631">
 CS631.0

Kalends seventh feria.

 CS631.1

The death of Cinead son of Lugthréine, king of the picts.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS632">
 CS632.0

Kalends fifth feria.

 CS632.1

The battle of Áth Abla, in which Dícuill son of Fergus Tuile fell by the Munster host.

 CS632.2

The island church of Medgote was founded.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS633">
 CS633.0

Kalends third feria.

 CS633.1

The battle of Áth Goan in western Life in which Cremthann son of Aed son of Senach, king of Laigin, fell. Faelán son of Colmán and Conall son of Suibne, king of Mide, and Failbe Flann, king of Mumu, were victors.

 CS633.2

The death of Mór of Mumu.

 CS633.3

Enán of Druim Raithi rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS634">
 CS634.0

Kalends fourth feria.

 CS634.1

The killing of two sons of Aed Sláine by Conall son of Suibne at Loch Trethin at Fremainn, i.e. Congal king of Brega, ancestor of Uí Conaing, and Ailill the Harper, ancestor of Síl Dlúthaig.

 CS634.2

The killing of Conall son of Suibne king of Mide in the house of Nadfraích's son by Diarmaid son of Aed Sláine.

 CS634.3

The repose of Fintan Munnu son of Telchan on the 12th of the Kalends of November, and of Ernaine son of Cresine.

 CS634.4

The battle of Segais in which fell Lóchéne son of Nechtan Cennfada and Cumascach son of Óengus.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS635">
 CS635.0

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS636">
 CS636.0

Kalends.

 CS636.1

The killing of Ernaine son of Fiachna, who defeated Mael Fithrich son of Aed Allán in the battle of Leitheirbe.

 CS636.2

The expulsion of Carthach i.e. Mochuda i.e. Mochta son of Firaill from Raithen at Eastertide.

</div2>
 p.63<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS637">
 CS637.0

Kalends.

 CS637.1

The battle of Mag Roth won by Domnall son of Aed and the sons of Aed Sláine but Domnall son of Aed ruled Temair at that time, in which fell Conall Caech king of Ulaid and Faelchú son of Airmedach king of Mide in a counterattack, with many nobles.

 CS637.2

The battle of Sailtír on the same day, won by Conall Cael son of Mael Cobo against the Cenél nEógain.

 CS637.3

The death of Failbe Flann of Feimen, king of Mumu.

 CS637.4

The repose of Mo-Chutu of Raithen on the 2nd of the Ides of May.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS638">
 CS638.0

Kalends first feria.

 CS638.1

The battle of Glenn Muiresan, in which the followers of Domnall Brec were put to flight, and the besieging of Eten.

 CS638.2

Crónán moccu Laegde, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS638.3

The death of Do-Chua of Balla.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS639">
 CS639.0

Kalends second feria.

 CS639.1

The killing of Congal son of Dúnchad.

 CS639.2

Death of Duinsech, wife of Domnall.

 CS639.3

Repose of Crídán in Naendruim.

 CS639.4

The repose of Aed Dub i.e. king of Laigin, abbot of Cell Dara.

 CS639.5

Do-Laise moccu Imdae, abbot of Leithglenn, rested.

 CS639.6

Death of Ailill son of Aed Rón i.e. king of Laigin.

 CS639.7

At this time pope Theodosius flourished.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS640">
 CS640.0

Kalends third feria.

 CS640.1

The battle of Cathair Chinn Con won by the Mumu. Óengus Liathdána was victor. Mael Dúin son of Aed Bennán took flight.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS641">
 CS641.0

Death of Maelodar Caech, king of the Airthir and death of Bruide son of Foth.

 CS641.1

The burning of Mael Dúin son of Aed in Inis Caín.

 CS641.2

The killing of Mael Dúin son of Fergus son of Mael Dúin son of Colmán.

 CS641.3

The repose of Dagán of Inber Daile.

</div2>
 p.65<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS642">
 CS642.0

Kalends.

 CS642.1

Death of Domnall son of Aed, king of Ireland, at the end of January, in the 13th year of his reign, at Ard Fothaigh. Afterwards Domnall Brec was slain at the end of the year in December, in the battle of Sraith Caruin, by Hoan, king of Britons, in the 12th year of his reign.

 CS642.2

The killing of Ailill son of Colmán, king of Cenél Loegaire.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS643">
 CS643.0

Kalends sixth feria.

 CS643.1

Here it is uncertain who reigned after Domnall. Some historiographers state that four kings, i.e. Cellach and Conall Cael, and two sons of Aed Sláine, namely Diarmait and Blathmac, reigned in mingled rule.

 CS643.2

Death of Huaisle daughter of Suibne son of Colmán i.e. the queen of Faelán king of Laigin.

 CS643.3

The death of Crónán, bishop of Naendruim.

 CS643.4

The battle of Cenn Con.

 CS643.5

Cellach and Conall Cael begin to reign.

 CS643.6

The death of Scandlán Mór son of Cendfaelad, king of Osraige.

 CS643.7

The death of Cuanu son of Cailcin, king of Fernmag.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS644">
 CS644.0

Kalends.

 CS644.1

The killing of two grandsons of Bógaine, Mael Bresail and Mael Anfaith Enaig.

 CS644.2

Mo-Chaí of Naendruim rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS645">
 CS645.0

Kalends.

 CS645.1

Death of Furudrán, son of Béicce son of Cuanu, king of Uí Moccu Uais.

 CS645.2

Lóchéne son of Fíngein, king of the Cruithin, died.

 CS645.3

The battle of Gabra between the Laigin themselves.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS646">
 CS646.0

Kalends.

 CS646.1

The slaying of Scandlán son of Béicce son of Fiachra, king of the Cruithin.

 CS646.2

Mac Laisre, abbot of Bennchor, rested.

 CS646.3

Bede was born at this time.

 CS646.4

At this time pope Marcianus flourished.

</div2>
 p.67<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS647">
 CS647.0

Kalends.

 CS647.1

Mael Cobo son of Fiachna, was killed, i.e. the king of Ulaid, by Congal Cennfada son of Dúnchad.

 CS647.2

The battle of Bolg Luatha, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh.

</div2>
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</div2><div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS649">

 CS649.0

5 Kalends.

 CS649.1

The slaying of Ragallach, son of Uatu, king of Connacht i.e. by Mael Brigte son of Mothlachán i.e. the Corco Cullu slew him.

 CS649.2

The battle of Cairn Conaill fought on Whitsunday, where the two Cuans fell i.e. Cuan son of Enda, king of Muman, and Cuan son of Cairill, son of the Ui Fidhgente and Tolmnach, king of the Ui Liathain; and Guaire took flight, and Diarmait son of Aedh Slaine was victor. It is on a Sunday that Diarmait went to fight this battle, that is, through Cluain moccu Nóis and the congregation of Ciaran and prayed for him that he might come safe for the sake of their surety. When the king returned, he granted Doimnerc with its divisions today called Liath Mancháin, as a sod of the altar of Ciarán, and imposed three curses on the king of Mide if any of his people consumed as much as a drink of water there, so that it was for this reason that Diarmait asked to be buried in Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS649.3

Repose of Furse in Peronne in France, according to some.

 CS649.4

Mo-Choemóc of Liath Mór dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS650">
 CS650.0

Kalends.

 CS650.1

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

 CS650.2

The battle of Dún Cremthainn in which Óengus, son of Domnall fell. The sons of Mael Coba i.e. Conall Cael and Cellach, were victors.

 CS650.3

Death of Cathusach son of Domnall Brec.

 CS650.4

Death of Crónán of Mag Bili.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS651">
 CS651.0

Kalends.

 CS651.1

The killing of two sons of Blathmac son of Aed Sláine, i.e. Dúnchad and Conall by Mael Odrán of the Laigin in Mael Odrán's mill.

 CS651.2

Repose of Aedán, bishop of the Saxons.

 CS651.3

The killing of Oiséne son of Oiserg by Mael Odrán.

  1. O mill,
    Though you have ground much wheat,
    It was no crushing of oats
    When you ground Cerball's grandsons.
  2. The grain which the mill grinds,
    Is not oats but red wheat;
    Of the best in the great genealogical tree
    Was the feed of Mael Odrán's mill.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS652">
 CS652.0

Kalends.

 CS652.1

Death of Segéne, abbot of Ia.

 CS652.2

Repose of Aedlugh, abbot of Cluain mac Nóis; his kin was of Gailenga of Corran i.e. the son of Saman.

 CS652.3

The falling asleep of Mainchéne, abbot of Min Droichit.

 CS652.4

The conflict of Cúil Corra in which Cuiléne son of Forannán, king of Uí Failge, fell; Mael Dreith and Onchu were victors.

 CS652.5

Cú Gamma son of Suibhne dies.

 CS652.6

Pope Vitalian flourished at this time.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS653">
 CS653.0

Kalends.

 CS653.1

The killing of Conail Coir.

 CS653.2

The battle of Connacht i.e. the Iarthar Seola in which Marcan son of Toman, king of the Ui Maine was slain. Cennfaoladh son of Colgan and Maenach, son of Blathin king of the Ui Bruin were victors. Maeldoid son of Suibne, king of Midhe died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS654">
 CS654.0

The killing of Conall son of Malecoba.

 CS654.1

Bishop Colman son of Hui Telluibh and Oisine Foda, two abbots of Cluan Iraird, rested.

 CS654.2

The killing of Fergus son of Domnall, and of Fergus son of Raghallaigh, and of Aed Bethra son of Cuiméne, by the Uí Fhiachrach of Aidne.

 CS654.3

The battle of Sráith Ethairt won by Tolarcan son of Ainfíth king of the Cruithin, in which Dúnchad son of Conaing and Congal son of Rónán fell.

 CS654.4

Aed Rón son of Mael Cobo died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS655">

</div2><div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS656">

 CS656.0

Kalends.

 CS656.1

The battle of Flescach in which fell Cumuscach son of Ailill, king of Uí Crimthann, in which Crunnmael son of Suibne, king of Cenél nEógain was victor.

 CS656.2

Laidcnén, king of Connacht, died.

 CS656.3

Death of Crunnmael Erbolg son of Rónán, king of Laigin Desgabair.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS657">
 CS657.0

Kalends of January.

 CS657.1

The repose of Ultán moccu Conchubair on the 2nd of the Nones of September.

 CS657.2

The repose of Suibne moccu Urthrí abbot of Í.

 CS657.3

The battle of Deliu in which Mael Dóid son of Conaing or Conall was killed.

 CS657.4

Death of Tolorcan son of Ainfíth, king of Cruithin.

 CS657.5

The repose of Concaine of Cell Slébe.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS658">
 CS658.0

Kalends.

 CS658.1

Death of Cellach son of Mael Cobo in the Brug.

 CS658.2

The death of Cellach son of Sarán abbot of Othain Mór.

 CS658.3

Mo-Chua son of Lonán rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS659">
 CS659.0

Kalends.

 CS659.1

Dímma Dub, bishop of Condaire, and Cuiméne bishop of Naendruim, and Sillán bishop of Daiminis, and Dúnchad son of Aed Sláine died.

 CS659.2

The killing of Orc Doith son of Sechnusach and of Conchenn son of Laidcnén.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS660">
 CS660.0

Kalends.

 CS660.1

Death of Finnán son of Rímid.

 CS660.2

Bishop Colmán of Glenn da Locha rested, and Daniél, bishop of Cenn Garad, rested.

 CS660.3

Death of Echaid son of Blathmac son of Aed Sláine.

 CS660.4

The slaying of Faelán king of Osraige by the Laigin.

 CS660.5

Maedóc of Ferna rested.

 CS660.6

Conall Crannamna died.

 CS660.7

Eóganán son of Tóthalán died.

 CS660.8

Ailill son of Dúnchad son of Aed Sláine died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS661">
 CS661.0

Kalends.

 CS661.1

Toiméne abbot and bishop of Ard Macha rested.

 CS661.2

Laidcnén son of Baeth Bannach, rested.

 CS661.3

Conaing grandson of Dant, abbot of Imblech Ibair, rested.

 CS661.4

Abbot Cuimíne came to Ireland.

 CS661.5

Mo-Gobóc moccu Lama rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS662">
 CS662.0

Kalends.

 CS662.1

Cuiméne the Tall rested in the 72nd year of his age.

 CS662.2

Colmán grandson of Cluasach rested.

 CS662.3

Sarán grandson of Critán, rested.

 CS662.4

Mael Dúin son of Aed Bennán died.

 CS662.5

The battle of Ogoman at Cenn Corbadan in which fell Conaing son of Congal son of Aed Sláine and Ultán son of Ernaine king of Ciannachta and Cenn Faelad son of Gerthide king of Ard Ciannachta. In this battle Blathmac son of Aed Sláine was defeated, by the associates of Diarmaid son of Aed Sláine, who are called Onchú son of Sarán and Marl Mílchon and Cathasach son of Eimine; in this battle Faelchú son of Mael Umai fell. This was the end of the reign of Blathmac as some say, and the beginning of the reign of Diarmait.

 CS662.6

Mael Dúin son of Furudrán, king of Derlas, died.

 CS662.7

Maenach son of Fíngen, king of Mumu, died.

 CS662.8

Mael Fuataig son of Ernaine, king of Ciannachta, died.

 CS662.9

Conall Cloccach rested

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS663">
 CS663.0

Kalends.

 CS663.1

Guaire of Aidne, king of Connacht, died and was buried in Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS663.2

The killing of the two sons of Domnall son of Aed i.e. Conall and Colcu by Cernceinn.

 CS663.3

Death of Garnait son of Domnall king of the Cruithin, and of Domnall son of Tóthalán, and of Tuathal son of Morgand.

 CS663.4

Indercach and Dímma, two bishops, rested.

 CS663.5

Repose of Ségán moccu Cuinn, abbot of Bennchor.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS664">
 CS664.0

Kalends.

 CS664.1

Darkness on the Kalends of May at the ninth hour, and in the same summer the sky seemed to be on fire.

 CS664.2

The plague reached Ireland on the Kalends of August.

 CS664.3

Death of Cernach Sotal son of Diarmait son of Aed Sláine; and an earthquake in Ireland; and Comgán moccu Teme and Berach, abbot of Bennchor, rested.

 CS664.4

Baetán moccu Cormaic his people were of the Conmaicne Mara abbot of Cluain, rested.

 CS664.5

In Mag Itha of Fotharta the plague first raged in Ireland. From the death of Patrick 203 years, and after the first mortality 212 years.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS665">
 CS665.0

Kalends.

 CS665.1

A great mortality i.e. the buide Conaill. Diarmait son of Aed Sláine and Blathmac, two kings of Ireland, and Mael Bresail, son of Mael Dúin died.

 CS665.2

Ultán son of Cuanga, abbot of Cluain Iraird, rested.

 CS665.3

The falling asleep of Féichéne of Fobar and Ailerán the learned and Rónán son of Berach and Mael Doid son of Fingin and Crónán son of Silne.

 CS665.4

Cú Máthair son of Cathal, king of Mumu, dies.

 CS665.5

Blathmac, king of Tethba, Oengus of Ulaid and Manchán of Liath, bishops and abbot, and innumerable kings, died.

 CS665.6

Colmán cas, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, the son of Fualascach—his kin was of the Corco Moga; he held the abbacy for only one year and three days, Cuiméne, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis his kin was of the Grecraige of Loch Teched fell asleep.

 CS665.7

Sechnasach son of Blathmac begins to reign.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS666">
 CS666.0

Kalends.

 CS666.1

Death of Ailill Flann Esa son of Domnall son of Aed son of Ainmire.

 CS666.2

Mael Caích son of Scannal i.e. king of the Cruithin and Mael Dúin son of Scannal, king of Cenél Cairpri, died.

 CS666.3

Eochaid Iarlaithe, king of the Cruithin, dies.

 CS666.4

Dub Innrecht son of Dúnchad, king of Uí Briúin of Mag Aí, dies.

 CS666.5

Death of Cellach son of Guaire.

 CS666.6

The battle of Fertas between the Ulaid and the Cruithin, in which fell Cathasach son of Luircéne.

 CS666.7

Baíthíne abbot of Bennchor rested.

 CS666.8

Faelán son of Colmán, king of Laigin, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS667">
 CS667.0

Kalends.

 CS667.1

A plague in which four abbots of Bennchor perished, i.e. Berach, Cuimíne, Colum and Aedán.

 p.77
 CS667.1

The battle of Áine between the Araid and the Uí Fhidgeinti, in which Eógan son of Crunnmael fell.

 CS667.2

The slaying of Bran Find son of Mael Echtraig, king of Déisi of Mumu.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS668">
 CS668.0

Kalends.

 CS668.1

The voyage of bishop Colmán, with the relics of the saints, to Inis Bó Finne, where he founded a church; and the voyage of the sons of Gartnaid to Ireland with the people of Scí.

 CS668.2

Fergus son of Muichid dies.

 CS668.3

Muirchertach Nár, king of Connacht, i.e. the son of Guaire dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS669">
 CS669.0

Kalends.

 CS669.1

Death of Cuiméne the Fair, abbot of Ia, and of Crítán, abbot of Bennchor, and of Mo-Chua son of Cust; and the death of Mael Fothartaig son of Suibne, king of Uí Thuirtri.

 CS669.2

Itarnan and Corindu died among the Picts.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS670">
 CS670.0

Kalends.

 CS670.1

The killing of Mael Dúin grandson of Rónán.

 CS670.2

Death of Blathmac son of Mael Cobo and the killing of Cuanu son of Cellach.

 CS670.3

The sept of Gartnait came back from Ireland.

 CS670.4

The killing of Bran Finn son of Mael Fothartaig.

 CS670.5

Death of Dúnchad grandson of Rónán.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS671">
 CS671.0

Kalends.

 CS671.1

Death of Oswy son of Aethelfrith, king of the Saxons.

 CS671.2

The killing of Sechnusach son of Blamac, king of Temair, at the beginning of winter.

  1. Full of bridles, full of horse-switches
    Was the house in which Sechnasach used to be;
    There was much surplus to the yard-measure
    In the house in which Blamac's son used to be.
Dub Dúin, king of Cenél Cairpri, killed him.

 CS671.3

Brann Finn son of Mael Ochtraig died.

 CS671.4

Mael Ruba's voyages to Britannia.

</div2>
 p.79<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS672">
 CS672.0

Kalends.

 CS672.1

The battle of Dúngal son of Mael Tuile, king of Cénel Bógaine; Loingsech was victor and Dúngal fell.

 CS672.2

Death of Cumascach son of Rónán.

 CS672.3

Cenn Faelad son of Blamac begins to reign.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS673">
 CS673.0

Kalends.

 CS673.1

The killing of Domangart son of Domnall Brec, king of Dál Riata.

 CS673.2

The voyage to Ireland of Failbe, abbot of Ia.

 CS673.3

Mael Ruba founded the church of Apor Crossán.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS674">
 CS674.0

Kalends.

 CS674.1

The killing of Congal Cennfhata son of Dúnchad, king of Ulaid. Béc of Bairche killed him.

 CS674.2

A thin and tremulous cloud in the shape of a rainbow appeared at the fourth vigil of night on the fifth feria preceding Easter, extending from east to west through a clear sky.

 CS674.3

The moon became the colour of blood.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS675">
 CS675.0

Kalends.

 CS675.1

The battle of Cenn Faelad son of Blamac son of Aed Sláine. Cenn Faelad was slain. Fínnechta son of Dúnchad was victor.

 CS675.2

Fínnechta Fledach begins to reign.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS676">
 CS676.0

Kalends.

 CS676.1

Colmán, bishop of Inis Bó Finne, and Fínán son of Airennán rested.

 CS676.2

Destruction of Ailech Frigrenn by Fínnechta son of Dúnchad.

 CS676.3

Failbe returns from Ireland.

 CS676.4

Congal son of Mael Dúin and Aurthulae were killed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS677">
 CS677.0

Kalends.

 CS677.1

A bright comet was seen in the months of September and October.

 CS677.2

Dúnchad son of Ultán, king of Airgialla, was slain in Dún Forgo by Mael Dúin son of Mael Fithrigh.

 CS677.3

A battle between Fínnechta and the Laigin in a place near Loch Gabor, in which Fínnechta was victor.

 p.81
 CS677.4

The encounter of Cúil Maine in which two sons of Mael Iachdain fell.

 CS677.5

Becán of Rum rested in the island of Britain.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS678">
 CS678.0

Kalends.

 CS678.1

Death of Colgu son of Failbe Flann, king of Mumu.

 CS678.2

Dairchell son of Cúréta, bishop of Glenn dá Locha, rested.

 CS678.3

Death of Drost son of Domnall.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS679">
 CS679.0

Kalends.

 CS679.1

Repose of Failbe, bishop of Í.

 CS679.2

Cenn Faelad, the learned, rested.

 CS679.3

The battle of Fínnechta against Béc of Bairche.

 CS679.4

The falling asleep of Nechtan.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS680">
 CS680.0

Kalends.

 CS680.1

Colmán, abbot of Bennchor, rests.

 CS680.2

The killing of Fiannamail son of Mael Tuile, king of Laigin. Foichsechán of his own people slew him for Fínnechta.

 CS680.3

Cathal son of Ragallach dies.

 CS680.4

The battle of the Saxons, in which Aelfwine son of Oswy fell.

 CS680.5

Death of Mael Fothartaig, bishop of Ard Sratha.

 CS680.6

The battle of Bodbgna, in which Conall Oirgnech, i.e. king of Cairpre, fell.

 CS680.7

A most severe leprosy in Ireland called bolgach.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS681">
 CS681.0

Kalends.

 CS681.1

The burning of the kings in Dún Ceithirn i.e. Dúngal son of Scannal, king of the Cruithin, and Cenn Faelad son of Suibne, king of the Ciannachta of Glenn Geimin, Mael Dúin son of Mael Fithrich, at the beginning of summer.

 CS681.2

Ciar daugher of Duibrea rested.

 CS681.3

The battle of Bla Sléibe afterwards at the beginning of winter in which Mael Dúin son of Mael Fithrich was slain by the Ciannachta of Glenn Geimin and by Flann Finn son of Mael Tuile.

 CS681.4

The killing of Conall son of Dúnchad in Cenn Tíre.

 CS681.5

The killing Sechnasach son of Airmedach, and Conaing son of Congal.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS682">
 CS682.0

Kalends.

 CS682.1

The killing of Cenn Faelad son of Colgu, king of Connacht; Ulcha p.83 Derg grandson of Caillaidhe of the Conmaicne Cúile slew him.

 CS682.2

The battle of Ráith Mór Maigi Lini against the Britons, in which Cathasach son of Mael Dúin, king of the Cruithin, fell, and Ultán son of Dícuill.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS683">
 CS683.0

Kalends.

 CS683.1

Dúnchad of Muirisc, son of Mael Dub, i.e. king of Connacht, was killed.

 CS683.2

The battle of Corann in which fell Colgu son of Blamac and Fergus son of Mael Dúin, king of Cenél Cairpri.

 CS683.3

Beginning of the mortality of children in the month of October.

 CS683.4

The falling asleep of Airmedach of In Chraeb.

 CS683.5

Colmán abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis rested. He was from Airtech.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS684">
 CS684.0

Kalends.

 CS684.1

The mortality of the children.

 CS684.2

Death of Maine, abbot of Naendruim.

 CS684.3

The battle of Caisel Finnbarr.

 CS684.4

Loch nEchach was turned into blood this year.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS685">
 CS685.0

Kalends.

 CS685.1

A great windstorm and earthquake in the island of Ireland.

 CS685.2

The Saxons laid waste Mag Breg, and many churches, in the month of June.

 CS685.3

Death of Conall son of Guaire.

 CS685.4

The death of Bresal son of Fergus, i.e. king of Coba from disease.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS686">
 CS686.0

Kalends.

 CS686.1

Domnall Brec son of Eochu fell by Haon king of the Britons in the battle of Sraith Carun.

 CS686.2

The killing of Rothachtach and of Dargart son of Finngaine.

 CS686.3

Forcron, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS687">
 CS687.0

Kalends.

 CS687.1

The killing of Feradach son of Congal.

 CS687.2

Repose of Do-Chuma Conon, abbot of Glenn dá Locha.

 p.85
 CS687.3

The falling asleep of Roisténe, abbot of Corcach Mór.

 CS687.4

Death of Oiséne, bishop of the monastery of Finntan i.e. Munnu son of Finnguine.

 CS687.5

Adamnán brought back sixty former captives to Ireland.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS688">
 CS688.0

Kalends.

 CS688.1

Repose of Segéne, bishop of Ard Macha.

 CS688.2

The slaying of Canu son of Gartnaid.

 CS688.3

Fínnechta assumed clerical life.

 CS688.4

The battle of Imlech won by Niall son of Cernach Sotal over Conglach son of Conaing, in which fell Dub da Inber, king of Ard Ciannachta, and Uarchride, grandson of Oiséne, king of Conaille. Congalson son of Conaing escaped by flight.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS689">
 CS689.0

Kalends.

 CS689.1

Fínnechta returns to kingship.

 CS689.2

Iolán, bishop of Cenn Garad, died.

 CS689.3

The killing of Diarmait of Mide i.e. king of Mide, son of Airmedach Caech, by Aed son of Dluthach king of Fir Chúl.

 CS689.4

Death of Cathusach, grandson of Domnall Brec.

 CS689.5

Death of Feradach son of Tuathalán.

 CS689.6

Death of Mael Dúin son of Conall Crannamna.

 CS689.7

Part of the sun was darkened.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS690">
 CS690.0

Kalends.

 CS690.1

Congal son of Mael Dúin son of Aed Bennán, king of Mumu, was killed by a scolasticus, and Dunchad son of Orc Doith and Ailill son of Dúngal, king of the Cruithin, were killed.

 CS690.2

In this year Bede made a book De natura rerum et temporibus, both text and diagram.

 CS690.3

Death of Finnguine the Tall and Feradach Méth son of Nechtlec: and Coblaith, daughter of Canu dies.

 CS690.4

Bran son of Conall, king of Laigin, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS691">
 CS691.0

Kalends.

 CS691.1

Crónán son of Cú Cailne, abbot of Bennchor dies

 CS691.2

Theodore, bishop of Britain, rested.

 CS691.3

Fidchellach son of Flann, king of Uí Maine, rested or dies.

</div2>
 p.87<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS692">
 CS692.0

Kalends.

 CS692.1

Adamnán sets out for Ireland 14 years after the repose of Failbe.

 CS692.2

The moon turned to the colour of blood on the feast of the Nativity of St. Martin.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS693">
 CS693.0

Kalends.

 CS693.1

Death of Dirath, bishop of Ferna, and Bran grandson of Faelán, king of Laigin, died.

 CS693.2

A battle between the Osraige and the Laigin in which Faelchar grandson of Mael Odor fell.

 CS693.3

A battle against the son of Penda.

 CS693.4

A bloody rain fell in Laigin.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS694">
 CS694.0

Kalends.

 CS694.1

Crónán Bec, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, died Crón Bec, i.e. his kin were of the Cuailgne.

 CS694.2

Death of Crónán of Balna.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS695">
 CS695.0

Kalends.

 CS695.1

Fínnechta son of Dúnchad son of Aed Sláine, king of Ireland, and Bresal his son, were killed in Grellach Dollaith by Aed son of Dluthach son of Ailill son of Aed Sláine i.e. king of Fír Chúl, and by Conglach son of Conaing son of Aed Sláine.

 CS695.2

Repose of Menn Bairenn, abbot of Achad Bó.

 CS695.3

Loingsech son of Oengus begins to reign.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS696">
 CS696.0

Kalends.

 CS696.1

The killing of Domnall son of Conall Crannamna.

 CS696.2

Finnguine son of Cú cen Máthair, king of Mumu, dies.

 CS696.3

Fergal son of Ardgal son of Guaire of Aidne i.e. king of Connacht dies.

 CS696.4

Lóchéne Menn the learned, abbot of Cell Dara, was killed.

 CS696.5

Conglach son of Conaing son of Congal son of Aed Sláine died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS697">
 CS697.0

Kalends.

 CS697.1

Adamnán proceeded to Ireland and gave the Lex Innocentium to the people.

 p.89
 CS697.2

Mo-Ling of Luachair fell asleep.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS698">
 CS698.0

Kalends.

 CS698.1

A battle in Fernmag in which fell Conchobor of Macha son of Mael Dúin i.e. king of Ind Airthir, and Aed of Aire, king of Dál nAraidi.

 CS698.2

Death of Forannán, abbot of Cell Dara.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS699">
 CS699.0

Kalends.

 CS699.1

Philip ruled one year and six months.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS700">
 CS700.0

Kalends.

 CS700.1

The cattle mortality broke out in Ireland on the Kalends of February in Mag Trega in Tethba.

 CS700.2

Repose of Aed, an anchorite from Sléibte.

 CS700.3

A great frost in this year so that the lakes and rivers of Ireland froze, and the sea between Ireland and Scotland froze so that there was travelling between them on ice.

 CS700.4

Flann son of Cenn Faelad son of Suibne was killed.

 CS700.5

Famine and pestilence prevailed in Ireland for three years so that man ate man.

 CS700.6

Flann son of Mael Tuile, king of Cenél Eógain, was killed.

 CS700.7

Conall son of Suibne, king of Dési, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS701">
 CS701.0

Kalends.

 CS701.1

Ailill son of Cú cen Máthair, king of Mumu, died.

 CS701.2

Conall son of Doinennach, king of Uí Fhidgeinti, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS702">
 CS702.0

Kalends.

 CS702.1

Muiredach of Mag Aí, king of Connacht, from whom Síl Muiredaig are descended dies.

 CS702.2

Írgalach grandson of Conaing was killed by Britons

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS703">
 CS703.0

Kalends.

 CS703.1

The battle of Mag Cuillinn in Ard Ua nEchdach, between the Ulaid and the Britons, in which Radgann's son, an enemy of God's churches, fell. The Ulaid were victors.

 CS703.2

The battle of Corann won by the Connachta, in which fell Loingsech i.e. son of Óengus, king of Ireland, together with his three sons Ardgal and Connachtach and Flann Gerg, and two sons of Colgu, and Dub Díberg son of Dúngal and Fergus Forcraid and Congal of Gabar, and many other leaders fell. p.91 On Saturday, the Ides of July, at the sixth hour, this battle was fought. Cellach son of Ragalach son of Uatu was victor.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS704">
 CS704.0

Kalends.

 CS704.1

Destruction of the Dál Riata in Linn Limniae.

 CS704.2

Adamnán, abbot of Ía rested in the 78th year of his age, on the 9th of the Kalends of October.

 CS704.3

A battle at Claenath, in which Cellach of Cualu was victor, and Bodbchad of Mide son of Diarmait fell, Focartach grandson of Cernach fled.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS705">
 CS705.0

Kalends.

 CS705.1

The battle of Corcu Mruad, in which Céilechair son of Comán fell.

 CS705.2

Cellach son of Ragallach, king of Connacht, died after entering clerical life.

 CS705.3

Congal son of Fergus begins to reign.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS706">
 CS706.0

Kalends.

 CS706.1

Do-Chonna of Daire, and Oiséne son of Gallust, from Fremuinn of the Calraige of Tethba, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS706.2

Conchobor son of Mael Dúin king of Cenél Cairpri, dies.

 CS706.3

Flann Febla, abbot of Ard Macha, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS707">
 CS707.0

Kalends.

 CS707.1

Conodur of Fobar died.

 CS707.2

The slaying of Indrechtach son of Dúnchad i.e. of Muirisc, king of the three Connachta. Fergal son of Mael Dúin, king of Cenél Eógain, and Fergal son of Loingsech, king of Cenél Conaill, slew him.

 CS707.3

Coibdenach, bishop of Ard Sratha, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS708">
 CS708.0

Kalends.

 CS708.1

Cú Chuaráin, king of the Cruithin and the Ulaid, was killed. Finchú ua Rebáin slew him.

 CS708.2

The murrain of cows raged again.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS709">
 CS709.0

Kalends.

 CS709.1

The battle of Eile in treachery, in which Lethlabar p.93 son of Echaid, Cú Allaid and Cú Dinaisc were killed.

 CS709.2

Cathal son of Muiredach i.e. king of Connacht rested.

 CS709.3

Mael Doborchon, bishop of Cell Dara, rested.

 CS709.4

A pestilence called bacach with dysentery in Ireland.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS710">
 CS710.0

Kalends.

 CS710.1

Conmael son of Failbe, abbot of Ia, rested.

 CS710.2

Congal son of Fergus, king of Temair, died suddenly.

 CS710.3

Fergal begins to reign.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS711">
 CS711.0

Kalends.

 CS711.1

The battle of the Uí Méith in which Tnúthach son of Mochloinges, king of Uí Méith, and Cú Raí son of Aed son of Dlúthach fell. Fergal was victor.

 CS711.2

Cenn Faelad abbot of Fobar dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS712">
 CS712.0

Kalends.

 CS712.1

A battle between the descendents of Aed Sláine, in which Maine son of Niall son of Cernach was killed. Flann son of Aed of Dlúthach was victor.

 CS712.2

Cú Cerca, king of Osraige, dies.

 CS712.3

Dub Gualu, abbot of Glenn da Locha, rested.

 CS712.4

The battle of Carn Feradaig in which fell Cormac son of Maenach, king of Mummu.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS713">
 CS713.0

Kalends.

 CS713.1

Baetán bishop of Inis Bó Finne died.

 CS713.2

Failbe Bec, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS713.3

Cormac son of Ailill, king of Mummu, was killed in battle.

 CS713.4

Sechnasach, king of Uí Maine, died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS714">
 CS714.0

Kalends.

 CS714.1

A battle at Bile Teined in Asal won by Murchad of Mide, where Flann son of Aed son of Dlúthach and Dub Dúin grandson of Béc fell and Colgu and Aed Cluasach son of Diarmait in a counter-attack.

 CS714.2

Fogartach grandson of Cernach was expelled from the kingship. He went to Britain.

 CS714.3

A bright night in the autumn.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS715">
 CS715.0

Kalends.

 CS715.1

Cellach of Cualu, king of Laigin, died.

 p.95
 CS715.2

The killing of Murchad son of Diarmait son of Airmedach Caech, king of Uí Néill, by Conall Grant grandson of Cernach.

 CS715.3

Domnall son of Cathal, king of Connacht, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS716">
 CS716.0

Kalends.

 CS716.1

Fogurtach grandson of Cernach reigns again.

 CS716.2

Kalends. Death of Céile Tigernaig abbot of Cluain Eóis.

 CS716.3

Flann Foirbthe son of Goartach dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS717">
 CS717.0

Kalends.

 CS717.1

Dúnchad son of Cenn Faelad, abbot of Ia, dies.

 CS717.2

Expulsion of the community of Ia beyond Dorsum Brittaniae by king Nechtan.

 CS717.3

An encounter between the Dál Riata and the Britons at the rock called Minuirce, and the Britons were defeated.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS718">
 CS718.0

Kalends.

 CS718.1

Béc of Bairche died.

 CS718.2

The battle of Cenannas, in which Tuathal grandson of Faelchú and Gormgal son of Aed son of Dlúthach and Amalgaid grandson of Conaing and his brother Fergal. Conall Grant was victor, and this Conall Grant grandson of Cernach was killed on that day after the battle by Fergal son of Mael Dúin.

 CS718.3

A crown-shaped tonsure is given to the community of Ia.

 CS718.4

A shower of honey rained on Othan Bec, a shower of silver upon Othan Mór, a shower of blood upon the foss of Laigin. Hence Niall Frosach son of Fergal, who was born at that time, is so named.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS719">
 CS719.0

Kalends.

 CS719.1

An encounter among the Laigin, in which Aed son of Cellach fell.

 CS719.2

The laying waste of the Laigin five times in a single year by the Uí Néill.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS720">
 CS720.0

Kalends.

 CS720.1

A rainy summer.

 CS720.2

Sínach of Inis Clothrann fell asleep.

 CS720.3

A great sea-flood in the month of October.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS721">
 CS721.0

Kalends.

 CS721.1

A battle between the Connachta and Corco Baiscinn, in which Talamnach's or Tomaltach's son fell.

 p.97
 CS721.2

An invasion of the Laigin, and the cattle-tribute was imposed and the hostages of the Laigin secured by Fergal.

 CS721.3

Inmesgach the religious established a law with the peace of Christ over the island of Ireland i.e. in Mag Delenn.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS722">
 CS722.0

Kalends.

 CS722.1

The battle of Almain between Murchad son of Bran, king of Laigin, and Fergal son of Mael Dúin, king of Ireland, on the third of the Ides of December, the sixth feria. The number of Síl Cuinn when they came to the battle of Almain was 20,000. These are the kings of the descendants of Conn who fell in the battle: Fergal son of Mael Dúin, king of Ireland, with 160 followers, Conall Menn, king of Cenél Cairpre and Forbasach king of Cenél Bógaine and Fergal grandson of Aithechdai and Fergal son of Echaid of Lemna, king of Tamnach, Congalach son of Conaing and Éicnech son of Colcu, king of Ind Airthir, Coibdenach son of Fiachra, Muirgius son of Conall, Lethaitech son of Cú Carat, Aedgein grandson of Mathgnae, Nuadu son of Orc, king of Goll and Irgoll, and ten descendants of Mael Fithrigh. These are the kings of the North. These following are the kings of the Uí Néill of the south: i.e. Flann son of Ragllach, Ailill son of Feradach, Aed Laigen grandson of Cernach, Suibne son of Conglach, Nia son of Cormac, Dub da Crích son of Dub da Inber, Ailill son of Conall Grant, Flaithemail son of Dlúthach, Fergus grandson of Eogan. This is the total number of kings who fell, and 160 of Fergal's attendants, and others, and nine volatiles i.e. madmen.

Cubretan, son of Congus, cecinit:—

  1. A crimson, bloody battle is invoked,
    O good Fergal; O, dear to us;
    The people of the son of Mary were sorrowful
    After the taking of the roof from over his head.
  2. The Leper's cow was killed
    Beside his abode;
    Woe! the hand that wounded its neck
    Ere coming into battle with the son of Bran.
  3. If there be any who would give battle,
    If in hostiltity with the son of Bran,
    More formidable to me than the Druid
    Is the satire which the Leper utters.
 p.99 Nuadha Ua Lomthuili cecinit:—
  1. As an omen of the destruction of Almhain's day,
    Contending for the cows of Bregh-magh,
    A red-mouthed, sharp-beaked raven
    Croaked over Fergal's head.
  2. The trophies of noble Almhain were the prostrate,
    Entreating a respite from each element;
    Including seven mighty thousands,
    The band of great Fergal, son of Maelduin.
  3. A hundred prosperous chieftains died,
    Powerful, sumptuous, festive;
    Along with seven furious lunatics,
    And seven thousand armed men.

6

</div2>
 p.101<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS804">
 CS804.0

Violent thunder and wind and lightning on the night before Saint Patrick's day which killed many persons, i.e. one thousand and ten in Corcu Baiscinn.

 CS804.1

The Laigin were attcked by Domnall.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS805">
 CS805.0

Kalends.

 CS805.1

Muiredach son of Aimirgein, abbot of Leithglenn, rested.

 CS805.2

Muirchertach son of Donngal, king of Bréifne, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS806">
 CS806.0

Kalends.

 CS806.1

A great pestilence in Ireland this year.

 CS806.2

Gormgal son of Dinadach, abbot of Ard Macha, rested.

 CS806.3

The community of Ia was killed by heathens, i.e. sixty-eight.

 CS806.4

Patrick's law promulgated by Aed son of Niall.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS807">
 CS807.0

Kalends.

 CS807.1

Connmach son of Dub dá Leithe, abbot of Ard Macha, died suddenly.

 CS807.2

Building of the new monastery of Colum Cille at Cenannas.

 CS807.3

The heathens burned Inis Muiredaig and invaded Ros Cam.

 CS807.4

The moon was turned to the colour of blood.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS808">
 CS808.0

Kalends.

 CS808.1

Death of Torbach, abbot of Ard Macha.

 CS808.2

Fínnechta son of Cellach, king of Laigin, dies.

 CS808.3

Repose of Toicthech, abbot of Ard Macha.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS809">
 CS809.0

Kalends.

 CS809.1

Aed, abbot of Glenn dá Locha, rested.

 CS809.2

Finnbil, abbess of Cluain Brónaig rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS810">
 CS810.0

Kalends.

 CS810.1

Anluan son of Conchobar, king of Aidne, dies.

 CS810.2

Guaire, abbot of Glenn dá Locha, rested.

 CS810.3

Tadc and Flaithnia, two sons of Muirgius, were killed by the Luigni. Devastation of the Luigni by Muirgius.

</div2>
 p.103<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS811">
 CS811.0

Kalends.

 CS811.1

Nuadu, abbot of Ard Macha, went to Connacht with Patrick's law and his cáin.

 CS811.2

This was a year of prodigies. It was in it the Céle Dé came overseas from the south, dry footed, without a calud, and a written scroll used to be given him from heaven from which he used to instruct the Irish, and it used to be taken up again when the instruction was finished; and the Céle Dé used to go daily overseas southwards after finishing the instruction. It was in it that blood was made of the cakes, and blood would flow from them when being cut. It was in it the birds would speak with human voice.

 CS811.3

A slaughter of the heathens by the Ulaid.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS812">
 CS812.0

Kalends.

 CS812.1

Nuadu of Loch Uama, bishop and abbot of Ard Macha, rested.

 CS812.2

A slaugther of the heathens by the men of Umall.

 CS812.3

A slaughter of the Conmaicne by the heathens.

 CS812.4

A slaughter of the heathens in Mumu i.e. by Cobthach.

 CS812.5

The south was plundered by Muirgius son of Tomaltach.

 CS812.6

Daire's law promulgated in Connacht.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS813">
 CS813.0

Kalends.

 CS813.1

A slaughter of the men of Umall by the heathens in which fell Cosrach son of Flannabra and Dúnchad, king of Umall.

 CS813.2

Carolus, king of the Franks, and emperor of Europe, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS814">
 CS814.0

Kalends.

 CS814.1

Eiterscél, bishop and abbot of Glenn Dá Locha, rested.

 CS814.2

Fairchellach of Fobar of the Gailenga Móra abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS814.3

Ciarán's law was exalted at Cruachain by Muirgius son of Tomaltach.

 CS814.4

Great distress and severe illnesses.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS815">
 CS815.0

Kalends.

 CS815.1

Death of Muirgius son of Tomaltach, king of Connacht.

 CS815.2

Conall son of Niall, king of Brega, dies.

 CS815.3

Cluain Crema was plundered by the men of Bréifne. People were killed therein.

</div2>
 p.105<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS816">
 CS816.0

Kalends.

 CS816.1

The burning of Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS816.2

Death of Cathal son of Ailill of Uí Fhiachrach.

 CS816.3

Tibraide, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénaind. died.

 CS816.4

Suibne, son of Cuanu, of the Uí Bruín Seola, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested thirty days after the burning of Cluain.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS817">
 CS817.0

Kalends.

 CS817.1

Cú Congelt son of Cathal, king of the Laigin Desgabair, died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS818">
 CS818.0

Kalends.

 CS818.1

Muiredach son of Bran, one of the two kings of Laigin, died.

 CS818.2

Artri, superior of Ard Macha, went to Connacht with the shrine of Patrick.

 CS818.3

A battle, i.e. the battle of Foráth, was fought in the territory of Delbna Nuadat, in which the Uí Maini with their king, i.e. Cathal son of Murchad, and very many others, were killed. The kings of Uí Briúin, i.e. Diarmait son of Tomalach and Mael Cothaid son of Fogartach, were victors.

 CS818.4

Diarmait, abbot of Ia, went to Scotland with the shrine of Colum Cille.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS819">
 CS819.0

Kalends.

 CS819.1

The laying waste of Laigin by Aed son of Niall.

 CS819.2

The death of Aed son of Niall Frosach at Áth Dá Ferta in the Plain of Conaille.

 CS819.3

A battle between the Cenél Eógain and the Cenél Conaill in which Mael Bresail son of Murchad, king of Cenél Conaill, fell. Murchad, son of Mael Dúin, was victor.

 CS819.4

Cathal son of Dunlaing, king of Uí Cheinnselaig, dies.

 CS819.5

Conchobor son of Donnchad rules.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS820">
 CS820.0

Kalends.

 CS820.1

Ailebra grandson of Muirle, bishop of Air and Damliac, dies.

 CS820.2

Feidlimid son of Crimthann assumed the kingship of Mumu.

</div2>
 p.107<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS821">
 CS821.0

Kalends.

 CS821.1

Conchobar son of Donnchad made an expedition to Ardachad of Sliab Fuait. Int Airthir was laid waste by him as far as Emain Macha.

 CS821.2

Coenwulf, king of Saxons, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS822">
 CS822.0

Kalends.

 CS822.1

Abnormal frost so that the seas, lakes and rivers froze, and herds of horses and loads were brought across them.

 CS822.2

Eochu grandson of Tuathal, bishop and abbot of Lugbad, rested.

 CS822.3

Daiminis and Corcach were plundered by the heathens.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS823">
 CS823.0

Kalends.

 CS823.1

Conaing i.e. son of Congal, king of Tethba, died.

 CS823.2

Congalach son of Írgalach, tanist-abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS823.3

Patrick's law imposed on Mumu by Feidlimid son of Crimthann.

 CS823.4

Rónán abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, resigned his office as abbot.

 CS823.5

The profanation of Cluain moccu Nóis by Cathal son of Ailill, king of Uí Maine, against the tanist abbot from Munu, i.e. Flann son of Flaithbertach of the Uí Forgo, and he threw him into the Shannon so that he perished. Seven churches were adjudged to Cluain moccu Nois for that.

 CS823.6

A defeat inflicted by Cathal son of Ailill on Feidlimid son of Crimthann in Mad Aí, in which many fell.

  1. Strong were
    the Connachtmen in Magh Ai;
    They were weak
    against Feidhlimidh.

 CS823.7

Heathens invaded Bennchor the great.

 CS823.8

Galinne of the Britons with all its dwelling-places and oratory was burned by Feidlimid son of Crimthann.

 CS823.9

Fire from heaven struck the abbot's mansion in Ard Macha and burned it.

 CS823.10

The death of Fergus son of Loingsech, abbot of Ard Macha.

</div2>
 p.109<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS824">
 CS824.0

Kalends.

 CS824.1

The plunder of Bennchor by heathens.

 CS824.2

The battle of Finnubair in which Aed son of Fogartach and many others fell.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS825">
 CS825.0

Kalends.

 CS825.1

Diarmait grandson of Aed Róin, anchorite and teacher of religion for Ireland, died.

 CS825.2

A grest pestilence in Ireland affecting the old and the weak;

 CS825.3

there was great famine and scarcity of bread.

 CS825.4

The plundering of Dún Lethglaise by the heathens.

 CS825.5

The burning of Mag Bile with its oratories by the heathens.

 CS825.6

The Ulaid inflicted a rout on the heathens in Mag Inis, in which very many fell.

 CS825.7

The heathens inflicted a rout on the Osraige.

 CS825.8

The plundering of Inis Daimle by the heathens.

 CS825.9

The violent death of Blamac son of Flann at the hands of the heathens in Ia Coluim Chille.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS826">
 CS826.0

Kalends.

 CS826.1

Niall son of Diarmait, king of Mide, dies.

 CS826.2

The son of Loingsech, abbot of Ard Macha, dies.

 CS826.3

Art son of Diarmait, king of Tethba, was killed.

 CS826.4

Clemens, abbot of Cluain Iraird, rested.

 CS826.5

The mortal wounding of Artri son of Muirgius, king of Tethba.

 CS826.6

Daire's law was brought to Connacht again.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS827">
 CS827.0

Kalends.

 CS827.1

The dishonouring of Eógan in Ard Macha by Cumascach son of Cathal, king of Airgialla, by Artri son of Conchobar; and of this Eógan, lector of Mainstir, spoke this verse when he sent his psalm-singer to speak to Niall Caille, asking him to defend the successorship of Patrick for him:

  1. Tell to the illustrious Niall
    The warning of Eoghan, son of Anmchadh:
    That he will not be in the power in which he was,
    Unless his confessor is Abbot.

It was Artri son of Conchobar that was successor of Patrick at that time; he was uterine brother to the king of Airgialla, i.e. Cumascach son of Cathal. The short of it p.111 is, the kings assemble their armies and the battle of Leth Cam in Mag Enir is given by Niall son of Aed against the Airgialla and the Ulaid, in which fell Muiredach, son of Eochu, king of Ulaid, and Cumuscach son of Cathal, king of Airgialla, and Congalach his brother, and other kings of the Airgialla; and Eógan of Mainstir held the chief successorship of Patrick for nine years there after, by the power of Niall Caille. And it was to foretell that battle that Dá-Ciaróc, saint of Airecal i.e. a cell sang:

  1. Lethe-cam—
    Great heroes shall perish there;
    They shall be overtaken from Lethe-Luin,
    Though far, though late, though slow.

It was prophesying that battle that Béc son of Dé said:

  1. Lethe-cam—
    A fierce pair shall there meet:
    Eoghan shall be King over Eoghan—
    Noble the conflict which will be there.

A senior of the community of Ard Macha sang after the battle:

  1. Not well have we gained our goal;
    Not well have we passed beyond Lere (i.e. Lann Lere);
    Not well have we taken Eoghan,
    In preference to any pilgrim in Erin.

 CS827.2

The vice abbacy of Cluain moccu Nóis was given to the Munstermen, which was not so previously.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS828">
 CS828.0

Kalends.

 CS828.1

Uata son of Diarmait, king of Tethba, was killed.

 CS828.2

A battle-rout was inflicted on the heathens by Cairpre, son of Cathal, king of Uí Cheinnselaig, and by the community of Tech Munnu.

 CS828.3

Death of Mureidach son of Ruadrí, king of Laigin.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS829">
 CS829.0

Kalends.

 CS829.1

Cerball son of Fínnechta, king of Delbna Bethra, dies.

 CS829.2

Diarmait, abbot of Ia, went to Scotland with the halidoms of Colum Cille.

 CS829.3

A battle-rout of the Connachta by the men of Mide.

</div2>
 p.113<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS830">
 CS830.0

Kalends.

 CS830.1

Óengus son of Dúnchad, king of Tethba, dies.

 CS830.2

Cormac son of Suibne, bishop and abbot of Cluain Iraird, rested.

 CS830.3

The burning of Foire by Feidlimid.

 CS830.4

Suibne son of Fairnech, abbot of Daiminis, rested in Ard Macha.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS831">
 CS831.0

Kalends.

 CS831.1

Diarmait came back to Ireland with the halidoms of Colum Cille.

 CS831.2

Muirenn, abbess of Cell Dara, rested.

 CS831.3

Conaille was invaded by the heathens, and they captured Mael Brigte, its king, and his brother Canannán, and they were taken away to their ships.

 CS831.4

The plundering of the Life by Conchobar son of Donnchad.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS832">
 CS832.0

Kalends.

 CS832.1

The first plundering of Ard Macha by the heathens three times in one month.

 CS832.2

The plundering of Lugbad and Mucnám and Uí Méith and Druim Ublae and other churches.

 CS832.3

The plundering of Dam Liac of Ciannán and the sept of the Cianacht with their churches by the heathens.

 CS832.4

Tuathal son of Feradach was taken away by the heathens, and Adamnán's shrine from Domnach Maigen.

 CS832.5

Bethra was plundered three times by Feidlimid.

 CS832.6

The burning of the church-lands of Ciarán's Cluain by Feidlimid son of Crimthann.

 CS832.7

The plundering of Lis Mór by the heathens.

 CS832.8

The death of Conchobor son of Donnchad, king of Temair.

 CS832.9

The repose of Cinaed son of Artri.

 CS832.10

Niall Caille reigns.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS833">
 CS833.0

Kalends.

 CS833.1

Niall and Murchad routed the foreigners in Daire Calgaig.

 CS833.2

Cluain Dolcáin was plundered by the heathens.

 p.115
 CS833.3

Members of the community of Cluain moccu Nóis were put to death and their church-lands burned to the very door of their church by Feidlimid king of Cashel. The community of Dairmag were treated likewise—to the very door of their church.

 CS833.4

Death of Diarmait son of Tomaltach, king of Connacht.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS834">
 CS834.0

Kalends.

 CS834.1

Eógan of Mainistir, abbot of Ard Macha, rested.

 CS834.2

Affraic, abbess of Cell Dara, rested.

 CS834.3

Cellach, son of Bran, king of Laigin, and Cinaed son of Conaing, king of Brega, die.

 CS834.4

Dúnchad son of Scannlán, king of Uí Fhidgeinte, won a battle against the heathens, in which many of them fell.

 CS834.5

Glenn dá Locha was plundered by the heathens.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS835">
 CS835.0

Kalends.

 CS835.1

Ferna and Cluain Mór Maedóc were plundered by the heathens, and Mungairit and other churches of Iarmumu were burned by the heathen.

 CS835.2

Aedacán of Lugbad died on pilgrimage in Cluain moccu Nóis.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS836">
 CS836.0

Kalends.

 CS836.1

Suibne son of Ioseph, abbot of Glenn dá Locha, rested.

 CS836.2

Cell Dara was plundered by heathens from Inber Dea, and half of the church was plundered.

 CS836.3

The oratory of Cell Dara was seized by Feidlimid son of Crimtann by force of arms from Forannán, abbot of Ard Macha, and the congregation of Patrick.

 CS836.4

The devastation of Cluain Mór Maedóc by the heathens on the eve of the Nativity 24 Dec.: they slew many and carried off many more.

 CS836.5

A most cruel devastation of all the lands of Connacht by the heathens.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS837">
 CS837.0

Kalends.

 CS837.1

Riacán son of Fínnectha, one of two kings of the Laigin, dies.

 CS837.2

A naval force of the Norsemen sixty ships strong was on the Bóinin, and another one of sixty ships in the river Life. These two forces plundered the plain of Life and the plain of Brega, including churches and laity.

 p.117
 CS837.3

The men of Brega routed the foreigners and six score of the Norsemen fell.

 CS837.4

The heathens won a battle at Inber na mBarc against the Uí Néill from the sea to the Shannon, in which a never-counted number were slaughtered, though the principal kings escaped.

 CS837.5

The burning of Cluain moccu Nóis and Inis Celtra. The churches of all Loch Éirne, and Daiminis, were destroyed by the heathens.

 CS837.6

Saxolf, leader of the foreigners, was killed by the Ciannacht.

 CS837.7

A slaughter of heathens at Carn Feradaigh.

 CS837.8

The heathen inflicted a defeat at the Fertae.

 CS837.9

A slaughter of the heathen at Es Ruad.

 CS837.10

The first taking of Áth Cliath by the heathens.

 CS837.11

Cormac son of Cuillennán was born.

 CS837.12

Cathal son of Muirgius, king of Connacht, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS838">
 CS838.0

Kalends.

 CS838.1

Ruaidhrí son of Donnchad, vice-abbot of Cluain Iraird, and vice-abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS838.2

The heathens won a battle against the Connachta, in which Mael Dúin son of Muirgius and others fell.

 CS838.3

Bran son of Faelán, king of Laigin, died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS839">
 CS839.0

Kalends.

 CS839.1

Muiredach son of Echaid, king of Ulaid, was killed by his own kinsmen, i.e. by Aed and Óengus, and others.

 CS839.2

The foreigners were on Loch nEchach, and from there they plundered the churches and peoples of the north of Ireland.

 CS839.3

Ferna and Corcach were burned by the heathens.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS840">
 CS840.0

Kalends.

 CS840.1

Lugbad was plundered by the heathens from Loch nEcach. They led away captive bishops and priests and scholars.

 CS840.2

Floricus, emperor of the Franks, rested.

 CS840.3

Feidlimid, king of Mumu invaded Mide and Brega, and halted at Temair.

 CS840.4

Fir Chell and Bethra were invaded by Niall son of Aed.

 CS840.5

Death of Murchad son of Aed, king of Connacht.

 CS840.6

Ioseph of Ros, bishop and abbot of Cluain Eóis, rested.

 CS840.7

Cinaed son of Cosrach, king of Bregmaine, was fatally wounded.

</div2>
 p.119<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS841">
 CS841.0

Kalends.

 CS841.1

The heathens were still on Loch nEchach.

 CS841.2

There was a naval camp at Linn Duachaill from which the peoples and churches of Tethba were plundered.

 CS841.3

There was a naval camp at Duiblinn from which the Laigin and Uí Néill were plundered, both peoples and churches, as far as Sliab Bladma.

 CS841.4

The plundering of Cluain Eidnech and the laying waste of Cluain Iraird and Cell Achaid by the heathens.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS842">
 CS842.0

Kalends.

 CS842.1

The heathens still at Duiblinn.

 CS842.2

Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered by heathens from Linn Duachaill.

 CS842.3

Biror and Saiger were plundered by heathens.

 CS842.4

A naval force of the Norsemen was on the Bóinn at Linn Rois, There was also another naval force of the Norsemen at Linn Duachaill. Coemán, abbot of Linn Duachaill, was fatally wounded and burned by heathens.

 CS842.5

Dísert Diarmata was plundered by heathens from Cael Uisci.

 CS842.6

Dúngal son of Fergal, king of Osraige, dies.

 CS842.7

Cennétigh plundered and burned Cluain moccu Nóis.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS843">
 CS843.0

Kalends.

 CS843.1

Fergus son of Fothaid, king of Connacht, dies.

 CS843.2

Donnacán son of Mael Tuile, scribe and anchorite, rested in Italy.

 CS843.3

Mael Ruanaid, king of Mide, dies.

 CS843.4

Conglach son of Irgalach, vice-abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS844">
 CS844.0

Kalends.

 CS844.1

Rónán, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, fell asleep: he was of the Laighne of Ros Tethrach.

 CS844.2

Coirpre son of Cathal, king of Laigin, dies.

 CS844.3

Tolarg son of Aillailed, lord of Fella, was killed by the heathens of Loch Rí, and Finnacán son of Allailed escaped from them.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS845">
 CS845.0

Kalends.

 CS845.1

Forannán abbot of Ard Macha, was taken prisoner by the heathens in Cluain Comarda with his halidoms and following, and they were brought to the ships of Luimnech.

 CS845.2

Dún Masc was plundered by the heathens, and there were killed there Aed son of Dub dá Crích, abbot of Tír dá Glas and Cluain Eidnech, Ceithernach son of Cú Dinaisc, prior of Cell Dara.

 p.121
 CS845.3

There was an encampment of the foreigners under Tuirgéis on Loch Rí, and they plundered Connacht and Mide and burned Cluain moccu Nóis with its oratories, and Cluain Ferta Brénainn, and Tír da glas and Lothea and many monasteries.

 CS845.4

Niall son of Aed inflicted a battle-rout on the heathens in Mag Itha.

 CS845.5

Donnchad son of Follaman and Flann son of Mael Ruanaid were killed by Mael Sechnaid son of Mael Ruanaid.

 CS845.6

Tuirgéis was taken prisoner by Mael Sechnaill and drowned in Loch Uair.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS846">
 CS846.0

Kalends.

 CS846.1

Cathal son of Ailill, king of Uí Maine, Ferdomnach, scholar of Ard Macha, Connmach the Great son of Coscrach, king of Uí Briúin, fell asleep.

 CS846.2

Niall Caille son of Aed, king of Temair, was drowned in the Calann.

 CS846.3

Mael Dúin son of Conall, king of Calatruim, was killed by the Laigin.

 CS846.4

The foreigners won a battle against the Connachta, in which fell Rígán son of Fergus and Mugrón son of Diarmait and Aed son of Cathrannach and others.

 CS846.5

Donnchad son of Amalgaid, king of Uí Echah, dies.

 CS846.6

The church-lands of Ciarán were plundered by Feidlimid son of Crimthann. Ciarán however followed him to Mumu and gave him a thrust of his crozier for it, so that he was afflicted with an internal wound.

 CS846.7

Maelsechlainn rules.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS847">
 CS847.0

Kalends.

 CS847.1

Feidlimid, king of Mumu, an excellent scribe and anchorite of the Irish, rested.

  1. Alas! O God! Feidhlimidh;
    The cold wave of death has drowned him;
    It is a cause of grief to the men of Erinn,
    That the son of Crimthann of Claire lives not.

 p.123
 CS847.2

Mael Sechnaill destroyed the island of Loch Muinremor, overcoming there a large band of wicked men of Luigni and Gailenga who had been plundering the territories in the manner of the heathens.

 CS847.3

Cerball son of Dúngal inflicted a great rout on Agond, in which twelve hundred fell.

 CS847.4

The first plundering of Imlech Ibair by the heathens.

 CS847.5

Eógan son of Edacáin son of Torbarg, an anchorite, rested in Cluain moccu Nóis.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS848">
 CS848.0

Kalends.

 CS848.1

Fínnechta son of Tomaltach, saint of Luibnech, afterwards an anchorite and previously king of Connacht, rested.

 CS848.2

Tuathchar son of Cobthach, king of Luigni, dies.

 CS848.3

Mael Sechnaill won a battle at Forach in which seven hundred fell.

 CS848.4

Ólchobur, king of Mumu, and Lorcan son of Cathlaech, with the Laigin, won a battle against the heathens at Sciath Nechtain, in which fell the jarl Tomrair, tanist of the king of Lochlann, and twelve hundred about him.

 CS848.5

Tigernach, king of Loch Gabor, inflicted a rout on the heathens in the oakwood of Dísert Do-Chonna, in which twelve score fell.

 CS848.6

The Eóganacht of Caisel inflicted a rout on the heathens at Dún MaíIe Tuile, in which five hundred fell.

 CS848.7

An encampment was set up by Ólchobur to take the fortress of Corcach from the heathens.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS849">
 CS849.0

Kalends.

 CS849.1

Conaing son of Flann, king of Brega, dies.

 CS849.2

Niall son of Cinaed, king of Umall, dies.

 CS849.3

Oengus son of Algail, superior of Domnaigh Patrick and Finnachta son of Diarmait abbot of Dam Liac, and Mael Fuataig, abbot of Ard Brecá.in, rested.

 CS849.4

Duiblinn was attacked by Mael Sechnaill and by Tigernach, king of Loch Gabor.

 CS849.5

Flann son of Cuanu, superior of Mainister, rested.

 CS849.6

A naval expedition of seven score ships of adherents of the king of the foreigners came to exact obedience from the foreigners who were before them, and afterwards they caused confusion in the whole of Ireland.

 p.125
 CS849.7

Mael Bresail son of Cernach, king of Mugdorna, was killed by the heathens after the he had changed to clerical life.

 CS849.8

The cross on the green of Sláine was raised in the air and broken and scattered so that some of its top reached Tailtiu and Finnubair Abae.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS850">
 CS850.0

Kalends.

 CS850.1

Cétadach, of the Íb Cormaic of Maenmag, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, and Tuathal son of Feradach, abbot of Rechru and Dairnmag, rested.

 CS850.2

Cinaed son of Conaing, king of Cianacht, rebelled against Mael Sechnaill with the support of the foreigners, and plundered from the Sinann to the sea, both churches and peoples, and he sacked the islands of Loch Gabor, and the oratory of Treoit, with two hundred and seventy people in it, was burned by him, and the oratory of Nuarrach with sixty people.

 CS850.3

The death of Cobthach son of Mael Coba, king of Ciarraige Luachra.

 CS850.4

Rechtabra, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn, rested.

 CS850.5

Loch Laígh in the territory of the Umall among the Connachta vanished.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS851">
 CS851.0

Kalends.

 CS851.1

Ólchobur son of Cinaed, king of Caisel, dies.

 CS851.2

Cinaed son of Conaing, king of Cianacht, was cruelly drowned in a pool i.e. in Angi by Mael Sechnaill and Tigernach, in spite of the guarantees of the nobles of Ireland, and the successor of Patrick in particular.

 CS851.3

The dark heathens came to Áth Cliath, made a great slaughter of the fair foreigners, and plundered the naval encampment, both people and property. The dark heathens made another raid on the fair foreigners at Linn Duachaill, with great slaughter.

 CS851.4

A royal conference in Ard Macha between Mael Sechnaill, accompanied by the nobles of Leth Cuinn, and Matudán with the nobles of Conchobor's Province, and Diarmait and Fethgna with the congregation of Patrick, and Suairlech with the clerics of Mide.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS852">
 CS852.0

Kalends.

 CS852.1

Two successors of Patrick, i.e. Forannán, scribe and bishop and anchorite, and Diarmait, the most learned of all the teachers of Europe, rested.

 p.127
 CS852.2

Ard Macha was laid waste by the foreigners of Linn Duachaill on the day following Summer-Lent.

 CS852.3

The complement of eight score ships of fair foreigners came to Snám Aignech, to do battle with the dark foreigners; they fought for three days and three nights, but the dark foreigners got the upper hand and the others abandoned their ships to them. Stain took flight and escaped, and Iercna fell beheaded.

 CS852.4

Fogartach son of Mael Bresail, king of Airgialla, dies.

 CS852.5

Colum son of Airechtach, abbot of Corcach, rested.

 CS852.6

Fethgna in the successorship of Patrick.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS853">
 CS853.0

Kalends.

 CS853.1

Amlaíb son of the king of Lochlann came to IreIand, and the foreigners of Ireland submitted to him and he took tribute from the Irish.

 CS853.2

Echtigern son of Guaire, king of Laigin Desgabair, was deceitfully killed by Bruatur son of Aed and by Cerball son of Dúngal; and Bruatur son of Aed was deceitfully killed by his own associates on the forty-seventh day after the killing of Echtigern.

 CS853.3

Cathal son of Tomaltach, one of two kings of Ulaid, was killed by the Norsemen.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS854">
 CS854.0

Kalends.

 CS854.1

Mael Sechnaill, king of Temair, went with the men of Mumu to Inneóin na nDéise, and took hostages from them.

 CS854.2

Indrechtach grandson of Fínnechta, successor of Coluim Cille, an excellent scholar, was martyred among the Saxons on the fourth of the Ides l2th of March.

 CS854.3

Muirgel, queen of Laigin, died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS855">
 CS855.0

Kalends.

 CS855.1

The abbess of Cell Dara, i.e. Catrian, rested.

 CS855.2

Aed son of Niall made a foray against the Ulaid, and he left behind dead Coinnecán son of Colmán and Flaithbertach son of Niall and a large number besides.

 CS855.3

Ailill, abbot of Achad Bó, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS856">
 CS856.0

Kalends.

 CS856.1

There was much ice and frost so that the chief lakes and rivers of Ireland could be crossed by people on foot and on horseback from the ninth of the kalends of December 23 Nov. to the seventh of the Ides 7th of January. A stormy year.

 p.129
 CS856.2

Mael Sechnaill son of Maelruanaid was in Caisel and he took hostages from Mumu.

 CS856.3

Great warfare between the heathens and Mael Sechnaill supported by Norse-Irish.

 CS856.4

The slaying of Gormán son of Lonán, heir designate of Cashel, by the heathens at Loch Cenn, A.D. 856.

 CS856.5

The oratory of Lusca was burned by the Norsemen.

 CS856.6

Horm, chief of the dark foreigners, was killed by Rhodri son of Merfyn, king of Wales.

 CS856.7

Sodomna, bishop of Sláine, suffers a violent death at the hands of the Norsemen.

 CS856.8

The death of Niall son of Gillán, having been thirty years without food or drink.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS857">
 CS857.0

Kalends.

 CS857.1

Ímar and Amlaíb inflicted a rout on Cathal the Fair and his Norse-Irish in the lands of Munster.

 CS857.2

Maengal, abbot of Fobar, rested.

 CS857.3

Matudán son of Muiredach, king of Ulaid, dies.

 CS857.4

Three persons were burned in Tailtiu by fire from heaven.

 CS857.5

Bran son of Scannlán, king of Gabrán, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS858">
 CS858.0

Kalends.

 CS858.1

Mael Sechnaill son of Mael Ruanaid with the men of Ireland brought a great army, by which Mumu was burned in one day, and they inflicted a defeat on the men of Mumu at Cam Lugdach, Maelchrón son of Muiredach, one of two kings of the Déisi. being left dead there. Mael Sechnaill then took the hostages of Mumu from Comar Trí nUisce to Inis Tarbnai off the Irish coast, and from Dún Cermna to Ára Airthir.

 CS858.2

Cellach son of Guaire, king of Laigin Desgabair, i.e. Uí Cheinnselaigh, dies.

 CS858.3

Cerball and Ímar inflicted a defeat on the border of Ara Tíre on Cenél Fiachach with the Norse-Irish of Leth Cuinn to the number of six thousand four hundred.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS859">
 CS859.0

Kalends.

 CS859.1

Suairlech, abbot of Achad Bó, rested.

 CS859.2

Faelgus, abbot of Ros Cré, rested.

 CS859.3

A royal conference was held at Ráith Aeda meic Bric of the nobles of Ireland, including Mael Sechnaill, king of Temair, and Fethgna, successor of Patrick, and Suairlech, successor of Finnia, to make peace and amity between the men of Ireland, and p.131 there Cerball, king of Osraige, gave his full dues to Patrick's congregation and his successor, and the Osraige were alienated to Leth Cuinn, and Mael Guala son of Donngal, king of Mumu, warranted the alienation.

 CS859.4

Mael Guala, king of Mumu, was killed by the Norsemen with stones.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS860">
 CS860.0

Kalends.

 CS860.1

Mael Sechnaill, king of Temair, led an army of the Laigin and Mumu and Connacht and the southern Uí Néill into the North, and he halted at Mag Dumai near Ard Macha. Aed son of Niall and Flann son of Conaing attacked their camp by night and killed some people in the middle of the camp, and Aed was defeated and left many dead.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS861">
 CS861.0

Kalends.

 CS861.1

Mide was invaded by Aed Finnliath son of Niall Caille with foreigners

 CS861.2

Gormlaith, daughter of Donnchad, queen of the Irish, died after repentance.

 CS861.3

The battle of Druim dá Maighe won by Mael Sechnaill son of Mael Ruanaid over the foreigners of Dublin.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS862">
 CS862.0

Kalends.

 CS862.1

Domnall son of Ailpín, king of the Picts, died

 CS862.2

Aed son of Niall, king of Ailech, and Flann son of Conaing brought an army to plunder Mide.

 CS862.3

Dálach son of Mael Raiti, abbot of Cluain Iraird, rested.

 CS862.4

Mael Sechnaill son of Maelruanaid, king of all Ireland, died on the third feria, the second of the Kalends of December 30 Nov., in the 16th year of his reign.

 CS862.5

Ruarc son of Braen was slain by the Uí Néill.

 CS862.6

Aed Finnliath son of Niall begins to reign.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS863">
 CS863.0

Kalends.

 CS863.1

Mael Pátraic son of Fianchú, bishop and abbot designate of Ard Macha, rested.

 CS863.2

Muirecán son of Diarmait, king of Nás and eastern Life, was killed by the Norsemen.

 p.133
 CS863.3

Dainél grandson of Luaitide, abbot of Corcach and Lis Mór, was slain.

 CS863.4

Aed son of Niall attacked Connacht.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS864">
 CS864.0

Kalends.

 CS864.1

Lorcán son of Cathal, king of Mide, was blinded by Aed son of Niall, king of Temair.

 CS864.2

Conchobor son of Donnchad, one of two kings of Mide, was put to death in water at Cluain Iraird by Amlaíb, king of the foreigners.

 CS864.3

Aed son of Niall and Flann son of Conaing gained.a great victory over Ainbíth son of Aed and the Ulaid in the territory of the descendants of Conall the Craftsman.

 CS864.4

Edged the Briton, bishop of Cell Dara, and an elder 116 years of age, rested.

 CS864.5

Death of Cermad son of Catharnach, chief of Corco Baiscinn, at the hands of the foreigners.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS865">
 CS865.0

Kalends.

 CS865.1

A solar eclipse on the Kalends 1st of January and a lunar eclipse on the same day.

 CS865.2

Cellach son of Ailill, abbot of Cell Dara and abbot of Ia, fell asleep.

 CS865.3

Tigernach son of Fócarta, king of Loch Gabor and one of two kings of Brega, dies.

 CS865.4

Tadc son of Diarmait, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh, was killed by his own kinsmen.

 CS865.5

The slaying of Colmán son of Dúnlang, king of the Fothartha Tíre, by his own sons.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS866">
 CS866.0

Kalends.

 CS866.1

A rout was inflicted by Aed son of Niall and the Cenél nEógain on the foreigners at Loch Febail and twelve score heads taken of them in a single place.

 CS866.2

Loch Léibhinn was turned to blood, which gave rise to clots of blood like lungs around its edge.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS867">
 CS867.0

Kalends.

 CS867.1

Mael Dúin son of Aed, king of Ailech, dies in religion.

 CS867.2

Robartach of Finnglas, a bishop, rested.

 CS867.3

Conall, bishop of Cell Scíre, rested.

 p.135
 CS867.4

Cormac grandson of Liathán, a bishop, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS868">
 CS868.0

Kalends.

 CS868.1

Cellach son of Cumuscach, abbot of Fobar, died.

 CS868.2

Connmach, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested; he was of the Cenél Echach Gall.

 CS868.3

Daniél, abbot of Glenn dá Locha, rested.

 CS868.4

Cannán son of Dálach, abbot of Dam Liac, rested.

 CS868.5

Fergus, of Ros Ailithir, scribe, rested.

 CS868.6

Aed son of Niall, king of Temair, and Conchobor son of Tadc, king of Connacht, won a battle at Cell ua nDaigri on the 8th of the Ides 6th of September against the Uí Néill of Brega and the Laigin, and a large force of foreigners, i.e. three hundred or more; Flann son of Conaing had five thousand and Aed Finnliath had one thousand; and Flann son of Conaing, king of all Brega, and Diarmait son of Etarscéle, king of Loch Gabor, fell in this battle. Very many of the heathens were slaughtered there, and Fachtna son of Mael Dúin, heir designate of the North, fell in the counterattack of the battle.

 CS868.7

A remarkable eruption of water from Sliab Cualann, with little black fishes.

 CS868.8

Rechtabra son of Murchad, abbot of Corcach, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS869">
 CS869.0

Kalends.

 CS869.1

Martan, of the Dartraige of Daiminis, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis and Daiminis, rested.

 CS869.2

Dúnlang son of Muiredach, king of Debal Laigin, dies.

 CS869.3

Flann son of Ferchar, steward of Ard Macha, dies.

 CS869.4

Mael Ciaráin son of Rónán, royal champion of eastern Ireland, a warrior who plundered the foreigners, was killed.

 CS869.5

Ard Macha was plundered by Amlaíb and burned with its oratories. Ten hundred were carried off or killed, and great rapine also committed.

 CS869.6

Donnacán son of Cétfaid, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh, was treacherously killed by his companion.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS870">
 CS870.0

Kalends.

 CS870.1

Suairlech of Int Eidnén, bishop and abbot of Cluain Iraird, the best exponent of religion in all Ireland, rested.

 CS870.2

Aed son of Niall overran Laigin from Áth Cliath to Gabrán.

 CS870.3

Mael Sechnaill son of Niall, one of two kings of southern Brega, was treacherously killed by Ulf the dark foreigner.

 p.137
 CS870.4

Dálach son of Muirchertach, chief of Cenél Conaill, was killed by his own people.

 CS870.5

Maengal, bishop of Cell Dara, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS871">
 CS871.0

Kalends.

 CS871.1

Cathalán son of Indrechtach, one of two kings of Ulaid, was treacherously killed at the instigation of Aed.

 CS871.2

Amlaíb and Ímar returned to Áth Cliath from Alba with two hundred ships, bringing away with them in captivity to Ireland a great prey of Saxons and Britons.

 CS871.3

Ailill son of Dúnlang, king of Laigin, was killed by the Norsemen.

 CS871.4

Ailill, bishop and abbot of Fobar, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS872">
 CS872.0

Kalends.

 CS872.1

Gnia, superior and bishop of Dam Liac, ended his life in his eighty-eighth year.

 CS872.2

Cenn Faelad grandson of Mochtigern, king of Caisel, rested after prolonged suffering.

 CS872.3

Ferdomnach, of the Mugdorna, superior of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS872.4

Artgal, king of the Britons of Srathclyde, was killed at the instigation of Constantine son of Cinaed.

 CS872.5

Mael Tuile grandson of Dúnán, bishop of Tuilén, rested. It was this Mael Tuile who incited battle between the men of Tethba and the Gailenga and Fir Chúl over Tuilén, and the Gailenga and Fir Chúl were defeated and slaughter inflicted on them on the green of the town; and the name of the place where it was inflicted is thenceforward Coindir an Catha.

 CS872.6

Mugrón son of Mael Cothaid, one of two kings of Connacht, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS873">
 CS873.0

Kalends.

 CS873.1

Uathmarán son of Brócán, king of Uí Fhiachrach Aidne, rested.

 CS873.2

Ímar, king of the Norsemen of all Ireland, rested.

 CS873.3

Connacht was attacked by Dúnchad, king of Caisel, and Cerball with the Osraige.

 CS873.4

Mumu was attacked by the foreigners of Áth Cliath.

</div2>
 p.139<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS874">
 CS874.0

Kalends.

 CS874.1

Aed son of Fiangus, superior and bishop of Ross Comáin, rested.

 CS874.2

Bishop Féthgna, successor of Patrick and head of religion in all Ireland, rested.

 CS874.3

Aed son of Niall led an army to Laigin and they plundered Cell Ausaili and other churches.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS875">
 CS875.0

Kalends.

 CS875.1

Maengal, tanist of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS875.2

Robartach son of the artificer, bishop of Cell Dara, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS876">
 CS876.0

Kalends.

 CS876.1

Constantine son of Cinaed, king of the Picts, dies.

 CS876.2

Congalach son of Fínnechta, king of the Airgialla, dies.

 CS876.3

Cairpre son of Diarmait, king of Uí Cheinnselaig, was killed by his own kinsmen.

 CS876.4

Donngal, bishop of Corcach, died suddenly.

 CS876.5

Rechtabra son of Finnbran, king of the Déisi, rested.

 CS876.6

Eógan Tobair —he was of the Uí Chrimthainn—abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS877">
 CS877.0

Kalends.

 CS877.1

Mael Tuile grandson of Cuanu, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested. He was of the Luigne of Connacht, i.e. of the Gregraige of Ard.

 CS877.2

Rhodri son of Merfyn, king of the Britons, came in flight from the dark foreigners to Ireland.

 CS877.3

A battle at Loch Cuan between the fair heathens and the dark heathens, in which Albann, chief of the dark heathens, fell.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS878">
 CS878.0

Kalends.

 CS878.1

A shower of blood fell and clots of gore and blood were found in the fields, in Ciannacht, at Duma na nDéisi specifically.

 CS878.2

Great wind and lightning.

 CS878.3

An eclipse of the sun i.e. the dark noon.

 CS878.4

The shrine of Colum Cille and his other halidoms arrived in Ireland, having been taken in flight to escape the foreigners.

 CS878.5

Flann son of Mael Sechlainn begins to reign.

</div2>
 p.141<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS879">
 CS879.0

Kalends.

 CS879.1

Aed Finnliath son of Niall Caille, king of Temair, fell asleep on the twelfth of the Kalends of December 20 Nov., the sixth feria, at Druim Inasclainn in the territory of Conaille.

 CS879.2

Mael Coba son of Crunnmael, superior of Ard Macha, and the lector i.e. Mochta, were taken prisoner.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS880">
 CS880.0

Kalends.

 CS880.1

Feradach son of Cormac, abbot of Ia, rested.

 CS880.2

Mael Ciaráin son of Conaing, king of Tethba, rested in religion.

 CS880.3

Domhnall son of Muiricén in the kingship of Laigin.

 CS880.4

Mide was attacked by the men of Mumu as far as Loch nAindinn and Loch Semdile.

 CS880.5

The Laigin were attacked by Flann son of Mael Sechlainn and he brought away their hostages.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS881">
 CS881.0

Kalends.

 CS881.1

Crunnmael of Cluain Chaín, a bishop, rested.

 CS881.2

The oratory of Ciannán was destroyed by the foreigners and many treasures were taken from it. Afterwards Barith son of Ímar, head of the Norsemen, died by a miracle of God and Ciannán.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS882">
 CS882.0

Kalends.

 CS882.1

Flann son of Mael Sechnaill led an army both of foreigners and Irish into the North. He camped at Mag eter dí Glais, and they invaded Ard Macha, and he took the hostages of Cenél Conaill and Cenél Eógain on that occasion.

 CS882.2

A battle bctween the Conaille of Muirtheimne and the Ulaid in which fell Ainfíth son of Aed king of Ulaid, and Conall son of Mael Dúin, king of Cuib, and others.

 CS882.3

Conchobor son of Tadc, king of the three Connachta, ended his life as an old man.

 CS882.4

Flann son of Mael Sechnaill invaded Mumu and took its hostages.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS883">
 CS883.0

Kalends.

 CS883.1

Mael Ruáin, bishop of Lusca, rested.

 CS883.2

Cumuscach son of Domnall, king of Cenél Loegaire,dies.

 CS883.3

Death of Auisle's son at the hands of Otir son of Eirgne and of Muirgel daughter of Mael Sechnaill.

 p.143
 CS883.4

Eochucán son of Aed, one of two kings of Ulaid, was killed by the sons of Ainfíth son of Aed.

 CS883.5

Cathasach son of Robartach, superior and bishop of Ard Macha, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS884">
 CS884.0

Kalends.

 CS884.1

Domnall son of Muirecán, king of Laigin, was killed by his associates.

 CS884.2

Scannlán, bishop of Cell Dara, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS885">
 CS885.0

Kalends.

 CS885.1

Mael Pátraic i.e. of the Uí Maine, i.e. from Tech Ingine Lingaigh, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS885.2

Maelpadraic son of Mael Curarda, king of the Airgialla, was killed by his associates.

 CS885.3

A solar eclipse, and stars were seen in the heavens.

 CS885.4

Cormac, bishop of Dam Liac, rested after prolonged illness.

 CS885.5

A child at Craeb Laisre spoke two months after its birth.

 CS885.6

Muiredach son of Bran, king of Laigin, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS886">
 CS886.0

Kalends.

 CS886.1

Eiremón son of Aed, one of two kings of Ulaid, was killed by Eolóir son of Iargni.

 CS886.2

Fiachna son of Ainfíth, king of Ulaid was killed by his own people.

 CS886.3

Cell Dara was plundered by the heathens: fourteen score people were taken from it, including the vice-abbot i.e. Suibne son of Dub dá Boireann.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS887">
 CS887.0

Kalends.

 CS887.1

Mael Muire, the learned poet of the Irish, rested.

 CS887.2

A pilgrim came to Ireland with the 'Law of Sunday' and other good instructions, with the leaf given from heaven.

 CS887.3

Mael Ruain, abbot of Dísert Diarmata and Cell Achaidh and Tech Telle, rested.

 CS887.4

Cú cen Máthair, abbot of Imlech Ibair, rested.

 CS887.5

Aedán son of Rechtada, abbot of Ros Cré, rested.

 CS887.6

A slaughter of the foreigners of Luimnech at the hands of the Connachta.

</div2>
 p.145<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS888">
 CS888.0

Kalends.

 CS888.1

Mael Coba, abbot of Ard Macha, rested.

 CS888.2

Donnchad son of Dub dá Bairenn, king of Caisel, rested.

 CS888.3

The foreigners of Duiblinn inflicted a battle rout on Flann son of Mael Sechnaill and there fell there Aed son of Conchobor, king of Connacht, and Lergus son of Cruinnén bishop of Cell Dara, and Donnchad son of Mael Dúin, superior of Cell Delca, and many others.

 CS888.4

Snédgus, scholar of Díseart Diarmata, tutor of Cormac son of Cuilennán, rested.

 CS888.5

Cerball son of Dúnlang, king of Osraige, died suddenly.

 CS888.6

Sigfrith son of Ímar, king of the Norsemen, was treacherously killed by his kinsman.

 CS888.7

A change of tonsure among the celibates of Ireland.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS889">
 CS889.0

Kalends.

 CS889.1

An expedition by Domnall son of Aed with the men of the North of Ireland and the foreigners against the southern Uí Néill.

 CS889.2

The fair of Tailtiu was not held.

 CS889.3

Dub Lachtnai son of Mael Gualu in the kingship of Caisel.

 CS889.4

Tuathchar, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS890">
 CS890.0

Kalends.

 CS890.1

The sky appeared to be on fire on the night of the Kalends of January.

 CS890.2

Mael Odar, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS891">
 CS891.0

Kalends.

 CS891.1

Flann son of Mael Dúin, abbot of la, rested.

 CS891.2

Cormac, superior of Fobar and tanist-abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis rested.

 CS891.3

Suibne son of Mael Umai, anchorite of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS891.4

Cell Dara and Cluain Iraird were plundered by the heathens.

 CS891.5

Mael Fabaill son of Cléirech, king of Aidne, rested.

 CS891.6

The fair of Tailtiu was held by Flann son of Mael Sechnaill.

 CS891.7

A slaughter of the foreigners by the Uí Amalgaid, and Elair son of Barid fell there.

</div2>
 p.147<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS892">
 CS892.0

Kalends.

 CS892.1

Mael Brigte na gamnaidhe, from Gabar i.e. Cell Ula, of the men of Umall, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS892.2

A great windstorm in the month of March, and it blew down trees and carried away the oratories from their foundations.

 CS892.3

Tigernán son of Sellachán, king of Bréifne, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS893">
 CS893.0

Kalends.

 CS893.1

Mochta fosterling of Féthgna, bishop of Ard Macha, rested.

 CS893.2

A disturbance in Ard Macha at Whitsun 27 May between the Cenél Eógain and the Ulaid, in which many fell, i.e. between Aitid son of Laigne and Flaithbertach son of Murchad, until Mael Brigte separated them. Mael Brigte thereafter received his own award and compensation for the insult to Pátraic's honour from the provinces of Ireland, as well as taking their hostages, thirty-seven cumals, and four of the Ulaid hanged, not counting churches and monastic tenants.

 CS893.3

Riacán son of Echtigern, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh, dies.

 CS893.4

Béc son of Eremóin, king of Ulaid, was slain by Aitéid,

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS894">
 CS894.0

Kalends.

 CS894.1

Lachtnán son of Mael Ciaráin, king of Tethba, dies.

 CS894.2

Niall son of Loegaire, king of the Déisi, dies.

 CS894.3

Faelán son of Guaire, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS895">
 CS895.0

Kalends.

 CS895.1

Dub Lachtnai son of Mael Gualai, king of Caisel, dies.

 CS895.2

Mael Petair son of Cuan, bishop of Tír dá Glas, successor of Brénainn, rested.

 CS895.3

Cellach son of Flannacán, king of Brega, was killed by Fogartach son of Tolarg.

 CS895.4

Muiredach son of Eochucán, one of two kings of Ulaid, was killed by Aitéid son of Laigne.

 CS895.5

Mael Aichen, bishop of Ard Macha, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS896">
 CS896.0

Kalends.

 CS896.1

Blamac, superior of Cluain moccu Nóis, i.e. the son of Tairchedach of Bregmaine, rested.

 CS896.2

A slaughter of the foreigners by the Conaille and Aitéid son of Laigne, in which Amlaíb son of Ímar fell, and Glún Tradna son of Glún Iarainn, with eight hundred.

 p.149
 CS896.3

Scolaige son of Macán, king of Delbna Bethra, was slain by the community of Cluain moccu Nóis, and Mael Achaid was slain for it. Mael Achaid, tanist of Cluain moccu Nóis and superior of Daiminis, who stated at the point of death that he was guiltless in the killing of Scolaige, suffered a violent death at the hands of the Delbna in vengeance for Scolaige.

 CS896.4

Saerbrethach son of Conadh, sapiens and bishop and superior of Corcach, rested.

 CS896.5

Flann son of Lónán, the Virgil of the Irish i.e. the chief poet of the Irish, was slain by the Uí Cuirrbuidh i.e. by the Uí Fothaid, at Loch dá Caoch in the Déisi of Mumu.

 CS896.6

Flaithbertach son of Murchad, king of Ailech, was slain by the Uí Bresail.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS897">
 CS897.0

Kalends.

 CS897.1

Mael Finnia, son of Flannacán, inflicted a battle-rout at Rath Cró on the Ulaid and the Dál nAraidi, in which many fell, including Muiredach son of Mac Éitig, king of Dál nAraidi, and the son of Mael Mochéirgi son of Indrechtach i.e. Aindiarraidh, king of Leth Cathail. Aidíth son of Laigne was wounded and escaped.

 CS897.2

Uathmarán son of Conchobor, king of Uí Fhailgi, was killed by his own people.

 CS897.3

Connacht was attacked by Flann son of Mael Sechnaill and its pledges exacted.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS898">
 CS898.0

Kalends.

 CS898.1

Aidíth son of Laigne, king of Ulaid, was treacherously killed by his own people.

 CS898.2

A shower of blood fell in Ard Cianachta.

 CS898.3

The pilgrim departed from Ireland.

 CS898.4

Ard Macha was plundered by the foreigners of Loch Febail and Cumascach was taken prisoner by them and his son, Aed son of Cumascach, slain.

 CS898.5

Ruarc son of Tigernán, king of Bréifne, dies.

 CS898.6

Aedacán son of Conchobor, king of Tethba, dies.

 CS898.7

A battle between Flann son of Mael Sechnaill and his son i.e. Mael Ruanaid, in which many fell.

</div2>
 p.151<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS899">
 CS899.0

Kalends.

 CS899.1

Argadán, abbot of Corcach, rested.

 CS899.2

A rainy year.

 CS899.3

Shortage of bread.

 CS899.4

The Connachta made a raid into the west of Mide.

 CS899.5

Inis Aingin was profaned, and one man was slain in the middle of it, while the shrine of Ciarán was there and an assembly of elders, including Cairpre Crom, bishop, of Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS899.6

The Connachta were defeated at Áth Luain by the west of Mide on the same day, and they left a number behind dead.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS900">
 CS900.0

Kalends.

 CS900.1

Mac Eitigh son of Lethlabar, king of Dál Araidi, dies.

 CS900.2

Tadc son of Conchobor, king of the three Connachta, rested after prolonged suffering.

 CS900.3

Cell Dara was plundered by the heathens.

 CS900.4

The repose of Mael Brigte son of Proilech, chief bishop of Mumu.

 CS900.5

Repose of Domnall son of Constantine, king of Scotland.

 CS900.6

A great woman was cast up from the sea in Alba: she was nine score and twelve feet in length, sixteen feet between her two breasts, her hair fifteen feet long, six the length of her finger, seven the length of her nose. Every part of her was as white as a swan or the foam of a wave.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS901">
 CS901.0

Kalends.

 CS901.1

Mael Ruanaid son of Flann of Mael Sechnaill was killed by the Luigne of Connacht, that is, he was burnt in a house set on fire, i.e. by the sons of Cernachán son of Tadc and by the son of Lorcán son of Cathal. Many others fell there, with three exceptions, i.e. Maelchrón son of Domnall, king of Cenél Loegairi, the superior of Ros Ech i.e. Dub Cuilinn, and another.

 CS901.2

A change of abbots in Cluain moccu Nóis, i.e. Ioseph instead of Dedimus.

 CS901.3

A change of kings in Caisel i.e. Cormac son of Cuilennán succeeded Cenn Gécáin.

 CS901.4

Mael Bresail son of Mael Doraidh, king of Cenél Conaill, was killed in the battle of Sailtini by Murchadh son of Mael Dúin, king of Cenél Eógain.

</div2>
 p.153<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS902">
 CS902.0

Kalends.

 CS902.1

Finnguine, king of Caisel, was killed by his own people.

 CS902.2

The heathens were driven from Ireland, i.e. from the fortress of Áth Cliath, by Cerball son of Muirecán with the Laigin and by Mael Finnia son of Flannacán with the men of Brega; and they abandoned a good number of their ships.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS903">
 CS903.0

Kalends.

 CS903.1

Caínchomrac, bishop and superior of Lugbad, rested.

 CS903.2

Cellach son of Saergus, bishop of Ard Macha, rested.

 CS903.3

Mael Finnia, king of Brega, dies.

 CS903.4

Dub Gilla son of Etarscél, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS904">
 CS904.0

Kalends.

 CS904.1

Ioseph, i.e. of Loch Con, of the Uí Fhiachrach of the north, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS904.2

Cenannas was profaned by Flann son of Mael Sechnaill against Donnchad, i.e. his own son, and many were beheaded there around the oratory.

 CS904.3

Dúngal son of Baíthíne, bishop and superior of Glenn dá Locha, rested.

 CS904.4

Fogartach son of Mael Ruanaid, king of Cenél Conaill, dies.

 CS904.5

Cairpre Cam, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested. It was to him that the spirit of Mael Sechnaill son of Mael Ruanaid appeared.

 CS904.6

Ead, king of the Picts, fell by the two grandsons of Ímar and by Cathal with two hundred.

 CS904.7

Ailech was plundered by the foreigners.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS905">
 CS905.0

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS906">
 CS906.0

Kalends.

 CS906.1

Flann son of Domnall, heir designate of the North, dies.

 CS906.2

Éicnechán son of Dálach, king of Cenél Conaill, dies.

 CS906.3

An expedition by Flann son of Mael Sechnaill and by Cerball son of Muirecán against the people of Mumu, and they harried from Gabrán to Luimnech.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS907">
 CS907.0

Kalends.

 CS907.1

Colmán, bishop of Dam Liac and Lusca, rested.

 p.155
 CS907.2

Fergil, bishop of Finnubair, rested.

 CS907.3

An expedition of the men of Mumu led by Cormac son of Cuilennán and by Flaithbertach to Mag Léna, and Leth Cuinn assembled against them under Flann son of Mael Sechnaill, and Leth Cuinn were defeated.

 CS907.4

The year of the mortality.

 CS907.5

Another expedition by Cormac and by Flaithbertach against the Uí Néill and the Connachta, and they took the hostages of the Connachta and plundered the islands of Loch Ríbh from their fleet.

 CS907.6

A law was imposed by Céle Cléirech on Leth Cuinn.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS ">
 CS908.0

Kalends.

 CS908.1

An expedition by the Cenél Eógain i.e. by Domnall son of Aed and by Niall son of Aed, and they burned Tlachtga.

 CS908.2

The battle of Belach Mugna was won by the Laigin and Leth Cuinn against the men of Mumu, and Cormac son of Cuilennán, king of Caisel, an excellent scribe and bishop and anchorite and the most learned of the Irish, was killed there i.e. it was Fiach ua Ugfadan from Dennlis who slew Cormac. Fogartach son of Suibne, king of Ciarraige Cuirche, and Cellach son of Cerball, king of Osraige, were killed. Ailill son of Eógan, superior of the Trian of Corcach, and Mael Mórda king of Ráith Linne, and Mael Gorm, king of Ciarraige Luachra and many others to the number of 6000 fell there, Colmán superior of Cenn Éitig and king of Corcu Duibne, and many others who are not listed; ut dixit:

  1. Cormac of Feimhin, Fogartach,
    Colman, Ceallach of the hard fights—
    They perished, with many thousands,
    In the battle of famous Bealach Mughna.
  2. Flann of Temhair, of the plain of Tailten,
    Cearbhall of lordly Carman,
    On the Seventeenth of September,
    Gained a battle of which hundreds were joyful.
  3. The Bishop—the soul-friend—
    The renowned, illustrious sage—
    King of Caisel, of great riches—
    O God! Alas for Cormac.
    Cormac.
 p.157 Flann, son of Mael Sechnaill, king of Temair, Cerball son of Muirecán, king of Laigin, Cathal son of Conchobor, king of Connacht were the victors.

 CS908.3

Mael Ograi son of Conglach, king of Loch Gabor, was treacherously killed by Fogartach son of Tolarg.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS909">
 CS909.0

Kalends.

 CS909.1

Cerball son of Muircán, king of Laigin, dies of a sickness, ut dicitur

  1. Great grief that Lífe of firece valour
    Is without the pious, friendly Cerbhall—
    A generous, stayed, prolific man,
    To whom Temhair the splendid was obedient.

 CS909.2

Mugrón son of Sochlachán, king of Uí Maini,dies.

 CS909.3

Béc grandson of Lethlabar, king of Dál Araidi, dies.

 CS909.4

Caittell son of Rhodrí, king of the Britons, dies.

 CS909.5

The oratory of Cluain moccu Nóis was built by Flann son of Mael Sechnaill and Colmán Conaillech.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS910">
 CS910.0

Kalends.

 CS910.1

Flann son of Mael Sechnaill, with his sons, inflicted a battle-rout on the men of Bréifne, in which Flann, son of Tigernán fell, and his son and many others were killed, i.e. three thousand men.

 CS910.2

A remarkable sign occured in this year i.e. two suns ran together on the same day before the nones 6th of May.

 CS910.3

Domnall grandson of Mael Sechnaill and Indrechtach son of Conchobor had a fleet on Loch Dergderc and they defeated the fleet of Mumu and killed many people.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS911">
 CS911.0

Kalends.

 CS911.1

Dúnlang son of Coirpre, heir designate of Laigin, dies.

 CS911.2

Domnall son of Aed, king of Ailech, assumed the pilgrim's staff. Finis Cicli.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS912">
 CS912.0

Kalends.

 CS912.1

Ard Macha was profaned by Cernachán son of Duiligén, i.e. a captive was taken from the church and killed at Loch Cerr to the east of Ard Macha. Cernachán was drowned by Niall son of Aed in the same lake in punishment for the profanation of Pátraic.

</div2>
 p.159<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS913">
 CS913.0

Kalends.

 CS913.1

Congalach son of Gairbíth, king of Conaille Muirthemne, was killed by his own brother.

 CS913.2

Niall son of Aed inflicted a battle rout on the Connachta i.e. Mael Cluiche son of Conchobor, in which Mael Cluiche and many others fell.

 CS913.3

Mael Mithig son of Flannacán and Donnchad grandson of Mael Sechnaill won a battle against Lorcán son of Dúnchad and Fogartach with the Laigin, and many fell there.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS914">
 CS914.0

Kalends.

 CS914.1

Flaithbertach in the kingship of Caisel.

 CS914.2

Foreigners came into Ireland at Port Láirge.

 CS914.3

The army of the North and the Ulaid was led by Niall son of Aed into Mide to Greilach Eilte. Flann son of Mael Sechnaill with his sons routed them there, and there fell there a number of them including Fergal son of Óengus son of Mael Dúin and Mael Mórda son of Eruman son of Aed of the Ulaid and Erudán son of Gairbíth, lord of Uí Bresail, and Diarmaid son of Selbach king of Dál Riata, and Mael Muire son of Flannacán, king of Fernmag, and others, and Domnall son of Gairbíth, king of Conaille, and Coinnecán son of Airechtach.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS915">
 CS915.0

Kalends.

 CS915.1

Óengus son of Flann son of Mael Sechnaill, heir designate of Ireland, died in ripe old age on the sixtieth or seventieth day after the battle of Grellach in which he was mortally wounded, of which he died on the sixtieth day.

 CS915.2

Domnall son of Aed son of Niall, king of Ailech, died in penitence.

 CS915.3

Mael Ciaráin son of Eochucán, superior of Cluain Eois and Muccnámh, bishop of Ard Macha and the fosterling of Féthgna, fell asleep.

 CS915.4

Scannlán, bishop of Tamlacht, fell asleep.

 CS915.5

Corcach and Les Mór and Achad Bó were plundered by the heathens.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS916">
 CS916.0

Kalends.

 CS916.1

Coblaith daughter of Dub Dúin, abbess of Cell Dara, rested.

 p.161
 CS916.2

Mael Barrfhinn, priest of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS916.3

Fogartach son of Tolarg, king of the south of Brega, rested.

 CS916.4

Flann son of Mael Sechnaill, king of all Ireland, died on the eighth of the Kalends of June 25 May, the seventh feria, in the 37th year of his reign, at Cenn Eich of the people of Cluain:

  1. Pity, this, O warlike Erinn,
    And thy anguished people;
    For Flann is missing ... dead,
    Thy noble, most valiant King.

 CS916.5

Anoroit son of Rhodri, king of the Britons, dies.

 CS916.6

Niall Glúndubh son of Aed begins to reign.

 CS916.7

The fair of Tailltiu was renewed by Niall.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS917">
 CS917.0

Kalends.

 CS917.1

An army of the men of Ireland was led by Niall son of Aed to the foreigners of Loch Dá Caech, and foreigners and Irish were killed there including the king of Carraic Brachaide and the chief of Uí Chernaigh i.e. Maelfinnéin son of Donnacán and the chief of Uí Chremthainne i.e. Fergus son of Muiricén and many others were killed.

 CS917.2

The battle-rout of Cenn Fuait inflicted on the Laigin by the grandson of Ímar. Six hundred or more were killed including the royal house and over-king i.e. Augaire son of Ailill and the king of Airther Life i.e. Maelmórda son of Muiricén and Mugrón son of Cendétigh king of the three Comann and of Laígis and Cinaedh son of Tuathal king of Uí Enechglais and many others and including the chief bishop.

 CS917.3

The plundering of Cell Dara by the foreigners of Cenn Fuait.

 CS917.4

Áth Cliath was taken by force by the foreigners from the men of Ireland.

 CS917.5

Niall Glúndub with the flower of the men of Ireland and the men of Brega and Mide went into the territory of Mumu and left a great number of his following there i.e. including the king of Tebtha i.e. Donncuan son of Flannacán and the king of Carraic Brachaide.

 CS917.6

There was great frost in this year and great snow which inflicted destruction on beasts.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS918">
 CS918.0

Kalends.

 CS918.1

Muirenn daughter of Suart, abbess of Cell Dara, rested.

 p.163
 CS918.2

Cell Dara was plundered again by heathens from Áth Cliath.

 CS918.3

Eithne daughter of Aed son of Niall, queen of the men of Brega, and Mór daughter of Cerball son of Dúngal, queen of the Laigin Desgabair, rested in repentance.

 CS918.4

Tigernach grandson of Cléirech, king of Aidne, died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS919">
 CS919.0

Kalends.

 CS919.1

The blinding of Aed son of Flann grandson of Mael Sechnaill by Donnchadh son of Flann.

 CS919.2

The battle of Áth Cliath won over the Irish by the foreigners i.e. by Ímar i.e. Sitriuc Gaile in which fell Niall Glúndub son of Aed, king of Temair, and Conchobor grandson of Mael Sechnaill heir designate of Ireland i.e. the king of Mide and Aed son of Eochucán king of Ulaid and Maelmithid son of Flannacán king of Brega and Maelcraíbe grandson of Dubsinach king of Airgialla and Mael Craíb son of Doligén king of Tortan, Cellach son of Fogartach king of southern Brega, Eiremón son of Cendétigh lord of Cenél Maine and many other chiefs who are not named were slain in the battle of Áth Cliath with Niall.

 CS919.3

Cormac son of Mothla, king of the Déisi. dies.

 CS919.4

Dubgilla son of Lachtnán, king of Tebtha, dies.

 CS919.5

Donnchad reigns.

 CS919.6

Loingsech, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS919.7

Easter on the seventh of the Kalends of May 25 April and Low Sunday 2 May in summer.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS920">
 CS920.0

Kalends.

 CS920.1

A battle-rout inflicted by Donnchad son of Flann on the heathens and slaughter was inflicted on them so that it was impossible to count them, but there were more foreigners killed there than Irish killed in the preceding battle. Muirchertach, son of Tigernán fell in a counter-attack therein.

 CS920.2

Cenannas was attacked by foreigners thereafter and the church broken.

 CS920.3

Finncar, bishop of Damliac, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS921">
 CS921.0

Kalends.

 CS921.1

Domnall son of Flann grandson of Mael Sechnaill heir designate of Temair, i.e. king of Mide, was killed by his brother, i.e. by Donnchad, at Bruiden da Choca.

 CS921.2

Ciarán, bishop of Tuilén, rested.

 CS921.3

A great plague in Ireland.

 p.165
 CS921.4

Rumán son of Cathusach, bishop of Cluain Iraird rested.

 CS921.5

Goffraid grandson of Ímar was captured in Áth Cliath.

 CS921.6

Mael Sechnaill son of Mael Ruanaid, heir designate of Ireland died at an unripe age.

 CS921.7

The plundering of Ard Macha by Goffraid from Áth Cliath.

 CS921.8

Maenach, the céle Dé, came west over the sea to make a law for Ireland.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS922">
 CS922.0

Kalends.

 CS922.1

Tadc son of Faelán, king of Laigin, dies.

 CS922.2

Mael Póil son of Ailill, bishop and the best man of Leth Cuinn, and head of Int Eidhnén, rested.

 CS922.3

Cormac, bishop of Cluain Ferta Brénainn, rested.

 CS922.4

Uathmarán son of Dobailén, king of the Luigne of Connacht, died.

 CS922.5

An army was led by Donnchadh, king of Temair, to Connacht, and a great number of his following was slain there in the wilderness of Áth Luain, including Cinaed son of Concobor, king of Uí Failge.

 CS922.6

The plundering of Cluain moccu Nóis by the foreigners of Luimnech, and they came to Loch Ríbh and plundered all its islands.

 CS922.7

The plundering of Eninis by the foreigners with Fotharta Tíre in which twelve hundred Irish were killed.

 CS922.8

Mael son of Duí, king of Aidne, was killed by foreigners.

 CS922.9

Finnduine grandson of Maelmuad, king of Fir Chell, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS923">
 CS923.0

Kalends.

 CS923.1

Mael Mórdha son of Conchobor, king of Uí Failge, was slain.

 CS923.2

Ligach daughter of Flann son of Mael Sechnaill, wife of the king of Brega i.e. Maehmithig, died, as Gilla Mochuda said:

  1. The daughter of Flann and Maelmuire,
    Ligach was a good woman in her time
    Her sons were Congalach the gentle
    And Aed son of Mael Mithig the stuttering.

 CS923.3

Dublitir, priest of Ard Macha, was killed by foreigners in Ceil Slébe.

 CS923.4

Maeltuile son of Colmán, lector of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS923.5

Dedemus grandson of Foirbten, vice-abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested, and Flann of Fobar was in office for one year et omnes exprobaverunt.

</div2>
 p.167<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS924">
 CS924.0

Kalends.

 CS924.1

Cellach son of Cerball son of Muiricén, heir designate of Laigin, was slain by Dúnchad son of Domnall.

 CS924.2

Twelve hundred foreigners were drowned in Loch Rugraide.

 CS924.3

Donnchad son of Domnall, vice-abbot of Cluain Iraird, heir designate of Temair, was slain by his own brother.

 CS924.4

Spelán son of Congalach, king of Conaille, was killed by his own people.

 CS924.5

The foreigners were on Loch Ríbh i.e. Colla son of Baired, king of Luimnech, by whom Echthigern son of Flannchad king of Bregmaine was killed.

 CS924.6

The birth of Brian son of Cendétigh.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS925">
 CS925.0

Kalends.

 CS925.1

Lorcán son of Dúnchád, king of Brega, dies.

 CS925.2

Cathal son of Conchobor, king of the three Connachta, dies.

 CS925.3

Dubgall son of Aed, heir designate of Ulaid, was slain by Cenél Maence.

 CS925.4

Domnall son of Cathal, heir designate of Connacht, was slain by his own brother, by Tadc son of Cathal.

 CS925.5

Faelán son of Muiredach, king of Laigin, was captured by foreigners of Áth Cliath with his sons.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS926">
 CS926.0

Kalends.

 CS926.1

Colmán son of Ailill—i.e. of the Conaille of Muirtemne; by him was built the stone church of Cluain moccu Nóis—abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis and Cluain Iraird, rested.

 CS926.2

The plundering of Dún Sobairche by the foreigners of Loch Cuan.

 CS926.3

The plundering of Cell Dara by the foreigners of Port Láirge. It was plundered again from Áth Cliath in the same year.

 CS926.4

Slaughter was inflicted on the foreigners by the Ulaid, in which eight hundred were killed including the king i.e. Albdan son of Gothfrith and Aufer and Rolt, by Muirchertach son of Niall.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS927">
 CS927.0

Kalends.

 CS927.1

Mael Brigte son of Dornán, successor of Patraic and of Colum Cille, head of the piety of Ireland, ended his life in old age or rested.

 CS927.2

Sitriuc grandson of Ímar, king of the white foreigners and the dark foreigners, dies.

 p.169
 CS927.3

The foreigners of Áth Cliath left Ireland.

 CS927.4

The fair of Tailtiu was disturbed by the son of Niall against Donnchadh, a wicked limb disobeying a wicked head.

 CS927.5

Caíndelbán son of Mael Crón, king of Cenél Lóegaire, dies.

 CS927.6

Fogartach son of Lachtnán, king of Tebtha, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS928">
 CS928.0

Kalends.

 CS928.1

Muirgel daughter of Flann son Mael Sechnaill rested in old age in Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS928.2

Cainech daughter of Canadán queen of the king of Temair died.

 CS928.3

Fínnachta abbot of Corcach rested.

 CS928.4

Donnchadh, son of Domnall, heir designate of the North, was killed by the Northmen.

 CS928.5

The plundering of Cell Dara by Gotfrith's son from Port Lairge.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS929">
 CS929.0

Kalends.

 CS929.1

Tuathal O Enecáin bishop of Damliac and Lusca rested.

 CS929.2

Cainech daughter of Canadán, queen of the king of Temair, wife of Donnchad son of Flann, rested in repentance.

 CS929.3

Diarmaid son of Cerball, king of Osraige, died.

 CS929.4

Céle son of Scannal, comarba of Bennchor and bishop, rested.

 CS929.5

The foreigners of Luimnech went on Loch Oirbsen, and they plundered the islands of the lake.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS930">
 CS930.0

Kalends.

 CS930.1

The besieging of Derc Ferna and its taking in which one thousand men die.

 CS930.2

The foreigners who were on Loch Oirbsen were slaughtered by the Connachta.

 CS930.3

The foreigners of Luimnech went into Mag Raighne.

 CS930.4

Torolb went on Loch nEchach.

 CS930.5

Nuadu, bishop of Glenn dá Locha, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS931">
 CS931.0

Kalends.

 CS931.1

The foreigners of Luimnech went on Loch Ríbh.

 CS931.2

Tipraide son of Ainnsine, of the Uí Briúin, superior of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS931.3

The crozier of Ciarán was drowned in Loch Teched, and twelve men with it, and it was recovered without delay.

 p.171
 CS931.4

Crundmael, bishop of Cell Dara, rested.

 CS931.5

Cernachán, son of Tigernán, king of Bréifne, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS932">
 CS932.0

Kalends.

 CS932.1

Flann son of Mael Sinna, king of Brega, was killed by the Uí Echach.

 CS932.2

Loingsech grandson of Lethlabur, king of Dál Araide, dies.

 CS932.3

Colla grandson of Bairid, king of Luimnech, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS933">
 CS933.0

Kalends.

 CS933.1

A route was inflicted by Fergal son of Domnall and by the son of Uathmarán on Muirchertach son of Niall in which fell Mael Garb son of Gairbíth, king of Derlas, and Conmal son of Bruatturán and others.

 CS933.2

A rout was inflicted by Daaigh son of Niall with the foreigners of Loch nEchach on the province of Ireland, in which twelve hundred or more were killed.

 CS933.3

The foreigners went on Loch Érne and devastated many peoples and churches as far as Loch Gamna.

 CS933.4

Ard Macha was plundered by Gotfrith's son from Loch Cuan.

 CS933.5

Matudán son of Aed with the province of Ireland and Amlaíb son of Gothfrith with the foreigners went and plundered as far as Sliabh Betha, and Muirchertach son of Niall overtook them and they left twelve hundred dead and their plunder.

 CS933.6

Cuilén son of Ugrán, king of Osraige, dies.

 CS933.7

Bard Bone, chief poet of Ireland, was killed by the Uí Cormaic of the Uí Echach.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS934">
 CS934.0

Kalends.

 CS934.1

The foreigners of Luimnech raided Connacht as far north as Magh Luirg and as far east as Badhgna.

 CS934.2

Gothfrith, king of the foreigners, died of a most painful disease.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS935">
 CS935.0

Kalends.

 CS935.1

Cinaedh son of Coirbre, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh, was killed by the foreigners of Loch Garman.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS936">
 CS936.0

Kalends.

 CS936.1

Two successors of Pátraic i.e. Ioseph, scribe and bishop, and Mael Pátraic son of Mael Tuile, a bishop, rested.

 CS936.2

Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered from Áth Cliath.

 CS936.3

Cellachán of Caisel and the men of Mumu plundered it again.

 p.173
 CS936.4

The foreigners of Loch Érne went onto Loch Ríbh.

 CS936.5

Áth Cliath was burned by Donnchad son of Flann, king of Temair.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS937">
 CS937.0

Kalends.

 CS937.1

The foreigners of Loch Ríbh went to Áth Cliath.

 CS937.2

Bruatur son of Dubgille, king of Uí Ceinnselaigh, dies.

 CS937.3

Cléircén son of Tigernán, king of Bréifne, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS938">
 CS938.0

Kalends.

 CS938.1

Fergal son of Domnall, king of the North, dies.

 CS938.2

Mael Pátraic, bishop of Lugbad, rested.

 CS938.3

Conchobor son of Maeilchén, king of Uí Failge, and his two sons, were killed by Lorcán son of Faelán.

 CS938.4

Cell Cuilinn was plundered by Amlaíb son of Gothfrith and a thousand captives taken from it.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS939">
 CS939.0

Kalends.

 CS939.1

The sun was the colour of blood from the beginning of day to midday on the following day.

 CS939.2

Ailech was taken from Muirchertach son of Niall by the heathens and occupied by them, and God freed it from them.

 CS939.3

The men of Mumu and Cellachán with the foreigners plundered Mide, and Cluain Eidhnech and Cell Aichid, as far as Cluain Iraird.

 CS939.4

Fínnachta son of Cellach, comarba of Daire, rested.

 CS939.5

A defeat was inflicted by Congalach son of Mael Mithig on the Gailenga, in which three score of them fell.

 CS939.6

Domnall son of Lorcán, king of Aidne, rested in Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS939.7

The Canon of Pátraic was covered by Donnchad son of Niall.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS940">
 CS940.0

Kalends.

 CS940.1

An army was led by Donnchad grandson of Mael Sechnaill and by Muirchertach son of Niall to Laigin and the men of Mumu, and took their hostages.

 CS940.2

Aralt son of Ímar's grandson, i.e. son of Sitric king of the foreigners of Luimnech, was killed by the Connachta.

 CS940.3

Niall son of Fergal, heir designate of Ailech, was killed by Muirchertach son of Niall.

 CS940.4

Lann daughter of Donnchad, queen of the king of Ailech, died.

 p.175
 CS940.5

Coibdenach, abbot of Cell Achaid, was drowned in the sea at Deilginis.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS941">
 CS941.0

Kalends.

 CS941.1

The foreigners were in Inis Mochta, over the ice,and plundered it.

 CS941.2

Muirchertach son of Niall, with the men of the North and of Brega, went into the territory of Osraige.

 CS941.3

Amlaíb son of Gothfrith, king of the fair foreigners and the dark foreigners, died.

 CS941.4

Slaughter was inflicted on the Déisi by Cellachán and the men of Mumu in which two thousand fell.

 CS941.5

A fleet was brought by Muirchertach son of Niall, and he brought back plunder from Inse Alban.

 CS941.6

Slaughter was infllcted on the foreigners by the Uí Failge i.e. by Aimirgin son of Cinaed and by Cenél Fiachach, and twelve hundred were killed there in Mag Ceise.

 CS941.7

Órlaith daughter of Cennétigh son of Lorcán was slain by Donnchad son of Flann, king of Ireland, having been charged with illicit sexual relations with Óengus, his son.

 CS941.8

Muirchertach son of Niail went to Caisel to seek surety from Cellachán king of Caisel, and brought back Cellachán and handed him over to Donnchad son of Flann, king of Ireland.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS942">
 CS942.0

Kalends.

 CS942.1

Dúnchad, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS942.2

Faelán son of Muiredach, king of Laigin, died of a fall.

 CS942.3

The two sons of Lorcán son of Dúnchad were killed by Congalach son of Mael Mithig.

 CS942.4

Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered by the foreigners of Áth Cliath and Blacair son of Gothfrith.

 CS942.5

Dúnfhlaith daughter of Mael Mithig dies.

 CS942.6

Dún Lethglaise was plundered by the son of Raghnall and the son of Raghnall was killed by Matudán, king of Ulaid, with a week, for the honour of Pátraic.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS943">
 CS943.0

Kalends.

 CS943.1

Muirchertach son of Niall, heir designate of Ireland, was killed in Áth Firdia by the foreigners of Áth Cliath, and Ard Macha was plundered by the heathens.

 CS943.2

A battle-rout was inflicted by Ua Canannáin, by Ruaidrí, on the Cenél nEógain with the foreigners of Loch Febail, in which many fell including Mael Ruanaid son of Flann, heir designate of the North.

 p.177
 CS943.3

Dub Léna daughter of Tigernán, king of Bréifne, wife of the king of Temair, i.e. Donnchad son of Flann, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS944">
 CS944.0

Kalends.

 CS944.1

A battle-rout was infllcted by Cellachán of Caisel on Cendétigh son of Lorcán in Mag Dúine, in which many fell

 CS944.2

Flaithbertach son of Inmainén, king of Caisel, rested.

 CS944.3

Guaire son of Maelecán, priest of Cluain, rested.

 CS944.4

The plundering of Áth Cliath by Congalach son of Mael Mithig with the men of Brega and Braen son of Maelmórdha with the Laigin, in which four hundred foreigners fell in the taking of the fortress, and they burned it and brought away its jewels and treasures and prisoners.

 CS944.5

Conn son of Donnchad, heir designate of Temair, was killed by the men of Fernmag, i.e. his horse killed him.

 CS944.6

Donnchad son of Flann son of Mael Sechnaill, king of Ireland, dies after 25 years rule. Congalach son of Mael Mithig rules.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS945">
 CS945.0

Kalends.

 CS945.1

The foreigners of Loch nEchach were killed, including the king, Breisi, by Domnall son of Muirchertach, grandson of Niall.

 CS945.2

Óengus son of Donnchad son of Flann, king of Mide, dies.

 CS945.3

Two fiery columns were seen a week before Samain, and they lit up the whole world.

 CS945.4

The hostages of Connacht were taken by Congalach son of Mael Mithig.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS946">
 CS946.0

Kalends.

 CS946.1

Aimergin son of Cinaed, king of Uí Failge, dies.

 CS946.2

Domnall son of Mael Muadh, king of the Luigne of Connacht, was killed by the son of Uathmurán son of Dobailén and the Corco Fir Trí.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS947">
 CS947.0

Kalends.

 CS947.1

A battle-rout was inflicted by Donnchad son of Cellach; king of Osraige, on the Laigin, in which fell Braen son of Mael Mórdha king of Laigin with many others, and Cellach son of Cinaed, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh.

 CS947.2

A year of wonders, that is, in which the leaf fell from heaven and in which the céle Dé came overseas from the south to teach the Irish.

</div2>
 p.179<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS948">
 CS948.0

Kalends.

 CS948.1

Blacaire grandson of Ímar, king of the Northmen, was killed by cunning with many people, i.e. a thousand, by Congalach son of Mael Mithig.

 CS948.2

Ainmire grandson of Catlán of the Uí Meic Uais of Mide, superior of Ciuain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS948.3

Gormfhlaith, daughter of Flann son of Mael Sechnaill, died after lengthy repentance.

 CS948.4

A raid was made by the foreigners over Druim Raithe, and they burned the church with one hundred and fifty in it.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS949">
 CS949.0

Kalends.

 CS949.1

Flaithbertach son of Muirchertach son of Niall, heir designate of Temair, as killed by the Cénel Conaill.

 CS949.2

Domnall son of Finn, heir designate of Laigin, dies.

 CS949.3

Fogartach son of Donnacán, king of Airgialla, dies.

 CS949.4

Óenacán son of Ecertach, superior of the small church, who was brother to the great-grandfather of Conn na mBocht, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS950">
 CS950.0

Kalends.

 CS950.1

Donnchad son of Domnall grandson of Mael Sechnaill, heir designate of Temair, was slain by Fergal Got son of Óengus.

 CS950.2

The bell-tower of Sláine was burned by heathens with many people in it, i.e. including Conecán, lector of Sláine.

 CS950.3

Matudán son of Aed, king of Ulaid, was slain by his own people.

 CS950.4

The battle of Muine Brocán between foreigners and Irish in which Ruaidrí ua Canannán fell in the counterattack of the battle and in which many foreigners fell. Gothfrith fled, Congalach son of Mael Mithig was the victor.

 CS950.5

Donnchad son of Domnall, one of two kings of Mide, dies.

 CS950.6

A raid by Congalach son of Mael Mithig into Mumu and he plundered west Mumu and killed two sons of Cendétigh, i.e. Echtigern and Donnacán.

 CS950.7

Ruarc grandson of Laegachán, king of the Fir Cúl of Tebtha, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS951">
 CS951.0

Kalends.

 CS951.1

Aed son of Mael Ruanaid, heir designate of Temair, was slain by Domnall son of Donnchad.

 p.181
 CS951.2

Bécc son of Donn Cuan, king of Tebtha, dies.

 CS951.3

Cendétigh son of Lorcán, king of Dál Cais, dies.

 CS951.4

Gothfrith son of Sitriuc took Áth Cliath and plundered Cenannas and Domnach Pátraic and Ard Brecán and Tuilén and Dísert Ciaráin and Cell Scíre—but God avenged it: he died in a short time—in which three thousand men were taken with much gold and silver.

 CS951.5

The freedom of Cluain Iraird was granted by Congalach son of Mael Mithig.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS952">
 CS952.0

Kalends.

 CS952.1

Flann grandson of Béccán, superior of Druim Cliab, dies.

 CS952.2

Conchobor son of Domnall grandson of Mael Sechnaill dies.

 CS952.3

Ferdomnach grandson of Maenach, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested, i.e. he died in Glenn dá Locha, i.e. he was of the Corco Moga.

 CS952.4

Domnall Donn son of Donnchad, heir designate of Temair, dies, the father of Mael Sechnaill the great.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS953">
 CS953.0

Kalends.

 CS953.1

Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered by the men of Mumu with the foreigners of Luimnech.

 CS953.2

Eithne wife of Congalach son of Mael Mithig, i.e. the daughter of Fergal over-king of Ireland, dies.

 CS953.3

Mael Coluim son of Domnall, king of Alba, was killed by his own people.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS954">
 CS954.0

Kalends.

 CS954.1

Cellachán, king of Caisel, dies.

 CS954.2

Aed son of Gairbíth, king of Cairbre Mór and Dartraige, was killed by his own people.

 CS954.3

Célechair son of Robartach, of the Uí Meic Uais of Mide, successor of Finnian and Ciarán, rested.

 CS954.4

Robartach, succcssor of Colum Cille, rested.

 CS954.5

Niall grandson of Tolarc, Iord of Cuircne, dies; from him Carn Tolairc on the edge of Loch Ríbh is named.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS955">
 CS955.0

Kalends.

 CS955.1

An army was led by Domnall son of Muirchertach with ships on Loch Érne.

 CS955.2

Dúnadach son of Écertach, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

</div2>
 p.183<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS956">
 CS956.0

Kalends.

 CS956.1

Congalach son of Mael Mithig, king of Ireland, was killed with his royal household by the foreigners of Áth Cliath and by the Laigin and Aed son of Aitide, king of Tebtha, and Matudán son of Aed son of Mael Mithig and Cormac son of Cathalán, king of Fir Arda.

 CS956.2

Maenach successor of Finnian rested.

 CS956.3

Tadc son of Cathal, king of Connacht, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS957">
 CS957.0

Kalends.

 CS957.1

Cathasach son of Doiligén, successor of Pátraic, wise bishop of the Irish, rested.

 CS957.2

Mael Fothartaigh, king of Caisel, dies.

 CS957.3

Mael Coluim ua Canannáin, king of Cenél Conaill, dies.

 CS957.4

Flann son of Aedacán, comarba of Glenn dá Locha, rested.

 CS957.5

Muiredach grandson of Lachtnán, king of Tebtha, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS958">
 CS958.0

Kalends.

 CS958.1

Tanaisi son of Odar, successor of Comgall, was killed by foreigners.

 CS958.2

Tuathal son of Augaire, king of Laigin, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS959">
 CS959.0

Kalends.

 CS959.1

Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered by the men of Mumu.

 CS959.2

Dub Dúin successor of Colum Cille rested.

 CS959.3

Dub dá Bairenn son of Domnall, king of Caisel, was killed by his own people.

 CS959.4

An army was led by Domnall son of Muirchertach to Dál Araide and he brought away hostages from it.

 CS959.5

Cathmug, superior of Les Mór and bishop of Corcach, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS960">
 CS960.0

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS961">
 CS961.0

Kalends.

 CS961.1

Cattle suffered a great plague, with snow and diseases.

 CS961.2

Fer Gráidh son of Cléirech, king of Caisel, was killed by his own people.

</div2>
 p.185<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS962">
 CS962.0

Kalends.

 CS962.1

There was a raid by Flaithbertach son of Concobor, king of Ailech, into Dál nAraide, and he plundered Coindere, and the Ulaid overtook them and he was killed there with his two brothers, i.e. Tadc and Conn.

 CS962.2

Illulbh, king of Alba, dies.

 CS962.3

Óengus ua Maíldoraidh, king of Cenél Conaill, was slain.

 CS962.4

Mugrón ua Maílmuaidh, king of Fir Cell, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS963">
 CS963.0

Kalends.

 CS963.1

Gothfrith son of Amlaíb dies.

 CS963.2

Caíncomrac grandson of Curán, superior of the monastery of Tigernach, of Cluain Eois, a wise bishop, rested.

 CS963.3

Ships were brought by Domnall son of Muirchertach from Daball over Sliab Fuait to Loch nAinninn, which had not previously been done.

 CS963.4

Éicnech son of Dálach, king of Airgialla, and his son were killed by his kinsman, by Murchad, and he himself was promptly killed by ua Canannáin.

 CS963.5

The mortal wounding of Donnchad son of Cellachán, king of Caisel.

 CS963.6

Fergal grandson of Ruarc was in the kingship of Connacht, and inflicted the defeat of Catinnche on the Munstermen, and Dál Cais was plundered by him.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS964">
 CS964.0

Kalends.

 CS964.1

Cell Dara was plundered by the foreigners of Áth Cliath and by Amlaíb son of Sitric.

 CS964.2

Muirenn granddaughter of Colmán, abbess of Cell Dara, rested.

 CS964.3

Great scarcity and cold and dearth of corn.

 CS964.4

Muirchertach son of Canannán, king of Cenél Conaill, was slain by his own people.

 CS964.5

Dub Scuile son of Cinaed, successor of Colum Cille, rested.

 CS964.6

Muirchertach son of Congalach son of Mael Mithig was lamentably killed by his own brother, i.e. by Domnall.

 CS964.7

Mael Ruanaidh grandson of Éicnecháin, king of Cenél Conaill, was killed by his own people.

 CS964.8

Domnall son of Bécc, king of Tebtha, was killed.

</div2>
 p.187<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS965">
 CS965.0

Kalends.

 CS965.1

Aed son of Mael Mithig dies on pilgrimage i.e. at Cend Ri Monaidh.

 CS965.2

An army was led by Domnall son of Muirchertach, king of Temair, and he brought away the hostages of ua Ruairc, i.e. Fergal, king of Connacht.

 CS965.3

A change of abbots in Ard Macha, i.e. Dub dá Lethe in place of Muiredach.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS966">
 CS966.0

Kalends.

 CS966.1

Muiredach son of Fergus, successor of Pátraic, seven years superior, rested.

 CS966.2

A defeat was inflicted on ua Ruairc in Boirenn of Corcu Mruad by Comaltán grandson of Cléirech and by Mael Sechnaill son of Argda, in which 4000 fell, including Taichlech ua Gadra, i.e. king of Luigne.

 CS966.3

Catasach son of Murchadán, bishop of Ard Macha, rested.

 CS966.4

Fingin, bishop of the community of Ia, rested.

 CS966.5

Donnchad son of Tuathal, heir designate of Laigin, dies.

 CS966.6

Cellach son of Faelán, king of Laigin, dies.

 CS966.7

Cormac ua Cillín, of the Uí Fhiachrach of Aidne, successor of Ciarán and Comán and comarba of Tuaim Gréne—and by him was built the great church of Tuaim Gréne, and its bell-tower—a sage and an old man and a bishop, rested in Christ.

 CS966.8

Fergal ua Ruairc, the Nebuchadnezzar of the Irish, i.e. the king of Connacht, after committing countless evil deeds, fell by Domnall son of Congalach, king of Cnogba.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS967">
 CS967.0

Kalends.

 CS967.1

A battle between Cenél Eógain and the Cenél Conaill in which many fell including Mael Ísa ua Canannán, and Muirchertach son of Conchobor and the son of the king of Connacht.

 CS967.2

Cerball son of Lorcán, heir designate of Laigin, was killed by Domnall son of Congalach, king of Brega.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS968">
 CS968.0

Kalends.

 CS968.1

An army was led by Domnall grandson of Niall to the Laigin and he plundered from the Berba east to the sea, and brought away a great cattle tribute, and attacked the foreigners of Áth Cliath and the Laigin for a period of two months.

</div2>
 p.189<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS969">
 CS969.0

Kalends.

 CS969.1

Eogan son of Cléirech, bishop of Connacht, rested.

 CS969.2

Mael Finnian son of Uchtán, bishop of Cenannas and successor of Ultán, rested.

 CS969.3

Beollán son of Ciarmac, king of Loch Gabor, dies.

 CS969.4

Carrach calma i.e. Donnchad grandson of Mael Sechnaill, heir designate of Mide, was killed in treachery by Art son of Carthach.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS970">
 CS970.0

Kalends.

 CS970.1

Cenannas was plundered by Amlaíb Cuarán with the foreigners and the Laigin, and he took a great cattle-tribute away and left behind dead a number of his following including Bresal son of Ailellán, and inflicted a defeat on the Uí Néill at Aed Maolchon.

 CS970.2

The battle of Cell Móna was won by Domnall son of Congalach with the foreigners of Áth Cliath over Domnall son of Muirchertach king of Temair, in which fell many including Ardgar son of Matudán, king of Ulaid, Donnacán son of Maelmuire, king of Airgialla, and Fergus the generous, king of Cualgne, and the grandson of Cuilennán, king of Conaille, and other nobles.

 CS970.3

The refectory of Lann Léire was burned by Domnall son of Muirchertach, king of Temair, and four hundred were martyred therein both men and women.

 CS970.4

Lugbad and Druim Inasclainn were plundered by Glún Ilair i.e. Murchadh.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS971">
 CS971.0

Kalends.

 CS971.1

Cuilén son of Illulb, king of Alba, was killed by the Welsh in a burning house.

 CS971.2

Domnall son of Muirchertach was expelled from the kingship of Mide by the sons of Aed.

 CS971.3

Tuathal, successor of Ciarán and a bishop, died suddenly after a three-days fast.

 CS971.4

Mael Samhna, successor of Cainnech, rested.

 CS971.5

Domnall son of Muirchertach was again in Mide and devastated both the churches and people he found opposed to him.

 CS971.6

Maenach son of Mael Michíl, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS971.7

Niall son of Aed, king of Ulaid, dies.

</div2>
 p.191<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS972">
 CS972.0

Kalends.

 CS972.1

A battle between the Ulaid and the Dál Araide in which fell Aed son of Loingsech, king of the province, and others. Eochaidh was victor.

 CS972.2

Cluain Iraird and Fobar and Lann Ela and Dísert Tola were burned and plundered by Domnall son of Muirchertach.

 CS972.3

Murchad son of Finn, overking of Laigin, was killed by Domnall Claen in treachery.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS973">
 CS973.0

Kalends.

 CS973.1

Conchobor son of Tadc, overking of Connacht dies.

 CS973.2

The battle of Ceis Corainn between Glún Ilair and the Connachta in which many fell, including Cathal son of Tadc, king of Connacht, and Tadc son of Muirchertach, king of Uí Diarmata and Murchadh son of Flann son of Clethnechán, chief of Clann Murchadha, and Gébennach son of Aedh, king of Uí Maine and Serridh ua Flaithbertaigh in a counterattack, and others. Connacht was devastated thereafter by Glún Ilair i.e. by Murchadh.

 CS973.3

Beccán, successor of Finnian, a bishop, rested.

 CS973.4

Ailill son of the Laignech, successor of Caemgen, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS974">
 CS974.0

Kalends.

 CS974.1

A defeat was inflicted on Domnall son of Congalach by Donnchad Finn son of Aed in which fell Congalach son of Laidcnén and Cathal son of Flannacán and others.

 CS974.2

Muirchertach son of Aed, i.e. the king of Mide, i.e. the son of Flann grandson of Mael Sechnaill, was killed by Domnall son of Congalach.

 CS974.3

Donnchad Finn son of Aed son of Flann was killed in treachery by Aed while under the protection of the Bernán Ciarán.

 CS974.4

Murchadh Glún Ilair, over-king of Ailech, was killed by the Cenél Conaill.

 CS974.5

A defeat was inflicted on the Uí Cheinnselaigh by the Osraige in which many fell including Donnchad son of Cellach, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh, and other nobles.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS975">
 CS975.0

Kalends.

 CS975.1

Edgar, king of England, a religious king, dies.

 CS975.2

Ardgal son of Cosrachán, successor of Comgall and Finnian, rested.

 p.193
 CS975.3

Cinaed ua hArtacáin, chief poet of Leth Cuinn, dies.

 CS975.4

Domnall son of Eogan, king of Britain, rested in clerical life.

 CS975.5

The first expedition of Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall to Áth Cliath, in which he broke the foreigner's leg.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS976">
 CS976.0

Kalends.

 CS976.1

Donnchad son of Cellach, king of Osraige, dies.

 CS976.2

Mathgamain son of Cendétigh, king of Mumu, was killed by Maelmuad son of Bran, the king of Uí Echach, after he had been handed over by Dondubán son of Cathal, king of Uí Fidgente, in treachery.

 CS976.3

Scrín of Colum Cille was plundered by the son of Domnall son of Muirchertach.

 CS976.4

Dúnchadh son of Bran of the Síl Muiredaigh i.e. 'wet trews', successor of Ciarán of Cluain moccu Nóis, went on pilgrimage to Ard Macha and spent thirteen years in piety there.

 CS976.5

Domnall son of Congalach, heir designate of Ireland, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS977">
 CS977.0

Kalends.

 CS977.1

Inis Cathaigh was violated by Brian son of Cendétigh against the foreigners of Luimnech, i.e. Imar and his two sons, i.e. Amlaíb and Dubcenn.

 CS977.2

Amlaíb son of Illulbh, king of Alba, was killed by Cinaedh son of Mael Coluim.

 CS977.3

Mael Ruanaidh Got ua Mael Sechnaill, heir designate of Temair, was killed in treachery.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS978">
 CS978.0

Kalends.

 CS978.1

Scrín of Adamnán was plundered by Domnall ua Néill.

 CS978.2

A battle between Brian and Maelmuadh, and Maelmuadh, king of Uí Echach, fell therein.

 CS978.3

The battle of Bithlann won against the Laigin by the foreigners of Áth Cliath, in which fell the king of Laigin i.e. Ugaire son of Tuathal, and Muiredach son of Rian, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh, and Congalach son of Flann, king of Lege and Rechet and others.

 CS978.4

A battle-rout was inflicted by the Airgialla on the Cenél Conaill in which many fell, including Niall ua Canannáin and ua Congalaigh and the son of Murchadh Glún Ilair and others.

 CS978.5

Comaltán ua Cléirigh, king of Uí Fhiachrach of Aidne, dies.

</div2>
 p.195<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS979">
 CS979.0

Kalends.

 CS979.1

Flann son of Mael Michíl, lector of Cluain moccu Nóis and bishop and superior of Cluain Deocra, rested.

 CS979.2

Muirenn daughter of Congalach, successor of Brigit, rested.

 CS979.3

Conchobor son of Finn, king of Uí Failge, dies.

 CS979.4

Domnall Claen, king of Laigin, was captured by the foreigners of Áth Cliath.

 CS979.5

Lethlabar grandson of Finn, king of Dál Araide, and Tigernán, king of Cenél Conaill, were killed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS980">
 CS980.0

Kalends.

 CS980.1

Domnall ua Néill, king of Temair, died after repentance.

 CS980.2

Mael Sechnaill begins to reign over Ireland.

 CS980.3

The battle of Temair won by Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall, king of Ireland, over the foreigners of Áth Cliath and the sons of Amlaíb in particular, in which many fell including Ragnall son of Amlaíb, heir designate of the foreigners, and Conamail son of Gille Aire and the spokesman of Áth Cliath and a large number besides. Bran son of Murchad, heir designate of Laigin, and Congalach son of Flann, king of Gailenga, and his son i.e. Maelán, and Fiachra and Cú Duiligh, two sons of Dublaech, two kings of Fir Tulach, and Lachtnán, king of Mugdorna Maigen, fell in the counter-attack of the battle.

 CS980.4

A great army was led by Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall, king of Temair, and by Eochaidh son of Ardgal, king of Ulaid, to the foreigners of Áth Cliath and they besieged them for three days and three nights, and brought away the hostages of Ireland including Domnall Claen, king of Laigin, and the aitire of uí Néill as well, their full tribute from the foreigners—a hundred score cows with other valuables and treasures, with the freedom of the Uí Néill from the Sinna to the sea from tribute or tax. It is then that Mael Sechnaill proclaimed that anyone of the Irish that is in the territory of the foreigners in bondage and oppression should depart thence to his own land in peace and rejoicing. That army was the end of the Babilonian captivity of Ireland.

 CS980.5

Murchad son of Riata, abbot of Ros Comán and vice-abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS980.6

Mugrón, abbot of Ia, a scribe and bishop, rested.

 CS980.7

Amlaíb son of Sitric, over-king of the foreigners of Áth Cliath, went in exile to Ia, and died after communion and repentance.

 p.197
 CS980.8

Agda son of Duibcenn, king of Tebtha, died after repentance.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS981">
 CS981.0

Kalends.

 CS981.1

Eoghan ua Cathán, successor of Brénainn of Cluain Ferta, dies.

 CS981.2

Anmchad, bishop of Cell Dara, rested.

 CS981.3

Domnall ua Aiteid, king of Uí Echach, and Loingsech, chief of Uí Nialláin, fell by one another.

 CS981.4

Clérchén son of Donngal, successor of Fechín, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS982">
 CS982.0

Kalends.

 CS982.1

Bruatur son of Echtigern, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh, dies.

 CS982.2

Cell Dara was plundered by Ímar of Port Láirge.

 CS982.3

Árchú son of Niall, heir designate of Ulaid, was treacherously killed by his own people.

 CS982.4

Dál Cais was plundered by Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall, and the tree of Magh Adair was cut down.

 CS982.5

Muiredach son of Ruaidrí, successor of Fechín, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS983">
 CS983.0

Kalends.

 CS983.1

A battle-rout was inflicted by Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall and by Glún Iarainn son of Amlaíb on Domnall Claen and on Ímar of Port Láirge in which many fell by drowning and killing, including Gilla Pátraic son of Ímar and others.

 CS983.2

Glenn dá Locha was plundered by the foreigners of Áth Cliath.

 CS983.3

Laigin was invaded and plundered by Mael Sechnaill to the sea.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS984">
 CS984.0

Kalends.

 CS984.1

Domnall Claen, king of Laigin, was killed by Aed son of Echtigern of the Uí Cheinnselaigh.

 CS984.2

Aed ua Dubda, king of the north of Connacht, dies.

 CS984.3

The three sons of Cerball son of Lorcán plundered the church-lands of Caemgen, and the three were killed before night.

 CS984.4

Domnall son of Lorcán was killed by the Uí Cheinnselaigh.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS985">
 CS985.0

Kalends.

 CS985.1

Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall invaded Connacht and took its islands and slew its chiefs.

 CS985.2

Diarmait son of Uathmarán, king of Luigne, dies.

</div2>
 p.199<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS986">
 CS986.0

Kalends.

 CS986.1

Mór daughter of Donnchad son of Cellach, queen of Ireland, dies.

 CS986.2

Mael Ciarán ua Maigne, successor of Colum Cille, suffered red martyrdom from the Danes in Áth Cliath.

 CS986.3

The shrine of Pátraic was taken by Mael Sechnaill at Áth Firdiad to Áth Sige on account of the war of Cairellán's son. Peace was made by them afterwards, and Pátraic's due yielded by Mael Sechnaill i.e. the visitation of the men of Mide both church and laity; a feast from every fortress from Mael Sechnaill himself, along with seven cumals and full dues as well.

 CS986.4

Muirgius son of Domnall, king of Uí Maine, was slain.

 CS986.5

Cluain moccu Nóis was burned on the eve of the Friday before Easter.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS987">
 CS987.0

Kalends.

 CS987.1

A sickness caused by sorcery inflicted by demons in the east of Ireland, which caused death among the people, and they used to be plainly to be seen in people's eyes.

 CS987.2

The holy virgin Cellach rested in Christ.

 CS987.3

The beginning of the cattle-plague i.e. the maelgarb, such as had not occurred before.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS988">
 CS988.0

Kalends.

 CS988.1

A slaughter of Mumu and the foreigners of Port Láirge carried out by the Connachta, in which fell Dúnlang son of Dub dá Bairenn, heir designate of Mumu, and others. Muirgius son of Conchobor, heir designate of Connacht, fell in a counter-attack.

 CS988.2

Dunstan, archbishop of all England, rested.

 CS988.3

Dúnchad hua Braín, successor of Ciarán son of the wright, died on pilgrimage in Ard Macha.

 CS988.4

Scrín of Colum Cille was violated by Mael Sechnaill.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS989">
 CS989.0

Kalends.

 CS989.1

Glún Iarainn son of Amlaíb, king of the foreigners, was killed by his own slaves i.e. Colban.

 CS989.2

Gothfrith son of Aralt, king of Inse Gall, fell by the Dál Riata.

 CS989.3

The battle of Áth Cliath won over the foreigners by Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall, in which many were killed,and they were besieged in the fortress thereafter for twenty nights, so that they p.201 drank no water then but salt water, and they gave him his full due as long as he should be king, and an uinge of gold for every garden every Christmas Eve in perpetuity.

 CS989.4

Conchobor son of Domnall, king of Luigne, dies.

 CS989.5

Muiredach ua Cléirigh, king of Aidhne, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS990">
 CS990.0

Kalends.

 CS990.1

Erard son of Coisi, chief poet of the Irish, dies in penitence in Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS990.2

Aed ua Maíldoraidh, king of Cenél Conaill, dies.<2/P>

 CS990.3

The defeat or battle of Carn Fordroma in which many were killed, in which fell Domnall son of Lorcán, king of Múscraige Tíre and Uí Forgo, and a great slaughter moreover by Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS991">
 CS991.0

Kalends.

 CS991.1

Donnchad grandson of Congalach, heir designate of Temair, was treacherously slain by Conchobor son of Cerball.

 CS991.2

'The Fox' ua Leocán, king of Gaileng, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS992">
 CS992.0

Kalends.

 CS922.1

An army was led by Mael Sechnaill into Connachta, and he brought away a great cattle-tribute from it. Thereafter Brian with the men of Mumu and Connachta came into Mide as far as Loch Aininde, and he took neither cattle nor people, and departed.

 CS992.2

Dond son of Donngalach son of Donncuan, king of Tebtha, was killed treacherously by his own soldiers.

 CS992.3

Mael Petair, successor of Brénainn of Cluain Ferta, rested.

 CS992.4

Mael Finnia, of the Uí Bécon, son of Spelán, successor of Ciarán son of the wright, rested.

 CS992.5

Mór daughter of Tadc son of Cathal son of Conchobor, queen of Ireland, dies.

 CS992.6

Gilla Colmán son of Niall, king of Uí Diarmata, and Cú Cenann son of Tadc, fell by one another in their country.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS993">
 CS993.0

Kalends.

 CS993.1

A great mortality in Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS993.2

Mael Ruanaidh ua Ciardha, king of Cairbre, was killed by the men of Tebtha.

 CS993.3

Ruaidrí son of Coscrach, king of south Connacht, was killed by Conchobor son of Mael Sechnaill and by the son of Comaltán.

</div2>
 p.203<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS994">
 CS994.0

Kalends.

 CS994.1

Mael Cairerda, king of Uí Briúin, dies.

 CS994.2

Mael Maire son of Scannlán, bishop of Ard Macha, rested.

 CS994.3

Mael Sechnaill burned Óenach Tete and attacked Mumu, and inflicted a defeat on Brian and the men of Mumu.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS995">
 CS995.0

Kalends.

 CS995.1

Cinaedh son of Mael Coluim was killed by his own people.

 CS995.2

Domnach Pátraic was plundered by the foreigners of Áth Cliath and by Muirchertach grandson of Congalach, but God avenged it at the end of the same month.

 CS995.3

Tomar's ring and the sword of Carlus were taken by Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall from the foreigners of Áth Cliath by force.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS996">
 CS996.0

Kalends.

 CS996.1

The Airgialla plundered Ard Macha and took a hundred score cows from it. Ard Macha was burned both houses, churches and bell-tower.

 CS996.2

Gilla Pátraic son of Donnchadh, king of Osraige, was killed by Dondubán son of Ímar.

 CS996.3

Dondubán son of Ímar was killed by the Laigin.

 CS996.4

Gilla Pátraic ua Flannacán, king of Tebtha, was killed by Fiach son of Radub i.e. chief of Muintir Maelsinna.

 CS996.5

Domnall son of Faelán, king of the Dési, dies.

 CS996.6

The guest-house of Druim Raithe was burned by the men of Mumu with three hundred people in it.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS997">
 CS997.0

Kalends.

 CS997.1

A battle among the Scots and Constantin, king of Alba, was killed i.e. the son of Cuilennán, and others.

 CS997.2

Mael Coluim son of Domnall, king of north Britain, dies.

 CS997.3

Ruaidrí son of Niall ua Canannáin, king of Cenél Conaill, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS998">
 CS998.0

Kalends.

 CS998.1

An army was led by Mael Sechnaill and Brian and they took hostages of the foreigners. Brian with the men of Mumu and Mael Sechnaill with two men of Mide went to Connacht and took their hostages.

 CS998.2

Dub dá Lethe, successor of Pátraic and Colum Cille, rested.

 CS998.3

Conaing ua Coscraigh, sage bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 p.205
 CS998.4

Diarmait son of Domnall, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh,dies.

 CS998.5

Gilla Pátraic son of Donnchad, king of Osraige, dies.

 CS998.6

Gilla Énáin son of Agda, king of Tethba, was killed by Síl Rónáin.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS999">
 CS999.0

Kalends.

 CS999.1

Donnchad son of Domnall, king of Laigin, was captured by Sitric son of Amlaíb.

 CS999.2

The Lia Ailbe fell.

 CS999.3

Cell Dara was plundered by the foreigners of Áth Cliath.

 CS999.4

A great army was led by Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall and by Brian son of Cendétigh to Glenn Máma and the foreigners of Áth Cliath came to attack them, and the foreigners were defeated and slaughter inflicted on them, including Aralt son of Amlaíb and Culén son of Etigén and the nobles of Áth Cliath, and Mael Sechnaill and Brian went thereafter to Áth Cliath and were a week there and carried off its gold and silver and captives, and expelled the king i.e. Sitric son of Amlaíb.

 CS999.5

Niall son of Agda, heir designate of Tebtha, was killed by the Calraige in Cluain moccu Nóis about the feast of Ciarán.

 CS999.6

Diarmait son of Dúnadach, king of Síl Anmchada, was killed by the son of Comaltán i.e. king of Aidne.

 CS999.7

A battle between the Airgialla and Cenél Conaill in which fell Gilla Críst, king of Conaille, and others.

 CS999.8

Mael Sechnaill ua Mael Ruanaidh, king of Cremthann, was killed by the Uí Cellaigh, i.e. Cú Caille.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1000">
 CS1000.0

Cú Caille ua Domnaill, king of Derlas, was treacherously killed by ua Néill i.e. by Aed.

 CS1000.1

Ímar of Port Láirge dies.

 CS1000.2

The foreigners were again in Áth Cliath, and their hostages given to Brian.

 CS1000.3

Flaithbertach ua Canannán, king of Cenél Conaill, was killed by his own people.

 CS1000.4

Cellach ua Maílcorgus, chief poet of Connacht, dies.

 CS1000.5

The first turning of Brian and the Connachta against Mael Sechnaill. An army was led by Brian son of Cendétigh with the armies of south Connacht and the Osraige and the Laigin and the foreigners of Áth Cliath to come to Temair, but the foreigners went on a cavalry raid ahead in Mag Breg and Mael Sechnaill came up with them and inflicted slaughter on them. Brian then went to Ferta Nime in Mag Bregh without giving battle or carrying out an attack.

</div2>
 p.207<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1001">
 CS1001.0

Kalends.

 CS1001.1

Fergal son of Conaing, king of Ailech, dies.

 CS1001.2

Mael Póil, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis and successor of Fechín, rested.

 CS1001.3

The causeway of Áth Luain was built by Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall and Cathal son of Conchobor.

 CS1001.4

Diarmait ua Lachtnáin, king of Tebtha, was killed by his own people.

 CS1001.5

The causeway of Áth Cliath was built by Mael Sechnaill halfway across the river.

 CS1001.6

Brian begins to rule.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1002">
 CS1002.0

Kalends.

 CS1002.1

Fland son of Eogan, chief jurisconsult of Leth Cuinn, died.

 CS1002.2

An army was led by Brian to Áth Luain and he took the hostages of Mide and Connacht.

 CS1002.3

Mérlechán son of Conn, king of Gaileng, was killed by Mael Sechnaill.

 CS1002.4

Maelmuad son of Dubgille, king of Delbna Bethra, dies.

 CS1002.5

The disturbance of ua Begulán in Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS1002.6

An army was led by Brian and by Mael Sechnaill with the men of Ireland, both Connachta and Munstermen and Laigin and foreigners, as far as Dún Delga in Conaille. Aed son of Domnall ua Néill, overking of Ailech, and Eochaidh son of Ardgal king of Ulaid with the Ulaid and Cenél Eógain and Cenél Conaill and Airgialla were before them, and they did not let them beyond that, and they parted at truce without giving hostage or aitire.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1003">
 CS1003.0

Kalends.

 CS1003.1

Flannchad ua Ruadáin, of the Corco Moga, successor of Ciarán of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS1003.2

Dúnchad ua Mancháin, successor of Caemgein, rested.

 CS1003.3

Cellach son of Diarmait, king of Osraige, was killed by his cousin i.e. Donnchad son of Gilla Pátraic.

 CS1003.4

Aed ua Confhiacla, i.e. king of Tebtha, was killed by the Uí Conchille.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1004">
 CS1004.0

Kalends.

 CS1004.1

Brian son of Mael Ruanaidh, king of West Connacht, was treacherously killed by his own people.

 p.209
 CS1004.2

Eochaidh ua Flannacáin, superior of the guest house of Ard Macha, and an expert in the traditional lore of the Irish rested.

 CS1004.3

The battle of Craeb Telcha between the Ulaid and the Cenél Eógain, and the Ulaid were defeated and there fell there Eochaidh son of Artgal, king of Ulaid, and Dub Tuinne his brother and Eochaidh's two sons i.e. Cú Duiligh and Domnall, and Garbíth, king of Uí Echach, and Gilla Pátraic son of Tomaltach and Cumascach son of Flaithrí and Dubh Slánga son of Aed, and Cathalán son of Etroch and Conéne son of Muirchertach, and the rest of the Ulaid also and their rout went as far as Dún Echach and Druim Bó. Aed son of Domnall ua Néill, king of Ailech and heir designate of Ireland, fell in the counterattack of the battle. Donnchad ua Loinsigh, king of Dál Araide and heir designate of Ulaid, was killed on the next day by the Cenél Eogain.

 CS1004.4

Naoman son of Mael Ciarán, chief craftsman of Ireland, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1005">
 CS1005.0

Kalends.

 CS1005.1

Ragnall son of Gotfrith son of Aralt, king of Inse Gall, dies.

 CS1005.2

Giolla Comgaill son of Ardgal and his two sons and two hundred with them were treacherously killed by Mael Ruanaidh son of Ardgal when contending for the kingship of Ulaid.

 CS1005.3

An army was led by Brian with the men of Ireland to Cenél Eogain and to Ulaid to seek hostages, through Mide, so that they were one night in Tailtiu, thence to Ard Macha, and they were a week there and Brian left twenty unga of gold on the altar of Ard Macha. They went thence to Dál Araide and brought away the aitire of Dál Araide and the aitire of the Ulaid.

 CS1005.4

Áth Cliath was burned by southern Brega when marauding.

 CS1005.5

Cinaed son of Dub son of Mael Coluim, king of Alba, was killed by Mael Coluim son of Cinaed.

 CS1005.6

Aed, bishop of Treoit, rested.

 CS1005.7

Domnall, bishop of Mainister, rested.

 CS1005.8

Muirecán Bocht, successor of Pátraic for three years, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1006">
 CS1006.0

Kalends.

 CS1006.1

A return of calm and good weather and food in this winter so that foliage and wild garlic grew then.

 p.211
 CS1006.2

Mael Ruanaidh son of Aed ua Dubda, king of Uí Fhiachrach of Muirisc, and his son died.

 CS1006.3

A great army of the men of Ireland was led by Brian son of Cendétigh, king of Mumu, to Cenél Conaill and Cené Eógain to obtain hostages, through the centre of Connacht, over Es Ruadh through the centre of Cenél Conaill, and through Cenél Eogain to Belach Dúin. The Ulaid gave hostages on that occasion, and they obtained hostages neither from Cenél Conaill nor Cenél Eogain.

 CS1006.4

Mael na mbó, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh, was killed by his own people.

 CS1006.5

Airmedach, bishop of Ard Macha, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1007">
 CS1007.0

Kalends.

 CS1007.1

Mael Ruanaidh son of Ardgal king of Ulaid was killed by Matudán son of Domnall. Matudán son of Domnall, however, was killed by the Torc in the centre of Dui despite the protection of the saints of Ireland.

 CS1007.2

Cú Chonnacht son of Dúnadach, chief of Síl Anmchada, was killed in treachery by Murchad son of Brian.

 CS1007.3

The renewal of the fair of Tailtiu by Mael Sechnaill.

 CS1007.4

The front of the great altar of Cluain moccu Nóis was bought by Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall, and a hide from every lios in Mide for it.

 CS1007.5

The great gospel of Colum Cille was stolen by night from the annex to the great stone church of Cenannas. The great gospel of Colum Cille was found three months later with its gold and silver taken from it, and covered with sods.

 CS1007.6

The Torc, king of Ulaid, was killed by the power of God and Pátraic.

 CS1007.7

Domnall son of Dub Tuinne, king of Ulaid, was killed by Muiredach son of Matudán and by Uargaeth of Sliab Fuait.

 CS1007.8

Tuathal ua Maelmacha, successor of Pátraic in Mumu, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1008">
 CS1008.0

Kalends.

 CS1008.1

Ferdomnach, successor of Colum Cille, rested.

 CS1008.2

Great frost and snow from the eighth of the Ides 6th of January to Easter 28 March.

 CS1008.3

Muiredach, a sage bishop, nephew of Ainmire the Poor, was suffocated in a cave in the Gailenga of Corann by ua Ruairc.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1009">
 CS1009.0

Kalends.

 CS1009.1

Dub Cablaigh, daughter of the king of Connacht, wife of Brian son of Cendétigh, dies.

 CS1009.2

Matudán, king of Síl Anmchada, was killed by his own brother.

 p.213
 CS1009.3

Clothna son of Óengus, chief poet of Ireland, dies.

 CS1009.4

Tadc Dubsúilech, son of the king of Connacht, was killed by the Conmaicne.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1010">
 CS1010.0

Kalends.

 CS1010.1

Cathal son of Conchobor, king of Connacht, died on pilgrimage.

 CS1010.2

Marcán son of Cennétig, head of Mumu on the part of the clergy, rested.

 CS1010.3

Conaing son of Aedacán, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis,of the Mugdorna Maigen, rested.

 CS1010.4

An army was led by Brian to the Claenloch of Sliab Fuair, and he took the aitire of Cenél Eógain and the Ulaid.

 CS1010.5

Derbáil daughter of Tadc son of Cathal, dies.

 CS1010.6

Crundmael, the bishop, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1011">
 CS1011.0

Kalends.

 CS1011.1

Flaithbertach ua Cetnén, successor of Tigernach and a bishop, was mortally wounded by the men of Bréifne, and he died soon after.

 CS1011.2

An army was led by Brian to Mag Corainn and he brought away the king of Cenél Conaill i.e. Mael Ruanaidh ua Maíl Doraidh subject to him to Cenn Coradh.

 CS1011.3

Flann ua Donnchada, successor of Óenu, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1012">
 CS1012.0

Kalends.

 CS1012.1

A great sickness i.e. lumps and internal pains in Ard Macha from Samain to Bealtaine, which killed many seniors and students and its bishop, i.e. Cend Faeladh of Saball.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1013">
 CS1013.0

Kalends.

 CS1013.1

Derbáil daughter of Congalach son of Mael Mithig, daughter of the king of Ireland, died.

 CS1013.2

A great raid was made by Ualgarg ua Ciardha king of Cairbre and by the son of Niall ua Ruairc and by the men of Tebtha into Gailenga, and the household of Mael Sechnaill overtook them at that time, having been drinking, and offered battle to them out of arrogance, and there fell there Donnchadh son of Mael Sechnaill and Dub Taichligh ua Maílcallainn, chief of Delbna Bec and Donnchad son of Donnchad Finn, heir designate of Temair, and Cernach son of Flann king of Luigne, and Senán ua Leocháin king of Gailenga and others. Mael Sechnaill overtook them so that the spoils were left with him and Ualgarg ua Ciardha fell by him.

 p.215
 CS1013.3

A great war between the foreigners and the Irish.

 CS1013.4

A great raid was made by Murchad son of Brian into Laigin and he plundered the country to Glenn dá Locha and Cell Maignenn, and burned and spoiled the country.

 CS1013.5

A great fleet came from the foreigners into Mumu and burned Corcach, but God avenged it immediately, for Amlaíb son of Sitriuc i.e. the son of the king of the foreigners was killed, and Mathgamain son of Dubgall son of Amlaíb, in treachery, by Cathal son of Domnall son of Dub dáBairenn.

 CS1013.6

A great raid was made by Mael Sechnaill into the territory of the foreigners, and he burned the country as far as Benn Étar, and Sitric and Mael Mórdha overtook one of his raiding parties and killed two hundred of them including Flann son of Mael Sechnaill and Lorcán son of Echtigern, king of Cenél Mechair, and others.

 CS1013.7

Domnall son of Cathal, heir designate of Connacht, was killed by ua Maíldoraidh and all Mag Aí was burned and plundered.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1014">
 CS1014.0

Kalends.

 CS1014.1

The feast of Gregory before Shrove in this year and Low Sunday 2 May in summer, which was not previously heard of.

 CS1014.2

An army was led by Brian son of Cendétigh son of Lorcán king of Ireland, and by Mael Sechnaill, king of Temair, to Áth Cliath. The foreigners of the world, such of them as were to the west of Lochlainn, gathered against Brian and Mael Sechnaill; they had a thousand men in breastplates. A fierce and bitter battle is fought between them to which no parallel has been found in these times, and there fell therein Brian son of Cendétigh, overking of Ireland and the foreigners and the Britons, in the eighty-eighth year of his age, and Murchad son of Brian, heir designate of Ireland, in the sixty-third year of his age, and Tairdelbach son of Murchad son of Brian and Conaing son of Donncuan, son of Brian's brother, and Mothla son of Domnall son of Faelán king of the Déisi of Mumu, and Eochu son of Dúnadach and Niall ua Cuinn and Cú Duiligh son of Cendétigh the three companions of Brian, and Tadc ua Cellaigh king of Uí Maine and Mael Ruanaidh ua Eidhin king of Aidhe and Gébennach son of Dubacán king of Fir Maighe and Mac Bethad son of Muiredach Claen king of Ciarraige Luachra and Domnall son of Diarmait king of Corco Baiscinn and Scanlán son of Cathal king of the Eoganacht of Loch Léin and Domnall son of Emin son of Cainnech and others. The battle was fought i.e. from the Tolcha to Áth Cliath, and the foreigners and the Laigin were put to flight by dint of battle and p.217 conflict and valour, and there fell there Mael Mórdha son of Murchad son of Finn king of Laigin, and Tuathal grandson of Ugaire heir designate of Laigin and the son of Brogarbán son of Conchobor heir designate of Uí Failge and many others, and there fell there Dubgall son of Amlaíb and Gilla Ciaráin son of Glún Iarainn, two heirs designate of the foreigners, and Sigrit son of Lodair earl of Innsi Orc and Bruadar chief of the Danes, and it was he killed Brian, and all the thousand men in breastplates and no less than three thousand of the foreigners fell there.

 CS1014.3

A battle among the Uí Echach between Cian son of Maelmuad and Domnall son of Dub dá Bairenn and there fell there Cian and Cathal and Rogallach and the three sons of Maelmuad, with slaughter around them.

 CS1014.4

An army was led by Donnchad son of Brian into the south of Ireland and he killed Cathal son of Domnall and obtained hostages from Domnall.

 CS1014.5

A clash between two sons of Brian i.e. Donnchad and Tadc: Donnchad was defeated. Ruaidrí ua Donnacán, king of Arad, fell therein, and others.

 CS1014.6

Dúnlang son of Tuathal, king of Laigin, dies.

 CS1014.7

An army was led by ua Maeldoraidh and ua Ruairc into Mag Aí and they killed Domnall son of Cathal and brought away the hostages of Connacht.

 CS1014.8

Flaithbertach son of Domnall—i.e. he was of the Clann Colmáin—successor of Ciarán and Finnian, rested in Christ.

 CS1014.9

Conn ua Diugraidh, successor of Caemgein, rested.

 CS1014.10

Domnall ua Airt, king of Tebtha, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1015">
 CS1015.0

Kalends.

 CS1015.1

An army was led by Domnall son of Dub dá Bairenn to Luimnech. The two sons of Brian i.e. Donnchad and Tadc with the armies of Tuadmumu encountered him. A battle is fought between them. The south of Ireland was defeated and Domnall fell there.

 CS1015.2

An army was led by Mael Sechnaill and by ua Néill and by ua Maeldoraidh to Áth Cliath and they burned the fortress and all the houses surrounding the fortress and they went thereafter in Uí Cheinnselaigh and burned all the country and brought off many thousands of captives and kine, and one of their raiding parties was overtaken there and some of them killed including the son of the king of Connacht and others, and Congalach son of Conchobor king of Uí Failgí and Gilla Coluim ua Agda king of Tebtha were captured there.

 p.219
 CS1015.3

An army was led by Mael Sechnaill and ua Néill and ua Maeldoraidh into Laigin and they took the hostages of Laigin and gave the kingship of Laigin to Donncuan son of Dúnlang, and plundered Osraige.

 CS1015.4

The son of Ragnall son of Ímar, king of Port Láirge, was killed by the Uí Liatháin.

 CS1015.5

Aed ua Ruairc king of Bréifne and heir designate of Connacht, was killed by Tadc son of Cathal son of Conchobor, king of Connacht, in treachery.

 CS1015.6

A great raid by the Ulaid and they plundered Ard Macha from the ráith outwards and took great spoils from it.

 CS1015.7

A great wind in the autumn to which no parallel has been found in this time, in which the great oak of the reclés of Fingin in Cluain moccu Nóis fell.

 CS1015.8

A disease of the legs among the foreigners, and a plague of rats among the foreígners and the Laigin.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1016">
 CS1016.0

Kalends.

 CS1016.1

An army was led by Mael Sechnaill into Ulaid and he took the hostages of Ulaid.

 CS1016.2

Gilla Coluim ua Agda, king of Tebtha, was killed by the son of Donn son of Donngal in Druim Raithi.

 CS1016.3

Donnacán son of Dúnlang, king of Laigin, was killed, and Tadc ua Riain, king of Uí Drona, by Donnchad son of Gilla Pátraic in the centre of Leithglinn.

 CS1016.4

Cluain moccu Nóis, moreover, Cluain Ferta Brénainn and Cenannas were burned.

 CS1016.5

Mac Liac i.e. Muirchertach, chief ollamh of Ireland, an excellent man, dies in Inis Gaill Duibh on the Sinna. Mac Liac's first verse:

  1. Little Muircertach, son of Maelcertach,
    Who is wont to be herding the cows—
    He is the innocent who attempts not to wound;
    Give him a handful of finnraip.

 CS1016.6

The Connachta plundered Cell Dalua.

 CS1016.7

A battle between the Dál Araide and the Ulaid. The Dál Araide were defeated and there fell there Domnall ua Loingsigh king of Dál Araide and Niall son of Dubtuinne son of Ardgal, overking of Ulaid, and Conchobor ua Domnaill king of Uí Tuirtre and others.

 CS1016.8

The men of Mumu plundered Inis Clothrann and Inis Bó Finne.

</div2>
 p.221<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1017">
 CS1017.0

Kalends.

 CS1017.1

Diarmait ua Maíltelcha, a bishop, rested.

 CS1017.2

Óengus son of Carrach Calma, heir designate of Temair, and the pillar of the honour of Ireland, dies.

 CS1017.3

Fergal son of Domnall son of Conchobor, heir designate of Ailech, was killed by the Cenél Eogain themselves.

 CS1017.4

Donnchad son of Donnchad the grandson of Congalach, heir designate of Ireland, was killed by the men of Brega in treachery.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1018">
 CS1018.0

Kalends.

 CS1018.1

Gormgal of Ardailén, chief confessor of Ireland, rested in Christ.

 CS1018.2

Braen son of Mael Mórdha son of Murchad, king of Laigin, was blinded in Áth Cliath by Sitric son of Amlaíb, in, treachery.

 CS1018.3

Congalach son of Conchobor son of Find, king of Uí Failge. dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1019">
 CS1019.0

Kalends.

 CS1019.1

The plundering of Cenannas by Sitric son of Amlaíb with the foreigners of Áth Cliath, and people were killed in it.

 CS1019.2

The son of Catharnach son of Aed of the Uí Caisín encountered Donnchad son of Brian and gave him a blow of his sword on the head and on his right hand and cut it off. Brian's son recovered afterwards, and Catharnach's son was killed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1020">
 CS1020.0

Kalends.

 CS1020.1

Maelmuad ua Maílmuaid, king of Fir Chell, was forcibly taken from the stone church of Dairmag by Muirchertach grandson of Carrach and killed in Mag Léna.

 CS1020.2

An army was led by Maelsechlainn and ua Néill and Donnchad son of Brian and Art ua Ruairc to the Sinna and they gave the hostages of Connacht to Mael Sechnaill.

 CS1020.3

Cú Luachra son of Conchobor, king of Ciarraige Luachra, dies.

 CS1020.4

The burning of Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS1020.5

Ard Macha was burned as far as the ráith except for the scriptorium and the great stone church was burned and the bell-tower and the 'chariot' and much gold and silver.

 CS1020.6

Maelmuire, successor of Pátraic, head of the clerics of Ireland, rested.

</div2>
 p.223<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1021">
 CS1021.0

Kalends.

 CS1021.1

A shower of wheat fell in Osraige.

 CS1021.2

Branacán ua Maíluidir chief steward of Mide was drowned on May-day in Loch Aininne.

 CS1021.3

Aed son of Flann son of Mael Sechnaill, heir designate of Ireland, was killed by the Uí Maightechán of the men of Bile.

 CS1021.4

Longarg ua Maílidúin, vice-abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis,rested.

 CS1021.5

Ua Gébhennaigh, heir designate of Uí Maine, was killed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1022">
 CS1022.0

Kalends.

 CS1022.1

From the Incarnation of the Lord one thousand and twenty-two, the tenth year of the sexadecimal cycle. Sitric son of Ímar of Port Láirge was killed by the king of Osraige.

 CS1022.2

Mac Léiginn son of Cairell, king of Airgialla, rested as penitent.

 CS1022.3

Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall, son of Donnchad, overking of Ireland, the flood of honour of the western world, died in Cró-inis of Loch Aininne in the forty-third year of his reign on the 4th of the Nones 2nd of September, that is, on Sunday, the second day of the moon, the one thousandth and twenty-second year after the Lord's Incamation, and died penitent and at peace, with the successors of venerable saints Pátraic and Colum Cille and Ciarán present and assisting him.

  1. Three hundred forts has the King,
    From which he gives clothes and food;
    There are guests from the King of the elements
    In the middle of each fort of them.
  2. The vat of the man of the Tulach in the west—
    If the King of Midhe feels any desire
    On Sunday, he quaffs a drink of it
    On Monday morning in Midhe.

 CS1022.4

Muirchertach son of Carrach Calma was killed in treachery by the Got.

 CS1022.5

Domnall grandson of Murchadh Glún Ilair king of the North was killed by the Ciannacht of Glenn Geimin.

</div2>
 p.225<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1023">
 CS1023.0

Kalends.

 CS1023.1

An eclipse of the sun at midday, and an eclipse of the moon in the same month.

 CS1023.2

Domnall son of Aed Bec ua Mael Sechnaill, one of two kings of Mide, was killed by the son of Senán ua Leocháin and the Luigne.

 CS1023.3

Tadc son of Brian was killed treacherously by the Éile at the instigation of Donnchad son of Brian.

 CS1023.4

Conchobor son of Óengus son of Carrach Calma was killed by the Guit in treachery.

 CS1023.5

Maelmuire hua Cainnén, bishop of Sord, rested.

 CS1023.6

Leobelin king of the Britons dies.

 CS1023.7

A hosting by ua Concobuir king of Connacht into UíBriúin, and Domnall ua Egra king of the Luigne of Connacht was killed there.

 CS1023.8

Henry, king of the world, rested in peace. Conrad took the kingship after him.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1024">
 CS1024.0

Kalends.

 CS1024.1

Ugaire son of Dúnlang, king of Laigin, and Mael Mórdha son of Lorcán king of Uí Cheinnselaigh and his son, a house in which they were, was captured at Dubloch by Donnsléibhe and they were killed in it.

 CS1024.2

Ioseph son of Dúnchad, confessor of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested, the father of Conn na mBocht.

 CS1024.3

An army was led by the son of Eochaidh to the foreigners and he burned them and took the hostages of the Irish from them.

 CS1024.4

Cuán ua Lothcháin, chief poet of Ireland and an expert in tradition lore was killed in Tebtha, and those nine who killed him turned putrid and that is a poet's miracle.

 CS1024.5

Domnall ua Egra king of Corann dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1025">
 CS1025.0

Kalends.

 CS1025.1

Niall ua Conchobuir, heir designate of Connacht, and Mael Sechnaill Got, died.

 CS1025.2

Saerbrethach abbot of Imlech Ibair, the honour of Ireland, rested.

 CS1025.3

Muiredach son of Mugrón of the community of Imlech Fordeoraidh, successor of Ciarán, rested.

 CS1025.4

Comaltán, king of the Uí Fiachrach of Aidne, was killed.

</div2>
 p.227<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1026">
 CS1026.0

Kalends.

 CS1026.1

An army was led by Brian's son and he took the hostages of Mide and Brega and the foreigners and the Laigin and Osraige.

 CS1026.2

An army was led by Flaithbertach ua Néill and the son of Mael Sechnaill son of Maelruanaidh into Mide and they took hostages and went over the ice and attacked Inis Mochta.

 CS1026.3

Maelruanaidh ua Maeldoraidh, king of Cenél Conaill, went overseas on pilgrimage.

 CS1026.4

Conall ua Cillín, successor of Crónán of Tuaim Gréine, rested.

 CS1026.5

The causeway from Garda an Bainb to the station of the three crosses was made by Bresal Conaillech.

 CS1026.6

Three battles were won by Roen i.e. Roan i.e. a battle over the men of Mide and a battle over the men of Brega and a battle over the foreigners of Áth Cliath.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1027">
 CS1027.0

Kalends.

 CS1027.1

An army was led by the son of Brian into Osraige and some of his following was defeated there and there was killed there Gadra son of Dúnadach and Domnall son of Senchán son of Flaithbertach heir designate of Mumu and Mael Sechnaill ua Conchobuir king of Corco Mruaidh and the two sons of Cuilin son of Conchobor king and heir designate of Uí Conaill and the two sons of Écertach king and heir designate of northern Eoganachta and Ócán ua Cuirc son of Anluan son of Cendétigh and others.

 CS1027.2

The staff of Jesus was broken.

 CS1027.3

Mael Ruanaidh ua Maíldoraidh died on pilgrimage.

 CS1027.4

Ricard king of the Franks dies.

 CS1027.5

An army was led by Sitric son of Amlaíb and by Donnchad king of Brega into Mide to Lec Bladhma and to Muine Milain and the men of Mide encountered them and there fell Raon king of western Mide and Dúnchad king of Brega and the king of Uí Briúin of Cualu and others.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1028">
 CS1028.0

Kalends.

 CS1028.1

Tuathal ua Dubanaich bishop of Cluain Iraird rested.

 CS1028.2

The bishop ua Suairligh rested.

 CS1028.3

Sitric son of Amlaíb went to Rome, and Flannacán ua Cellaigh king of Brega.

 CS1028.4

The son of Amlaíb came from Rome.

 CS1028.5

Brian son of Cathal ua Conchobuir, heir designate of Connacht, was killed by Mael Sechnaill ua Maílruanaidh.

</div2>
 p.229<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1029">
 CS1029.0

Kalends.

 CS1029.1

Amlaíb son of Sitric was captured by Mathgamain ua Riacáin, king of southern Brega, and left twelve hundred cows and six score Welsh horses and three score unga of gold and the sword of Carlus as ransom and a mark for the man that captured him.

 CS1029.2

A great death-roll in Inis Alainne in Cairbre Mór in which twelve score of the nobles of Cairbre were burned and the king of Cairbre and the king of Dartraige and the superior of Druim Cliab.

 CS1029.3

Muirchertach ua Maíldoraidh, king of Cenél Conaill, was killed by the Uí Canannáin at Ráth Canannáin.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1030">
 CS1030.0

Kalends.

 CS1030.1

Bresal Conaillech of the Conaille of Muirthemne, successor of Ciarán, rested.

 CS1030.2

Flaithbertach ua Néill went to Rome.

 CS1030.3

The staff of Jesus was violated over three horses, and the man who violated it was killed within three days.

 CS1030.4

Ros Comáin and Ailfinn and all Mag Aí were violated.

 CS1030.5

Mide was laid waste by ua Mael Sechnaill.

 CS1030.6

Ruaidrí ua Canannáin was killed at Modorn by Aed ua Néill.

 CS1030.7

The kingship of Mide was taken by ua Mael Sechnaill after he had been driven over Loch Ríbh.

 CS1030.8

Aed ua Maíldoraidh was killed by Art ua Ruairc.

 CS1030.9

Tadc son of Cathal son of Conchobor, king of Connacht, was killed by Mael Sechnaill ua Maílruanaidh, king of Crimthann, and by Clann Coscraidh with Escaidi ua Catluain.

 CS1030.10

Domnall Got, king of Mide, was killed treacherously by Cúcaird ua Maílchallann, his own mercenary.

 CS1030.11

Tadc son of Lorcán, king of Uí Chennselaigh, died in penitence.

 CS1030.12

Maelodor the blind ua an Capaill, lector, rested.

 CS1030.13

Gormlaith daughter of Murchad son of Find, mother of the king of the foreigners i.e. Sitric and of the king of Mumu .i. Donnchad son of Brian, dies.

 CS1030.14

Conchobor son of Tadc ua Cellaigh, king of Uí Maine, was killed by the men of Tebtha.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1031">
 CS1031.0

Kalends.

 CS1031.1

Flaithbertach ua Néill came from Rome.

 CS1031.2

Ard Brecáin was plundered by the foreigners of Áth Cliath, and two hundred people p.231 were burned in the stone church and two hundred others carried off into captivity.

 CS1031.3

Ua Donnacán, king of Arad Tíre, was killed by Ua Briain.

 CS1031.4

Cathasach, successor of Coemgein, was blinded by Domnall son of Dúnlang, and that is an unusual act.

 CS1031.5

Ua Agda, king of Tebtha, was killed by his own brothers.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1032">
 CS1032.0

Kalends.

 CS1032.1

Domnall son of Maelruanaidh ua Maíldoraidh, king of Cenél Conaill, was killed by the sons of Fiangus.

 CS1032.2

Maeltuile, bishop of Ard Macha, rested.

 CS1032.3

Romanus pope of Rome rested.

 CS1032.4

Lightning in England that burned many people and Caerabroc.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1033">
 CS1033.0

Kalends.

 CS1033.1

Murchad ua Mael Sechnaill was killed in treachery by the son of Iarnán chief of Cuircne.

 CS1033.2

Mael Ísa, bishop of Alba, rested.

 CS1033.3

Aed son of Flaithbertach ua Néill, king of Ailech, dies as a penitent.

 CS1033.4

Fogartach ua Aed a king of Fir Luirg and Uí Fhiachrach of Ard Sratha, was killed by the Fir Manach.

 CS1033.5

Muiredach ua Manacáin a noble bishop, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1034">
 CS1034.0

Kalends.

 CS1034.1

Mael Coluim son of Cinaed, king of Alba, the honour of western Europe, died.

 CS1034.2

Amlaíb son of Sitric was killed by the Saxons on his way to Rome.

 CS1034.3

The men of Mumu captured a house from a band of the men of Tebtha in Cluain moccu Nóis, in which many fell, including the son of Béc ua Agda.

 CS1034.4

Dubdaingen i.e. the son of Donnchad king of Connacht, was killed by his own people i.e. by the Uí Maine i.e. by Sitric ua F.

 CS1034.5

Gilla Patraic ua Flannagain king of Tebtha died.

 CS1034.6

Muiredhach ua Flaitbertaigh king of the Ua mBriuin Sheola was treacherously killed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1035">
 CS1035.0

Kalends.

 CS1035.1

Cnut son of Stain, king of England, dies.

 CS1035.2

Ua Ruairc, i.e. Art, plundered Cluain Ferta Brénainn and he was defeated the same day by the son of Brian and left many of his people slaughtered.

</div2>
 p.233<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1036">
 CS1036.0

Kalends.

 CS1036.1

Donnchad son of Dúnlang king of Laigin was blinded by Donnchad son of Gilla Pátraic and died of it.

 CS1036.2

Mael Sechnaill ua Maelruanaidh king of Cremthann was killed by Aed ua Conchobuir in revenge for Tadc and Brian.

 CS1036.3

Scolóc, i.e. Niall, ua Flannacáin, king of Tebtha, was killed by his own people.

 CS1036.4

Flaithbertach son of Muirchertach ua Néill, king of Ailech, dies.

 CS1036.5

Óengus ua Flainn, successor of Brénainn of Cluain Ferta, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1037">
 CS1037.0

Kalends.

 CS1037.1

Cathal son of Ruaidrí, king of western Connacht, went on his pilgrimage to Ard Macha.

 CS1037.2

Scrín of Colum Cille and Damliac were plundered by the foreigners of Áth Cliath.

 CS1037.3

Muirgius ua Conchennain, king of Uí Diarmata, dies.

 CS1037.4

Flaithbertach son of Loingsech, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1038">
 CS1038.0

Kalends.

 CS1038.1

Cuinnend of Condere, bishop, dies.

 CS1038.2

A battle between the Delbna and the Uí Maine on the feast of Ciarán in which many were killed and the Delbna were victors.

 CS1038.3

A battle between Conrad king of the Saxons and Odo king of the Franks in which a thousand fell, including Odo.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1039">
 CS1039.0

Kalends.

 CS1039.1

Iago, king of the Britons, was killed by his own people.

 CS1039.2

Donnchad Derg son of Art ua Ruairc, king of east Connacht, was killed by Aed ua Conchobuir.

 CS1039.3

Mac Nia, successor of Buite and a bishop, rested.

 CS1039.4

Donnchad son of Gilla Pátraic, overking of Laigin and Osraige, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1040">
 CS1040.0

Kalends.

 CS1040.1

Coscrach son of Aingid, successor of Flannán and Brénainn, rested.

 CS1040.2

Mael Muire ua Uchtán, successor of Colum Cille, rested.

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 CS1040.3

Donnchad son of Critan, overking of Alba, was killed at an unripe age by his own people.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1041">
 CS1041.0

Kalends.

 CS1041.1

Glenn Uisenn was plundered by the son of Mael na mbó and the oak house was broken down and a hundred people killed there and seven hundred cows taken from it, that is, in revenge for Ferna being plundered by the son of Brian.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1042">
 CS1042.0

Kalends.

 CS1042.1

Mael Brigte, bishop of Cell Dara, rested.

 CS1042.2

Loingsech ua Flaithnéin of the Cuircne, successor of Ciarán and Crónán, rested.

 CS1042.3

Murchad son of Dúnlang, king of Laigen, and Donnchad son of Aed, king of Uí Bairrche, fell by Gilla Pátraic son of Donnchad, king of Osraige, and Mac Raith ua Donnchada, king of Eoganacht, when they were taking a prey in Laigin.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1043">
 CS1043.0

Kalends.

 CS1043.1

Flaithbertach, bishop of Dún Lethglaise, dies.

 CS1043.2

Domnall ua Fergaile, king of the Fortuatha of Laigin, was killed by the son of Tuathal.

 CS1043.3

The community of Ciarán fasted in Tulach Garba against Aed ua Confhiacla sub-king of Tebtha and the Bernán of Ciarán was rung against him with the foot of the staff of Jesus in it. Now the place in which he turned his back on the clerics, in that place his head was taken from him within a month by the men of Mide.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1044">
 CS1044.0

Kalends.

 CS1044.1

Mael Mochta, bishop of Lugbad, rested.

 CS1044.2

Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered by the Conmaicne, and God and Ciarán took vengeance of them therefor i.e. an unidentified pestilence, so that most of their people and stock were killed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1045">
 CS1045.0

Kalends.

 CS1045.1

Flaithbertach ua Cananáin, king of Cenél Conaill, dies.

 CS1045.2

Cluain Ferta Brénainn was burned by the Uí Maine and Cú Chonnacht son of Gadra ua Dúnadaigh was killed.

 CS1045.3

Amalgaid son of Flann, king of Calraige, died of an unidentified disease within three days of inflicting a forced billetting on Cluain moccu Nóis.

</div2>
 p.237<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1046">
 CS1046.0

Kalends.

 CS1046.1

Art ua Ruairc king of Connacht was killed by Cenél Conaill in the second year after plundering Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS1046.2

Fergal ua Ciardha, king of Coirpre, was killed by the men of Tebtha.

 CS1046.3

Gormlaith daughter of Mael Sechnaill rested.

 CS1046.4

Maelruanaidh Got was killed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1047">
 CS1047.0

Kalends.

 CS1047.1

Great snow in this year the like of which was not previously experienced.

 CS1047.2

Great famine came in Ulaid so that they left their territory and went into Laigin and it is from violating protection that famine came i.e. treachery was played on the two sons of Bran son of Mael Mórdha by the son of Eochaidh and the nobles of Ulaid when they were sureties for them, and it is on the son of Mael na mbó the Ulaid played that treachery.

 CS1047.3

Niall ua Ruairc was killed by Aed ua Conchobuir in Corann.

 CS1047.4

Cethernach, a bishop from Tech Collainn, died.

 CS1047.5

Ua Baillen, bishop of Ros Cré, rested.

 CS1047.6

The son of Donnchad Got, heir designate of Temair, rested.

 CS1047.7

Ua Eidin, king of Uí Fhiachrach Aidne, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1048">
 CS1048.0

Kalends.

 CS1048.1

Céle, bishop of Ardachad, rested.

 CS1048.2

An army was led by Donnchad son of Brian through Mide and Brega to the foreigners and the Laigin, and he took hostages from the son of Mael na mbó and his due from the foreigners.

 CS1048.3

Fergal ua Maílmuaid, king of Fir Cell, died.

 CS1048.4

Cennfaeladh ua Cuill, ollamh of Mumu, dies.

 CS1048.5

Gilla Coluim grandson of Eicnech, overking of Airgialla,rested.

 CS1048.6

Mael Fabaill ua Eidhin, king of Uí Fhiachrach Aidne, rested.

 CS1048.7

An army was led by the son of Eochaidh and by the son of Mael na mbó into Mide, and they burned almost all the churches of the men of Mide.

 CS1048.8

This is the last year of the 5000 according to the Hebrew truth.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1049">
 CS1049.0

Kalends.

 CS1049.1

Amalgaidh, successor of Pátraic, rested.

 CS1049.2

Aneslis son of Domnall, king of Corco Baiscinn, was killed by the son of Asith son of Domnall.

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 CS1049.3

An army was led by the son of Brian to Mag Airb and he took the hostages of Laigin and Osraige.

 CS1049.4

All Ros Comáin, both stone church and reclés, was burned by the men of Bréifne.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1050">
 CS1050.0

Kalends.

 CS1050.1

Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered thrice within a single quarter i.e. once by Síl Anmchada and twice by the Calraige with the Sinnaigh.

 CS1050.2

Donnchad son of Gilla Faelán, king of Uí Failge, was killed by ua Conchobuir king of Uí Failge.

 CS1050.3

Cluain moccu Nóis and Inis Clothrann were plundered by the Conmaicne.

 CS1050.4

The birth of Muirchertach ua Briain king of Ireland.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1051">
 CS1051.0

Kalends.

 CS1051.1

Ua Conchobuir king of Uí Failge was killed by his own people.

 CS1051.2

Amalgaidh son of Cathal son of Ruaidrí king of Iarthar Connacht was blinded by Aed ua Conchobuir king of east Connacht, and he settled thereafter in west Connacht.

 CS1051.3

The defeat of Sliab Formail inflicted on the Conmaicne by Aed ua Conchobuir in which a large number of the Conmaicne fell.

 CS1051.4

Domnall Bán ua Briain was killed by ua Conchobuir, king of Connacht.

 CS1051.5

The tree of Magh Adair was cut down by Aed ua Concobuir.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1052">
 CS1052.0

Kalends.

 CS1052.1

A raid by the son of Mael na mbó into Fine Gall, and he burned the country from Áth Cliath to Albene, but obtained no cows, and they carried out great skirmishes around the fortress in which many fell, and the king of the foreigners i.e. Echmarcach son of Ragnall went overseas and the son of Mael na mbó took the kingship of the foreigners in his stead.

 CS1052.2

A raid by Aed ua Conchobuir into Conmaicne and he inflicted great devastation on it.

 CS1052.3

Echtigern ua Egráin of the Sogain of Uí Maine, successor of Ciarán of Cluain moccu Nóis and of Comán, died on pilgrimage in Cluain Iraird.

 CS1052.4

A slaughter of the Callraige including their king, the son of Airechtach, by the power of Ciarán.

 CS1052.5

Dubessa, daughter of Brian, dies.

</div2>
 p.241<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1053">
 CS1053.0

Kalends.

 CS1053.1

Niall grandson of Énech, king of Fir Manach, and his brother were killed by the men of Lurc.

 CS1053.2

An army was led by the son of Brian and by ua Mael Sechnaill into Fine Gall and took hostages from the son of Mael na mbó.

 CS1053.3

Cochlán, king of Delbna Bethra, was treacherously killed by his own people.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1054">
 CS1054.0

Kalends.

 CS1054.1

A fiery tower was seen in Ross Dela on Sunday, the feast of Gregory, for a period of five hours. Countless blackbirds were going in and out of it and one great bird in their midst, and when the little birds went in the tower they would go under his feathers. They came out and picked up a hound that was in the middle of the steading up into the air and let it fall so that it died immediately, and they lifted up three large cloaks and let them fall again. The wood on which the birds alighted fell under them, and the oak on which the birds alighted was aquiver with its roots in the ground.

 CS1054.2

Loch Suide Odráin in Sliab Guaire vanished at the end of the eve of Michaelmas and went into the Febail.

 CS1054.3

Cacht daughter of Ragnall, queen of Ireland, dies.

 CS1054.4

A raid by Aed ua Conchobuir, king of Connacht, to Corcu Baiscinn and to Dartraige and he took great preys and on that occasion Aed son of Cendétigh, chief and honour of Dál Cais, was killed by him.

 CS1054.5

Ua Gerithir, bishop of Cell Dalua, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1055">
 CS1055.0

Kalends.

 CS1055.1

A raid by Aed ua Conchobuir king of Connacht over the west of Mide and he took many spoils and captives from it.

 CS1055.2

Mael Dúin son of Gille Aindrias, bishop of Alba and the honour of the Gaedel, rested.

 CS1055.3

Gilla Pátraic, king of Osraige, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1056">
 CS1056.0

Kalends.

 CS1056.1

Flann, lector of Mainister and great sage of the Irish both in Latin learning and traditional lore, rested.

 CS1056.2

Odor son of Flann, king of Callraige, was slain.

</div2>
 p.243<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1057">
 CS1057.0

Kalends.

 CS1057.1

Dúnchad ua Donnchada, king of Caisel, dies.

 CS1057.2

A great raid on Luigne by Aed ua Conchobuir.

 CS1057.3

Mugrón ua Matain, successor of Bairre and a noble bishop and a lector, was killed by his own people on coming from matins.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1058">
 CS1058.0

Kalends.

 CS1058.1

Lulach king of Alba was killed treacherously by Mael Coluim son of Donnchad.

 CS1058.2

A raid by Aed ua Conchobuir and the Sinnaigh, and they plundered Lothra.

 CS1058.3

The battle of Sliab Crot won by Diarmaid son of Mael na mbó and by Tairdelbach ua Briain over Donnchad ua Briain in which fell Ligda successor of Ailbe and Rígbardán son of Cú Coirne, king of Éle.

 CS1058.4

Mac Bethad son of Finnlaech, king of Alba, was killed by Mael Coluim son of Donnchad.

 CS1058.5

Gallbrat ua Cerbaill was killed by Conchobor ua Mael Sechnaill, heir designate of Temair, in treachery. The sword of Carlus and much else besides was taken by the son of Mael na mBó for that, for he was under his protection.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1059">
 CS1059.0

Kalends.

 CS1059.1

Niall Ua Maíldoraidh, king of Cenél Conaill, died on pilgrimage.

 CS1059.2

Cathal son of Tigernán, king of East Connacht, was killed by Aed ua Ruairc.

 CS1059.3

Conn na mBocht of Cluain moccu Nóis rested.

 CS1059.4

The son of Brian went into the house of Aed ua Conchobuir, the king of Connacht, and gave him his obedience.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1060">
 CS1060.0

Kalends.

 CS1060.1

A change of abbots in Ard Macha i.e. Cumuscach ua Erodáin instead of Dub dá Lethe.

 CS1060.2

A great mast-crop throughout Ireland in this year.

 CS1060.3

The son of Brian went into the house of Mael na mBó and brought many valuables and treasures from it.

 CS1060.4

A raid was made by the Éile and ua Fogarta on Cluain moccu Nóis and two persons were killed at the church i.e. from the cross of the scriptorium. The cows returned by the power of Ciarán at the time of rising on the following day.

</div2>
 p.245<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1061">
 CS1061.0

Kalends.

 CS1061.1

There were severe sicknesses in Laigin i.e. the bolgach and the tregait, and many people throughout Laigin died.

 CS1061.2

Gairbíth ua Cathusaigh, king of Brega, dies.

 CS1061.3

An army was led by Aed ua Conchobuir, king of Connacht, into Mumu and he burned Cell Dalua and dismantled the fortress of Cenn Coradh and ate the two salmon that were in the well of Cenn Coradh, and the well was blocked up by him thereafter.

 CS1061.4

Ruaidrí ua Flaithbertaigh was killed by ua Conchobuir.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1062">
 CS1062.0

Kalends.

 CS1062.1

The son of Eochaidh, king of Ulaid, died.

 CS1062.2

Tadc son of ua Conchobuir was killed by the son of Aed son of Ruaidrí in treachery.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1063">
 CS1063.0

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1064">
 CS1064.0

Kalends.

 CS1064.1

This is the last year of the great cycle. Dub dá lethe, successor of Pátraic, rested.

 CS1064.2

Donnchad son of Brian was deposed and went to Rome on pilgrimage and died in repentance i.e. in the monastery of Stephen.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1065">
 CS1065.0

Kalends.

 CS1065.1

The plundering of Cluain moccu Nóis by the Conmaicne and the Uí Maine. Cluain Ferta was plundered by them on the next day i.e. by Aed ua Ruairc, king of Bréifne, and the son of Tadc ua Cellaigh and his son. Aed ua Conchobuir inflicted a defeat on them the next day by the grace of Ciarán, and they left behind their following and their ships.

 CS1065.2

Diarmait son of Tadc ua Cellaigh and his son were killed by ua Conchobuir within a year.

 CS1065.3

Ua Ruairc died by the grace of Ciarán.

 CS1065.4

Ua Matgamna, king of Ulaid, was treacherously killed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1066">
 CS1066.0

Kalends.

 CS1066.1

A wonderful star appeared in this year, and such were its size and brilliance that people said that it was a moon.

 CS1066.2

Gilla Braite ua Ruairc king of Bréifne dies.

 CS1066.3

The value of thirty uinge of gold was given by Tairdelbach ua Briain and the son of Mael na mbó to Aed ua Conchobuir for assisting them, and p.247 the same amount by Murchad ua Briain for assisting him.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1067">
 CS1067.0

Kalends.

 CS1067.1

Muirchertach ua Carthaigh, chief authority and chief ollamh of Connacht, was drowned in Loch Calgaigh.

 CS1067.2

Célechair, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS1067.3

Tadc ua Muiricén, king of Tebtha, was killed by Muinter Tlamáin.

 CS1067.4

An army was led by Diarmait son of Mael na mbó with the foreigners and the Laigin and with Tairdelbach ua Briain with the men of all Mumu against Aed ua Conchobuir, and he slew ua Conchubuir, king of Ciarraige Luachra. The men of Bréifne under Aed son of Art ua Ruairc also came to attack Connacht. Their number was three hundred score. A fierce and bitter battle is fought between the Connachta and the men of Bréifne and there fell in it Aed ua Conchobuir, the warrior of the western world, the Cú Chulainn of the Irish, the flood of honour and distinction of Ireland, and the man who gave most food and clothing, gold and cattle for his soul's sake in Ireland.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1068">
 CS1068.0

Kalends.

 CS1068.1

Murchad ua Briain, heir designate of Ireland, the 'short shield', was killed by the men of Tebtha.

 CS1068.2

Domnall grandson of Mael Sechnaill, king of Cenél Eogain, was killed by his own brother.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1069">
 CS1069.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1069.1

An army was led by Murchadh son of Diarmait into Mide and he burned Granard and Fobar and Ard Brecáin. Fechín however killed him face to face for this, with a slaughter of the foreigners and the Laigin.

 CS1069.2

The son of Gadra son of Dúnadach, king of Síl Anmchada, died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1070">
 CS1070.0

Kalends.

 CS1070.1

Ailill ua Airechtaigh, of the Corco Raidhe, successor of Ciarán, rested.

 CS1070.2

Murchad Liathánach, heir designate of Connacht, was treacherously killed by the Conmaicne.

 CS1070.3

Donngal son of Gormán, vice-abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

</div2>
 p.249<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1071">
 CS1071.0

Kalends.

 CS1071.1

Ruaidrí ua Canannáin, king of Cenél Conaill,was killed.

 CS1071.2

Ua Maílruanaidh, king of Ulaid, was killed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1072">
 CS1072.0

Kalends.

 CS1072.1

Diarmait son of Mael na mbó, king of the foreigners and of Laigin and of Leth Moga, was killed by Conchobor ua Mael Sechnaill in the battle of Odba, with slaughter around him.

 CS1072.2

Ua Flaithrí king of Ulaid and the son of Aisith, king of Gabla, were burned in a house set on fire by the men of Mide.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1073">
 CS1073.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1073.1

Conchobor ua Mael Sechnaill, king of Temair, was killed by his brother's son, i.e. by Murchadh son of Flann, in treachery. His head was taken from its burial place in Cluain moccu Nóis to Cenn Coradh by Tairdelbach ua Briain on the Friday after Easter 5 April;on the Sunday immediately following 7 April it was brought north again with two gold rings accompanying it.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1074">
 CS1074.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1074.1

Dúnán, bishop of Áth Cliath, rested.

 CS1074.2

Donnchad ua Cellaigh, king of Uí Maine, was killed by his own brother in treachery.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1075">
 CS1075.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1075.1

Ua Canannáin, king of Cenél Conaill, dies.

 CS1075.2

Muirchertach ua Briain was made king in Áth Cliath.

 CS1075.3

Gotraigh, king of the foreigners, dies.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1076">
 CS1076.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1076.1

Murchad son of Conchobor ua Mael Sechnaill was killed by Amlaíb son of Maelán in the bell-tower of Cenannas, i.e. by the king of Gailenga, and he himself fell by Mael Sechnaill son of Conchobor.

 CS1076.2

Scarcity of food in this year.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1077">
 CS1077.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1077.1

All Cluain moccu Nóis was burned except the church.

 CS1077.2

Murchadh son of Conchobor son of Mael Sechnaill was killed by the men of Tebtha.

</div2>
 p.251<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1078">
 CS1078.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1078.1

Lethlabar ua Laidcnén, king of Airgialla, and Conchobor ua Briain, king of Cenél Eogain, and Domnall son of Tigernán, king of Conmaicne, all were killed.

 CS1078.2

Coibdenach, confessor of Imlech Ibair, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1079">
 CS1079.0

Kalends.

 CS1079.1

Mael Ciaráin son of Conn na mBocht rested.

 CS1079.2

Cellach ua Ruanadha, ollamh of Ireland, dies.

 CS1079.3

Aed ua Flaithbertaigh, king of West Connacht, was killed by Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir.

 CS1079.4

Muiredach son of Mugrón, lector of Cluain moccu Nóis,rested.

 CS1079.5

An army was led by Tairdelbach ua Briain to Áth Cliath and to the men of Mide, and Mael Sechnaill son of Conchobor came into his house with the successor of Pátraic and the staff of Jesus.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1080">
 CS1080.0

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1081">
 CS1081.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1081.1

The son of Amalgaid son of Flann chief or king of Callraige was killed by Mael Sechnaill son of Conchobor.

 CS1081.2

Ára was plundered by foreigners.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1082">
 CS1082.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1082.1

Domnall son of Tadc ua Conchobuir, heir designate of Connacht, was killed by Cathal son of Aed ua Conchobuir in treachery. Cathal ua Conchobuir fell by Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir with a great number with him.

 CS1082.2

Cinaed ua Ruadhain, vice-abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1083">
 CS1083.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1083.1

Aed grandson of Mael Sechnaill, king of Ailech, dies.

 CS1083.2

An Méránach ua Eochada, king of Ulaid, was drowned in Luimnech.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1084">
 CS1084.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1084.1

A battle between Donnchad ua Ruairc with the east of Connacht and Cairbre and Gailenga, and Muirchertach ua Briain with the foreigners and Laigin and Osraige and the Munstermen, and Donnchad ua Ruairc was killed therein and Cendétigh ua Briain and Congalach ua Conchobuir Failge and others.

</div2>
 p.253<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1085">
 CS1085.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1085.1

Destruction of people and stock in this year.

 CS1085.2

The son of Domnall ua Ruairc, king of Uí Briúin, was treacherously killed.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1086">
 CS1086.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1086.1

Mael Ísa ua Brolchán, wise elder of Ireland and a sage in wisdom and instruction, rested.

 CS1086.2

Tairdelbach ua Briain, king of most of Ireland, ended his life happily in the twenty-second year of his reign.

 CS1086.3

The defeat of Crincha inflicted by the foreigners and Laigin on Mael Sechnaill son of Conchobor, in which fell Mael Ciaráin ua Cathasaigh and ua Mael Muaid, king of Fir Cell, and others.

 CS1086.4

The 'White Fox' ua Catharnaigh, i.e. Cinaed king of Tebtha, and his son and ua Muiredhaigh chief of Muintir Tlamáin, were treacherously killed by Mael Sechlainn son of Conchobor in Loch Muige Uatha.

 CS1086.5

Ua Baígelláin, king of Airgialla, was killed by the Conaille.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1087">
 CS1087.0

Kalends.

 CS1087.1

Mael Sechnaill son of Conchobor, king of Temair, was killed by the men of Tebtha in Ardachadh in treachery.

 CS1087.2

Maelruanaidh ua Airt, king of Tebtha, dies.

 CS1087.3

The battle of Conacla i.e. in Corannwon by Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir and Cormac ua Cillín, chief vice-abbot of Síl Muiredaigh, with the staff of Ciarán in his hand before the battle when it was being fought between the Connachta and the Conmaicne, and the Conmaicne were defeated, and there fell there Aed son of Art ua Ruairc, king of Conmaicne, and Muiredach ua Eolais and Sitric son of Cú Slébe ua Fergail and the son of Gafraidh ua Siridén and others. Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir was victor.

 CS1087.4

The battle of Ráth Edair between the Laigin and the men of Mumu and the Laigin were defeated. Muirchertach ua Briain was victor.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1088">
 CS1088.0

Kalends.

 CS1088.1

A defeat inflicted by Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir on Muirchertach ua Briain at Inis Ardachaidh where many Munstermen were killed. Another slaughter of Munstermen by Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir. Corco Mruad was attacked by Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir and they hardly left a cow or man undestroyed. There fell there when taken off guard three good men of the Connachta i.e. p.255 the son of Cathal ua Mugróin, chief of Clann Cathail, and Cú Sinna son of Muirchertach, chief of Clann Tomaltaigh, and the son of Gilla Críst son of Echtigern, chief of Corco Achlann. Ruaidrí gave a fortnight's billetting to Domnall son of mac Lochlainn and Cenél Conaill and Cenél Eogain. The Connachta and the men of the North then went into Mumu and ravaged to Imlech Ibair and Loch Gair and Brugh Rígh and Dún Aiched and Drumain h Clérchin and broke down the walls of Luimnech and brought away the head of the son of Cailech from Cnocoib Sainngil and stormed Cenn Coradh and left eight score warriors there both foreigners and Irish and took hostages of them, taking the son of Matudán ua Cendétigh from it and the son of Congalach ua Ócáin and the son of Eochu ua Loingsigh, and cows and gold and horses and silver and horns were given for them by Murchad ua Briain.

 CS1088.2

Tigernach ua Braín of the Síl Muiredhaigh, successor of Ciarán of Cluain moccu Nóis and of Comán, rested.

 CS1088.3

Dub Cablaigh daughter of Aed ua Conchobuir dies.

 CS1088.4

Mór, daughter of Tairdelbach ua Briain, wife of Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir, dies.

 CS1088.5

Ua Maílgiric, ollamh of Ireland, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1089">
 CS1089.0

Kalends.

 CS1089.1

Donnchad son of Domnall Remar, king of Laigin and the foreigners, was killed by Conchobor ua Conchobuir Failge.

 CS1089.2

A fleet of the men of Mumu came on the Sinna and Loch Ríbh and plundered Inis Clothrann and Inis Bó Finne and Inis Aingin and Cluain Emain, and Aidhricech and Recraith were closed after them by Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir, and the men of that fleet sought ua Mael Sechnaill's protection and left their ships with him, and ua Conchobuir went on a raid into Mumu to Cell Dalua and Dál Cais in those ships, while ua Mael Sechnaill was in Uaithne Tíre and Uaithne Fidbaide, and they brought away many cows and captives.

 CS1089.3

The Easter 1 April of the high wind.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1090">
 CS1090.0

Kalends.

 CS1090.1

Muirchertach ua Briain went on Loch Riach in a surprise move.

 CS1090.2

Muirchertach ua Bric, king of the Déisi, was killed.

 CS1090.3

Dún Aiched was burned by Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1091">
 CS1091.0

Kalends.

 CS1091.1

Cennfaelad ua Ócáin, successor of Brénainn, rested.

 p.257
 CS1091.2

Donnslébhe ua Eochadha, king of Ulaid, was killed by the Cenél Eogain.

 CS1091.3

The grandson of Aed son of Ruaidrí, king of West Connacht, dies.

 CS1091.4

Mael Ísa, successor of Pátraic, rested in Ard Macha.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1092">
 CS1092.0

Kalends.

 CS1092.1

Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir, king of Connacht, was blinded by Flaithbertach ua Flaithbertaigh and by Fagurtach ua Fagurtaigh, and he was his fosterfather and his godfather seven times, over and his lord.

 CS1092.2

The Pious Man ua Fallamain was drowned in Loch Cairrgin.

 CS1092.3

Aed son of Cathal ua Conchobuir was captured by ua Briain and the kingship of Síl Muiredaigh given to Gilla na Naom ua Eidhin.

 CS1092.4

Cormac of Mainister, a noble bishop, rested.

 CS1092.5

A fleet of the men of Mumu plundered Cluain moccu Nóis.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1093">
 CS1093.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1093.1

Mael Coluim son of Donnchad, king of Alba, was killed by the French, and his son Edward and Margarita, wife of MaelColuim, died of grief for him.

 CS1093.2

Aed son of Cathal ua Conchobuir, king of Síl Muiredaigh, was killed in Mumu in captivity by ua Fagurtaigh, i.e. Fagurtach, in treachery.

 CS1093.3

All Síl Muiredaigh were defeated by Muirchertach ua Briain, king of Ireland, and he plundered them and drove them into Tír Eogain and captured their king i.e. Gilla na Naom ua Conchobuir and ua Concenainn, the son of Tadc, king of Uí Diarmata.

 CS1093.4

Ailill ua Nialláin of the Uí Fhiachrach of Aidne, vice-abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis and successor of Crónán of Tuaim Gréine and of Mac Duach, rested.

 CS1093.5

Ísel Ciaráin was bought in perpetuity by Cormac son of Conn na mBocht from ua Flaithnén and from Domnall son of Flann ua Mael Sechnaill, king of Mide.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1094">
 CS1094.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1094.1

Domnall son of Flann ua Mael Sechnaill king of Temair was killed by the men of Mide i.e. by the Luigne.

 CS1094.2

The battle of Fidnach won by Tadc son of Ruaidrí and the Síl Muiredaigh over ua Flaithbertaigh and Corco Mruad and West Connacht, and slaughter inflicted on them.

 p.259
 CS1094.3

Donnchadh son of Mael Coluim, king of Alba, was killed by his own people.

 CS1094.4

Mide was divided between Donnchad and Conchobor.

 CS1094.5

Gilla na nIngen ua Cobthaigh, king of Umaill, superior of Achadh Fabair, was killed by the men of Cera.

 CS1094.6

Ruaidrí ua Donnacán, king of Arad, dies.

 CS1094.7

Ímar ua Gille Ultáin, chief of Muintir Maílsinna, was killed by the men of Mide.

 CS1094.8

Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered by the Delbna.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1095">
 CS1095.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1095.1

Taichlech ua Egra, king of Luigne, was killed.

 CS1095.2

Domnall ua Muiricén, king of Tebtha, and Amlaíb son of Cú Meda treacherously killed in captivity in Mumu.

 CS1095.3

Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered by the Conmaicne, and the door of the church blocked with stones.

 CS1095.4

This year is the year of the plague, and it is not possible to count the people it killed.

 CS1095.5

Great preying on Cluain moccu Nóis by evil men in this year so that the entire settlement was almost completely laid waste and the women could not dwell apart but were mingled with their husbands.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1096">
 CS1096.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1096.1

The year in which the feast of John fell on a Friday, and great fear seized the men of Ireland on account of it, and what the clerics of Ireland resolved on to dispel it was that there should be a three-days fast each month and abstention every day for a year and alms should be given to the Lord. The kings of Ireland gave freedom to many churches that were liable to tribute.

 CS1096.2

Muirchertach ua Dubda, king of Uí Amalgaid and Uí Fiachrach, was killed by his own people.

 CS1096.3

Ua Flaithnén, successor of Ciarán, went on pilgrimage.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1097">
 CS1097.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1097.1

Tadc son of Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir, king of Connacht, was killed by his own people.

 CS1097.2

Flaithbertach went into his native territory to Aed ua Conchobuir and the kingship of Síl Muiredaigh was given to him.

 CS1097.3

Mael Brigte ua Brolchán, bishop of Cell Dara, rested.

 p.261
 CS1097.4

The bell-tower of Mainister was burned with the scriptorium therein.

 CS1097.5

The year of abundant nuts.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1098">
 CS1098.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1098.1

A rainy and fruitful year.

 CS1098.2

Flaithbertach ua Flaithbertaigh was killed by the Síl Muiredaigh in vengeance for the blinding of Ruaidrí.

 CS1098.3

Mide was laid waste between Donnchad ua Mael Sechnaill and Conchobor ua Mael Sechnaill.

 CS1098.4

Domnall ua Éinne, chief bishop of Mumu, rested in the seventy-sixth year of his age.

 CS1098.5

Great snow in this year.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1099">
 CS1099.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1099.1

A battle-rout inflicted by western Tebtha on eastern Tebtha in which fell Muirchertach ua Airt, king of Tebtha, and ua Lachtnáin.

 CS1099.2

Derbforgaill daughter of Tadc ua Gilla Pádraic, mother of Muirchertach ua Briain, died.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1100">
 CS1100.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1100.1

Gilla na Naem ua Eidin, king of Síl Muiredaigh and of all Connacht, dies and was buried in Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS1100.2

Donnchad ua Eochadha, king of Ulaid, was imprisoned by Domnall grandson of Lochlainn, king of Cenél Eogain.

 CS1100.3

Cú Meda ua Laegacháin, overchief of Síl Rónáin, rested.

 CS1100.4

Mac Raith ua Flaithnén, successor of Ciarán and of Crónán of Tuaim Gréine, rested in exile in Achadh Bó.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1101">
 CS1101.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1101.1

A gathering of the men of Ireland with Muirchertach ua Briain in Caisel i.e. with laity and clergy, and Muirchertach ua Briain then gave Caisel of the kings as a gift to the Lord.

 CS1101.2

An army of the men of Ireland was led by Muirchertach ua Briain around Ireland i.e. by Eas Ruad and into Cenél Conaill and Inis Eoghain, and he destroyed Ailech, and over the narrows of the Camus into Ulaid and over Sliab Fuait home.

 CS1101.3

Magnus came to conquer Ireland.

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 CS1101.4

A skirmish of two bands of soldiers in Cluain moccu Nóis, i.e. Muinter Tadgáin and Muinter Cinaeith, and Muintir Cinaeith were defeated and the Gilla Finn grandson of Uallacháin, king of Síl Anmchada, was killed there.

 CS1101.5

Cathal ua Muiricén, king of Tebtha, was killed by east Tebtha.

 CS1101.6

Donnchad son of Art ua Ruairc, king of Conmaicne, was killed by his own people.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1102">
 CS1102.0

Kalends of January on Wednesday.

 CS1102.1

Domnall son of Tigernán ua Ruairc, king of Bréifne and Connacht, was killed by Muinter Eoluis.

 CS1102.2

Mugrón ua Mungair, lector of Ard Macha, rested i.e. the father of Mael Maedóig and of Gilla Críst.

 CS1102.3

A year's peace was made by Muirchertach ua Briain with Magnus king of Lochlann.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1103">
 CS1103.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1103.1

Cormac son of Conn na mBocht, of the Mugdorna Maigen, successor of Ciarán of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS1103.2

The battle of Mag Coba. An army was led by Muirchertach ua Briain with all Leth Moga and Connachta and the men of Mide, and they came to Ard Macha and were a fortnight encamped there; they went thence to Mag Coba and divided there and Muirchertach ua Briain and Donnchad ua Mael Sechlainn king of Mide and Domnall son of Ruaidrí king of Connacht went raiding in Dál Araide and the Dál Araide killed Donnchad son of Tairdelbach ua Briain and Petta Demain ua Beolláin. And thereafter the king of Cenél Eogain i.e. Domnall grandson of Lochlann came seeking those who were left in Mag Coba, the battallion of the Laigin and most of the men of Mumu and some of the men of Mide and of the Connacht, and they fought a battle there and the Laigin and the Osraige were defeated. These are the kings and chiefs who fell in the battle i.e. Muirchertach son of Gille Mocholmóc, king of Laigin, and the two sons of ua Lorcáin i.e. Murchad king of Uí Muiredaigh and his brother, the son of Iarann ua Fiachrach king of Uí Enechglais, the two sons of Mael Mórdha ua Domnaill and his brother, Gilla Pátraic Ruad king of Osraige.

 CS1103.3

Magnus king of Lochlann and the Innse, a man who attempted to conquer Ireland, was killed on a raid in Ulaid.

 CS1103.4

Amalgaidh grandson of Aed son of Ruaidrí was killed by his father and mother and brother in vengeance for their fosterling i.e. Conchobor son of Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir, whom he had killed.

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 CS1103.5

A woman bore two children simultaneously this year, having one body from their breast to their navel, and all their limbs well-proportioned save for that, and each facing the other, and they were two girls.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1104">
 CS1104.0

Kalends.

 CS1104.1

Gilla Críst ua Echtigern, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

 CS1104.2

Cú Uladh ua Cainnelbáin fell at Tráig Baile and he died with honour.

 CS1104.3

Fiachra ua Flainn, chief of Síl Maelruanaidh, was killed by the Conmaicne.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1105">
 CS1105.0

Kalends.

 CS1105.1

Conchobor son of Mael Sechnaill i.e. the son of Conchobor, king of half of Mide, was killed by the Uí Briúin of Bréifne.

 CS1105.2

Muirgius ua Concennainn, king of Uí Diarmada, dies.

 CS1105.3

Domnall son of Amalgaid, successor of Pátraic, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1106">
 CS1106.0

Kalends.

 CS1106.1

Donnchad son of Murchad son of Flann ua Mael Sechnaill, king of Mide, was killed by Ua Minnicen.

 CS1106.2

Cormac ua Cillín, chief vice-abbot of Síl Muiredaigh and superior of the guest-house of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested in peace.

 CS1106.3

Domnall son of Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir was deposed by the Connachta and replaced by Tairdelbach. Tairdelbach, ua Conchobuir was made king at Áth an Termainn.

 CS1106.4

Muirchertach ua Mael Sechnaill was deposed and the kingship of Mide given to Murchad.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1107">
 CS1107.0

Kalends.

 CS1107.1

Conchobor Cisénach ua Eochadha, king of Ulaid, was killed.

 CS1107.2

The defeat of Áth Clagan inflicted by east Tebtha, in which Cinaed grandson of Amalgaidh, chief of Calraige, was killed.

 CS1107.3

The Samain of high wind.

 CS1107.4

Great wind and lightning in Ireland in this year, and it killed many people and cattle.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1108">
 CS1108.0

Kalends of January.

 CS1108.1

Domnall son of Donnchad ua Ruairc, king of Uí Briúin of Bréifne, was killed by the people of Cairbre.

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 CS1108.2

Goll Garbraige ua Eochadha, king of Uaid, was killed by ua Matgamna.

 CS1108.3

The community of Ciarán fasted unsuccessfully against Muirchertach ua Mael Sechnaill to obtain the freedom of Cell Mór Maige Enir, but God soon avenged them i.e. a report of Muirchertach's death went throughout Ireland and Mide was plundered.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1109">
 CS1109.0

Kalends.

 CS1109.1

Easter on the seventh of the Kalends of May 25 April and Low Sunday 2 May in the Summer. Flaithbertach ua Loinsigh, successor of Ciarán, rested.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1110">
 CS1110.0

Kalends.

 CS1110.1

Gille Coluim ua Maílmuaíd, king of Fir Chell, and his wife i.e. the daughter of Ua Bric, were killed by the Geocach ua Aillein.

 CS1110.2

The defeat of Rass inflicted by Tairdelbach son of Ruaidrí, king of Connacht, and by the Síl Muiredaigh on the Conmaicne in Mag Aí, and many of the Conmaicne were slaughtered there including the son of Cú Caille ua Fergaíl and the son of Gilla na Naem ua Fergail and Duarcán son of Dubdara ua Eolais and many others.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1111">
 CS1111.0

Kalends on Sunday.

 CS1111.1

Aed son of Domnall ua Ruairc, i.e. 'the bald-nosed lad', inflicted a forced billetting on Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS1111.2

The snow of the birds. There was great frost so that herds could go dry-shod over the Lakes of Ireland.

 CS1111.3

Cathal ua Mugróin, chief of Clann Cathail, dies.

 CS1111.4

Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered by the Dál Cais at the instigation of Muirchertach ua Briain.

 CS1111.5

A great synod in Fiad mac nAengusa i.e. the royal assembly of the men of Ireland both laity and clergy i.e. under Muirchertach ua Briain with the nobles of Mumu and Mael Muire ua Dúnán, chief bishop of Ireland, and Cellach son of Aed, successor of Pátraic. This then is the number of ecclesiastics in that assembly i.e. one hundred and fifty bishops, three hundred and seventeen priests and eight score deacons, and innumerable other clerics. Many rules were decided on in that synod.

 CS1111.6

The great synod of Uisnech in the same year and in that synod the diocese of the men of Mide was divided between the bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis and the bishop of Cluain Iraird i.e. from Clochán an Imrim westwards to the bishop of Cluain moccu p.269 Nóis and from the same Clochán eastwards to the bishop of Cluain Iraird, by Murchad ua Mael Sechnaill and Eochaidh ua Cellaigh and the community of Ciarán under Gilla Críst ua Maíleoin i.e. the abbot of Cluain.

 CS1111.7

A raid by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir and he plundered Termonn Dabeoc. Another raid by him and he plundered to Benn Eclapra and to Sliab Rusen to Loch Érne.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1112">
 CS1112.0

Kalends.

 CS1112.1

Gilla Muire ua Fogurtaigh, successor of Brénainn of Cluain Ferta, died of a fall after offending Ciarán by burning the cattle-house.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1113">
 CS1113.0

Kalends.

 CS1113.1

The church of Ciarán was roofed both with shingles and a ridge.

 CS1113.2

The capture of Murchad ua Mael Sechnaill by Muirchertach ua Briain.

 CS1113.3

A great cattle-murrain.

 CS1113.4

Ua Longán, superior of Ard Pátraic, was burned by a lightning-bolt on Cruach Pátraic.

 CS1113.5

Muirchertach ua Briain and Lochlainn's grandson exchanged hostages.

 CS1113.6

A salmon that was taken at Luimnech in this year, was twelve feet long, twelve fists wide unsplit, and the length of its pectoral fin was thrice the width of your fist and two fingers.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1114">
 CS1114.0

Kalends.

 CS1114.1

A great sickness seized Muirchertach ua Briain and the men of Ireland turned against him. Diarmait ua Briain then took the kingship of Mumu.

 CS1114.2

Tairdelbach took the kingship of Connacht and expelled his brother to Mumu and the Conmaicne from Mag Aí.

 CS1114.3

A great army was brought by all Leth Cuinn into Mumu: Donnchad grandson of Lochlann and his son and Cenél Conaill and Cenél Eogain and Airgialla; ua Mathgamna with the Ulaid and ua Mael Sechnaill with the men of Mide and Aed ua Ruairc with the men of Bréifne and Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir with the Connachta. There was a cavalry encounter at the Belata between the Connachta and the Munstermen in which many were killed including Cathal ua Duibcinn. Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir gave an armistice for the space of a year to the men of Mumu despite the wishes of Leth Cuinn.

 CS1114.4

A raid by Murchad ua Mael Sechnaill to the mountains of Laigin.

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 CS1114.5

A raid by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir into the west of Mide and he plundered it completely.

 CS1114.6

Donnchad ua Eochadha, king of Ulaid, was blinded by ua Mathgamna, and the kingship passed to ua Mathgamma.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1115">
 CS1115.0

Kalends.

 CS1115.1

Very severe driving snow and frost so that the great droves could go dry-shod over the main lakes of Ireland and it killed many cattle and birds and people.

 CS1115.2

Diarmait ua Briain king of Mumu was captured by Muirchertach ua Briain and the foreigners of Luimnech, and kingship was restored to Muirchertach.

 CS1115.3

Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir was badly injured by his own people and was in danger of death, and finally recovered.

 CS1115.4

Arlaith daughter of ua Mael Sechnaill, wife of Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir, dies.

 CS1115.5

A fleet was brought by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir onto the Sinna and he plundered Domnall son of Cú Slébe ua Fergail and Murchad ua Mael Sechnaill came into his house and Buinne and Beithe were fortified by him, and he offered three treasures to Ciarán in Cluain i.e. a glided horn and a glided silver goblet and a bronze vessel with gold and silver.

 CS1115.6

The battle of Áth Cliath won over the Laigin by Domnall son of Muirchertach ua Briain.

 CS1115.7

Mide was divided between the two sons of Domnall ua Mael Sechnaill, Mael Sechnaill and Murchadh. Mael Sechnaill promptly fell at Murchad's hands.

 CS1115.8

Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered by the Munstermen and some of them were killed by the m(en of) T(ethba).

 CS1115.9

A sword found at Emain in the ground was a man's foot from the centre-groove to its edge on either side, and its width was two feet not counting the groove.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1116">
 CS1116.0

Kalends.

 CS1116.1

The destruction of Bóruma and the burning of Cenn Coradh and the plundering of Tuadmumu by Tairdelbach son of Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir.

 CS1116.2

Great famine in the spring so that a man would sell his son and his daughter for food and men would even eat one another, and dogs. All Laigin was almost emptied, and scattered throughout Ireland on account of the famine.

</div2>
 p.273<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1117">
 CS1117.0

Kalends on Monday.

 CS1117.1

Diarmait son of Énna son of Murchad, king of the foreigners and Laigin, rested in Áth Cliath.

 CS1117.2

A marauding army was brought by the Connachta into Mumu and they reached Sliab Crot and Claire and Sliab Cua. The army of Tuadmumu followed the Connachta into Mumu, and a battle is fought between them. The men of Mumu were defeated and slaughter inflicted on them, including ua Cendétigh and many others.

 CS1117.3

The wandering of Murchad ua Mael Sechnaill.

 CS1117.4

Mael Muire ua Dúnáin, chief bishop of Ireland, head of the wisdom and piety of the western world, rested in Christ in Cluain Iraird.

 CS1117.5

The hostages of Murchad ua Maíl Sechnaill were taken by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1118">
 CS1118.0

Kalends.

 CS1118.1

Diarmait ua Briaín, king of Leth Mogha, dies.

 CS1118.2

An army was led by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir and by Murchad ua Mael Sechnaill into Mumu and they reached Glenn Maghair and brought away the hostages of Mumu.

 CS1118.3

Another army was led by the same people and brought away the hostages of Laigin and brought Domnall son of Murchad ua Mael Sechnaill by force from Áth Cliath.

 CS1118.4

Ruaidrí ua Conchobuir, overking of Connacht, ended his life happily as a cleric in Cluain moccu Nóis.

 CS1118.5

Domnall son of Ruaidrí, king of Síl Muiredaigh, dies and was buried in Tuaim Gréine.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1119">
 CS1119.0

Kalends.

 CS1119.1

Muirchertach ua Briain, king of most of Ireland, for the ended his life happily as a cleric.

 CS1119.2

Aed ua Conchennainn, king of Uí Diarmada, dies.

 CS1119.3

Ua Baígilláin, royal poet of Ireland, was killed by the Tuath Rátha, by Spaillech Ó Flannagáin.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1120">
 CS1120.0

Kalends.

 CS1120.1

The fair of Tailtiu was held by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir.

 CS1120.2

Three principal bridges were built by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir in this year i.e. the bridge of Áth Luain and the bridge of Áth Croca and the bridge of Dún Leoda.

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 CS1120.3

An army was led by Tairdelbach into Mide and he expelled Murchad ua Mael Sechnaill into the North and took his pledges on the honour of the successor of Pátraic and the Staff of Jesus.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1121">
 CS1121.0

Kalends.

 CS1121.1

Domnall grandson of Lochlann, king of the north of Ireland, i.e. Ailech, rested.

 CS1121.2

Samuel, bishop of Áth Cliath, rested.

 CS1121.3

A plundering army was led by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir into Mumu and they caused great terror to Caisel and plundered Ard Finain. The rear of the army was attacked as it was moving south and there was killed there Aed ua Eidhin, king of Uí Fhiachrach, and Muiredach ua Flaithbertaigh, king of West Connacht, and Muirgius ua Lorcáin and others.

 CS1121.4

A great encampment by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir and Leth Cuinn at Birra from Samain to the feast of Brigit, and they divided Desmumu between the descendants of Carthach and the descendants of Briain.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1122">
 CS1122.0

Kalends.

 CS1122.1

Aed son of Domnall ua Ruaírc, king of East Connacht, dies.

 CS1122.2

Aed son of Donnslébhe ua Eochadha, king of Ulaid, was killed by ua Mathgamna in a battle.

 CS1122.3

Mael mórda ua Domnaill, king of Uí Cheinnselaígh, rested as a cleric.

 CS1122.4

Mael Sechnaill ua Donnacáin, king of Arad Tíre, was treacherousy killed by Clann Coscraigh.

</div2>
<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1123">
 CS1123.0

Kalends.

 CS1123.1

Damliag of Ciannán was captured against Murchad ua Mael Sechnaill by the Gailenga and the house in which he was, was demolished. Some of his following were killed and he himself escaped from it.

 CS1123.2

Donnchad son of Gilla Pátraic Ruadh, king of Osraige, was killed by his own people.

 CS1123.3

The cross of Christ came into Connacht in this year.

 CS1123.4

A great army was led by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir by sea and land and plundered Ciarraige and came as far as Corcach, and the nobles of Desmumu came into his house, including Donnchad mac Carthaigh and Cellach ua Bric and ua Cennfaeladh and ua Conchobuir Ciarraige, and he returned safe home over the plain of Cell Dalua.

</div2>
 p.277<div2 TEIform="div2" part="N" sample="complete" org="uniform" n="CS1124">
 CS1124.0

Kalends.

 CS1124.1

A great fleet was brought by Tairdelbach to Rinn Luimnigh and he devastated and plundered Desmumu.

 CS1124.2

Tadc son of Mac Carthaigh, king of Desmumu, dies. Cormac ruled after him.

 CS1124.3

The great bell-tower of Cluaín moccu Nóis was completed by Gilla Críst ua Maíleoin and Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir.

 CS1124.4

Castles were built by the Connachta i.e. the cas