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The Annals of Ulster (Author: [unknown])

Year U735


Kalends of January
. AD 734.


Oegedchar, bishop of Naendruim, rests.


A battle in the territory of Muirtheimne between the Uí Néill and the Ulaid, in which Aed Rón, king of Ulaid, and Conchad son of Cuanu, king of Cuib, fell. Aed son of Fergal was victor.


A battle between Mumu and Laigin, in which many of the Laigin and well nigh countless Munstermen perished; Cellach son of Faelchar, king of Osraige, fell therein, but Cathal son of Finnguine, king of Mumu, escaped.


Airechtach grandson of Dúnchad of Muirisc, king of Uí Fhiachrach, and Cathal son of Muiredach from whom is descended Clann Chathail of Mag Aí, king of Connacht, die.


The killing of Flann son of Conaing, abbot of Cell Mór Díthrib.


A huge dragon was seen, with great thunder after it, at the end of autumn.


Bede, a learned man of the Saxons, rested.