Kalends of January
. AD 769.
Nargal son of Nat Sluaig dies from the bloody flux.
Tóim Snáma son of Flann king of Osraige was killed.
Artgal, abbot of Clochar Mac nDaiméni, dies.
A battle between the Laigin themselves at Áth Orc, in which Cellach son of Dúnchad was victor, and Cinaed son of Flann and his brother Cellach and Cathnia son of Béc and many others fell.
Fiachra of Gránairet, Fergil of Cell Mór Enir, and bishop Fergus son of Cathal died.
Folachtach of Tech Tua, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, dies.
A battle between the Uí Cheinnselaig, in which Ceinnselach son of Bran fell, and Eterscél son of Aed son of Colgu was victor.
An encounter between Donnchad son of Domnall and Cellach son of Donnchad, and Donnchad went with the army of the Uí Néill against the Laigin and the Laigin eluded him, and went to Scé Nechtain. The Uí Néill remained seven days in Ráith Ailinne, and burned all the confines of the Laigin with fire.
The overthrow of the men of southern Brega at Bolg Bóinne, in which fell Flaithbertach son of Flann son of Ragallach, and Uarchride son of Baeth and Snédgus son of Ainfthech and Cernach son of Flann Foirbthe.
The overthrow of the Uí Téig by the Ciannacht at Áth Cliath. There was a great slaughter of the Laigin. A number of the Ciannacht were drowned in the full tide as they returned.
Gormán daughter of Flann son of Aed died.
Bishop Crunnmael, abbot of Cell Mór Einir, rested.
Death of Connmach son of Brénainn, abbot of Cluain Dochra.
Mael Ditin son of Dub Innrecht was killed.
Death of Béc's grandson, abbot of Fobar.