Kalends of January
. AD 798.
The battle of Dún Ganiba between the Connachta themselves in which Coscrach son of Donn, and Gaiscedach, and many others fell; and Muirgius son of Tomaltach was victor.
The battle of Finnabair in Tethba, where many kings were slain, i.e. Fergus son of Ailgal, Coscarach son of Ceithernach, and kings of Cenél Cairpri, i.e. Dub Innrecht son of Artgal and Murchad son of Connmach. Murchad son of Domnall was victor.
The killing of Blathmac son of Guaire, abbot of Cluain Fhata Baetáin, by Mael Ruanaid and Follaman son of Donnchad.
A great snowfall in which many men and cattle perished.
Domnall son of Donnchad was treacherously killed by his kinsmen.
Feradach son of Ségéne, abbot of Rechru, died.
Anaile, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, Ceithernach, abbot of Glenn dá Locha, Siadal grandson of Comán, abbot of Cell Achaid, Fiannachtach of Ferna, Suibne of Cell Deilge, and Breislén of Béirre, ended their lives.
The hand-clapping on St. Michael's Day, called the fire from heaven.
Patrick's law promulgated in Connacht by Gormgal son of Dindathach.
Ailill son of Innrechtach, king of Uí Maini of Connacht, dies.
Dúnfhlaith, daughter of Flaithbertach son of Loingsech, fell asleep.