Kalends of January
. AD 964 alias 965.
Great and intolerable famine in Ireland, so that the father was wont to sell his son and daughter for food.
The Uí Chanannáin inflicted a battle-rout, and Domnall fell therein.
(Ioseph and Dúnchad, abbots of Tír dá Glas, and Cinaed, abbot of Les Mór Mo-Chutu, rested in Christ.)
A battle between the men of Scotland themselves in which many were killed, including Donnchad, i.e. the abbot of Dún Caillen.
A change of abbots at Ard Macha, i.e. Dub dá Leithe instead of Muiredach from Sliab Cuilinn.
Domnall ua Néill, king of Temair, made an expedition and plundered Connacht, taking hostages from ua Ruairc.