Kalends of January fifth feria, ninth of the moon. AD 1064.
Doilgén ua Sonai, superior of Ard Sratha, the Blind Man ua Lonán, chief poet of the men of Munster, Gilla Arrai ua Maelmithig, died in penitence.
Cormac, superior of Ard Brecán, and Eochaid ua Doired, superior of Domnach Mór of Mag Itha, fell asleep in the Lord.
Muirchertach ua Néill, king of Telach Óc, was killed by the Uí Chremthann.
Donnchad son of Brian, overking of Mumu, was deposed and died in Rome on pilgrimage.
Dub dá Leithe, successor of Patrick, died in sound penitence on the Kalends 1st of September. Mael Ísu son of Amalgaidh took the abbacy.
Diarmait ua Lorcáin, heir designate of Laigin, was killed by the Cenél Eógain in Ulaid.
Ardgar son of Lochlainn, king of Ailech, died in Telach Óc and was buried in Ard Macha in the cemetery of the kings.
The son of Llewellyn, king of the Britons, was killed by the son of Iago.
Echmarcach, king of the Foreigners, died.
This is the first year of the eleventh great paschal cycle since the creation of the world, the beginning of the third great paschal cycle since the Incarnation of the Lord, and it has seven bissextile concurrents and is the second year of the Indiction.