Kalends of January seventh feria, twentieth of the moon. AD 1065.
Dubthach Albanach, chief confessor of Ireland and Scotland, rested in Ard Macha.
- Dubthach, a law-abiding stern man,
Shall have the spacious noble dwelling of Heaven;
The confessor that you see obtained Heaven
In exchange for his pleasant land of scattered plains.
Donnchad ua Mathgamna, king of Ulaid, was killed in Bennchor by his own people.
Domnall, superior of Lugbad and superior of Druim, died.
Aed ua Ualgairg took the kingship of Cenél Eógain.
Brodur, the enemy of Comgall, who killed his king in Bennchor, was killed by the king of Dál Araide.
The son of Tadc ua Cellaigh, king of Uí Mhaine, and ua Flaithbhertaigh, king of the west of Connacht, were killed by Aed ua Conchobuir.
Domnall ua Loingsigh, king of Dál Araide, and Muirchertach ua Maílfhábaill, king of Carraic Brachaide, were killed by the Uí Méith of Menn Tíre.
Leocán son of Laidcnén, king of Gaileng, was killed by Conchobor ua Mael Sechlainn.
Echmíled ua hAitid, king of Uí Echach, was killed by the Cenél Eógain.
(Or it is under this Kalend that Donnchad son of Brian Bórama should be, according to another book; however, he seems to have died in the previous year, according to this book.)