Kalends of January third feria, second of the moon. AD 1096.
Flann ua hAinbeith, king of the south of Airgialla, Mael Pátraic son of Ermedach, bishop of Ard Macha, Colum ua hAnradán, superior of Ros Ailithir, Flann ua Muirecán, superior of Aentruim, fell asleep in Christ.
Mathgamain ua Segdai, king of Corco Duibhne, Conchobor ua hAiniarraid, king of Ciannacht, and Ua Céin, king of Uí Meic Cairthinn, fell by one another in battle.
Great fear seized the men of Ireland before the feast of John in this year, and God protected them through the fasts of the successor of Patrick and the other clerics of Ireland.
The son of Dubgall ua Maelchothaid was killed by ua Inneirghe.
Muirchertach ua Dubda, king of Uí Amalgaidh, was killed by his own people.
Matudán ua Matudán, king of Síl Anmchadha, died.
Cú Ulad ua Ceilecán, i.e. heir designate of Airgialla, was killed by the province of Ireland, i.e. by the Ulaid.
Gilla Ossén grandson of Cortén, king of Delbna, was killed.
Ua Cathail, superior of Tuaim Gréine, rested in Christ.
Eogan ua Cernaigh, superior of Daire, rested on the nineteenth of the Kalends of January 14 Dec..