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The Annals of Ulster (Author: [unknown])

Year U1107


Kalends of January third feria, fourth of the moon. AD 1107.


Snow fell for a day and a night on the Wednesday 13 March before the feast of Patrick, and inflicted slaughter on beasts in Ireland.


Cenn Corad was burned, i.e. by lightning, between the two Easters 14-21 April, with sixty vats both of mead and bragget.


Conchobor son of Donn Sléibe, heir designate of Ulaid, was killed by the men of Fernmag.


A defeat was inflicted by the Uí Bresail on the Uí Méith, in which many of them were killed, including their king, i.e. Aed ua hInnrechtaigh.


Cathasach ua Tuammán, king of Uí Briúin Archaille, was wounded by the Uí Chremthainn and died of it. Eogan grandson of Riabach was killed in revenge for him.


Much wet and bad weather in this year, and it ruined the corn.


Mael Pátraic ua Drucán assumed the lectorship of Ard Macha on the feast of Ailbe and of Mo-Laisi of Daiminis 12 Aug.. Mael Coluim ua Brolchán assumed the bishopric on the morrow.


A year's peace was made by Cellach, successor of Patrick, between Muirchertach ua Briain and Domnall grandson of Lochlainn.