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The Annals of Ulster (Author: [unknown])

Year U1126


Kalends of January sixth feria, fourth of the moon. AD 1126.


Énna grandson of Murchad, king of Laigin, died.


An army was led by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir into Laigin, and he took their hostages.


Ua Mael Ruanaid, king of Fir Manach, was killed by his own people.


Mael Ísu ua Coinne, eminent among the Irish in history and law and the order of Patrick, after excellent penitence, rested in Christ.


Corcach Mór of Mumu with its church was burned.


Domnall ua Dubdai was drowned after carrying out a raid into Tír Conaill.


The royal journey of Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir to Áth Cliath, and he gave the kingship of Áth Cliath and Laigin to his son, i.e. to Conchobor.


A storm of great war in Ireland, so that the successor of Patrick had to be away from Ard Macha for a month and a year pacifying the men of Ireland, and bringing everyone, both laity and clergy, to uprightness and good conduct.


A treacherous raid was made by Ruaidrí ua Tuachair in Airthir, and the Airthir came up with them and slaughter was inflicted on them and he himself was beheaded.


Muiredach ua Cuillen, superior of Clochar, was killed by the Fir Manach.


The stone church of the oratory of Paul and Peter, that was made by Ímar ua hAedacán, was consecrated by Cellach, successor of Patrick, on the twelfth of the Kalends of November 21 Oct..


A plundering army was brought by Tairdelbach ua Conchobuir into Desmumu, and he plundered Glenn Maghair and brought away a countless spoil of cattle.