Kalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 23rd of the moon, A.D. 1163.
Mael-Isu Ua Laighena[i]n, bishop and abbot of Imblech-ibair and abbot of Belach-conglais for a [long] time, rested in Christ.
Cerball Ua Gilla-Patraic, king of the South of Ossory, died.
Mael-Issu Ua Corc[r]ain, successor of [St.] Comgall, head of the piety of all Ulster, passed to Christ.
A lime-kiln, wherein
p.145are sixty feet on every side, was made by the successor of Colum-cille, that is, by Flaithbertach, son of the bishop Ua Brolchain and by the Community of Colum-cille in the space of twenty days.
(Niall, son of Muircertach, son of Mac Lochlainn, was taken prisoner by the Ui-Maine.)