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Annala Uladh: Annals of Ulster otherwise Annala Senait, Annals of Senat (Author: [unknown])

Year U1225

U1225.0

Kalends of Jan. on 4th feria, 18th of the moon, A.D. 1225.

U1225.1

Duarcan Ua Eaghra, king of Luighni, died.

U1225.2

Gilla-in-Coimdeg Mac Gilla-carraigh, eminent priest and parson of Tech-Baithin, rested in Christ.

U1225.3

Dionysius Ua Mael-Ciarain, herenagh of Ard-Carna, rested in Christ.

U1225.4

A great hosting was made by Aedh Ua Neill into Connacht, by invitation of the sons of Ruaidhri Ua Conchobair and by invitation of all Sil-Muiredhaigh, save Mac Diarmata alone, namely, Cormac, son of Tomaltach, so that he went through the length of Connacht eastwards to the woods of Ath-luain, so that he was a night at the Heights of Uana. And they pillaged Loch-nen and he brought the treasures of Ua Conchobair with him therefrom. He came after that to Carn-fraich and Tairrdhelbach, son of Ruaidhri, was crowned there. And he went on a quick march to his house, on hearing that a large force of Foreigners and of Momonians was making towards him, under Donnchadh Cairbrech Ua Briain and under Geoffrey Mares De Marisco, led by Aedh Ua Conchobair and by Mac Diarmata. And when they the Foreigners, etc., did not catch Ua Neill, they followed the sons of Ruaidhri, until they drove them to the protection of Ua Neill again. The Momonians on that occasion billed Echmarcach Mac Branain, chief of Corco-Achlann, at Cell-Cellaigh. On the expulsion of the sons of Ruaidhri from out Connacht, Aedh, son of Cathal Red-Hand takes the kingship after them.

U1225.5

Tadhg Ua Eaghra died.

U1225.6

Etain, daughter of Diarmait Mac Dommaill, rested in Christ.

U1225.7

The Foreigners and the Momonians went to the Termonn of St. Caelfhinn and slaughter of the Foreigners was inflicted through miracles of St. Caelfhinn.Conchobur, son of Tadhg Ua Cellaigh and Ardghal, son of Tadhg Ua Cellaigh were


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slain.

U1225.8

Great destruction of people in this year.

U1225.9

The corn was a-cutting on the morrow of the feast of St. Brigit Feb. 1. and the ploughing was a-doing at the same time.