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

Year U1299

U1299.0

Kalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 10th of the moon, A.D. 12991303.

U1299.1

Nicholas Mac-Mail-Isu, archbishop of Ard-Macha, the one cleric the most godly and pious that was in Ireland in his own time, rested in Christ.

U1299.2

Mael- Sechlainn Mac Briain, bishop of Oil-finn, rested in Christ. Donnchadh Ua Flannagain, abbot of the Buill, assumed the same bishopric after him.

U1299.3

Diarmait Ua Flannagain, chief of Tuath-Ratha, and his two sons and many others were killed by a party of the house-folk of Domnall, son of Tadhg Ua Concobuir, in Bun-duibhe, in driving away a prey he took with him from Magh-Cetne.

U1299.4

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Ua Domnaill, king of Tir-Conaill and Muircertach Mag Flannchadha and Donn O'Cathain and Donnchadh Mac Menman and Aedh Mac Menman, i.e. two grand-sons of the Lector Ua Domnaill and Niall, son of Niall Ua Buighill and Mac Ughosai and his son and his brother and Adam Sandal and many other Foreigners and Gaidhil in addition were killed by Aedh Ua Domnaill, namely by his (own) brother (that is, the chief of Muinnter-Feodachain).

U1299.5

Niall Mac Gilla-Fhinnen rested in Christ.

U1299.6

A great foray was made by the Clann-Muircertaigh into Muinnter-Cinaetha and Muircertach Mac ConShnama, future chief of Muinnter-Cinaetha, was killed by them on that foray.

U1299.7

A great hosting was made by the king of the Saxons into Scotland and many cities were taken by them. And the Earl Richard de Burgh and Foreigners and Gaidhil went with a large fleet and they got sway over the Men of Scotland. Theobald de Burgh, brother of the Earl, died on his return from that hosting, in Carraic-Ferghusa, on the night of the Nativity.

U1299.8

Domnall Mag Carrthaigh, Junior (otherwise the Red), king of Desmond, rested in Christ.

U1299.9

Maghnus Mag Shamhradhain, chief of TellachEathach, died.

U1299.10

(Gerald son of John Fitz Thomas, heir of the Clann-Geralt of Offaly, died.)