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

Year U1333

U1333.0

Kalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, 15th of the moon, A.D. 1333-6.

U1333.1

Tomaltach Mac Diarmata, king of Magh-Luirg, the man who wrought most fear and triumph and was the best for peace and war, charity and humanity that was in Ireland in his own time, died on the Sunday of the Trinity, in his own stronghold, at the Strath of the Rock and was buried in the Monastery of the Buill with an


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honourable funeral. Whoso reads, let him pray. Concobur, son of Tomaltach Mac Diarmata, took the kingship after his father.

U1333.2

Theobald de Burgh died.

U1333.3

Meyler Mac Jordan de Exeter, rested in Christ.

U1333.4

Defeat was inflicted by Eogan Ua Madughain on the Clann-Ricaird de Burgh, wherein fell three score and six, both good and bad.

U1333.5

Domnall, son of John, son of Domnall Ua Concobuir, died.

U1333.6

Niall, son of Concobur Mac Taidhg, was slain by one shot of an arrow.

U1333.7

Trinity O'Naain, general master in divers arts, in the Canon Law and Civil Law, died.

U1333.8

A great foray by the sons of Diarmait Mac Diarmata the Foreigner on the Clann-Goisdelbh and Maiug, son of Waltrim Mac Goisdelb, was killed.

U1333.9

A foray was made by Edmond Mac William de Burgh on the Clann Cathail, wherein Conchobur O'Flannagain and many more of the people of the country were plundered. And Mael-Sechlainn, son of Aedh Ua Flannagain, was killed in the pursuit of the foray and the son of Mac-in-Milidh was taken prisoner by them.

U1333.10

Concobur Mac Diarmada, king of Magh-Luirg and Aedh, son of Aedh and the household force of Ua Conchobuir and the Clann-Donnchaidh and the recruits of Crich-Cairpri under Cormac, son of Ruaidhri Ua Conchobair went on a foray into Tir-Fiachrach, until they reached Mullach-ratha. And the beeves of the country fled before them. Large inanimate chattels and many horses were brought by them and by the Connachtmen also with them. The great castle of Mac Goistelb was levelled on that occasion by Toirdhelbach and by the Connachtmen likewise.