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

Year U1354

U1354.0

Kalends of Jan. on 1st feria, 7th of the moon, A.D. 1354-7.

U1354.1

Maghnus (son of Eachaidh) Mag Mathgamna, king of Oirghialla, died (in the Spring).

U1354.2

Lochlainn, son of Muircertach Ua Concobuir, died.

U1354.3

John, son of Brian Ua Raighillaigh, was slain by the Foreigners.

U1354.4

Matthew, son of Thomas Ua Ruairc, head of the prowess of the Breifni, died.

U1354.5

Niall Ua Fairceallaigh was killed by one shot of an arrow by the Cenel-Luachain. And had he lived, he would have been Superior on the morrow.

U1354.6

Fergal Ua Duibhgennain, ollam of the Breifni, died:

    1. O'Duibhgennain, strong his prowess,
      To grant this is not a false decision ; Excellent
      Abode of ollams and of learned.
    2. Fergal was a poet that was not bitter,
      A historian impartial and a bounteous person,
      Every comfort is supplied in his house,
      A perfect ollam and herenagh.

U1354.7

General peace was made between the two Cathals namely, Cathal, son of Cathal and Cathal, son of Aedh the Brefnian.

U1354.8

Donnsleibhe Mac Cerbaill, noble master of melody, the person that was best in his own art in Ireland, died.

U1354.9

Brian, son of Gilla-Crist Ua Ruairc, died.

U1354.10

Maghnus Mag Samradhain the Tawny was killed in the Route of Mac Uidhilin by Aedh Ua Neill.

U1354.11

Clement Ua Duibgennain (namely, the priest of the Foxes), vicar of Cell-Ronain, rested in Christ.

U1354.12

Mail-Sechlainn Mac Domnaill, chief of Clann-Cellaigh, died.


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