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

Year U1371

U1371.0

Kalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 7th of the moon, A.D. 1371-6.

U1371.1

Tadhg Ua Ruairc, king of the Breifni, died,


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after gaining victory from world and from demon.

U1371.2

Donnchadh Mac Firbisigh, an erudite historian, died.

U1371.3

Cu-Aithne O'Concobhair, a son of a king full of generosity and of prowess, died.

U1371.4

Ruarcan Ua hAdmail, ollam of Ua Anluain in poetry and a man of a general house of guests, without objection to the presence of anybody, died in this year, after gaining victory from world and from demon.

U1371.5

Cu-muighi Ua Cathain, king of Oirecht-Ui-Cathain, was taken prisoner by the Foreigners in the port of Cuil-rathain and put by them into Carraic-Ferghusa.

U1371.6

An attack was made by the sons of kings of Oirecht-Ui-Cathain on the Foreigners and the Foreigners inflicted great defeat upon them.

U1371.7

John Ua Ruanadha, ollam of Mag Aenghusa, died.

U1371.8

Mail-Sechlainn Ua Mailmhena, ollam of Ua Cathain, died likewise.

U1371.9

Aedh Ua Tuathail, king of Ui-Mail, was killed by Foreigners.

U1371.10

Dalbach, son of Mail-Sechlainn Ua Broin, head of hospitality and prowess of Leinster, was wounded by his own spur and died thereof immediately.

U1371.11

Aedh, son of John Ua Ferghail, died. Robert Ua Ferghail died likewise.

U1371.12

A great muster by the Foreigners of Meath and by the Foreigners of Ulidia and by the Foreigners of Leinster against the hAnghaile and treacherous forays were made by them on O'Ferghail. Great retaliations were made by O'Ferghail on them by many preys and burnings.

U1371.13

Conchobur Ua Beacain, a sage of history, died.

U1371.14

Ceallach Mac Cruitin, ollam of Thomond in history, a man of reputation without dispute, died.

U1371.15

(This is the kalend year on which truly comes the killing of Brian Mor Mag Mathgamna and he was buried in the Monastery of Lughbhaidh on the 3rd of the Nones 3rd of June, namely, A.D. 1371.)


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