Kl. Repose of Gregory of Rome. [AU 606, 607].
Repose of Saint Sinech [Tig. 600].
Death of king Suibne, son of Colmán Mór. [AU 600].
Repose of Senach abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.
Kl. Repose of Comgall of Bennchor. [AU 602].
The battle of Cúil Caíl. [AU 601, 602].
The battle of Slemain [gained] by Colmán Rímid, the victor. Conall escaped. [AU 601, 602].
The battle of Echros. [AU 602, 603].
Kl. Colmán, son of Lénéne, rested, and Fintan, son of Eochu, and Laisrén of Min Droichit. [AU 603; Tig.].
Kl. Repose of Sinell, and the slaying of Aed Sláine and of Aed Rón and of Aed Buide. Hence Aed Allain said
- Very great was the red slaughter
Of the kings of all Ireland,
Aed Sláine with a host,
Aed Róin and Aed Buide.
The son of Colmán Rímid and Conchenn his mother, die. [AU 604].
Aed Alláin held the kingship.
Kl. The beginning of a Circle. The slaying of Brandub son of Eochu, i.e. king of Laigin, by his own kindred. [AU 605].
Repose of Laisréne, i.e. an abbot. [AU 605].
Kl. Repose of Beóguine. [AU 606].
Death of Aedán, son of Gabrán. [AU 606].
Kl. Death of Colmán Daimíne and of Aengus, son of Aed Sláine.
Repose of Sillán and Aedán. [AU 610].
The burial of Lugaid moccu Óche and of Mael Uma, son of Baetán. [AU 609, 610].
Lightning destroys the army of Ulaid. [AU 611].
The fifth year of the emperor Heraclius and the fourth year of king Sisebutus, and the end of Isidore's Chronicle. [AU 617].
Repose of Colmán Ela, and of Baetán Aba. [AU 611; ].
Death of Aed Alláin, king of Ireland. [AU 612].
Mael Coba, son of Aed, reigned. [AU 612].
Repose of Colmán, abbot of Clúain.