Kl. The battle of [Caer] Legeóin in Britain between the Saxon and Britons, in which fell multitudes of holy men. [AU 613].
Death of Colmán. [AU 613].
Repose of Fintan, abbot of Bennchor, and of Luicell, abbot of Cluain. [AU 613; CS 614].
Here others mention the repose of Mo-Lue moccu Óche.
The battle of Sliab Tuath [gained] by the Laigin over Mael Coba, son of Aed, in which Mael Coba fell.
Suibne reigned after him. [AU 615].
The burning of Bennchor of Ulaid. [AU 616].
Repose of Critán and Petrán, and of Aedán, son of Mongán. [AU 616].
Death of Tolorgán, and of Fergus, son of Colmán. [AU 618].
Kl. Death of Fíngen son of Aed, king of Mumu.
The destruction of Donnán of Eg on the fifteenth of the Kalends of May [April 17]. [AU 617].
Death of the son of Comgall, and the repose of bishop Eógan. [AU 618].
A great earthquake in Gaul. [AU 618].
Kl. The abbot Líber died. [AU 619].
Repose of Dímán, son of Flannán.
Kl. Death of Finngaine, son of Fiachra, and of Aengus, son of Colmán, and of Senach Garb, and of Aed Bennán, and of Sillán, bishop of Mag Bile. [AU 619, 621].
Kl. The battle of Cennbag, in which fell Colmán, son of Cobthach, son of Ailill, son of Cellach. [AU 622].
Kl. The battle of Cenn Delgthen, in which the two sons of Librén, son of Illedan son of Cerball, fell. Conall, son of Suibne son of Colmán, was victor. [AU 622].