Kl. A great mortality. [AU 665, 668].
Death of Cúcen Máthair, king of Caisel. [AU 665].
Death of Diarmait son of Aed Sláine, king of Temuir, and of Blathmac, son of Aed Sláine, and of Mael Bresail.[AU 665, 668].
Repose of Airerán the wise. [AU 665].
Féichíne of Fobar rested in Christ, and many others fell asleep on the same night as a result of the mortality [AU 665, 668].
Kl. Death of Ailill Fland [Essa], son of Domnall, and of Mael Ochtraig, king of Laigin. [AU 666; ].
The battle of Áine, in which Eógan án son of Crunnmael, king of the Uí Chairpri, fell. [AU 667].
Kl. Death of Mael Fothardaig, son of Suibne. [AU 669].
Kl. Death of Forchellach, king of Éile, and of Blathmac, son of Mael Coba; and Oswald, king of the Saxon, rested in Christ. [AU ; AU 670; AU 671].
Kl. The slaying of Bran Finn son of Mael Ochtraig, king of the Déisi of Mumu. [AU 671].
Kl. Repose of Dícuill son of Colmán, bishop of Cluain Eidnech.
Kl. Death of Congal Cennfhata, son of Dúnchad. [AU 674].
Kl. The battle of Móin in which Cenn Faelad, son of Blathmac, fell. [AU 675].
Kl. The slaying of Congal, son of Blathmac, in Tethba.
Kl. Destruction of Ailech Frigrend by Finnechta. [AU 676].