Kl. Repose of Tadc son of Conchobar, king of Connachta, after he had renounced the world on the hide of Ciaran's Dun Cow.
Death of Domnall, king of Alba.
Repose of Fíngen, an anchorite from Mumu, in Cluain Moccu Nóis.
Bissextile. Kl. Repose of Mael Brigte son of Brolach, abbot of Inis Cathaig.
The slaying of Mael Ruanaid, a royal heir of Temuir.
Cormac son of Cuilennán, the noble bishop and the celibate, took the kingship of Caisel.
Kl. The slaying of Cenn Gégáin, king of Caisel, by the Cenél Conaill Chaisil.
Kl. Repose of Flann son of Conail, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.
Repose of Ioseph of Loch Con, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis.
Kl. Barbarians came across the Tyrrhenian Sea and across every sea besides from the East of the World, and they arrived in Italy and Rome on steeds, and clad in leather garments and accompanied by close-cropped women.
Kl. Death of Ciarmacán son of Flannabra, king of Gabair.
A woman was cast up on the shore of Alba this year. Her length [was] 192 feet; the length of her plaits 16 [feet]; the length of the fingers of her hand 6 feet; the length of her nose 6 [feet]; her body as white as a swan or the foam of a wave.
Kl. The plundering of Lough Rí by the men of Mumu as far as Mairg Laigen and Mag Léna, as a result of which Mael Craíbe son of Cathalán, king of Cenél Fiachrach,and many others were slain.
Cet, son of Flaithbertach, took the kingship of Corcu Modruad.
A Munster hosting [led] by Cormac, son of Cuilennán, and by Flaithbertach, son of Inmainén, [went] to Mag na Cuirre, and they took the hostages of Uí Néill. And they proceeded shortly after that into Mag Aí and obtained their demands from Connachta. On Christmas Day they were in the east, and on the Kalends [1st] of January in the west. Hence Cormac said:
- Good fortune, O lakes of Luchar
Eight score ferryings(?) [were made] by Cormac, king of Caisel, until they [his forces] arrived in Cluain Moccu Nóis during that Christmas.
Kl. The sixth feria [Friday], twenty-fourth of the moon.
The battle of Mag Ailbe [gained] by the Laigin and the Uí Néi11 over the Munstermen, in which Cormac son of Cuilennán, king of Caisel, and Cellach son of Cerball, king of Osraige, fell. Hence a learned man said:
- Nine hundred and nine years
From the birth of Christ-a good sign
Until fair Cormac fell
In the beautiful Plains of Ailbe.
Bissextile. Kl. Death of Cerball son of Muirecán, king of Laigin.
Death of Colmán son of Cinaed, king of Ciarraige Luachra.