Kl. Domnall son of Aed, king of Ailech, assumed the pilgrim's staff, and Niall, son of Aed, took the kingship after him.
Kl. Repose of Mael Brigte son of Mael Domnaig, abbot of Les Mór.
Bissextile. Kl. Repose of Tipraite son of Mael Finn, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.
Repose of Torpaid son of Taicthech, chief poet of Ireland.
Repose of Mael Caisil son of Cinaed, abbot of Mungarit.
Kl. Flaithbertach, son of Inmainén, took the kingship of Caisel.
Eochu, son of Scandán, took the abbacy of Imlech lbuir
Kl. Death of Flann son of Mael Sechnaill, king of Ireland.
The slaying of Gébennach son of Aed, king of Gabair, by foreigners.
Niall son of Aed, took the kingship of Temuir.
Repose of Aed son of Ailill, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.
Bissextile. Kl. A slaughter of foreigners, viz. Seven hundred, by the Uí Chonaill Gabra and by the Fir Maige Féine at Raithen Mór.
A mortality of cattle and birds, such that the sound of a blackbird or a thrush was scarcely heard that year.
Kl. Death of Cet son of Flaithbertach, king of Corcu Modruad.
A year of scarcity and hunger.
The battle of Áth Cliath, in which the men of Ireland were defeated by In Caech, grandson of Ímar, and there fell therein nobles of the north of Ireland, including Niall Glúndub son of Aed, king of Ireland, and Aed son of Eochucán, king of Ulaid, and Mael Mithig son of Flannacán,king of the men of Brega, and Conaing son of Flann, royal heir of Temuir, and many others.
Low Sunday in Summer.