Kl. The martyrdom of Cormac son of Cuilennán, bishop and vice-abbot of Les Mór, abbot of Cell Mo-Laise,king of the Déisi, and chief counsellor of Mumu, at the hands of the Uí Fhothaid Aiched.
The slaying of Murchad son of Flann, king of Corcu Bascinn.
Bissextile. Kl. Death of Bergíne son of Riacán, king of Uí Chairpri.
Death of Domnall son of Flann, royal heir of Ireland. He was slain by his brother, namely by Donnchadh, son of Flann.
Gothbraid, grandson of Ímar, took Áth Cliath.
Kl. Repose of Cormac son of Aedán, bishop of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.
Tomrair son of Elgi, a Jarl of the foreigners, on Luimnech (the Lower Shannon), and he proceeded and plundered Inis Celtra and Muicinis, and burned Cluain Moccu Nóis; and he went on Loch Rí and plundered all its islands, and he ravaged Mide.
Kl. Repose of Aed Ua Raithenáin, sage of Ireland.
Death of Mael Cluiche son of Conchobar, royal heir of Connachta.
Death of Mae1 Curarda grandson of C1éirech, royal heir of the south of Connachta.
Kl. Gothbraid, grandson of Ímar, went by sea westwards and took the hostages of the south of Ireland by sea to Ros Ailithir.
Muiredach son of Domnall, abbot of Mainister Búiti and tanist-abbot of Ard Macha, rested.
Bissextile. Kl. Death of Cathal son of Conchobar, king of Connachta.
Death of Dubgall son of Aed, king of Ulaid.
Repose of Cairpre son of Abél, ollav of Ireland.
Kl. Repose of Colmán son of Ailill abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis and Cluain Iraird.
The fleet of Port Láirge [came] over land, and they settled on Loch Gair.
Kl. Repose of Mael Brigte son of Tornán, abbot of Ard Macha and abbot of Í Coluim Chille.
A slaughter of the foreigners of Port Láirge [was inflicted] at Cell Mo-Chellóc by the men of Mumu and by the foreigners of Luimnech.
Repose of Mael Corguis Ua Conaill, bishop of Tuad Mumu.
Kl.Death of Muirgel, daughter of Mael Sechnaill.
Fínnechta, abbot of Corcach, rested in Christ.
Bissextile. Kl. Fínnechta son of Laegaire, chief anchorite of Ireland, king of Ciarraige Luachra, and chief counsellor of Mumu, rested.
Repose of Tuathal, learned bishop of Leth Cuinn.