Bissextile. Kl. The sixth feria [Friday], twenty-third of the moon.
Repose of Mael Petair, coarb of Brénainn of Cluain Ferta.
Death of Dúnadach son of Diarmait, king of Corcu Bascinn.
Repose of Cathal son of Ledbán, abbot of Inis Cathaig.
The first feria [Sunday], fourth of the moon, sixth concurrent.
A naval raid by Brian, and he reached Breifne from Loch Rí by way of Áth Liac northwards.
Repose of Muirgius son of Muiredach, erenagh of Mungarit.
Gilla Pátraic, son of Donnchadh, went to Mide and the churches of Mide, and its forts, were devastated.
A great slaughter of the Connachta by the king of Corcu Modruad, namely, by Conchobar, son of Mael Sechnaill, and Ruaidrí son of Coscrach, king of Uí Briuin, and many others fell therein.
Ímar with the full complement of three ships came [in flight] out of Áth Cliath before Amlaib's son.
Kl. The second feria [Monday], seventh concurrent,fifteenth of the moon.
Repose of Fínnechta Ua Ciarucáin, vice-abbot of Inis Cathaig.
Kl. The third feria [Tuesday], twenty-sixth of the moon, seventh concurrent.
Repose of Colla son of Connacán, i.e. a scribe, [and] coarb of Senán.
Death of Ragnall grandson of Ímar, king of the foreigners.
Death of Cinaed son of Mael Coluim, high-king of Alba.
Colum Ua Laigenain took the abbacy of Imlech Ibuir.
The fortifying(?) of Caisel, Inis Locha Gair, and Inis Locha Sainglenn, and many structures besides, by Brian.
Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Wednesday,seventh of the moon, sixth concurrent.
The hostages of Uí Cheinnselaig and of the west of Liphe were taken by Brian, son of Cennétig, in Mag Ailbe.
Death of Gilla Pátraic son of Donnchadh, king of Osraige, and Cellach, son of Diarmait, took the kingship after him.
Ard Macha was set on fire by lightning, which did not leave unburnt a steeple therein, nor a house, nor the house of an elder inside the fort.
Dub dá Leithe, coarb of Ard Macha (or, of Patrick) and coarb of Colum Cille, rested in Christ.
Death of Conchobar, son of the king of Ciarraige Luachra.
A slaughter of the Corcu Modruad in Connachta, in which Muirgius, son of Ruaidri, fell.
Kl. The sixth feria [Friday;], fourth concurrent, eighteenth of the moon.
Brian, son of Cennétig, with the princes of Mumu, and Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall, king of Temuir, went to Port dá Chaineóc, and they divided Ireland between them into two, viz. Leth Cuinn to Mael Sechnaill and Leth Moga to Brian; and the hostages of the Laigin and of the foreigners which Mael Sechnaill had, were given to Brian.
Repose of Colmán of Corcach.
Repose of Mael Ísu son of Flannabra, coarb of Senán.
Kl. The seventh feria [Saturday], twenty-ninth of the moon.
Brian, son of Cennétig, [went] to Áth Luain, took the hostages of Connachta in one week, and handed them over to Mael Sechnaill.
Kl. The first feria [ Sunday], tenth of the moon.
Death of Ségéne son of Carrán, king of Uí Énna Áine.
Repose of Tipraite, son of Bran Finn.
A slaughter of the foreigners of Áth Cliath by Brian,son of Cennétig, together with the choice troops of Mumu, and the best part of the foreigners of Ireland fell therein, i.e. in the battle of Glenn Máma.
Bissextile. Kl. The second feria [Monday], and the twenty-first of the moon thereon.
The men of Mumu invaded Áth Cliath, set fire to it, and burned it, and they invested it on the Kalends of January; and they burned Caill Tomair as firewood; and the king of the foreigners of Áth Cliath escaped from the battle to Ulaid, but found no protection for himself in Ireland until he handed over his hostages to Brian, son of Cennétig; and Brian gave the fort to the foreigners.
Death of Cenn Faelad son of Conchobar, king of Gabair.
The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the second day of the moon thereon.
Muirecán, abbot of Ard Macha, was expelled from his abbot's seat, and Mael Maire took the abbacy instead.
Death of Niall Ua Ruairc.
Repose of Flaithem, abbot of Corcach.
A great obstruction against the men of Mumu [was placed] on the Sinann at Áth Luain by Mael Sechnaill, and by the king of Connachta and by all Leth Cuinn.