The Age of Christ, 580.
The thirteenth year of Aedh.
Fearghus Scannal, King of Munster, was slain.
The Age of Christ, 581.
The fourteenth year of Aedh.
Aedh, son of Suibhne, chief of Maenmagh, died.
The Age of Christ, 582.
The fifteenth year of Aedh.
Fearadhach, son of Duach, Lord of Osraighe, was slain by his own people.
The Age of Christ, 583.
The sixteenth year of Aedh.
St. Fearghus, Bishop of Druim Leathglaise, died on the 30th of March; and this was the Fearghus who founded Cill mBian.
The Age of Christ, 584.
The seventeenth year of Aedh.
St.Nathcheimhe, Abbot of Tir Da Ghlas, the brother of Caeimhghin, died on the first day of May.
The Age of Christ, 585.
The eighteenth year of Aedh.
Breanainn, Lord of Teathbha Teffia, died. It was he that had, some time before, granted
p.213Dearmhagh to God and to Colum Cille.
Baetan, son of Cairell, King of Ulidia, died.
The Age of Christ, 586.
The nineteenth year of Aedh.
St. Daigh, bishop, son of Cairell, died on the 18th of August.
Feidhlimidh, son of Tighernach, King of Munster, died.
The battle of Magh Ochtair was gained by Bran Dubh, son of Eochaidh, over the Ui Neill, at the hill over Cluain Conaire, to the south.
The Age of Christ, 587.
The twentieth year of Aedh.
St. Caerlan, Bishop of Ard Macha, died on the twenty fourth day of March.
St. Seanach, Bishop of Cluain Iraird, died.
The Age of Christ, 588.
The twenty-first yer of Aedh.
St. Aedh, son of Breac, Bishop of Cill Air, in Meath, on the 10th of November.
Lughaidh, of Lis Mor, died.
The Age of Christ, 589.
The twenty second year of Aedh.
St. Macnise, Abbot of Cluain Mic Nois for a period of sixteen years, died on the thirteenth of the month of June.