The Age of Christ, 623.
Colman Mac Ua Bardani, of the tribe of Dal Barrdainne, Abbot of Cluain Mic Nois, died.
After Suibhne Meann had been thirteen years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he was slain at Traigh Brena, by Congal Claen; of which was said:
- Suibhne, with hosts attending him,
the destructive people of Brena overtook him;
The valorous sage was slain
by Congal Caech, son of Scannal.
The Age of Christ, 624.
The first year of Domhnall, son of Aedh, son of Ainmire, in the sovereignty of Ireland.
St. Colman Stellan, of Tir Da Ghlas Terryglas, died on the 26th of May.
St. Maedhog, Bishop of Fearna, died
p.249on the 31st of January.
Ronan, son of Colman, died.
The battle of Dun Ceithern was gained by Domhnall, son of Aedh, son of Ainmire, over Congal Caech, or Claen, son of Scannlan, where Guaire Gaillseach, son of Forannan, and many others, were slain; and Congal was afterwards defeated; of which was said:
- The battle of Dun Ceithirn,
in which there was red blood over grey eyes;
There were in the track of Congal Crom
bodies thick-necked, comely.
The battle of Ard Corainn was gained by Connadh Cerr, Lord of Dal Riada, where Fiachna, son of Deman, King of Ulidia, was slain.
The Age of Christ, 626.
The second year of Domhnall.
Finntan Maeldubh died.
Mobhai mac Ui Aldai died.
The battle of Leathairbhe between Maelfithrigh, chief of Cinel Mic Earca, and Ernaine, son of Fiachra, chief of Cinel Fearadhaigh, where Maelfithrigh, son of Aedh Uairidhnach, was slain.
Brandubh, son of Maelcobha, died.
The Age of Christ, 627.
The fourth year of Domhnall.
The battle of Ath Abla, where Dicul, son of Fearghus, was slain by the Munstermen.
The monastery of Inis Medcoit was founded by Bishop Aedhan.
The Age of Christ, 628.
The fifth year of Domhnall.
The battle of Ath Goan, in Iarthar Liffe, by Faelan, son of Colman; by Conall, son of Suibhne, chief of Meath; and by Failge, or Failbhe Flann, King of Munster, wherein was slain Crimhthann, son of Aedh, son of Seanach, King of Leinster, with many others along with him.
Mor Mumhan died.
The Age of Christ, 630.
The seventh year of Domhnall.
The two sons of Aedh Slaine were slain by Conall, son of Suibhne, at Loch Trethin, at Freamhain, namely, Congal, chief of Breagh, ancestor of the Ui Conaing, and Ailill Cruitire i.e. the Harper, ancestor of the Sil Dluthaigh.
The battle of Seaghais, wherein were slain Loichen, son of Neachtain Ceannfoda, and Comasgach, son of Aenghus.
The battle of Cuil Caelain, by Diarmaid, son of Aedh Slaine, where the two sons of Aenghus, son of Colman Mor, namely, Maelumha and Colga, and some others along with them, were slain; of which was said:
- The battle of the fair Cuil Caelain,
it was fought on one side with devotedness,
Was gained by Diarmaid, of Deala,
over the mead-drinking men of Meath,
- In which the white headed Colgan was pierced,
and Maelumha of great dignity,
Two sons of Aenghus of glorious arms,
the son of fine-shaped, great-voiced Colman.
Segene, Abbot of Ia Coluim Cille, founded the church of Rechrainn.
p.253son of Suibhne, chief of Meath, and Maelumha, son of Forannan, were slain by Diarmaid, son of Aedh Slaine.
The Age of Christ, 631.
The eighth year of Domhnall.
Ernaine, son of Fiachna, chief of Cinel Fearadhaigh, was slain. It was by him Maelfithrigh, son of Aedh Uairidhnach, was slain in the battle of Letherbhe.
Carthach, i.e. Mochuda, son of Finnall, was banished from Rathain.
The Age of Christ, 633.
The tenth year of Domhnall.
Failbhe Flann, King of Munster, died.
The Age of Christ, 634.
The eleventh year of Domhnall.
St. Eochaidh, Abbot of Lis Mor, died on the 17th of April.
St. Finntan, son of Telchan, died on the 21st of October.
The battle of Magh Rath was gained by
p.255Domhnall, son of Aedh, and the sons of Aedh Slaine, over Congal Claen, son of Scannlan, King of Ulidia, where fell Congal, and the Ulidians and foreigners along with him.
The battle of Saeltire was gained by Conall Cael, son of Maelcobha, over the Cinel Eoghain.
The Age of Christ, 635.
The twelfth year of Domhnall.
Ailill, son of Aedh Roin; Congal, son of Dunchadh, died.
Duinseach, wife of Domhnall, son of Aedh, King of Ireland, died.