The Age of Christ, 646.
The seventh year of Conall and Ceallach.
The battle of Dun Crimhthainn was gained by Conall and Ceallach, the two sons of Maelcobha, over Aenghus, son of Domhnall; and Aenghus was slain in this battle; and there was also slain in this same battle Cathasach, son of Domhnall Breac.
Maelcobha, son of Fiachna, son of Deman, King of Ulidia, was slain by Congal Ceannfoda, son of Dunchadha.
The Age of Christ, 647.
The eighth year of Conall and Ceallach.
Dunchadh and Conall, two sons of Blathmac, son of Aedh Slaine, were slain by the Leinstermen, in the mill race of the mill of Maelodhran, son of Dima Cron. Marcan and Maelodhran mortally wounded the two; of which Maelodhran said:
- O mill !
which grindedst much of wheat,
It was not grinding oats thou wert,
when thou didst grind the seed of Cearbhall.
- The grain which the mill has ground
is not oats, but red wheat,
With the scions of the great tree
Maelodhran's mill was fed.
The Age of Christ, 648.
The ninth year of Conall and Ceallach.
Maincheni, Abbot of Meanadrochit, died.
The battle of Cuil Corra, by Aeldeith
p.265and Onchu, where Cillene, son of Forannan, chief of Ui Failghe Offaly, was slain.
Cugamhna, son of Suibhne, died.
The Age of Christ, 649.
The tenth year of Conall and Ceallach.
St. Cronan of Magh Bile died on the seventh day of the month of August.
The battle of Airther Seola, in Connaught, by Ceannfaeladh, son of Colgan and Maenach, son of Baeithin, chief of Ui Briuin, in which was slain Marcan, son of Toimen, chief of Ui Maine.
Fearghus, son of Domhnall, and Fearghus, son of Raghallach, and Aedh Beathra, son of Cuimin, were killed by the Ui Fiachrach Aidhne.
Aedh Roin, son of Maelcobha, died.
Maeldoid, son of Suibhne, chief of Meath, died.
The Age of Christ, 650.
The eleventh year of Conall and Ceallach.
Aithchen, Abbot of Tir Da Ghlas Terryglass, died.
Cailcen, of Lothra, died.
The battle of Fleascach, by Crunnmael, son of Suibhne, chief of Cinel Eoghain, in which was slain Cumascach, son of Oilioll, chief of Ui Cremhthainn.
Crunnmael Erbuilg, son of Ronan, chief of South Leinster, died.
St. Bearaidh, Abbot of Duibhlinn, died.
The Age of Christ, 651.
The twelfth year of Conall and Ceallach.
St. Aedhlug, son of Cummain, Abbot of Cluain Mic Nois, died on the 26th of February.
The Age of Christ, 652.
The thirteenth year of the kings aforesaid.
St. Colman, the bishop, son of Aiteldubh, Abbot of Cluain Iraird Clonard, died on the 8th of February.
St. Oissene Fota, Abbot of Cluain Iraird, died on the 1st of May.
St. Dachu Luachra, Abbot of Fearna Ferns, died.
The Age of Christ, 654.
The fifteenth year of Conall and Ceallach.
St Nem Mac Ua Birn, successor of Enne, of Ara, died on the 14th of June.
Suibhne, son of Cuirtre, Abbot of Ia, died.
Coincenn, of Cill Sleibhe, died.
The battle of Delenn, in which Maeldoid, son of Conaing, was slain.
The Age of Christ, 655.
The sixteenth year of Conall and Ceallach.
St. Mochaemhog, Abbot of Liath Mor, died on the third day of March. Thirteen years and four hundred was the length of his life, as this quatrain proves:
- The age of Mochaemhog of Liath,
which the great or poor deny not,
Thirteen years four hundreds,
without danger, without exaggeration.
The Age of Christ, 656.
St. Ulltan Mac Ui Conchobhair, of Ard Breacain, died on the fourth day of September, after completing the one hundred and eightieth year of his reign.
After Conall and Ceallach, the two sons of Maelcobha, son of Aedh, son of Ainmire, had been seventeen years over Ireland, Conall was slain by Diarmaid, son of Aedh Slaine; and Ceallach died at Brugh Mic An Og.
Blathmac, son of Maelcobha, King of Ulidia, died.