The Age of Christ, 667.
The third year of Seachnasach.
Colman, the bishop, with other saints accompanying him, went to Inis Bo Finne, and he founded a church thereon, from which he is called.
Fearghus, son of Muccedh died.
The Age of Christ, 668.
The fourth year of Seachnasach.
p.281Finn, abbot of Ia Coluim Cille, died on the 24th of February.
Maelfothartaigh, son of Suibhne, chief of Cinel Tuirtre, died. Ceannfaeladh said:
- Not dearer
is one king to me than another,
was borne in his couch to Doire.
Maelduin, son of Maenach, was slain.
Critan, Abbot of Beannchair Bangor, died.
Mochua, son of Ust, died.
The Age of Christ, 669.
After Seachnasach, son of Blathmac, had been five years in sovereignty over Ireland, he was slain by Dubhduin, chief of Cinel Cairbre. It was of Seachnasach this testimony was given:
- Full of bridles and horsewhips
was the house in which dwelt Seachnasach,
Many were the leavings of plunder
in the house in which dwelt the son of Blathmac.
Bran Finn, son of Maelochtraigh, chief of Deisi Mumhan died.
Maelduin O'Ronain was slain.
Blathmac, son of Maelcobha, died.
Cuanna, son of Ceallach, died.
Bran Finn, son of Maelfothartaigh, died.
Dunchadh Ua Ronain died.
The Age of Christ, 670.
The first year of Ceannfaeladh, son of Blathmac, in the sovereignty of Ireland.
Dungal, son of Maeltuile, chief of Cinel Boghaine,
p.283was slain by Loingseach, son of Aenghus, chief of Cinel Conaill.
Ard Macha Armagh and Teagh Telle were burned.
Beannchair was burned.
Cumascach, son of Ronan, died.
The Age of Christ, 671.
The second year of Ceannfaeladh.
Maelrubha, Abbot of Beannchair, went to Alba Scotland, and founded the church of Aporcrosan.
The burning of Magh Lunge.
Failbhe, Abbot of Ia Coluim Cille Iona, came to Ireland from Ia.
The Age of Christ, 672.
The third year of Ceannfaeladh.
Scannlan, son of Fingin, chief of Ui Meith, died.
The Age of Christ, 673.
After Ceannfaeladh, son of Blathmac, son of Diarmaid, had been four years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he was slain by Finnachta Fleadhach, in the battle of Aircealtair, at Tigh Ua Maine.
Noe son of Daniel died.
Congal Ceannfoda, son of Dunchadh, King of Ulidia, was slain by Beag Boirrche.
The Age of Christ, 674.
The first year of Finnachta Fleadhach, son of
p.285Dunchadh, in sovereignty over Ireland.
St. Colman, Bishop of Inis Bo Finne, died on the 8th day of August.
Finan, son of Airennan, died.
The destruction of Aileach Frigreinn, by Finnshneachta, son of Dunchadh.
Failbhe, Abbot of Ia, returned back from Ireland.
The Age of Christ, 675.
The second year of Finnachta.
Becan Ruiminni died in Britain on the 17th of March.
A battle was fought between Finnsneachta and the Leinstermen, by the side of Loch Gabhair; and the battle was gained over the Leinstermen.
Dunchadh, son of Ultan, chief of Oirghialla, was slain at Dun Forgo, by Maelduin, son of Maelfithrigh.
The Age of Christ, 676.
The third year of Finnachta.
Dairchell, maccu Retai, Bishop of Gleann Da Locha, died on the 3rd of March.
Maeldoghar, Bishop of Fearna Ferns;
Tuaimsnamha, chief of Osraighe Ossory, was slain by Faelan Seanchostol.
Colgu, son of Failbhe Flann, King of Munster, died.