The Age of Christ, 687.
The fourteenth year of Finachta.
Beccan, of Cluain Iraird, died.
Gnathnat, Abbess of Cill Dara, died.
Congal, son of Maelduin, son of Aedh Beannan, King of West Munster, was slain.
Ard Macha was burned.
Bran, son of Conall, King of Leinster, died.
Finguine Foda died.
Feradhach Meith, son of Nechtlig, died.
The Age of Christ, 688.
The fifteenth year of Finshneachta.
Cronan Macu Caulne, Abbot of Beannchair Bangor, died on the 6th of November.
Fidhgellach, son of Flann, chief of Ui Maine, died.
Iolan, Bishop of Ceanngaradh, died.
Dochinne, of Doire Bruchaisi, died.
The Age of Christ, 689.
The sixteenth year of Finshneachta.
Dabhecog, of Cluain Ard, died.
Fearghus, son of Lodan, King of Ulidia, was slain by the Ui Eachdhach people of Iveagh.
The Age of Christ, 690.
The seventeenth year of Finshneachta.
Diraith, Bishop of Fearna, died on the 27th of July.
Bran Ua Faelain, King of Leinster, died.
A battle between the Osraighi and the Leinstermen, wherein Faelchar Ua Maelodhra was slain.
It rained a shower of blood in Leinster this year.
p.297Butter was there also turned into lumps of gore and blood, so that it was manifest to all in general. The wolf was heard speaking with human voice, which was horrific to all.
The Age of Christ, 691.
The eighteenth year of Finshneachta.
Becfhola, bishop, died.
Huidhreini of Magh Bile Movilla, died.
The Age of Christ, 692.
The nineteenth year of Finachta.
Cronan Beg, abbot of Cluain Mic Nois, died on the 6th of April.
Cronan Balnae i.e. of Balla, died.
The Age of Christ, 693.
Gaimide of Lughmhaidh, died.
Meann Boirne, abbot of Achadh Bo, died.
After Finachta Fleadhach, son of Dunchadh, had been twenty years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he was slain by Aedh, son of Dluthach, son of Ailill, son of Aedh Slaine, chief of Feara Cul, and Congalach, son of Conaing, son of Congal, son of Aedh Slaine, in a battle at Greallach Dollaith. Breasal, son of Finachta, also fell in this battle along with his father.
Tadhg, son of Failbhe, was killed in Gleann Gaimhin.
The Age of Christ, 694.
The first year of Loingseach, son of Aenghus, in the sovereignty of Ireland.
Loichene Meann, the Wise, Abbot of Kildare, died.
Cummeni of Mughdhorna Cremorne died.
Finnguine, son of Cu Gan Mathair,
p.299King of Munster, died.
Fearghal Aidhne, King of Connaught, died; he was the son of Guaire Aidhne.
Fianmhail, son of Maenach, died.
Congalach, son of Conaing, son of Conghal, son of Aedh Slaine, died.
The Age of Christ, 695.
The second year of Loingseach.
Caisin, scribe of Lusca, died.
Maelfothartaigh, Lord of the Oirghialla, died.
The devastation of Magh Muirtheimhne by the Britons and Ulidians.
The battle of Crannach, wherein Fearadhach, son of Maeldoith, was slain.
The Age of Christ, 696.
The third year of Loingseach.
St. Moling Luachra, bishop, died on the 13th of May.
A battle was fought at Tulach Garraisg, in Fearnmhagh, wherein were slain Conchobhar Macha, son of Maelduin, chief of the Airtheara Oriors, and Aedh Aired, chief of Dal Araidhe.
Muirghius, son of Maelduin, Lord of Cinel Cairbre, died.