The Age of Christ, 707.
The sixth year of Congal.
Maeldobharchon, Bishop of Kildare, died on the 19th of February.
The battle of Dola, in Magh Ele, where Leathlobhar, son of Eochaidh, Cu Allaidh, and Cu Dinaisc, were slain.
The battle of Selgge, in Fortuatha Laighean, wherein were slain the two sons of Ceallach Cualann, Fiachra and Fianamhail, and some of the Britons, who had joined the army of Ceallach.
The Age of Christ, 708.
Conamhail, son of Failbhe, Abbot of la, died.
Colman, son of Seachnasach, Abbot of Lothra Lorha, died.
After Congal of Ceann Maghair, son of Fearghus Fanad, had been seven years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he died of one hour's sickness.
Cill Dara was burned.
The Age of Christ, 709.
The first year of Fearghal, son of Maelduin, son of Maelfithrigh, in sovereignty over Ireland.
Ceannfaeladh, Abbot of Fobhar Fore, died.
Diccolan the Wise died.
Tethghal, Bishop of Lann Ela Lynally,
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Ultan, son of Cummine,
Bishop of Telach Olainn.
The battle of Sliabh Fuaid was gained by Fearghal over the Ui Meith, wherein were slain Tnuthach, son of Mochloingi, chief of Ui Meith, and Curoi, son of Aedh, son of Dluthach.
The Age of Christ, 710.
The second year of Fearghal.
Coeddi, Bishop of Ia, died.
Dubhgualai, Abbot of Gleann Da Locha, died.
A battle was fought between two parties of the race of Slaine, wherein Niall, son of Cearnach, was slain by Flann, son of Aedh, son of Dluthach.
Cucerca, chief of Osraighe, died.
A battle by the south Leinstermen, wherein Bran Ua Maelduin and his son were slain.
Dluthach, son of Fithcheallach, was burned.
The battle of Carn Fearadhaigh by the northern Des, wherein Cormac, son of Finghin, King of Munster, was slain.
The Age of Christ, 711.
The third year of Fearghal.
Baetan, Bishop of Inis Bo Finne, died.
Failbhe Beg, Abbot of Cluain Mic Nois, died; he was of the Gailenga of Corann.
Cormac, son of Oilioll, King of Munster, was killed in a battle.
Seachnasach, chief of Ui Maine, died.
Cucearca, Lord of Ossory, died.
The Age of Christ, 712.
The fourth year of Fearghal.
A battle was fought between the two sons of Beg Boirche and the sons of Breasal, chiefs of Ui Eathach Uladh Iveagh; and the victory was gained over the sons of Breasal.
Fogartach Ua Cearnaigh was banished into Britain by Fearghal, King of Ireland.
The Age of Christ, 713.
The fifth year of Fearghal.
St. Dorbaine Foda, Abbot of Ia, died on the 28th of October.
Mochonna, of Cluain Airdne, died on the 30th of September.
Bishop Cillene, Abbot of Fearna Ferns, died.
Flaithnia the Wise, son of Colgan, died.
Ceallach Cualann, son of Gerrtide, King of Leinster, died.
Murchadh, son of Diarmaid, son of Airmeadhach Caech, chief of Ui Neill of Clann Colmain, was slain by Conall Grant Ua Cearnaigh.
Aedh Dubh, chief of Ui Fidhgeinte, died.
The Age of Christ, 714.
The sixth year of Fearghal.
Cele Tighearnaigh, Abbot of Cluain Eois Clones, died.
Ternog, son of Ciaran, died.
Flann Foirbhthe, son of Fogartach, died.
Fogartach Ua Cearnaigh returned from his exile in Britain.
Faelchu, son of Dorbene, was appointed to the abbacy of Ia, on the fourth of the Calends of September, on Saturday precisely, in the seventy fourth year of his age.
The Age of Christ, 715.
The seventh year of Fearghal.
The fair of Tailltin was celebrated by Fearghal, son of Maelduin; and Fogartach Ua Cearrnaigh disturbed the fair, for he killed Maelrubha, and the son of Dubhsleibhe.
The Age of Christ, 716.
The eighth year of Fearghal.
St. Dunchadh, son of Ceannfaeladh, Abbot of Ia Coluim Cille, died on the 25th of May.
Cronan Ua Eoan, Abbot of Lis Mor, died on the 1st of June.
Dubhduin Ua Faelain, Bishop and Abbot of Cluain Iraird, died.
Becc Boirche died.
Fianamhail Ua Boghaine, son of Einn, died.
The battle of Ceanannus Kells, in Meath by Conall Grant (i.e. the Grey) Ua Cearnaigh, wherein were slain Tuathal Ua Faelchon, and Gormghal, son of Aedh, son of Dluthach, and Amhalgaidh Ua Conaing, and Fearghal, his brother.
Conall Grant himself was also slain, in two months afterwards, by King Fearghal.
Three wonderful showers fell in this year: a shower of silver on Othain Mor, a shower of honey on Othain Beag, and a shower of blood in Leinster.