The Age of Christ, 777 recte 782.
The twelfth year of Donnchadh.
Cormac, son of Bresal, Abbot of Ard Breacain Ardbraccan, and other churches, died.
Scannal Ua Taidhg, Abbot of Achadh Bo Aghaboe, died, after having been forty three years in the abbacy. He died on the festival of St. Comhgall.
Banbhan, Abbot of Claenadh, died.
Aedhan, Abbot of Ros Comain Roscommon, died.
Daniel Ua Aithmit, Abbot of Dairinis died.
Ciaran of Teach Munna Taghmon, died.
Feardomhnach of Tuaim Da Ghualann Tuam, died.
Muireadhach, son of Uarghal, Prior of Ia Coluim Cille Iona, died.
Ultan, OEconomus of Beannchair Bangor;
and Tailefhlaith, daughter of Murchadh, Abbess of Cluain Cuifthin; died.
The battle of Cuirreach, by the side of Cill Dara was fought on the sixth of the Calends of September, on Tuesday, between Ruadhriach, son of Faelan, and Bran, son of Mureadhach, wherein Mughron, son of Flann, Lord of Ui Failghe, and Dubhdachrich, son of Laidhgnen, were slain in a combat. The victory was gained by Ruaidhri.
Artghal, son of Cathal, King of Connaught, took the pilgrim's staff, and went to Hi on his pilgrimage.
The Age of Christ, 778 recte 783.
The thirteenth year of Donnchadh.
Fearghus, Bishop of Daimhliag Duleek;
Oenghus, son of Crunnmhael, Abbot of Daimhliag;
Suairleach, anchorite of Lis Mor;
Mac Flaithniadh, Abbot of Cluain Fearta Clonfert;
Reachtlaiten of Fobhar Fore, a wise man;
Aaron, a wise man;
Faelghus, son of Tnuthghal, a wise man of Cluain Iraird Clonard;
Ailill Ua Tibraide; and Becc, son of Cumasgach, died.
Ciaran of Bealach Duin, who wrote the Life of Patrick, died.
Ard Macha and Magh Eo were burned by lightning on Saturday night, precisely on the fourth of the Nones of August. That night was terrible with thunder, lightning, and wind storms; and it was on this night the monastery of Cluain Bronaigh Clonbroney was destroyed.
Domhnall, son of Flaithniadh, chief of Ui Failghe, was slain at Cluain Conaire Cloncurry.
The battle of Dumha Achidh, between the Dal Araidh, wherein Focharta Ua Conalta was slain.
The promulgation of Patrick's law at Cruachain by Dubdaleithe, and Tibraide, son of Tadhg.
The Age of Christ, 779 recte 784.
The fourteenth year of Donnchadh.
Flann, Bishop, wise man, and Abbot of Inis Caindeagha;
Reachtnia, Abbot of Cluain Mic Nois, of the race of Cairbre Crom;
Ciaran, Abbot of Rathmaighe Eonaigh, and Teach Mo Fhinna Taghmon;
Cearnach, son of Suibhne, Prior of Ard Macha;
Conall, son of Crunnmhael, Abbot of Lusca Lusk, died.
A royal meeting between Donnchadh, son of Domhnall, and Fiachna, son of Aedh Roin at Inis Na Righ, in the east of Breagh. Of it was said:
- Of what effect
was the conference at Inis Na Righ?
Donnchadh would not come upon the sea,
Fiachna would not come upon the land.
The battle of Carn Conaill, in Aidhne, by Tibraide, son of Tadhg, King of Connaught, and the Ui Fiachrach were defeated.
Maelduin, son of Aenghus, lord of Cinel Laeghaire;
Innreachtach, son of Dunchadh;
Aedhghal, lord of Umhall;
Coisenmhech Ua Predene, lord of Ui Eathach Uladh Iveagh;
Maelcaech, son of Cumscrath Meann;
and Cugamhna, son of Naeinneanaigh, lord of Cinel Cairbre, died.
The Age of Christ, 780 recte 785.
The fifteenth year of Donnchadh.
Maeloctraigh, son of Conall, Abbot of Cill Cuilinn Kilcullen, and Scribe of Cill Na Manach;
Mochtighearn, a wise man;
Joseph Ua Faelainn, Abbot of Biror Birr;
Eochaidh, son of Fogarta, Abbot of Fochladh, and Inis Clothrann;
and Ellbrigh, Abbess of Cluain Bronaigh Clonbroney, died.
Seanchan, Bishop and Abbot of Imleach Ibhair Emly, died on the 12th of December.
Ruaidhri, son of Faelan, King of Leinster;
Conchubhar, son of Colgan;
Dunchadh Ua Daimhine, lord of Ui Maine;
Maelduin, son of Fearghus, lord of Loch Gobhair;
Flaithnia, lord of the race of Cairbre Crom died.
The battle of Muaidh by Tibraide, son of Tadhg, King of Connaught, and he routed the enemy before him.
Another victory was gained by Tibraide over the Munstermen.
The Age of Christ, 781 recte 786.
The sixteenth year of Donnchadh.
Tibraide, son of Fearchair, Abbot of Cluain Fearta Brenainn Clonfert;
Maelcombair, Abbot of Gleann Da Locha;
Snedriaghail, Abbot of Cluain Mic Nois, one of the Calraighe of Aelmhagh;
Faebhardaith, Abbot of Tulean Dulane;
Maelduin, son of Aedh Beannan, lord of Irluachair;
Scanlann, son of Flann,
p.389chief of Ui Fidhgeinte;
Tibraide, son of Tadhg, King of Connaught died.
The battle of Ath Liacc Finn between Donnchadh, son of Murchadh, and the race of Aedh Slaine, wherein was slain Fiachra, son of Cathal, chief of Feara Cul; Fogartach, son of Comasgach, chief of Loch Gabhair; and the two Ua Conaings, namely, Conaing and Diarmaid Doibil.
Ceallach, son of Maenach, and Ceallach, son of Cormac, chief of Ard Cianachta Ferrard, died.
Forbhasach, son of Seachnasach, chief of Cinel Boghaine, died.
A battle was fought between the Ui Eachach people of Iveagh and the Conaille, in which Cathrae, chief of Mughdhorna Cremorne, and Rimidh, son of Cearnach, were slain.
Faelan, son of Forbhasach, one of the Osraighe, was slain by the Osraighe themselves.
A victory was gained by Maelduin, son of Aedh Allan, over Domhnall, son of Aedh Muindearg.
The Age of Christ, 782 recte 787.
The seventeenth year of Donnchadh.
Lomtuile, Bishop of Cill Dara Kildare,
and Dubhdabhoireann, Abbot of Cluain Iraird Clonard, died.
Snedhbran, Bishop of Cill Dara;
Colga, son of Crunnmhael, Abbot of Lusca Lusk;
Robhartach, son of Maenach, OEconomus of Slaine, and Abbot of Cill Foibrigh;
Muireadhach, son of Cathal, Abbot of Cill Dara;
Rechtabhra, son of Dubbchomar, Abbot of Eachdhruim Aughrim;
Learghus Ua Fidhchain, a wise man of Cill Maighnenn;
Aladhchu, anchorite of Rath Oenbo;
and Cuan of Imleach Iubhair, all died.
Conall, son of Fidhghal, lord of Ui Maine, died.
A battle (i.e. the battle of Ircoir) between the Cinel Conaill and Cinel Eoghain, in which Domhnall, son of Aedh Muindearg,
The slaughter of the Ui Briuin Umhaill, by the Ui Fiachrach Muirisce; and many of them were slain, together with their chief, Flathghal, son of Flannabhrath.
The Age of Christ, 783 recte 788.
The eighteenth year of Donnchadh.
Colman, son of Faelghus, Bishop of Lothra Lorha;
Dubhdathuath, Bishop and Abbot of Rath Aedha Rathhugh;
and Maccog, Abbot of Saighir Serkieran, died.
Guaire, son of Dungalach, died; he was lord of Ui Briuin Cualann.
Maelduin, son of Aedh Allan, King of the North, died.
Doire Calgaigh was burned.
The law of Ciaran was promulgated among the Connaughtmen.
The Age of Christ, 784 recte 789.
The nineteenth year of Donnchadh.
Murghal, Abbot of Cluain Mic Nois, of the race of Fiachra, son of Eochaidh Muighmheadhoin;
Feadhach, son of Cormac, Abbot of Lughmhadh Louth, Slaine, and Daimhliag Duleek, died.
Gormghal, son of Eladhach, lord of Cnoghbha, died in religion.
Fearfughaill, Bishop of Cluain Dolcain Clondalkin, died.
Sluaigheadhach, chief of Conaille Muirtheimhne, died.
Suibhne son of Adhuar, died.
Ferghil, i.e. the Geometer, Abbot of Achadh Bo, and Bishop of Saltsburg, died in Germany, in the thirtieth year of his bishopric.
The battle of Claideach, between the Cinel Eoghain and Cinel Conaill, in which Domhnall was routed.
The profanation of the Bachall Isa and the relics of Patrick by Donnchadh, son
p.393of Domnall, at Rath Airthir, at the fair.
Cluain Iraird Clonard was burned on Easter night precisely.
The battle of Druim Gois between the Connaughtmen, where Fogartach, son of Cathal, was routed.
The Age of Christ, 785 recte 790.
The twentieth year of Donnchadh.
Noe, Abbot of Ceann Garadh,
and Siadhal, Abbot of Duibhlin, died.
Dunghal, son of Laeghaire, Abbot of Dunleathglas Downpatrick,
and Maelconchubhair, Abbot of Gleann Da Locha, died.
Cinaedh, son of Anmchaidh, lord of Ui Liathain, died.
Fiachna, son of Aedh Roin, King of Ulidia, died.
The battle of Ath Rois was gained by the Ui Ailella over the Luighni, in which Dubh Dathuath, son of Flaithghius, lord of the Three Tribes, was slain.
The battle of Cluain Milain, in which Maelduin, son of Cumasgach, was slain by Fearghal.
The Age of Christ, 786 recte 791.
The twenty first year of Donnchadh.
Caencomhrac, Bishop of Finnghlais Cainnigh,
and Saerbhearg, Abbot of Cluain Mic Nois, died.
Sirna, Abbot of Beannchair Bangor,
and Muireadhach, son of Aenghus, Abbot of Lusca Lusk, died.
Dineartach, son of Mogadhach, anchorite, died.
Ardghal, son of Cathal, King of Connaught, died at Ia Coluim Cille Iona, on his pilgrimage.
Amhalgaidh, lord of Ui Maine, died.
The battle of Ard Abhla, in which Diarmaid, son of Bec, lord of Teathbha, was slain by Fearghus, son of Ailghil.