29] The kalends of January on the 3rd feria, the 7th of
30] the moon; the age of the Lord thirty-four years and a
Maelcoluim, son of Cinaeth, king of Alba,
Amhlaibh, son of Sitric, was slain by Saxons,
2] in going to Rome.
Gillasechlainn, son of Gillamochonna,
3] occisus est.
Dubhdaingen, king of Connacht, a suis occisus
Donnchadh, son of Brian, plundered Osraighe entirely.
5] Cathal Martyr, airchinnech of Corcach, and Conn,
6] son of Maelpatraic, airchinnech of Mungairit, in Christo
Macnia Ua hUchtain, lector of Cenannus,
8] was drowned while coming from Alba; and the cuilebhadh
9] of Colum-Cille, and three reliquaries of the reliquaries of
10] Patrick, and thirty men along with them, were also
Suibhne, son of Cinaeth, king of the Gall-Gaeidhel,
12] mortuus est.
13] The kalends of January on the 4th feria, the l8th of
14] the moon; the age of the Lord thirty-five years and a
Cnut, son of Sain, king of the Saxons, died.
16] Cathal, son of Amhalghaidh, king of the West of Laighen,
17] and his wife, i.e. the daughter of the son of Gillacaeimghin,
18] son of Cineath, and his dog, were slain together by the son of
19] Cellach, son of Dunchadh.
Flaithbhertach Ua Murchadha,
20] king of Cenel-mBoghuine, cum multis occisus est.
21] Iarnan Ua Flannchadha, i.e. he who was called Cú na
22] naem ocus na bhfiren, went on a predatory excursion into
23] Delbhna; but a small number of the men of Delbhna
24] overtook his band, and gave him battle, and committed a
25] slaughter of his people; and he was slain through the
26] power of the saints.
Raghnall, grandson of lmhar, king of
27] Port-Lairge, was killed in Ath-cliath, by Sitric, son of
Ard-Breacain was plundered by Sitric, son
4] The kalends of January on the 5th feria, the 28th of
5] the moon; the age of the Lord thirty-six years and a
Domhnall O'hUamharain, king of Feara-Lí,
7] occisus est by the Dal-Araidhe.
8] king of Feara-Tethfa, a suis occisus est.
9] of Flann, royal heir of Temhair, was slain by the men of
Murchadh Ua Anchapaill, and Niall son of
11] Muirghes, two royal heirs of the West of Connacht omnes
12] occisi sunt.
Cuchiche, son of Eignechan, king of Cenel-Enna,
Donnchadh, son of Dunlaing, king of
14] Laighen, was blinded by Donnchadh Mac Gillapatraic,
15] and he died thereof.
Flaithbhertach In-trostain Ua
16] Neill, chief king of Oilech, post poenitentiam optimam in
17] Christo quievit.
Ruaidhri, san of Tadhg, son of Lorcan,
18] was blinded by the son of Mael-na-mbó.
19] The kalends of January on the 7th feria, the 10th
20] of the moon; the age of the Lord thirty-seven years
21] and a thousand.
Cathal, son of Ruaidhri, king of the
22] West of Connacht, went on his pilgrimage to Ard-Macha.
23] Flann Ua Maelsechlainn was blinded by Conchobhar Ua
Archú Ua Celechain, king of Uí-mBresail,
25] and Ruaidhri Ua Lorcain, king of Uí-Niallain, occisi sunt
26] at Craebh-chaille by Muiredhach O'Ruadhachain, and by
27] the Uí-Echach.
Cúinmhain Ua Robhann, king of Port-Lairge,
28] a suis occisus sunt.
Three of the family of Ua-Maeldoraidh
29] were slain.
Prodigious tempests and great
30] moisture in this year.
31] The kalends of January on the 1st feria, the 2lst of
32] the moon; the age of the Lord thirty-eight years and a
Colman Cam Ua Conghaile, comarb of
34] Molaise, in Christo quievit.
Gillachrist, son of Cathbharr
3] A battle between Cuana, king of the Saxons, and Ota,
4] king of the Franks, in which a thousand men were slain
5] along with Ota.
Orcallaid O'Ruadhachain, king of
6] Uí-Echach, was slain by Clann-Sionaigh in Ard-Macha,
7] on the festival of Ultan, in revenge for the killing of
8] Eochaidh Mac-an-Abaidh, and for the profanation
9] of Ard-Macha.
A victory gained over the Uí-Maine by the
10] Dealbhna, in the middle of Cluain-mic-Nois, on the
11] Friday of Ciaran's festival, in quo multi occisi sunt.
12] Cúdhuiligh, grandson of Donnchadh, royal heir of Caisel,
13] was slain by the Uí-Faelain.
14] The kalends of January on the 2nd feria, the 2nd of
15] the moon; the age of the Lord thirty-nine years and a
Iaco, king of Britain, a suis; Domhnall,
17] son of Donnchadh, king of Uí-Faelain, by Domhnall Ua
18] Ferghaile; Donnchadh Derg Ua Ruairc, by Ua
19] Conchobhair; Ruaidhri, king of Fernmhagh, a suis; Oedh
20] Ua Flannagain, king of Lurg and Uí-Fiachrach, omnes
21] occisi sunt.
Donnchadh Mac Gillapatraic, chief king of
22] Laighen and Osraighe, died.
Muiredhach, son of Flaithbhertach
23] Ua Neill, was slain by the Leithrenna.
24] son of Faelan, was slain by Foreigners.
25] The kalends of January on the 3rd feria, the 13th of
26] the moon; the age of the Lord forty years and a
27] thousand. Hic est annus millesimus et quadragesimus annus ab
28] Incarnatione Domini.
Corcran Cleirech, the head of
29] Europe as regards piety and wisdom, in Christo pausavit.
30] Donnchadh, son of Crínán, king of Alba, a
25] suis occisus est.
31] Aralt, king of the Saxons, givas moritur.
2] was burned. Dún-da-leth-ghlas was burned, and many
3] churches besides.
4] The kalends of January on the 5th feria, the 24th of the moon;
5] the age of the Lord forty-one years and
6] a thousand.
Numerous, truly, are the events in this year,
7] between slayings and plunderings, and battles. No one
8] could relate them all, but only a few of many of them are
9] related, on account of the dignity of the people mentioned
10] in them.
Mac Bethaidh, son of Bethadh, son of Ainmire,
11] chief poet of Ard-Macha, and likewise of Erinn, died.
12] Domhnall Remhar, son of Mael-na-mbó, was slain by the
14] Muirchertach Mac Gillapatraic was slain by
14] the Uí-Caelluidhe, in treachery.
A preying expedition
15] by the Airghialla into Conaille, but the Conaille overtook
16] them, and they were defeated in Magh-dha-chuinnech.
17] A preying expedition by the Uí-Neill into Uí-Echach-Uladh,
18] and they carried off a great prey.
19] son of Donncuan, son of Dunlaing, was forcibly taken
20] from Cill-dara, and afterwards killed.
21] The kalends of January on the 6th feria, the 5th of
22] the moon; the age of the Lord forty-two years and a
23] thousand./p[gt ]
Ferna-mór-Maedhóig was burned by Donnchadh,
24] son of Brian.
Glenn-Uissen was burned by the
25] son of Mael-na-mbó, and the oratory broken, and one
26] hundred persons were slain, and four hundred taken out
27] of it, in retaliation for Ferna-mór.
Murchadh, son of
28] Dunlaing, king of Laighen, and Domhnall, son of Aedh,
29] king of Ui-Bairche, fell by Gillapatraic, son of Donnchadh,
30] king of Osraighe, and by Macraith, grandson of
31] Donnchadh, king of Eoghanachta.
Flann, son of
32] Maelsechlainn, royal heir of Erinn, was slain through
34] The kalends of January on the 7th feria, the l6th
35] of the moon; the age of the Lord forty-three years and a
Cathal, son of Ruaidhri, king of the West of
2] Ua Ferghaile, king of Fortuatha-Laighen, was slain by
3] his own people.
Flann Ua hAnbhfheth, king of Uí-Meth,
4] was slain by the Uí-Cerbhaill, i.e. by the king of
5] Fernmhagh. Oedh Ua Confhiacla, king of
6] Tethfa, was killed by Muirchertach O'Maelsechlainn.
7] king of Muscraidhe, occisus est.
8] O'Duibhdhiorma in pace dormivit.
The victory of Maelcaenmhaigh,
9] on the brink of the Siuir, was gained over
10] the men of Osraighe and Er-Mumha, by Carthach, son of
11] Saerbrethach; in which Ua Donnagáin, king of Aradh,
12] was slain.
A victory was gained over the Cenel-Conaill,
13] by the Cenel-Eoghain, at Termon-Dábheóg.
14] The kalends of January on the 1st feria, the 27th of
15] the moon; the age of the Lord forty-four years and
16] a thousand.
Cumuscach Ua hAillelain, king of Uí-Echach,
17] was slain by the Uí-Carracain.
Niall Ua Celecháin,
18] king of Uí-Breasail, and his brother, i.e. Trénfer,
19] were blinded by the sons of Matadhan, through treachery.
20] Domhnall Ua Cuirc, king of Muscraidhe, was slain by
21] Ua Fladhlén, and Ua Oisin.
A preying expedition by
22] Niall, son of Maelsechlainn, i.e., who was at that time
23] king of Oilech, against the Uí-Meth and Cuailgne, when
24] he carried off 1,200 cows, and a multitude of captives, in
25] revenge for the profanation of Clog-an-edachta.
26] Another preying expedition, moreover, by Muirchertach Ua Neill,
27] against the Mughdhorna; and he carried off a prey
28] of cattle, and captives, in revenge for the profanation of
29] the same bell.
The Cleirech Ua Conchobhair was slain.
30] The kalends of January on the 3rd feria, the 9th
31] of the moon; the age of the Lord forty-five years and
32] a thousand.
Conghalach Ua Lochlainn, king of
A predatory expedition by Muirchertach
6] Ua Neill into Feara-Breagh; but Gairbheith Ua
7] Cathusaigh, king of Breagha, overtook him at Cassán-Linne,
8] when the sea was full in before him, and Muirchertach
9] and many others were slain there.
10] son of Saerbhrethach king of Eoghanacht-Caisil, was
11] burned in a house on fire, by the grandson of Longhargan,
12] son of Donncuan, cum multis nobilibus ustis.
13] battle between the men of Alba, among themselves, in
14] which Cronan, abbot of Dun-Cuillend, was slain.
15] The kalends of January on the 4th feria, the 20th of
16] the moon; the age of the Lord forty-six years and a
Muiredhach, son of Flaithbhertach Ua Neill,
18] royal heir of Oilech, and Aitedh Ua hAitedh, king of
19] Uí-Echach, were burned in a house on fire, by Cu-Uladh,
20] son of Conghalach, king of Uachtar-thire.
21] O'Ruairc was slain by the Cenel-Conaill.
22] Ciardha, king of Cairpre, was slain by Ua Flannagain,
23] king of Tethfa.
24] The kalends of January on the 5th feria, the 1st of
25] the moon; the age of the Lord forty-seven years and a
Great snow in this year from the festiva1 of
27] Mary to the festival of Patrick, for which no equal was found,
28] so that it caused a destruction of people, and cattle,
29] and the wild animals of the sea, and of birds.
30] grandson of Madadhan, king of Uí-Bresail,
31] was killed in Ard-Macha, by Madadhan Ua Celechain, per
Niall Ua Ruairc was slain by Ua Conchobhair.
33] A predatory hosting by Niall, son of Maelsechlainn, into
34] Bregha, when he slew Ua hIfferrain.
35] The kalends of January on the 6th feria, the l2th
36] of the moon; the age of the Lord forty-eight years
Ferghal Ua Maelmhuaidh, king of
2] Feara-Ceall; Gillacoluim Ua hEighnigh, chief king of
3] Oirghiall; Cendfaeladh O'Cuill, chief poet of Mumha;
4] Maelfabhaill Ua hEidhin, king of Uí-Fiachrach-Aidhne,
5] mortui sunt.
The comarb of Peter, i.e. the Pope,
6] and twelve of his men of grade along with him, died after
7] drinking poison which the comarb who had previously
8] been expelled thence i.e. from the Papacy gave to them.
9] The kalends of January on the lst feria, the 23rd of
10] the moon; the age of the Lord forty-nine years and a
Maelcainnigh Ua Taichligh, comarb of Daimhinis,
Muirchertach, son of Maelsechlainn, was slain
13] by Conchobhar Ua Maelsechlainn, to the profanation of
14] God and of men.
Conchobhar Ua Cinnfhaeladh, king of
15] Uí-Conaill-Gabhra, and Imhar Ua Béice, king of Uí-Méth,
16] occisi sunt.
17] The kalends of January on the 2nd feria, the 4th of the
18] moon; the age of the Lord fifty years and a thousand.
19] Maelruanaidh, grandson of Cucoirne, king of
20] Eile, and Donnchadh, son of Gillafhaelain, king of Uí-Failghe,
21] occisi sunt.
Cill-dara, with its stone-church,
22] was burned.
Cleirchen Ua Muineóc, tower of the piety of
23] Erinn, quievit in Christo.
A conflict between the men
24] of Magh-Itha and the Oirghialla, in which Eochaidh Ua
25] hOssene was slain.
26] The kalends of January on the 3rd feria, the l5th of
27] the moon; the age of the Lord fifty-one years and a
Muirchertach, son of Brec, king of the Deisi,
29] was burned by the Uí-Faelain.
Mac Buatan, son of Brec,
30] was slain in the stone-church of Lis-mór, by Maelsechlainn,
31] grandson of Brec.
Amhalghaidh, son of Cathal, king of
32] the West of Connacht, was blinded by Aedh Ua Conchobhair.
33] Laighnén, son of Maelan, king of Gailenga, cum
34] sua regina, i.e., the daughter of the Gut, went on their
Mac Liachlainn was
2] expelled from the sovereignty of Tealach-óg, and Aedh,
3] grandson of Ferghal, was made king in his place.
4] The kalends of January on the 4th feria, the 27th of
5] the moon; the age of the Lord fifty-two years and a
Domhnall Bán Ua Briain was slain by the
7] men of Connacht.
Braen, son of Maelmordha, king of
8] Laighen, died in Colainea.
Macraith, grandson of
9] Donnchadh, king of Eoghanacht-Chaisil, died.
10] The kalends of January on the 6th feria, the 7th of
11] the moon; the age of the Lord fifty-three years and a
Mac-na-hoidhche Ua Ruairc, royal heir of
13] Connacht, was slain by Diarmaid Ua Cuinn on an island of
Flaithbhertach Ua Maelfhabhaill, king
15] of Carraig-Brachaide, and Murchadh Ua Beollain, airchinnech
16] of Druim-cliabh, omnes in pace dormierunt.
17] preying expedition by Mac Lachlainn and the men of
18] Magh-Itha, against the Cenel-Binnigh of Loch-Drochait,
19] when they carried off three hundred cows, and killed
20] Duibhemhna, son Cinaeth, viz.:the vice-abbot of Cluain-Fiachna,
21] and Cúmacha, son of Clairchen, steward of Dal-Cais.
22] Maelcrón, son of Cathal, king of Bregh, was slain
23] by Ua Riacain.
Donnchadh Ua Cellachain, royal heir of
24] Caisel, was slain by the Osraighe.
Niall Ua hEighnich,
25] king of Feara-Manach, was slain by the Feara-Luirg.