26] The kalends of January on the 7th feria, the l8th of
27] the moon; the age of the Lord fifty-four years and
28] a thousand.
Imhar, son of Aralt, king of the Foreigners,
Aedh, grandson of Ferghal, king of Tealach-óg, and
30] the son of Archu Ua Celechain, king of Uí-Bresail, were
31] slain by the men of Fernmhagh.
The victory of Finnmhagh
32] was gained over the Uí-Meith and the men of
33] Uachtar-thire, by the Uí-Echach, in which fell the
34] Croibhdherg, royal heir of Uachtar-thire.
Aedh, son of
3] between the men of Alba and the Saxons, in which fell
4] three thousand of the men of Alba, and one thousand
5] and a half of the Saxons, together with Dolfinn, son
6] of Finntar.
Loch-suidhe-Odhrain, in Sliabh-guaire, stole
7] away in the end of the night of the festival of Michael,
8] and went into the Fabhall, quod non auditum est ab
10] The kalends of January, on the 1st feria, the 29th of
11] the moon; the age of the Lord fifty-five years and a
Domhnall Ruadh O'Briain was slain by Ua
Gillapatraic, king of Osraighe, died.
14] victory was gained by Toirdhelbhach Ua Briain over
15] Murchadh Ua Briain, in which four hundred were slain,
16] together with fourteen chieftains.
The battle of the
17] relic-house was gained by Dubh-da-leithe, comarb of
18] Patrick, over the son of Loingsech Ua Maelsechlainn,
19] i.e. the comarb of Finnén and of Colum Cille, in which
20] many were slain.
21] The kalends of January on the 2nd feria, the 10th of
22] the moon; the age of the Lord fifty-six years and a
Cathusach, son of Gerrgarbhan, comarb of
24] Cainech in Cianachta, and Cetfadh, head of the clerics
25] of Mumha, quieverunt.
A predatory expedition
26] by Niall, son of Maelsechlainn, against the Dál-Araidhe, when
27] he carried off two thousand cows, and three score
28] men as prisoners.
Flann Mainistrech, chief poet, and
29] chief lector, and professor of the history of Erin, in vita
30] aeterna requievit.
Lightning came and killed three
Eochaidh Ua Flaithemh went on a preying
3] expedition into Magh-Itha, on the night of great Christmas,
4] and he brought five hundred cows to the water, i.e,
5] to the river of Magh-Uatha; and they left the cows in
6] the river, and forty-eight of them were drowned, along
7] with Cuilend, son of Dergan.
8] The kalends of January on the 4th feria, the 21st of
9] the moon; the age of the Lord fifty-seven years and
10] a thousand.
Niall Ua hEgnechain, king of Cenel-Enna,
11] a suis occisus est.
Dunghal Ua Donnchadha, king of
12] Eoghanacht-Caisil, fell by Murchadh Ua Briain.
13] Finnghuine, grandson of Finnghuine, royal heir of Mumha,
14] fell by Maelsechlainn, son of Brec.
Maelruanaidh Ua Fogartaigh,
15] king of the South of Eile, fell by Donnchadh,
16] son of Brian.
Dubhdhaleithe Ua Cinaetha, airchinnech
17] of Corcach, and Robhartach, son of Ferdomhnach, comarb
18] of Colum Cille, in Domino dormierunt.
19] Ua Ruairc was slain by Domhnall, son of Maelruanaidh,
20] king of Feara-Manach.
LB n="21"[gt ]The kalends of January on the 5th feria, the 2nd of
22] the moon; the age of the Lord fifty-eight years and a
Imlech-Ibhair was entirely burned, both stone
24] church and steeple.
Lulach, son of Gillacomghain, chief
25] king of Alba, was slain by Maelcoluim, son of Donnchadh,
26] in battle.
The victory of Sliabh-Crot was gained
27] by Diarmaid, son of Mael-na-mbó, over Donnchadh, son
28] of Brian, in which, fell Cairpre Ua Lighdha, airchinnech
29] of Imlech-Ibhair, and Ribhardan, son of Cucoirne, king
30] of Eile, et alii multi.
Mac Bethad, son of Finnlaech,
3] The kalends of January on the 6th feria, the 13th
4] of the moon; the age of the Lord fifty-nine years
5] and a thousand.
A preying expedition by Maelsechlainn
6] Ua Madadhain into Airthera, when he carried off
7] three hundred cows, vel paulo plus, and killed Gillamuire
8] Mac Airechtaigh, steward of Clann-Sionaigh.
9] Maelsechlainn Ua Bric was smothered in a cave by
10] Maelsechlainn Ua Faelain.
Aedh Ua Dubhda, king of
11] Uí-Amhalghadha, a suis occisus est.
A preying expedition
12] by Ardghar Mac Lachlainn, with the Cenel-Eoghain,
13] into Dal-Araidhe, when they carried off a great cattle
14] spoil, and killed or captured two hundred persons.
15] son of Tighernan, king of the West of Connacht; Conghalach
16] Ua Riagain, royal heir of Temhair; Duarcan Ua
17] hEghra, king of Luighne; Gillacaeimhghin, son of Gillacomghaill,
18] royal heir of Laighen, occisi sunt.
19] Ua Maelbhrenuinn, steward of Síl-Muiredhaigh, mortuus
21] The kalends of January on the 7th feria, the 24th of
22] the moon; the age of the Lord sixty years and a
23] thousand; millesimo ac sexagesimo anno Dominicae
A great war in Ard-Macha, between Cumuscach
25] Ua nEradhain and Dubhdhaleithe, comarb of
26] Patrick, regarding the abbacy.
Cenannus was altogether
27] burned, together with its stone church.
28] completely burned, with the exception of the dertech.
29] Domhnall Deissech, chief anmchara of Erinn, and Conn-na-mbocht
Flannagan Ua Cellaigh, king of Bregh, died on
3] his pilgrimage.
4] The kalends of January on the 2nd feria, the 5th
5] of the moon; the age of the Lord sixty-one years and
6] a thousand.
Muiredhach, grandson of Maelcoluim, airchinnech
7] of Doire, died.
Domhnall Ua Maeldoraidh
8] was slain by Ruaidhri Ua Canannain, in a battle.
9] son of Conghalach, king of Uachtar-thire, in poenitentia
10] mortuus est.
Niall, son of Maelsechlainn, mortuus
A hosting by Aedh Ua Conchobhair to Cenn-coradh,
12] when he demolished the fortress, and filled up the well.
13] Glenn-da-locha was completely burned.
14] The kalends of January on the 3rd feria, the l6th
15] of the moon; the age of the Lord sixty-two years and
16] a thousand.
Ruaidhri Ua Flaithbhertaigh, king of the
17] West of Connacht.
Domhnall Ua Maeldoraidh was slain
18] by Aedh Ua Conchobhair, in battle.
19] Maeldoraidh, comarb of Colum Cille both in Erinn and
20] Alba, quievit.
A predatory expedition by Ardghar
21] Mac Lachlainn into Connacht, when they carried off
22] six thousand cows, and a thousand persons.
23] of Cu-cairrge, royal heir of Fernmhagh, was killed by the
24] son of Niall Ua Ruairc.
25] The kalends of January on the 4th feria, the 27th
26] of the moon; the age of the Lord sixty-three years
27] and a thousand.
Cathal Ua Donnchadha, king of Uí-Echach-Mumhan,
28] was slain.
Cudhuiligh Ua Taidhg,
29] king of Feara-Li; Maelsechlainn Ua Madadhain, royal heir
2] A great coigne by Mac Lachlainn from Glenn-Suiligh
3] westwards to the west of Luighne, and to Muaidh
4] of Uí-Amhalghadha, when the chieftains of Connacht
5] came into his house, with Aedh Ua Conchobhair, and
6] with Aedh, the son of Niall Ua Ruairc, and with the son of
7] Art Ua Ruairc.
The cave of Alla, in Cera, was captured
8] by the Connachtmen, against the people of Aedh
9] Ua Conchobhair, in which one hundred and sixty persons
10] were suffocated.
Niall, son of Eochaidh, chief king of
11] Uladh, died on the ides of November, on a Thursday, and
12] on the 18th of the moon.
13] The kalends of January on the 5th feria, the 9th of
14] the moon; the age of the Lord sixty-four years and
15] a thousand.
Doilghen Ua Sona, airchinnech of Ard-Sratha;
16] the blind Ua Lonain, chief poet of the men of
17] Mumha; Eochaidh Ua Doreidh, airchinnech of Domhnach-mór
18] of Magh-Itha, in Domino dormierunt.
19] Ua Neill, king of Tealach-óg, was slain; by
20] the Uí-Cremthainn occisus est.
Donnchadh, son of Brian
21] Boromha, chief king of Mumha, died in Rome, on his
Diarmaid Ua Lorcain, royal heir of Laighen
23] was slain by the Cenel-Eoghain, in Uladh.
24] Mac Lachlainn, king of Oilech, died at Tealach-óg, et
25] sepultus est in Ard-Macha, in mausoleo regum.
26] king of Britain, was slain by the son of Iacop.
27] king of the foreigners, died.
28] The kalends of January on the 7th feria, the 20th of
29] the moon; the age of the Lord sixty-five years and
30] a thousand.
Dubhthach Albanach, chief anmchara of
31] Erinn and Alba, quievit in Ard-Macha.
32] Mathghamhna, king of Uladh, was slain at Bennchair a
Aedh, grandson of Ualgharg, assumed the kingship
2] of Cenel-Eoghain.
The son of Tadhg Ua Ceallaigh, king
3] of Uí-Maine, and Flaithbhertach Ua Flaithbhertaigh,
4] king of the West of Connacht, occisi sunt by Aedh
5] Ua Conchobhair.
Domhnall Ua Loingsigh, king of
6] Dal-Araidhe, and Muirchertach Ua Maelfabhaill, king
7] of Carraig-Brachaighe, were slain by the Uí-Méth.
8] Leogan, son of Laighnen, king of Luighne, was slain
9] by Conchobhar Ua Maelsechlainn.
10] hAitheidh, king of Uí-Echach, was slain by the
12] The kalends of January on the 1st feria, the 1st of
13] the moon; the age of the Lord sixty-six years and a
Aedh Ua Ruairc, king of Uí-Briuin, mortuus
15] est, immediately after the plundering of the shrine of
Gillabraide, moreover, king of Uí-Briuin, and
17] the son of Senan, king of Gailenga, occisi sunt.
18] nut crop in all Erinn, ut rebellat fluminibus.
19] The kalends of January on the 3rd feria, the 23rd of
20] the moon the age of the Lord sixty-seven years and
21] a thousand.
A hosting by Toirdhelbhach Ua Briain
22] to Loch Cime, on which hosting Ua Conchobhair, king of
23] Ciarraighe-Luachra, was slain.
Cill-dara, with its churches,
24] was entirely burned.
Aedh 'of the gapped spear', son
25] of Tadhg 'of the white steed', son of Cathal, i.e. the
26] high-king of the province of Connacht, and the helmsman
27] of the valour of the Gaeidhel, was slain in the battle of
28] Turlach-Aghna by Aedh, son of Art Uallach Ua Ruairc;
29] and Aedh Ua Concenainn, king of Uí-Diarmada, et alii
1] The kalends of January on the 3rd feria, the 23rd of
2] the moon; the age of the Lord sixty-eight years and a
A memorable defeat was inflicted by Aedh
4] Ua Maelsechlainn on his own brother, viz.:Domhnall,
5] son of Niall, son of Maelsechlainn, king of Oilech, in
6] which Domhnall himself was slain; and this Domhnall,
7] moreover, was usually called Domhnall na mbocht.
8] Ua Briain, royal heir of Mumha, was slain by the
9] men of Teffa. Flaithbhertach, grandson of Ferghal, king
10] of Tealach-óg, was mortally wounded by the Cenel-Binnigh.
11] The kalends of January on the 5th feria, the 4th of
12] the moon; the age of the Lord sixty-nine years and a
Dún-da-lethglas, and Ard-Sratha, and Lusca,
14] and Sord-Choluim-Chille, ab igne dissipatae sunt.
15] Aedha, king of Uí-Fiachrach of Ard-Sratha, mortuus est.
16] The kalends of January on the 6th feria, the l5th of
17] the moon; the age of the Lord seventy years and a
Ua Flaithri, king of Uladh, was dethroned
19] by Ua Maelruanaidh and the Ulidians; but this Ua Maelruanaidh
20] was slain in battle immediately after, by Donnsleibhe
21] Ua hEochadha.
Murchadh, son of Diarmaid,
22] king of Laighen and of the Foreigners, mortuus est, et
23] sepultus est in Ath-cliath.
The abbot of Hi, i.e. the
24] grandson of Baethan, was slain by Mac-in-abaid Ua Maeldoraidh.
25] Termonn-Dabheog was plundered by Ruaidhri
26] O'Canannain, et vindicavit Deus et Dabheog ante plenum
28] The kalends of January on the 7th feria, the 26th of
29] the moon; the age of the Lord seventy-one years and a
Cill-dara, and Glenn-da-locha, and Cluain-Dolcain
31] crematae sunt.
32] The kalends of January on the 1st feria, the 7th of
33] the moon; the age of the Lord seventy-two years and a
Diarmaid, son of Mael-na-mbó, king of Laighen
2] and of the Foreigners, fell in a battle by Conchobhar Ua
3] Maelsechlainn, i.e. king of Temhair, and a slaughter of the
4] Foreigners and Lagenians was committed about him. It
5] was the 7th day of February, and Tuesday the day of
6] the week, on which this battle was fought.
7] king of Eile, was slain by Ua Briain.
8] king of Cenel-Conaill, was slain by Ua Maeldoraidh,
9] i.e. Aenghus.
The French went into Alba, and carried
10] off with them the son of the king of Alba as a hostage.
11] The kalends of January on the 3rd feria, the 18th
12] of the moon; the age of the Lord seventy-three years
13] and a thousand.
Conchobhar Ua Maelsechlainn, king of
14] Temhair, was slain by the son of Flann, son of Maelsechlainn,
15] in profanation of the Bachall-Iosa, baculo praesente.
16] A hosting by Toirdhealbhach into Leth-Chuinn, when
17] he comitted countless depredations in Gailenga, and
18] when he slew Maelmordha Ua Cathusaigh, king of Bregh.
Sitrec, son of Amhlaibh,
19] was slain in Manainn.