20] The kalends of January on the 4th feria, the 29th of
21] the moon; the age of the Lord seventy-four years and a
Ard-Macha was burned on the Tuesday after
23] May-day; with all its churches and bells, both Rath and
Raghnall Ua Madadhain, royal heir of Oilech,
25] occisus est a suis.
26] The kalends of January on the 5th feria, the 10th of
27] the moon; the age of the Lord seventy-five years and
28] a thousand.
Goffraidh, son of Raghnall, king of Ath-cliath,
29] and Cinaeth Ua Conbhethaidh, i.e. chieftain of
A hosting by Toirdhealbhach
2] and Leth-Mogha into Leth-Chuinn, until they
3] reached Ath-Fhirdheagha, when the Airghialla gained the
4] victory of Ard-Monainn over Muirchertach Ua Briain, in
5] which many were slain.
Donnchadh O'Canannain, king
6] of Cenel-Conaill, occisus est.
Domhnall Mac Murchadha,
7] king of Ath-cliath, died of three nights' disease.
8] The kalends of January on the 6th feria, the 22nd of
9] the moon; the age of the Lord seventy-six years and a
Gillachrist O'Duibhdara, king of Feara-Manach,
11] occisus est, in Daimhinis, by the Feara-Manach.
12] Ua Crichain, king of Uí-Fiachrach of Ard-Sratha,
13] was slain, with a havoc about him, by the Uí-Tuirtre
14] and the Cenel-Binnigh of the valley.
Murchadh, son of
15] Flann Ua Maelsechlainn, king of Temhair during the
16] space of three nights, was slain in the cloicteach of
17] Cenannus by the son of Maelan, king of Gailenga.
18] hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ua Briain to Connacht, when
19] the king of Connacht came into his house, viz.:Ruaidhri
20] Ua Conchobhair.
The victory of Belat was gained by
21] Aedh Ua Maelsechlainn, and by the men of Magh-Itha,
22] over the Cianachta, who were put to slaughter.
23] daughter of Ua Fogartaigh, wife of Toirdhealbhach
24] Ua Briain, died.
25] The kalends of January on the 1st feria, the 2nd of the
26] moon; the age of the Lord seventy-seven years and
27] a thousand.
A hosting by Toirdhealbhach Ua Briain
28] into Uí-Cennselaigh, and he put the son of Domhnall
29] Remhar, king of Uí-Cennselaigh, in chains.
30] of Maelan, i.e. the king of Gailenga, was slain by
31] Maelsechlainn, king of Temhair.
27] Murchadh O'Maelsechlainn
32] was slain by the men of Teffa.
The victory of the
3] The kalends of January on the 2nd feria, the 13th of
4] the moon; the age of the Lord seventy-eight years and
5] a thousand.
Lorcan Ua Briain died.
6] Laighnén, i.e. chief king of Oirghiall, was slain by
7] Ruaidhri Ua Ruadhachan.
Conchobhar, grandson of
8] Brian, king of Telach-óg, and royal heir of Erinn, was
9] slain by the Cenel-Binnigh of the valley.
10] grandson of Tighernan, king of Conmaicne, was slain.
11] Cathal, son of Domhnall, king of Cenel-Enna, was killed
12] by the Cenel-Eoghain of the Island.
13] The kalends of January on the 3rd feria, the 24th of
14] the moon; the age of the Lord seventy-nine years and
15] a thousand.
Ceallach O'Ruanadha, chief poet of Erin,
Cumhidhe, grandson of Lorcan, king of Fernmhagh,
18] The kalends of January on the 4th feria, the 5th of the
19] moon; the age of the Lord eighty years and a thousand.
20] Donn Ua Lethlobhair, king of Fernmhagh, was slain
21] by the Uí-Laithen on Sliabh-Fuaid.
The victory of
22] Ath-Ergail, by the side of Clochar; was gained over the
23] Feara-Manach by Domhnall Mac Lachlainn, and by the
24] men of Magh-Itha, wherein Sitric Ua Caenxhain and the
25] son of Niall Ua Serraigh, et alii multi, were slain.
26] The kalends of January on the 6th feria, the 16th of
27] the moon; the age of the Lord eighty-one years and a
Ua Mathghamhna, king of Uladh, was slain
29] by Donnsleibhe Ua hEochadha, in Dun-da-lethghlas.
30] Corcach, with its churches, and Cill-Dalua, ab igne
31] dissipatae sunt.
32] The kalends of January on the 7th feria, the 27th of
33] the moon; the age of the Lord eighty-two years and a
Gillachrist Ua Maelfhabhaill, king of Carraig-Brachaidhe,
Domhnall, son of Conchobhar Ua
36] Briain, mortuus est.
Cathal, son of Aedh Ua Conchobhair
Flaithbhertach Ua Maelduin, king of Lurg,
3] The kalends of January on the 1st feria, the 9th of the
4] moon; the age of the Lord eighty-three years and a
Domhnall Ua Canannain, king of Cenel
6] Conaill, a suis occisus est.
Aedh Ua Maelsechlainn, king
8] of Oilech, died.
Muirchertach Ua Cairill, airchinnech of
9] Dún, professor of jurisprudence and history, mortuus est.
8] Domhnall Ua Lochlainn assumed the sovereignty of Cenel-Eoghain,
10] and made a royal predatory expedition into
11] Conaille-Muirtheimhne, whence he carried off a great
12] spoil of cattle; and liberal pay was given to the men of
13] Fernmhagh on this expedition.
14] The kalends of January on the 2nd feria, the 20th of
15] the moon; the age of the Lord eighty-four years and a
Donnchadh Ua Maelruanaidh, persecutor
17] ecclesiarum, was slain by the Feara-Luirg.
18] cum suis templis, was burned.
A hosting by
19] Donnsleibhe, king of Uladh, as far as Droichet-atha; and
20] he gave pay to the son of the Caillech Ua Ruairc.
21] predatory expedition by Domhnall Mac Lachlainn, in his
22] Donnsleibhe's absence, into Ulidia, and he carried off a
23] great spoil of cattle.
A hosting by the men of Mumha
24] into Midhe; and it was on that expedition Conchobhar
25] Ua Cedfadha died. And the Conmaicne went into Tuadh-Mumha
26] in their absence, when they burned forts and
27] churches, and carried off great spoils.
The victory of
28] Moin-Cruinnoige by Leth-Mogha, over Donnchadh
29] O'Ruairc; in which fell Ua Ruairc, and Cennedigh
25] O'Briain, et alii plurimi.
Domhnall Ua Gairmleghaigh
31] was slain by Domhnall Mac Lachlainn.
1] The kalends of January on the 4th feria, the 1st of the
2] moon; the age of the Lord eighty-five years and a
Murchadh Ua Maeldoraidh, king of Cenel-Conaill,
4] pillar of dignity, nobility, and hospitality, died
5] in this year.
Domhnall, son of Maelcoluim, king of Alba,
6] mortuus est.
Ualgharg O'Ruairc, royal heir of Connacht,
8] The kalends of January on the 5th feria, the l2th of
9] the moon; the age of the Lord eighty-six years and
10] a thousand.
Maelisa Ua Brolchain, the sage of Erinn
11] in wisdom and in piety, and in the poetry of either language,
12] suum spiritum emisit.
13] king of Erinn, died at Cenn-coradh, after great suffering,
14] and after long penance, and after receiving the body of
15] Christ and His Blood, on the day before the ides of July,
16] in the 77th year of his age.
Tadhg Ua Briain, his son, died
17] before the end of a month afterwards.
The victory of the
18] Crionach was gained over Maelsechlainn, by the Lagenians
19] and by the Foreigners, in which fell Maelciarain Ua
20] Cathusaigh, king of Bregh, et alii multi.
A victory by
21] the Airthera over the Uí-Echach, in which Domhnall Ua
22] hAitheidh was slain.
23] The kalends of January on the 6th feria, the 23rd of
24] the moon; the age of the Lord eighty-seven years
25] and a thousand.
Domhnall Mac Gillapatraic, king of
26] Osraighe, died.
Maelsechlainn, son of Conchobhar, king
27] of Temhair, was slain by the men of Tethfa, in treachery.
28] Domhnall Ua Laithen was slain by Domhnall Mac Lachlainn.
29] The battle of Conachail, in the territory of Corann,
30] was gained by Ruaidhri 'of the yellow hound,' son of
31] Aedh 'of the gapped spear,' over Aedh, son of Art
32] Uallach Ua Ruairc, king of Connacht and Conmaicne.
33] Moreover, Aedh, son of Art Ua Ruairc, was slain; and the
2] est hoc anno Toirdhealbhach Ua Conchobhair.
3] The kalends of January on the 7th feria, the 4th of
4] the moon; the age of the Lord eighty-eight years and a
A hosting by Domhnall Mac Lachlainn, i.e.
6] the king of Uladh, into Connacht; and Ruaidhri Ua Conchobhair
7] came to meet him; and they both went to
8] Mumha, when they burned Cenn-coradh, and Luimnech,
9] and the Machaire as far as Dun-Aiched; and they brought
10] with them the head of the son of Cailech Ua Ruairc.
11] great slaughter was inflicted on the Foreigners of Ath-cliath,
12] and Port-Lairge, and Loch Carman, by the Uí-Echach-Mumhan,
13] on the day on which they resolved to plunder
Maelisa Ua Maelgeric, poet of Erinn, died.
15] The kalends of January on the 2nd feria, the 15th of
16] the moon; the age of the Lord eighty-nine years and a
Lusca was burned, and nine score persons were
18] burned in its stone-church, by the men of Mumha.
19] was burned in hoc anno.
Donnchadh, son of
20] Domhnall Remhar, king of Laighen, a suis occisus est.
21] Donnchadh Mac Gillapatraic, king of Osraighe, occisus est.
22] The kalends of January on the 3rd feria, the 26th of
23] the moon; the age of the Lord ninety years and a thousand.
24] A convention between Domhnall Mac Lachlainn, and
25] Muirchertach O'Briain, king of Caisel, and the son of
26] Flann Ua Maelsechlainn, king of Temhair; and they
27] delivered all their hostages and pledges to the king of
28] Oilech, i.e. Domhnall Mac Lachlainn.
29] The kalends of Jannary on the 4th feria, the 7th of the
30] moon; the age of the Lord ninety-one years and a thousand.
31] Murchadh, son of Domhnall Remhar, was slain in
32] treachery by Enna, son of Diarmaid.
The southern half
2] Ua hEochadha was slain by the son of Mac Lachlainn,
3] i.e. the king of Oilech, at Bél-ghuirt-an-iobhair, in battle.
4] Maelisa comarb of Patrick, on the 5th of the kalends of
5] January, in poenitentia quievit.
The son of Aedh, son
6] of Ruaidhri, king of the West of Connacht, mortuus est.
7] A sappy, plentiful year, of good weather, was this year.
8] The kalends of January on the 5th feria, the 18th of
9] the moon; the age of the Lord ninety-two years and a
Cluain-mic-Nois was devastated by the men of
Ruaidhri Ua Conchobhair, chief king of Connacht,
12] was blinded in treachery by Ua Flaithbhertaigh,
13] king of the West of Connacht.
Muiredhach Mac Carthaigh,
14] king of Eoghanacht-Caisil, mortuus est.
The Rath of
15] Ard-Macha together with its churches, was burned on the
16] kalends of September, and a row of Trian-mor, and a
17] row of Trian-Saxan.
The Devotee Ua Fallamhain was
18] drowned in Loch Cairgin, through the malediction of
19] Ruaidhri Ua Conchobhair.
Ab Incarnatione Domini to
20] the blinding of Ruaidhri fluxerunt anni m.xcii; ab initio
21] mundi, ui millia, cc.xc.i.
22] The kalends of January on the 7th feria, the 29th of
23] the moon; the age of the Lord ninety-three years and a
Aedh O'Baighellain, king of Fernmhagh, died.
25] Aedh, son of Cathal Ua Conchobhair, royal heir of Connacht,
26] omnes occisi sunt.
The Síl-Muireghaigh were
27] expelled from Connacht by Muirchertach O'Briain.
28] Ua Canannain, king of Cenel-Conaill, was blinded by
29] Domhnall Mac Lachlainn, king of Oilech.
30] son of Donnchadh, chief king of Alba, and Edward his
His queen, moreover, i.e. Margareta, died of
3] grief for him before the end of a nomaid.
4] appeared again in Connacht, without permission.
5] Great fruit in hoc anno.