1268 First of January on Sunday and the eleventh day of the moon, A.D. MCCLXVIII. Twenty-eighth year of the Solar Cycle; fifteenth year of the Lunar Cycle; eleventh year of the Indiction. Common year. AG.
Conchobar O Briain, king of Thomond, was killed with his son Seoinin, his daughter and her son by Ruaidri O Grada, Dublochlann O Lochlainn, Tomas O Beollain and many other men and women not enumerated here, by Diarmait son of Muirchertach O Briain, who, as he deserved, was killed at once therefor.
Amlaib O Fergail was guilefully slain by the Galls.
Magnus Mag Oirechtaig, chieftain of Clann Tomaltaig, rested.
Ragnailt, daughter of O Conchobair and wife of Cathal O Matadain, rested.
Muiris Ruad Mac Gerailt was drowned in the Irish Sea, with all the crew of the ship, as he was coming from the King of England.
Charles, the Roman Emperor, was killed by the Saracens while fighting for Christendom.
Aed son of Conchobar O Flaithbertaig, Official of Annadown, [died].
Toirrdelbach Oc son of Aed son of Fedlim mac Cathail Chrobdeirg, fosterling of the Ui Briuin, rested.
The Galls of Ireland challenged Aed O Conchobair to meet them at Athlone. He assembled an army to oppose them and defeated them in the Faes, where many of them were killed.
Domnall son of Tadc O Mannachain and ten of his people were killed by Tadc O Flannacain and Gilla Crist O Birn on the twenty-sixth of December.
Fergal O Mailmuaid, king of Fir Cell, was killed by the Galls.
Maelsechlainn Mac Cochlain was killed by the Galls.
Dubgall son of Ruaidri [Mac Somurli], king of Argyle, rested in Christ.
Domnall O Grada, chieftain of Kinel Donnaly, died.
Lochlainn son of Diarmait O Conchobair was killed by David Aulb and the Ui Cinaetha. They lost their lives at once in return.
Diarmait son of the Ex-cleric O Briain died.
Mathgamain O Briain was captured and mutilated by Brian Ruad O Briain to avenge his father.
Conchobar O Cellaig, king of Ui Maine, died.
Aengus O Dalaig, a noted poet and keeper of a guesthouse, rested.