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Annal 1305


First of January on Friday and the twenty-eighth day of the moon, A.D. MCCCV. Ninth year of the Solar Cycle; fourteenth year of the Lunar Cycle; third year of the Indiction. Embolismal year. C.


Muirchertach O Conchobair Failgi and Maelmorda his brother, i.e. the Calbach O Conchobair, and twenty-nine of the nobles of their people were killed with hideous treachery by Sir Piarus Mac Feorais at Carbury Castle.


Aed son of Cathal O Conchobair and all the Clan Murtagh defeated the Muinter Raigillig. Here fell Pilip O Raigillig and the heirs of the Clann Suibne and Mac Burrce, captain of the gallowglasses of the country, and a hundred and forty others along with them.


Donnchad O Flaithbertaig, Bishop of Killala, the most chaste and pious bishop of his time, rested.



Toirrdelbach son of Brian Ruad O Briain died.


Matha Oc O Raigillig was killed by the Tellach Dunchada.


Aed Oc O Fergail died this same year.


The new castle in Inishowen was built by the Earl [of Ulster].