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Annála Connacht (Author: [unknown])

Annal 1334


1334 First of January on Saturday and the seventeenth day of the moon, MCCCXXXIV. Fifth year of the Lunar Cycle; second year of the Indiction; tenth year of the Solar Cycle. Common year. B.


A great expedition by all the men of Connacht, both Galls and Gaels, against Mac Conmara in Munster. They exacted hostages and submission from him. A party of their men burnt a church in which were a hundred and eighty people, noble and simple, including two priests, and they were burned.


Ten of the people of Donnchad Riabach son of Maelsechlainn Carrach Mac Diarmata were drowned on Loch Gara.


Tadc son of Cathal son of Domnall O Conchobair died.


Seonacc son of Muirchertach Mor Mac Eochacain, chieftain of Kenaliagh, died on the nineteenth of December.


Donnchad Mac Con Snama, chieftain of Munter Kenny, died.