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Annála Connacht (Author: [unknown])

Annal 1351


First of January on Saturday and the twenty-sixth day of the moon, MCCCLI. Third year of the Lunar Cycle; fourth year of the Indiction; twenty-seventh of the Solar Cycle. Embolismal year. B.


Pilip Mag Uidir died.


Aed son of Toirrdelbach came into the country and exacted the hostages of Connacht, after which he banished Aed son of Fedlim for a year.


Aed O Ruairc was captured on his way from CroaghPatrick, by the son of Pilpin son of William Burke. Fergal Mac Diarmata took the field on account of this capture and a general war sprang up throughout Connacht, and Moylurg was stripped bare in consequence.


A general invitation was issued by Uilliam son of Donnchad Muimnech O Cellaig, at ‘Invitation Christmas’, to the schools of poetry of all Ireland, and they all came right thankfully, both great and lowly.


Mathgamain Mac Con Snama was killed by the sons of Donnchad mac Con Snama.


Eogan Mac Suibne was killed by Magnus O Domnaill this same year.


Enna O Flannacain, chieftain of Toorah, died.