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Annal CS484

Kal. iii. A.D.484

Criomthann, son of Enna Cennsealach, King of Laighen, mortally wounded by Eochaidh Guinech of the Ibh Bairrche, and by the men of Aradh Cliach.

First battle of Graine, in which Muircertach Mac Erca was the victor.

Another battle was fought, at Graine, in the land of Laighen, between the Lagenians themselves, in which Finnchadh, King of Ui Cennsealaigh, fell, and Eochaidh Mac Coirpre was the victor.

Annal CS485

Kal. v. A.D.485

Quies of Bishop Mael at Ard Curadh.

Annal CS486

Kal. v. A.D.486

Quies of Saint Cianan of Damhliag, on whom Patrick bestowed his Gospel.

Annal CS487

Kal. vii. A.D.487

Quies of Bishop Mac Caille.

The battle of Cill Osnaigh in Magh Fea, in which fell Aengus Mac Nathfraeich, King of Mumhan, and his wife, i.e. Eithne the hateful, daughter of Criomthann, son of Enna Cennsealach. Iollann, son of Dunlaing, and Oilill, his brother, and Eochaidh Guinech, and Muircertach Mac Erca, King of Ailech, were victors, as was said:—

    1. A branch of the great spreading tree died—
      Aengus the praiseworthy, son of Nathfraeich;
      His head was left with Iollann,
      In the battle of foul Cill-Osnaigh.

Annal CS488