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Chronicon Scotorum (Author: [unknown])

Annal CS564

Kalends. Molaisi of Daiminis rested.

Annal CS565


The slaying of Diarmait son of Cerball at Ráith Bec i.e. by Aed Dub son of Suibne Araide, i.e. king of Ulaid, and his head was brought to Cluain moccu Nóis and buried there and his body was buried in Coindire; and the two sons of mac Erca, Forgus and Domnall, succeeded him.

In this year the muirgeilt was captured, i.e. Lí Ban daughter of Eochu son of Muiredhach on the strand of Ollobra in the net of Baedán son of Innle, i.e. the fisherman of Comgall of Bennchor.

Repose of Brénainn of Biror, as some say.

Annal CS566

Kalends fourth feria.

The battle of Gabair Liphi against the Laigin. Forgus and Domnall were victors.

The death of Domnall son of Muirchertach mac Erca, to whom succeeded Ainmire son of Sétna.

The death of Daimine son of Cairpre Damargait.

Annal CS567

Kalends third feria.

Annal CS568


The killing of Demán son of Cairell by the shepherds of Barrinne {Bairenn?}