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Chronicon Scotorum (Author: [unknown])

Annal CS569

Kalends first feria.

The slaying of Ainmire son of Sétna, by Fergus son of Néilléne, of which was said:


    1. Femhen, when he was king
      Was not an ignoble place;
      To-day, crimson is its aspect
      From Ainmire, son of Senna.

Annal CS570

Kalends second feria.

The killing of Fergus son of Néilléne by Aed son of Ainmire.

Oenu moccu Láigsi, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, i.e. the son of Eógan of the Laigis, having held his abbacy for 36 years, rested.

Annal CS571

Kalends third feria.

Íte of Cluain Credail rested.

Annal CS572

Kalends fourth feria.

Maenu, bishop of Cluain Ferta Brénainn, rested.

The slaying of two descendants of Muiredach i.e. Baetán son of Muirchertach and Echaid Finn son of Domnall, in the third year of their reign. Crónán son of Tigernach, king of the Ciannachta, was their slayer.

Annal CS573

Kalends sixth feria.

The battle of Feimen won by Cormac son of Crimthann, king of Mumu, in which Colmán Bec son of Diarmait was defeated; but he escaped.

Brénainn of Biror died.

The battle of Tola and Fertola i.e. the names of plains between Eile and Osraige and between Cluain Ferta MoLua and Saighir. Fiachra son of Baetán was victor.