Death of Cuiméne the Fair, abbot of Ia, and of Crítán, abbot of Bennchor, and of Mo-Chua son of Cust; and the death of Mael Fothartaig son of Suibne, king of Uí Thuirtri.
Itarnan and Corindu died among the Picts.
The killing of Mael Dúin grandson of Rónán.
Death of Blathmac son of Mael Cobo and the killing of Cuanu son of Cellach.
The sept of Gartnait came back from Ireland.
The killing of Bran Finn son of Mael Fothartaig.
Death of Dúnchad grandson of Rónán.
Death of Oswy son of Aethelfrith, king of the Saxons.
The killing of Sechnusach son of Blamac, king of Temair, at the beginning of winter.
Dub Dúin, king of Cenél Cairpri, killed him.
- Full of bridles, full of horse-switches
Was the house in which Sechnasach used to be;
There was much surplus to the (yard-measure)
In the house in which Blamac's son used to be.
Brann Finn son of Mael Ochtraig died.
Mael Ruba's voyages to Britannia.
The battle of Dúngal son of Mael Tuile, king of Cénel Bógaine; Loingsech was victor and Dúngal fell.
Death of Cumascach son of Rónán.
Cenn Faelad son of Blamac begins to reign.
The killing of Domangart son of Domnall Brec, king of Dál Riata.
The voyage to Ireland of Failbe, abbot of Ia.
Mael Ruba founded the church of Apor Crossán.