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Chronicon Scotorum (Author: [unknown])

Annal CS684


The mortality of the children.

Death of Maine, abbot of Naendruim.

The battle of Caisel Finnbarr.

Loch nEchach was turned into blood this year.

Annal CS685


A great windstorm and earthquake in the island of Ireland.

The Saxons laid waste Mag Breg, and many churches, in the month of June.

Death of Conall son of Guaire.

The death of Bresal son of Fergus, i.e. king of Coba from disease.

Annal CS686


Domnall Brec son of Eochu fell by Haon king of the Britons in the battle of Sraith Carun.

The killing of Rothachtach and of Dargart son of Finngaine.

Forcron, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

Annal CS687


The killing of Feradach son of Congal.

Repose of Do-Chuma Conon, abbot of Glenn dá Locha.


The falling asleep of Roisténe, abbot of Corcach Mór.

Death of Oiséne, bishop of the monastery of Finntan i.e. Munnu son of Finnguine.

Adamnán brought back sixty former captives to Ireland.

Annal CS688


Repose of Segéne, bishop of Ard Macha.

The slaying of Canu son of Gartnaid.

Fínnechta assumed clerical life.

The battle of Imlech won by Niall son of Cernach Sotal over Conglach son of Conaing, in which fell Dub da Inber, king of Ard Ciannachta, and Uarchride, grandson of Oiséne, king of Conaille. Congalson son of Conaing escaped by flight.