688 Cano son of Gartnán died.
685 Emperor Constantinus died.
689 Kl. The slaying of Diarmait of Mide son of Airmedach Cáech 'One-Eyed', of whom a woman-satirist at Oenach Taillten sang:
this was the apple of a golden apple-tree,
the king of the great sea, son of the one-eyed man.
690 Kl. The repose of Beccán, abbot of Cluain Iraird.
690 Gnáthnat, abbess of Cell Dara, died.
690 The slaying of Congal son of Máel Dúin son of Áed Bennán, king of Munster.
690 Justinianus Minor reigned for ten years.
691 Kl. Cronán moccu Cualna, abbot of Bennchor, rested.
691 Fidchellach son of Flann, king of Uí Maine, died.
690 Ailill son of Dúngal, king of the Cruithne, died.
692 Kl. Adamnán came to Ireland in the fourteenth year after the death of Failbe, abbot of Í.
692 Fergus son of Áedán, king of the Province Ulaid, died.
693 The slaying of Fáelchar, king of Osraige.
693 The slaying of Cenn Fáelad son of Máel Bresail by the Laigin.
693 Kl. Bruide son of Bile, king of Foirtriu, died.
693 The remission of the Bóroma by Fínnachta to MoLing, after it had been taken by forty kings; wbence was said:
We omit the rest.
- There were forty kings
by whom the Bóroma was levied,
from the time of Tuathal of Tlachtga
until the exact time of Fínnachta.
680 The death of Fiannamail son of Máel Tuili, king of the Laigin. Fochsechán of his own household killed him. Thus MoLing sang:
- When Fínnachta sbouted,
At them, comrades all!
that the son of Máel Tuili were alive.
680 Kl. Bran son of Conall begins to reign over the Laigin.
694 Crónán Abacc 'the Dwarf', abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, died.
694 Crónán of Balla rested.