727 The battle of Maistiu among the Laigin themselves, in which the
p.85Uí Dúnlaing defeated the Uí Ceinnselaig, and Laidcnén son of Cú Mella, king of Uí Ceinnselaig, and Oengus son of Fáelchú son of Fáelán, and Cethernach son of Nóe uí Ceallaig fell. Dúnchad was the victor.
727 The battle of Bairenn or of Inis Bregain, between the men of Life, and the men of Cualu and Congal son of Bran. Fáeláin was the victor.
727 Cele Críst fell asleep.
728 Kl. Flann, abbot of Bennchor, rested.
Leo Augustus died.
728 The battle of Druim Corcain between Flaithbertach son of Loingsech and the son of Írgalach, in which Cináed and Eódus son of Ailill and Máel Dúin son of Feradach and Dúnchad son of Cormac fell.
728 The battle of Ailenn between two sons of Murchad son of Bran, namely Fáelán and Dúnchad. Fáelán, the younger, was victor and reigned. Cathal son of Finguine and Cellach son of Fáelchar, king of Osraige, escaped. Dúnchad son of Murchad, king of the Laigin, was killed, but Dúnchad escaped from the battle nevertheless, and lived for a week afterwards. Fáelán took the kingship of the Laigin, and married Dúnchad's wife, Tualaith, daughter of Cathal son of Finguine, king of Munster.
728 Domnall, king of Connacht, died.
?724" In this year Bede composed his great book, that is, in the ninth year of Leo.
729 Kl. Ecbertus, blessed soldier of Christ, rested in Í.
729 Bede stopped in the Chronicle.
730 Kl. The son of Onchu, scribe of Cell Dara, died.
730 Suibne, abbot of Ard Macha, rested.
730 The Foreigner of Lilcach, i.e. Prudens, rested.
730 The son of Cú Chumbu, a learned man of Cluain Moccu Nóis, died.
730 Oengus son of Bécc Bairche died.
730 Cochall Odor the Swarthy, a learned man of Bennchor, died.
730 The battle of Fernmag, in which Cetamun fell.
731 Kl. Colmán úa Littáin, doctor of religion, died.
731 Eochaid son of Colcu, abbot of Ard Macha, died.