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The Metrical Dindshenchas (Author: [unknown])
- Hither came to his death Cloen son of Ingor, a scorpion that was never crushed, the king of Ail Cluaide's grandson (hearken!), who crossed the high seas many a time.
- Cloen son of Ingor, who spent fame, whose home was Alba, rich in horses, was the first man, cheerful of countenance, that came with wealth to Erin.
- Cloen of the hard curved swords, though he ransacked many a chilly coast, his fatal faintness came not on him till he reached Cloenloch.
- Hence men speak everywhere of Cloenlochlet not its name be hidden! a prince that was hacked by spear-play met his death finally here.