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The Annals of Ulster (Author: [unknown])

Year U912


Kalends of January
. AD 911 alias 912.


Flann son of Mac Luigi, superior of Corcach, fell asleep.


Mael Brigte son of Mael Domnaig, superior of Les Mór, rested in Christ.


Cernachán son of Duiligén, heir designate of Int Airthir, was put to death in Loch Cirr(?).


Muiredach son of Cormac, superior of Druim Inasclainn, and Gairbíth son of Mael Mórda, heir designate of Conaille, were done to death by fire in the refectory of Druim Inasclainn.

    1. (Muiredach,
      Why do you not lament him, friends?
      His death is good cause for a general mortality,
      It is as a cloud reaching to the saints of heaven.
    2. This distinguished man is a great loss,
      Cormac's son of pre-eminent goodliness,
      The magnificent jewel of choice
      Who was the light of every musical company.)


Sochlachán son of Diarmait, king of Uí Maini, ended his life in religion.


Cléirchén son of Murchad, king of Uí Briúin Seóla, and Muiredach son of Mugrón, chief of Clann Cathail, die.


Many houses were burned in the close of Ard Macha through carelessness.


A dark and rainy year. A comet appeared.