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The Annals of Ulster (Author: [unknown])

Year U913


Kalends of January
. AD 912 alias 913.


Tipraite son of Mael Finn, superior of Imlech Ibuir, Mael Muire, daughter of Cinaed, son of Ailpín, and Ethelwald, king of the Saxons of the North, die.


Congalach son of Gairbith, king of Conaille, was killed in the ninth month after he had sacked the abbot's house in Druim Inasclainn and killed the son of Mael Mórda and Muiredach son of Cormac, superior of Druim Inasclainn.


Cuilennán son of Mael Brigte dies at the end of this same year.


Donnchad grandson of Mael Sechnaill and Mael Mithig son of Flannacán inflicted a battle-rout on Fogartach son of Tolarg, king of southern Brega, and Lorcán son of Donnchad and the Laigin, and they left behind many, both dead and prisoners.


The heathens inflicted a battle-rout on the crew of a new fleet of the Ulaid, on the coast of England, and many fell, including Cumuscach son of Mael Mocheirgi, son of the king of Leth Cathail.


Niall son of Aed led an expedition to Connacht and inflicted a battle-rout on the warriors of the north of Connacht, i.e. on the Uí Amalgada and the men of Umall, and they left behind a very large number either dead or captured, including Mael Cluiche son of Conchobor.


A dark and rainy year.


Mael Brigte son of Tornán went to Mumu to ransom a Welsh pilgrim.