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The Annals of Ulster (Author: [unknown])

Year U924


Kalends of January
. AD 923 alias 924.


A naval force of the foreigners went on Loch Éirne, and they ravaged the islands of the lake and the surrounding peoples, to and fro. They left Loch Éirne in the summer following.


Foreigners went on Loch Cuan and Mael Dúin son of Aed, heir designate of the Province, fell by them. A great new fleet of the foreigners foundered at Fertas Rudraige, and nine hundred or more were drowned.


Gothfrith, grandson of Ímar, made an expedition from Áth Cliath to Luimnech, and a very large company of his followers were left behind dead with Ailche's son.


Mochta, bishop of Uí Néill and priest of Ard Macha, rested in peace.


Muiredach son of Domnall, tanist-abbot of Ard Macha, and chief steward of the southern Uí Néill, and successor of Buite son of Brónach, chief counsellor of the men of all Brega, both laymen and clerics, departed this life on the fifth day before the Kalends of December 27 Nov..


Mael Mórda son of Congal, superior of Daiminis, rested.