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The Annals of Ulster (Author: [unknown])

Year U929


Kalends of January
. AD 928 alias 929.


Tuahtal son of Aenacán, scribe and bisbop of Dam Liac and Lusca, and steward of Patrick's community south of the Mountain, rested, alas, at an immature age.


A fleet on Loch Oirbsen in Connacht.


Céile, successor of Comgall, scribe and anchorite and apostolic doctor of all Ireland, rested happily at Rome on his pilgrimage, on the eighteenth day before the Kalends of October 14 Sept., in the 59th year of his age.

    1. (Thrice nine and nine hundred years
      Are reckoned by clear rules
      Since the year of Christ's birth (a benign occurrence)
      Until the holy death of the cleric Céile.)


An expedition by Donnchad to Liathdruim against Niall's son.

    1. (Let someone tell the brown-haired Donnchad,
      The palisade-like fighter who hews down races,
      Though Liathdruim may lie before him,
      There is an angry fellow there.)