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The Annals of Ulster (Author: [unknown])

Year U1102


Kalends of January fourth feria, ninth of the moon. AD 1102.


Sord of Colum Cille was burned.


Donnchadh son of Echrí ua Aitidh, heir designate of Uí Echach, was killed by the Ulaid, i.e. in the fifth month after outraging Patrick.


Domnall son of Tigernán ua Ruairc, king of Conmaicne, was killed by the Conmaicne themselves.


Cú Maigi ua Cairill, superior of Dún, died.


Flaithbertach son of Fothad, king of the Uí Fhiachrach of Ard Sratha, was killed by the men of Lurg.


An expedition was made by the Cenél Eógain to Magh Coba. The Ulaid went at night into the encampment and killed Sitriuc ua Maelfabhaill, king of Carraic Brachaidhe, and Sitriuc son of Conrí son of Eogan and others.


Magnus, king of Lochlann, came with a great fleet to Man, and a year's peace was made by them and the men of Ireland.


The hostages of the men of Ireland were handed over to Domnall, successor of Patrick, as surety for a year's peace between ua Briain, i.e. Muirchertach, and ua Lochlainn, i.e. Domnall, etc.



Muiredach ua Círdubán, superior of Lugbadh, was killed by the men of Mide also.


Ros Ailithir, i.e. with its superior, was plundered by the Uí Echach to avenge the killing of ua Donnchada, i.e. mac na hErluime.


Caisel was burned by the Éile.


Mugrón ua Morghair, chief lector of Ard Macha and of all western Europe, ended his life happily in the presence of many witnesses, on the third of the Nones 5th of October, i.e. at Mungairit.