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The Annals of Ulster (Author: [unknown])

Year U1200


Kalends of Jan. on 7th feria, 12th of the moon, A.D. 1200.


Mael-Isu, son of Gilla-Erain, herenagh of Cell-mor of Ui-Niallain and successor designate of Patrick, rested in peace.


The Foreigners of Ulidia made three forays into Tir-Eogain and the third foray they made, they made a camp at Domnach-mor of Magh-Imclair. They sent a large foray [party] abroad. Aedh Ua Neill came to rescue the prey, until himself and the Foreigners met and defeat was inflicted upon the Foreigners and countless slaughter was put upon them and they stole away in the night, until they went past Tuaim.


The saintly Maurice Ua Baetain rested in peace in I[ona] of Colum-cille.


A foray by Ruaidhri Mac Duinnsleibhe [Ua Eochadha] with some of the Foreigners of Meath, so that they pillaged the Monastery of Paul and Peter [in Armagh] until they left not therein but one cow.


Radub Mac Raedig, chief of Cenel-Oenghusa, was killed by the


Foreigners on a foray in Aenarca-Cein.


Roland, son of Uchtrach, king of the Foreign-Irish, rested in peace.


(Donnchadh of Uaithne, son of Ruaidhri Ua Conchubhair, was killed by the Saxons that were in Limerick.)