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Annala Uladh: Annals of Ulster otherwise Annala Senait, Annals of Senat (Author: [unknown])

Year U1213


Kalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 5th of the moon, A.D. 1213.


Donnchadh Mac Cana, chief of Cenel-Oenghusa, died.


A foray was made by Gilla Fiachlach Ua Baighill and by a party of the Cenel-Conaill upon the Cenel-Eogain, who were all under the protection of the Cenel-Conaill and of Ua Tairchert in particular. Howbeit, Ua Taircheirt overtook them and his force gave battle to them. However, the Gilla Riabhach Ua Taircheirt, namely, royal chief of Clann-Sneidhghille and Clann-Finghin, is killed in defence of those under his protection.


Druim-Cain with its church was burned by the Cenel-Eogain without permission from the king Ua Neill.


Ferghal Ua Cathain, king of Ciannachta and Firna-craibhe, was killed by the Foreigners.


Domnall Ua Daimin was killed by the sons of Mac Lachlainn at the door of the Monastery of Daire of St. Colum-cille.


(The castle of Cluain-Eois was burned.


Gillibert Mac Coisdealbh was killed in the castle of the Narrow -Water and the castle was also burned at the time.


Donnchadh Ua Eidhin was blinded by Aedh, son of Cathal Red-Hand Ua Conchubair.


The defeat of the Wood of the High Trees was given by Cormac, son of Art Ua Mail-Seachlainn, to the Foreigners.)