The Age of Christ, 286.
The first year of the reign of Fiacha Sraibhtine over Ireland.
The Age of Christ, 291.
The sixth year of Fiacha in the sovereignty.
The battle of Duibhlinn was fought by Fiacha against the Leinstermen; three battles at Sliabh Toadh; the battle of Smear; and also the battle of Ciarmhagh, by Fiacha Sraibhtine.
The Age of Christ, 322.
Fiacha Sraibhtine, after having been thirty seven years as king over Ireland, was slain by the Collas, in the battle of Dubhchomar, in Crioch Rois, in Breagh.
The Age of Christ, 323.
The first year of Colla Uais, son of Eochaidh Doimhlen, as king over Ireland.
The Age of Christ, 326.
The fourth year of Colla Uais, in the sovereignty of Ireland, when Muireadhach Tireach expelled him and his brothers into Alba Scotland with three hundred along with them.
The Age of Christ, 327.
The first year of Muireadhach Tireach in the sovereignty of Ireland.
At the end of this year the three Collas came to Ireland; and there lived not of their forces but thrice nine persons only. They then went to Muireadhach, having been instructed by a druid. And they scolded at him, and expressed evil words, that he might kill them, and that it might be on him the curse of the finghal should alight. As he did not oppose them, they tarried with him, and were faithful to him.
The Age of Christ, 331.
The fifth year of Muireadhach.
The battle of Achadh Leithdheirg, in Fearnmhagh, was fought by the three Collas against the Ulstermen, in which fell Fearghus Fogha, son of Fraechar Foirtriun, the last king of Ulster, who resided at Eamhain. They afterwards burned Eamhain, and the Ulstermen did not dwell therein since. They also took from the Ulstermen that part of the province extending from the Righe and Loch nEathach westwards. Colla Meann fell in this battle.
The Age of Christ, 356.
After Muireadhach Tireach had been thirty years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he was slain by Caelbhadh, son of Crunn, King of Uladh, at Portrigh, over Dabhall.
The Age of Christ, 357.
After Caelbhadh, son of Crunn Badhrai, had been one year in the sovereignty of Ireland, he was slain by Eochaidh Muighmheadhoin.
The Age of Christ, 358.
The first year of Eochaidh Muighmheadhoin in sovereignty over Ireland.