The Age of Christ, 467.
The ninth year of Oilioll Molt.
Benent, son of Sescnen, Bishop of Ard Macha Armagh, resigned his spirit.
The Age of Christ, 468.
The eleventh year of Oilioll.
The boxing battle of Bri Ele against the Leinstermen, by Oilioll Molt.
The Age of Christ, 470.
The twelfth year of Oilioll.
The battle of Dumha Aichir against Oilioll Molt, by the Leinstermen.
The Age of Christ, 472.
The fourteenth year of Oilioll.
Toca, son of Aedh, son of Senach, chief of Crioch Cualann, in Leinster, died.
The Age of Christ, 474.
The sixteenth year of Oilioll.
Eirc, son of Eochaidh Muinreamhar, died.
The Age of Christ, 475.
The seventeenth year of Oilioll.
Conall Cremhthoinn, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages, from whom are sprung the Clann Colmain, and race of Aedh Slaine, died.
The Age of Christ, 476.
The eighteenth year of Oilioll.
The battle of Granard by Eochaidh, son of Cairbre, son of Oilioll, son of Dunlaing, son of Enda Niadh, against the King of Leinster, Fraech, son of Finuchadh, son of Garchu, son of Fothadh, son of Eochaidh Lamhdoidh, son of Mesincorb; and Fraech fell therein.
The Age of Christ, 478.
After Oilioll Molt, son of Dathi, son of Fiachra,
p.151had been twenty years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he was slain in the battle of Ocha, by Lughaidh, son of Laeghaire, Muircheartach Mac Earca, Fearghus Cerrbhel, son of Conall Cremththainne, Fiachra, son of Laeghaire, King of Dal Araidhe, and Cremhthann, son of Enna Cennsealach, King of Leinster. It was on this occasion that the Lee and Cairloegh were given to Fiachra as a territorial reward for the battle. It was of this battle Beg Mac De said:
- The great battle of Ocha was fought,
In which many battalions were cut off,
Against Oilioll Molt, son of Nathi,
Who was defeated by the Dal Araidhe.
The Age of Christ, 479.
The first year of Lughaidh, son of Laeghaire, in sovereignty over Ireland.
The Age of Christ, 480.
The second year of Lughaidh.
The battle of Granard, in the land of Leinster, between the Leinstermen themselves, wherein Finnchadh, Lord of Ui Cennsealaigh, was slain by Cairbre.