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Chronicon Scotorum (Author: [unknown])

Annal CS504


Annal CS505

K. A.D.505

The battle of Fremhain, in Midhe, gained over Fiachaidh, son of Niall, by Foilge Berraidhe; of which was said:—

    1. The other king they mention,
      Fiachaidh, son of Niall, they deny not;
      Over him, against a false prophecy,
      The battle of Slemhain of Midhe, was won.

Annal CS506

Kal. iii.

Annal CS507

Kal. iv. A.D.507

Death of Lughaidh, son of Laeghaire, King of Temhair, in Achadh Farcha. He was struck on the head with lightning from heaven, for denying Patrick.

Annal CS508

Kal. iii. A.D.508

Muircertach Mac Earca begins to reign.

Mac Cnissi, i.e. Aengus, Bishop of Condere, quievit; whose father was called Fobraech; and whose mother was Cnes, daughter of Comaide, of the Dál Ceithire, from whom he was named Mac Cnisi.