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Chronicon Scotorum (Author: [unknown])

Annal CS609

Kalends first feria.

The killing of Sechnusach son of Garbán, king of Cenél Bógaine, by Domnall son of Aed.

The repose of Lugaid moccu Óchae.


Annal CS610

Kalends fifth feria.

Death of Aed son of Colgu, king of Ind Airther, on pilgrimage in Cluain moccu Nóis, of which was said:

    1. There was a time
      When Loch-dha-damh was a linn of splendour;
      It was not the Loch that was splendid,
      But the Prince Aedh, son of Colgan.
    2. I care not, since he lives not—
      The friend who loved me—
      Whoso places a brillant house
      On the island of Loch-dha-damh.

Death of Sillán moccu Minn, abbot of Bennchor, and the death of Aedán, the anchorite.

The death of Mael Umai son of Baetán.

Annal CS611


The army of Ulaid was struck by terrible thunder in Bairche.

Death of Mael Dúin son of Ailéne, king of Mugdorna.

Repose of Colmán moccu Selli, of Lann Ela, in the 56th year of his age.

Annal CS612

Kalends fifth feria.

Death of Aed Allán son of Domnall, king of Temair, i.e. Aed Uairidneach.

The battle of Odba, won by Óengus son of Colmán, in which Conall Laeg Breg son of Aed Sláine fell, as it was said:

    1. The whitethorn on the summit of Odhba,
      Though sharp darts it throws not,
      Lawful for it that its aspect should be evil—
      There was a great head in its mouth.

Mael Coba begins to reign.

Annal CS613


Repose of Finntan of Aentrab, abbot of Bennchor.

Death of Colmán Uathach.