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Chronicon Scotorum (Author: [unknown])

Annal CS810


Anluan son of Conchobar, king of Aidne, dies.

Guaire, abbot of Glenn dá Locha, rested.

Tadc and Flaithnia, two sons of Muirgius, were killed by the Luigni. Devastation of the Luigni by Muirgius.


Annal CS811


Nuadu, abbot of Ard Macha, went to Connacht with Patrick's law and his cáin.

This was a year of prodigies. It was in it the Céle Dé came overseas from the south, dry footed, without a calud, and a written scroll used to be given him from heaven from which he used to instruct the Irish, and it used to be taken up again when the instruction was finished; and the Céle Dé used to go daily overseas southwards after finishing the instruction. It was in it that blood was made of the cakes, and blood would flow from them when being cut. It was in it the birds would speak with human voice.

A slaughter of the heathens by the Ulaid.

Annal CS812


Nuadu of Loch Uama, bishop and abbot of Ard Macha, rested.

A slaugther of the heathens by the men of Umall.

A slaughter of the Conmaicne by the heathens.

A slaughter of the heathens in Mumu i.e. by Cobthach.

The south was plundered by Muirgius son of Tomaltach.

Daire's law promulgated in Connacht.

Annal CS813


A slaughter of the men of Umall by the heathens in which fell Cosrach son of Flannabra and Dúnchad, king of Umall.

Carolus, king of the Franks, and emperor of Europe, rested.

Annal CS814


Eiterscél, bishop and abbot of Glenn Dá Locha, rested.

Fairchellach of Fobar of the Gailenga Móra abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.

Ciarán's law was exalted at Cruachain by Muirgius son of Tomaltach.

Great distress and severe illnesses.