Cattle suffered a great plague, with snow and diseases.
Fer Gráidh son of Cléirech, king of Caisel, was killed by his own people.
There was a raid by Flaithbertach son of Concobor, king of Ailech, into Dál nAraide, and he plundered Coindere, and the Ulaid overtook them and he was killed there with his two brothers, i.e. Tadc and Conn.
Illulbh, king of Alba, dies.
Óengus ua Maíldoraidh, king of Cenél Conaill, was slain.
Mugrón ua Maílmuaidh, king of Fir Cell, dies.
Gothfrith son of Amlaíb dies.
Caíncomrac grandson of Curán, superior of the monastery of Tigernach, of Cluain Eois, a wise bishop, rested.
Ships were brought by Domnall son of Muirchertach from Daball over Sliab Fuait to Loch nAinninn, which had not previously been done.
Éicnech son of Dálach, king of Airgialla, and his son were killed by his kinsman, by Murchad, and he himself was promptly killed by ua Canannáin.
The mortal wounding of Donnchad son of Cellachán, king of Caisel.
Fergal grandson of Ruarc was in the kingship of Connacht, and inflicted the defeat of Catinnche on the Munstermen, and Dál Cais was plundered by him.
Cell Dara was plundered by the foreigners of Áth Cliath and by Amlaíb son of Sitric.
Muirenn granddaughter of Colmán, abbess of Cell Dara, rested.
Great scarcity and cold and dearth of corn.
Muirchertach son of Canannán, king of Cenél Conaill, was slain by his own people.
Dub Scuile son of Cinaed, successor of Colum Cille, rested.
Muirchertach son of Congalach son of Mael Mithig was lamentably killed by his own brother, i.e. by Domnall.
Mael Ruanaidh grandson of Éicnecháin, king of Cenél Conaill, was killed by his own people.
Domnall son of Bécc, king of Tebtha, was killed.