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Chronicon Scotorum (Author: [unknown])

Annal CS1045


Flaithbertach ua Cananáin, king of Cenél Conaill, dies.

Cluain Ferta Brénainn was burned by the Uí Maine and Cú Chonnacht son of Gadra ua Dúnadaigh was killed.

Amalgaid son of Flann, king of Calraige, died of an unidentified disease within three days of inflicting a forced billetting on Cluain moccu Nóis.


Annal CS1046


Art ua Ruairc king of Connacht was killed by Cenél Conaill in the second year after plundering Cluain moccu Nóis.

Fergal ua Ciardha, king of Coirpre, was killed by the men of Tebtha.

Gormlaith daughter of Mael Sechnaill rested.

Maelruanaidh Got was killed.

Annal CS1047


Great snow in this year the like of which was not previously experienced.

Great famine came in Ulaid so that they left their territory and went into Laigin and it is from violating protection that famine came i.e. treachery was played on the two sons of Bran son of Mael Mórdha by the son of Eochaidh and the nobles of Ulaid when they were sureties for them, and it is on the son of Mael na mbó the Ulaid played that treachery.

Niall ua Ruairc was killed by Aed ua Conchobuir in Corann.

Cethernach, a bishop from Tech Collainn, died.

Ua Baillen, bishop of Ros Cré, rested.

The son of Donnchad Got, heir designate of Temair, rested.

Ua Eidin, king of Uí Fhiachrach Aidne, rested.

Annal CS1048


Céle, bishop of Ardachad, rested.

An army was led by Donnchad son of Brian through Mide and Brega to the foreigners and the Laigin, and he took hostages from the son of Mael na mbó and his due from the foreigners.

Fergal ua Maílmuaid, king of Fir Cell, died.

Cennfaeladh ua Cuill, ollamh of Mumu, dies.

Gilla Coluim grandson of Eicnech, overking of Airgialla,rested.

Mael Fabaill ua Eidhin, king of Uí Fhiachrach Aidne, rested.

An army was led by the son of Eochaidh and by the son of Mael na mbó into Mide, and they burned almost all the churches of the men of Mide.

This is the last year of the 5000 according to the Hebrew truth.

Annal CS1049


Amalgaidh, successor of Pátraic, rested.

Aneslis son of Domnall, king of Corco Baiscinn, was killed by the son of Asith son of Domnall.


An army was led by the son of Brian to Mag Airb and he took the hostages of Laigin and Osraige.

All Ros Comáin, both stone church and reclés, was burned by the men of Bréifne.