The battle of Cúil Conaire, wherein fell Ailill the Womanly, king of Connacht, and Aodh the Prevailing, his brother. Fergus and Domnall, two sons of Mac Erca, were victors.
Duach Tenga Uma son of Fergus, king of Connacht.
A great mortality, that is, the crom conaill or the buide conaill in which these saints rested, to wit, Findia, greatgrandson of Telldub, and Colom son of Crimthann, and Colam of Inis Celtra and Sinell son of Cenannan, abbot of Cell Achaid Drumfhota, and Mac Táil of Cell Culinn, whose name is Eogan son of Corcran.
The battle of Cuillne, wherein fell the Corco Oichi of Munster through the prayer of my Ite of Cluain Credail.
The death of Fothad son of Conall.
The death of Eochaid son of Connla, king of Ulaid, from whom the Uí Eachach of Ulaid descend.
Ailill, king of Leinster, died.
Death of Becc mac Dé the prophet.
Death of Crimthann son of Briun.
Fergna son of Oengus, king of Ulaid.
Cairbre son of Cormac, king of Leinster.
The birth of My Lua, grandgrandson of Oche.
The plage which is called Samtrusc.
Cathbudh son of Fergus, bishop of Achad Cáin, died in the hundred and fifteenth year of his age.
Uigilius pope of the Roman nation, fell in 11 years and 18 days, and was buried in the basilica of blessed Peter.
The birth of Coeman of Liath.
Duach Tenga Uma, king of Connacht, died.
The battle of Druim Cleithe wherein Ferdia, grandson of Fidbad, king of Ulaid, fell by Deman son of Cairell and by the Uí Echach of the Ard.
Eochaid Dryflesh, king of connacht.
Neasan the leprous paused.
Murder of Colman the Great, son of Diarmaid, in his chariot,
p.142by Dubslait grandson of Tren, of the Picts.
The church of Bennchar was founded.
Aodh son of Eachach Tirmcharna, king of Connacht.
Brénainn founded the church of Clonfert.
- Since Ellta's great grandson took it,
Brendan with all his perfections,
If it be not the better, it is not the worse,
From that to this Clonfert.
Perhaps a mistaken Kl.
The last Assembly of Tara by Diarmaid son of Cearball.
The death of Gabrán son of Domangort, king of Alba.
Flaigh of the Scots before Bruide son of Maelchon, king of the Picts.
The death of Curnán son of Aodh son of Eochaidh Tirmcarna, by Diarmaid son of Cearball while under Columcill's protection, and that is one of the causes of the battle of Cúil Dremne.
The battle of Cúil Dremne gained over Diarmaid son of Cerball. Forgus and Domnall, two sons of Muircheartach mac Erca and Ainmire son of Setna, and Ninnid and Duach and Aodh, son of Eochaidh Dryflesh, king of Connacht, were victors through the prayer of Columcill, who said:
- O God,
Why keepest though not the mist off from us,
if perchance we may reckon the number
of the host that deprives us of judgments.
- A host that marches around a cairn,
'Tis a son of storm that betrays them.
He is my druid that denies me not,
The Son of God it is who will work with me.
- Beautiful it makes the onset,
Baetán's steed before the host,
It seems good to Baetán of the yellow hair,
It will bear its burden upon it.
Fraechán son of Teniusán, it is he that made the druid's fence for Diarmaid. Tuatán son of Dimmán son of Sarán son of Cormac son of Eoghan, it is he that overturned the druid's fence. Maiglinde went across it, and he alone was slain.
The battle of Cúil Uinsenn in Tebtha, gained over Diarmaid son of Cearbhall by Aodh son of Brénann, king of Tebtha, in which Diarmaid took to flight.
The navigation of Columcill to the island of Ie in the 45th year of his age.
The battle of Móin Daire Laothair gained over the Picts by the Uí Néill of the north, wherein fell seven Pictish kings, including Aodh Brecc. Baetán son of Conn, with two Picts fought it against the Picts, and the Kindred of Eogan and of Conall fought.it, hired by the recompense of the Lea and Ard Eolairg. Whereof Cennfaelad sang:
- Weapons stretched, men stretched,
On the red bog of Daire Lothair,
Cause of an unjust partition,
Seven Pictish kings with Aodh Brecc.
- The battle of all the Picts is fought,
And Elne is burned;
Fought is the battle of Gabra Life
And the battle of Cúil Dremne.
- They took away hostages after conflict,
Thence, westward, together with a ... gathering,
Fergus, Domnall, Ainmire,
And Nindid son of Dua.
- Mac Erca's two sons turned
To meet the same battle
And the king Ainmire
Died in the possessions of Setna.
Aodhan hua Fiachrach died.
K. i.Molaissi of Devenish died.
Cairpre son of Cormac, king of Leinster, died.
Justin the minor ruled for 11 years.
Natris patricius overcame Totilam king of the Goths in Italy and killed him, who thereafter through the envy of Romans for whom many worked against the Goths, accused to Justin and his wife Sophia that he would ruin Italy by his service, he departed to Naples of Campania and wrote to the people of Lombary to come and possess.
Colmán Mór son of Cairpre, king of Leinster.
Diarmaid son of Cearbhall was killed in Ráth Bec in Magh Line by Aodh Dubh son of Suibne Araidhe, king of Ulster, and his head was taken to Cluain and his body was buried in Connere. To whom two sons of Mac Earca succeeded i.e. Forgus and Domnall.
In this year the Muirgelt was taken on the strand of Ollarba in the net of Beóán son of Indle, namely Airiu daughter of Eochaid son of Muirid. Beoan son of Indle, St Comgall of Bennchor's fisherman, caughter her.
The rest of Brenann of Biorra, as others say.
The battle of Cruinde.
The battle of Gabra Life gained over Leinster by Fergus and Domnall, two sons of Muircheartach son of Erc:
- The battle of Gabra,
And the battle of Duma Achair:
In each of them died a wondrous man,
Colcu and his father.
- The battle of Gabra,
Was not a battle of folks that do not fight:
Twenty died by Faelán,
From Ailill twenty score.
The death of Domnall son of Muircheartach son of Erc to who succeeded Ainmire son of Setna.
Death of Daimíne son of Cairbre Damargait.
John, of Roman nation, sat for 12 years eleven month and 23 days. He is buried in the basilica of blessed Peter the apostle.
The death of Deman son of Cairell king of Ulaid by the shepherds of Bairenn
Baedan son of Cairell, the king of Ulster.