The Age of the World, 3752.
This was the first year of the reign of Eochaidh Mumho, son of Mofebis, over Ireland.
The Age of the World, 3772.
Twenty one years was Eochaidh in the sovereignty of Ireland, when he fell by Aengus Olmucadha, son of Fiacha Labhrainne, in the battle of Cliach.
The Age of the World, 3773.
This was the first year of the reign of Aengus Olmucadha over Ireland.
The Age of the World, 3790.
After Aengus Olmucadha had been eighteen years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he fell in the battle of Carmann, by Enna Airgtheach. It was Aengus that gained the following battles. The battle of Clere; the battle of Cuirce, the battle of Sliabh Cailge, against the Martini, in the territory of Corca Bhaiscinn; the battle of Ros Fraechan, in Muirisc, in which fell Fraechan, the prophet; the battle of Carn Riceadha; the battle of Cuil Ratha, in South Munster; the battle of Sliabh Cua, against the Ernai; the battle of Ard Achadh, in which fell Smiorgall, son of Smeathra, king of the Fomorians; fifty battles against the Cruithean Tuath and the Firbolgs; twelve battles against the Longbardai; and four battles against the Colaisti.
These are the lakes which burst forth in his time: Loch Aenbheithe, in Ui Cremhthainn; Loch Saileach; Loch Na nGasan, in Magh Luirg, in Connaught; and the eruption of the sea between Eabha and Ros Cette.
It was by Aengus also that these plains were cleared: Magh Glinne Decon, in Cinel Conaill;
p.51Magh Mucruimhe, in Connaught; Magh Cuile Cael, in Cinel Boghaine; Magh nOensciath, in Leinster; Aelmhagh, in Calraighe; Mag Arcaill, in Ciarraighe Luachra; and Magh Luachra Deadhaidh.
The Age of the World, 3791.
This was the first year of Enna Airgtheach, as king over Ireland.
The Age of the World, 3817.
After Enna Airgtheach had spent twenty seven years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he fell by Raitheachtaigh, son of Maen, son of Aengus Olmucadha, in the battle of Raighne.
It was by this Enna Airgtheach that silver shields were made at Airget Ros; so that he gave them to the men of Ireland, together with horses and chariots.
The Age of the World, 3818.
This was the first year of Roitheachtaigh, son of Maen, over Ireland.
The Age of the World, 3842.
After Roitheachtaigh had been twenty five years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he fell by Sedna, son of Airtri, at Cruachain.
The Age of the World, 3843.
The first year of the reign of Sedna, son of Airtri, son of Eibhric, son of Emher, son of Ir.
The Age of the World, 3847.
After Sedna had been five years in the sovereignty, he fell by Fiacha Finscothach and Muineamhon, son of Cas Clothach, at Cruachain.