The Age of the World, 4020.
This was the first year of the reign of Sirna, son of Dian, son of Deman, in the sovereignty of Ireland. It was this Sirna, son of Dian, that wrested the government of Teamhair Tara from the Ulta, i.e. the race of Ir. It was he, too, that revenged upon them the death of Roitheachtaigh mac Main, whom they had slain at Cruachain; so that Bearnghal, son of Gedhe Ollghothach, and Oilioll, son of Slanoll, fell by him.
The Age of the World, 4169.
Sirna Saeghlach, son of Dian, after having been a century and a half in the sovereignty of Ireland fell by Roitheachtaigh, son of Roan, at Aillinn. This was the Sirna who gained the battle of Aircealtair over the Ultonians; the two battles of Sliabh Airbhreach; the battle of Ceann Duin, in Assal; the battle of Moin Foichnigh, in Ui Failghe, over the Martini and Ernai; the battle of Luachair; the battle of Claire; the battle of Samhain; the battle of Cnoc Ochair. An attack was made by him on the Fomorians, in the territory of Meath. It was by him, moreover, was fought the battle of Moin Troghaidhe, in Ciannachta, when Lughair, son of Lughaidh, of the race of Emhear, had brought in a force of Fomorians into Ireland, with their king, Ceasarn by name. Sirna drew the men of Ireland to make battle against them to Moin Trogaidhe. As they were fighting the battle a plague was sent upon them, of which Lughair and Ceasarn perished, with their people, and a countless number of the men of Ireland along with them.
It was in the time of Sirna, also, happened the eruption of the Scirtach, in Leinster; of the Doailt, in Crich Rois; of the Nith, in Magh Muirtheimhne; of the Leamhain, in Munster; and of the Slaine, in Ui Creamhthainn.
The Age of the World, 4170.
This was the first year of the reign of Roitheachtaigh, son of Roan, over Ireland.
The Age of the World, 4176.
After Roitheachtaigh had been seven years in the sovereignty of Ireland, lightning burned him at Dun Sobhairce Dunseverick. It was by this Roitheachtaigh that chariots of four horses were first used in Ireland.
The Age of the World, 4177.
Elim Oillfinshneachta, son of Roitheachtaigh, after having been one year in the sovereignty of Ireland, fell, at the end of that year, by Giallchaidh, son of Oilioll Ollchain. Snow, with the taste of wine, fell in this year, whence he was called Oillfinshneachta.
The Age of the World, 4178.
The first year of Giallchaidh, son of Olioll Olchain, son of Sirna, in the sovereignty of Ireland.
The Age of the World, 4186.
Giallchaidh, after having been nine years in the sovereignty of Ireland, fell by Art Imleach, in Magh Muaidhe.
The Age of the World, 4187.
This was the first year of Art Imleach, son of Elim Oillfinshneachta, in the sovereignty of Ireland.
The Age of the World, 4198.
Art Imleach, after having been twelve years in the sovereignty of Ireland, fell by Nuadhat Finnfail.
The Age of the World, 4199.
This was the first year of the reign of Nuadhat Finnfail over Ireland.