The Age of Christ, 227.
The first year of Cormac, son of Art, son of Conn of the Hundred Battles, as king over Ireland.
The Age of Christ, 234.
The eighth year of Cormac.
Oilioll Olum, son of Mogh Nuadhat, King of Munster, died.
The Age of Christ, 236.
The tenth year of Cormac.
The battle of Granard by Cormac, the grandson of Conn, against the Ulstermen this year.
A battle at Eu, in Magh Aei, against Aedh, son of Eochaidh, son of Conall, King of Connaught.
A battle at Eth; the battle of Ceann Daire; the battle of Sruth against the Ulstermen; the battle of Slighe Cuailgne.
The Age of Christ, 237.
The eleventh year of Cormac.
The battle of Ath Beatha; the battle of Dumha this year by Cormac.
The Age of Christ, 238.
The twelfth year of Cormac.
A battle at Cuiltochair thrice, and three battles at Dubhadh by Cormac.
The Age of Christ, 239.
The thirteenth year of Cormac.
The battle of Allamagh, and the seven battles of Elve, by Cormac.
The Age of Christ, 240.
The fourteenth year of Cormac.
The battle of Magh Techt, and the fleet of Cormac sailed across Magh Rein (i.e. across the sea), this year, so that it was on that occasion he obtained the sovereignty of Alba Scotland.
The Age of Christ, 241.
The fifteenth year of Cormac.
These are the battles of Cormac fought against Munster this year: the battle of Berre; the battle of Loch Lein; the battle of Luimneach; the battle of Grian; the battle of Classach; the battle of Muiresc; the battle of Fearta, in which fell Eochaidh
p.115Taebhfada of the Long Side, son of Oilioll Olum; the battle of Samhain, in which fell Cian, son of Oilioll Olum; and the battle of Ard Cam.
The massacre of the girls at Cleanfearta, at Teamhair, by Dunlang, son of Enna Niadh, King of Leinster. Thirty royal girls was the number, and a hundred maids with each of them. Twelve princes of the Leinstermen did Cormac put to death together, in revenge of that massacre, together with the exaction of the Borumha with an increase after Tuathal.
The Age of Christ, 248.
The twenty second year of Cormac.
A battle at Fochard Muirtheimhne by Cormac this year.
The Age of Christ, 262.
The thirty-sixth year of Cormac.
The battle of Crionna Fregabhail was fought by Cormac against the Ulstermen, where fell Aenghus Finn, son of Fearghus Duibhdeadach i.e. the Black Toothed, King of Ulster, with the slaughter of the Ulstermen about him.