HERE (I proceed to write) of the history of Ireland, and of every name that was given to it, and of every division that was made of it, and of every invasion that was made of it, and of every people who took it, and of every famous deed which was done in it during the time of each high-king who was over it at any time from the beginning to this time, as many of them as I have found to publish.
In the first place, we shall set down every name that was at any time on Ireland.
Here follows every division which was made on Ireland.
Of the subdivision of Meath and of the provinces here.
Of the division of the province of Connacht here.
Of the division of the province of Ulster here
Of the division of the province of Leinster here.
Of the division of the province of Eochaidh Abhradhruaidh here.
Of the division of the province of Cúraoi son of Dáire here.
Of the subdivision of Munster here.
Of the situation of Ireland here.
Of the creation of the first father from whom we have sprung,i.e. Adam, here, and of his race to Noah, and from that to Noahs children's children, until the genealogical account of each tribe which obtained possession of Ireland is given by us completely up to Noah; and also the kinship of each people of these same with each other.
Of the age of the fathers from Adam to Noah, and the length of the period from Adam to the deluge; and the genealogy of Noah to Adam.
Of the genealogical account of those three sons from whom were sprung the seventy-two tribes who were building the tower.
Of the invasions of Ireland before the deluge down here.
I. Of the first occupation that was made on Ireland here.
II. Of the first chief-conquest which was made on Ireland after the deluge, namely the invasion of Partholón, here.
III. Here is the division which the four sons of Partholón made on Ireland; and it is the first partition of Ireland.
IV. Of the people of Partholón here.
Of the second conquest which was made on Ireland here, i.e. the conquest of the children of Neimheadh.
Of the invasion of the Firbolg here.
Of the first kings who took the sovereignty of Ireland; and of every king after them who assumed, it, according to the order of the periods and of the invasions, down here.
Of the invasion of the Tuatha Dé Danann here.
Of the branching of the tribe that was noblest of the Tuatha Dé Danann down here.
Of the kings of the Tuatha Dé Danann here, and of the length of their sovereignty over Ireland.
Of the origin of the children of Mileadh, of their proceedings, and of their transactions, of their genealogy, and of every occurrence that happened to them, from Fénius Farsaidh down to the invasion of Ireland by them, here below (stated).
Here below (we treat) definitely apart concerning the true origin from which the race of Gaedheal have sprung; and of their proceedings till the arrival of the sons of Míleadh in Ireland.
History of Ireland.
Book 1 (continued).
The doings of Feinius Farsaidh the grandfather of Gaedheal till his return from the Plain of Seanair, and till his death, as follows:
Of the journeying of Niul to Egypt from Scythia, and of his doings there until his death as follows:
Of the expulsion by Pharao Intuir of the race of Gaedheal from Egypt as follows:
Of the expulsion of the race of Gaedheal from Scythia.
Of the journeying of the race of Gaedbeal from Gothia to Spain as follows.
Of the invasion of Ireland by the sons of Milidh, and of their doings, and from what country they came to Ireland.
Of the coming of the sons of Milidh to Ireland as follows:
Of the kings of the children of Milidh before the Faith and of the length of their sovereignty in Ireland as follows.
Here follows a first brief summary of the adventure which led to the death of Conchubhar.
Of the death of Ceat son of Magha, as follows.
Of the event which led to the death of Fearghus son of Rogh, as follows.
The cause which led to the death of Laoghaire Buadhach, as follows.
The cause of the death of Meadhbh of Cruachain, as follows.
The death of Conlach son of Cuchulainn, as follows.
HISTORY OF IRELAND
Of the kings of Ireland and of their history after the Faith and of its annals
to the coming of the Normans hither, and to their acquiring supremacy over the country, as follows:
On the kings of Ireland after the Faith as follows: