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P. 27, uote 2, 1. 4, for period read or period. 

líH, 1. 14, ,, Cenann fa read Cenann|xi. 

32, n. 3, 1. 1, M ChiarainB „ Chicrain. 
37, 1. 10, ,, ont of * „ U'T. 

»» 40, „ „ "Piacn uUa „ V^"^"tJi ^^' 

„ 90, 1. 16 „ •Dt „ 'oe. 

,, 102, „ 27, „ xjcx. „ arar. 

„ 108, D, 1, 1. C, „ ttí*. mogha „ uiii. mogha, 
„ 116, 1. 17, „ atuicim „ a tuicim. 

„ n. 2, 11. 3-6, the crror is corrected in Vol. II. of the A.L. C, 
„ 127, 1. i.dele^ 

, 1 'lh, „ 1 0, for pcéimlex) read -poéimleT). 
129, „ 32, ,, unaehli „ lainn ihe. 
132, „ 1, „ rxin5a'DU|i „ fianga-DU]!. 
reach „ reached. 

bfeé »» brieé. 

vmb ínTDaiB read •óaili** ím'oaiBd. 

of a „ of }. 

'Oomnall ., "DonniaU/". 

i-Don ., i-Don'». 

re8t€*d „ rested [peaccful]ly. 

cámíc* „ cúnnc^. 

qieicht -pn „ qieic hipn. 

Thuaiixreiir .. Thuai-pceiic. 

encolsure „ enclosure. 
,, 269, col. 2, 1. 11, dele ^eems to have. 
,, 265,11. 7, S,for Muireertagh read Muircertach. 
,, 273, 1. 10, afíer in insert the land of. 

„ 279, „ 16, for fcreiirn eountries read neijjhhouring terrítories. 
,, 290, „ li;, dele B 6la. 
,, 298, „ 12, for Loclamn read Laclamn. 

„ 305, „ 12, Ifar raÍHod r<a</ elecíed. 
„ n. 4, hl,)-^ 

„ 306, I. 18, /or hUa^ read hUa^ 

,, 308, „ 3, add ' to Tluaijiii. 

„ 312, „ 20, /or "Doncaf) rtad T)onncaf>. 

„ 322, col. 2, 1. 6, dtie ilie ref. no. 

,, 332, 1. 7,/o> Cia|XXi'De rtad Ciaixaifvr. 

„ „ 25, prefix «"« to In. 

" 07' " oQc'f^^^^'^^^S ^^"^ pursuing. 

,, cO/, „ ZVf} 

„ 377, „ 26, „ th*direction read au attack. 

„ „ „ aasomíd ,. undertaken. 

„ 380, 1. 12, „ bet „ bet 1. 

„ 383, ,, 5, dele a. 

w „ 6, /or foray r«fl<f foray 8. 

*"-» »» *» 


133, „ 


138, 1. 23, 


H0,„ 17, 


168, „ 27, 


170, „ 23, 


172, „ 2, 


176, „ 7, 


230, „ 26, 


232, „ 6, 


234, „ 20, 


243, „ 1. 



P. 387, 1. 23, for forces read moveableí». 

„ 388, „ 3,„ laf „ Ifa. 

,, 392, „ 20, „ muinncep, rtad muin[n]reix. 

„ 414, „ 19, „ ClionT) — „ CloníT) — . 

,, 418, „ 17, „]i „ cabaijic a|x. 

,, 428, „ 10,,, aili „ ailib. 

„ 432, „ 3, „ Cacalim „ Cctéal im. 

„ 443, „ 25, „ Gaidhel „ Foreigner. 

„ 445, n. 6, L 2, for timpanist read timpanists. 

,, 453, ,, 3, insert by — Mandeville after de Burgh. 

,, 456, L 18, /or Cancobup, rc/irf Concobuii. 

„ 458, „ 24, ,, UnT)]\ ,, 11it)1]1. 

„ 461, „ 12, „ Foreigner ,, ÍTaidhel. 

„ 466, „ 26, ,, tliTjip, ,, Ui'Di]!. 

„ 479, „ 11, „ pledge of ,, prize over (/iV. of). 

,, 480, „ 18, „ Ocuc „ Ocu|^. 

,, 483, „ 3, „ passed ,, reacbed [\úa eud]. 

„ 485,,, 16, „ dispersing ,, despoiling. 

Add Note : Lit. relaiive to moveabUi ; i.e. a defeat in w 
the vanquished were dríving off fell to the victor^. 
,, 486, 1. 9,/or , mac read ínac. 

„ „22, „ Tnumncip, ríúwí nium[n]citi. 
„ 487, „ 8, dele , son of. 
,, 607, „ 14, for apple read wild apple. 
„ 608, „ 22, ,, btiiam, mic, read bfiiam TTIic. 

,, „ 36, deie Jom., B. 
„ 509, „ 25, for son — Tawny read Mac-TJi NeiU-buidhe. 
„ 516, „ 13, dele ref. no. K 
„ 618. n. 4, L 2, for from read form. 

„ 522, 1. 14, ,, TK> ,, TJOQ. 

„ „27, ,, — Oa|iai6 read — ea|iaic. 

„ 525, „28, ,, him ,, them. 

„ 626, „ 10, ,, Clamn — „ Clann— . 
„ 527, „ 1, after slain insert and [other] persons were slain. 
,, 529, „ 16, /or with read by. 

,, „ 21, ,, movement read jeopardy. 

,, 646,,, 3, ,, majxb ,, majxb t>o. 

„ 648, „ „ 'Oalacum „ "Oalactin. 

„ 662, „ 10, ,, T>o oman ,, o T>oman. 

„ 664, „ 12, ,, baile-a6a-na-|\i5 read baile CCta-no-tiié. 

„ 655, „16, ,, prowess ,, championahip. 

„ „ 17, ,, benevolence ,, prowess. 

„ 661, „16, ,, Eerghal „ Ferghal. 

„ 662, „ 30, ,. — uile „ — Nauile. 

„ 664, „- 6, ,, mo|icuu|* ,, mo]icua. 

aiiuala ulccbh. 



ccHHalcc «eNctir, 



KALENDS of Jan. on 4th feria, 21st of the moon, [ 
A-D. 1057. Niali Ua hEicnechain, KÍDg ol" 
Coiiel-Endai, waa .slain by hÍK own [lcjnsmen]. — 
Dungai UaDonnchadha, Kingof theEogauacht of Cashel, 
fell by Murehatlh [Donnchadh]', son of Brian [Boruma], 
along with niany others. — Finnguine Ua Finnguine, royal 
heir' of Munstar, fell by Mael-Seclilainu' Ua' Brie. — 
Echmarcaeh, son of Cemach, herenngh' of Dun-leth- 
glais, went on his pilgrimage*. — A defeat [was infiicted] 
by Ruaidhri Ua Ruadhacain with the Airrthir upon 
GiUarCrist Ua Faelchon and upon the UÍ-Eachach.— Mael- 
nianaidh Ua Focarta, liing of the South of Eili, fell 
l)y Donnchad, son of Brian [Boruma]. — Muircertach 
Ua Tresaieh, liing of Ui-Bai-rce, died, — Dubdalethe 
Ua Cinaedha, herenagh of Corlr and Robartneh', son of 
Ferdomnach, successor of [St.] Colum-ciUe, alept iti thc 
Iiord. — Domnall Ua Ruairc wa^ lciUed by Diminall, son 
of Maelruanaigh, king of Fir-Manach. 

'.Vatl'Stfhiainu. DerolteQU. Inn- 
tared) of(St.') Saehlam (or SeL'houU}, 
UUciplt ol SL Pitrick. fíj oiniraiiin 
o( thi' inleftiil 1, tbe nBmo w»s 
HxelwhUinn (Uelighliii); which, in 
tum, in diwgRrd of Iho or]p]a, bc- 
cuno Malschiu 1111] Itaiiu:hy. Soe 
Vol. I., p. 8. 

'Ca— ThereBdÍnBPfB(ioH)ÍBfllao 
rouad in ItiD AimaU 0/ Lnrh Ce {fiJ 
aa.) But Ua Cyrv«diE>n}, the lectinn 
of A. i* gitren io both of theni iic ths 
yfsu lOiS, where Ihe liiliitig o[ ALi^l- 
SechUian ii íntered. C lollawa A. 

* llereiuigh — For the expUnBtion 

ol IhU 

e O'Dnn 

Haiteiv, iiL, p, *7«q. 

" Went 0» hU pili/rintai/e. — That is, 
cllhei over sea ; or, morc prDliKbly. (o 
.A.mmghi i:f. 100a[=i004], liW7, 
m/™. 10G3, i„/ni). to end hia iife in 
penitentinl exerciaea. 

' Aoíanocl.— Abbot ol Rdls, whit^h 
■t thM time (ádamHm. p. »9») Jtn* 
appirentij the olHcÍilMat of Ihe >ur- 
i^exnr ol St. Columb*. He auccoednl 
Miiel.Muire, A.D. lOW (»«p™). Dr. 
ReeTi* imggeiiti (_loe, ci(.) Chat he wai 
■on uf Ferdomnich, who ilieil 1(107 



lCul. Uiii. u. p, l. 11., CCiino "Domiiii tTl-' t" um. 
Imbleac-ibaiii -00 lofccrB co leiri, icep Tiaimliac 7 
cloiccec-— luLac, mac 5iUa-Coinsain, airL-oiiis (XLban, 
■00 inafiba'& La ITlael-CoLuim, mac "Oonnca-oa, 1 caí. — 
man>m SLeiBe-Cpoc iiia n-'DiaTimaic, mac IDaiL-na- 
mbó, vop "Oonnca'fe, mac Opiam, 1 coticaip Caipbpi 
hlla LigDai, aipcinnec ImLeca-ibaijx, 7 Ui§bopTiaii, 
mac Concoipne, pi CLe ec aLii muLci. — ^^LLbpac bUa 
CepbaiLL, piijomna ^eiTipac, mopcuuf' e]x. — CoLman 
htla bCCipeccai§, comapba ComgaiLL; bUa pLanncua, 
aipcinnec Imleaca-ibaip, in pace quieuepunc. — Tflac- 
beacaíi, mac pinnlaic, aipDpiS CCLban, t>o mapbafi , 
La TTlaeL-CoLuim,' mac 'Ooiniía-Da, 1 caé. 

ICaL lan. ni. p- t. x. 111., anno ■Oomim ITl." L." 
la?.^ Cpeii La lllaeL-SQÍLainn bLla lllocaíia|iJn 1 
n-CCipcepaiC, co puc cpi cec" bo, ueL pauLo plup 7 
co pomupC 5'^'-""^^'"^P^ ITlac CCipeccai^, muipe 
CLainne-Sinaig. — TflaeL-Seclainn | hUa bpic -00 muca'6 
1 n-uaim La ITlaeL-SecLainn bLIa paelain. — CCo'o bUa 
T)ubT)ai, pi hUa-n-CCmaLgaTia, a puip occipui-'' ej'c.-^ 
Cpeíi La I liCCpT)5ap TTlac locLainii co CeniuL-Cosain 1 
ji-"OaL-CCpaifie, co cucpoc bopoma mop 7 iia cec^ vmne 

A.D. 1058. 1 TTloncup »• ' IllunlráetUiiiti. A. Tlii U erroniainí. 
It vru proljitil]' >n ovnniglil. 

A.J). 10S9. * .c, A. B. Tlis Itomiui nulatlon is reguliu-lv Fmpla}'cil iu ihe 
MSS- '■ occippif. B. 

10r,l). ' flolA — LiieniHv ittions. 

^' QUla'ComgaÍn — "Gillie" iier- 
vant; flnipÍoy(9d úi Uiu aecaniiiiTV 
ienM ot iltvoUe í» ■ pcoper □■□le) 
o[ St. Comgan of EUcbaan, ia Scnt- 
Liud (Recvu. AAxmnm, p. 420). 
Tliis i», perhapí, ttie Comgui, wbos» 
tDinmemorsllon in Ihe tiatt)-tt\\o^y 

o[ TallngUt ■dd» ■ 

' to llie ii 

Sb! III. Id. lOel. Oct. 13]. Cum- 
jwní. Ctle í)t (L.L. fBook u( Lrh- 
rterj. LÍO.. ed., p. S03 h). 

•SiiíceMorii/'[S{.]Comffoíí.— ThM ] 
Í5. Abbot ot Bnngor, co. Dawa. 

' .l/Bf.íten/ÍacÍA,— Thi lequelico of J 


. Kalcnds of Jan. on 5th feria, 2nd of the moon, A.D. | 
1058. Imblech-ibair was burned entirely, both' stone 
church and steeple. — Lulaeh, son of GilIii-Comgain° arch- 
king of Scotlaad, was líilled by Mael-Coluiiu, son of Donn- 
ohadh, in battle.—The defeat of Sliabh-Crot [was 
inflicted] by Díarraait. son of Mail-na-mbo, upon Donn- 
chadh, Hon of Brian [Boruina], wherein fell Cairbri Ua 
Ligdai, herenagh of luiblech-ibair, aud Righbardan, son o£ 
Cucoime, king of Eili, and mauy otbera. — Gallbrat 
TJa Cerbaill, royal heir of Tara, died, — Colman TJa 
hAirechtaigh, successor of [St.] Coragall' ; Ua Flaancua, 
herenagho£Imblech-ibair,slept inpeace. — Mac-Beathadh,' 
80n of Finnlaech, arch-king of Scotland, was killed by 
Maol-Coluim, son of Dounchadh, in battle. 

Xalenda of Jan. ou Cth feria, ISth of the moon, A.D. 
1050. A foray by Mael-SechlaÍnn Ua Motadhain iuto the 
Ali'thir, Bo that he took away 300 cows, or a little moro, 
and killed Gilia-Muire Mae Aireclitaigh, steward of Clann- 
Sinaigh. — Mael-Sechlaimn Ua Bric waa smothered in a 
cave by Mael-SechlaÍnn Ua Faelain, — Aedh Ua Dubdai, 
king of Ui-Amalgadha, was slain by his own [kinamen]. 
— A forayby Ardgar Mac Lochlainn along with' the Cenel- 
Eogain into Dal-Araidhe. so that they took away great 
cattle-apoil, and 200 peraona were either killed or 

Ihe itf ina ríípecting Luiach snd Iif ac- 
B«>(hadh (the Mucbelh of ShakG9- 
prue) ihoiild he rercrsed. Harlanu.i 
Scotua, nho had b'n ÍDlormilinn froni 
a pilgrim th«t came straight from 
SeotUnd. writ™ in two aulogniph 
DOtM io hia Clironicle (_ad an. 1070 
[=1058]) 1 Maffinhrg ocridilur 
in Aognillo, Lulag aactrssit et 
oeciililur iu M«rtio : cni Morl- 
CaMm mcecsut . . . Macfiitlaeg 

Sonctiie Mariae. 

Lulaeh > 


SBnctao MarÍM 

«.1 inÍKj!i 

m Sancli 

Patricii in men 

e Mirtio 



n regniiv 

ti Pstricii, 
105!). MíoBj iDÍrí.—ThB oripnal 
í-o Cwith), which tliB FouT JfaMm 
chnngpd into do (of). O'Donovnn, ét- 
rding]y, hu " [ooe] oí tha Cinel- 
1 (" which a native «nnaliít 
iialá de«m ÍL iiu[>erfluaut ta applr 
< B king oC that clan. 

(í ccHMalrt uUroli. 

ecep mapbuT) 7 ep^abaiL — Cacal, tiioc "Ciseprnin, pí 
lapcaip Coii[n]acc; Consalac liUa Riacain, piTDomna 
"CempaC: Tluapcan lillcihespa[i],iM l.mEne; 5'1-la'Coem- 
gin, macSiUa-Com^aiLl, pn)omna'l,aig6n, occipi'' punc— 
5iLla-'Ooman5a[i]pc htla CoiicaiLLe, pi TiUa-HiaLLa[i]n ; 
TTluipeTiac hlla piainn, pi filIa-T^iiipcpe ; Tx)matcac 
hUa TílaeL-bpenainn, muipe SiL-TTltiipeíaic, mopcui 
punc.~"OomnaLL ITlac eoTiora, aipcmneÉ TTI amircpec 
tbiiiíi]; eocaií> hUa CinaeSa, aipcinneC CCca-T:pnim ; 
CCnfifLip Triac Ui-oip, aipcinnec Cujx:a; Conains fiUa 
paipceaUaig, atpanneC "Dpoma-Leacan [mopcui punc]. 

bip' lCal-- lan. mi- p.,'' t xx. 1111., aiino 'Domini m.'' Li,'"' 
Cocaí» mop 1 n-CCp'n-Tnaca ecep Cumiii'cac hUa 
n-epo-oaíijn 7 *OubTiaLeici, comapba pocpaic, imon' 
nbTiaine. — Canannup' t» Lopca'O "do Leip, co n-a 
■DaimLiac. — l.eic5leann do lopca-6 t)o Leip, cenmoca in 
[tijepcac. — TDomnaU *Deipec, ppim anmcapa epenn 7 
Coníi na m-bocc CLuana-mac-Hoip ao Chpipcum itocaci 

■Ou" blioíiaiii Tjec 'n-a cereoi-6, 

C01C nnle cen oen epbai-ó — 

■ tiiavamna, but irítli daleiíon marli aaúer tlie flrst «, H. ''iic<i]~|'i. !S, 

A.D. lOSa ' mon (i.e,, aphareai» ori), B. ' Ceaiiatlliup B. « om., !)■ 

* p. ii pUced oveibtad, haTÍiig been omitled nl fir«, B. i' TllilLiJTTT'o 

ac Lx. anno "Doniinicae Incannacionip iaaeiteá, t. h., B. *"' f, m., I. h., 

the piite oí ÍnBerUon lieing iiidicat«d hy muk> preSxcd, rarrespondÍDg wllU 

niarlu placcil on macgin oppogite the entr^. A ; 0111,. D. 

= Jíithtr UlUd «r (■o;<í«iS!J_Lit«r- 
»Uy-. [KK)k] 200 ptrnni,bel.ceeitliill. 

' Cilla-Dem aHgairl, — Jírrof íí í/X"'''-) 
DtntaiigarU aí lUlh-ltuirbnílg (KIiu- 
loagh), Co. Anlnm, brolher ol St. 
MamofFahan. Co.Don<>ita1. Aidon 
in Ihf L. B. ciipy nf thi, Calmclar 
af Oaiigui «uggesla > linr roatain- 
ing Ihe namo of DDiiuuigart ag Ihe 
Inir rcnd'iní; in Ibe qualraiu íor 
Marrh 24 (111.- ícii.l dn.v), ivh.Tr 

8l MucIiM of 

' Tomnlbvih Va ÍfmUBnnalnn — 
Tliu only niember of tha O'Mnlnnln 
fiim<I<r, aeeonllng to O'Donornn íf'. 
il. p, eTC), ibM erer bennie thief •if 
lU ihe UÍ'Hareadhaigh. Tliig ii 
liii«d OD Ihe rewling ntaihe /'our 
Haiítri, Hha givr, h»re and else- 
wbere, liyMrrini (lord) For mnirt 
(ste'iratd). The eijunlion i», of evunt 
<]nile groimdleM. 


captured.^ — Cathal, son of Tigernan, king of the West [1069J 
of Connacht; Congalach Ua Riacain, royal heir of 
Tara ; Duarcan Ua hEghrai, king of Luighne ; Gilla- 
Coemgin, son of Gilla-Comhgai]!, royal heir of Leinster, 
were slain. — GiUa-Domangairt' Ua Conchaille, king of 
Ui-Niallain ; Muiredach Ua Flainn, king of Ui-Tuirtre ; 
Tomaltach Ua Mael-Brenainn,* steward of Sil-Muiredaich, 
died. — Domnall Mac Eodosa, herenagh of Mainister- 
[Buithi] ; Eochaidh Ua Cinaedha, herenagh of Ath-truim ; 
Aneslis Mac Uidhir, herenagh of Lusca ; Conaing [Ja 
Fairchellaigh, herenagh of Druim-leathan [died]. 

Kalends of Jan. on 7th feria, 2éth of the tnoon, AJ). rioeoj Bia. 
1060. Great war in Ard-Macha between Cumuscach^ 
Ua Erodhain and Dubdaleithi, successor of [St.] Fatrick, 
respecting the abbacy. — Cenannus was bumed entirely, 
with its stone church. — Lethglenn was bumed entirely, 
except the oratory. — Domnall Deisech [Le., of the Desi], 
chief soul-friend of Treland and Conn-na-mbocht*. of 
Quain-mac-Nois, were called to Christ : 

Two year8 [and] ten ended,^ 

Five thousand withoiit any defect— 

Tbey forther add that thin indivi- 
dual waa smothered in the cave along 
with Ua Bric. llie impiobabilitjr of a 
Roscommon chief taki]f^ part in a 
Sonth Waterford clan feud doubtlesa 
never occurred to them. . 

1060. * Cumoicach.—ln the list of 
the sucoesaors of Patrick (L. L. p. 42, 
and L. B. [Lebar Brcc], Litho. ed. 
p. 220), he Í8 given next after Dub- 
daleithU Tbe ArmaU of InnisJalUn 
(ad anJ) daj the latter Wad deposed 
in f aTodl of the former. See infra, 
A.D. 1064. 

' CoiMi-íiii-m6ocA<— Conn o/ihepocr, 
— Beát knuwn as the grandfather of 
Mael-Muire the compiter of Lf^ar na 

hUidri {Book of the Dun [coid]), an 
llth cenL MS. in the Rojrtl Iríáh 
Academj, and publÍBbed in faciimile. 

For hifl epitaph (firoit do ChwMr-^ 
apraifer for Conn) and a notíce of 
hi9 famil^, see Chriitian Inscriptiotu 
(fig, 147, p. 66 sq.). 

^Ended, — Lit., t» their excision, 
The preposition i with the posaessive 
forms a native idiom, ezpressing state 
or condition. (See O'DonoTan, Irith 
Qrammar, p. 291; Windiach, ÍTtfr- 
tef6ttcA, p. 608-9). Tha computation 
(5012)} induding the current year, 
gives tho Hebrew reckoDÍng, a.Mí 

8 cchmccíxí: uIodIi. 

Puaiji hUa pofipei'ó co fuili*, 

"Do |\ein, i\obei'o, nobinti'ó — 

O íruf 7)0100111 T)05]iaiiis nc 

Co heiqr«^ "Oomnaitl "Oeiiic.' — 

Tn(íel-Ciapa[i]ti Iilla Tloboca[i]n, ai(icinnec Suiffo. 

ínopcu[u]i' eiT;- — ITluipcepcac, mac 3ilLa-pIiutapcai|," 

pn)oinna na n-'Oefe, occiTUp' efr. — niaiTim pia 

pepaib bpeg (mon,' pta n-5aipboi'o hUa Cacupai^) 

pop SaiLensaiC (mon' Leocan, mac mic TTla9La[i]n') 

7 ■pop Caipppi. — ■piannacan liUa CoaLLai§, pi bpeg, 

T)o éc 1 n-a aiLiÉpe- 

)caL lan. ii. p., t U-, CCnno "Domini ITl." lx° i.° 

B*2h tTlMipe-&ac I íiUa TTlael-CoLoim, aipcinnec "Oaipe ; 

Ciapan, pui-ecnnm epenn ; Ocan htla Copmaca[i]n, 

oipcinneC 1nnri-Cu[m]í'cpai'6 ; Tigepnac baippcec, 

comapba pinnen, 7 ap-o anmcapa Cpenn ; ConoinE. 

mac im) aboT), irofaipctnnec CCp'o[a]-lTl aca, in peni- 

rencia' tiuieuepunc. — 'DoninaLl htla rílaeL'DOpaiS "do 

mapbaí La R.uai'opi llUa Cananna[i]n 1 cac. — ^T^aipBei'S 

hUa CoruT'aiÉ, pi Opeg; Cu-ULo'd, mac Con^aLaig, pi 

Uaccaip-cipe, in penicencia' mopmi punc. — HiaLL, 

mac TDaiL-SecLainn, pi CC1I15, mopcuup' epc. — 

SLua§a^ La hCCe'6 hUa ConCobaip co Cenn-copa'5, 

A46b |co pobpip in cacpaig 7 co pomuc in cippaic. — Sleann- 

■oa-loca' vo Lopco^ -00 Leip." 

'^iU-fl naloncais ({?, being wlent, wa» om. by srribe), B. 'occi]~pir' ^' 
*• 1. m., t. h., A, B. II LU.. t. b., A, B. 
A.D.1061. 'penecencia, B. 'jwnpcancia, B. 'niopcop, B. — »-' om,, C. 

' ['a Fnrrtldh. — Most probnblj', 
the im« wbO'S ohit ia given at 1088. 
LIvinR iu EmlT, he mujit hlTe heinl 
4f the taxat of DomniU, nbo bclonged 

» CnMí.— Lileríllv, enmti. The 
nnmerals, according to native nujie,>s. CoUectivel^^^period), 
lhry fomi the nubject of lu: («}(.) 

• GUIta-Fhutanaigh.—Dtroire «f 
(5t.) futortact, who itied A.n. 7't 
(=773),#up™. The Mirt, af T*J- 
light (L. L., p. 3G8>) hiu : t't'u. Kal Ay 
Fi,lar1n[f\<:h, mk Brió (bOH Ot Brer). 
Thfl orcuiTcn™ of FuUrtiich'fi nime 
in the prraent tnli7 miv be Ukga a^ 
proof th*t hÍ9 fRthcr ifa* epuDj-nioai 
hcsd of Ihi' Ui Bric. 


TJa Forreidb* acutoly fountl, | 

Accortling to very establÍBhed, very deciaive rule — 
From bfigiiining of tlie evil hoarj world cwme-'' 
To decenso of Domnall Deisech. — 

Mael-Ciarain Ua Robocain, hercnagh of Sord, died. — 
Muircertach, son of GiUa-Fhulartaigh' [Ua Bric], royal 
heir of the Desi, was slain. — A ilcfeat [waa inflicted] by 
the men of Bregha (namely, by Gairbeitl Ua Catusaigli) 
upon tho Gailenga (that is, [upon] Leochan, grandaon of 
Maelan) and upon the Cairpri. — Flannacan Ua Ceallaigh, 
king of Bregba, died in hia pilgrimage,' 

Ralends of Jan, on 2nd feria, 5th of the moon, a.d. | 
1061. Muiredhach Ua Mael-Coluim, herenagh of Dairt; ; 
Ciaran, most eminent sage of Ireland ; Ocan Ua Corma- 
cain, herenagh of Inis-Cuniscraigh; Tigernach of Bairrce,' 
successor of [St.] Finnian and archsoul-fiiend of Ireland ; 
Conaing,sonoftheabbot,deputy-herenagh'of Ard-Macha, 
rested in penance.' — Domnall Ua Maehloraidh* waa IciUed 
by Ruaidhri Ua Canannain in battle. — Gnirbheidh Ua 
Cathu3aigh,kingofBregha; Cu-Uladh,8nnof Conghala«h, 
king of Uachtar-tire, died in penanee.' — Niall, son of Mael- 
Sechlainn, king of Ailech, dietl. — A hosting by AetUi Ua 
Conchobair to Cenn-coradh, so that he broke down" the 
eity and choked up the [holy ?] welL — Gleann-da-Iocha 
was burned entirely. 

' Ditd ÍB *.*• /li/ji-.-rnBpe.— That ia, 
proliablv, 1n a nligioiu hauu nitu- 
■lcd ontside hi> own lerrilorj-. 

A.n. 1061. ' Tigfmach o/Boírcf. 
— Ttie ■blwt under «honi Harianua 
Srotus lar» be lired bctnra his ilo- 
parture ror Ihe CoQtinenl ICI'toh. ad 
m. ]OC;=1013). II» pmtidedover 
Uw moniislCTT of S(. FinnÍMi o[ 
M«^-bilo (Moville), Countv Down. 
Dtpvtg-iitrenaslt. — Uterallj, ter- 
vanl-lurtiuigh ; oneieting Qnder(and 
doabtlen Dominated by)(bc herenngh. 

' ln penaace. — 8i|iuifying, »ppa- 

reutlv, (hatofticial functioos hadbeeQ 
Inid aslde, the betlf r to prepare for 
daath. IlereÍQ it diSercd fnimií^iii^ 
.111 jiitgrimagr, that monlu reniained 

entered local, establíshmenta. 

*D«m«aU U(i .Vafldo>-nidL~T!it 
Annait nf l^och Ce, which hBve thÍ3 
entry under the present fesr, give 
Domnall undpr the following vear ii« 
kUled bj Aeilh Ui Conchobhur ! 

' Braie dotDi» — Meaning, verj' pm- 
b»bl)-. thnl he raied Ihe roral resi- 


cCMMCcLcc ulcroli. 


lCaL lan. 111. p., l. x. Ui., CCntio T)omini ITl.** 100."* 11.** 
Ruai'5iii hlla pLai€be|iTOi|, pi lapraijt Connacr, vo 
ma|iba'5 La hCCe^^ hUa Conco15íai|i 1 car. — ^SiLLa-C|iii^ 
htla TnaeL'oo|iai'5, coma|iba CoLaim-ciLLe eze\i e|iinn 
7 OCLbain ; ITlaeLíitianail; hUa "Daigpi, ppim anmSapa 
'Cuaifce[i]|tT: Gfienn, in Chfiirco 'oopmieiitinc. — Zav-s, 
mac CCe'Ba htli Concobaifi, vo mapba^ La CLainn- 
Cofcpai'b (7*La hlapéaíi ConnaCc, peíi 'ooLum*). — Cpec 
La hCCp'osap tTlac to£Lainn 1 Coice'O Connacr, co 
cucfat fe^ miLe vo buaiB, miLe imoppo* vo 'BainitJ. — 
T)onncuan hUa tTlacainen "oo mapba'fi vo S^LLa- 
Cia^iain htli ITlacainen, fi ÍTlusDopn. — Cocai^, mac 
NeiLL» mic Coca^a, pi'oomna Coici^ Cpenn 7 Gocai^ 
hUa Laiíein, pi 8iL-T)uibcipe, in penicenxna* mofcui 
func. — Ruai'bfi, mac Concaiffgi, piT)omna pepn-iíiuiéi, 
7)0 maíibo'fi "oo mac WeiLL hUi Ruaifc. 

|CaL lan. 1111. f., L. axc. uii., CCnno *Oomini 1Tl.°Lx.** 111.** 
SopmLaií, ingen CaéaiL, mic Ruai^pi, in pepispina- 
cione 1 n-CCfT)-T11aca 7)011 miuic. — TTloco'oan hUa CeLe- 
ca[i]n, fecnap CCfoíaJ-TTlaca, mopcuuf^ ej^. — CaíaL 
hUa T)onnca'5a, aifi'oni hUa-n-ecac TTluman; Cu'ouiLtj 
hUa t^ai^g, fi pef-Lí ; | TTlaeL-^ecLainn hUa TTloco- 
'oa[i]n, fi'oamna CC1L15, a fuif inimicif (i'oon,* 
CeneL-ConaiLL'), occifi func — Coinnme^ mop La TTlac 
iocLainn ó zá 5Lenn-8uiLi^e fiafi co hlapcup Lui^ne 7 
co TTluai'B Ou-n-CCmaL5ai'5, 'ou 1 canjacuíi* fi§ Connacc 

A.P. 1062. ihCCoió, B. Spetie— , B. »-» !tl.,th., A; om., B. í>.tJi., 
A, B. « ue|io (the Latin equÍTalent), B. 

A.D. 1063. ' moficuf, B. ' — Dtiti, B. »'» itl., t h., A ; 1. m., t. h., B. 

10(>2. ^Éoth »».— Lit, betveen. 
VoT Gjlla-Crist (who succeeded 
Bobartach in 1057) see Heeves, 
Adamnan^ p. 400. 

^Fifth — Thatis^Adivision; Ire- 
land having been anciently divided 
into Jive provinces : Bleath, Ul.^tefj 

Leiuster, Munster, and Connaught. 
See Vol. 1, p. 886. 

* Eochaidht — ^The Four Masten at 
the pí'esent year say he died ou 
Thul^y, Nov. 13. But the 13th 
fell on Wednesday in this year. 



Kiilcndsnf Jati.onSrd ferm, 16th oftliomoon, A.D. 1062. 
Ivuaiilhri Un Flaitlibertaigh, kingof the W&stof Connacht, 
waa kiUed by Aedh Ua Conchobhair in battSe. — Oiila-Criat 
Ua Maeldoraidh, auccessor of [St.] Colum-ciÍIe,both in'Ire- 
land and Scotland; Maelruanaigh TTa Daighri, chief soul- 
friend of the North of Ireland, slept in ChrÍBt. — Tadhg, son 
of Aedh Ua Concobair, waa killed by the Clann-Coacraidh 
íand hy the Wust of Connacht in treacherj). — A foray 
by Ardgar Mac Lochlainn into the Fifch" of Connacht, so 
that they took away .six thou.'iand cows, also a thousand 
perfions. — Donncuan Ua Machainen was fcilled by Gilla- 
Cíarain Ua Mnchainen, king of Mughdoirn. — Eochaidh," 
aon of Niall, son of Eochaidh, royal heir of the Fifth of 
Ireiand,' and Eochaidh Ua Laítiiein, king of Sil-Duibtire, 
dtcd in penance. — Ruaidhri, son of Cucairrgi, rojal heir 
of Fcm-niagh, waa kiiled by the son of NiaU Ua Buairc, 

Xalendsof Jan, on4thferia, 27tliofthenioon,A.D. I0G3. 
Gormlaith.daugliter of Cathal.son of Ruaidhrí [UaFIaith- 
bertaigh], slcpt in pilgriniage in Ard-Maeha. — Motadan 
Ua Celecain, více-abbot of Ard-Macba, died. — Catiiar 
Ua Donnchadha, arch-kÍDg of the Ui-Echach of Munster ; 
Ciiduiligh Ua Taidhg, Iting of Fir-Lí : Mael-Sechlíiinn Ua 
Motodain, TOyaÍ heir of Ailech, by his eneniies (naniely, 
by Cenel-ConaiU), were slain. — Great coigny' [was levied] 
by Mac LochÍainn from Glenn-SuÍhdhe' westwards to the 
weatem part of Luighne and to [the river] Muaidh of 
Ui-AmaÍgadha, where all the kinga of Connaeht came 

'/■./M<;/';j-ííu„./.— Thiili=.CI,liT; 
tJn Fiftli, (ir Province.par txcellfníe. 

106U. ' Cathal.~S\tia, acL'ordmg 
K the F. A/., by hÍB Dwn son. Tbc 
iUtnB of Ihii entrj ara too discrepnnt 
to be iaclndeil in oae (onnuli. Cad- 
Diligb i4 uid (iti tbe >'. M.) U> hftve 
liieit ■ DBturil death. 5iiu 

ID ull tlirii'. 1 linvr followcd tlie gtoía 
[n rvfiIricLing it lo Msel-Secblsinii. 

' Coi>»y — Or coijna {unglldzed 
fonn of tbe colarmtdA oí the text), 
ceae lcvied la lioa a( biHetÍng. The 
F. M. mske it a hoitÍHg {iloigh'dlt) ; 
O'Conor, an nrffly. 

'Fron Glinfi-SniliMe — LitwiIIr, 
froia [iciere] it Gkm 8"ilUIhe. 

(CHHalo: «u 

mle I n-a reí, im CCe-o hUa ConcoCaiix 7 tm tte'D. 1 
Tnic NeilL lli lluaipc 7 iin mac CCipc hlli Huaipc— 
hUaim CClla 1 Ceajia tio ^alíait o ClionnaícaiC 
muintep CCe-oa hUi ConcoCaip, in po mucca i'epca! 
ap cer,'' — NiaLl, mac eocaíia, aipT)pi Ula'D, a ec 1 n-lTrf 
Mouembip, 7 1 ii-Tlap-oain, 7 1' n-ocrmoD [uaíoT)] Tiec 
[ep ci].° — CÍnae-D, mac CCicip, aipcinnec Lirmoiiv 
fílocucu ; Cocai'b hUa ■OaLLa[i]n> aipcinneu Coinneipe'J 
in pace Tiopmiepunc. 
... , lCaL. lan. u. p, L. la:., CCnno "Domini fn." Ur." iiu.^ 
'Oolsen hUa Sonai, aipcinnec CCipD-ppaca ; in "OaU 
hUa Lona[i]n, ppim eicep pep ITIuman; Silla-appai^ 
hUa THaeLmiíi^,' in penicencia mopcui punc. — Copmoo^ 
aipcinnec CCip-o-bpeca[i]n ; eocai-o hUa "DoipeiT), 
cinneí t)omnai5-moip mui5i-l£a, in "Oomino Tiop'l 

miBpunc— ITluipcepcac hUa UeiLL. pi 'CeLca-o[t 

o Uib-Cpemcainn occipup epc- — "DonncaTi, mac bpiainJ 
aip-opi TTluman. (tio'' acpija'D 7'') Tto ec i Tloim i n-aM 
aiLicpi. — "Oub-oaLeici (mac'' TTlaeL-TTIuipe*), comapba 
pacpaic, I JCaLainn Sepnmbip in bona penecenna 
mopcuup ei-T;, TTl aeL-l po,'' mac CCmaLeaTia, t)0 sabaiL 
na habT)aine. — "Oiapmaic hUa l,opca[i]n, piTiomnaj 
IxQigen, T)0 mapba-o la CmeL-eosain 1 n-Llllcaib. — | 

^^lx. a\i .c, A, B- '" in .inin., A, B. ' ComT«Txe, B. 

A.D. 10(i4. »Tnoeil— , B. '-Ijhi, A • om., B. i «n> iU., t. h., A 

1» ív]i on Wediic5di>y; but In 106H, 
ni the tcxt Atatu, on Thursdaf. 

Wilh reRiird to Ihe lunir rechonin;;. 
it i« worth)' of note thal its «ctiir»cy 
i« fondnneil bj the oldmlí in B«]a 
(_Dt rnl. trmp. xxii.)" Novemberinlh» 
lil», 317." DertDct Ihe eurrent dif I 
Rnd «dd Ihe Jaunir^ eplct (as giva 
ília™). 2"=343. DÍTÍile by I 
(tvo «iiuecutÍTe InnatJODa) and froi 
the remsinder, 48, tublrict 30. 
givi» the IS of the text ífew Moí. 
.ccor.lÍnBly fcil on Oct 2:. 

' /niw hU hotitr. — An idiomltio es- 
proaBion, aignifjÍDg to molte formnl 

* IFifA.— Lilerallv, imwid. 

• On ilui /Ai.— The Four MaMri-i 
My that Xiall and hÍB lon, Eoohildh, 
dled on Thur«day, Kov. 13, lOflÍ 
Out Tigenuch Agreea vilb theeo 
AnnKlsin placingtheDbit of Enchitidh 
Bt 1062. aud that of hia f«ther al 
thla i'ear. Furthcrmore. «hal. is de- 
(laivc on the aubjeol, in 106Í, Xuv. 



Ínto liis hoiiae' with" Aedh Ua Concobhair, and with' [lo(!3] 
Aedh, grandson o£ Niall Ua Ruairc, and with' the son of 
Art Ua Ruaírc. — The cavo of AUa in Ceva was cap- 
tured by the Connachtmen against the people of Aedh 
Ua Concobhair, wlierein werc sinothered 8ixty above ono 
hundi-ed [persons]. — Niall, son of Eochaidh, ai-ch-king of 
Ulidia, died on the Ides' of November [Nov. 13] and on 
Thuradaj- and on the 18th [of the moon]. — Cinaedh Mac 
AJchir, hei-enagh of Lia-mor of [St,] Mochutu ; Eochaidh 
Ua Dallain, herenagh of Coiudere, alept in pea*;e. 

Kalends of Jan. on 5th feria, 9th of tho moon, a.d. [iowjbíh 
1064. Dolghen Ua Sonai, herenagh of Ard-sratha ; the 
Blind Ua Lonain, chief poet of the Men of Munster ; 
Gilla-arrai Ua Maelmithigh, died in penance. — Cormac, 
herenagh of Ard-Bi-ecain ; Eochaidh Ua Doireid, herenagh 
of Domnach-mor of Magh-Itha, alept in the LorI. — 
Mnircertach Ua NeÍII, king of Telach-og, was slain by the 

Ui-Cremtaimi Dounchadli, sonof Brian[Boruma], arch- 

king of Munater, (was deposed and) dieJ in Rome in his 
. pilgrimage. — Dubdaleithi(sonof MaeI-Muire),succeaaorof 
Patrick, died on thc Ralonds of September [Sep. 1] in 
good penance.' Macl-Isu, aon of Amalgaidh, took the 
abbacy. — Diarmait Ua Lorcain, i-oyaI heir of Leinster, 
was killed by the Conel-Eogain in Ulater. — Aii-dgar Mac 

Ilerebj' ars Co be corrptled the 
Cnleiidus (e.g. Nicols8,CArorb of Hiit.; 
Stmptan, Mcd. Aevi Xal.) tUat pUco 
the Golden Numbcr XIX. (10G3 wan 
th« lut jear ot the C)-clc.) at October 
SU. It a iccuritel}- iadicaletl iu tlie 
Culendu', Embalisnul Computuí >ad 
Daceiniiovenail Tables appendeil t 

f the 1 

kof Bede. 
O'DonDTna queriee nhether "the 
letb" reTer» tu tha reien of Niall. 
But at 101(1 he had giíEn the alaíing 

of N'iall'd predeceasDr from thi^te 
AddsIi. In Uie liol ot King9 of 
Ulidia in L. L. (p. 41 d) "12 ur 
50" yesra ste usigned to Níall. 

Uarimius Srotus bii; a.d. I0S7 
[^IOGQ), .Vial mao EocAada, rex 
Ulad, oliiit Id. Nov. 'l'his poaldalea 

'iOGt, ' in i/ood pcminci Tlliiper- 

haps ■ignÍGea that Dubdaloithe nc- 
quie9cedinhisde|ioiitlou (A.D. 1060), 
and devoted hia remaining yeiíta 
exclusiTet^ to ruligioui uieruÍMS. 


aíiMcclcc iilcroti. 


aiiiT>5ari TTlac loclainn, tií CCili§, "00 ec i T:;ela6-Ó5 ec 
feptilTnif efc i n-CCfiT)-Tn aca, in maurobo fiegtini. — 
THac Leobelem,' fií btieran, vo mafiba* La mac 1 acoib. — 
ecma|icac»* ^1? S^U, t)© écaiB. 

tlic* efu pfiimtif annuf unT)ecimi Cicli magni 
pafchalif a confcirjucione mtinT)i ; pfiincipium uefio 
TOficii Cicli ma^ni pafchalif ab Incafnacione T)omini 
ec habec quacuof Concuffienref biffeoccilef qt: 6yv 
fecunT>Uf annuf 1nT)iccionif.* 

lct. lan. U11. f., L xx., OCnno T)omini m.* bc^ u^ 
•OubéaC CClbanac, pfiTÍi anmcafa Gfenn 7 CClbann, 1 
n-CCfT)-TTlaca quieuix;: 

"Oubtaé,. T)tiini T)lijcec, T)tif , 

Honbia in f of ai6 flijcec f oef , 

íleTh fuaif m c-onmcaf a, odci'ó, 

CCfiacifi clafúana coem. — ^ 

T)onn6a^ hUa TTlacsamna, fi Ula-D, t>o mafba^ 
m-benncaf a fuif. — T)omnaU, aipcinne£ Lu^bai^ 
aipcinneC *Opoma, a n-éc — CCe-o hUa Ual^aipg t)o 

' Leo beLem, A ; niac (son), having been omitted at íirgt, is ploced overhead 
with reference mark, B. * 6"a6Tna|icac, B. — c-« om., B ; given in C. 

A.D. 10G5. ^* t. m., t. h., M'ith corresponding reference marlu, A ; om., B, 



^Mctusoleum of the hings, — Called 
the cemeUry of the hings, supra^ A.D. 
984 (=935). See Reeves, Amient 
Churciei o/ Armagh, p. 18. 

5 The 9on of Llywelyn. — Called Gni- 
fud in the Brut y Tywy8ogion (a.i>. 
1061), and Grifin in the Annales 
Cambrim (á.d. 1063). In both he is 
Btated to have f alien by the treacbery 
of hi8 own men. 

^Echmarcach. — See Vol. I., p. 
591, note 12. According to Maríanus 
ScotuB, he died in Rome. Donnchnd^ 
filius Briain, de Hibemia atque Ech- 
marcachy rex innarenn (? perhapn, 

f/i Manennf of Manann), virí inter 
8U0S non ignobiles, Romam venientos 
obierunt (1087=1066). 

* Eleventh,-JIh\B Cycle has beeu 
discussed in the Introduction. 

' Third. — ^The second ao-called 
Diony8Ían Great Cvcle commenced 
A.D. 532 (531 of text), tupra, 

^ Four. — The reading in A is ulL 
Concurrentes, The scribe, namelv, 
not understanding the text, mistoolc 
the two fírBt letters of iUi, for u, 
O'Donovan (F. M., p. 887) gives 
Kal. 4 as the lection of C : meaning 
that New Vear's Dav fell oa Wednefi- 



Lochlaiiin, king of Ailecb, died iu Telach-og and wbb [1064] 
buried in Ard*Macha, in the mausoleum of the kings.' — 
The son of Lly welyn,' king of the Britons, was killed by 
the son of James. — Echmarcach*, king of the Foreigners 
[of Dublin], died. 

This is the first year of the eleventh* great Paschal 
Cycle from the formation of the world ; but the com- 
mencement of the third'' great Paschal Cycle from the 
Jncamation of the Lord. And it hath four^ bissextile 
Concurrents and is the second year of the Indiction. 

Ralends c»f Jan. on 7th feria, 20th of the moon, A.D. [1065] 
1065. Dubtach, the Scotsman, chief soul-friend of 
Ireland and Scotland, rested in Ard-Macha : 

Dubthach,* person righteous, dour, 

For him there will be a dwelling roomy, noble^ 

Heaven the soul-friend found, it is seen, 

Donnchadh Ua Mathgamna, king of Ulidia, was killed* 
in Bennchar by his own [subjects]. — Domnall, herenagh 
of Lughbadh and the Herenagh of Druim, their death" 
[took place]. — Aedh Ua Ualghairg took the kingship of 

day in 1064. But, as Rhown in the 
toxt, it fell on Thursda^. Jlabet (not 
KaL) i9 the word in the C. MS. 

The Calendar uae of Concurrents is 
explained in text- books of ChronoIogy. 

Bissextile also dlstinguishes this 
(the 9th) year from the 4th, 15th and 
26th vears of the Solar Cycle of 28. 
These three years (in the Old Style) 
have four Concurrents, but are not 
bissexiile. The Indiction is correct. 

1065. ^ Dúbhtach — His connexion 
wlth Ireland is told in the Brevlary of 
Aberdeen: In qua utriusque Veteris 
et Novi Testaraenti precepta et leges 
accuratissime didicit (quoted iu Ad- 
omnan^ p. 401). He probabIy died 
ou A pilgrimage io Armagh. 

Tbe last line of the quatrain I am 

unable to translate. Thir may be 
for <A[«]íV, contÍHtiedf constant. O'Do- 
novan renders it: *'[In cxchange] 
for hls fair, thln-boardcd domicile.'* 
'His text is: ar a thir clár tana 
coemh (p. 886-7). 

2 Wae Jcilled. — Marianus Scotus, 
A.D. 1088 [ = 1066], says: in templo 
Bennchuir, verno tempore, occiditur. 
His 8layer is given by iiame in the 
third next entr}'. 

^ 'lheir deaih. — O'Conor reads 
Drotna-Anec and gives the equivalent 
as Dromanecensis ; taking a n-ec (their 
death) to be a f actor in a local name. 
Ile adds {obierunt)t to find a verb to 
complete the imaginary sense. Dom- 
naU Rná Herenoffh^ according to native 
idiom, are nominatives absolute^ 


ccMwala ulcTDti. 


^abail tiige Ceneoil-eosain. — bfioDu^ naifia Com- 
^ailU qiii occiTMc fie^em i ni-bennco|i, ■oo mafiboB 
la tii§ 'Oal-n-0CfiaiT)e. — THac Txtiv^ hUi Ceallaig, pi 
hUa-TTlaine 7 hUa piaiébeticais, fii 1apcaii\ Con[n]acc, 
ocafi funv la hCCe^ hUa Concobaip. — Tk)ninalL hUa 
Loinsfig, fii.DaL-n-CCtiai-Be 7 TTltiificefiTOc hUa TTlaeL- 
fíabaiLL, fií Caiitce-bjiacai'De, t)0 mafibaft o hUib-TTleié 
TTlenna-'Ci|ia — ^Leocan, mac Lai-Bsnen, fií 5^^^®^5» '^ 
mafiba^ La Concobufi hUa TTlaeL-SecLainn. — GciíiiLe* 
hUa CCicei'D, pí Ua-n-Gcac, t)o mapba* t)o CheniuL- 

(No* gumaT) afi in ]CaLLainn fi buT) coifi "Oonnca*, 
mac bfiiain bofiuma, t)o be€, fecunT)um aLium Libfium ; 
qui Tximen uiT^eruji mopi anno ppecefiiTO, fecunT)um 
hunc Libpum.**) 

lCaU lan. 1. p., L 1., OCnno T)omini TTI.'* Lx" ui.' 
CCe* hUa Ruaipc, pi hUa-m-bpiuin,* mofirjuuf efc 
fcacim lafi n-opcain fcfiine pacfaia — CeaLLac, mac 
ílluifceficai| hUi CeaLLaig; giLLa-bfain, fii hUa- 
m-bfiuin ; TTlac 8ena[i]n, fii gaiLeng; ^iLLa-TTIoninne, 
mac CCe'Ba mic ui UaLgaifg, | occifi funr. — Cnoifief 

A.D. 1005. ^Chenel, B.— ^^ L m., n. t. h., A ; om., B. 
A.D. 1066. 'Tn-btwiin, A. «— cuf B. 

• Enemjf of [^í.] ComgaU.—The 
murder within tbe church was re- 
garded ta a personal afiFront to tbe 
patron, St. Coingall. 

• Domnall Ua Loinggiffh. — Mari- 
anus ScotuA (ubi tttp.) writes : i ftl 
Tiffemaeg Cluana eiu9 occisua — tlain 
on ihe feaH of Tigernach of Cluain- 
eoÍM (Clonea, co. Monaghan). That 
ia, (Mondaj) April 4. Tbis corre»- 
pondfl with the vemo tempore (p. 15, 
note 2, tupra) oí Donnchad's assaa- 
sination. Strange, that no local 
chronicle noted the date. 

^Another hook. — Thls i^htr hook 
is probab]y the Annals of Boyle, 
which state that Donnchadh went to 
Roir.e on a pilgrimafi^e in tbis year, 
Marianns Scotus (p. 14, note 4, supra) 
also say8 that he went to Rome in 
1087 [=1065]. 

lOGG.—^ Shrine of Patrich—X^' 
parent]y, in Armagh; but the Four 
Masters sav it was af ter plundering 
Clonmacnoise and Clonfert. 

^GiUa'Moninne.—DevoUeof {St.) 
Moninne (yirgtn),of Siieve Galllon, co. 
Londonderrv. Her obit is given supra^ 


Cenel-EogaiiL — Brodur, the enemy of [St.] Comgall,* who [io65] 
slew the king [Donnchadh] in Bennchor, was kiiled by 
the king of Dal-Araidhe. — The son of Tadhg XJa Ceallaígh, 
king of Ui-Maine and XJa Flaithbertaigh, king of the 
West of Connacht, were slain by Aedh Ua Conchobair. 
— ^Domnall Ua Loingsigh,* king of Dal-Araidhe and 
Moircertach Ua Maelfhabaill, kingof Carraic-Brachaidhe 
were killed by the Ui-Meith of Menna-Tire. — Leocan, 
son of Laidgnen, king of Gailenga, was killed by Con- 
chobor Ua Mael-Sechlainn. — Echmhiledh Ua Ateidh, 
king of Ui-Echach, was killed by the Cenel-Eogain. 

(Or it may be [that it is] on this Eiilend [Le. year] it 
were right for Donnchadh, son of Brian Boroma, to be, 
according to another book*. He seems, however, to have 
died in the past year, according to this book.) 

Kalen<ls of Jan. on Ist feria, Ist of the moon, A.D. [106C] 
10€6. Aed Ua Roairc, king of Ui-Briuin, died straightway 
after riflíng the Shrine of Patrict' — Ceallach, son of 
Muircertaeh Ua Ctádlaigh ; Gilla-Braiti [Ua Roaire], king 
of Ui-Brioin, the son of Senan [Ua Leochain], king of 
Gailenga ; Gilla-Moninne,* son of Aedh great grandson 
of Ualgarg [Ua Rnairc], were slain. — Great nutcrop in 
all Irelanii, so' that it impedes the rivers. — ^The successor 

A Xiu óVj *[ =.>2>'v : Qm» Darer- batnr Jíomimme. Oci» Xmnine ficcs 
cvit M'xií^oe noaÚDMtA e*t. Tht aínm in íbíled — \ dnmb poei fa«ted 

S^i't ZMJc^ pwwates a Ihenrj vith ber. ia order that hii ^wecit 
ínltpt!^ la tbe »-c»lieá Cinmícm mi^t camt to hira. Aiid vhat he 

lli«r Fírbii gxrei his ; fir«t súd is thi*. nmelj: .Vta, .Vaa. 
ati^.2^ \2íiA: Q3J«t Darerc:a .... Wlieoce she was cnlled Jíomimmé {Jff 

qsae Mxizs^ .\rxsae w«tS> po9tea \imme). Aaá Xinnine the sage (vns) 
»«££ata fsft 'llar^ínal jl.Dl 514^ the nanae of the pocC* He va^ 

ThercAÍís^»: qx«M:£Í£LJCK aXittce the anthor q4 a beaatifalpoetífnl inT<»- 

saaa&xtc^. TLe exptaaation is ^ren catioo of St. Patrich in tfte natÍT« 

in t&e BiXjc <i LecLfter (p. 271 c) : tongne. preserred in tbe fiooá 0/ 
"il bunc^.úie aíece, ar e^itssed a 

erla^ra ifL Oros ÍMed Ujtítxh n>- , '.S9. ecc — Tbe Latin portíoa 
'^-«fr it^^'^ Aía, \t%. Unde 'Het- •miued in C. 


18 ccMMCcí/x: uLcroti. 

niofi 1 n-efiinn uile,iirfiebelLGc*pltiminibuf. — Comapbci 
*Oaiíie O'Don,*' T)onncaD tiUa T)uiniein*') 7 Cinae^, mac 
mic O'fioíiniaic, fii ConaiUe, in peniT:encia* nio|icui func. 

]CaL lan. 11. p., L scii., CCnno TDomini ÍTl." lx.° uii.' 
8colai|i, mac 1nniiacrai5,ai|icinnecTnuc[f]noma; CCiii- 
cinnec TDuin-leé-slaife* ; CCe'o, mac mic Ualgaifs, i^«in® 
hUa-n-T)uibinnf ecc ; ecéisefin, mac piainn THaín- 
ifC]>e6,i'Don, aif cinnec mainifcpec, in pace •oopmiepunr, 
— SLoise-B La 'Caipp'oeLbac hUa m-bp lain co Loc Cime, co 
pomapbofi von c-fLuaga^ hUa Concobuip> pi Ciapai'5e- 
iuacpa. — CeaLL-Dapa co n-a x^empaLL vo Lofcofi. — OCe'5 
hUa Concobuip (i'oon,' CCe-B in ga beapnaig'), aip-Dfis 
Coici^ ConnacT:, Luam gaifci'B teici Cuínn, vo mapba'B 
La Conmacne 1 car, 1 cofcpaoafi iLe (7* CCe'o hUa 
Concenain'D,pihUa-n-T)iapmaTO,eraLii muLci cum eif*), 
i'Don, Le hCCe-D, mac OCipc uaLLaig hUi Ruaipc, a cac 
'ChupLais-CC'Bnaic : 

Sect^ ni-blicn5na fefcoc, ni f tiaiU, 
Octif mile, mop in btiai'ó, 
gein Cpifc, ni foeb in fniacc, 
Co copéaip CCeD, pi Connacc.** 

B43abif* I ]CL. lan. 111. p., L. xx. 111., CCnno T)omini lTl.°La^** uiit." 
"OomnaLL hUa Cacufai§, aipcinnecT)uin ; CoLman hUa* 
Cpi£a[i]n, pepLeismn CCp'oa-TTlaca"; TTlac in becanai§,' 
comapba ComsaiLL ; Cinae'Bs comapba Coemgin, a'o 
Chpifcum mispauepunc.** — TTlaeL-lf u,comapba parpaic, 

* liebeltcrc, A, B ; but a was underdotted and e placed overhead, B, 
* penecenci, B. — b-b ítl.,t. h., A, B. 

A.D. 1067. 1— glaifi, B — •-» itl., t. h., A ; oni., B. b b f. m., t h., wíth 
relative aigns of reference, A ; om., B. Setz and j^efcac are respectiveljr .uii, 
and .Ix. in the (A) MS. 

A.D. 1068. níepeated by oversight, B. ^ CCip.'omaca, A. ^tíeccananais, 
B. «om., B. b-bom., A. 

1067. * F/ann.— Lector of Monas- 
terboice, whodicd in 1066, suprcu 


Jlal/ of Conn "Id est, the 

north half of Ircland," C. 


[of Colum-cille in the monastery] of Daire (namely, [1066] 
Donnchad Ua Duimein) and Cinaedh, grandson of 
Udhonnac, king of ConaiUe, died in penance. 

Ealends of Jan. on 2nd feria, 12th of the moon, A.D. [1067] 

1067. Scolaighi, son of Innrachtach, herenagh of 
Mucnom ; the Herenagh of Dun-lethglaise ; Aedh, grand- 
son of Ualgarg, steward of Ui-Duibinnrecht ; Ecthigem, 
son of Flann^ of Mainister[-Buithi], namely, the herenagh 
of Mainister[-Buithi], slept in peace. — A hosting by 
Tairrdelbach Ua Briain to Loch-Cime, so that Ua 
Concobuir, king of Ciaraidhe-Luachra, was killed on that 
hosting. — Cell-dara, with its church, was bumed. — Aedh 
Ua Concobuir (namely, Aedh " of the gapped spear "), 
arch-king of the Fifth of Connacht, helmsman of the 
championship of the Half of Conn,' was killed by the 
Conmacni, in a battle in which fell many (and Aedh Ua 
Concenaind, king of Ui-Diarmata and many others with 
them), namely, by Aedh, son of Art Ua Ruairc the 
haughty, in the battle of Turlach-Adhnaich : 

Seven jears [and] sixty, not trifling, 
And a thousand, great the triumph, 
From Birth of Christ, not vain the sway, 
Until fell Aedh, king of Connacht. 

Ralends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 23rd of the moon, A.D. [i860Bi8]. 

1068. Domnall Ua Cathusaighi herenagh of Dun; 
Colman Ua Crichain, lector of Ard-Macha; Mac-in- 
Becanaigh, successor of [St.] ComgalP ; Cinaedh, suc- 
oessor of [St.] Coemghen,* departed to Christ. — Mael- 
Isu, successor of Patrick, [went] upon circuit of Munster 

A.D. 1068. ^ Succettor of [55f.] 
Cifmgall. — Namelx, abbot of Bangor, 
co. Down. The entry m the Fonr 
Masters atates that he was alao auc- 

cessor of St Mocholmog; that Í8, 
bishop of Dromore. 

" Successor oj ISt. ] Coeifi^&e».— That 
Í8, abbot of Glendaloogfa, co. WickIow. 

B 2 


ccHMalcc ulcroti. 

VO]i cumpc niuman cecna pecc, co cuc a Lancuaipc, 
Gcep vcpepal 7 eTiputica. — rnuitEa-D hUa bpiam, 
fiiTiOTnna TTIumaii, vo mapl»a-5 La Pipu ^ebca-* — Vlaic- 
bepcac hlla pep^aiL, pi 'Celcct-ó[i]cc, -00 juin tio 
Cheniut-m-binnis." — "OomnsLl, muc tJeilL, mic lllaeL- 
SecLainn (ition,'' "DomnaLL na m-boec°), i\i CC1L15, -00 
mapba'5 {ition'', mai'om Sicbe'") 'T>'CCe'5 hUa líTlaeL- 
SecLamn, iTion, a ■oepbpacaip. 

lCaL. lan- u. p., l. 1111., CCnno "Oomini m." Lx.° la:^» 
Cobcau, pacapc CiLLe-'oapa, in Chpit-co quieuic — "Dun- 
'Da-Leí^Lav 7 CCji'D-rpaca 7 Unx;a 7 Sop-o' CoLuim-ciLLe 
ab igne 'oiT[r]ipuca[e] Tunc— tiUa CCeóa,pi hUa-pacpac 
CCp-oa-ppaca ; CCei, niac "OubsaiLL, i^cnap CLuana- 
pacna; pLannacan, mac CCefia, popaipcinnec CCp'oa- 
TTlaca, in penicencia" mopcui punc. 
I ]caL. lan. ui. p., L. x.u., CCnno 'Oomini m." Ixx-'' 
Cacupac, mac Caipppi, aipcinnec ITlunsapce,' ■oo éc- — 
rriupcaíi, mac "Diapmaca, pi Lai^en 7 gaLL, tjo ec ec 
■pepuLcup e]-c 1 n-CCc-cLiac. — hOa hGocai'oen, pí "OaL- 
n-CCpaifce, occipup epc a puii'. — pepsaL bUa Lai-qsnen, 
aipcinnec [ph]ocna, -oo ec — giLLa-pacpaic hUa TTlaeL- 
coéaift pepiic mopce immacupa. — CCbbap la, i'oon, mac 

•_ÉbaB. "CinBUb— , B. ='>it!.,t, h.,A,B. "itl, t.h., A; J.ra., t.h-.D. 
A.D. lOfii). ' Sojir. B. = pBnicencia, A, 
A.D- 1070. 1— ce, B. 

*Bolh cet» tmd ifoiMíwBí.—Liler- 
allj-. ftrtnieeii tonpU and offffriniji. 
Tli»t Ihe Bcrtpal (frora the LntÍQ 
SeHpuliini) WM coined ni(mey, rnQ 
h«nlly Ije iníerrwl from Ihe lUstioc- 
tion hera made betweeu ilaelf incl the 
olferÍDgs in kínd. Compire tbe pai- 
aige in thcCoafewÍoQoC St. pMtrÍFÍc: 
Forte autera. qundo baptÍEavi toC 
militt horainnm, ■penverim iii> nliquo 
UlDram vel dlraedio {ltgi—\ 
(cripiule? Dii'ltc raihi el rvddam 

vobis. Alflo ihL' pxprojBÍon in Iho 
Hixlh Cauon ot tho Irisb Sf nod puh- 
liibed by Wuse»cb)cbell \Die Bua^ 
ordmiivjtn dtr abeHdlimilÍMehi KireAr, 
p. 141] : duodceim dlacipoli [ttt/t 
scrípuU] unque vii^nli. 

Uorc líkely, to judgu frara thi.' Brehnn 
Liwi, llie word rupreaenbsd a «luid- 
■rd of vnlue- The meeuiag. nceard- 
inelji «■ould bn thit Ihe «um wu 
raide up of the proceoda af ■ rale. 
suiuJeracnleJ b_v V'ilunmrj' coHtri- 



the finst time, so that he took away hls full circuit [ioGS]Bia. 
[amount], both ccsa and donation-s'. — Murcliadh XJa 
Briain,' royal hcir of Munster, was Idlltíd by the Men of 
Tebtha.— Flaithbertach Ua Fergail, ím^ of Telacli-oc, 
was wounded [mortal]y] by the Cenel-Binnigh. — Dom- 
nall, son of Niall, son of Mael-Sechlainn (namely, Dom- 
nali " of the poor "), i fitícr of Ailech, was killed (that is, 
[in] the Defeat of Sithbe) by Aedh, grandhon of Mael- 
Seehlainn, namelj, his brother. 

Halends of Jan. on 5th feria, 4th of the moon, A.D, [106O] 
lOG!). Cobtbach, priest of Cell-dara,^ rested in Christ. — 
Dun-diulethglas and Árd-aratha and Luaca and Sord of 
[St.] Colum-cille were wasted by fire. — Uh. Aedha, king of 
Ui-Fiachrach of Ai-d-sratha ; Aedli, son of Dubghall, vice- 
abbot of Cluain-Fiachna ; Flannacan, son of Aedh, deputy- 
herenagh" of Ard-Macha, died in penance. 

Ralenda of Jan, on tith feria, 15th of the moon, A.D. [io7o] 
1070. Cathusach, son of Cairpre, herenagh' of Mungarit, 
died. — Mui'chadh, aon of Diarmait,' Iting of Leinster and 
of the Foreigners, died° aud was buried in Ath-cliath. — 
Ua hEochaiden, king of Dal-Araidhe, was slain by his 
own [tribesmen]. — Ferga! Ua Laidhgnen, herenagh of 
[F]othan, died. — Gilla-Patraic Ua Maelchotbaigh per- 
ished by a premature death. — The abbot of Ta, nanieJy, 

buliona. Thia in coufirmpd bv the 
cnlry noder llOfi (ti./™)' '" ""'''^h '^" 
«pportÍDiiRieiit ot ibe 1iji-y Usetrorth. 

'Marvlinil Va Brinm. — Mimhad, 
iHatlt^tT, oa BriatH [Murcbnd 
iliort-RhÍeld. gTandsoii of Bríau 
(Bomnu)] occlilitur ineniie Scptcnibcis 
(Matianuii Scolns, a.d. 1090-lOGSJ. 

lOea. ' PrieH «f Ceií-iinrn.— Thít 

in, Chaplain of the nionastery uf Ifas 

t, Brigit, Ki]dire. 

^ fíepatj/'ttrenagh. — Sei' p. 9, nolo 

1070. i/íereiiayA.~BullhBAnuals 
o[ InnisfaUen, whii.'b in Hunater 
uffiira are far more relUhle than the 
Ann&la of Ulnter, slate tbat CatbuHoh 
vaB mrccuoi- o/Deaeon Ifeiian: that 
is, itijljot of Mungret, eo Li[neríck, 

" Ciar7Boi't._Slain Ío 1072, ÍHfra. 

' Died.—Th<s Fonr Místera ny hi« 
dcslh tooli placB "precireljr on Snn- 
dB)-, tbe [«slÍTal of Mírji ia winter." 
Bui iii (hia jMT Dsc 8 fell on Weit- 

Marianus Scotus (a.d. lOOl [^ 


ccMMaLa ulcroti. 

rnic bae€en, vo mafiba'o do mac inT) abao htli 
íHael'Dopai'B. — Caéba|ifi hUa íHaelcoíai'B "do mapba'b 
•Do mac htli*1nT)i|i5e T;p.ia meabaiU — THuiticetiTOC hUoc 
Loinsfis 'oecollacuf efv a f uif. — eilill hUa hCCi|ien§, 
comaiiba Cia|iafi]n, quieuiT;. — THac 5oTin)a[i]n, pefi- 
lei|inn Cenannfa 7 fui ecna Ciienn [quieuiT;]. — ^Treft- 
monn T)abeó[i]c*'D*a|i5ain'T)o RuaiT)pi hUa Cananna[i]n 
eu uinT)icauic T)oniinuf ez T)abeocc anue plenum annum. 
B i3b I ^luniaijxn, mac T)iapmaca, t)0 mafba'5 do T3ua€aib 
Luigne la uaeb cp eice aliaiéniB. — Ui 'Cebca 7 fii Caif ppi 
occifi^ funu. — THael-bpisTje, mac Caéufai^ mic inT) ab- 
aT), pofaifcmnec CCfT)[a]-Tllaca, occifuf epc. 

ICaU lan. uii. p., l. xoc ui., CCnno T)omini m.** Ucx.'* 
1.° Tli tlla'5, iT)on, Ua^ piaépai,^ t)o aépi^a'D la hUa íHael- 
tvuanaig 7 la hUlT^u; acc fomapbaT) in u-tla íHael- 
f u[a]naig fin po cecoifi in bello la TDonnfleiBe hUa 
n-eoca&a. — ^SiUa-Cfifc hUa Clo€oca[i]n, pepleisinn 
CCíiT)a-Tllaca,' in Chtiifco quieuii;. — Ceall-T)a|ia 7 ^l-eTin- 
T)a-lo£a 7 Cluain-T)olca[i]n cíiemau[a]e f unu. 

bif.i lCaL lan. 1. p., l. uii., CCnno T)omini m.** Ixx.** n.*" 
TTlael-TTluipe hUa Tnuipi5a[i]n, aipcinnec 'Cui'5ni§a,* 
quieuir. — ^S^l-^^'Cí^^r^ ^^^ Lon5a[i]n, maep THuman, 
T)o éc. — ^DubT)il, comafba bpijue, in Chpifno quieuic. 
— ^Diapmaii;, mac 1Tlail-na-mbo, fi laijen 7 ^all, t)o 

A.D. 1070. '— Ó5, B. ^vo aixsain, B. • om., B. *» occiffi, B. 
A.D. 1071. i-i hUa VtaitTit, A. 2 cCiivt)-, A. 
A.D. 1072. iom.,B. « T^uiéniXMi, B. 

1060]) has: '' Murchad, oa Mael- 
nambOf oa ^rtoen, obiit verno tempore. 
Murchad, grandaon of Mael-na-mbo, 
fand] dcscendant of Brian [Boruma] 
áied in spring time." Note the double 
use of oa {grandsoH and descendant), 
Murchad was grandson of Mael-na- 
rabo and grcat grandson of Briau, 
whose grand-daughter wa^ Diarmait's 
wife (A.D. 1080 in/ra). 

*•' áun vj' tlie aJbbut, — See Adatnnanj 
p. 402, note b. 

' Ciaran. — That is, the foiuider of 
Clonmacnoise. Accordiug to the obit 
in the Four Masters, Ua hAiretígh 
died as a pilgrim at Clonard, co. Meath. 

* Eminent learned mctn. — Literally, 
sage ofwisdonu The An nals of Innis- 
fallen state that MacGormainwasaleo 
lector of Cloumucnoise. 



the grandson of Baethen, was killed by the son of the [1070] 
abbot' Ua Maeldoraidh. — Cathbarr Ua Maelchothaidh 
was killed by the son of Ua Indirge through treacherj. 
— Muircertach Ua Loingsigh was beheaded by his own 
[tribesmen]. — EilillUa hAiretigh,successor of [St.] Ciaran,' 
rested. — Mac Gormain, lector of Cenannus and eminent 
leamed man* of Ireland [rested]. — The Termonn of 
[St.] Dabeoc was piUaged by Ruaidri Ua Canannain. 
And God and Dabeoc avenged^ before the completion of 
a year. — Iron-knee, son of Diarmait,* was killed by the 
Tuatha-Luighne, in addition to a fora^'' [made by them] 
in Leinster. — The king of Tebtha and the king of Cairpri 
were slain. — ^Mael-Brighte, son of Cathusach son of the 
abbot, deputy-herenagh of Ard-Macha, was slain. 

Ralends of Jan. on 7th feria, 26th of the moon, A.D. [i07i] 

1071. The king of Ulidia, namely, Ua Flathrai,^ was 
deposed by Ua Maelruanaigh' and by the Ulidians ; but 
that [same] Ua Maelruanaigh was Idlled immediately in 
battle by Donnsleibhe Ua Eochadha. — Gilla-Crist Ua 
Clothocain, lector of Ard-Macha, rested in Christ. — CeU- 
dara and Glenn-da-locha and Cluain-dolcain were burned. 

Kalends of Jan. on Ist feria, 7th of the moon, A.D. [io72]Bi«. 

1072. Mael-Muire Ua Muiregain,herenagh of Tuidhnigha, 
rested. — Gilla-Crist Ua Longain, steward of Munster, died. 
— DubdU, successor of Brigit [i.e., abbess of Kildare], 

* A vtngtd, — VincUcavit ; the singu- 
lar ia employed by the Irish idiom, 
wherebj the number of the verb Í8 
determined by that of the next follow- 
ing sabject. 

^Diarmait See A.D. 1070, note 

2) gupra» 

' Foray, — Crtich in the origlnal, 
which O'Conor characteristically 
take8 f or a local designation : propt 
Creich in Lagtnia, 

1071. * Ua FíaíAroi.— Hia proper 

name, as given in thc following year, 
was Cu-Uladh — Hound of Ulidia. 

His predecessor, Ua Mathgamna, 
was slain in 1065, supra, This agreea 
with the regnal list in L.L. (p. 41), 
which assignssix years to Ua FlathraL 

^ Ua Maeh'uanaigh. — There is a 
Lochlaind Mac Maelruauaigh,to whoin 
one month ia assigned in the L.L. 
liat, between Aed Meranach and 
Donnsleibhe Ua Eochadha. But thia 
ia at variance with the Annals. See 
1080, noto 4 ; 1083, note 2, ir^ra. 

24 ccMHalcc ulcroti. 

cuicim 1 caí (cac' OftEa') la Concobiip hlla Tlluebí 
SecLainn, La 1115 T^empac 7 «p J^o'-L 7 LaiÉen 
(i'Don,'' 1 ITIaipc 7' pepc'' 1t) pebpa''). — Cii-lUa'o hUflÍ 
pLacpai 7 TTlac CCppi'oa, pi li1Ja-5obla, tio mapba'5 L 
"OGpcepc m-bpej. — hUa pocapca, pí GiIg, t>o mapbffo h 
htla m-bpiain. — íluai'Spi hlla Cananna[i]n, pi Ceniuib-I 
ConaiLl, "oo inapba'5 La hlla ITlael'Dopai^ (i-ooii,'' Oen-J 
feur-'') — Ppaínsc TJO tiuL 1 n-CCLbain, co cucpacmac pig 
CCLban Leo 1 n-oicipecc 

I |caL lan- ni." p., L- x. uiii., CCnno "Domnn m." Ixx.^ 
in.° bebinn, ingen bpiam, m pepispinacione 1 n-CCpTJ- 
THaca mopcua epc. — ConcotJap hlía Tnael-SecLainn, pil 
7^iíipac,T5omapba'D tio mac pLaim) hlli maeL-fieclatnn 
■oap aipcec bacLu Ipu, bacuLo ppepence. — ^"DomnaLL, mac 
micl1aL5aip5,coifec hUa-n-'0uiT5innpacc; CucaiLLehUa 
pinn, pi Pep-Hoip; Copmac hUa CLo6a5a[i]n. moeaJ penicencia"'mopcui yunz. — SLosot La T3aipp-j 
■oeLbac ilLeic Cumn, co n-nepna cpeic ii-Tiiaipmiíe VOI*' 
1»*''= SaiLenjaiB 7 | co pomapb TTlaeLmop-Da hUa Cacupaig, 
pi bpeag. — Sicpiuc, mac CCtViLaim 7 Tia hUa m-bpioin 
■00 mapba'D 1 ÍTlanainn. 

M|.m.,n.tli.,A: om.,D. '-''ill., t. h. A, B; om., B. •.un-, 

A.D. 1073. •.iin., B. Incorreotlj. "■ peniceiiciu, A. 

1DT2. ■ 7tiiui%.— HaríannB ScoCua 
m^t he 1TU ilaln on Uondav, tha 
Gth. Ditmnail, rui Lai/eH, TÍil. 
Idiu FibrDirii, feria Hcanila, oc- 
clísiií(A.D. 1094 = 1072). 

' Cb- Uladh Va FbUhroÍ. _ Ci- 
Ulad <M Flaithrae, feria BCiU, iiii. 
IiloB F«bru«rii, Dcciditnc (Maríinaa 
S(:ntu!,A.D. 1084 = 1072). Fehntrj 
10 feii on Fndi,y in lh»t re«r. 

' The Fraoti — Th«t is, WUÍÍam 
the Conqaemr and bia forues. Tliv 
Anglo-Saiqn Cliroiiicle (A.D. 1072) 
U)'B thnt Then William a-assed Ihe 
TwchI, Milcolm gsve htm hoBtngeit. 
Aniiingsl lheK, ve Irani trum ii 

«uhsequent entij, A.n, 
Doanchad (calliu] Dancin ÍD t 
Chronicle). He lived tortw«oty-oi 
j-cira at the Engliah Conrt. 

1073. 'Aiinii. "BeTmnT[=ii^ 
{daughttr), k f Dnn relained in tha pi 
died, in Romc, id eat. Ardniagh," C. ■ 

' Cam.-hobar Co-.Uaíí-Síoiot 
Cmirhobor on Hael-SedMaell, 
MÍdi, ix. Ealcndaa Aprilis, Dnmial 
lila Palmanini, oci.'iditi 
Scolus, A.i>. lOaC^lO^a). In lOTÍ 
Eafiler Suad»y lell on llnrch 
Pnlm Sunda; conscqucnllj' Oi 


reated in Cliríst, — Diarmait, son of Mail-na-mbo, king of [10'3] !""■ 
Leinster and of the Foreigners, fell in battle (the battle 
of Otlbbha) by Concbobur Ua Mael-SechlaÍDn, king of 
Tara, and slaugbter of Foreignera and of Leinstermen 
[was inflicted] around Mm (naraely, on Tuesday' and on 
the 7th of the Idea [7th] of February).— Cu-L'Iadh Ua 
FlathraÍ' and Mafi Assidha, king of Ui-Gobla, were 
killed by the [people of the] Sonth of Bregha. — Ua 
Focarta, kingof Eili, waa kiUed byUa Briain. — Ruaidhri 
Ua Canannain, king of Ceuel-Conaill, vcas killed by Ua 
Maeldoraidh (namely, Oenghus). — The Franks' went into 
Scotland, ao that they took away the son of the kÍDg of 
Seotland with them in hoatageship. 

Kalenda of Jan. on 3rd fevia, 18tb of the moon, A.D. [1073 
1073. Bebinn,' daughter of Brian [Boruma], died in 
pilgríoiage in Ard-Macha. — Concobhar Ua Mael- 
Sechlainn,' king of Tai-a, was kiUed by tbe son of Fland 
Ua Uael-Sochlainn in violatíon of the honour of the 
Staff of Jesus,' in presence of theStafl.' — Domnall, grand- 
8on of Ualgarg, chief of Ui-Duibhi«nracht ; Cuchaille Ua 
Finn, king of Fir-Rois ; Cormac Ua Clothagain, steward 
o£ Munster, died iu penance. — A hostÍDg by Tairrdelbach 
[Ua Briain] into the Half of Conn, so that he carried off* 
eountilesa apoil from^ theGailengaandkiliedMaelmordha 
Ua Cathusaigh, k!ng of Bregha. — SÍtriuc, son of Amblam, 
[King of Dublin] and two grandaons of BrÍan [Boruma] 
were kiUed in [the Isle of ] Manann. 

'&affo/Jtm.—X croiicr Is, 
y belÍBTed to liave been fi 
bj OBT Lord In St Pntriefc. At firit 
preMrred in AmiíBh, it wur brought 
to Duiilid «t Ihe end oí ttie titelfth 
cenlurjr, wbere it wm deilroj-ed bj 
Ihe RBformeii in 1638. Sea O'Cnirv, 
U3. MalvriaU, p. UOC 

' h/ireance 0/ lke Stag. — From tbis 
«prasinn U maj be infeired th*t Ibe 
UMialiialJuR loak ptaci' iluring Dlviiic 

Serrice. The Anna}, o/ /««ú/oífaii 
■tnle thit Ibe Hin ot Flinil wrested tbe 
Slslt from Coiiebabar and «track 
him with 11, thenbf ciuiing hls 
death. Bcinga retií, it was [irobEblj- 
beinj; bonie st Ihe lime by Ihe Idng 
in the procciaion vX the Palms. 

* Carried oj. — Lilerally, coBI- 

' />y);i(,— Literiillj', upon 


cCMMala uccroti. 

}cáL lan. 1111. p., L axix., CCnno TDomini m.® Ixx." 1111.® 
tDuc ínael-bíienainn (iT)on,' T)ia|imaitf), comafiba 
bfienainn; piaiéeTÍi hUa Ca|io[i]c aifxcinnec tloif-cfie; 
^unan, apT)epfcop S^ll; Copmac hUa TTlael'DUin, fui 
inT) ecnai 7 i^ cfiabaT), fuam uiuam pelicicefi pniepunc. 
— TTlaelmoíi'Da,*'comafiba OCilbe, in pace quieuic. — Cu- 
caijxce hUaCeallais, comajiba íHupUi quieuic.** — OCfiT)- 
TDaca t)0 lofcaft T)ia-Tnaipr; laji m-bellcaine, co n-a 
uiliB cemplaiB 7 cloccaiB, ecefi Raié 7 'Ctiian. — Cum- 
ufcac hUa h6íioT)u[i]n,* cenn bocc Cíienn, porcpeniren- 
i;iam' opx^imam in pace quieuii;. — Rosnall hUa 
fllaT)a^a[i]n,* piT)omna CCilif, occiruf epc a f uif. 

]Cal. lan. u. p., L x., CCnno T)omini m.° bcx.** u.** 5^p- 
(laig, mac' CCmlaim, mic Tlasnaill,* i^i CC€a-cliaé; 
Cinaeé hUa ConbeaéaT), coipuc Ceniu[i]L-binni|, moixiJUi 
funu. — SLoga'B la T^aippT^eLbafi 7 La teí Tnoga iLÍeiu 
Cuinn, co uopjiacriufi co hCCé-piiiT)ea'5, co rafiT^fac 
CCiii§iaLLa maiT)m^ CCíiT)a-monann^ pofi TTluificeíiTíac 

A.D. 1074. ^ln (o/ íA«), B, ^h&tva'óa[i]n, B. ' penecencian), B. 
*1Tlac<yóa[i]n, B. ** itl., t. h., A, B. *»•*> r. m., t, h., A. The omission oí 
the items from the text wa» doubtless an oversight on the part oí the cop^rist. 
Ceatlaig, with the ezception oí Ce, was cut awajr in trimming the edge?. 
The enU'iea are omitted in C. 

A.D. 1075. ^ Occi|yu|*, B. •-*ínac CCfhtaim — sonofAmhlam — intext, 
with no mac Ragnaitt — or, son of RcighncUl — itL, t. h., A; mac mic 
TUlSnaiU/ — ton oj the son (jjrandsoii) ofJRaghnall — in text, B. Thia last in 
lilcewise the reading of C. It is also, wbat is more dccisive, given in tbe Annals 
of Innisfallen. Amhlam is mentioned at 1073, supra ; Raghnall was slain in 
the battlc of Tara, 979 (=980), supra, Hcreby is removed thc " uncertaiuty '* 
(arising írom the A — MS.) which caused Dr. Todd (^War ofthe Gaidhill^ttc^^ 
p. 290) to omit Godfrcy'8 name from the Gencalogical Table Q>. 278). ^'^ r. m. 
Lh., A; text, B. 

1074. ^ Successor of [«Sí.] Bren- 
ainn. — That is, according to the An- 
nals of Innisíalleu, bishop of Ardíert, 
co. Rerrj-. 

^ Uerenagh, — Ile ia called abbot 
in the Anniils oí lunisfallen. 

^ Hucctssor flf [íSV.] Ailbe. — Bishop 
of Emly, co. Tipperary. 

* Successor of [*Sií.] Muru, — ^Abbot 
of Fuhan, co. Donegal. 

* Both Cloie and 7%ird— (Literallv , 
httiocen Close and Thirtl.} That is, the 



Kalends of Jan. on 4th feria, 29th of the moon, A.D. [1074] 

1074. The son of Mael-Brenainn (naraely, Diarmait), 
successor of [St.] Brenainn^ ; Flaithemh Ua Caroic, 
herenagh' of Ros-cre; Dunan, archbishop of the Foreigners 
[of Dublin] ; Cormac Ua Maelduin, master of learning 
and in piety, f elicitously finished their lif e. — Maelmordha, 
successor of [St.] Ailbe,* rested in peace. — Cucarrce Ua 
Ceallaigh, suocessor of [St.] Muru,* rested. — Ard-Macha 
was bumed on Tuesday afber May-Day [May 6], with all 
its churches and bells, both Close and Third.' — Cumuscach 
Ua hEroduin,® head of the poor of Ireland, aí'ter most 
excellent penance rested in peace. — Ragnall Ua 
Madadhain, royaI heir of Ailech, was slain by his own 

Kalends of Jan. on 5th feria, lOth of the moon, A.D. [1075] 

1075. Godfrey, son of Amhlam, son of Raghnall, king of 
Ath-diath; Cinaeth Ua Conbeathad, chief of Cenel- 
Binnigh, died, — A hosting by Tairrdelbach and by the 
Half of Mogh^ into the Half of Conn, till they reached 
Ath-fhirdeadh, so that the Airgialla inflicted the defeat 
of Ard-Monain upon Muircertach Ua Briain, a place where 

whole of tbe city. Armagh consisted 
oí the Fort^ or Clote ( hcum in alto 
jHmtum, Book of Anmigb, fol. 20 d), 
and subarbs {svburbana eJuSj ib.) 
The latter were called Thirds from 
their nmnber. See Reeves, Ancitnt 
Chwrchu ofArmagh^ p. 14. 

• Ua hEroduifi, — ^Another obit, evi- 
dently from a differcnt soorce, is given 
by the Foor Masters at 1075. In it Ua 
hErodain is called Abbot of Armagh. 

1075. ^llalj of iío^A.-The 
Southern half of Ireland. So called 
from Mogh lluadat (whcse first 
name was Eogan Taidlech), father of 
AiliU Olum, the father of Eogan 
Mor (namedfrom the grandfather), 
eponymous head of the Eoganachts. 
(L.L. p. 319 b). 

^Niffhís, — Nightf thecontextshows, 
in these Annols and elscwhere, some- 
times signifíes by 8ynecdoche the 
wx^l^fpoVf períod, from nightfall 
to nightfall (cf. té'n-nightffortnight'), 
Festiva sancti Golumbae nox et so- 
lemnis dies nos iuvenit valde tristifí- 
catos (Adamnan, Vita Col.,, iii 45). 
Here the singidar shows that nox and 
dies are taken collectively. The 
Trípartitc Life of St Patríck men-' 
tions the fortg nights of Lent (Part 
ii). The same expression glosses 
fortg nights in the Senchas Mor (ú 
19C). The Book of Armagh (folio 
18 c) has three nights (that is, nighta 
and days). See Ideler, Uandlmch dtsr 
math. u. tech, Chronologiet Berlin, 
1825, vol. i. p. 79 sq. 


CCMMCCla tl(XCT)í1. 

hUa m-btiiain, du i copciicccup ile. — 'Ooniiccrfe liUa Ca- . 
nanna[i]n,i\i [CeniuiL-JConaiU, occij-iir' efc. — ^Domiiall»! 
mac ITlupcaía, pi CCca-cbaí, -oo ec 150 saLup cjii ii-oi'DC©. 1 
— ^DomnaLl hlla CainDeLbatiln ■Domapbaíi tio CCipsiaL-f 

^T* lCaLlan. ui. p., L. rc 1., CCnno T)omini m." lxx.°ui.°' 
5aipbeic hUa Innpeccai^, pi bUa-inGic, pepaiíSl 

**6c TnTDe;5ilLa-Cpirc hUa | 'Duib-oqta, pi pep-manac, l I 
n-T)aim-inip La pipu-ITlanac, occii"i punc. — ^Domiiolt I 
hUa Cpica[i]n, pi hUa-piacpac CCpTia-ppaca, 7 ap imel 
■00 mapbaíi ■n'Uib-t^uipcpi 7 fo Ceniul-m-binnisl 
SLinni. — mupcaíi, mac pLainn hlli THaiL-SecLainn, pl 1 
■Cempac vpi pe cpi n-oi'oci, ■oo mapbafi 1 cLoicc€iu6 1 

B f3ii Cen|anii i'a Tto mac mic maeLa[i]n, pi SaiLenj. — íloiseS I 
La'Caipp'DeLbac 1 Connaccu, co cainic' pi Connocc i n-a 1 
íec, iDot!, Huai-Dpi hUa Concobaip. — TTIaiTim beLac pia ] 
n-CCe-D hlla maeL-8ecLainn 7 pia pepaiC TTIuisi-lca j 
■pop Ciannacc[a], co poLai) a n-T)ep5áp. — CeLe, mac "Oon- ] 
naca[i]n, cenn cpabaT) ejienn, in Chpipco (fuieiiic. — I 
T^opmLaií, ingen Ui pbocapca,' ben' T^ippneLbais hUt I 
bpiain, Tjo ec. 

ÍCaL. lan. 1. p., l, 11., CCnno "Oomini m.*' lxx.° u 
SLoigeíiLa 'CaippTieaLbac hUam-bpiam 1 n-hUib-Ceinn- ] 
peLaig, suppocuibpig mac "DomnaiLL pemaip, iT)on, pl 
hUa-CeinnpeLai§. — macmicmaela[i]n,n)on',pi5aiLens, 
■00 mapbffB La maeL-SecLuinn, La pig T^mpac. — hUa 
Loinsfi^, pi "Oal-CCpaiíe, a puip occii'up epc. — mupcaíi 

A.D. 1070, 'cainis, A, 'úcaiicu Cv oni., DOt l«ing pronoiuimcl), B. . 

1076. ' JVVjítt.— Sre Botu í under 
ibe preceding y*»r. 

'CnmiIion oj Afatlan.~Ti 
F.tch itja (a.d. I0T6; L'is name 
AmlMDi. The^ paUdHfinic «i> U> 

'Starli líaifjíftr, — Lilpr»!!}", rtd 

* Cele — Biabop of LeÍiiBter (Kil- 
darc), otcardÍDg lo Ilie Punr Mutera,^ 
Tliej add tbat be died [probably, a 
pilgrini] in GleDdalonjjb. 


fell many. — Donnchndh TJa Cananiiaiii, king of Cenel- [1075] 
ConaiU, waa slain. — Domnall, aon of Murchadh, king of 
Ath-cliath, died of an illnesa of three nights.' — Domnall 
Ua Caindelhain waa killed by the Airgialla. 

Kalends of Jan. on 6th feria, 21nt of tho moon, A.D. [loTCjBin. 
1076. Gairbeith TJa Innrechtaigh, king of Ui-Meith, ly 
the Men of Meatli ; Gilla-Crist Ua Duibdara, king of 
Fir-Manach. Ín Daim-inis by tho Fir-Manach. were alain. 
— Domnall UaCricain, king of Ui-FÍacrach of Ard-sratha, 
— and slaughter [took place] around him — was killed l)y 
the Ui-Tuirtri and by the Cenel-Binnigh of the Glen. — 
Murchadh, son of Flann Ua Mail-Sechlainn, king of Tara 
for the Epace of three nighta,' was killed in the steeple of 
Cenannus by thegrandsonof MaeIan,'kingof Gailenga. — 
A hosting by Tairrdelbach into Connacht, so that the 
king of Connacht, namely, Ruaidhri Ua Conehobair, came 
into his liouso. — Tho defeat of Belat [was inílicted] by 
Aedh Ua Mael-Sechlainn and by the Men of Magh-Itha 
upon the Ciannachta, so that stnrk slaughter* of them 
was indicted. — Cele,' son of Donnacan, head of the piety 
of Ireland, rested in Cbrist.— Gormlaith, daughter of Ua 

Kalendj3 of Jan. on Ist feria, 2nd of the moon, A.D. 
1077. A hosting by Tairrdelbach Ua Briain into UÍ- 
Ceinnselaif'h, so that he fettered the son of Domnall tho 
Fat, namely, the king of Ui-CeinnBelaigb.-~The grandaon 
of Maelan,' namely, king of Gailenga, was killed by Mael< 
Sechlainn, [that is] by the king of Tara. — Ua Loingsigh, 
king of Dal-Araidhe, was slain by his own [tribesmen]. 
— Murchadh [son of Conchobar] Ua Mael-Sechlaion was 


107T. ' Craixiio» of 3faeliin | adds Ihnt it toolt placo ininiediiitely 

TigerDRch Bod Ibe InnlsfaUi-a AiidaIs BÍter tha uaassitutlon -, tba latl£T, 

w ia plaoing Ihe iliyiní; o[ Hur- before the cnd ot Iwu moDths. 

t iUyer U 107C. The formor ! 


ccMtíalcc ulcroti. 

hUu inael-8eclainn 7)0 mapba-B o pefiaiB T^ebca. — 
niaiT)ni TTlaile-'Deixsi po|i peiiu-TTlanac fiia Cenel- 
eogain 'Celca-o[i]5,' nú i TOjicpa'oup" ile. — Colcti hlla 
eíio'5a[i]n/ cenn bocc CCifi'oe-TTlaca, in pace quieuiu. — 
OCillbe, ingen inT) abaD, ben* 1115 CCiiiíep 7 comafiba 
írioninne 7 ^^Ua-parjxaic, \v\ Caippiii-htla-Cia|i'Dai, in 
penir^enna mopCTi ^mz- — hUa Celeca[i]n, piT)omna 
CCiIi€eii*7 Huapc hUa CaT)Ufai5, occifi funu. 

ICaL lan. 11. p., l. x.111., CCnno TDomini TTl.** lacx.*' uin.*' 
topcan, hua bpiain, vo ecaiB. — ^Leélobup' hUa iai^^- 
nen, iT)on,^ aipT)pi CCipgiaU,* t)0 niapba'5 la Tluai'5pi 
hUa flua'Daca[i]n. — Concobap hUa bfiiain, pi T3elca- 
ó[i]c 7 piT)anina efienn, t)0 mapbao (it)* efc, cum f ua 
uxope*') T)0 Cenel-binms 5^inni. — T)ubefa, in^en 
CCííial5a^a, pacpaicben pij CCiiicep, t)0 ecaiB. 
— ^Domnall, mac mic 'Cisefinain, pi Conmacne ; Caéal, 
mac *OomnaiU, pi Ceniuil*-ennai, Ceniul'-eosain na 
hlnnfi (iT)on,^ im maT)mum TTluisi-leine**'); Concubufi 
hUa TDonnca'fea, fiiT)omna Caifil, occifi funr. — TTlaiTjm 
fOfi tlib-Cpemnainn pia pepaib pepnmuigi 1 Sleib- 
[f]uaiu, 1 ropcaifi ^oU-clafiaig ez aln mului.' CCfi 
fop ConaiUiB fiia n-Uib-íneiu, 1 TOpcaip mac hlli 
T;peoT)a[i]n^ pi ConaiUe. 

•T^Ua-oc, B. '— Da|i, B. *6p.u— , B. "bean, A. •— éeat\, A. 

A.D. 1078. lom., A. 3CCiTVj;íalla,A,B. ^Cenel^B. '•maisi-leane, 
B. *niulcii, B. '*'Oie|voT>an, B. — »aip,T)|xi CCifigiaU/ in beélobufi — 
archHng of Airgialla (jdos) Ltthiohur^ I. m. , t h., A. ; om., B. *»•*» 1. m., t. h., 
A; r. m., t h., B. 

^ Daughter oj the ahhot. — O'Dono- 
van (p. 910) eqnates Ailbe and the 
Buccessor of St. Moninne (of Newry), 
and infera tbat this is an instance of 
a married woman being an abbess. 
But the text of the Four Masten does 

not necessarilv nican this. It can 
signifv that Colca, Aillbe and the 
abbess died. This is pnt bejond doubt 
by the present entry, where the 
mcaniiig is clearlv that Aillbe and 
thc abbeas and Gilla-Patraic, all 



killed by the Men of Tebtha.— The defeat of MaU- [1077] 
derg [was inflicted] upon the Fir-Manach by the Cenel- 
Eogain of Telach-oc, a place where fell many. — Colcu 
Ua Erodhain, head of the poor of Ard-Macha, rested in 
peace. — AiUbe, daughter of the abbot,* wife of the king 
of the Airthir ; and the successor of [St.] Moninne ; and 
Gilla-Patraic, king of Cairpri-XJa-Ciardai, died in penance. 
— XJa Celecain, royal heir of the Airthir, and Buairc Ua 
Cadusaigh were slain. 

Ealends of Jan. on 2nd feria, 13th of the moon, a.d. 
1078. Lorcan, grandson of Brian [Boruma] died. — Leth- 
lobur Ua Laidhgnen, namely, archking of Airgialla, 
was killed by Ruaidhri Ua Ruadhacain. — Concobar Ua 
Briain, king of Telach-oc and royal heir of Ireland, was 
killed (together, namely, with his wife) by the Cenel- 
Binnigh of the Glen.^ — Dubesa, daughter of Amhalgaidh 
successor of Patrick, wif e of the king of the Airthir, died. 
— Domnall, son of Mac Tigemain, king of Conmacni ; 
Cathal, son of Domnall, king of Cenel-Ennai, by Cenel- 
Eogain of the Island fnamely, in the defeat of Magh- 
Leine) ; Concobur Ua Donnchadha, royal heir of Cashel, 
were slain. — A defeat [was inflicted] upon the Ui- 
Cremtainn by the Men of Fem-magh on Sliab-[F]uait,' 
wherein fell GoU-claraigh and others many. Slaughter 
[was inflicted] upon the Conaille by the Ui-Meith, 
wherein fell the son of Ua Treodain, king of Conaille. 


three, died in penance: verj probably 
at Annagh. Colcu was perhaps the 
brother of Curausach Ua hEroduin, 
who died in 1074, supra. 

1078. ^ Cenel'Binnigh n/the Glen, 
■— How it happened that O'Brien was 
fllain by this Tjrone sept appears írom 
the Annals of InnÍBfallen, which state 
that he had received the Idngship 

in Cenel-Eogain (was crowned in 
Tallaghoge). They add (withont 
mention of the wife) that the slajer 
was slain straightway, and that Ken- 
nedv O'Brien received the Wingship. 
^ Sliab-lF']uaiU—Afount [F^uat. 
— The infectedj/ (/A) was omitted 
iu pronunciation. — " Slevfuaid " C 


ccMMaLcc ulcroti. 


I ]cal.1an. 111. p.,l.ac3c 1111., CCnnoT)ofnini TH.^'lxx.* ix.* 
CeaLÍafi hlla Ruana'Ba, aji'oolLani efienn; Cu-Í11i'6e> 
mac mic LoTica[i]n, |ii pepnmui^ ; mac S^LLai'-^OigDe 
hUi Lopca[i]n, fecnap CCfiT)a-niaca; mac Cuinn, cenn 
bocc CLuana-mac-íloif, quieuepuntf in pace.* 

ICaL. lan. [i]u. p., L. u., OCnno *Oomini TH.* Lxocx.,** 
T)onn hUa lerLobu[i]p\ 111 pe|in-mui|i, vo mapba^ t)o 
hUiB-iaéen 1 8Leib-[p]uaiT;. — hUaCiatx'5a[i],i\iCaiíibpe, 
mopcu[u]r efc. — CeaLLac, comapba pguiiaic, namjr 
erc. — T)eíibpop5aiLL,* in^en mic bpiain, ben TDiafimaca, 
mic íTlaiL-na-mbo, "00 écaib 1 n-lmLig. — eocai'6 hUa 
íTletiLis, fii pepn-muigi, "00 maTiba'5 pefi 'ooLum. — 
T)onnfLeiBe hUa eoSa'oa no 'ouL ipn fHumain co 
maiéib ULa-o Laif, ap. cenn ruapufcaiL. — TDai'om CCca- 
e^ jaiL 1 raeB CLocaifi pop pefu'-Tnanac tiia n-TDomnaLL 
hUa tocLainn 7 fia pepaiB Tnui§i-1ca, 1 rojiciiaDUii* 
in5pinnciT)e CCpDa-TTlaca,' iT)on, SiT^piuc hUa Coema[i]n 
7 mac WeiLL hUi 8hefpai§* eT; aLn : 


1 n-Diongnax: laeic a cefibaiT) ; 
Socai'óe bef cen mniam 
"O'iomgtim CCta-efgail.') 

A.D. 1079. 1 l^iUa— , A — ^*-» TnoTWuncuTX, C. 

A.D. 1080. 1— bcnp.t B* ""OeatxbotXBaillCfí om.), B. *Pe|\aiB— , B. 
4 — X)a|V, B. * Tílaca oin., B. ■ fea|ip,ai5, A. — *^ on text space, n. t. h., A; 
onL, B. 

1079. ^Ceallach Ua Ruanadha , 
Cu-l/írfA«.— "Cellach 0* Ruanaa,arch- 
poet of Ireland, Gumie," etc, C. The 
infected d (dh) in Ruanadha and Cu- 
Midhe (Hound of Meath) was not 
pronoonced. For Ua Ruanadha 
(0'Rooney) aee Todd Lecture$, Ser. 
iii, Lect. ii. 

3 GWa-Digde DeroUe of (St.) 

Digde (Virgin). One of the name is 
given in the Martyrology of Tallaght 
at Jan. 6 ; another, at Apr. 25. 

' [^Mael-ChiaraÍM, Devotee of{St.) 
Ciaran]. — Supplied írora the Four 
Masters. See ChrUAian JnscriptionSf 
pp. 6G-7. 

1080. ^3liab [rjiiaí.— »'Slevuaid, 
id estj Mountaine,*^ C. 

* Through Irencherg, — " By sleight," 

'^Noblei. — Literally, worthiet. 

* For the iake of stipend. — The 
translator of C. correctly renders : **to 
bring wages," They "h ere condottieri, 
in fact. 



Ealenda of Jan. on 3rd feria, 24th of the moon, A.D. [1079] 
1079. Ceallach' Ua Kuanadha, ehief bardic professor of 
Ireland ; Cu-MÍdhe," grandson of Lorcan. Itlng of Fem- 
magh ; tlie aon of GiUa-Digde* Ua Lorcain, vice-abbot of 
Ard-Macha; [Mael-Chiarain]' the son of Conn, head of 
the poor of Cluain-mac-Nois, rested in peace. 

Ralends of Jan. on 4th feria, 5th of moon, a,d. 1080. [in>(nnk] 
Donn Ua Lethlobuir, king of Fern-magli, waa líilled by 
the UÍ Latben on Sliab'[F]uait.' — Ua Ciardai. king of 
Cairbri, died, — Ceallach [Celsus], auccesaor of Patriok, 
waí. bom. — Derbfhorgaill, daughter of the aon of Brian 
[Bomiua], wife of Diarmait, son of Mail-na-mbo, died in 
Imlech. — Eochaidh Ua Merligh, king of Fern*magh, was 
kUled through treachery.' — Donn.iloibho Ua Eochada went 
into Munster with tbe nobles* of Ulidia along with him 
for the 8ake of atipend.' — The defeat of the Ford of Ergal 
by the side of Clochar [was inflicted] upon the Fir-Manacb 
by Doranall Ua Lochlainn and by tlie Men of Msgh-Itha, 
wherein ícU tbe persecutors' of Ard-Macba, namely, 
Sitrioc Ua Coemain and the son of Niall Ua Serraigh 

and obhers : 

(The Ford of Ergal [it ia], 

Wlierein beroes cause' the dÍHperBÍng ; 

A multitude sliall be withoiit ilelight 

Froin the confliet of the Ford of Ergal.) 

Thc ADDab of InnÍBfallea, >t 1078, 
(Ute thmt DonDSleíbhe was iluthraned 
■nil went lo O'Bríen, hÍH pUc« bting 
taWen by (Aeil) Ueiuiacli Ua 

Tie prritrutnri (íiijfriBn[i'fo[-i]). 
— O'Codar, lo wbDin nothing Dppo- 
rentl)- pr«eDled any dÍIHciilt/, re»da 
■'n graitiHÍÍde Ai'd. aod tisnitUlea by 
Ornwirn ewtoi Armachanuil Tlie 
tnumlstoi of C Isking his lext to 
b« = Í n-gSnitíH), Teadun It : " ia Ihe 

' WhfrtÍH hera, 

.f. — In 1 


, accordiag la O'DoDovaD , 
truiunbe in dronif naitllaic. The 
editni, howavei. rendersthe woid» [?] 
by "peopleBhsllhereaft«ibetbiira{dÍB- 
pdMd)"! Purthermore (to judgefrom 
the pii[iteil texl), thej'girs the verse in 
two liae», eodio^ respoctivelf iuaterb- 
hnul and Erghail, Butitúaqustiihi 
in fíannaihacht bec gairrl, — hepta- 
gj-Uabic lines eoding m dirajlUbleR. 
The metre ia called pairtt {liort), 


ccHMccla: «lccnT». 

|Cal. lan. ui. p., L a:.ui., CCrino ■Oomini TH," lixar." i.^ 
TTlac Inseipjfice, pi Conaille, tjo niapb(r& o pepaiS 
Pepn-muisi. — IT1a[cJ Cpaic tiUa Oca[i]n,iniiipe Ceniuilrf 
Petijura'; tTlaelmiíi^ hUa TTlaeLpuanaip, pí tiU* 
T^uiiicpi, Cenel-binni§ ^inni ; hUa Ua€mupa[i]ft| 
pi pep-li. occip punr. — liUa TTlarsamna, pi lUa* i 
niopba^ La hUa n-Cocaía i n-THjn-Tia-Leí^Lap. — 55iLLo 
Cpone, uaTaLpacapc CCpDa-TTlaca; hUa flobapTOiS 
aipcinnec Com)6pe' ; piann hUal.opco[iln, uaixiLf'acai 
Lufebai'fe, in penicencia xiopmiepunt. — CopcaC co n-( 
cempLaiC 7 CeaLL-Tia-Lua ab isno 'DiT[p]ipaca[8] func i 

}cáL lan. uii.T'.,L. XE. un., CCnno "Oomini TT1.° Larcjc.°nfl 
^iLLa-CpiiT; hUa TTl aeli:abaiLL, pi Caippce-bpacai^ ; 
I pinncaí, mac CCTÍiaLjaía, coipec CLoinne-bperaiL ; 
'DomnaLL.mac Concobuip hUi bpiain; Cacal, mac CCe-Ba 
hUi Concobaip' ; pLaiíbepcac hUa TTlaeLaTJUin. pi _ 
Luips; Ui'&pin, mac TTlael-TTlmpe, coipec CeniuiL- I 
■]2epa'Dai^,'omnep occipi punc. 

COomnaLL,* Tllac 'Caits hUi Concobaip, proamnaJ 
Connacc, T)0 mapba-5 la CocaL hUa Concobaip cpid j 
pett.— CaéaL hUa Concobuip tio cuicim hi ca€ La | 
Tluaiítpi hUa Concobaip, co pocai'5e moip uime'.) 

I |CaL lan. 1. i:., L. ix., CCnno 'Oomini ITI.'' Ucxx." iii.' 
"OomnaLL hUa Cananna[i]n, pi Ceniu[i]t-ConaiLL,' a 
puip occipur efc. — CCeí hUa TnaeL-8e£tainn, pí CCiLig; 

A.D. 1081. 'Conmt— ,A. '— mniwin, B. 'Connejxe.B. 

A.D. 1082. >— buii\, B. 'CeneW, !).—"(. m, 11.1.^^^1* 
gjveii in C. 

A.D. 1088. 1 Conel— . B. 

beraiiH tbe opening llne is (foiir 97I- 
laUes) ihnrl ol the norrnRl number. 
See Todd. Lecl., vbi sup. 

1081. ' Siíward.— Here ígíln. Ihi' 
Four MatUrt eh>Dge mmrt ol tbe 
IFIiter iauU lnto ();t«nM (lord). 

•£7n ilalhgamna.—-ím entry lij 
ni varlnnce witll tba ClidUn regnd<V 
liit (I.l... p. 41), ÍD mdring tr«fl 
Mitheftnina k<ng. Tbe 1 
slon 1a probabl; Ibiil ni 1 
of lanUCiUeii, tn whioli It is n 




Kalends of Jan. on 6th feria, 16th of the moon, A.D. 

1081. Mac Ingerrce, king of Conaille, was killed by the 
Men of Fem-magh. — Ma[c] Craith Ua Ocain, steward^ of 
Cenel-Fergusa ; Maelmithigh Ua Maebnianaigh, king 
of Ui-Tuirtri, by the Cenel-Binnigh of the Glen; Ua 
TJathmarain, king of Fir-Li, were slain. — Ua Mathgamna/ 
king of Ulidia, was killed by Ua Eochadha in Dun-da- 
lethglas. — Gilla-Crone,' eminent priest of Ard-Macha ; Ua 
Erobartaigh, herenagh of Condere; Flann Ua Lorcain, 
eminent priest of Lughbaid,* slept in penance. — Cork 
with its churches and Cell-da-lua were wasted by fire. 

Ralends of Jan. on Ist feria, 9th of the moon, A.D. 

1082. Gilla-Crist Ua Maelfhabaill, king of Carraic- 
Bracaidhe ; Finnchadh, son of Amhalgaidh, chief of 
Clann-Bresail ; Domnaíl, son of Conchobur Ua Briain; 
Cathal, son of Aedh Ua Conchobair ; Flaithbertach Ua 
Maeladuin, king of Lurg ; Uidhrin, son of Mael-Muire, 
chief of Cenel-Feradhaigh, were all slain. 

(Domnall/ son of Tadhg Ua Concobair, royal heir of 
Connacht, was killed by Cathal Ua Concobair through 
treachery. — CathaP Ua Concobair fell in battle' by 
Ruaidhri Ua Concobair, with a great multitude around 

Ralends of Jan. on Ist feria, 9th of the moon, AJ). 

1083. Domnall Ua Canannain, Idng of Cenel-Conaill, 
was slain by his own [tribesmen]. — ^Aedh Ua Mael- 


that Gali-na-gorta Ua Mathganma 
iraa slain in Downpatrick by Donn- 
sleibhe Ua Eochadha. 

» GillarCr(mt,—D9ooUe of (JSt.) 
Crone {Virgin), Seventeen of the 
name are given in the Homon^mous 
Lists of Saints in the Book of LeinBter 
(p. 369 a). 

^ Friett of Lughhaid, — The Annals 
of Inniafallea 8ay he waa lector of 

The Four Maaters reverse the order 
of this and the preceding obit, and state 
(doubtleas hj an error of transcription) 
that Ua Robartaigh (O'Roart^) waa 
herenagh of Louth. 

1082. ^BomtuiU; C<Uhaa.—Theee 
two bracketted items are found in 
Tigernach and the Annala of Boyle. 

' Fell in battle,~Jrhe so-called An- 
nalfl of Loch Ce (oJor.) state that 0*Go- 
nor died a natnral death {mortum ett). 



'36 CCMMdlí 

TTIiiipcepcac hlla Caipill, aificinnec 'Dmn, píi bpe^i^ 
Tiacca 7 feancaiT; TaT)^ hUa CafBj, aipcinnec CiLU 
■na-lua, in pace quieiiepunc. — SiLta-lTloninne, aipcinnel 
Lugbaií, occii'ur' erc- — CCeTi TDepanac tio ba€uT> < 
Luimniuc. — Ri CeniuiL-ennaT* tio mopbaTi la T)onnca6 " 
hlla mael-SecLainn, la pi§ n-CCiLts. — "OoninaLl hUa 
LocLainn tio ^abaiL 11151 CeniuiL-eogain. CpeC pife 
Laip pop ConaiLLiC, co ruc bopoma móp 7 co capat^ 
cuapujTal Tí'on cpeic pin tio pepaib pepn-muigt. 

[bi]".] lcaL- lan. 11. p., L xx., CCnno ■Oomint ITI.'' Imx." 1111.' 
'Ooiinca'o bUa TTlaelpuanats, peppecucop aec[c]Leria- 
pum, ■00 inapba'D ecep copp 7 anmain pepaib-Luip5. — 
5l6nn-T>a-loca,cumpuircempLip,T)oLopcoro. — TTluipe'Bac 
htla Cecnen, aipcmnec CLuana-Coip, vo ecc. — SLogffB 
La "DonnpLeiCe, pi lILaí, co 'Opocac-n-CCca, co capac 
cuapupcaL "00 muc CaiLis hLli Huaipc. Cpec La 'DoiTi-] 
naLL hlla LoíLoinn cap a eip 1' n-ULLcaiS, co cucfaC^B 
bopoma mop- — Sloga'o La pepu TTluman 1 TTltTie 7 ifvl 
pop an fLua5a-& pin crobac Concobup hUa Cecpoía. 
"Oocuocup' Conmacne 1 'CuaÉ-TTlumain cap a n-etpi, 
co poLoiiMíi'ecTtuine'' 7 ceLLa' 7 co pucpac cpei6. — TnaiT^m* 
Tnona-Cpuineotce' pia iec Tílosa i:op "Oonníoé bUa| 
Uuaipc, 1 copcaip hUa Tluaipc (n^on," *Oonnca'&, macl 

'Cai^, B. ' — j^uj-, B. 'Ceriíalr- 

A.D, 1084. ' 0, B, ^^Dan.B. ^uá 'cealAa, B. ° baiu'6, B 
— " Cat montí-ciiuinneosi— aotfÍB n/ ,Voi«-c™i>i'Kojt"— i> ptaeed o 
m»rgín, n. l, h.| upposite Ibeae worda, A. " ill., 1. h., A; oin., B. 

1083. ' fí.rr,m3k. - Tigerniich 

41 ()}, in «hicb (s» jrean are u- 

■nd tlic InniífíUín Annila cnll 

sigtiod lo his reigo. The scriba ml^ 

him, probflblj wiUi juirtict, Comarba 



^Átdh MeraaMk. — Atd tht 

fuTÍoH,. Tigemwh calli him U« 

WM in Ihe flerrice uf O'Brien. 

EoEhadbo, King ol Ulidúu (S«e 

■fiojnjí/(woy.— An IdionuiUo ex- 

lOBO, nolo 4, mpra; ffom which. 

preaaioa, iignilyingtheeiíto.xpodition 

tak«ti wilh pnwnt eiitr}-, ii to be 

m>de bj- a Itmg Bltor liíi iniugura- 

uurrectcd the litt af Kinga in LL. ([>. 



SeehlainQ, king of Ailech ; Muircei'tach Ua CairiU, [I08S] 
herenagh of Diui, doctor of juriaprudeiico and of hietory ; 
Tadhg Ua Taidhg, herenagli' of Cell-da-lua, reated in 
peace. — Gilla-Moninnc, herenagh of Lughbaidh, was slain. 
— Aedh Meranach' was drowned at Limerick.— The kiog 
uf Cencl-Ennai was fciUed by Donnchadh Ua Mael- 
Seehlainn, [that is] by the king of Ailech. — Domnall Ua 
Lochlainn took thc kingship of Cenel-Eogain. A rojfJ 
foray^ [was madu] by him upon Conaille, so that he took 
away great cattle-spoil and gave atipend out of that foray 
to the Mea of Fem-magh. 

Ealends ot Jan, on 2nd ferla, 20th of the nioon, A.D. [ics^Bis. 
1084. Donnchadh Ua Maelruanaigh, persecutor of 
churches. waa killed, both body anj aoul,' by the Men of 
Lurg. — Glenn-da-Iocha, witli its churchea, was hurned — 
Muiredhach Da Cethnen, herenagh of Chiain-eois, died. — 
A houting by Doimsleibhe, king of Ulidia,' to Droehat- 
atha, so that he gave stipend to the son of Cailech Ua 
Euairc. A foray [was made] by Domnall Ua Lochlainn 
after him° into Ulidia, so that they took away gi-cat 
cattle-spoiL— A hoating by the Men of Munster into 
Meath, and it ia upon that hostiug dieJ Concobui- Ua 
Cetfatha. The Conmacni went into Thomond afterthem,' 
so that they bumed forts and ehurches and took away 
spoil. — The defeat of Moin-cminneoice [waa inflicted] by 
the Half &f Mogh upon Donnchadh Ua Euairc. wherein 
fell Ua Ruairc fnaniely, Donnchadh, son of Cailech 
Ua Ruairc) and Cennetigh Ua Briain and others moat 

lOSt 'Bolh bodg and tiul — 

'nmt i«, U« Eocliadha. Se« a.d. 

UU,!llly, btí«:K« b„dj nnd lovl. 

lOSO, nute 4. svpra. 

Thst ÍB, thBt he «u either cupturad 

' AfUT A.m.— That i», whilíl Dona- 

uid pul lo ileith withont beDeSt of 

slriblie was «bient oq th« c.pedition. 

clergj; or ItiUed íd the acL of dese- 

•-VÍ^'A™— WhEE, nflmet.v, the 



ccMwccla tílcrDti. 

Cailig hUi Huaipc**) 7 Cennecis hUa bfíiain ec aln 
pluTnmi (hi* quaTiTToecim'* jcalann t4ouinib|iif*). — ^Dom- 
nall hUa ^^^ilmfie-Baig vo mapba'B vo *Ooninall hUa 
Lo6lainn. — ^5^^^^'P^^^^C' en>oc CCía-cliaé, "00 bacaí.* 
(hoc' anno ecclefia 8ancc[a]e puince ve íloyx)iTiíi- 
éifi punT)aT;a efC*.) 

lCal. lan. iiii.*p., L 1., CCnno 'Domini Tll.*'laxrx.'* u.** 
THac 801U15, aificinnec Innfi-cain-TDega; UgaiTie hUa 
B44c Laitgnen^aiTicinnec | pe|ina;5oíim5alLoi5rec,conia|iba 
fieclef a biiilra 1 n-CCTiT)-Tllaca, f ui* 1 n-ecna 7 1 cfiabax)^ ; 
Tllael-fnecT;ai, mac Lulai§, |ii TTluiTieb; CleiTiec hua 
8elbai'5, aificinnec Copcaigi^ fuam uicam peliciT^fi 
pnie|iunT;. — Tnufica^ hUa TllaelT)0|iai'5, |ii Cen?u[i]L- 
Conaill; ^Oomnall, mac TTlael-Coluim, |ii CClban; 
TnuifieDac, mac Tluai'5|ii hUi Tlua'5aca[i]n ; hUalgaiic 
hUa Tluaific, |iiT)omna Connacc; Oenguf hUa Cain'oel- 
ba[i]n, |ii Loe§ui|ii,* f uam uiT^m inp eliciT:e|i finieíiunu. 

A 47b I ]CaL lan. d. p., L xii., CCnno "Domini VnJ'lxxx.'* ui.® 

TTlael-lfU hUa b|iolca[i]n, fui in ecnai 7 in cpaba'o^^ 

*^l. m., t h., A; om., B, C. ' .3Ciiii.| MS. «-'L m., n. t h., A; om., B. 

A.D. 1085. ^ — 01*06,3. « — aip«)B •.uii.,B. Thescríbetoohthefirsttwon. 
oí 1111. íor ti., a mi8take of írequent recunence. ''-^fui int) ecnai 7 in qfiaboro 
—matíer o/ vitdom and ofpUtff^ B. 

^Tht liih The Four Mastera 

(ad an.^ saj the ^th of the Kalcnd8 
[Oct. 29]. They overlooked x, in the 
xiai, of their original (MS. A). 

^ Giila'Patraic.^Devotee of \SU^ 
Patrick. Ile was consccrated in 
London in 1073 by Lanfranc, Arch- 
bÍ8hop of Cantcrbury, in accordance 
with the request of the Dublín 
clergy. He made a profcssion to 
Lanfranc, from whom he received 
letters dignas valde memoriae (Ap^ 
pendix to Anglo-Saxon Chronicle), to 
be delivered to the king8 of Ireland. 

' This year^ etc, — Given in Iriah in 
the Four Masters. 

8 At, — Lit€rally,o/'. Of the twelve 
given in the IIomonymous Lists (L.L. 
p. d69b), the S&int intendad was moat 
probably Fainche of Lough Ree, whose 
feast was Jan. 1 (Mart. Tal., L.L. p. 
356 c). 

1085. * 'S'uptfríar.— .Literallj, «ic- 
cessor ; but employed here and 
elsewhere in the 8econdary sense oí 
Ruperíor (abbot, or bishop, or both). 
Gormgal was an abbot 

' Mael-snechtaL — His name occors, 



niimerouB (on the 14th* of the Ealends of November [Oct. 
19]. — Domnall Ua Gailmredhaigh was killed by Domnall 
Ua Lochlainn. — Gilla-Patraic/ bishop of Ath-cliath, was 

(This'' year the church of Saint Fuinche [Fainche] at^ 
Bosoirrther was founded.) 

Kalends of Jan. on 4th feria, Ist of the moon, A-D. [1086] 

1085. Mac SoiUig, herenagh of Inis-cain of [St.] Daig; 
Ughaire Ua Laidhgnen, herenagh of Fems; Gormgal 
Loigsech, superior^ of the establishment of Brigit in Ard- 
Macha, eminent in wisdom and in piety; Mael-snechtai," 
son of Lulach, king of Moray; Cleirech Ua Selbaidh, 
herenagh' of Cork, felicitou8ly finished their life. — Mur- 
chadh Qa Maeldoraidh, king of Cenel-Conaill ; Domnall, 
son of Mael-Coluim, king of Scotland ; Muiredach, son of 
Ruaidhri Ua Ruadacain ; Ualgarc Ua Ruairc, royal heir 
of Connacht ; Oengus Ua Caindelbain, king of Loeghaire, 
inf elicitously* finished their life. 

Elalends of Jan. on 5th feria, 12th of the moon, A.D. [10861 

1086. Mael-Isu Ua Brolcain,^ master of wisdom and of 

M grantor oí land to [Stl Drostan, 
in the second Gaelic charter in the 
Book of Déw (a ninth cent. Eran- 
^lifltarium in the Public Library, 
Cambridge). His obit iras thoB 
doubtless recorded in tJie Columban 
Annala; whence it paased into thc 
present Chronicle. 

' fíerenagh — The Annals of Innis- 
fallen call him Comorha, i.e., Buccessor 
of [¥lnn-]barr ; that is, bishop of Cork. 

^ lnfeUcitously, — That is, suddenlj 
or by violence. 

1C86. 1 MaeUsu Ua Brolcain — 
Of Mael-Isu^s poems in the native 
tongue, that in the Book of fíymnsy 
with the rubric Mo/d-Itu dixit, may 
perhaps be ?eckoned as one. It oon- 

sists of three quatrains, praying to títe 
Holy Ghost through Christ The final 
distích embodies well the FiUoque 
clanse of the Nicene Creed : 

A IsUy ronnoeba, 
Rmuoera do Spirut. 

" Jesus! maj Thy Spirit us sanc- 
tify, us save.** 

Another is contained in the TeUow 
Booh of T^can (a MS. in the Library 
of Trinity CoUege, Dublin, classed 
H. 2, 16), coL 886, with the heading 
Mael'lm [MS. form is lhu,'\hUa Brol- 
chain cecinit, It is an invocatíon of 
the Arcbangel Michael in nine stanzas. 

A third is given in Lebar Breo 
(Lith. ed., p. 101), with the inscrip- 


ccMwcclcc ulcrDti. 

1 pli'BeÉT;^ i" Tn-betilai" ceÉTOíi'feai, ftitim' fpiiiiTJtiTn 

emifiT; : 

Sepcicini* lcaloTiTi pebfia, 

001*001 peile pti|ifa piTiTi, 

CC'obac niael-lffti hUa b|U)lca[i]n, 

CCc ! cia T)anac x:\\jom zam nnn f — 

Íllael-Seclainn hlla Pa3la[i]n, aéLoec TX^sai-Di ; íHac- 
beaéax) hUa Concobuipipi Ciapoi'Se ; epccro htlaíllael- 
pogaTnaip, apDeppcop Connacc; ÍTlael-CoeTnsin^ uapal- 
eppcop Ula'5 ; piacn a U í Rona[i]n, aipcinnec Cluana- 
T)olca[i]n,in paceT)opTniepunT:. — CCiíial5ai'5,Tnac Huai'Bfii 
htli Rua'5aca[i]n, t)o ma|iba^ vo pepaiB pepn-Tnuip. — 
'Caiíi|iT)elba£* hUa bfiiain, fii Gpenn, t)0 ec i Cinn-copa'5, 
lap mop maprpa 7 lap n-ai€pi§i poca 7 lap TX^mailc 
CuippCíiifC7 aphola, 1 PfiiT) 1*0 luil, ifin fecTmicr5*' 
blicrbain fecT^mogma'^* a aifi : 

001*061" niai|vc, 1 P|iiT) It; lail, 
1 feil lacoib co n-5lan|iain, 
1 nomaó* pceT;, oDbac 
1n T:-aifiT)fii5 cenn, 'CaififiT^elbac.* 

A-D. 1086. ^*^7piti'Decca — and ofpoetri/^'B. *■* in beplicn — ofthelanguage 
B. 'ftiomif A. ^ — T>eat — ,A. *-*t.m., witbrelative marlu, th.. A: om 
B. — >>*^.tiii.TnaT> btio^in .tacx. ma'D, A, B. «om., B. <* .ix., MS. (A). 

tion Moel'ísu hUa Bro€hcka[t]n 
cedtiit. This is a bilingnal rhTmed 
prayer of seven stanzas to God the 
Son. The opening qoatrain vill 
best show the structure. Its singn- 
larity . no doubt, caused the chronicler 
to class the author as an adept *^ in 
poetrj in either language.** 

Deus meuSf adjuva me^ 

Tucc dam do sherc^ a mic mo De, 

Tucc dam do sherc, a mic mo De, 

Deus meuSf adjuva me. 

(Tbe second line means : Give to 
me Thy love (=love of Thee), O Son 
of my God), 

From the foregoing it is evident 
why Ua Brolcain took the name of 
Mael-Isu — Devotee of Jesus. 

2 Nighi.—^ 1876, note 2, tupra. 

» FvTsa.—XVIL Kal. IFeh.'] Dor- 
mitatio\nis'] Fursei (Mart Tal., L.L. 
866 b). For his Vision (Vol I. p. 97 ; 
where he is erroneousIy 8tyled bishop), 
see Bede, H. E. iii. 19. His death 
(Vol. I. pp. 109, 117) took place pro- 
bably in 660. 

^Alas! etc.— The original of thls 
line is thus given by the Four Masters : 
Acht cidheadh nir trom tamh tinn 
(rendered by 0*Donovan: ** But, 



piety and in poetry in either language, sent forth hia 
spirit : 

The seventeenth of the Ralends of Fehruary [Jan. 16], 

The night* of the feast of Fursa* fair, 

Died Mael-Isu TJa Brolchain, 

Alas* ! who [is there] to whom it is not grievous plague sorel — 

Mael-Sechlainn Ua Foelain, lay-brother* select ; Mac- 
beathad Ua Concobuir, king of Ciaraidhe ; Erchadh Ua 
Mael-fhoghamair, archbishop of Connacht [Tuam] ; Mael- 
Coemghin, archbishop of Ulidia [Down] ; Fiachna Ua 
Ronain, herenagh of Cluain-dolcain, slept in peace. — 
Amhalgaidh, son of Ruaidhri Ua Ruadhacain, was lciUed 
by the Men of Fern-magh. — Tairrdelbach Ua Briain, king 
of Ireland, died in Cenn-coradh, after much sufFering and 
after long penance and after partahing of the Body of 
Christ and of His Blood, on the 2nd of the Ides [14th] 
of July, in the seventh year [and] seventieth of hls age : 

The night of Tuesdaj,^ on the foreday of the Ides of July, 
On the f east of James^ of pure mind, 
On the ninth [and] twentieth^ [of the moon], died 
The stout archking, Tairrdelbach. 


howevcr, not of a heavy severe fit "). 
Thus misled, Colgan perpetuated the 
error: NuUa tarnen infirmitate 
correptus (^AA. SS., p. 108), IIis 
TersioQ has heen adopted by O'Conor 
(note at a.d. 1086 in his cdition of 
the Annali ofUlster). 

^ Lay-broÍlier, — Literally, ex-laic. 
^he aihlotch was the laicM, or /rater 
conversus^ of the latin Monastic 
Rnles: a monk who was neither in 
Holy OrderSf nor bound to recitation 
of the Office. 

Tke {Penitential) Commutaiions (in 
Rawlinaon B. 512, a MS. in the 
Bodleiao Library, Oxford) have: 
Arra na n-athlaech ocus na n-aJthlat- 

cesceiumus — The commutation of Iay- 
brothers and lay-si8ters (is to be set 
forth) first (folio 42 d). As Ua 
Foelain (O'Phelan) was member of a 
ruling family, his humility appeared 
remarkable in the selection cf the 
lowest grade in the monastery. 

^Tu€8day.—ÍM\y 14 fell on that 
day in 1086. For night, see 1075, 
note 2, supra. La (day) being mono- 
8yllabic,aíí/c/4iwasemployed here and 
in the preceding quatrain to produce 
a line of seven syllables. 

"^ On the /east o/ James. — The in- 
cidence of the festival is taken per- 
haps from the Calendar of Oengus 
(whcre the saint is called a hishop). 



ccMwaLa tílaroti. 


'Cai'Bc' iTno|iTio/ a mac, vo éc a cinn líiff.' — TlílaiT)m 
na Cpinca poji THael-Seaclainn fvia LaigniB 7 fiia 
^allaiB, 1 TX)pcaiTi Tlílael-Ciapa[i]n hUa Ca-ouraig, pi 
bpe^ ei; aln muli:!. — THai'Dni fiia n-CCifiTOpaiB poji 
UiB-ecac/ 1 Tx^pcaifi ^OomnalL hUa CCTxei'5. — TílaiT)nn 
GocaiUe fvia n-UllcaiB poji CCiTisiallu 7 t^OT^ tla-flua'5- 
aca[i]n, vú 1 TOpcaifi Cumufcac hUa Laicein, Tii 81I- 
T^uibcifie 7 5iUa-Tíloninne hUa eoca'Ba, niui|ie CLoinni- 
8inai§ ec aLn niuLT;i.* 

]CaL lan. ui- p., L acx.111., CCnno T)oniini TTl.'* Lxxx.* 
U11.** "DoninaLL, mac 5^LLa-pacpaic, |ii On^aigi, vo ec. — 
CocaL hUa Ceijpa'Ba vo mafiba'D "00 Lai§niB. — Cu-fLeibe 
hUa Ciafi'5a[i], fvi Caifibjie, a fuif occifUf efx:. — TílaeL- 
8ecLainn, mac Concobuip, tvi TJeamivac, vo mapba'B La 
Ppu 'Cecba^ | 1 mebaiL (iT)on* 1 n-CC|iT)-acai'B epfcoip 
TTleL*). — T)omnaLL hUaiaiuen vo mafvba'B La T)omnaLL, 
mac THic LocLainn. — Ca€ (1** Copunn^) ecep Uuai'Biii 
hUa Concobaifv, |vi Connacr; 7 CCe-o hUa RuaiTvc, fvi 
Conmaicne, 1 copcaip CCe^ , pi Conmaicne" 7 mai€i Con- 
maicne. — Lon^uf La macu mic Tla^naiLL 7 La mac pig 
ULa'B 1 THanamn, vú 1 rojvcpaDUjv^ maic^mic TtajnaiLL — 
THef* mófv in hoc anno. 

•^om., A. 'uefio, the Latin equivalent, B. ' — 6aéaé, B. 'om., B* 

A.D. 1087. ^'Cetpa, A. *-qfvacafv, B. 'fnaCjA. The omdBaionof 
1 wasdoubtlefls an oversight. * niea|»p, B. »* itl., t.h., A ; om., B. ^*-^ itl., 
t. h., A; i'Don, i Co|iunn — ihat w, in Corann, r. m., t. h., B. ^iT>on, 
CCeTÓ— n<im€/y, Aedh^ itl., t. h, over fvi Conmaicne, B. 

But it ÍB not 80 found in the lIierony- 
mian Martjrologies (^Ácia SS,^ Jun, L 
r»., p. 1), 8ome of which give St 
James of Nisibis and St. James of 
Alexandria at Julj 15. 

^ Ou the piníh [and] twentieth, — 
The Four Masters read lar ndó fichet 
adbath " af ter two (and) twenty died." 
But the change can be detected with 

certaintj. Tho metre is Debide 
(consisting, namely, of heptasjUabic 
lines). The 8yUable short in the read- 
iiig of the Four Masters accordinglj 
betra^s the line in question. The 
29th of the Jnlj moon coincided in 
1086 with the 14th of the solar 
month ; new moon having occurred 
on June 16. Not understanding to 


íaidhc, his son, also died at the end of a month. — [108G] 
The defeat of Crinach [was inflicted] upon Mael- 
Sechlainn by the Leinstermen and by the Foreigners, 
wherein fell Mael-Ciarain Ua Cadhusaigh, kingof Bregha 
and others many. — A defeat [was inflicted] by the 
Airthir upon the Ui-Echach, wherein fell Domnall Ua 
Atteidh. — ^The defeat of Eochaill [was inflicted] by the 
Ulidians upon the Airgialla and upon Ua Buadhacain, a 
place wherein fell Cumuscach Ua Laithen, king of Sil- 
Duibhtire and GiUa-Moninne Ua Eochadha, steward® of 
Clann-Sinaigh and many others. 

Xalends of Jan. on Gth feria, 23rd of the moon, a.d. [1087J 
1087. Domnall, son of GiUa-Patraic,^ king of Ossor^, died. 
Cathal Ua Cetfada was killed by the Leinstermen. — Cu- 
sleibe Ua Ciardhai, king of Cairpri, was slain by liis own 
[kinsmen]. — Mael-Sechlainn, son of Concobur, king of 
Tara, was killed by the men of Tebtha in treachery 
(namely, in Ard-achaidh of Bishop Mel). — Domnall Da 
Laithen was killed by Domnall, son of Mac Lochlainn. — 
A battle [was fought] (namely, in Corann) between 
Buidhri Ua Concobair, king of Connacht and Aedh Ua 
Buairc, king of Conmaicni, wherein fell Aedh, king of 
Conmaicni and the nobles^ of Conmaicni. — ^A fleet [was led] 
by the grandsons of Ragnall and by the son of the king 
of Ulidia into Manann,^ a place where f ell the grandsons 
of Bagnall. — ^A great crop this year. 

irhat the numerals had reference, the 
Fonr Masters changed them to sig- 
nify the regnal jears (22) of the 
deceased. Herein, needless to add, 
thej have been followed bj 0*Conor. 
O'Donovan renders the phrase ** on the 
twentj-second" and make8 no remark. 
*8Uward (nwiré), — Lord (tighemá)^ 
Fcur MoBtera. 

1087. 1 (?»7io-Pa/raíc.— Died A.D. 
1055 (mpra), 

* Nobles. — Literally, good (men). 

* Mannan.—" Id est, Ile of Man." 
G. The grandsonSf there can be little 
doubt, were the sona of the Amhlam 
(Olaf) mentioued at 1075 {si^rd). 

D 2 


ccMMala ularoti. 


(TJpatiflacio'^peliquiapuTn Sancn Micholauii hoc afino, 
fepmmo iDup íTlaii.**) 

bip* lcal. lan. uii. p., l., 1111., OCnno TDomini Tll° lxaxK.° uiii.° 
Cocalan hUa poppei'o, f ui inx) ecnai 7 in cpaba^, 1 T:efv[c] 
"Non íTlaiiT^a, 1 n-lmlig-iBaip, 'Dia-'Oomnai§ 1niT:[e], ni 
pace quieuir : 

Caéalan^ in ctiaBai'fi coiji, 
ba ffiuié famai'D^ ba fenoifi, 
íofi nem, 1 n-a n-^fiianan n-^le, 
,ui'5 1 peiL Ciapain Saisfie.** — 

SLosa'O La *OomnaLL, mac TTIic LocLainn, La í\i§ n-CCiLi§, 
A 47c 1 Connaccu, co TOpT) Ruai-Dfii | paLLu Connaci: vo 7 co 
n-T)eoc(rDupT)ibLinaiB ifiníTlumain,co poLoifceT^Luimnec 
7 in macaipe co T)un-aceT)y co T^ucf ac Leo cenn mic CaiLi§ 
7 co jiococ^Laifec Cenn-copa-o 7 a^iaiLe. — ^T^i^epnac htla 
Ofioein, aificinnecCLuana-mac-Woif, in Chpifuo quieuiT;. 
— OCp móppop ^aLLu CCua-cLia€ 7 Loca-Capman 7 puifiT:- 
Laipgi pia n-Uib-6acac íTluman ifinT) Ló |iomi'5pacufi 
Cop5ai§ T)o apcain. — ÍTlaeL-lfU hUa ÍTlaeL-Shifvic, 
apT)piLe Gpenn, vo éc. 

(hoc'' anno naT^uf efr 'CoippT)eLbac hUa Concobaijb 
fvi OTienn.'^) 

<>-<**n. t. h., A ; om., B ; given in C. 

A.D. 1088. * -parhéa Í8 the genitive emplojed elsewhere in the 
Annals. — • om., B. ^^ f. m., t. h,, with corresponding referenoe mark3, A ; 
om., B. «-«n. t. h., A ; om., B ; gpiven in 0. 

* Translaíiorif etc. — Tlie relics of 
St. Nicholas of Myra were carried 
cff from the church of Myra by 
Bome merchants of Bari, in Italy 
and placed in the church of St. 
Stephon at Bari, on the 9th of May, 
in this year. 

1088. * Sundat/ ofthe heginniny [of 
Lent]. — 0'Conor,by an inexcusable 
blunder, rcndcrs this by Dominica 
in Cluinqnagesima. In 1088, Easter 

f ell upon April 1 6. Quinquagesima 
was, accordingly, Feb. 26. The 
fírst Sunday of Lent, as the text 
correctly states, coincided with the 
fcast of St. Ciaran, March 5th. 
G'Donovan's Shrovetide Sundny 
(F. M. p. 931), which is the same 
as O'Conor^s Quinquagesimaj was 
doubtless taken f rom C. 

^^EUJer—senior.^Tihia bilingúal 
(llibemo-Latin) hendiady8 is em- 



(Translation* of tho relics of Saint Nicholas [took place] [1087] 
this year, on the seventh of the Ides [9th] of May.) 

Xalends of Jan. on 7th feria, 4th of the moon, a.d. [l088]Bis. 
1088. — Cathalan TJa Forreidh, master of wisdom and of 
piety, on the third of the Nones [5th] of March rested 
in peace, in Imlech-ibhair, the Sunday of the beginning [of 
Lent] :i 

Cathalan, the devotee just, 

He was a commaDÍtj elder^, he was a senior ;* 

To heaven, into itti sunnj mansion bright, 

He went on the feast [March 5] of Ciaran of Saighir. — 

A hosting [was made] by Domnall, son of Mac Lochlainn, 
[namely] by the king of Ailech, into Connacht, so that 
Ruaidhrigave thepledgesof Connacht to him andthey went, 
both of them, into Munster, until they burned Limerick 
and the plain as far as Dun-ached [and] carried away with 
tliem the head of the son of Cailech^ [Ua Ruairc] and 
razed Cenn-coradh and so on*. — Tighernach Ua Broein,^ 
herenagh of CIuain-mac-Nois, rested in Christ. — Great 
slaughter [was inflicted] upon the Foreigners of Ath-cliath 
and of Loch Carman and of Port-Iairgi by the Ui-Eachach 
of Munster, on the day they designed to pillage Cork — 
Mael-Isu Ua Mael-Ghiric,® archpoet of Ireland died. 

(This year^ was born Toirrdelbach Ua Concobair, king 
of Ireland.) 

ployed to eke out the line. The 
srvth was the senior of the Latin 
Bole : a monk who acted as coun- 
Bellor to the ahhot and spiritual 
directorto the hrethren. 

• Son of Cailech. — That ia, Don- 
chad, son of Cailech 0*Rourke, who 
was slain in the battle of Monecro- 
nock, 00. Kildare («u/>ra, a.d. 1084). 
Tigemach \8uheod, an,) states that 
his head was carried to Limorick. 

^ And so on, — This expression 
Bignifies that the account which 

tho compiler had bofore him was 
more dififusc. 

'^ Tighernach Ua Broein, — The 
well-known compiler of the AnnaU 
of Tigemach, It seems strange that a 
curt obit likc this is all that was de- 
voted to hiin in the present Chronicle. 

* Mael-Ghiric. — DevGtee of Quiriau 
(or Griais)f martyr, of Antioch : 
commemorated in Ihe Calendar of 
Oengus, at June 16). 

' This t/ear^ ete. — Given in the 
Annals of Boyle VLTiáeT lOSS^ 

46 ccMMato: ulanTi. 

[Cal. lan. 11. p., 1,, 3:^11., CCnno'Doinim m., Ixex., IX.J 
Lu]"<;n "00 loixía'o 7 noi' picic" Timiie "00 loj^au 1 
■Daimliac o phejiaib TTliimaii- — CeaU-'Davici tio lorcod 
cep in hoc anno. — "Donnca'D, mac 'DomnaiLl Tiemaip, \ 
Laisen, a T-uiroccirm' ejT;. — TíluiTíceTicoo liUa l,aiíem» 
pi 8il-'Duibripe, vo éc.— Ciiic [nlseiinanje pep. perin- 
"ii'S' 7 ro'^ai'fie' ancena tio mapbaíi la TiUib-ecaC'^la 
hULlcu 1 SLeiC-[í:]uaii;.— 'DonnCa-D, hua*' SiLla-pacpatc 
pi 0rpai5i-ar'"I'0C'='VT6rC' — 5iLl[a]-pacpaichUaCa- 
Leca[i]n,pecnap CCp'oa-Tnaca.Tioec aiTiceHocLaicmo[i]iL 

jCaL lan. 111. p., t xi. ui., CCnno ■Domini TTl.'ic." Ixh 
bLia-ooin 'DBipi'5^ OsTJOca 7 im> nocoDmaTi bliafiain 
miLi o 5eii Cpifc. TTlael-Duin hUa Rebaca[i]n, comapbo: 
ITlocucu; Cian hUa buacaLla, comapbu Cainni§ 1 
Ciannacc[ai6],inChpipi;opauvauepuni;. — ITl aelpuanoil 
hUa CaipeLLa[i]n, muipe CLainni-'Diapmaca; 5'LLa- 
Cpipc hUa l-uni5, muipe CenniiL-TTlaine, do mapboT) 
1 n-aen Lo pep ijoLum o ■OomnalL hUa LocLainn. — 

A.D. 1080. ■ focQi'Di, B. '— eacac, A.— »*.«. xx., A, B. " mac— 

A.D. 1090. 'twinei'o, B. 

1089. J Were buTru4.—Thej had 
probablj' flod t« tlie clmrah for 

' Some oflhí nabilitg. — Literall^, 
a Inriili/ pnTtion. The Fonr Alaítera 
■tate that twelve tiiiiÍBt« ot Doble 
tribes fell. (For tlie nobh and/res 
Iribes. Boe O'DonOTan, Book of 
RigMi, pp. 17í-fi.) 

O'CoDOr nuHretida the tait 
Ciili Gtrnaide for Ftmmni'jhe acid 
translateB : Pratliunt Oermiditme 
eontra Fmtmoi/eiiieí. C hae "tha 
battla of Gemaide"; bat the 
batUe waa faught a( Sliab-Faait 
(theFeirsmouiitauiB, oo. Armagh). 



i of 

PomiiBll, who died 1087 {ti'pra). 

lOlin. ' (Jgiload.—O Conor ti 
Istea Ogiala \>j narae nun«na(i 
vitli n referenoc tn a.d. 968 {=ii61^ 
tiipra. At the plaoe referred 1 
he reoders lan tadclnir Iíj plitmrÍM 
Humerath poclica ; beoaoie, Boomd- 
Íng Ui him, the Irísb poett noin- 
bered 500 jears &Din 8t. Patríak'a 
adTent in 432 ilown to thejeai SG3 1 
This ÍB Boaroelj' worth refatation, 
TaJclioir is n trell-autlientioatAd 
vord, meuiíng rtrcnioa, return (nl' 
JII laidchur-—thae it notreturn: na 
íírf laídchur—let there nat b« n- 
tura. WiiríbuTgCo^rapDBHFiui, foL 
S*]. nenoe, ia a secondar; «ense, 
it signifiBa Ci/clt. Tha fvll Cyele 
meaDt t.he fn^at Fasohal CjdIh o( 



Ealends of Jan. on 2nd feria, 15th of fche moon, a.d. [io89] 
1089. — Lu8k was burned and nine score persons were 
burned^ in ite stone church by the men of Munster. — 
Cell-dara was burned thrice in this year. — Donnchadh, 
8on of Domnall the Fat, king of Leinster, was slain by his 
own [kinsmen]. — Muircertach Ua Laithen, king of Sil- 
Duibthire, died. — Some of the nobilit^^ of the men of Fern- 
magh and a multitude besides were killed by the Ui-Echach 
and by the Ulidians on SIiab-[F]uait. — Donnchadh, 
grandson^ of GiUa-Patraic, king of 08sory, was slain 
by his own [kinsmen], — Gilla-Patraic Ua Celecain, vice- 
abbot of Ard-Macha, died on the night of great Christmas- 

Kalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 26th pf moon, a.d. 1090 : [1090] 
namely, the fínal year of the Ogdoad^ and the ninetieth 
year above a thousand from the bírth of Christ. Maelduin 
Ua Rebacain, successor of [St.] Mochutu^; Cian Ua 
Buachalla, successor of [St.] Cainnech in Ciannachta,* 
reposed in Christ. — Maelruanaigh Ua Caiirellain, eteward* 
of Clan-Diarmata ; GiUa-Crist Ua Lunigh, stoward* of 
Cenel-Maine, were killed on one day in treachery by 
Domnall Ua Lochlainn. — The stone church of the Relics^ 

532 jeacs, as distinct fromthe solar 
and lonar cjcles of 28 and 19 
reapeciivelj. It is fancifuUj em- 
plojed A.D. 963 (=964), ««p-a, to 
denote that a period equal thereto 
elapsed from the coming of St. 
Patrick, in 432, down to that jear. 
Ogdoad (^Socíc) signifies the 
eight fírst jears of the Cjcle of 
Nineteen. (The remaining eleven 
were called Hendecad^ MtxájQ.) The 
la^t jear thereof being snfficientl j 
desigpoated bj tLe epaot, xxvi. , this 
formal identifícation was super- 
flaous. It was taken apparentl j f rom 
the margin of a Paschal Table. (See 

Bede : De temp. rat.^ cap. xlvi. : De 
Ogdoade et Hendecade.) 

' Successor of[St.23Iochutu. — That 
is, bishop of Lismore, co. Water- 

' Successor of [iS'í.] Cainnech in 
danachta. — " I.e. abbot of Drum- 
achose, in the baronj of Keenacht 
and co. Londonderrj. " (O'Donovan, 
Four Matters, p. 938.) 

* Steward. — Muiró ; lord {tigh' 
ema), Four Masters, 

* Relics. — Literallj, graves. From 
the Book of Armagh we learn that 
a proceBBÍon took plaoe thereto 


ccMtialcc uLcroti. 

T)aTTiLiac na pepTO -oo lof ca-o co cerf T:ai§i[b] ime. — Com- 
'5al eceti *Oomnall, mac ITlic LocLamn 7 íTluipcefVTOc 
hUa bpiain, jii CaifiL^ macpLainn hUi TllaeL-SeCLainn, 
|ii 'Cetíifiach, co caficfac a^ n-giaLLu' uiLi* vo fvi§ CCiLi§. 
(raiTíLec^hUa hegpa -oo eTvsalJaiL^) 

lCaL lan. 1111. p., L uii., CCnno T)omini TTl.** ax;.'* i.** 
THuj^ca'D, mac mic ^OomnaiLL peiíiaiii, "Do mafvba'B 1 
Á47d meBaiL La Cnna, mac *OiafimaT:a. — | 1n Le€ lapíafvac 
•00 Tlaié CCfVT^a-TTIaca^ t)o Lorca-D. — •OonnfLeiBe hUa 
eoca-Ba, fvi ULa'o, vo mapba'o La mac THic LocLainn, La 
fvi^ O1L15, 1 m-beLac 5oínT;-in-íbai|v 1 caí. — THac CCe'5a, 
mic Tluai'Dívi, |vi 1afiíai|v Con[n]acT;, vo éc. — THaeL-lfU, 
comapba paujvaic, 1 quinT)ecim* jCaLann 6nai|v, in 
fenicenT^ia* quieuic. TDomnaLL, mac CCiTiaL^a'ba, t>o 
oifVT)ne'o ifin abT)aine 1 n-a ina'o po ceTX)ifv. — bLia'oain 
TJfva fuéac co n-Degfin in bLia'oain f 1. 

^T-* lCaL lan. u. p., L oc uin., CCnno 'Oomini Tll.° xc*' 11." 1n 
cjvaib'fiec hUa poLLaiíiain^ vo Con[n]acT;ai15 t)o baíu'B. — 
CLuaín-mac-ÍJoif t)o miLLiuT) La pipu THuman. — Uuai^|vi 
hUa Concobuip, ai]VT)pi Con[n]acT;, T)o 'BaLLuT) La hUa 

" giaU-u (that is, the perd. pron. om.), A. ' uile, A. — » c, A, B. 
^*n. t. h., A; om., B. Given in 0. 

A.D. 1091. 1 a:iTiT)maclia, A. — aa, A.— • x.u., A, B. 9 Kal, 
Januarii (Dec. 24), C. 
A.D. 1092. 1 polloTtiain, B. 

every Sunday from the church in 
the Close. The pre^cribed Psalms 
are also given. Fundamentum 
orationÍ8 in iinaquaquc die Dominica 
in Alto Macbae ad Sargif agum Mar- 
tyrum (glossed on centre margixi, 
chi ferti wartur — to grave of relics) 
adcundum ab eoque revertendum : 
id est : Domine, clamavi ad te [Ps. 
cxl.], usque in finem ; Ut quid, 
Deusy repuiisíi in Jinem [Ps. Ixxiii. 
(usque in finem)] et Beati inmacu' 

lati [Ps. cxviii.], uBque in finem; 
Benedictionis [-es, Dan. iiL 67-88] 
et XV. Pealmi Graduum [Ps. cxix.- 

^ The.y. — Namely, Muircertaoh 
and the son of Flann. 

^King of Ailech. — Thatis, Dom- 
nall, son of Mac Lochlainn. 

^ Ua Eghra. — 0*Hara, Iring of 
the Connaught Luighni ; slain in 
1095 by the Conmaicni of Dun- 
more, co. Galway. 



[in Ard-Macha] was burneQ, with one hundred houses [1090] 
therearound. — A meeting between Domnall, son of Mao 
Lochlainn, and Muireertach Ua Briain, king of Casbel 
and the son of Flann tJa Mael-Sechlainn, king of Tara, 
80 that they® gave all their pledges to the king of Ailech.'^ 
(Taitlecíi Ua Eghra® was taken prisorjer.) 

Xalends of Jan. on 4th feria, 7th of tlie moon, a.d. [1^91] 
1091. — Murchadh, grandson of Domnall the Fat, was 
killed in treachery by Enna, son of Diarmait. — The western 
half of the Close of Ard-Macha was burned. — Donnsleibe 
Ua Eochadha,^ king of Ulidia, was killed by the son of 
Mac Lochlainn, [namely] by the king of Ailech, in tlie 
« Pass of the Field of the Yew," in battle.— The son of 
Aedb, 6on of Ruaidhri, king of the West of Connacht, 
died. — Mael-Isu, successor of [St.JPatric^, on the fif teenth 
of the Kalends of January [Dec. 18]- rested in penance. 
Domnall, son of Amhalgaidh, was immediately instituted 
^recte, intruded] into the abbacy in his stead. — A sappy 
year in sooth with good weatber [was] this year. 

Kalends of Jan. on 5th feria, 18th of the moon, a.d. [1092]BÍ8, 
1092. — The Devotee Ua FoUamhaim of Connacht was 
drowned.^ — Cluain-mac-Nois waslaid waste by the men of 
Munster. — Ruaidhri Ua Conchobuir, archking of Con- 
nacht, was blinded by Ua Flaithbertaigh (namelv, 
Flaithbertach) in treacliery. — Muiredach Mac Cartaigh, 

1091. ^Donnsleibe UaEuchadha. — 
He slew his predeoessor, XJa Math- 
ganma, in lOSl, aupra, Thoregnal 
li«t in L.L. (p. 41o) gives him a 
reign oí 30 jears ! 

'[Deo. 18].— Dec. 28, aooording 
to the Annals of Looh Ce ; Dec. 
20, acoording to the Four Mastersj 
who have been followed by Colgan 

{Tr. Th., p. 229). The true date 
cannot be determined in the ab- 
sence of the lunation. 

1092. ^Drowned, — LiLochCarrgin 
(" Cargin's Lough, near Tulslc, co. 
Roscommon," O'DonoTan, F. J/.,Vol. 
ii. p. 942), according to the Annals 
of Boyle. 
2 The cloae of Ard-Machaf eic^ 


ccNMalcc ulcroti. 


piaiéberiTOil (iT)on,** pLaiíbGpTOc*') i mebaiL — THait^e- 
•oac THac Capéaig, pi 6o5anacca CaipL, nio|\i;u[u]r efr:- 
— pLaiébetiTOc, mac 1fluai'5fii hui 1flua^aca[i]n, o UiB- 
Gcac occifur efc. — T)omnaLL, mac'' CCTÍiaL|aT)a, comafiba 
Paijfiaic, pofi cuaifii; CeniuiL-Oo^ain, co cuc a fieifu — 
Rai€ OCifiT)-inaca co n-a i^empuLL vo LofXja'S i quafii;* 
]CaLann Sepnmbefi 7 ffieé vo rftiuin íílofi 7 | fTfiec vo 
<Cpiun 8axan. — Bnna, mac T)iafimaT;a,* pí hUa-Ceinn- 
feLaig, a f^uif occif^Uf e\%. — Connmac hUa CaifiiLLi 
uaf^aL epfxíop Con[n]acr;, quieuix:. — TTlaeL-lfU hUa 
hCCfipact;a[i]n, comafiba CCiLbe, in pace quieuic. 

]CaL lan. uii. f?., L crxc lac, CCnnoT)omini TTl.'' xc° 111.* 
"Donnca-B TTIac Capfiuai^, fii eoganacca Caif^L; 'Cfienaifi 
hUa CeaLLaig, fii bpe§ ; OCe-b hUa bai§eLLa[i]n, fii 
Pefin-ííiuigi ; CCe-o, mac CauaiL hUi Concobaifi, fiiT)omna 
Connacx:, omnef^ occif^i funr. — CCe-b, aificinnecT)aimLiac- 
Cianna[i]n ; CC1L1LL hUa WiaLLa[t]n,comafiba Ciafia[i]n 7 
Cfiona[i]n 7 TTlic T)uac; pouuT), af\T)epfcop CCLban, in 
Chfiifco quieuefiunu. — 8iL-TnuifieT)ai§ vo innafxba['5] a 
Con[n]acraiB vo TTIuificefiTíac hUa bfiiain. — CCe'o hUa 
Cananna[i]n,fii CeniuiL-ConaiLL, t)0 T)aLLu^ LaT)omnaLL 
hUa LocLainn, La fiig n-CCiLi|.— TTlaeL-CoLuim,^ mac 

A.D. 1092.8 iiii., A ; Kaiic, B. s-mcrcai, B. » om., B. »»-»>itL, t h., A; 
oxn., B. « TTiac TTlic— «on of Mac, B. 
A.D. 1093. 1— Colaim, B. 

The remaining Third, that of Mas- 
Ban, was left intact. 

• [^Einsmen]. — That ÍB, according 
to the Leinster regnal List (L.L. 
39 d), Donchad, son oí Morchad 
(1091, suprá) andthe sons of Dom- 
nall (1087, tupra). 

* Successor o/[St.]Áilbe. — That is, 
bishop of Emlj. 

1093. 1 Donchadh Mae Carthaigh, 
etc. — ThÍ8 entry is a tjpical instance 
of the method in which the^e Annals 

were compiled. By omÍBSÍon of 
the respective means and of the per- 
sons whereby death was inflicted, 
foor independent itemn, g^yen as 
Buch in the Four Masters^ are induded 
in one f ormula. It aUo well iUus- 
trates the liability of such Bum- 
maries to serious error. For th« 
AnnaU of Innis/alUVf an authority 
beyond question in MunsteraffairB, 
state that Mac Carthy was killed 
in the preceding year. 



kmg of the Eoganacht of Casliel, died. — Flaithbertach, [1092] 
son of Euaidhri TJa Ruadhacain, was slain by the tJi- 
Echach. — ^Domnall, son of Atnhalghaidh, successor of 
Patrick, [went] upon circuit of Cenel-Eoga in, so that he 
took away his due.— The Close of Ard-Macha^ with its 
church was burned on the 4th of the Kalends of September 
[Aug. 29] and a street of the Qreat Third and a street of 
the Third of the Saxons. — Enna, son of Diarmait, king of 
TJi-Ceinnselaigh, was slain by his own [kinsmen^].— Conn- 
mac XJa Cairill, apchbiahop of Connacht, rested. — Mael- 
Isu XJa hArrachtain, successor of [St.] Ailbe,* rested in 

Xalends of Jan. on 7th feria, 29th of the moon, a.d. [1093] 
1093. — Donnchadh Mac Carthaigh,^ king of the Eoganacht 
of Caahel; Trenair XJa Ceallaigh, king of Bregha; Aedh 
TJa Baighellain, king of Fern-mhagh ; Aedh, son of Cathal 
TJa Conchobair, royal heir of Connacht, all were slain. — 
Aedh, herenagh of Daimliac-Ciannain ; AiliU tJa Niallain, 
suocessor of [St.] Ciaran^ and of [St.] Cronan and of [St.] 
Mac Duach ; Fothud,^ archbishop of Scotland, rested in 
Christ. — The Sil-Muiredaigh were expelled from Connacht 
by Muircertach Ua Brlaiii. — Aedh tJa Canannain, king of 
Cenel-ConaiU, was blinded by Domnall XJa Lochlainn, 
[that is] by the king of Ailech. — Mael-Coluim, son of 

Of the four persons here men- 
tioned, the two Aedhs are given 
in tlie AnmU of Loch Ce. Ua 
Baighellain, thej saj, died a 
natural death. To XJa Goncho- 
bair ÍB appended omim occisi sunt ! 
Thifl affords strong presumption 
that their compiler had the Annals 
of Ulster before him. If 80, it íb 
a olear proof that he did not 
anderstand his original. 

^0f[8t.'\Ciaranandof[8t.'\ Cronan 

and of [St.] Mac Duach.—Th%,t i«, 
Ábbot-bishop of Clonmacnoifie, 
Tomgranej and Kilmacdiiagh. 
O'Donovan (p. 945) erroneouBlj 
take8 the F. M. to mean three 
different persons. 

* Fothud. — See Beevefl, Adamnan^ 
p. 402. The leamed writer's pro- 
posed identification of Fothud with 
Modach, Bishop of St. Andrew's 
{Culdees, Trans. BJ.A., Antiq. 
XXTV. 246), seemB improbable. 


fjctnicclíx uLcroti. 

T)onnca^a, aifiT)rii CClban 7 BcbapT), a tnac, t)0 mafiba'B 
T)0 PriancaiB (iT)on,* 1 n-1nbe|i-0CLT)a 1 8axanaiB*). CC 
fii^an, imofifiOi*' TTlafi^apeua, vo éc T)ia cumai'bfiia cenn 
nomai'oe. — 8il-TriuipeT)ai5 T)Ofií[é]ífi 1 ConnacT;u cen 
cecu^crB. — TTIei"^ niofi in hoc anno. 

A48a ]cal. lan. 1. p., l. x., CCnno T)omini Tn.° acc."* iiii.* 
pLaiébefiuac hUa CCrei-D, fii hUa-n-Bacac, t)0 T)aLLu'D 
La T^onnca-D htla n-Goca'oa, La fii§ ULa'o. — 8Lo§a'5 la 
TTIuificefirac hUa m-brxiain co hCC€-cLiaí, co fioinnafib 
^oppi^ai^ TTIéfianac a fii^e ^aLJL 7 co fiomafiB T)omnaLL 
hUa ITlaeL-SecLainn, fii 'Cenifiac. — CCfi CCifiíe|X T)0 
'De5T)ainil3 (iT)on,* im Ua peT)eca[i]n 7 im T)onn, mac 
Oen^uf^a*) t)o cofi La hULLuaiB. — íluai^fii hUaT)onna- 
ca[i]n,fii CCpa'5; ConcobufihUaConcot5aifi,pi Cianacca,in 
peniT;enr;ia^ mofirui p unu. — TTIaiT^m** fiia 8iL-TTluifieT)ai§ 
pofi 'CuaT)-lTlumain 1 coficfiaT^Ufi' nfii cez,'' ueL pauLo 
pLuf^.** — "DomnaLL, coniafiba parfiaic, pofi cuaifit; 
TTIuman cecna cufi, co t;uc a Lancuaific f^cfiibuiL La 
raeb n-eT)bafiua. — T)onnca'D, mac TDaeL-ChoLuim, fii 
CCLban, t)0 mafiba'D o [a] bpaiufiib péin (iT)on,* o T)om- 
naLL 7 GumonT)*') pefi T)oLum. — T)oínenn mofi 1 n-Gfiinn 
uiLe, T)ia fiopaf^ T^omauu. 

(Caí^ Pi-Snaca, vu hi T)fiocaifi Leé lafiraifi Connacc 7 

^meap B. — »■» r. m., t. h., A, B. ^ ue|io (the Latin equÍTalent), B. 

A.D. 1094. ^ — cia, A. ^ ro|iqfiaT) {í.c.y the contractiun for u|i. was not 
placed above t)), B. — *•*]. m., t. h., A ; om., B. *»-^L m.,t. h., A; r. m. 
t. h., B. «^ c. (contraction for centum, the Latin eqoivalent), A, B. <*-^ 
itl., t. h., A, B. ^ ora., C. " n. t. h., A ; om., B ; given in C. 

* Novtna. — Somaidhe Í8, perhaps, 
from noif nine. According to the 
Anglo Suxon Chroniclef a.d. 1093, 
when the quecn heard of the death 
of her hiisband and son, Bhe went 
with her priest to tho church, re- 
ceived the last rites and praycd God 
that sho might give up thc ghost. 

In the Brut y Tywy8ogion (a.d. 
1001), it i8 statcd she prajed that she 
might not survive and God heard her 
prayer, for by the scventh day she 
was dead. 

^ Into Counacht, — Their expulsion 
by O'Brien foroiB the second entr^ of 
thia ycar. 



Donnchadh, archldng of Seotland and EJward, his son, 
were killed by the 'Frank8 (namelv, in Inber-Alda, ín 
Saxonland). His queen, moreover, Margaret, died of 
grief therefor before the end of a novena.* — The Sil- 
Muiredaigh again [came] into Connacht^ without per- 
mission [of Ua Briain]. — Great crop in this year. 

Xalends of Jan. on Ist feria, lOth of the moon, a.d. 
1094. — Flaithbcrtach TJa Ateidh, king of TJi-Eachach, was 
blinded by Donnchadh TJa Eochadha, [namely] by the 
king of XJlidia, — A hoáting by Muircertach Ua Briain to 
Ath-cliath, 80 that he expelled Geoffrey Meranach from 
the kingship of the Foreigners and killed Domnall Ua 
Mael-Sechlainn, king of Tara. — Slaughter of good persons 
of the Airthir (that is, including Ua Fedecain and includ- 
ing Donn, son of Oengus) was committed by Ulidians. — 
Ruaidhri Ua Donnacain, king of Aradh ; Concobur Ua 
Conchobhair, king of Ciannachta, died in penance. — A 
defedt [was inflicted] by the Sil-Muiredaigh upon Thomond, 
wherein fell thrce hundrcd, or a littlc more. — Domnall,^ 
successorof [St.] Patrick, [went] upon circuit of Munster for 
the first time, so that he took away his full circuit[-dues] 
of cess, along with donations. — Donnchadh,^ eon of Mael- 
Coluim, king of Scotland, was killed by his own brothers 
(namely, by Domnall and by Edmond) in treachery. — 
Great 8everity of weather in all Ireland, whereof arose 

(The battle* of Fidhnach, wherein fell one-half of the 



1094. * Domnallj eíc— This visit- 
ation Í8 not rrentioned in the 
Annals of Inmsfallen. 

' Donchadhj etc, — He had, accord- 
ing to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, 
taken forcible poBsession of the 
throne, on the death of his uncJe, 
in the preceding year. The same 
Chronicle sajrs (a.d. 1095) that he 

-was slaÍD at the instigution of hi8 
unclo, Dufenal [DomnallJ, who 
(A.D. 1094) thu8 sucoeeded him. As 
thi8 agrees with the Innisfallen 
AnnaU, which omit mention of the 
brothera, it is more likely to be 

' Ihe battle, etc, — Given in the 
Annals of Boyle (ad an.), with the 



leic Copcumrmcro la "CvA^, tnac Uu(ii'5pi hUi 
cobtri p'.) 

]cal. lan- ii- v-, l. ra. 1., CCnno "Oomiiii m." xc.* 
Snecca Tnóp tio pepcaiii in Cecain lap lCalainn, i 
pomapb úp ■Doene 7 én 7 cecpa.' — Cenannup co 1 
oemplaiC; "Depmac co n-'a lebpaiG ; CCp-o-ppoía i 
n-acempall 7 iLcella aile apcena cpemac[a]e furti 
— Senoip' ITIac 'niaeL-tTlolua, apT) penoip epenn,in pace 
■Dopmiuic, — "Oubcnc liUa Socuim), uapalpacapc na 
pepca ; "Oonnsup, epfcop CCca-cliac; CCe'ói mac IDaiL- 
Ipu,' i-Don,' mac comapba pacpaic [mopcui'' i'iinc'']. — 
SiLLa-Ciapa[i]n, mac ITlic UaLsaipg, mutpe Iilla-n- 
■Ouibinnpacc, a puip occirup epc^ — htla eicni§, pí 
pep-ITlanac, tdo mapbaí a puip.— ITlansm CCptia-acaD 
pia n-'OaiL-CCpai'De pop llLcu, -díi i copcaip JiLLo- 
ComsaiLL liUa CaipiLL. — t:6iT)m móp 1 n-eptnn, co 
pomapb úp ■Doene, o jCaLainn CCu5u[i]pc co beLlcaine 
lap cinn {njon,'" bLiaDaitt na mopcla'')- — TTIuipcepcafi 
hUa Caippe, muipe CeniuiL-0en5ui"a 7 pi-oomna CC1L15, 
mopicup. — Caipppi Iitla Ceicepnaig, nion, uapaL eppcop 
IiUa-CeinnpeLai5, in penicencia mopicup. — S'^VPP'^S 
TDepanac, pi S'iLli mopcu[u]p e]^. 

^CaL. 1an- 111. p,l- 11., CCnno"Oomini 111-° xc° m.° X 
hUa CCnbei'D, pi "Deipce^ilpc CCipgiaLL; 111 ael-pocpal 
mac epmeDQis, eppcop CCpTi[a]-Tnaca; CoLuim 

A.D. 1096. 'ceotria, B- "gean— , A. 'TTIoet— . A. 
om„A, B; ■■dÍ6d," C. .om., 0. "1. m.. t. h.. A, B : om.. G. 

rariant ín quo redileranl. vmlli íor atotfsthat: TAe ardiiiiiop »/ In- 
du hi drochair lelh ("«lierein fell land, tkf Semor Xac Maildalaa, lUtd 

10B6, ' WrBvght iofoc.— LitorttUj, 
»lfv a ihni'jhlrr. 

' Mael.Moha.— Demlfi' of [.S'(.] 
Molva (of ClDnfert— MuUoe, Kiiig'B 
Go.). A Latin gloiis, hiiTÍii(r no 
reteTenoe %a tlie teit, Ío tho L.B. 
CalendBr oí Oe&gus, at Apcil 16, 

n tke Zrd ej tht láei [II fA] «fApril. 
bide qofttrain which ÍB qaoted]. 
Arehbiihop WUA probablj a Latin 
rcndering ot uaialepniip, cnunent 

' iipnnjHS.— For DanngDi, or Do- 
uatBi, aee Unigan, £e. Hitt., iil. 4SS. 





West o£ Connacht andhalf of Corconiruadb, [was gained] 
by Tadhg, son of RuaÍdbrÍ Ua Concobair.) 

Kalends of Jan. on ^od feria, 21st of the moon, a.d. 
101)5. — Grent snow feli on tbe Wedneadajr after New- 
Tear's Daj [Jan. 3], bo tbat it wrought havoc' of pcople 
Bnd of birda andof cattle, — Cenannus with itschurcbea.Der- 
magh with ita boolts, Ard-sratba with íts churcb, and man^ 
other cburches besides were bumed. — Senior Jlac Mael- 
Molua,*cbiefrcligiouscoiinselloroflreland,fileptinpeacc. — 
Dubhthafh Ca SoebuÍad, arubpriest of tbe [cburcb of the] 
Relics [in Ard-Macha] ; Donngus,'' biahop of Atb-cliath ; 
Aedb,* 9on of Mail-Isu, namolj, the son of the euccessor of 
[St.] Patricli [died].— Gilla-Ciamin, aon of Mac Ualgarig, 
Bteward^ of Ui-Duibbhínnrecht, was slain by his own 
[tribosmen]. — Ua Eicnigh, kÍDg uf Fir-Manach, was killed 
by his own [kiosmen.]— Tbe dcfeat of Ard-achad [was in- 
flícted] by the Dal-Araidhe upon the Ulidians, whorein f ell 
Gilla-ComgbaiU Uu* Cairill. — Grcat plague in Ireland, so 
thot ít wrought havoc' o£ poople, l'rom the Kalcnd [lat] 
ol August to May-day thereaftcr {namal^, thc Year of tbe 
Mortality). — Muircertach Ua CaÍrre, steward of Cenel- 
Oenghuaa and royal hcir of Ailech, dies. — Cairpri Ua 
Ceitbemaigb, eminent biahop of Ui-Ceinnaelaigh [Ferns],' 
dies in ponance.~Geoffroy Mcranacb, king of the 
Foreigners [of Dublin], died. 

Kalenda of Jan. on 3rd fcria, 2nd of tbe moon, a.d. [iooC}bí 
1096. — Flann Ua Anbeidh, king of tbe South of Airgbialla; 
Mael-Patraic, son of Ermedhach, bishop of Ard-Macha' ; 

*AiM,clc. — "HughmacAlfteliiia, 
CoBTb of PatTÍlce, died," C. But tbo 
" Coarb" at thelime woa Doiniiall, 
Bon oí Am»Igli«idli, TIib Muil-Im 
in qQestioQ died 1091 (fxpm,') 

'a'leaerd. — Muire; lord (tig- 
berna), Four Mailen. 

' Ua, etc. — From Ua to peopU (in 
tlie (oUoiriiig entrj), both incliuÍTí , 

ÍH oroitted by O'Conor, wbo re- 
idatIcs ipiarilam litiunf. But Úieto 
ÍB ni) lacuDa ÍD bís US. (B). 

' [/VriM].— Tbo Annala of Innia- 
taUen [ad on.) catl hini bisbop- 
abbot oE Fems. 

lOSe. ' Bishop o/ Ard'ifaclm.— 
Domnall waa titulot Frimate at the 
time. UBoI-Fatriúo VM cvnseorBted 


(xiitiala: tilcroti. 


CCn|ia'Ba[i]n\ aipcinnec íluip-ailinii; piann hUaíHaiiie- 
cá[i]n, ai|icinnec CCenr|iuini, in Ch|iiixo •oofimieiiunT;.— 
Tílaé^amain hUa Se^oai, fii Cofico'ouiBne; Concobu|i 
hUa CCnni'afiai'5, | fii Ciannacc 7 hlla Cein, fii hUa-mio- 
Cai|i€inn, 7)0 comruiuim 1 cliocaiB. — Uamon mó|i pofi 
PefiaiB efienn fiia peil* Goin na blia-Dna fa,co tioéefaific 
T)iar;fiia rfioipcciB comafiba pacfiaic 7 cleijiec n-efvenn 
aficena. — THac T)ub§aiLl hUa maelcoéaié 7)0 mafiboo 
•00 U 1nnei]X5i. — TTluii^cefirac hUa *OuBT)ai, fii htJa-n- 
CCínal^ffDa, 7)0 mafiba-o a T*uif. — ITlouTxrDan hUa Tnoi> 
T;ffDa[i]n, ]\\ Sil-CCnmca-Sa, moficu[u]f^ efc.* — Cu-ULo* 
hUa Ceileca[i]n (Toon,** fii'oamna CCifipall*') "00 mafibo^ 
laCoice'on-e]ienn (i'oon,**la' hUlru"). — 5iLLa-0rr«n,mac 
niic Coficen, fií T)eaLbna, occirur of^ — hUa CoéaiLi 
aificinnec 'Cuama-^fiene, in Chfiirco quieuic. — eo^an 
hUa Cefinaig, aificinnec T)aifie, in no^O-oecim [CaLLann 
Cnaifi quieuic. 

]CaL. lan. u. -p., L x. 111, CCnno 'Domini 01."* axí.'* uii.' 
Lefi§ur hUa Cfiuiméifi, comafiba Com^aiLl, pofx peni- 
cenciam opcimam^ obnu. — 'Ca'os, mac Tluai'opi hUi Con*- 
cobaip, pTOomna Con[n]acu, a puir occirur ^T^ — ^pLan^ 
nacanpua'D, aipcmnec Ruii^Comaín, in pace quieuiu. — 

A.D. 1096. 1 CCíiTxu— , B. « pel, B. '-» le hUllccib, B. » om., B. 
^^ itl., t.h., A, B. 

A.D. 1097. 1 obcimam, A, B. 

for tho exerci{»e of episcopal f tmo* 
tions; as Domnall was, in all proba- 
bility, a la^rman, perbaps a monk. 
His place apparently remained vacant 
until 1109 (infrá), when it was as- 
sumed b^ Caincomrach O'BojIe. 

* Oreat /ear.—See 771 (=772), 
79S(=799),«M/ra. The FoarMaaters 
Btate that thc f ear arosc because the 
Fea8t(Decollation)of John the Bap- 
tist (August 29) fdl on Fridaj in 
1096. But this is puerile ; everj 

festival must fall four times on 
the same day within the BOlar 
Cjcle of 28 jears. Aooording to 
the 80-oalIed Vision of Adanman 
(L.B., p. 268b-269b), great bavoo 
of the men of Ireland was to be 
wrought by a fiery ploughflhare, 
when the anniversar^ in question 
should f all on Friday , in a Biflsextile 
and Embolismal year, at the end of 
a Cycle. The three first-named oon- 
ditions were literally verified in the 
present year. The year waa also to- 



Colum TJa Anradhain, herenagh of Eos-ailithir ; Flann TJa [1096] 
Muirecain, herenagh of Aentruim, slept in Christ. — 
Mathgamain XJa Segdhai, king of Corcoduibhne ; Con- 
chobur Ua Anniaraidh, king of Ciannachta and TJa Cein, 
king of TJi-mic-Cairthinn, mutuallj fell in combats. — 
Great fear [f ell] ^upon the men of Ireland before the feast 
of John of this year, until Qod spared [them] through the 
fastings of the successor of Patrick and of the clergy of 
Ireland besides. — TJa Maelchothaigh, son of Dubhgall, 
was killed by TJa Inneírghi.^ — Muircertach TJa Dubhdai, 
king of TJi-Amhalghadha, was killed by his own [kins- 
men]. — Mottadhan TJa Mottadhain, king of Sil-Anmchada, 
died. — Cu-TJ]adh TJa Celecain (namely, royal heir of 
Airgialla) was killed by the Fifth of Ireland (that is, by 
TJlster). — Qilla-Ossen,* son of Mac Corten, king of Delbna, 
was slain. — ^TJa Cathail, herenagh of Tuaimgrene, rested 
in Christ. — Eogan TJa Cemaigh,herenaghof Daire, rested 
on the nineteenth^ of the Kalend8 of January [Dec. 14]. 

Kalends of Jan. on 5th feria, 13th of the moon, a.d. [1097] 
1097. — Lerghus TJa Cruimthir, successor of [St.] Comgall,^ 
died after most excellent penance. — Tadhg, son of 
Buaidhri TJa Concobair, royal heir of Connacht, was slain 
by his own [kinsmen]. — Flannacan the Eed, herenagh of 
Bos-Comain, rested in peace. — The belfry of Mainister 

wardfl the end, being the f ourteenth, 
of the Gycle of Ninetecn. Assmning 
that the prophecj was well-known, 
theee coincidenoes were BufBioientlj 
8triking to account f or the popolar 

» Ua /nweir^W. -"O'Hindrj" in 
C; not "hifl [own people]," as 
O'Donovan mÍBread iFour Mastert^ 
Vol.ii., p. 954). 

* GiUa-Oisen, — Devotte of [_8t.'\ 
OsBon (of Rath Ossain, Fort ofOssan, 
west of Trim. Mart. Don., Feb. 

17). Ossan is giren in the List of 
Deacons in L. L. (p. 366e). 

^ Nimteenih.-^HhQ F.M. saj the 
eighteenth. But against them are 
to be placed A, B, G (whioh last has 
19 Kal, Jan. ; not, as O'Donoran, 
loc. cit., 8ays, 9 Kal. Jan.) and the 
Annals of Loch Ce (ad an. ). 

1097. ^Successor of [St.'] Comgall. 
— That is, Abbot of Bangor, co. 

^ The wright Ua Brolcain. — His 
obit is given at 1029 (jsupra). 



awwalcc ulcroti. 

B 45d CLoicue£ T11aifiifq[iec[-buiri] co n-a lebpaiB | 7 caip- 
ce'5ait5 ÍTn'baiB vo lopca*. — TTlael-bpisce, mac in i;-fai|i 
hUi biiolca[i]n, uafaLepfcop CiLLe-T)apa7 Coici'S Lai^en, 
pofc penicenciam opnmam quieuix:. — 8Lo§a'5 La muip- 
cepTOc hUa m-bpiain 7 La lec ííloSa co íílag TTluip- 
T^ettine. 8Lo§a^ 'oano La 'DomnaLL hUa tocLainn co 
'Cuaifcepr; Bpenn co ^1*5 ConaiLLe "do éabaipr; coca •ooib 
co pufTxxipniepc T)oninaLL, comapba paq[iaic, po jné 
pií[a]. — tocLann hUa T)ui15T)apa, pi pepn-muigi, tk) 
mapba'S vo Lli[b]-bpiuin bpeipne. — Cnomep mop ip^n 
blicrSain pi: rpica* bLia'Ban* on cnómep aiLe'gupan 
cnome[p]pa^ (iT)on% bLicrSain na cnó pinn ; iT)on, co 
pajaibri pepeT)ac' cnó ap aen pinginn^). 

]CaL lan. ui. p., L. xx. 1111., CCnno T)omini TTl.'* acc." uiii.* 
pLaiébeprac hUa pLaiíbepuai^, pí 1ap€aip Connacc, vo 
mapba'S vo 8iL-TTluipe'oai^. — ^TI^pi Lonf;aT)o LongaiB ^aLL 
na n-lnnpi t)o pLar; t)o ULLtxxiB 7 a paipenn t)0 mapba-B, 
iT)on, pce^ ap cex^S ueL pauLo pLup. — TTlaeL-lpu Ua 
8t;uip, pcpiba ^iLopo^iaeTTlumunenpium,immo omnium 
A 48c ScoTOpum, in Chpipco quieuiT;. — | T)iapmaiT;, mac Gnna, 
mic Diapmarja, pí tai^en, th) mapba'B vo cLainn TTlup- 
ca'ba, mic Diapmaca (iT)on', pop Lap CiLLe-T^apa*). — 

A.D. 1097. '^ araac. blia'óaiTi, A, B. — '. tii.edaé, A, B. — » pa-/Atr, B. 
— í> cnoTTief aile x^ommx\x\—{to ih^) other nut-crop (Jhat happened nexC^ 
before «í, B ; C. follows the order of A. «< r. m., t.h., A, B ; given in C- 

A J). 1098. " .acx. ati .c., A, B. *'»l.m., t h., A ; r.m., t. h., B. 

^Half of Mogk. — Namely, the 
southern moietj of Ireland. 

* Thirty ytars, — The nut-crop next 
preceding is entered at 1066 (tupra^ 

^Sixth. — " Id est, the sixth parte 
of the barrell," C. *' Seiedach is cog- 
Date with the Latin Sextarius and the 
'EienQ\iSe*terot &DáSeztier, a measare 
both of floids and of corn, being 

about a pint and a half, but tbij' 
ing in magnitude in different timet 
and countries," (O'Donovan, Fonr 
MasUrs^ Vol. ii. p. 822.) 

^Penny. — In the Senchu» Mor 
(VoL ii. p. 220), the ping%á,% is one- 
third of the icrepaL In another 
Brehon law tract (O'Donovan, F,M, 
ii, 822) the silver pinginn ís said to 



[-Buithi] with its books and many treasures was bumed. — 
Mael-Bríghte, son of the wright tJa Brolcain,^ eminent 
bishop of Cell-dara and of the Fif th of Leinster, rested 
after most excellent penance. — A hosting by Muircertach 
Ua Bríain and by the half of Mogh^ to the Plain of 
Muirtemhne. A hosting also by Domnall XJa Lochlainn, 
together with the North of Ireland, to the Wood of ConaiUe, 
to give battle to them, until Domnall, successor of Patríclc, 
prevented them under guise of peace. — Lochlann XJa 
Duibhdara, king of Fern-magh, was killed by the XJi- 
Bríuin of Breifne. — Great nut-crop in this year : thirty 
jears^ f rom the other nut-crop to this nut-crop (namely , the 
year of the Fair Nuts ; so that, namelv, [the measure called] 
the Sixth* of nuts used to be got for one penny^). 


Xalends of Jan. on 6th fería, 24th of the moou, a.t>. 
1098.— Flaithbertach XJa Flaithbertaigh, king of the 
West of Connacht, was killed by the Sil-Muiredhaigh. — 
Three ships of the ships of the Foreigners of the Islands 
were wrecked by the XJlidians and their crews^ killed, 
namely, twenty over a hundred, or a Httle more. — Mael- 
Isu XJa Stuir, master of philosoph^^ of the Momonians, 
nay, of all the Scots, rested in Chríst. — Diarmait, son of 
Enna, son of Diarmait, king of Leinster, was killed by the 
Bons of Murcad, son of Diarmait (namely, in the centre 
of Cell-dara). — Eochaidh, successor of [St.] Ciannan,^ died 


weigh seven grmini! of wheat. Thia 
corresponds prettj closelj with the 
Boaian weight (24grain8:^l scmple). 
109a 1 Oeti?*. — LiteraUv, /olk 
(/áireiM»), a coUective snbstantÍTe. 

Master of pkiloiophy, — Lite- 
rallj, Bcrtbe of philosapAjf. Scribe ia 
here emplojed in the senae of 1 Esdr. 
Tii. (Acribae emdito, 11 ; scriba legia, 

21). Portion of the Commentarj of 
St Colnmbanns on Ps. xliv. 2 (Lingna 
roea calamus scribae, etc) is: tam- 
quam cuidam scribae docto calamua 
aptus obseqnitnr (ML f oL 64d). The 
Four Maítert make it scribe and 

*Sticcetsorof[3t'] Ciannan, — That 
Í8, Abbot of Dnleeh, co. Meath. 



ccMwccla uLcroti. 


eoÍQi'o, comafiba Ciannain, popc pemcenT:iam' obiii% — 
flónan htJaT)ainiin,comafibapobuiíipiiiUf eujielisiofUf 
opTnmuf pofCvniael-TTlafiríain hUa CeLlai^ comatiba 
ÍTlhufia [ph]oína, Lafi^ur ec f apienf, in una -oie in pace 
quieuefiunr. — pLaiébeficac, mac 'CiJepnais Oaififici'B* 
connapba Pinnia[i]n, in pepi^fimcrcione quieuii;. — 
T)oninaLL Oa enna, ua^ aL epfx^op lapéaifi Ooppa 7 TObup 
con-oeficLi in 'Domain (f^uí* in úipx) cect;afi'5a[i], i-oon, Ro- 
man 7 na n-gai'oeL"), poyv pemcenciam* opT:imam, f^uam 
uicam peLiciuefi hi "oeci^m] ]CaLann T)ecimbefi piniuir. 
— íTlac íTlafia[i]f^Caifibpec, anmcapaTO^ai-oe^T^omnaLL 
TTlac RobafiTOig, comafiba CoLuim-ciLLe pfii fié, in pace 
•oopmiepunc. — Tnai-om pepcfi-fUiLi'be p)\í CeniuL- 
ConaiLL pia CeneL-n-eogain, 1 TOpcaifi Cicefirac hUa 
'Coipce[i]fit; eu aLn muLn. 

(In^ hoc anno CCeT) hUa tTlaeiL-Ooin, comafiba Ciafiain 
CLuana-mac-'Noif, naruf efc^) 

]CaL lan. uii. f., L. u., CCnno T)omini TTl."* acc.** ix.* 
CCfcaLi; mofi fo efiinn uiLe. — Cenannuf ab igne 
'oif[f]ipaT:a efc. — ^Diafimaii; htlaTTIaeLarsen, aificinnec 
T)uin, I in nocTO pafc[ha]e^ quieuix:. — CeaLL-Dafia [-oe] 
•oemeT)ia pafiTO cfemar;a' efu. — Caencomfiac hUa 
baigiLL T)o gabaiL epfxjoboin' CCfiT)a-TTlacaT)ia-T)omnai§ 
Censcipf. — ^DonncaT), mac TTIic TTlaenai^ abb 1a; 

' — ciani, A. ' n-^oei — , A. — »•* Ijn., tJj., A ; r. m., t.h., B. ^^•^'n.t.h., 
A. ; om.y B ; given in C. 
A.D. 10ÍJ9. 1— |>ca, B. 3_y„o(^;e, B. »— it)©, B. 

* Superior. — Literally, successor (of 
St Fechin of Fore, co. "Westraeath\ 
The Four Masters render religiosu»hy 
rúi^Aíoír (" moderator," O'Donovan, 
ii. 959) I The meaning is that Ronan 
laid aside the abbacj and became a 
simple moDk (presumablj in the same 

' Liberal and iri<e. — Laryus et 

sapiens is translated bv the F.M, 

Zearffhas eccnaidh — Learghas, tbe 
sage ! Furthermore, they state that 
Domnall Ua Robartaigb, Mael-Isu, 
Eochaidh, Ronan, Mael-Martain and 
**LearKhas,'*all six.diedthesameda}*. 

• Successor o/[«S^.]Fmníaii.— Abbot 
of Moville, ca Down. 

7 IXov. 22]._Dec. 1, F,M, A, B 
and C are against them. For Ua 
Enna (0'Heney), who was archbiahop 



after penance. — Ronan Ua Daimin, superior^ of Fobur [1098] 
first and a most exeellent religious af terwards and Mael- 
Martain XJa Cellaigli, successor of [St.] Muni of [F]otlian, 
[a]UberalandwÍ8e [man],^rested in peace on the samedajr. — 
Flaithbertach, son of Tigbernach of Bairrche, successor of 
[St.] Finnian,* rested in pilgrimage. — Domnall tJa Enna, 
eminent bishop of the West of Europe and fount of the 
genero8Íty of the worid, (doctor of either Law, namely, of 
the Romans and of the Gaidil) after most excellent 
penance, finished his life felicitouslj, on the tenth of the 
Kalend8 of December [Nov. 22].*^ — Mac Marais® of Cairbre, 
select 80ul-f riend ; Domnall Mac Robartaigh,® successor of 
[St.] Colum-ciUe for a [long] space, slept in peace. — The 
defeat of Fersad-Suilidhe [was inflicted] upon the Cenel- 
Conaill by the Cenel-Eogain, wherein fell Eicertach TJa 
Toirceirt and many others. 

(In this year Aed XJa Mail-Eoín,'^® successor of [St.] 
Ciaran of Cluaín-mac-Nois, was bom.) 

Kalends of Jan. on 7th feria, 5th of the moon, a.d. [1099] 
1099. — Qreat destitution throughout all Ireland. — 
Cenannus was wasted by fire. — Diarmait XJa Maelathgen 
herenagh of Dun, rested on the night of Easter [April lOJ. 
— Cell-dara was bumed from the half. — Cainoomrac XJa 
Baighill assumed the epÍ8Copacy of Ard-Macha on the 
Sunday of Pentecost [May 29]. — Donnchad, son of Mac 

of Casbel, see Lanigaiif Eccl, Bist. 
oflrelandf Vól iii., p. 455, sq. 

*Mac Maraié.—^GTj probably, he 
who wrote the second charter of the 
Book of Rells ; Oraid do Mac Maras 
tróg ró scrib, etc., * * A Prayer f or Mac 
Maras, the wretched, who wrote,"etc 

^Domnail Mac Rohartaigh. — Abbot 
of KeUs since 1062 ; hence the 
"[long] space*' of the tcxt. He 
appears as one of the grantors in the 
charter mentioned in the previous 

note. See Reeves, Adamnanf p. 400. 

The Annals of Loch Ce (ad an. ) 
omit tbe obit of Mac Marais and re- 
tain obierunt, 

^^Aedh Ua Mail-Eoin.—Mail- 
Eoin signifíes devotee of John (the 
Evangeliát). The obit of this abbot 
is given at 1153 by the F.M» (perhaps 
from the present Annals, which may 
have contained the missing portion 
when the F M. had them in their 

62 ccMwalcc uLcroti. 

tlaíhnacan Ua T11eicnfie,comafiba íHic Leinin[e]; OCnna'o 
hUa ton5afica[i]nf comaiiba Colaim nriic Cfieifiéainn» 
in pace patifauejiunc. — ^8lo§a'B la ííltíijficepcaé hUa 
m-bpiain 7 la Leé THoga co 8Liat5-[ph]uaiT;, co n-Depna 
T)oninall, comapba pacpaic, fi€ ni-bLi(r5na OTOppu 7 
T^uaifcefir 6penn.* — 8Lo§a5 La T)omnaLL hUa toSLoinn 
7 La TTuaifcefii; n-6|ienn cafi 'Cuaim 1 n-ULLraiB. ULa[i}5 
•Dono 1 CpaiB-ceLca ilLon^popi;. Coríipaiciu* a n^í 
mapcpLois : niai'5ep pop niapcpLua§ ULo'B 7 mapbéaip 
hUa CCíhpain ann. pacaiT) ULa[i]'5 lappin aLLongpopu» 
7 Loipcix; CeneL-eogain é 7 uepcaiT; CpaiC-TOcLSa. 
T)obepap 7)0115 lap pin "Da ex^epi 7 comapba ComgaiLL 
iLLaim ppia 'oa ecepi aiLe : 

'Cticta*' geiU tHoD ap eicin, 

Inniftc poóain co f^eig, 

Ca *Oomnall co" loinne íveoriiam', 

Ocuf la 3il Cojain (no**, Clamn^-Cogainj*) f eil. 

*0a ecipe T^pena cucca 

X)o loecpai'ó tllaó o éein, 

1n rpep cen 'oibaD, abb Comgaill, 

*Oo piga'D *Oomnaill htli íleilL 

In nomaiD bliaóain ap nocac, 

CCp mile bliaf)an[-T5ain, MS.] co m-biai'á, 

gem Cpifc, cinnci cen cpina'6, 

1f mnci pofileD fein.** — 

A.D. 1099. * ti- e— , A. *»— 51C, B. • a lonspoTic— /^«> stronghold^ 
A. *>•*> t.m., with oorreeponding mark8, t Ji. , A ; om., B. c-c^eii^g ^f jr^^ 
Masters\ hua piainn mup, leoriiain, MS. (which I do not nnderstand}. 
d^ itL, t, h., MS. 

1099. ^ Successor of [St Colman], 
— ^Thatis, bÍRhop of Cloyne. Anm- 
chadb and Mac-tirc (wolf),eponymou8 
heads of Ui Anmchadha and Ui Mec- 
tire, the two chief families of Ui- 
Liatbain (Barrjmore, co. Cork), were 
respectivelj descended (in tbe niuth 
degree) from Brocc and Ailill, sons 
of Echu Liathain, from whom the 

territorj waa named. Echii, like his 
contemporarj, Nathfraech, King o£ 
Cashel in the first half of the fifth 
centuij, was of the raoe of £oghan 

Mor. (FromMacCaille,8onofBrocc, 
descended tbe neighbouring sept of 
Ui-Mic-CaiUe, ImofciUj.) Ua Mec- 
tire waa thus bishop of his native 
diocese. Benef action to the cathedral 



Maenaígh, abbot of la ; XJamnacban Ua Meictire, successor L^o^^] 
of [St. Colman]^ son of Leinin^ ; Annud XTa Longarcain, 
successor of [St.] Colum, son of Cremhthann,* reposed in 
peace. — A hosting by Muircertach TJa Briain and by Half 
of Mogh to Sliabh-[F]uait, until Domnall, auccessor of [St.] 
Patrick, made peace of a year between them and the North 
of Ireland. — A hosting by Domnall XJa Lochlainn and by 
the North of Ireland past Tuaim into lllidia. The 
TJlidians, howbeit, [were] at Craibh-telcha * in camp. 
Their two horse-hosts encounter : defeat is ínflicted upon 
the horse-host of the didians aud Ua Amrain is killed 
there. Thereafter the Ulidians abandon the camp and the 
Cenel-Eogain bum it and uproot Craibh-telcha. After 
that, there are given to them two hostages and the 
successsor of [St.] Comgall in pledge [///., in hand] for 
two other hostages : 

Taken were the pledges of the Ulidians by force — 
Witnesses tell it accurately — 
By Domnall of [///., with] the fury of the lion,^ 
And by generous Sil-Eogain (or, Clann[-Eogain]). 

Two strong hostages were given 

Of the heroes of the Ulidians formerly, 

The third without fail [was] the abbot [/>., successor] of 

To the royal power of Domnall Ua NeilL 

The ninth year above ninety, 

Above a thousand blooming years, 

From birth of Christ [who was] formed without decay, 

It is in it occurred that. — 

cburch, in all likelihood, caused the 
insertion of his name in the Annals. 

' tíon ofLeinin,— So called in native 
docnmentB, to distingnÍBh him from 
the numerouB other Colmana. Celhnic- 
Lenine (Chnrch of the Son of Lenin) 

is a prebend in the diocese of Clojne. 
The father's name lives lihewise in 
Killiney — Gell-inghen-Lemnef Churoh 
of the Daughters of Lenin. They 
Vere slx virgina. The seventh sister, 
Aglenn, was the first wife of Echaidh, 


ccMwalcc ulcroti. 

T)aAliac (IfiT)a-ffia€a T)o lofcu'B do PepaiB na Cfiaibe 
ipo]x UiB-piacfiac. — Ruai^íii hUa Tlua^aca[i]n, tn eifinti 
A48d CCitiéiall, 7 maccaim | fii^® Bfienn, in quat)tia5efinio* 
quinco* anno fiegni fuii in T)ecinio ^CalenTHipuni TDecim- 
bfiif, fuam uiTOm pniuir. 

bif.» lCaL lan. i. p., Ux. ui., OCnno TDomini TH.** c.° piann 
hUa Cinae'5a, aificinnec CCra-rtiuim, afiT) ollam ÍHí'Be 
[in pace quieuic]. — T^onnca-B ÍHac Coca'oa, fii UUr& 7 
T^fiem^ DO maiíiB tlLa'5 ime, vo §at5ail la T)omnall hlla 
ioclainn, la fii§ n-CCili^, 1 quinijlcalann luin. — CfieS la 
T)omnall htfa Loclainn, co fioofiT: tJefiu-bfieg 7 píne-^atl- 
— Sto^a'D ta íTluiticetiTOc htla m-Otiiain co hBffT^uai'B*. 
— Longuf CCca-ctiaé co hlnif-n-eogain, co fiota^ an-ájfi, 
ecefi baéa'5 7 matiba^. — TTlac mic ^il-l'a-Cotuim tlr T)oiíi- 
naittjfii Ceniuit-Lu5T)ac^,afuif occifUf efc. — CCffÍT) htla 
CCiíitia'óain*, muife T)at-piar;ac ; ^^tta-bfijDi hUa 
Cuifc, íii TTlufctiaiWbfesain ; 5^tta-na-noeB hUa 
hCi'DÍnn, íii hUa-pacfac, mofcui funr;. — ecfi hUa 
TTIaet-muife, fit Ciannacc, vo mafba'D d'ó Chonfiobaip 

A.D. 1099. « Tii Cnom. sg.), B. ^xV a., A.B. 

A.D. 1100. » T>Tieam, B. «h eaf-, A. » Cenit— , B. < hCCmTMróon, 
B. » om,, B. 

sixth ÍQ desccnt from Niall of the 
Nine Hostages. One of ber sons is 
mentioned in Adamnan's Life of St. 
Colnmba (ii. 43) as Columhanus^ 
Jilius Echudi, 0'Clery (^Mart. of 
Donegal, March 6, Nov. 24) errone- 
oudly states they were of the race of 
Aenghus, son (instead of Aenghus, 
brother) of Mogh Nuadhat 

Colman belonged to tbe bardic 
order. The Lives of SS. Senan and 
Brendan (of Ardfert) and (X>rmac*s 
Ohisarg respectiveljr contain one of 
his poetical compositions. Each of 
the three is in a different metre. 

' Successor of [/Sií.] Colum^ son of 
Cremihann.— Namel^, Abbot of Tcnry- 
glas, co. Tipperary, 

* Craibh-telcha. — The wide-hranch» 
ing tree (\\t.\branch) ofthe hill ; under 
which the king8 of Ulidia (cos. Down 
and Antrim) were inaugurated. 

^ Bogal sdon, — ^That is, par ex- 
cellence. Literally, f<úr son of the 
kings ofTreland. 

1 100. * Wiih — Literally, and, Party 
is nom. abs. in the original. 

^Nobles See A.D. 1087, note 1 

They had probabIy gone to oele- 
bratc Pentecost at Armagfa (for the 



The fltone church of Ard-sratha was bumed by the [1099] 
men of Craib against ihe XJi-Fiachrach. — Ruaidhri Ua 
Ruadhacain, king of the East of Airghialla and royal 
scíon^ of Ireland, finished his life in the 45 th year of his 
reign, on the lOth of the Xalends of December [Nov. 22]. 

Kalends of Jan. on Ist feria, l&th of the moon, a.d. [1100] Bís. 
1100. Flann Ua Cinaedha, herenagh of Ath-truim, chief 
bardic prof essor of Meath [rested in peace]. — Donnchadh 
Mac[r(fr/^^Ua] Eochadha, kingof Ulidia,wity a partyof the 
nobles^ of Dlidia about him, was captured by Domnall Ua 
Lochlainn, [namely] by the king of Ailech, on the 6th of 
the Kalend8 of June [Monday, May 28]. — A foray by 
Domnall Ua Lochlainn, so that he laid waste Fir-Bregh 
and Fine-GalL — A hosting by Muírcertach Ua Briain to 
Ess-ruadh. — The fleet of Ath-cliath [sailed] to Inis-Eogain, 
whereof ensued their destruction^ both by drowning and 
killing. — The grandson of Qilla-Coluim Ua DonmaiU, 
king of Cenel-Lughdach, was slain by his own [kinsmen]. 
— Assid Ua Amhradhain, steward^ of Dal-Fiatach ; Gilla- 
Brighte Ua Cuirc, king of Muscraidh-Bregain* ; Gilla- 
na-noebh' Ua Eidhinn, king of Ui-Fiachrach, died, — 
Echri Ua Mael-Muire, king of Ciannachta, was killed by 
O'Conchobair® of the Ciannachta [of Glenn-Geimhin], 

Bolemnitj with which the feast was 
thcre held, see 980[-l], 818[-93, 
892 [-8] iuprd) and were captured, 
as they were retuming, on the Mon- 
daj after the Octave. This will ex- 
plain what b stated nnder next year, 
that their liheration took place in a 
church of that city. 

^ Steward(mwre). — Lord(%A«rnrt), 
Four Mcuters, 

^Brtgain. — O'Connor prints b.gum 
and leaves a blank in his translation. 
He over1ooked the mark of coTitrac- 

tion (=re) attached to 6 ín his MS. 
(B). The Annals of Innisfallen state 
that the person in question was son 
of Domnall Ua Cuirc. 

* Gilla-na-noebh. — That is^Devotee 
of the Saints. 

« 0' Conchobair.—'' The O'Conors 
are still numerous in Glengiven, 
which was the ancient name of the 
vale of the river Roa (Roe), near 
Dungiven, which flows through the 
very centre of this Cianachta." 
(O'Donovan, Book of Righta, p. 123). 

: UlOTDtl. 

(noc" anno ecclepa i^ncc» SineUi -oe Clain-intf 
■pun'Dcica efc^) 
}caL lan. 111. p., l. xx. uii., CCnno "Oommi 171.° c*!-' 
B46b "OonnCa'D, | niacCCeTÍahUiHuaipc,T>oniaTibff6'Dopefiaií)- 
TTIanac; ftiagán. epi^op t)fioma-moip 7 C01C1Í' ULorD. 
in pace quieuic — Inii^Coíais -do opcoin vo JhallaiB. — 
SLogafi La muipceprac hUa m-í)piain 7la tec ITloga i 
Con[n]accaiB'Dape]^p]-puai'5 1 dp-n-eogain.coporcail- 
pec CCileC* 7 co poLoifci-er 7 co popapoijpec iLLceLLa 
apcena'' im phacani íTlupii' 7 im CCp'D-niaca. 'Oollocup, 
co n-oepnaipc ■Duíneboo ann. 5«baip5iaLLu ULaft icQ 
fin. 'DoLui'6 cap SLiEi'b rHbLuaqaa ■Dta cig. — Cpec l 
"Oonnía-ohUaUlaeL-SecLainn 1 pepn-iíiui5,conurt;apai'5 
hUaCepCaiLL 7 co pomapbT>a cécDiB, ueLpauLopLup. — 
pep'Domnaci epj^op CiLLe-xiapa, in pace ífuieuic — Ca€aL 
hUa Tnuipica[i]n, pi 'Ceéba', ■oecoLLacupepc. — "DonncaB 
hUa eoCo'&a. pi ULo^, -do f^uapLucu-D a cuibpic La "Oom- 
naLL, mac tTiic''l,ocLainn, Lapig n-CCiLis. cap cenn amtA^ 
7 a comaLcai, i'Don, 1 n-TDomLiac CCp'oa-Tnaca, cpe impi'&i 
comapba pacpaic 7 pailica pacpaic apcena, 
comLuga -po bacaiLL Ipa 7 po minnaiB apcena, tli 
l48deDdin-un7>ecim [CaLann'' lanaip'. [ 

]CaL. lan. iiii. p, L ij:., CCnno "Oomini Tn." c." n." 801 

A.D. lIOI, "— Leac, A. "T:eí;pa,A. ' enaip, 
B. = liiQin— jreaí, B, C. •^" in .11. Kl.. A, B. 

[Chasm in A, up to A.D. 1109 {bicIiuívb).] 

.— ».u.i« A, B. ' 

' 7*wytnr, tle. — I Uaío unl (uund 
Ihisilom elwwhDn^ Ttie (Bitival uf 
SU SineU wu hotd oo Mov. 13. 

UOl. 'Fi/ih of íriidío.— O'CoDor 

dBaniBdby»omeorigiu»lily. The MS. 
turnu, Midh Ul. (witb matk of cod- 
tnctiou attaclied lo I ),hB readi (B c. b/ 
Jul. ; nuJuDg tbe lililiup die on J al^ 1 1 . 

' lneÍMUng — Literollf, aroimd. 

• Ovtr the Toad rf MÍdhJuaclmT.-~ 
■'Uvor «t Sligoj" wliich, bj tha 
□miaalnn of mdhlaarlrra Wid bj nii- 
t>king tlighe, k road, (or SligD tOHDi 
ihowB the b-iuulslor of C. diar^mlad 
kad miiDUdiTStoiMÍ hiitext. 

Ab the Rond of MidhiiuduUT tl 
(rum Tan to Ulslcr, Uie inewdugW 



(TIiis year^ the cliurcli of Saint Sinell of Clain-inis was [HOO] 

£alends of Jan. ún 3rd feríaj 27th of the moon, a.d. 
1101. Donnchadh, son of Aedh Ua Ruairc, was killed bj 
the Fir-Manach. — Riagan, bishop of Druim-mor and of 
the Fifth of Ulidia,^ rested in peace. — Inis-Cathaigh waa 
píllaged by the Foreigners: — A hosting by Muircertach 
Ua Bríain and by the Half of Mogh into Connacht^ past 
Ess-ruadh into Tir-£ogain, so that they demolished Ailech 
and bumed and profaned many churches also, includ- 
ing* Fathan of [St.] Mura and Ard-sratha. They went 
after that over Fertas-Camsaj until they bumed Cuil- 
rathain and committed massacre therein. He [ Ua Briain] 
takes the hostages of Ulidia after that [and] went over 
the Itoad of Midhluachair^ to his house. — A foray by 
DonnchadhUa Mael-Sechlainn into Fem-mhagh, untilUa 
CerbaiU OYertook them and killed two hundred of them, 
or a little more. — Ferdomnach, bishop of Cell-dara, rested 
in peace. — Cathal* Ua Muirícain, king of Tebtha, was 
beheaded. — ^Donnchadh Ua Eochadha, king of Ulidia, was 
freed írom fetters by Domnall, son of Mac Lochlainn, 
[that is] by the kÍDg of Ailech, in retum for his son and his 
foster-brother : namely, in the stone church of Ard-Macha, 
through the intercession of the successor of [St] Patríck 
and of the community of [St.] Patríck besides, after co- 
Bwearing* by the StafE of Jesus and by the Eelics as well, 
on the llth of the Kalends of January [Dec. 22]. 

that O'Brien entered Tara as King of 
Irelaud, on the marcli home to Kin- 
kora (near Killaloe). 

* Caihal, etc.—Over this item the 
text hand wrote : Swg tia caetati 7 
ip e TU>Tnatvb Tnael-Seétainn — 
** Jnice . . . and it ia he that killed 
Mael-Sechlainn ; ** meaning that sug 

na caelan was a nick-name of Ua 
Muirecain and that he was the 8layer 
of Mael-Sechlainn, King of Tara 
(1087, supra), 

' Co-8wearing, — Namely, by the 
8on of Mac Lochlalnn and Ua Eoch- 
adha. See 1100, note 2. 



ccMMala: ulcroti. 


ColuiTn-ciUe T)o lorca'B. — TDoiinccrB, mac Gfifií hUi OCici'B, 
fiiT)onina hUa-n-eacac, "do mafiba^ "do tlllcaib (1*0011* 
if in coice-D^ mif laji f af ugu'o pocfiaic "do'). — ^^omnatt, 
mac 'Cigefinain hUi Ruaific, fii Conmaicne, vo maiibaft 
•Do ConmaicniB pein. — Cá-iíiai§i hUaCaitiitt,aiíicinnec 
"Ouin, mofiOTUf efc- — ptaiébefiTOc ÍHac po€ai^, |ii 
hUa-piacfiac CCii"Da-ftiaía, "do maf ba^ "do pef aiB-Lúifig. 
8to^aft ta Cínet-n-Oogain co fnag-Coba "OotoTniii 
Utai-D ifin ai'5ci ifin tongpofT;, co fiomafibfac 8it;iiiuc 
hUa ÍHaet-faBaitt (iT)on^ fii Caipfice-bfaCaiDe*) 7 
Sictiiuc, mac Confiai^, mic eogain 7 atii. — ÍHagnuf, 
fii Loctainni, cotongaif moiji vo íui'oecc 1 ÍHanainn 7 
fié m-btia'5na t)o T)enum t)oiB 7 t>o pepaiB efienn. — 
eicefie'Ba pefi n-Cf\enn ittaim T)omnaitt, comaiiba 
Pacfiaic, fie fi6 m-btia'5na eceji hUa m-bpiain (iT)on*, 
ílíluifcetiTjac^) 7 hUa Loctainn (iT)on^ "Oomnatt*) 7 
afiaite. — fnuifie'Dac hUa CitiT)uba[i]n,aifcinnec Lugbai-B, 
T)o mafiba'D Do pepaiB íTli'De beuf. — Roff-aiti€i|i (it)" 
efr, cum pacfie fUoO vo apcain vo UiB-Ccac 1 n-T)i§ait 
mapbía Ui T)onnca'Da (iT)on," IHic na he|ituímme*). — 
Caipt T)0 tofca-D vo eitiB. — ílílu5|ion hUa THofigaifi, 
aifiT^fefitei^inT) CCtiT)a-111aca 7 lafiéaiii Goppa uite, | 
copum mutcif T:efcibuf, 1 T:ep[T;] Non OcTJimbefi, fuam 
uiT^am feticiT:eii finiuiT: (iT^on,"* 1 Tnan^afiiT:*). 

|Cat. lan. u. f., t. ocx., CCnno "Oomini ÍTI.** c.** viw" 
Scannep cpo'oa erefi Pefu-Luifs 7 'Cuai€-íla€a, 1 

A.D. 1102. 1 .u.ex), MS. (B)— »» itl., t.h., MS. ; om., C. »»^itl., t. h., 
MS. Given in text of C. « « itl, t.h., MS. ; " with y« frjera," 0. 

1102. ^ Na)Mly^ ttc.—ThQ por- 
tion within hraclcets is omitted hj 
the F.M. and hy 0*Conor. The 
offence Í8 stated in the Annals of 
Loch Ct to have heen committed 
against the communitj of St. 
Patrick. The Annals of Innisfalitn, 
with more premion, state that thc 

Ui-£chach made a great raid upou 
the communitj of Armagh and slew 
four-and-twenty of the charch-folk. 

^lncustodj/ofDomnalL — As O'Brien 

and 0*Loghlinn each elaimed to be 

paramount,theho8tages weredepoeited 

with a superior acknowledged \)j both. 

^ And Ho on, — That is, the oom* 



Xalends of JaD. on 4th feria, 9th of the moon, a.d. [1102] 

1102. Sort of Colum-ciUe was burned. — Uonnchadh, son 
of Echri Ua Aitidh, royal heir of the XJi-Eachach, wa8 
kílled by the Ulidians (namely,^ in the fifth month after 
the prof aning of Patrick by him) .— Domnall, son of 
Tigeman XJa Ruairc, king of Conmaicni, was killed by 
the Conmaicni themselves. — Cu-mhaighi Ua CairLll, 
herenagh of Dun, died. — Flaithbertach Mac Fothaigh, 
king of Ui-Fiacrach of Ard-sratha, was killed by the 
men of Lurg. — A hosting by the Cenel-Eogain to Magh- 
Goba. The Ulidians went in the night into the camp, so 
that they killed Sitriuc Ua Mael-fhabhaíll (namely, king 
of Carraic-Brachaide) and Sitriuc, son of Conrach, son of 
Eogan and others. — Maghnus, king of Lochlann, went 
with a large fleet into Manann and peace of a year was 
made by them and by the Men of Ireland.~The hostages of 
the Men of Ireland [were placed] in custody of Domnall,^ 
snccessor of [St.] Patrick, for [securing] peace of a year 
between Ua Briain (that is, Muircertach) and Ua Loch- 
lainn (namely, Domnall) and so on.^ — Muiredhach Ua 
Cirdubain, herenagh of Lughbadh, was killed by the Men 
of Meath also. — Ross-ailithir (namely, with its superior*) 
was pillaged by the Ui-Echach [of Munster], in revenge 
of the killing of Ua Donnchadba, namely, of Mac-na-her- 
luime^. — Cashel was bumedby the Eili. — Mughron Ua 
Morghair, archlector of Ard-Macha and of all the West of 
Europe, f elicitously finished his life (namely, in Mungarit®) 
before many witnesses, on [Sunday] the 3rd of the Nones 
[5th] of October. 

Kalends of Jan. on 5th feria, 20th of the moon, a.d. [1108] 

1103. A courageous 8kirmish [was fought] between the 

piler omitted details contained m \ The items passed over were perbaps 

the aaihoritj he worked from. the names of the hostages. 

Though this portion of the MS. is ^Superior, — "With ye fryerH," 

miasiog» to judge from the F. M., who C. The reading of the translator's 

give thÍB entrj witb eqnal brevit^, original was thus apparentlj cum 

the expreuion was cpntained in A. fratrihus euis. 


ocHfiaUr uLccdTi. 

copcaifi afi ccccop'oe. — Ua Canantia[i]n tio itina(íba['D] 
a pigi Oipe-Conaill la "Ooniiudl (lUa LoELainn. — 
mupcaT) T)onn (mon,* Ua IlHaThaca[i]n') tio maiibaíi 
(p" UGpiim ej'c'') pop cpeic i mais-CoBa 7 ni cpfi5 
hipn TM) niapboT) in ^''-'-Q S"'^ btJi Copmaic ifinTi l 
cecna. — Ra^naLl blla Oca[i]n, peíJcaipe T^eLca-6[i]5, í 
mapba^ tm) pepaiB lT)ai§i-lca. — Coca'b mop ecepCenM 
Ti-eoT;ain 7 ULLcti, co caims nitnpcopcac bUa bpiai 
pepaib ITluman 7 taijen 7 Oppaip 7 co maiciB Connafc 
7 co pepaiB ITIi'oe im a piSaiB co inaS;-CoGa 1 poipiéin 
tlLoD. "DoLlociip -oiBLinaiB co ITlacaipe CCipT)-nid 
(ii>oii.° co CiLL na Conpaipe'^), co m-bacup peccmainj 
popBaipi pop CCpTj-TTlaca 'OomnaLl hlla uiElamn 1 
T^uaircepc epenn ppipn pe pin 1 n-Uib-bperaiL-tTlaca, 
agoiTi 1 c'asai-fi ppui. pohaciip coippp^imoppo pip 
ITluman, doLui-o TTluipcepcac co híXenac-tTlaca 7 co 
heifium 7 cimcealL t)o CCp'o-lTl aca- co pap5ai15 oCc 
n-unsa oip poppin aLcoip 7 co pogeall occ pcce' bo. 
Ocup impoip 1 TTlag-CoBa Tiopi[€]ipi (it)'' epc, non 
impecpocop') 7 l-'f'c'jaip CoiceT) tai^en anT) 7 pocami -00 
PepaiB ITluman. CCcnai^ ireui imoppo pop cp6a£n-5 1 
n-*DaL-CCpai'oe, copapcniB ■Ooiincoí. mac 'CoippT^eLbai^ 
ann 7 mac hUi Concobuip, pi Ciapai'oe 7 hUa beoain ( 
aLii opcimi. "OoLLuiíi "OomnaLL hUa LocLaini 
'Cuaipcepc epenn 1 ITIaj-CoBa pop amup taig 
TTecaic imoppo l,ai|in 7 Oppaié' 7 pip Tlluman 7 ^aitíj 
amaL pobacup, 1 n-a n-agai'S 7 pepaic coí (iT)on,' 

A.D. 1108. "itl., t.h., M3. Given in teit of C. '-'> iU., ti.. MS.T 
om., C. " itl., tji., MS. '■ To KÍI1— ComajrB " (bj metatheús of >> 

r). 0. <«uii.mam, M3. ■ix,.M3. 

iníertHl that hc tuid goac iiti pilgTÍ- 
mage lo the moaMterT- oi Muiigrít 
(co. Limeríck), to pnptre lai death. 
1108. ^ RaÍdiitg-fortt.—UwWj. 
raid ! erech being emplored in ■ 
Meandsrj Mase, bb a collertive, tlx- 
nlfjHng Ihe Bgents (wl 
Itiah craaglU\ 

* Mae'na-htrluime. — San n/ (Jle 
palTOti-chvrcA. Ho had pTobab1y, 
in aoeotdBnoe with the decrec in 
the ColUet'a CanonuiR B^berneniii 
{,XLU. 14: De alimnit erclenoí), 
been dedioated froin his foath to 
the oboroh of RaMiaTbeiy. 

•/n .VwBsrflrií.— From thia it c«n be 



Men of Lurg and the Tuath-ratlia, whereín fell a large 

number on both sides. — XJa-Canannaín was expelled from 

the kíng8híp of Tir-Conaill by Domnall XJa Lochlaínn. — 

Murcad the Brown (nameljr, XJa Ruadacain) was killed (if 

it is true) on a raid in Magh-Cobha and that raiding-f orce^ 

dew the Stammerer, GiUa Ua Cormaic, on the same day. 

— Baghnall Ua Ocain, lawgiver of Telach-og, was killed 

by the Men of Magh-Itha. — Great war between the 

Cenel-Eogain and Ulidians, so that Muircertach Ua Briain 

came with the Men of Munster and of Leinster and of 

088ory and with the nobles of ConDacht and with the 

Men of Meath, including their Idngs, to Magh-Cobha, in 

aid of the Ulidians. Both [forces] went to the Plain of 

Ard-Macha (namely, to Cell-na-Conraire), so that they 

were a week in leaguer against Ard-Macha. Domnall Ua 

Lochlainn with the North of Ireland [was] during that 

space in UirBresail-Macha, face to face^ against them. 

Howbeit, when the Men of Munster were tired out, 

Muircertach went to Aenach-Macha and to Emhain and 

around to ArdrMacha, so that he left eight ounces of gold 

upqn the altar and promised eight score cows. And he 

t^ms into Magh-Cobha again (namely, not having obtained 

[his request']) and leaves the Fifth of Leinster and a 

detachment of the Men of Muuster thereiu. But he applied 

himself to pillaging in Dal-Araidhe, so that he lost* there 

Donnchadh, son of Toirrdelbach and the son of Ua 

Conchobuir, King of Oiaraidhe and Ua Beoain and others 

most excellent^. Domnall Ua Lochlainn went with the 

North of Ireland into Magh-Cobha to attack Leinster. 

Howbeit, Leinster and Ossory and the Men of Munster 

and the Foreigners, as they were, come against them and 

they fight a battle (that is, on the Nones [5th] of August 


' Face to faee. — Litenllj, Jace to 
tkyface. The Darrator, as it were, 
addreBses the anditor. 

' Requett, — Perhaps that the 

archhishop of Armagh would de- 
liver np the hoetages mentioced 
under the preoeding year. 

ícmictla uLccDli. 

Hoin CCh51i[)]jt: 7 1 Cecain 7 1 nomaTi'' [iiaíaTi] Ficec» 
[efcai] 7 ifin occmaTi'' 16 lap recc ■oo [CCp'o-]tTlacai' 
tTlaifiir T:\\a pop Lec TTlosa 7 Loreji a n-aii: eDon. 
IxiiSen, im tTliiiixceixcac, mac 5'l-l-«-lTl " coLmo[i]c 7 
ua lla t,opca[i]ii 7 im ITIuipcepcac, mac Ttlic J^opni'-íD 
ec aLii ; ap hlla-CeinnreaLai^, imTia mac ITlaeL-Tmiop^ 
7tm hll[a] Uia[i]n (iTwn,' pi hUa-n-"Opoiia*}ecatii 
Orpaigi, im 5'LLa-pacpaic puaí, nxm, pi OnioiS 7 v 
pigpai'o Orpaisi apceana ; ap 5*^11 CCca-cLicrf, 
"Copfcain, mac Cpic 7 impol. mac CCmoinT)7im beollan 
CCpmunn ec alii ; áp pep Tíluman, im thi hUa bpn 
nK)n, -00 piTK>mna na n-"Oepre 7 im hUa pailBe, to 
ptTiomna CopcoT>uiBn6 7 eppi Laisen 7' im hUa ITlui] 
Tjaig, pi Ciapaiíie. co n-a mac ; ec alit | mulci opcii 
qiiop caupa bpeuicacip pcpibepe- ppecepmipim' 
T^epnacup CeneL-n -60501« co TTuoipcepc epenn 
copcap mop 7 co recaiB ím'fiatB. imon pupolL pi&oa 7 
camLinne 7 im pecaib im'oaiB apcena. — mosnup, 
l,ocLiiinni, tio mapba'o pop cpeic 1 n-ULlcaiB, — CcffeaLon 
TTlacSen<i[i]nTiomopba'bT)oChaipppi[B]. — ITIupcff&hUa 
■pLatCeca[i]n, aipcinneo CCp'oo-bo, pui ecnoi 7 éanaig 
7 aipcicmli tn pepispmacione p"""' (<T>on,' i n-CCp'o- 
TTlaía') peLicicep obnc, 

]CaL lan, ui. p., L i., CCnno "Oomini TT1.° c'' 1111.- 
peifiLt'mi'6, mac pLatnD TTlatnipcpec, milep opcimup 
Chpipci, in pace quie[utc].— Tílan^m pia n-ULlcaiB pop 
TlaL-n-CCpaiT>e, 1 copcaip "Dubcenn hUa *Ocima[i]n t y]»z- 




'im ] 

Há. ' j'Dam. MS. ; om., 0. 


• ioíí. — IJtBtílIj, Ufi (011 llie 

' Otier» wioJí ftreeífatí,— lo giviog 
tbe nomlnalive, Ihe CDmpIler ova- 
kiaked Ihe Uct that IhB conuxt re- 
quEiei Ibe acCBntÍTe. 

< The 2dlh. — The luDBtion, whieh 
ia raireot, haa Ima Qimlted bjrlhe 
Fonr SLulers (Wal ii, p, 374). 

O'DnnoTan'ii liiruiaj/ (il..,p,97S)U 
to be eunecUd lo Wednttdaj/, In 
Rccardnnw wilh hls (ext. 

' Olhen.—CI. ii'íte 6 (ni>ra). 

' Si^-tíng.—'Ihe nuD» ie oot 
gÍTOn in ihe Amalt »f lnmi^flMtii. 

' And manif, elc — "Aud maj 
mo». whioh foF brerit; of irtj- 
tingo we orait," C 



and on "W"ednesday and on the ^ílth" [day of the moon] [1103] 
and on the eighth day after [his, Ua Briain's] coming to 
Ard-Macha). But defcat is inflicled ispon the Half of 
Mogh and slaufihter o thom onsuea, — naraely, slaughter of 
Leinater, around MuÍrccrtach, son of GÍUa-Mocholmoic and 
around the two Ui LoreaÍn and around Muircertach, son 
of Mac Gormain and others'; slaughter of the TJi-CeÍnnBe- 
laigfa, around ihe two Bons of MacUMhordha and around 
T7a iliain (namel^, liing of Ui-Drona) and others"; 
slaughtcr of 088ory, around Gilla-l'atraic the Red, that íh, 
Idng of 038ory and around tho royal faraily of OaBory also ; 
slaughter of the Foreigners oí Ath-cliath, around Torstau, 
aon of Eric and around Paul, aon of Amand and around 
Beollan Arraunn and othcrs' ; slaughter of the Men of 
Munster, around tbe two Ui Bric, that íb, the two royal 
heiraof thcDessiandaroundUaFaílbhe, namely,ro3'al beir 
of Corcoduibhne and the sub-king^ of Leinstcr and around 
Ua Muiredaigh, king of Ciaraidhe, with his son and many 
other' most excellent persona, whom for brevity Bake we 
pass over writing. Conel-Eogain with the North of 
Ireland returned with great Iriumph jnd with raany 
treaaureB, including the royal pavilion [of Ua Briain] and 
Íncluding the [royaIJ banner [of the aame] and including 
many treasures [of his] besideB. — Maghnus, king of Loch- 
lann, was killed upon a foray iu Ulidia. — Cathalan Mac 
Senian, was killed by the Cairpri. — Murohadh Ua Flaithe- 
caín, herenagh of Ard-bo, maBtcr of lcaming, libcrality 
and poetry, died feIicitousIy on his pilgrimage ínaraely, 
in Ard-Macfaa). 

Ealcnds of Jan. on títh feria, Ist of the moon, a.d. L'IOíbIs. 
1104. FeidfaHmidh, son of Flann' of MainÍBter[-Buithí], 
roost worthy Boldier of Chriat, rested in peace.' — A defeat 

1104. ^Flami.— i)ieál0&6[íii,ira). 1 Chritt ágaifieá a moo^ it muj- bs 

For bii Srnchtoniams, see Toilil ÍnferredUislFeidhliniidli bclongcd 

Lirlurtg, Series III., No. II. to tho oonunimítj oí Mooiuiterboico 

»if«ítd in f4ace.—A» Soldier of \ {oo. Loatb). 

74 aMMala ulcroti. 

^uiTi. — Concobufi (iT)on,* hUa Concobaip*), mac ÍHael- 
Sefilainn, pí CoficombiiuaB, niofiT:u[u]]^ [©r^J — Hlac na 
hai-Bce hUa Ruaipc a f uif pixacpibuf occifUf efc — 
8lo§aB la ÍHuificeiiTOc hUa m-bfiiain co ílla§ 
Tnuifceiíine, co fomillfeT: ispebaife in TÍíaigi 7 ifin 
c-fluagaB fin fohe^xífaD Cú-ULa'o hUa CainT)eLba[i]n, 
fí Loe§aife, co n-'oefbaiLT: T)e. — SLo^oo La *OomnaLL 
hUa LocLamn, co ITIag-CoCa, co t:uc paLLu ULoB 7 co 
n-T)eocait co 'Ceiiif ai^;, co fioLoifc bLoi'B moip t)o Loe§aipi 
7 co caf aic ref monn T)oi6 af cena. — Cojimac hUa Cof- 
maic, TX)ifec lllonac^ T)o éc — T)unca'B hUa Concobuip, 
f 1 CiannaíxS vo mafboB v\a 'BoiniC pein. 

]CaL lan. 1. f., Lx- ii.,CCnno T)omini ITl.**c.*' u.** ITluifie^aS 
ÍHacCana; 111aeLfuanai"B hUa biLfin (iT)on,* fii hUa- 
Caipbfe*); ITIaeL-SecLainnhUaConains (iT)on,**T)oT>al- 
Caif**) in penirenTna mopt^ui funr. — Concobufi, mac 
ÍHaeL-SecLainn, fiT)omna Tenipac, occifUf* efc* — ^Dom- 
naLL, comafba pacfaic, t)0 fecc co hCCc-cLiac tk) 
•oenum fifa erep llluifceprac htla m-b]\iain 7 maclTlic 
LocLamn (iT)on,* DomnaLL'), conofo^oib ^aLup ann 7 co 
mcoí» mT)-a ^aLuji co T)omnacCCif f ef -Cihna, cop ohonsorD 
oim 7 co ruco'B lap pn co T)amLiac, co n-T)€fi baiLc cmn. 
Ocuf mco'B a cof p co hCCf.T)-1Tlaca, nx)n, i ppiT> 1t> 
CC«5ii[i]iX7 1 Safupn 7 1 peiL Laf^e^" Innp-tnupen 7 
i^ n-ocmioB [uof oB] ficex)^ [efcai]. CeaLLac, mac CCeroa, 

AI>. 1104. •>* itl„ tJu MS. ; gircn in text, C. ^^ maonoc.C. 
- " Conntaght." C. 

A.D. llíó. *^ itl.. t.h.. MS.: griren in trxt, C. ^^» iil., t-K, IIS. ; 
om., C '■"^" vxcp fwnr, MS,, C. ^^^ u\. uv!.-ríaT>. xj.ic, IIS. From 
iron (inclusive'^ to cnd vf «lentenc^ om., C. 

' AV»ii%í<r. — LittxaJlT, ft-*»:^- hes.«, A5 here, to epdtfv life. Ct 

aUr. y»*T* :.v.i« f/nnott .Voí *:''<. ;.•:»"•»# '•/•Vrti .^xxxtc.^- 

KMud^ off for ji cl:ar:li oriavr.- Meatb — .l'-i'-.Vj.-l:. — TakÍBp 
&ss<rr : tii<c. ncht of A5Tlam : £.z.Tty^z^ I::enl!T. Uie Foor Hafters 


[wa3 inflicted] by the XJlidians upon tlie Dal-Araidhe, [1104] 
wherein fell Dabcenn XJa Damain in the encounter.* — 
Concobur (that is, XJa Concobair), son of Mael-Sechlainn, 
king of Corcombruadh, died. — ** Son of the Night " Ua 
Ruairc was slain by his kinsmen. — A hosting by Muir- 
certach XJa Briain to the Plain of Muirthemhne, so that 
they destroyed the tillage of the Plain. And in that 
hosting Cu-XJladh XJa Caindelbain, king of Loeghaire, 
was thrown [ofiF a horse], so that he died thereof. — 
A hosting by Domnall XJa Lochlainn to Magh-Cobha, so 
that he took away the pledges of XJlidia and went to Tara 
and bumed large portion of Loeghaire and spared the 
inhabitants.^ — Cormac XJa Cormaic, chief of Monaigh, 
died. — Dunchadh XJa Concobuir, king of the Cianuachta 
[of Glenn-Qemhin], was killed by his own people. 

Kalends of Jan. on Ist feria, 12th of the raoon, a.d. [1105] 
1105. Muiredhach Mac Cana ; Maelruanaidh XJa Bilrin 
(namely, king of Cairbri); Mael-Sechlainn XJa Conaing 
(that is, of the Dal-Cais) died in penance. — Conchobur, son 
of Mael-Sechlainn, royal heir of Tara, was slain. — Domnall, 
successor of Patrick, went to Ath-cliath to make peace 
between Muircertach XJa Briain and the son of Mac Loch- 
lainn (namely, Domnall), so that he took illness there 
and he was carried in his illness to Domnach of Airthir- 
Emhna. There he was anointed and he was carried 
after that to Damliaci and he dicd ihere, And his 
body was carried to Ard-Macha,^ that is, on the 2nd of the 
Ides [12th] of August and on Saturday and on the feast 
of [St.] Lasrian of Inis-Muren IrecU, Inis-Muredaigh] and 
on the 28th2 [of the moon]. Ceallach, son of Aedh, son of 

state that Domnall was carried to 
the etone-church of Armagh and 
died there ! 

« 0« the 28<A.— O'Conor gives in 
xxviii., leaving a blank after, as 

if the scribe had omitted some 
necessarj words. There is no hiatus 
in the MS. 

In the Annals of Loch Ce {ad 
an.^f all the critcria of the daj are 


76 ccHHaUt ulcroli. 

irnc ínail-lya, -00 oipDnet t n-a Ina* ) comoiibiii' 
fiaic, n cosapep | n-erienii 7 ■DOcuai-fii^ofifia'DaiB iLlí 
■peili CCTiomnain. — HiaLl o'oophUa CoTicobuiiv tio n 
bff5. — Illinpsii' lillrt Concenciin-D -00 éc. — 8Lua5a'6 1 
!Tliiipc6]w;ac bUa m-Opiain, co poinnapb "Oonncaí hu 
niaeL-SeclainTi a piai lapíaip nii'De- 

tCat Inn. 11. p., L. xx. 111., CCnno •Oomini m." c." ui." Cjv. 
vLiiaige-b la "DomnaLL hUa loclimin i voipi-bin "Oonfl 
cttfia hlli TTlaeL-SeElainn, co poopcaTJUp Ucprap fni'&aH^ 
co cúpup "Oonncoé ann vop pceifiLe'fi 7 co pomapbcr5 é 
'Oirtpc-'Oiapmaca co n-a 'Depcai§ -oo LopcffS. — Cucr 
comapba CoGiTism, in pace cfineuic. — CeaLLac, comapq 
pcrcpaic, fop c««ipc Cemtiil-eosmn cecna cup, co i 
« ó|-peip: iTion, bó ceC verip," no a§ n^ópa ceCc 
no lec-un^a ceí ceí[p]aip. La caetí n-e'oGapc n-inifl 
oLCenct. — Cacbapp hUa 'OomnaiLL, pi Ceneo[i]L-l.ugi 
[mopcuiip'' Bpc']. — CeaLlac fop cuaipc Tnunmn 1 
Éup be[u]p, co cuc a L«n-íuaipc: njon vecc' m-bae ^ 
VeÉc" caipi57Lec-unf;aceCpuin'D cpica-cec'' 1 lT16ma[i]n, 
La caeB póc n-im'oa oLcena. Ocup appoec imoppo CeaL- 
La£ spota uai'aLepj-coip ■no'n íup pin, a vopconspa 1 

A.D. 1106. •.ui.en, M3. '>'• " Djed," C. ' .uii., 

QiaiCLed. The Fuur &lul«ni piuM 
over tlie Iniuitiou. 

^HetriredlUli, OrrfíTí.— Iiterally, 
iceMmJtrdrnrert. CeUucli (níuallj 
cNllrd hj thD inDBiiiiiglcu Lntin 
aliu, Celgw] wu, Ít tliUH appean, 
one ot tlie (right ÍDtruded lajmen 
ineDtÍuDed in St. Bcniftrd'a life of 
Sl, MiilBohy. In ■ddition, hc wa» 
ordBÍned per ta llum «nil, bein(|r but 
^6 je»n dM, undcr tbe cuioQÍtBl 
agc, which in tbe Irính Church, 
Booording to tho Collrclio Canonum 
Hibatinuit (III. II). waa 30 je»n 

for the priesthood. 
pvrhsps, to thoae irregiilaritiai, H 
Ordera were not oonfomd v 
Quarter-TmMSiiturdaj, whiah^ 
onSFptemhcrSSÍD IIOG. BjJ 
o/Ireliaid are acoording) j to be nn- 
derstood the immediate adhercnta oí 
the person thnui into the BDpcaMiÍi 

* í'iach, ele, — Thnígiven in ( 
also in the .^fiinuíi o/ Bai/le (aJ m 
with tha Tariant /^iaeAra. 

llOfl. 'St.«tHoro/[Si,] Cott 
ffArn.— Abbot of Glendalough, q 



Srail-Isu, was Ínstituted in Hs place ia the saccession of [iios] 
Pairiolc, by choice o£ the Men of Ireíand. And he re- 
ceÍTed IIolj' Ordcrs on the day of the foast of Adomnan 
[Sep. 2;i]. — Niall Ua Concobuir the Swartby waa fcilled. 
— Muirgbia XJa Conchcanaind [king of Ui-Diarmada] died. 
— A hosting by Muircertach Ua Briain, so thatbeexpelled 
Donncbadh Ua Mael-SecLIaiun from tbo Ííingsbip of tbe 
■West of Meatb. 

("Fiacha O'FlaÍn waa killod.") 

Ealendsof Jan.on 2udfcria, 23rdof themoon, a.d. 1106. 
A foruy-bo8tÍng by Domnall Ua Lochlainn in aid of" Don- 
nchadh Ua Mael-Secblainn, bo tbat tbey wnated tbe Weat of 
Meatb and Donnchadb was overtafcen on a 8urprise-party 
and be was killed.— DisÍrt-Diarmata witb its oratory was 
bumed. — Tuatbal, successor of [St.] Cocmhgben,^ rested 
in peace. — Ceallacb, succeasor of Patrick, [went] npon 
circuit of Cenel-Eogain [for] tbe firat turn, so tbat he took 
away bis full demand : iiamcly, a cow for every six, or an 
in-calf beífer for every tbree, or a balf ounce [of silver] 
for everv four, besides many donations alao. — Catbbarr Ua 
Domnaill,^ kingof Conel-Lugbdacb, died. — Ceallach [suc- 
cessor of Patricfc wen*,] upon circuit' of Munster also [for] 
tbe first turn, so tbat be took away bis fnll circuit[-sura] : 
uamely, aeven cows and seven sbeep and a balf ounce for 
every cantred* of land in Munater, besidea maDy valuable 
gifts as welL And Ceallocb also received the orders of 
arcbbisbop^ on that occasion. by direction of tbe Men of 

» CaMari- Ua ^temnfl./i.— His 
Hjune oci^qts nn tlie nJiquBrj 
called the CathBch, n HÍlTcr casc, 
eaeloaín^ tho PB&lCer. See ReoTes, 
Adamnan, p. 319, £q. 

• (,-Íríuíí.— Tbia viflitation of 
Huníter, it is BÍgnifieant, was not 
mentíoned in tlie ÁnnaU ofínnii- 


' Cí'n/rfrf.— LiUirttliy, Ihirlg bun- 
dred. About tnice the BÍxe of a 
baranj, acoording: to Dr. Hesíe» 
(Tewnland I}Í!lrii«iúm oj IrtUnd, 
Proc. B.l.A..TÍÍ,.p.í75). 

" Orderl o/ arrhiiihnp.—Aa tho 
non-conaecratioQ oC Cellacb iu the 
prEweediiig' jeur, we maj aBaume, 
was owing to tbe íuffmgan being 

78 CCMMalCC UlCCDtl. 

n-e|ieTiTi.— Caíncofntxuc hUa baigill, uaraleprcop OCiiit)- 
ÍHaca, in pace quieuiT^. — ecgaip, pi OClban, mofiT^uup efc. 

]Cat lan. 111. p,L 1111., OCnnoT)omini TT).'* c** uii.** 8nec- 
za\ laí co n-ai-Dce t)0 pepcain in Cecain'' íiia peil pcrc- 
fiaic, co pola áp ceépa 1 n-6|iinn — Cenn-co|ur5 7)0 
lorca5 ('DO** a^xí') ezei[i "oa Caif c, co pef caic "Dabac eve\i 
mí'b 7 bfiogoiT). — Concobutx, mac T)uínnrlei15e, piT)omna 
Ulffb, T)o matibcTD vo pepaiB pepn-iíiuigi. — TDaiT^m piti 
n-Ui[b]-bpefail po|\ Ui[b]-Tnei€, 1 Tjopcaiti a n-áji, im a 
fii§, iT)on, OCe^ hUa Innfieaccai^. — Caiufac hUa Tuam- 
ma [1] n, fii hUa-m-bpiuin OCpcaiUe, t)o §uin vo Uib-Ciie- 
mcaínn, co n-T)efibaiLc ve. eogan, mac ÍTlic Tliabai§, vo 
mafibab n-a 'BigaiL — pLiuc 'Boínenn itiofi ifin blicrBain 
fi, co pomiLL na hafitSanna. — TnaeL-pacpaic hUa 
B47b T)puca[i]n t)0 | ^abaiL pe|\UfaLei§inn OCipT)e-TTlaca 
1LL00 peiLe OCiLBe 7 TíloLaifi T)aím-ínnfi. TTiaeL-CoLaim 
hUa bfoLca[i]n t)0 ^abaiL epfcopoice lafi n-amafiac. — 
8i€ m-bLi(r5na T^o-Denam vo CheLLac, comafiba pacfiaic, 
iceji TTlufca'5 hUa m-bfiiain 7 T)omnaLL, mac TTIic 

[bif.l ]caL. lan. 1111. f., L ac u., CCnno T)omini TTl.** c* uiii.' 
Luimnec vo Lo]x:a'D vo aitx. — T)omnaLL hUa OCnbei€, fií 
hUa-TTleié; *OomnaLL hUa Ruaipc, p 1 hUa m-bf\iuin, 
occifi func. — CeaLLac, comafiba pacfiaic, foji cuaifi; 

A.D. 1107. « .c.ain, MS^ ^^ itl., t.h., MS. ; om., C. 

allve, it will íollow that the present 
event, thongh reoorded in conncxion 
with the Monster visitation, took 
plaoe aíter the death of O'Bojle. 

Inaddition, Ceilach's assumption 
of the primac7 had, acoording to the 
prcflont Annals, been acqoicsced in 
by the southcm moietj of Ireland. 

^ BUhop 0/ Ard-Macha.—Th&t is, 
withoutterritorialjurisdiction. He 

had bcen consecrated as suffiBgan 

of Domnall on Whitsundaj, 1099 


7 Donnell, etc, — Given thus in C. 

The original is in Annals qfBotfle 

{ad an.). 

1 107. » /e//.— LiteraUj, to/aU, 
2 WedTUsdajf, — ^The date is thus 

fíxcd, because the feast of St. 

ratrick fell on Sundaj in thÍB jeari 



Ireland. — Caíncomruc Ua BaighiU, eminent bishop of [ii06] 
Ard-Macha,® restediupeace. — Etgair,kingof Scotland, died. 
("Donell^ Mac Rory O'Conor deposed by Murtagh 
O'Brvan and put Tirlagh, his cossen, in his place to be 

Xalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 4tli of the moon, a.d. [1107J 

1 107. Snow of a day and a night fell^ [on] the Wednesdaj* 
[March 13] before the feast of Patriclc, so that there en- 
sued destruction of cattle in Ireland. — Cenn-coradh was 
burned (by lightning) between the two Easters^ [April 14- 
April 21], together with sixty vats of mead and bragget. — 
Conchobur, son of Donnsleibhe [Ua Eochadha], royalheir 
of XJlidia, was killed by the Men of Fern-Magh.- — A 
defeat [was inflicted] by the XJi-Bresail upon the Ui-Meith, 
wherein fell a slaughter of them, including their 
king, namely, Aedh Ua Innreachtaigh. — Cathusach Ua 
Tuammain, king of the Ui-Briuin of Archaille, was 

wounded by the Ui-Crcmhthainn, so that he died thereof. 
Eogan, son of Mac Riabaigh, was killed in revenge of 
him. — Excessive wet bad weather in this year, so that it 
destroyed the crops. — Mael-Patraic Ua Drucain took tbe 
lectorship of Ard-Macha on the day of the feast of [St.] 
Ailbe and of [St.] Molaisse of Daimh-inis [Sep. 12]. 
Mael-Coluim Ua Brolchain received episcopal consecration* 
after the morrow. — Peace of a year was made by Cellach, 
Buccessor of Patrick, between Murchadh Ua Briain and 
Domnall, son of Mac Lochlainn. 

Xalends of Jan. on 4th feria, 15th of the moon, a.d. LllOSfiis.] 

1108. Limerick was burned by lightning. — Domnall Ua 
Anbeith, king of Ui-Meith ; Domnall Ua Ruairc, king of 
Ui*Briuin, were slain.^ — Ceallach, successor of Patrick, 

» Two Ea»Ur8,—Th9Lt is, Easter 
Simday and Low Sundaj. The 
latter was called in Irish MiiichaisCf 
litile Easter (1109 íw/ra). 

* Episcopal consecration, — Liter- 
allj, epÍ8copacy, He succeeded Ua 
Baighill, who died in 1 106, supra, 

1108. ^ Were slain — The plural 



CoiinaÍic CGcna" cup., co cuc a óg-peití. — Oenjur hll 
eificen, moep'Oliail.-Caii'; CeaUuc hUa Coeniopa[i]nT 
[|i1ja Caiiinig [obiepunc*].— CCcac jaia 'ooíiaccaiii 
■ cepír] llon SepcimbiTí. — TTec toj j:abaiL "do W 
nciísamna 7 tjo U" JTlaetfLuanais i.'op ^o'-L 11*50119 
paiíeCi'Don,'' eocaifi, mac T)uinnf'lei56hUi eoea^a'), 1 
p)fí fiig n-UtuTi 7 a Tiieennat teo. — CCeft, mac 'Ouifl 
'oaleici (iTion,* Tjoraipcmnec CCiinja-niaca'), a7>bu;i 
comapba pacpaic, ■oo éc. — ^DaiTtmei" mójiixiCfnnn utle. 
— btiCT&ain TUcaC con-nespn jcomma-o (qiEa 7 maofa 
in bbatiain y\- — Inii^hUa-Íabpaía -do fiogail La ppl 
in «11(10. 

]CaL lan. ui. p, t. n. ui., CCnno "Domini TTl." 
CCcUf in Chaifc ^oji f epc^ ]Catann Tllai 7 m incaipc [pop] 
ala Laiciu 130 ShaiTipoí 7 i:eit IH ocoemó[i]c' Léicpop 
Saíapn Imci. Silta-CCiLBe hUa CiapmaiCi pi CEine- 
CLiac, mopcuup' eT>c. — lTluet-l]'ií hU« Cmlen, uoTal- 
eppoc T^uaii'cipc epenn ; CCensuf hUa "OomnaLLaÍOn, 
ppiiTianmcapa SaiTica CoLuim-ciLLe [obiepunc]. — CCp 
hUa-m-bpepuiL im a pij, ition, im "Oapcin 7 hUi-n-eca£ 

A.D. IIOS, i. AIbo om, inC. * Acoentod,MS. "partlj 
itl„ paiUf rjn., t.h., M3. ; oin., C. " it!.,, MS. ; given in teit, C. 
A,D. 1109. 'uii.,A.B. »— cuy.B, ■ nioéolmúc, A, B, C. 

forralila iB rotaiiied with only » 
o[ the two namM in the Ánnalt 
tf Loeli Ce ; proTÍng- tliat the oom- 
piler dld nDt uuderstuid tho 

'SufCMíor of [5í.] Cainttf'h.— 
Abbot of Aghaboe, 00. Eilkeimj. 

' Came. — Liternllj, laeome. 

' Uit Sfadrtiaiiaigh. — He is not 
mi>ntianed iu tbslilt inL.L,{p.41d), 
wLiob ítate» Ihnt the Idng wos 
kiUed by Eoohiiid Ua HatfagBmnN. 
HarBWÍthtbe,íl»nn/«qí InnUfalltn 
\ad nn.) agree. 

^ Eligihle ío br. laecrMor. — LÍIer- 
«Uy, moieria/ of a mcceuaT. 

AdbuT with tbe genitive BÍgiiiitM 
idiomBticallj Oue quatified bj' d 
Bwnt, or otherwise, for a 
Aft«r the death of hia father, Dnln^ 
daJeithB, in 10(14 (mpTa), Aedlt^ 
claim WHB BucGesBÍvelj m 
fnvour of Mail-Isu and Domii^ 
RODs of Amalgaid. Hs woh 1 
old (or election wben Domnall dia| 

110». <■ Sicond day.—In dht^ 
O'Ccmor. LÍttJe 'EíStxr he tTaaiil 
btes by Penlecoala. Bat thii n 
an oventtght. m at 1107 hs gfiva 
homltHCa in Aliit. Ths B 
teria ars Dot«d at 91S (=S19) 



[went] upon circuit of Cociiiaclit the fírst time, so that lie [iioS] 
took away hÍB f ull demani — Oengus Ua Cleirchei], steward 
of Dal-Cais; Coallach TJa Ooeinorain, successor of [St.] 
Cainnech,' died. — A gust of wind came* ou the 3rd of the 
Nones [3rd] of Sepiembcr. — -A. housB waa aeized by Ua 
Mathgamna and bv Ua Maelruaoaigh * upon Goll Gínrb- 
hraidhe (uamely, Eochaidh, aon of Donusleibhe Ua 
Eoohadha), that is, the king of Ulidia aud ho was bcheaded 
by tbem.— Aedh, aon of Dubdalcithi (namely, deputj- 
herenagh of Ard-llacha), one eligible to be aucceasor'' of 
Patrick, died. — Greut oak-crop throughout all Ireland. — 
A 8appy year witb good weatber and abundance of corn 
and of fruit [was] this ycar. — Inis-Ua-Labradha waa 
razed by the rir-Manach. 

Ealenda of Jan. on 6th feria, 2fjth of the moou, A.n. [iiOB] 
1109. And Easter [foU] upon the 7th oí the Ealonds of 
May [April 25] nnd litllo Easter [upon] the 2nd dayi of 
Summer [May 2] and the feast of Moohoomoc of Liath 
upon the Saturday of tho Beginoing [of Lent/ March 131. 

GiUa-Ailbe Ua Ciarmaic, kiug of Aine-CIÍach, died.— 
Mael-Isu Ua Cuilen, emincnt biahop of the North of Ire- 
land ; Oengus Ua Domnallain, chief soul-fricnd of tbe 
Community of Colum-cille, died.— Slaughter of tbe Ui- 
Bresail [took place] around their Idng, that Ís, around 

»Sh7MiiÚi? [o/ Zín/].— II was 
Úu> SBturdaj befors the Qrst Bun- 
dftjr Ín Lent, All Uigbo dBta, 
whioh are bo Toliuible for deterrxiin- 
ing the ^rar, have been omitted 
bf tbe Foor MBHter». 

The eqoivalenceof Itiil (gea. iníl 
— »),/iiiíiu«andLín(ÍBBhowniuthe 
follOwing eioerpts froia Calendani : 

tn-bi prim [ua/AiHÍJ tie[a]i /iiiíi— 
[Feb.l 6. First dsj on which U the 
fint [day] af tbe moon of Leot (L. 
lc/Otn-jvi, p. 80). 

Vi. Id. [íeS.]— /'riinm dUi/oraa 
m-bi /rul— [Feb.] S. Firat day on 
which ia Lent (iA.) 

r*. Id. [Fib.\ — Inilii príaapiupt 
(Cal. appended to Bede'B worlcB). 

i'i. Id. [Fc&.J — fti'míHn inetpit 
iiiintandi ttmpuí adoflaai (Metrical 
CbI. OaUia, Brit. Mus.. HnmpEon-. 
Jfíi AcH KaL, p. 309), 

Vi. Id. [fei.]— fríma Qnadra- 
nesimale] Damiaíca (Cal. V.Ulliu,, 
ib., p. 423). 

In tbe Calendar, the Ooldcn 
Number XVI. Btanda oppoBite Fob. 


ccHMaia: uLoroTi. 

■Do fitnciTn laliUa-lTleirjlapepti pepn-iiiuist. — Sloí 
la niuificevicac hlla m-bpiain i poifLitin mupccrba íl 
ITlajl-Seclaiiin, co Tíoaiji^ T>péim tio lli[b]-bpni 
810506 Tiano" la "OotnnolilrUa bííLainn co T^uaifi 
ejienn co 8liaC-n-[ph]Haic,con-T>epnaCella£,'coniq 
pocpatc, fic m-blm'Diio ecep IiUo m-Opiain 7 hfl 
Loclamn, co n-Decooup 'Cuaipcepc ii-eitenn lappin f 
TTlaé hUa-m-bp6fml, pop ommup Ulo5 bocup i mat|-^ 
CoCa, co cap-Dpoi; ULaíO-B 110 ceopo gioLLu pocospaT: 
TPeiii T)oiB. — Cocpic, comopba Soillíainne^ CLuona- 
bponais, quiemc — CCe'6 tiUa Tluaipc-oo íegciltonspt 
ITliipÉoío hUi ITloeL-SecLoinii 'po dó, | co poLlo' 1 
cpia epcaine SoTiica pocpaic. — CCp hUa-llleiÉ iim 
iTton, ^oLL baipce 7 T>peni' í)'pepaiB pepn-muigt ' 
fuicim LahUi-bpei'aiL^lohUiC-ecac. — ■OomiioLLpifl 
TIloc SiLLa-pocpaic, pi Oppoigi, Tio mapboí tio ind 
caeb aiLe ic cop cloce. — "OonncaT) hUa ■OuibTiipoj 

(SiLLo-pacpaic" hUa SeLbai^, oipcinneii Copcoi 

lCaU lan. uii- p., l. uii., anno ■Domini 1TI.° c." 
eccigepn hUo' pepjiaiL, ppiiiuicLaec' cosoTDe, in pacB 
quieuic. — SiLLa-CoLuim hUa TTlaeLmuai-íi, pí pep-ceolL 
lusuLocupei-c. — Cepnaíl, moc TTIic ULca, aipcinnec CuLa- 
pacoin, m penicencia mopcuup ej-c. — (hULaíi]^" ' 
opcain TTlucnumo -Dia Lap".) pLonn llUa CCew. comai 
emeCCpann.mopcuupei'c — VtlaeLpUanoi^hUoTnacai 

'oono, B, 'Ceu — , B. *— iomiifi, B. 'iioLd, B. 'i>]\ean),'9 
^-caiíie. A. »-'■ 1. m, t.h., A, B. ; om., C. 

AJ). 1110. '— loeá,B. > repeated iu B by iiiisUk«. b-XLin.t 

6. Bnd Feb. 8 is tba firsC Sund>y of 

' S«/.fr."oríM.— L>ter»lly,«íí«»or. 

I,Mit, ■whcn Eaater (XVI. D) faUa 

' Maltdiclim — AooordÍii(f U> «n 

on Msrch 22 (the earliext d&te). 

entrj in tiie F.U., MuTohod had 

Theomisfdoiiof Ash-WednesdBj 

pDlaged Fir-Rois uid Itilled tbe 

ia notowortlir. 

láDg. in Tiolution oí tbe Staff of 

« To aíínft. — Literallf, upna 

JeBOfl aod tbe succaasor of Pubriok 


the BUueyear. _ 



Dartin and the XJi-Echach were overthrown by the Ui- [1109] 
Meith and by the Men of Fern-magh. — A hostíng by 
Muircertach Ua Briain in aid of Murchadh Ua Mael-Sech- 
lainn, so that he harried some of Ui-Briuin. — A hosting 
also by Domnall Ua Lochlainn with the North of Ireland 
to Sliab-[F]uait, until Cellach, successor of Patrick, made 
peace of a year between Ua Briain and Ua Lochlainn : so 
that the Noith of Ireland went after that to the Plain of 
Ui-Bresail, ío attack^ the Ulidians who were in Magh- 
Gobha, until the Ulidíans gave up to them the three 
pledges they themselves chose. — Cocrich, superioress* [of 
the Community] of [St.J Samhthainn of Cluain-Bronaigh, 
rested. — Aedh Ua Ruairc went twice into the camp of 
Murchadh Ua Mael-Sechlainn, so that he inflicted slaughter 
through the malediction® of the Community of Patrick. — 
Slaughter of the Ui-Meith [took place] aroimd their king, 
namely, Goll Bairche and some of the Men of Fem-Magh 
fell by the Ui-Bresail and by the Ui-Echach. — Domnall 
Mac GiUa-Patraic the Red, king of Ossorv, was killed by 
another youth in playing a game. — -Donnchadh Ua Duib- 
dirma died. 

(Gilla-Patraic® Ua Selbaigh, herenagh of Cork, dies.) 

Kalend8 of Jan. on 7th feria, 7th of the moon, [ilio] 
A.D. 1110. Echtigern Ua Ferghail, a very select Iay- 
brother,^ rested in peace. — Gilla-Coluim Ua Maelmuaidh, 
king of Fir-Ceall, was strangled. — Corroac, son of Mac 
Ulcha, herenagh of Cuil-rathain, died in penance. — (The 
Ulídians pillaged Mucnom to its centre. — )FIann Ua 
Aedha, successor of [St.] Eine of Ara, died. — Maelruanaigh 
UaMachainen, king of Mughdoirn, was slain.^ — Murchadh, 

• Oilla-Patraic, etc. — Given in 
C; alflo in the AnnúU of Innisfallen 
(ad «fi. ; where he íb called successor 
of Bmrr, that íb, bishop of Gork). 

1110. ^Laif-brothfr. — &ee 1086, 
note 5. C. renden the word athlaech 
** old champion '* ! 

* Wm «/aifi.~The Fonr Maaters 
erroneoaslj state that he died a 
natural death. 

^Thrce. — In the Chronicon Scoi' 
orum the names of onlj two are 


ccMNocLo: ulecDti. 

pí TTIuIdoihi, occitut epc,— m upoa'D. mac T^^ai'og hq 
bfiimn, piTiotnna muman, Tnoi«cuure]T. — bebtnn, insM 
CenneciJ liUi bpiain. ben TJomnaiU Titli U)cLíiinn,pi& 
CC1I15, mopctiaei'c-— CpsG la T)omnaLt hUa locLíiinn 1 
ConnaccaiC. co cuc miLe tjo bpaic 7 iLmiLe -00 buai 
(nc', -Do cecpaiB'')- — ^IHai'Dm 1ioii> (no', na Uov°) '1 
beLaiC Cpuacna pia SiL-muipe-Díiig ap Conmaicnit^ 
coTvcpacup cpi hOe [ph]ep5uiLe 7 maici im'&aopcenaj 
bpan hUa bpuic, feuoip lap-muihan ; S'1-t-a-pai 
hUa *Duibpara, pepleisinn CiLLe-'oa-lúa 7 pui mumal 
PepTioihnac TialL, pepLeisinn CiLLe-napu, (iTion', 1 
cpuTCipeCca*) [mopcui punc]. — Cellaí, comapbapai 
cecna cup pop cuaipc mí-oe, co cuc a peip. 

(maiTím^ pia ConmaicniB popSiL-muipe-oaig, nn 
maiTim muist-bpensaip''.) 

}caL lan. 1. p., t x- uni., CCnno "Oommi m." c." x° 1.' 
■OomeTin Tiepmaip peoi'6 7 pneccai, co poLai úp cenncai 
7 aLcai. — Caíurac hlla Leaoai vo Shama-o Pacpaic. 
uof al ■penoipepenn.m pace quteuic — Lugmag -00 LopcoS. 
— popc-Laipji 00 lopca'&. — Ceaiiannup Tio Lo]x;a6. 
SLo§a6 La tiULLcu co TeaLac-n-óci co pocepcpac a biLe-oa; 
CpecLa HiuLL hUa LocLainn,cocuc mile (no' cpi 
Tio buniC 1 n-o n-T>i§aiL.— ^ene-oi'aic' T)o Lopcaíi "Omi 
■oa-LersLap, ecep Haic 7 Tlipian. — Senafi Tio cinoL 1 pi 
mic-CCen^ui'a La maiciC ejxenn tm CheLLuc, coma|v1 
pacpuic 7 im maeL-muipe liUa n-"Ouna[i]n, 

A.D. IIIO. '^ tetixaili-faíí/o B. ■"■J ill., t.h.. A., om., B 

t and g 

■"of c 

■ itL, t.h., A. 




B, C. " itl., t.h., A ; iT)oii, fiii piwin jietca— nanwly, ''«■j, dÍíliw/tdiM 
nuuter of lait, B ; foUawcd bf C i " Chief lerned ia lawe." tt o.t.h., 
A ; om., B. OÍTen in C, 

A.B. 1111. '-'■n<Hct;{=tn aicc), B. ' coecaic, A; .Uaic, B, 
[oin], A. The omiwioii of the bcau^etted portion waa, no doabt, ft 

• &-ÉÍDr.— See *.H- loas, note'-'. 

' Ilarping.—Tixe F.M. improvo 
apon Band letidtruilAcrccAfa, But 
the imBBpÍrated ( oí tbeir originol 

showB tbtt •mifi' TctAl» al 
mÍBreRdíng eruilirtetua. 
• Oefeat. — Givtm in 
tbe AhimU e/ Bojtt, 



eon of Tadhg Ua Itriiiin, royal heir oí Munater, died. — [ 
Bebinn, dnughter of CeniietÍgli Un BrÍuin, wife of Domnall 
Ua Lochluinn, lcing of Ailech, died. — A foray by Domnan 
Ua Lochlainn into ConnBtiht, so that be took away a 
thousand captivea aod many thousanda of cowa (or of 
cattle).— The defeat of Iloa (or of the liossa) in front of 
Cruacban [was inflictod] by the Sil-Muiredhaigh on tbe 
Conmaicni, wherein fell thrcc' Ui [FJcrgaile and many 
nobles besides. — Bran Ua Bruic, scnior* of West Munater ; 
GiUa-Palraic Ua Duibrathn, lector of Coll-da-lua and doctor 
of Munster; Fordomnach tbe Blind, lector of Cell-dara 
(namelj, a masfer of harping^), died. — Ccllaob, auccessor 
of PatrÍclc, [went] tho firat tirae upon circuit ot Meatb, ao 
that he took away hia demand. 

(Defeat" [waa inflicted] by the Conmaicni upon the Sil- 
Muiredaig, namcly, the Defeat of Magh-Brengair.) 

Ealends of Jan, on Ist fería, 18th of the moon, a.d. 
1111, Very great bad weather of froat and snow, bo that 
it cauBcd destruction of tame and wild animals. — Catbusach 
Ua Leadai of the Communitj of Patrick, eminent aenior^ 
of Ireland, rested in peaue.— Lugmagh waa bumed.— 
Port-lairgiwaaburned. — Conannuawaabnrned. — Ahoating 
by the UlidianB to Te!nch-oc, so tbat they uprooted ita 
treca.= A foray [was made] by Niall Ua Lochlainn, ao 
that he took away a tbouaund (or tbree thouaíind) cows, in 
reTenge thereof. — Fire of lightning burned Dun-da- 
lethglas, both Cloae and Third.^— A. Svnod was asserabled 
at Fiadh-Mic-Oenghuaa* by the nobles of Ireland around 
Cellach, successor of Patrick and uround Mael-Muire Ua 

llll. '&iiíor.— See notn ' of 
preoedÍDg ^ear. C. to6k lamadh 
(fOniwiiBÍíj) to Bignifj " reliqnci'." 

' r/-íM.~So6 4.D. 1093, uote'. 

'Cloie OFiiI TliÍrd, — From thÍB 
it in*7 be infeTTcd th*t Dqwq- 

pAtrÍclc wHs boilt on tho plan of 

* Fia<Ih^Iic-Otnghun.~T>u tcuod 
tf tlit «nii n/ Otngvi. Seo Lanieiui, 
ií. 37, and O'Douovan'a note, Fonr 
Mosters, ii. S91-2. 


cniMCcírc tiUrriTi. 

liuai«l-i'eiioip Crieiin. co coicaii;' n-epfcop, tiel 
plui*, co cíii cecaiB i'acffpc 7 co cpi inil'B mac n-acal] 
im TTl inpcepcaí, im liUa bpiain (muiiicepcaC* mop 
b]iiain''), co maifiB Lere ITlosa, im B]\a\l via^la 7 
TX)befa | pop cac, etep cuaií 7 ecUttf. — *Donnc«6 
hUa hCCnLuain, pi IiUa-tíÍaLtain.'' -oo mapbofi "010 
bpaicpiC 1 meBail.. Na bpaictp híy>in peir T)0 mapba^ 
■00 UiC-HíaUain' 1 n-a -oiiiaiL pia cenn pcec'a 
Coih'&at icep "OomnaLL hUa LotLamn 7 ■Ooniicttfe hUi 
n-eocaóa econ Cuan. co n-T)6iinpac tanpic 7 
cap-DjHic Uta[i]íi ecepeíia a ptapa petn tio *Oomnal 

lCat. lan. it. p.. t xs. ir.. CCnno 'Ooniini 111.° c." x." u. 
llaic CCp-Da-lll aca co n-a cemputt t» Lopcaí 1" n-tiecii 
}Cattann' CCppit^ -00 ppeic "Cpin Tnavr<nn' 7 in cpi 
Tpeic Tio T^pum mop.— Conj;atac, mac TTlic Coníoitl 
aipcinnec 'Oaipe, ipin cecpamafi' btiaíiain no5i 
aecacip pu[a]e, in penicencia- opcima ({Uieuic. — Cpec 
"Oomnatt hUa Loíitainn cap pine-n-Sotl, co cuc bopomi 
mop 7 bpaicc im'oa— SopmLafi, msen TTlupca'Sa TDic 
"Oiapmaca, ition, comapba Opisce, in bona pentcencia 
mopcua e|T. 

]Cal. lan. 1111. p., Vi., (ínno "Oomini TTl."c. x'ni.' 
ConnLa hUa pLoinn, comapba nioLaife tecstmne, 
quieuic. — Caep-ceinefi -00 ciaccaui aiíice psiti' pacpaic 
■FOp Cpuacan-CCiste, co potnitt cpicic* ■oo'm» oep 
t*ke.— ■■» Ítí., t.h.. A. B. Adoíjted into tcit, C. !■'■ r.m,, n.Lli., A; 
om., B.C. =jcx., A.B. 

A.D. 1112, ' TTlafun, A. 'peiiicetina, A.— " 111 -j-, kL., A. B. '•oiii,, 
B. c-e iiii.Tnqi bLiQ'naiii ic, A, B. 

AD Iin. 'veil, A. „iaa..A, B. 

1112, ' 
Ttird waa uniniuTed. 

ia, BbbeM uf Ki!dare. 1 

1113. ^ 0/ tU /Hrtinj f;U:—\ 
O'CoDor reada itm doti iTíuelhÍ-ilt \ 

■Aínf.— Tlie Saxon 1 

— ThM 

IvgvTÍÍt niunantiuia. But ota with 
tha geoitÍTe is b liring jdiom, 
dcDotÍiig s dUB, oT dMcription nf 
pBraonB. Aeootding to the Trip»r- 
tite Lifo (Part II.) and the Book of 
Annogh (fol. 13 c, d). St. Fatricfc 



Dunaln, GminGiit sGnÍor of Ircland, witb 50 bishops, or a Ll'"] 
little more, together with 300 pricsts and with 3000 
ecclesiaslics, nround Jruirccrtach Ua Briain (Muircertach 
O'Briain the Great), togsther with tbe noblee of the Half 
of Slogh, to enj'oin rule and good conduct upon every one, 
both laic and cleric, — Donncbadh Ua AnluaÍn, king of Ui- 
NiallaÍD, was Itillod by hia kinsmen in treBchery. Theao 
some kinsmen wero Idlled by the Ui-Niallain in revenge 
tbereof, before the end of twcnty nighla. — A mecting [took 
place] betweon Domnall Ua Lochhinn and Donncbadh Uii 
Ua Eochadha at the Cuan, bo they raade plenary peace and 
the UlÍdíana gave hostages of his own choice to Domnall 
Ua Locblainn. 

Ealenda of Jan. on 2nd fcria, 211th of tho moon, a.d, [iiiaBiB.i 

1112. The Close of Ard-Macha, witb its church, was 
bumed on tbe lOth of the Kalends of April [March 23] 
and two slreefa of Massan-Third and íhe tbird street of tbe 
Great Third.' — Congalach, son of Mac ConcbtiiIIe, herenagh 
of DaÍre, retted in moat cxcellcnt penancc, in the 94th year 
of his age,— A foray by DomnuU Ua LochlaÍnn over Fine- 
Gall, 80 that he took away great cattle-spoil and raany 
captives.^ — Gormlaith, daught^r of Miirchadh Mac Diar- 
mata, namcly, euccessor of [St.] Brigit,* died in good 

Kalend3 of Jan. on 4th fería, lOth of the moon, a.d. [ui3J 

1113. Connla Ua FlaÍnn, successor of [St.] Molaise of 
LeÍthglenn, resíed.— A thunderbolt come on [Monday, 
March 17] the night of tbe feast of Patrick upon Cruachan- 
Aighle, eo that it dcstroyed thirty of thc faaling folk^. — 

futed during' a Lent on Cruucliuii- 
Aigble (CroHgli-Fatricli, uo. Majo). 
The obHenaDca of the foxt by 
pilgTÍRw, it nppears fromtheprewut 
antrj, hftd beoome cuatomacj thore 
at thÍB tinie. 

> Tlie [liao SaÍHU] UÍ Snaaaigh.— 
TWo «ere two gmadaoDe of Sua- 

nncli, who were litewise abbotB 
oE Eaheii, King'i Co.,— Fidmuine, 
whoBo obit ÍB gÍTon étipra, í.o, 756 
(=7t>7) and «ho íb oamiiiemorated 
in the Calendac oí OengoB at May 
la and Fidairlo (not given in tho 
Cnlendac), whoso foaUTal was Oet. l . 
' SUwanl. — Of tho Armagh, 

88 coiMcclo: uIctdTi. 

A 4!)c rpoi]x:[c]i. — ^Diapmaii; hUct CeUaig, | comnTiba í)ll| 
Suanaig; "Oiapmair^ tiUa l^nsa[i]Ti, maep tTliJnn 
n-aiTici peilepoDpais"; TTIael-aeaílainn hUaConcobi 
in penicencia mopcui punc. — pLannacnn^ mac TTli 
Ipu, anbup abboT) CCipo-lTlaca, lap n-a 011501) 
)i-ai6pi§e €o5<tn>e, in pace obiic'' — "Donnca^ hUa 
ceipc Tio mapbrrfi la Híall liUa UicLoinn, la ^ 
Ceniti[i]L-Conailt — "OomnaLL, tnac "Donncoía hui' 
5iLLai-pacpaic, tio mapba-& tio ^uLL gabpain. — Slosoíi 
La "OomnaLL hUa LocLainn co CeneoL-eojain 7 ConaiLL 
7 CCipjiallu^ {co ^Lenn-Higa''), co poinnapbivreap 
"Oonncaíi a pige ULa-D 7 co popannpac ULLcii ecep hUa 
moísamna 7 macu ■OuinnpLeiBe. *0aL-n-CCpaiT»6 
imoppo' 7 hUi-eacac aice ■pein. SLo|ff& La TTluip- 
cepcnc hUa m-bpiain co pepaiC TTluman 7 co LaigniB 
7 ConnaccaiB co TT)a§-CoCa, 1 poiptcin ■Donnía-&a, 

Bí6« Slo^aft "Dano La 'OomnaLL t hUa LocLainn cup na 
pLolaiB peihpaiciB co TTlas-CoBu beup, 1 poiptrin ULtrfe, 
co paiBe imepe* caía eceppu, co ponecappcap Cell 
comapba pacpaic, po jne pif [a]. "Oonncaíi imoppo h' 
eocooa -Do ■baLlfffi La heo<;ai'6 hUa TTlafj;amna 7 
hULLcu.— SLo^ofi La TTluipcepcac hUa m-bpiain 7 
Leic TTloja, eceploeí 7 cLeipiuc, co T^penoic. "Oomni 
imoppo, mac TTlic LoCLainn, co maiciB 'Cuaipce[i]pc 
co CLuain-cain pep-poip, co m-baT)ap ■ppi pe mip cim) 
comop, co n-'oepnai CeaLLoc, comapba pacpaic 7 bacalL 
Ipu beop pic m-bliaÍTia ecappu. — Scamneap cpotia ei 

' — sintl, A. ' inipipi, A. — ^^' om., B. ; gÍTcn in C. ' ntic — o/íá 
«<»i.B. C. BgTeeawiUiA. ■'-^ itl., t.l>., A. B. = om. 


or priinatÍBl, ceas (UO6, «f/iro). Iti 
explonAtion uf ihe term, ic in to be 
iiotod thal in the Annah n/ Imii- 
fallfn {ad aii.) O'Longsn Í9 isilled 
Huperior [mmarhii) oí Ard-P»lTÍck 
(00. Limericfc). Thisohureh iímen- 
tioned in the Triporíite u foonded 

by St. Patriclt. In the Chra 
Seolomia he is coUed henmftg'h of 
Ard-Fatriok. lC ia added thst he 
iraa Idlled by ligbtmDg oi 
PntriGk, a statement that har 
agreen with the ijuitt 
the pravinciaj Chroruole. 

Diíirmait ITa Celliiigh, Bucceasor of tlie [two Saints] Ui 
Suanaigh^ ; Diamait Ua Longatn, steward' of Muueter, on 
the night of thc feast of Patriclt ; Mael-Sechlaina TJa Con- 
chobatr, king of Corcomruadh ; Findchaiee Ua Loingaigh, 
ting of Dul-Araidhc, tlied in penance. — Flannacan, son 
of Mael-lBU, one cligiblo to he ahbot* of Ard-Macha, after 
hÍ9 being anointed and aftcr select penance, died iu peace, — ■ 
DounchadhUa Taircheirt was líilled by Niull Ua LochlaÍnn, 
[naraolj'] by the líing of Cenel-Conail!. — Domnall, eon of 
Donnchadh grandaon of Qilla-Palraic [king of Os8ory], 
was kiUed hy [hia brother] Goll Gabrain.— A hosting 
hy Domuall Ua LochlaÍnn together with the Cenel- 
Eogain and [CeneI-]Cono[i]ll and the Airgialla (to 
Glenn-Righc), so that they espelled Donnchadh from the 
kiugship of Ulidia and divided Ulidia hetween Un Math- 
gamna and the bous of Donuslcihhc [Ua Eochadha]. Dal- 
Araidhe, howevcr, and UÍ-Echach [wore rcscrved] to him- 
aelf. A hosting by Muircertach Ua Briain with the mon of 
Munster and with tbe Leiusterracn and Connacht to Magh- 
Cobha, in aid of Donnchadh, A hoating also by Domnall 
Ua LochlaÍnn with the hosts aforesaid to Magh-Cobha too, 
in aid oí the Ulidians : ao that there was imminence of battle 
between them, until Ceallach, sueceasor of PatrÍck, separ- 
ated ihem undcr guiae of peaco. Nevertbeloss, Donnchadh 
Ua Eochadha was hlinded* by Eochaidh Ua Mathgamna 
and by ihe Ulidians. — A hosting by Muircertach Ua 
Bríain and by the Ilulf of Mogh, both laic aud cleric, to 
Grenoc. But Domnall, son of Mac Lochlainn, [came] 
with thc Dobles of the North of Irelaud to Cluaiu-cain of 
Fir-Roia, ao that they were for the epace of a month facing 
each other, until Ceallach, succcssor of Patrick and the 
Staff of Jesus also made peaco of a j'car between them. — 
A eourageous skirmish [waa Ibught] between the men of 

*JSiÍsi6ie to bí oMoí.— liittrall/. 1 
naterial of an Mot. materia Miatu. 

-IfioB 1108, nole 6,} FUmiacan 
'U n&ole oí Cellaob. It wait 

phipii pepii-muiji i:aT)Giii i co]ic]i(roaTi -Oft piTinTni 
Pefin-muisi, fDoii, TiUaCpi<;a[i]il 7 hlla •Doiiiiaca[i]ti. 

(Cal. lan- u. p, í,. ra- 1.. ÍXimo "Dommi TIl-'* c-" x-' \ 
piaTin, mac ITlic' [ph]laiinca'oa,coinapba moUn)i T)aii 
innfi; Tnuel.-Colunn IiUa Copniaca[i]n, comapba einne 
CCpann ; "T>ia]imaic blla pimnníua, comapba (Xilbe 
Imlefa-iBaip, huapal-eppcop^pepleisini)*, epneTiacfeoic 
7 biií, eini5 7 'oeipce; pepDomnao Iilla Clucain, com- 
apba Cenannpa, m paca quieuepuiic— 'Cei'&m EaUtip 
moip 'DO gabaiL ÍTluipcepcais hlli Opiain, pi^ epenil, 
T]-7)6pnai anpabpacrai* Tie 7 co popcap ppi 
"Oiapmaic imop)io'DO§abailpi5i Tnumani n-apiaíiTitiii 
cen i';ecu|u'&. — 8tuasafila"Oomn«lthUal,oElaiiiiicoR( 
Cennai§, co cóims Cocai'o hUa TTIacsanina co ii-tlttcuiB 
1 n-ace£7 "Oonncaíi hUa loinspig co n-'Oat-CCiMiiíie 7 
CCe'5 hUa Tluaipc co pepmC llpeipne 7 TTIupfoí hUa 
TTlaet-Sectainn co pepaiB TTlí'&e. 'Outtocap lap pin, 
■DibtinaiG, 'oop ttc-tuam co T)un-t«aíia, co ciiinig Txnpp- 
TietbaE hUa Concoboip co ConnaccaiB 7 UialL hUa 
I«ctainn, o^ mac po'oein^ co Cenet-Conaitt i^ n-a aipiucc* 
"OoÉocap mimupiio uite lap pin co 'CeLai5-hUa-n-'Oe-6ai§* 
1 n-'OaiL-Coip, co n-Tiepnpacap oppo'b m-bLioína 7 pp 
TTluman. "Oo'&eofai'D vom "OomnaLt htla Voctainn ap 
puc ConnaÉc Tiia C15. — CCe'o, mac ■Donncofia hUi eocor5a, 
piiwmna Uta*; ■Donncaí hUa LoinEpig, pi "OaiL- 
A.D. 1111. ' FopLei5i*in, A. • nopabiiacrafTiÉ om.), B. *-" inn-a 
oeiiicc.A. * — ejais, IJ.— "'"''■1 B; gÍTeninC. i-1'itoii. nioc"DomnaiU. 
Viméin — noBia/s.íAíSDiiO^/JomniiW Aímtt//;itl.,t,b., B. C. Rgrees with A. 


owÍDg parbapB to old sgo thaC be 
had been paased ovBr in favonc ul 
liis nephew. 

' Btindeá. — Tbereby be beoamo 
incBpaaitatpd to reig^. Acoard- 
ingljf, in tiia regiml LÍflt (L. L. 
p. 41d), liis sucpeBfore, Aed ami 
Eocliaid (Etons of Donníleible) ure 
BetdowD&flermeDtÍonof biablÍDd- 

ing, wbea ba bad reigned tfaree 

t!l*. '^FtrdommcWa ClaraaU.— 
Ho is called Bocoenor (comBrba] 
nf Coluin-oille in the tliiid cfaarter 
of the BcKik of Eells, in whioh fae 
uppean amon)i;at tfae gnarantom. 
See ReeTcs' Áilamnan, p. ioi. 
' A sicUlan — FoT co n'dcriuii anflí- 


Fern-magh thcniselvos, wherein fell twa roval heira of [llis] 
Fern-magh, namely, TJa Cricain and Ua DonoacaÍD. 

Kalends of Jao. on 5th feria, 21st of the moon, a.d. [1114] 
1114. Flann, son of Mac Flannohadha, successor of [St.] 
Molaise of Daim-inis ; Mael-Coluim Ua Connacain, 
successor of [Si.] Eine of Ara; Diarmait Ua Flannchua, 
auccessor of [St.] Ailbe of Imlech-ibhaÍr, arclibishop and 
lector, bestower of freasure and of food, of hospitality and 
of charity ; Ferdomnach Ua Clucain,' aucceasor [of St. 
Oolumba in the monasterj'] of Ceuannus, rested in peace, 
— A fit of heavy Íllness aeized Muircertaoh Ua Briain, kÍDg 
of Ireland, ao that lio became a ske!eton' and parted witb 
his kingsliip. But Diarmait took the kingship of Munster 
in his preaence, without permiasion. — A hosting by Domnall 
Ua Lochlainn to Rath-Cennaigh, so that there camo into 
hÍB house Eochaidh Ua Mathgamna with the Ulidians and 
Donnchadh Ua Loingsigh with the Dal-Araidhe and Aedh 
Ua Uuairc witb tbe nien of Breifne and Murchadh Ua 
Mael-ScchlaÍnn with tbe men of Mcath. They went 
aftcr tbat, both [hosts], past Atb-Luain to Dun-Ijeodha, 
eo that Tairrdelbacb Ua Concobhoir with the Connacht- 
men and Niall Ua Locblainn. bis own son, with the Cenel 
ConaiU, came Ínf« his a39embly. They all moreover wont 
after tbat to Telach-Ua-Dedhaigh in Dal-Cais, ao that 
they and the men of Munster made a trucc of a year- 
Thcreupon Domnall Ua Lochluinn wcnt throughout 
Connacht to hia bouae. — -Aodh,' son of Donncbadh* Ua 
Eochadha, royaI heir of Ulidia ; Donnchadh Ua Loingsigh, 
king of Dol-Araidhe ; Ua Canannain Ciiaracly, Euaidhri), 

abr«chla, O'Conor (bjr oíerloolrinff 
tbe oonlTW.tion-miirVH. and mip. 
reading uid diriding the litst word) 
lia* eoitdaa an tAííríHn— Ít« ut siir- 
dmoBtet! Eut O'Donovan, »ha 
w** not bothertd by tlie tenn, aptlj 
quotea {F. M., ii. BBT-S) fioiQ 

Coriuac's Olmsar;/ U> prQTS thftt an/t- 
brachtai meBnC B person waated bj 

' .lerffi.fír.— Of thefniirmention- 
ed in thi« pntry, the Fonr Msotp™ 
stnto that nU hut Un Caniinnaín 
dicd natuTOil dcHlhs. 


92 CCtlMCClCC UlCCDtl. 

B48b 0Ctiai'5G; hUa Cananna[i]n (i'oon,*' Tluai'5iii0> tii'00Tn|na 
Ceníuil-Conaill (o"* Cenel-6oj;ain'^) ; TTluiíice|iTOc hUa 
Loclainn, in-oomna CCili§, iniu|^re inrefipecci funr. 

]CaL lan. ui. p., l. 11., CCnno T)OTnini TTl.* c.** x.** u." 
*Ooinenn 'Depmai|i fieoi'5 7 piecra^i] o'n* coicit) T)ec 
]Calann Gnaip'' co coicit)^ vec ]Calann TTlafirai,** uel 
pauloplui^ cofiola^ áp. en 7 cerpai 7 T)aine: T)ia^ popapp 
repcai mop po 6pinn uile 7 ilLaiginiB peoc cac. — ^Diop- 
mair: hUa bpiain, pi TTluman, t)0 ep^abail laíTluip- 
ceprac hlla m-bpiain. — 6pce t)0 íabaipr: t)0 macaiB mic 
CCe-Da, mic Ruai'5pi, im 'ChaippT)elbac hUa Concobaip, im 
pi§ Connafe (iT)on, 1 n-CCé-bo'), co poloirpex: 7 cop'[b]o' 
cpoli5i T)ó. — TTlaiT)m pia n-T)omnall hUa m-bpiain 7 pia 
^allaiB CCra-cliaí pop LaipnB, 1 T:opcaip T)onnccr5, hua 
A 49dendi TTlail-na-mbo, pi hlIa-Ceinnpelai§ | 7 Concobup hUa 
Concobuip, pi hUa-pail^, co n-a macaiB 7 pocaiT)i 
apcena. — ^Domnall, mac 'Cai'Sg hUi bpiain, pÍT)omna 
TTluman, vo mapba5 t)0 ConnacraiB. — TTluipcepcaS hUa 
bpiain T)o §abail a pip T)opí[€]íp 7 t)0 íiacT:ain, pluaigeS, 
ilLai§niB 7 1 m-bpegaiB. — ^DaiTiliacc CCpT)a-bpeca[i]n,co 
n-a lán t)o T)oinil5, t)o lopcff^ t)o pepaiC, TTluman 7 cealla 
ím'5a apcena 1 Pepai6-bpea§. — Cpeac móp la 'Caipp'5eal- 
bac hUa Concobuip 7 la ConnacraiB, co poaipgpec co 
Luimnnec (iT)on,*^ 'Cucrc-TTluma[n]'*), co pucpac boppoma 
T)iaipmí'5e 7 bpaix: ím'^a. — TTlael-8e£lainn hlla TTlael- 
8eclainn, piT)omna 'Ceitipac, occipup epu. 

c-c itl., t.h., A, B ; g^ven in 0. ^-^ itl., t.h., B ; om., A, 0. 

A.D. 1 1 16. * |iotac, A. The í íb meaningless. ' 7 — and, prefixed, B. 

•guti'bo, B. — *-* o'n .u.iT) "oec Kl. Onaii>, A; o .lu. Kt. 1anai|v, B. 

^^ u.iT) .X. KL ÍTlaiica, A ; .xu. Kte. íriaficai, B. ^-citl., t.h., A. ; om., 

B.,; giveninC. 

[Chasm in A up to A.D. 1162.] 

d-d itl., t.h., MS. (B) ; given in C. 

* Donnchadh. — He was deposed 
and blinded in the preceoding year. 

* IfVre unju$tly »lain, — The phra«o, 
as here given, is applied to one 
of the individuals in the AnnaU 
of Loch Ce \ad an.). 

1115. ^ Dangcrmis illness — Li* 
terally, gori/ bjing-doicn, 

^ Murtagh, etc ; Mahon, eíc.; Mur» 
tagh^ete.; Maolmai^etc. — Givenin 0. 
The entries here and elsewhere 
f ound in C. aud omitted in B majr 


roj-al beir of Cenel-Conaiil (by the Cenel-Eogain) ; Muir- [lin] 
certach TJa Lochlainn royal heir of Ailech, were unjuBtlj 

Ealends of Jun. on 6th feria, 2nd of the moon, a.d. [ins] 
1115. Very hard weather oF frost and snow from the 
lóth of the "Xdlénds of Januarj [Dcc. 18] to the ]5th of 
the Xalends of March [Feb. 15], or a little longer ; so 
that ít caused destruction of birds and cattle and people : 
whcreof grew great dearth throughont all Ireland and in 
Leínater bcyond every [pluce]. — Diarmait Ua Briain, king 
of Munster, was taken prisoncr by MuÍrcortach Ua Briain. 
— An attaclí was madc by the sons of Aedh, eon of 
Ruaidhri, upon Tairrdclbach Ua Concbobair, [that íb,] 
upon the king of Connacht (namely, in Ath-bo), so that 
they injured him and dangerous ilÍneEs' rcsulted to him. 
— A dcfeut [was iuflictcd] by Domnall Ua Briain and by 
Ihe Forcigners of Ath-clinth upoa the Leinstermen, 
wherein fell Donnchudh, grandsoa of Mail-na-mbo, king 
of Ui-Ceinnselaigh and Couchobur Ua Conchobuir, king 
of Ui-Failghi, with their sona and a multitude besidea 
("and Murtagh^ O'Tcg, king of FerHi, [was] killed")-— 
Domnall, aon of Tadhg Ua Briain, royal heir of Munater, 
waskillcdby theConnachtmen. — ("Mahon^MacMaoilmaii, 
King of O'ííeachaii in Munster; Maoilsechlain O'Fogartai, 
king of Eli [died]."^ — jMuirccrtach Ua Briain took hís king- 
ship again^ und went on a hosting into Leinster and ioto 
Bregha. — ("Murtagh^O'Ciarraaic,kingof O'HaneiO'Conor 
Kyerry ; Donell [Mac ?] Murcha 0' Fiainn ; Mac Flatichaa, 
king of Muskrai, all iiilled." — )The stone church of Ard- 
Brecain. with ita eomplement of people, was bumed by 
the Men of Munster aud manj churcbcs besidea in Fir- 
Bregh. — Grcut foray* by Tairrdelbach Ua Conchobuir and 

hive been conlaiiied in A. (Seo 
teitnBÍ BOte a, 1117 i-fra.) Most 
ot tbein rplnte to MonBter, aod af 
ihoie tbo Aanat4 nf fnHÍifalltii puBa 
orer the grQBler p4irt. It thus 
ft>Uowe that thore cxiatid a cbor- 

liclo of MoTnunian BSairH. of whiah 
lothing u knowu at preseut. 

Tíioi Aíi íiiiffdom ofaín.— See 
he (H!Cond entt7 uDdcr the pre- 

94 CrHMftlCC Ul-CCDtl. 

[bip lC"'-- '""■ ""■ V-- 1- ^ iii..CCnno "001111111 tn." c." x." 111," 

CeuLLní. comdpba pfír)iiiic, poji cuaiiir Cotihuít Wiii) 
ajiu cup, co cuc a lanCumpc. — CGuLL-Da-l«a co ti-o 
rempoll "Do Lofcorft. — Coiicac mop THutnan; 7 ImLec- 
iBaip; •Oaiprec 'niuel-lru lli b|tolía[i]n ; 7 blo* 1« 
l,iTníioTi; CCEu^-inbo Caitmi| ; CLuain-1 paijn) ciieinacae 
runc".— rec n-abboS mop (Cnwt-TTluCa,co pCic«'caigi[fi] 
íme, "00 LorccTD 1 co|'tic Co]i§aif iiu bLiaftna fo. — 

Btíc TnObna pejmLenna pami]- aTjIiuc afn)ec | iLl^ií mosa, 
ecep Ungiiícu 7 TTluimnecu, co popapais cealLa 7 ■ouine 
7 cuoca 7 co poe[T]i'pai'5' po irpinn 7 xiap muip 7 co 
poLa áp inna mece maícaca. — ta^muiin, mac "DomnaiLl, 
bua pi5 CCLbaii, -do muphffb do pepaiC Vllopiab. — ^T)ep- 
bail, ingen 'Coipp'DeLbais hlli bpiain, mopcua epc. 

lcaU 1an. 11. p.. l-fXx. iiii-, CCnno Ttonnni TTl.''c.°i.° uii.* 
ConcobuphUa CaipiLLa[i]n do niapba-5'DopepaiB-TTlanac. 
— Cofiuixic hUa CnuiLL, uapal-eppcop tíonnucc, in 
Chpipco ■Dopmiuic' — TTlaeL-bpi5ce TTlac 1lona[i]n, 
comupbu CenaninM, 7 ap TTliiinncipi Cenannra ime, "do 
niupbuíi Tio CCg-d IiU« Tlnaipc^'Do Ui[C]-bpiuin 1 n-CCine 
A.D. nm. '— nmj, MS. «■•ciwnicrca bjt, MS. bii.ic, MS. 
A.D. 1117. * oonmipiiuiic, MS. ; in Chiii^^o Twjp,iti!PHUiir. C t 
wHali proTen tliat tbo " Owea" and "Conor" iteniB «Grecuntaíocdin A. 

' Fura^. — Mude when O'Briea 
WBB HbwDt ÍD LeinBter. 

1116. '/Itgh, elc.; CaagaloA, tU. 

— OÍTOIl ÍD 0. 

■ Tkt Oralon/, tíe.—O Donovan 
CF. M. ii., p. 1003) nj> ic wu at 
l.l9niore. Vr. ReevFS {Adautsan, p 
4Uti), witb more cauliuu, 8xys it vhs 
H'eniii,gtf theri;. Aucorilini; Co tbc 
AnMU -/ l>«U/ullt^ (J> BmlFhBÍn 
cUcd nC Liamare. is ule to infei 
tlut lie reCired to thu eslablisbDieni to 
prepire for bia eail ; whilst tbe jire- 
Knt entr; cinnnt be conMracd tn 
:uirj tbnl be erecled uiy bnilding 
' oralory, ll 

. probufclc. 


; bebjQged lu tbal 

U>e1-liin bivii 

' LÍMÍgj/.—Lii aigedh—/i/rt 
gueiti, i. e., eneal'houae. " OU- 
kjann" (devolet o/ (.S(.) CVnrifn) 
ahowsCbat it belonged to OlcouDao- 
Doise. A úmibu' eBtabliiIimotis Mt> 
iatod ÍD Arm&gh (1003=4, IDle, 

' Reaveai. — Rmdi itUh — Std 
iireA, O'DonoTBD (/'. .V., ii. 1003) 
Stningelj tooli rnlddU a n.dr oÍf 
hÍB teit to Et|;nif]r tbnt O'Brim 
tlavghltred iht inhabitanli of Roere- 
hagb(ot>.OaIwaj). Tbe tizpre«uiiQ 
Tneane tbat tbe TbomoDd inToding 
forcea wcre annlhilBted. 


by tbe Connachtmeii, so that they harried as far aa [11161 
Limeriek (nainely, Tliomond), until they toolc away 
cattle-apoil innumerablo and captives inany. — {"Mnolmai* 
O'Ciardai, líingof Carbrei [was slain]." — )Macl-Sechlainn 
Ua Mael-Sechloino, royal hcir of Tara, was slaiu. 

Ealeods of Jan. on 7th feria, 13th of the mooD, a.d. [1118Bíb.] 
1116. Ocallach, successor of Patríeic, [went] upon circuit 
of Connacht for the accond turn, so that be took away hia 
fuU circuit [demand]. — (" Ilugh' O'Einelvan, king of 
Laoire; Echry Lochan, Kiug of MallonP, died." — ^CealI 
da-lua with its cburch was burned. — Great Cork of 
Munster; and Imlecb-ibhair ; the Oratory^ of Mael-Isu 
Ua Brolchain ; and part of LÍsmor ; Achadb-bo of [St] 
Cainnecb; [and] Cluain-iraird were burned.— The great 
house of the abbota of Ard-Macha with twenty houses 
around it waa burncd in tbe beginning of the Lent of tbia 
vear, — Great famine-pcstileuce still rages Ín thc Holf o£ 
Mogh, amongst both líeinatermen and Munstermen ; so 
that it dcsolated churchea and foria and dÍHtricts imd 
spread tbroughout Ireland and over sea and caused destruc- 
tion to an [in]conceivabIe degree. — Ladhmunn, aon of 
Domnall. graudson of [Donnchadh] tho king of Scotland, 
was tilled by tbe men of Moray. — DorbaÍl, daughter of 
Toirrdelbach Ua Briain, died. 

(" Congalach' Mac G-iIkyaran, airchinnech of Lisaigy,° in 
bona penitentia quievit, — The slaugbter of Itoaveai* upon 
Diermad 0'Bryaii.") 

Ealends of Jan. on 2nd feria, 24tb of tbo moon, A.D. 
1117. Concbobur Ua Cairillain was killed by the FÍr- 
Manacb. — {'■Diermatt' MacEnDa, kingof Leinster, diedin 
Dublin. — Owen Mac Ecbtiern, Coarb of [St.] Butí ; Conor 
O'Follovan, Coarh of Clon-IraÍrd ;") Cathusach Ua Cnail), 
archbiebop of Connacht, slept in Chriat. — Mael-Brighte 


5117. 'BUrmiUl,tle.—GiveniaC. 1 
Ths flrst itsra la found in the Anaali 
nf Boijlf, vheie, tnt died in Dubtin, 
Vae rtídirg it: aná o/ Ath-clailh, ! 

d (ad an.). Tho F. M. I 


"Ooiniiais Cpuini-'Duba[i]n. pacie]' 'Dotniin 
pacieiiceT haec'' Tcelepa, uc pGjnjoc "dg ceinui Toeinofin 
eonnm [Cf. Ps. xxxiÍL 17]. — Caí (nwii', Cu£ l^a[i 
■Do -Detiurii ■Do binan, mac TTItipíata 7-00 macaiS 
Coíail hUi Coiicobaijico Connaccaiti impu ppi ^m; 
■fiealbaC, mac ii-"Oiapmtrca 7 pfii 'Oal-Coiy, co iiemaiíi 
poji "Oal-CaiT 7 co ]\olffb u ii-áiv — (X.]\ Cem uil-ii-eogaiB 
na filnni^ -do cop la Cenel-ConuiLl 7 maici itn-Doi 
íuiciin unn- — Caru]xtG lilla CnaailL, uafat-epixop 
nacc; pLunn hUaScuLu, epixiop Connepe ; TnueL-lTIui 
epi'cop'Ouin-Tia-Leíslai'; SiLLu-'niocua mac CamcuaTrctC" 
epi-cop "OaimLiacc; CeaLLac hUa CoLma[i]n, epix:op 
pGpna; CCnmca& hUu CCiimca'&a, eppcop OCpTja-pepca 
upenain'D ; Tnuipe'5ac liUa henLainse, epi'cop CLuuno- 
pepca bpenaim); TTIaelpuunais'' hUa CipLica[i]n, com- 
apbapobaipirpi pé ciana, omnepinChpipcoTiopmiepunc 
— TTIael-lTluipe hUa "Oúna[i]n. pui oppcoip JoibeL 7 
cenn cLeipec n-Cpenn 7 niuipe ■oépce iii 'Dommn, in 

SBpcuosepimo i'epcimo anno aecucip ptiae, in nontf 
laLenwp'lanuapii, peLesiomi' puue mogtiae opciTDj 
cuppuni conpum[m]uuic. 

lCaU lun. 111. p, L u., CCnno ■Ooinini TTI." c 
A.D. 1117. 1.01J1., MS.; given in C. '■'^itl.. t.b., MS. ; (fiveniaC. 
<' OwÍDg to a ataiu, it ia jmpossible lo dÍBcern tlie mu'k oí (Kii]traotiin)= 

, in 


inif HlXanoip 

' Mael-Brishte iíac Jlonaíii.—Se^ 
Reeven' Aibmiian, p. 403. 

^Friday.—Síir AiueHieF.U. wad 
uUlhche CnighO. Thc Sunilaj g[ 
Crum DubaaVBstfaolutaf Suinmer. 
aocordiDjf to 0'HahBrty, wbo adda 
that Ít witB ao Gslled to oomuieiiio- 
rale the dentrBctiDQ of tlio idol 
Conti- (Crom . ) cniaioh by St. Patriok 
H HMTated íd the SL'caDdPart oí thé 
Tripactite. In hujua vero aiem- 
cnbilis idulomnohiae memoriam 
ftFbítnirDoiDÍmcam pFoxÍmaui anfe 
KbL Ang. HiloDiii rítii per IIibi.T- 
■liam iledicatiuu,ijuam rulgo l)i,„i. 

naeh Cromduihhj i, e., Dúmiiiionn 
Crom Jiígn nuitoupBiit j nigri a:. 
ob homndum et deformBm TÍBÍbilil 
speatri BpeGÍem : alii rectiiu in 
victolis gratiam Dominicam S. 
Patrioii nominaut [Ofyjia, Pan 

in.. c, xiii. p. isfl-ii). 

Butforull Ihisheipreanoantho- 
ritj. " Colgan (Tr. Th, p. 508), in 
tmnalating the toil a( the Toai 
maldii; that dBf the fe«tÍTaI uf St. 
CrDmdubh. Butthere wuDúMidi 
Haint ' iLamgan, E. H, ir. 



Mac Ronain,* superior of Cenannus — and sláughter of the [1117] 
Communitj of Cenannus [took plaee] along with him — 
was killed by Aedh Ua Ruairc and by the TJi-Briuin on 
the Friday^ before the Suuday of Crom-duban. The 
countenance ^ of the Lord is against those who do these 
evil things, to cut o£E the remembrance of them from the 
earth [Cf. Ps. xxxiii. 17]. — A battle (namely, the battle 
of Lecan) was fought by Brian, son of Murchadh and by 
the grandsons of Cathal XJa Conchobair and the Connacht- 
men along with them against Tairrdelbach, son of Diarmait 
and against the Dal-Cais, so that defeat was inflicted upon 
theDal^Caisdud slaughterof themensued. — Slaughterof tbe 
Cenel-Eogain of the Island was inflictedby the Cenel-Conaill 
and many nobles f ell there. — Cathusach ^ Ua Cnaill, arch* 
bishop of Connacht ; Flann Ua Sculu, bishop of Connere ; 
Mael-^Muire, bishop of Dun-da-lethglas ; Gilla-Mochua 
' Mac Camchuarta, bishop of Daimliacc ; Ceallach Ua Col- 
main, bishop of Ferna ; Anmchadh Ua Anmchadha, bishop 
of Ard-ferta of [St.] Brenann ; Muiredhach Ua hEnlainge> 
bishop of Cluain-ferta of [St.J Brenann ; Maelruanaigh Ua 
Ciflichain, successor [of St. Fechin] of Fobar for a long 
time, all slept in Christ. — Mael-Muire Ua Dunain, learned 
bishop of the Goidhil and head of the clergy of Ireland 
and steward of the almsdeeds of the world, consummated 
the most excellent course of his great religious life in the 
77th year of his age, on the 9th of the Xalends of January 
[Dec. 24]. 

(" Mael-Muire® O'Dunan, archbishop of Munster, 
quievit. — The battle of Lettracs [Lettracha-Odhrain].") 

Xalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 5th of the moon, a.d. 1118. [1118] 

* The countenancef etc, — The Vul- 
gate Í8 : Vulttis autem Domini super 
fadentes mala, ut perdal de terra 
memoiiam ejrum. 

^ Cathutach — A repetition of an 

obit in the second entry under this 

* Mael-Muire^ etc, — Given in C. 
Takcn, doubtless, from the Ánnals o/ 

lai-&5nen hlla ■Oinbmipct, pt pefi-TíltmftS, -oo irnTpbcrfi 
■oo UiB-pilaCpaC 7 'o'pepaiB iia CpaiBe, — ^Diaiiincm; 
hUa í))tiaiii, pí TnuTnan 7 leiíi ITIosa (rpíieaiia. 
tnopínjup e^r 1 Copcoig mop 'munian, lop n-on^oró 7 
aicpigi, — Tnerp cer:' n-iinsa Tw ai-oniiB aipFpinn Ceallais, 
comapba paqiaic, no bff&uft 1 n-'OabaU 7 bií^aí ■oó'péin, 
— pafchaLip, coniapba pewip, fepuup peLesiopup cum 
■Dilexione "Oei ec ppoximi, an Clipipruni níiEpuuic. — 
tnapia, ingen ITIatl-CoLuini, mgen ptj; CCL.b(ni, ben ptg 
Saxon, mopcua eyc — StOpO^ L« t^aippTteLbac liUtt 
ConcoBaip, La pi^ Connacc 7 La ITIupcaí hUa TTli 
SeíLoinn, pt T^empuc, imnilLi ppip 7 la híXsb 
TíiUaipc ipin TTlumain, conpoícoDup ftLenn-TTla^atn 
cap-D T3e)'-TnuiTiaín tjo TTlac Cappíaij 7 T^uaí-TTIuniain 
■Do macinG "OiaptriírDa 7 co cuc a n-j;taLtu ■DibLinaiB. 
8lo5a'5 aiLe" Leip co 1i(£c-cLi(íc, co cuc mac pife 'CIiempaí 
bot iLLaim 5«LL 7 giaLLii ^aLl FU^étii 7 paLlu l. 
Oppai^. — ScoL ínsnarD ínDiptc na bmlicpi§ 
caLaiTicumix;ut;uS móp 1 8Leib-eipa, co p 
iLcacpaca 7 áp n-Twme ínnciíi. — SgeL ingmxb 
n-epinn : ition, mutp'oucón tio pabaiL ■o'iapsuimB 
lirapgltnn 1 n-Oj-pai^B 7 apaiLe ic popc-Ui 
Tllai'om Cinn-'Daipe|:opUiB-e£aC ULa:& pia Tniip£a6 
TluaDaca[i]n, co poLa^b a r\-á\t — Tluaiípi IiUa Concobl 
A.D. 1118. •.c, MS. <> .ii,, M8. 

1118. ' Jllmict/ loai rnilimgtrett. — 
Ijlenlli', /nght (liappateií) to him- 
ttl/. The CBiTj'ÍDg of 80 muoh 
obnroh pUte shuws that Ceiliiuh 
woa engaged □□ a TÍBÍtatÍon ol tlie 

' Pii.daJú.— Died J«n. 2, 1118. 

'Jforíu.— Mnrried inWefltminsler, 
1101); diod lad wu bnrred t 
thi» jear, sccarding to tha Acgla 
Saion Chronlcle. 

SryaB, tte. ; Dontll, it 

IiUa , 


iioin I 



Laidbgnen Ua Duibdara, king of Fir-Manach, was killed [lUS] 
by the Ui-Fiachrach and by the Men of Craibh. — Diarmait 
Ua Briain, king of Munster and of the Half of Mogh 
besides, died in great Cork of Munster after unction and 
penance. — The value of one hundred ounces of the Mass- 
requisites of Cellach, successor of Patrick, was drowned in 
the Daball and himself ^ was in danger. — Paschalis,^ suc- 
cessor of Peter, a religious servant with love of God and of 
the neighbour,passed to Christ. — Maria,^ daughter of Mael- 
Coluim, [i.e.] daughter of the king of Scotland, wife of 
[Henry] the king of the Saxons, died. — (** Bryan * Mac 
Murough 0'Bryan, heyr of Munster, killed by Teig Mac 
Carthai and by Desmond." — )A hosting by Taírrdelbach 
Ua Concobhair [that is], by the king of Connacht and 
by Murchadh Ua Mael-Sechlainn, king of Tara, along 
with him and by Aed Ua B.uairc into Munster, until they 
reached Glenn-Maghair and he gave Desmond to Mac 
Carthaigh and Thomond to the sons of Diarmait [Ua Briain] 
and took their pledges from them both. Another hosting 
by him to Ath-cliath, so that he took away the son of the 
king of Tara, who waa in cu8tody of the Foreigners and 
the pledges of the Foreigners themselves and the pledges 
of Leinster and of Ossory. — A wonderful tale the pilgrims 
tell : namely, a great earthquake* at Mount-Elpha shook 
many cities and killed many persons therein. — Another 
wonderful tale in Ireland : a mermaid was taken by fisher- 
men of the Weir* of Lisarglinn, in Ossory and another at 
Port-Lairge.— (" Donell * Mac Roary O'Conor, heyre of 
CoDuaght, died." — )The defeat of Cenn-daire [was inflicted] 
upon the Ui-Echach of Ulidia by Murchadh Ua Buadha- 
cain, 80 that slaughter of them was inflicted. — Ruaidhri 
Ua Conchobuir, king of Connacht for a long time, died [in 

• 0/ the Weir, etc— O'Conor'a tran- 
saipt and translation are pertiaps 
worth quotation : cor adh lis ar glinn 
in Oiraighibh, ocut ar aile ic Puirt- 

lairge — cujus longitudo talis, ut ex- 
trcmitas una esset in Ossoria, altera 
Waterfordiae (quae Surio distermina- 
bantur) ! 

100 ctHiial-a uloroli. 

pi CotiiiaSc •p[a 'pe ciana. t>o gc mW ailirjii' ipn c-i-eifl 
llia^ain ■piíec'' Jop n-a ■ootlii-fi. 

JCaL. lan. iiii. p, l. 3::.ui-, CCnno "Oomini lTl.''c.' x.'] 
Cenii-coiia'o 'oo j'cailtvo "oo ConnaCcaiB — TTlmpceiv^^^ 
tiUa Oitiam, pt Cpenn 7 cuip o]n>ain 7 aipecair tap€<nft'l 
in TTOinain, lup m-biiai'& pioi 7 aicpi^ 1 péiL Tnocoeihó[ilc 
Leic 7 1* cepc" It) ITlapca, in t(Uinca i;;epia, in iii^rii lia 
ocraua luna, inopcu[u]p efc. — Cíi-coLl6aiLle hUa Oai 
la[i]ii. apTioLlatn epenn ap í«n 7 apT)eiiw;. ai:x aiTie£,j 
coiii'oepcle coiccmn ^ípi cimobU 7 cpiunu, tk) mcqiba&l 
pepaiB-Luips 7 Tio Cliuaic-Uaía ciim i'iia uxopel 
B 40a 'ouobup pLiip I facip bonip ec cuin cpiginca qiiiw 
aLi[i]|>, ecep líiuinnciii 7 unaTioniu, lii Soi' 
niincurc 7 lii peiL í)eca[t]n, Tnuic CuLa. — Uuaf&pi hfl 
Compaiii, aipcmnec [ph]afna-móiic, qiiieuic-- 
bepcac hlla'fisiien, pi pepn-iTiuisi TTiipú, iX) i 
pep§aillnni'i Loca-Cpó, Teiióip aipmiciiect miLiíi c 
■Oé,a'oChpipcummi5pautc — CoiiEociuphlíaJJ«i'-Tn(ii 
■''= A lnter haad nruti^ ín iifTÍ^inaliniie [tlio Ld^íii equlvalenl] o 

-r hand), O. 

1 Hes" (10 M^r 

' 261* yeor._SBe 1093, 
Th« brscksted wDrda ini from Ihe 
C. tniiulaUoD. 

1 Uí». ' TTSf 3r(í. — ThÍB Í9 a trpical 
inatanoo, Bhowing the vnluo of lie 
ferinl ftnd lunatioQ. The 1 
col LettOT wan E and tbe Golden 
NambeF XVIII. Iblarah 10 of the 
teit WDuld aacardingly be Mouda}', 
niDon -25. On ibe ottier liaiid. 
ThurBdnj, moou 2Í, are a doDbl« 
prouf that tho dato was Marah 13. 
Oonsequentlj, the Horíbc, bj tht 
most frequBntlj rcourriníf <rf >S 
crrorH, niistooli ti'. for «., títaé^ 
chimging3;íii-)iuto6 (.n.). 

From C. it may ba infened t 
ui n-as libcwiiie tho rcndinf of J^ 

The Four llait'.cra fulJowed 
Bi'. dI tha MS. and onÍUt 
in most of tho similM' IM 
Iho week-da)'iincl liinatlon. 
apnn, 0'l>anoviiQ ccmcta ji 
/iurti, notin^ thu O'CInt^ 'Í 



Clon-Mac-Nois] in pilgrimage, in the 26th year^ after [ni8] 
his blinding. 

Kalend8 of Jan. on 4th feria, 16th of the moon, a.d. [m^ 
1119. Cenn-coradh was razcd by the Connachtmen. — 
Muircertach TJa Briain, king of Ireland and tower of the 
splendour and principality of the West of the world, died, 
after victory of lcingship and penance, on the feast of 
Mochoemoc of Liath and on the 3rd ^ of the Ides [13th] 
of March, on the 5th feria, on the 28th of the moon. — 
(" Donell^ O'Hadeth, king of 0'Neachay, killed by Echry 
Mac Laithvertay O'Hadith, king of O'Neachai after." — ) Cu- 
coUchaille TJa Baighellain, arch-ollam of Ireland for science 
and for almsdeeds, for hospitality, for general benevolence 
towards weak and strong, was killed by the men of Lurg and 
and by Tuath-Ratha, with bis wife and two very good sons 
and with thirty-five others, both ^ domestics and guests, in 
the same hoase, on the Saturday of Little Easter * [ April 
5] and on the feast of [St.] Becan, son of Cula.^ — Ruaidhri 
TJa Tomrair, herenagh of [F]athan-mor, rested. — Flaith- 
bertach TJa Laidhgnen, king of Fem-magh for a [long] 
time, died.'— (" Hugh ^ Mac Branan's sonn, king of East 
Leinster, killed.— Donagh Mac Gillpatrick'8 sonn, heyr of 
088ory, killed by Ossorij themselves." — ) Ferghail® of the 
Island of Loch-Cre, venerable religious counsellor, soldier 
select of God, passed to Christ. — Conchobur Ua Gailm- 

' Becan, Son of Cu/a.— According 
to the glo88 in the L. B. Calendar 
oí OengnB, he was patron of Im- 
leoh-fia (near ReUs, co. Meath). 
Cola, the Martjrologj of Tallaght 
Btates (L. L. p. 358d), was the 
name of his mother. 

• Ferghail. — The AnnaU of Innis- 
f<dkn give the obit under the year 
1120 ; which, more probabIy, is tbo 
Gorrect date. 

The Ruaidhri item is placcd 
immediatelj before this in C, 
which omits the two fíual entríes. 

' Thret, Innocent C/nldren, — The 
week-day and moon'sageare correct; 
but I have not found the feast in 
native authorities. According to tbe 
Annals of Inniffalhn^ Niall was killed 
iu the year following. But tbe data 
hcre given are too precise and too 
roucb in accord to be erroneoos. 


ccHHoia alcrot». 

cotfiuc Ceniuil-tTloGoín, tm) Tna)itKr5 no [U]ib-*OuBTi(B 
■00 CLamn [ph]lai£bepc(ti|. — MiaLl, mac "OoinnailL 1 
Lootainn, pnminna CCiLi§ 7 epetiii jrecpa epenn apq 
7 ap íeiLL, ap aineC 7 ap epgna, t>o íincim 1« Cei 
TTloen, ipn occtna^'' blia'Batn pcec* a aipi, 1 tuan 7 ij 
■oecma^' [uaíaí epcai] 7 1 peiL na cpi mac n-ennai 
•oecimo' occauo'' tCaLenTiap lonucqiii. 
[bij'.] |Cat lan- «. p., L. [11.UII.,*] CCnno ■Oomini m." C ; 
8Loi|;6ÍSLa"OoninaLL htla l.oclainn 1 pmpi-oin TTInpJ 
liUi IT^aeL-SeíLainn co híXc-Luain, 1 n-aiSi'5 Connori 
cajioc ToippTielbac lilltr ConCobuip bpegfifi umfM 
ITlaiTiin niacaipi ChilLe-mope bUa HiaLLa[i]n piaTld 
naLL, mac TTlic lliabaig, iX)pllib-ea£ac,co pola^ n 
— ConCobup. mac pL«m)aca[i]n,mic "Oíiinncuaíiln.i 
TTluinnciiie-bipn, no fruin 1 8Leib-[pb]iiaio -00 [Ua 
CpeiíicainTi 7 a éc 1)6. — CeaLLac, comapba pacpaic, 
cnaipc TTlnman, co cuc a ógpeip 7 co vapícnB bennd 
— bpanan, mac T^iLLa-Cpii^, pí Copco-CCcLann, tjo i 
ei:mapcac TTIac lli-opein, coit^c CheniuiL-peiMitiaife,J 
ihapbo^ Tio pepuiC-THanac. 

lCaL, loii. un. p., L 11., (Xiino T)omini TTl.'" c." XI.'J 
*OomnaLL, mac CCpTJjaip TTlic tocLamn, apT>pi ' 
T)epTcaiíe£ SoeiíieL ap cpuc 7 ceneL, ap ceilL 7 "S/xifi 
ap ponup 7 i>obapíain, ap íiTinacaL T'eoic 7 biS, voé 
n-*Oaipf CoLuim-ciLLe, ii-in occmaíi* bLia^m cpi« 
pegni pui,ipncpeT''bLia6ainimoppo i'^ccmosac ae? 

".U111. bLicroaiíi. ixíiMa. " .x.i»iiin, HS. " «eraniai" « 
A.D. 1120. * Lelt blint in MS. 

A,D.1I21. " .niii. bLiaTMiin .sxs.. Mfl. '^.iti.bli«6cnnim»tMW>| 
m. ; " 76th jeare," 0. (taUiip iii. to bo «I.) 

llaO. 'íafte pwa.~~Oaii whicl 
GVem» proved he did ddI iutead ti 

liun ul >11 IrcUnd midv b; 

Cpllnrh. Tho aeoiind part oÍl 
oiitry U rBndaud in C. : •' 
muah refureiiui-d, thst tliej'fl 
servDd hia bcuediolijii " ! 

llíl. ' r*i ilS — TheF. a. 1) 


redhaigh, chief of Cenel-Moain, was killed by the [ili9] 
Ui-Dubhdai and by the Clann-[Fh]laithbertaigh. — 
Niall, son of Domnall XJa Lochlainn, royal heir of 
Ailech and of Ireland and paragon of Ireland for 
form and for sense, for genero8Íty and for erudition, 
fell by the Cenel-Moain, in the 28th year of his age, on 
Monday and on the lOth [of the moon] and on the feast 
of the Three Innocent Children,^ the 18th of the Ealends 
of January [Dec. 15]. 

Xalends of Jan. on 5th feria, 27th of the moon, a.d. [u^oBifl.] 

1120. A hosting by Domnall XJa Lochlainn, in aid of Mur- 
chadh TJa Mael-Sechlainn, to Ath-luain against Connacht, 
80 that Toirrdelbach TJa Conchobuir gave a false peace ^ in 
regard to them. — The def eat of the Plain of Cell-mor of XJi- 
Niallain [was inflicted] by Raghnall, son of Mac Rialbaigh, 
upon the Ui-Eachach, so that their slaughter ensued. — 
Conchobur, son of Flandacan, son of Donnchuan, chief of 
Muinnter-Birn, was wounded at Slaibh-[Fh]uait by the 
Ui-Cremhtaind and he died thereof. — Cellach, successor of 
Patrick, [went] upon circuit ^ of Munster, so that he toolc 
away his full demand and left a benediction. — Branan, son 
of Gilla-Criflt, king of Corco-Achlann, died. — Echmarchach 
Mac Uidhrein, chief of Cenel-Feradhaigh, was killed by 
the Fir-Manach. 

Ealends of Jan. on 7th feria, 9th of the moon, a.d. 

1121. Domnall, son of Ardghar Mac Lochlainn, archking 
of Ireland, the [most] distinguished of the Goedhil for 
form and for birth, for sense and for prowess, for happi- 
ness and pro8perity, for bestowal of treasure and of food, 
died in Daire of Colimi-cille, in the 38th year of his reign 
and in the 73rd year of his age and on the night of 
Wednesday and on the 4th^ Irecíe, 5th] of the Ides [lOth, 


the mwtalte of the MS., omitting, as 1 whereby the error could be readily 
elsewhere, the moon's age, the means * rectifíed. 

CCHTiala UlCTDll. 

fiiao 7 1 n-ai'fcce Cewnne' 7 1 (Hitt]ic | It) petpa 3 
n-OL-rniírfi'' ■oéc [eixiai] 7 1 peiL ll1ocliapó[i]e inti ecnata 
Ca-TTlaiSi, niac "OeoiiaT& lilli phlaiiiT>, jii Tieplaif, j 
boftu'fi illoc-eíac, lap n-gabail Iniiri-TluitcaiicpCiin f 
•o'lliTS-efaG.Tiu 1 concaip coice)r ujx cefoiicaic*. — 5»! 
epfcoip-eogain litla CCmiiapai*, pi Cianacra, -00 ma[ 
■Dia bpoíiiiB irop Lap peilgi OennCaip. — SluaStrfi 1 
■CaippTieLbaC bUaConCobiiip 7 la Coiceíi'Con[n]aEc J 
■OGr-ITltiniain, co poi'nnperecap o có ina^-peiTHÍn 1 
'Cpaig-l.í. ecGpcuoía 7 oeaLlo.iTOn.feCcmoja'' cealUfl 
pauLo pLuT". — CpeacpLuaga-fi La TTaipp-oeLbaC blla 
baip Cep 1 n-"OGr-niiiniain, co poaCc TJepmonn Lifilia 
7 cocapai'o l)oponiaT)mpiíie7copap5aiblTluipefiac bfl 
■pLaiébepcai^. pi lapcaip Cnn[n]aCc, 7 ffe'fe hUa n-eitf 
fii hlla-piacpac. — CLoiccec CeLía-tnnmumn 1 n-On 

nt.. MS. 

u.ep oTi .il., MS. '. 

' .IfocíiMrBCD/'íAi Wiidom. — Hí is 
llius cleaignatrd ín tbe Calendar of i 
Ocnguaalso. UochuÉTOOHÍRniasiinjr 
Sule Oiterall.r, siouv/) Cuai: 1n ■ 
WUrílrari- l-itin M8. ol Ihe 8th 
centur)' in Irísli charicter, lie Íb 
iBÍd to have cammiltcil lo «riling, 
lest it ahould lnpne from nMnorj, 
& Paschsl CortipalaB wliich hia 
mtster, Uadnu (or Slllan, Ihinl 
■bbot oí B.nt-o'-' "*■ eO!t=aiO, 
mpra), hail lMrn«l hy rolo frnm aa 
enidileGtBek (Schopu: Bit íuUíiiIih 
Etangelienhtpdiehnpm der Wiirt- 
hurgtr UMÍritrrílalthitlÍothiik, p, 
27). Thíinlroduction cl the Dteem- 
noveniul C;cle inlo hú muDBster}' 
«ould thua ucount lot Ihs epitbet 
" of tho WÍ«ioni." 

Anothei ippfllBlion ot alTcclion ÍB 
CuatM (_:illU Cuar), nadeT «bich 

title he [> pBtrnn <il Eiluo 
Cuaruiii, Cboroli of CQanD — 
jnritnint itiam rvÍnaíX 

■ nxUe nett of TonRhal. Ha 
ia loca1ly remembered ín ■ nMt» 
conptel ■• CuaniH af tht Kvn*. Ttw 
teaiOD ia given in ■ billB(ttl) •■it 
pMtÍBlly corrupt g1oa> in tbc L. B. 
CiileDdar <Á Otttpi». li aiii Micrvr 

■ MethHnroe na Sem ' frin. ar i» i 
taiitch rodelif ciiltbrad N*na : fn.'n 
eiim Mcrfi'n rtl arti [prn vel nrt lirti 
Hnr«] a-pai atiligtni eel4bni[ba)tHr 
— " It ii for thii Mochiiarin of 
Iht Xane li oppliH (}\i. iniif) lo hlm, 
bccauae be ii the llrat Ihat eepBral«(l 
tbe celebralion of None; fot bj' tti« 
ancicnt [moniti] it nsed tobacda- 
braud Blong witb theMiddto (Cuia- 
nicil) Hour [Sexl]." 

Thia ÍieipUincd b.TtbeAub o/ihe 



rcí-/:^, llth]ofFebruary andonthe I8tli[of theraooii] andon 
ihefeastof [St.] Mochuaroc ofthe Wisdom.* — Cu-Maighi 
aon of Denradh Ua Fliiifiu, kiiig of Derlas, waa drowned s 
in Loch-Eehach, after Inis-DarcarcrcoQ had been laken 
from* him by thc ITÍ-Echach, wheripin fell five and fortv 
persons.- — Gilla-Epscoip-Eogaía''' Ua Andiaraidh, king of 
Ciannachta, waa killed by hia owd Husmcn iu the cenire 
of tbe cemeterv of Bennchar. — A hosting by Tairrdolbach 
Ua ConchobuÍr and by the FiEth of Connacht into 
Desmond, so that they laid waste from Magh-Feimen 
to Tragh-Li, both landa and churcbes, namely, 6eventy 
churches. or a little more. — A foray-bo8tíng by Tairrdel- 
bach Ua Concbobair and by the FÍfth of Connacht again 
into Desmond, until be roached the Termon of Lis-raor 
and obtained cattle-Rpoil innumcrable and bo lost" Muire- 
dach Ua Flaithbertaigb, kÍDg of the Weat of Connacht 
and Aedh Ua Eidbin, king of Ui-Fiacbracb. — The 
8t£eplo [lit., bell-liouae] of Tehtcb-Innmuinn in OB8ory 

Sg Aiholi : A prima hara usqiu ad 
h»ram lirtiaiHDtovaítnl/ratn 
lertia vrrv usqut ad mnam quidquid 
aúunetum fiterit . . . facioni 
(C«p. >■)- S«it "" 'íiii" (leteireii 
Irom Ibe sizth bauT (12 dood) until 
Ihe nÍHlA (3 ^m.) »n<i jomod lo 
Noae. tn ítit Bcncdictine Rule, ihis 
deTÍatlon wu loUovied [Tom Sep. tS 
lo L«Ut: Haia sícunda agalur Ttrtia 
tlusqut ttd Nmtam emnts in opus 
stoim lúberial. T!i« cliínge effeclcci 
by Sl Cuvan conwslcd in rEoUeinit 
tbe celelJratioii of Sexl at the propef 
CuiODÍcil hour, Ihos teavÍDg Kone lo 
be redled ttfaiaiil^. 

Colgsa (^AA. SS. p- 302)givvB the 
pniport ol tbe L. 11. (;!■"■ *> folloivs ; 
VotalHr Mochuarocus de Nma, idco 
Iptad tit frimus qiii tumcst idilrra- 

lÍaHtm Miisae /Írri seersim, qttia 

iummedia Niiua a/iud anlii/uas ctle- 
órabittiir. Tliia ia (jpicai of Colgia'a 
vrorlc of ibe liind. Tlie dtí^dsI. 
nesileHS (o «iy, maRos DomentÍDH uf 
Mniis; cuiH mrdia Nona u meaning- 
leu) wliiltt tlie aruimf muntucele- 
brated Meis after Príme, Tlerce, 8est 
■nil Ki)|ie riispeiitirely, acainlin|[ to 
Úu! diSerent seosana of (he lilorgical 

rf,— TheAnnnbof Ii 



* /niíu,— Uterall/, «/»». 

" CiHa-£/scoÍf-£esaia—Devotet 
of BÍihap Evgeiie (fuoadBr ot Aid 
írslha, Ard-strnw, eo. TTroiie). 

' Zaíí.— LÍiBrally. li-JI (dtad) fti 
tbo battle-field. 


106 ccNwaLa ulcroti. 

TH) -oltiiéi 7)0 caipíéine^ : cloc -oo fgeinm af , co fiomaTilS 
macleipnT) ipin cill. — Samual hlía CCn^lí, ep|Híop CC€a- 
cliaé, in pace qineinc. Ceallac, comaiiba pacpaic, vo 
^aBail eppcopoici OCra-clia€ a co§a 5«l'l' j^aei'BeL — ^Da 
Vpeié 'Cpin-Tnhara[i]n, o 'bopur Rara co cpoif m-bpigce, 
T)o lopca^. — CCfac ^oiri 'ooíiaccain inNon *Oecimbip, co 
pola a benncopop 7)0 cloicéinc OCip'o-Tlflacaj co n-T)epna 
p-oap mop po Biiinn tnle. 

lCal. lan. i. p., l., xx, CCnno T)omini TTl.* c.** arx." ii.' 
CCe-D hUa íltiaipc, pí Conmaicne, "00 cuiumi la pepu ÍTH'Be 
ic bpeié cpeice uariB. — 8cpin Cholmain, mic Luacain, 
'D*po§6ail 1 n-ailai'5 Lainne, pepcubar; i calmain, T)ia- 
Cecain* in bpaié. — 8Uiai§e'5 la 'Caipp'Belbac hUa Con- 
cobuip co Loc-8ailec i ITli'be, co cáinig Tílac Tílupca'Ba, 
pí Lai§en 7 ^all, 1 n-a cec. — Tílop, ingen *Oomnaill hUi 
Loclainn, ben 'Ca[i]pp'5ealbai5 hlíi Concobuip, "oo éc. — 
Cpec mop la Concobup hlía Loclainn, 7 la Cenel n- 
Co^ain, co panx^a-Dup Cill-puai'B 1 n-tlLluaiB, co cucpa'oup 
bopoma 'oiapmí'5e. — Tllael-Coluim hlla bpolca[i]n, 
B40c eppcop CCip'D-TTlaca, -do éc 1 n-a ailirpi | 1 n- 
"Dipiupu "Daipe po buai'o mapcpa 7 haicpi^i. — C£ev hUa 
T)uib'Dipma, coipec na bpe'oca^cenn eíni'§T:uaipce[i]pi; 
Gpenn 7 T)omnall, a bparaip, mopcui punu. 

A.D. 1122. •'Dia .cain, MS. 

7 Samuel Ua Angli, — See Lauigan, 
£. II. iii. 12, sq, 

8 Ceallachj ete. — See Lanigan, 
E. II. iu. 45-6. 

* Two streeís. — C. givcs Dasreith^ 
taking the two native words as one, 
sigiiifvicg Ihe propername of a 

10 Door oj thí Closc — " Tlie mote 
doore," C. 

" Piftftculc-cover.^^^'DTafi.en topp," 
^' And catiscdt ctc. — " And maine 

prodigies were shewn over all Ire- 

1 1 2 2. M wM »*í QTatt ídeep] in earth» 
— " A cubite deep in the ground," C 
Tlie original expression oocora in 
the Feaat of Bricriu (L. U. lOSa, 
liues 15-6 ; I08b, lines 28-9). The 
nieaning i.s shown in the Book ot 
Arniagh (fol. 8c) : Et dixit [angelas] 
ei : Ne reHquiae a terra reducftn' 
tur\-afdur^ corpuris tui et cxibitu» 
de terra svper corjms^tt. Quod , . 
factum . . demonBtratum est; 
quia . . . fodicntes humum antropi 


was splít by a thunderbolt : a stone leaped thereout, so [1121] 
that it killed a student in the church. — Samuel TJa Angli,^ 
bíshopof Ath-cliath, rested íq peace. Ceallach,^ successor 
of Patrick, took tho episcopacjr of Ath-cliath by choice 
of the Foreigners and of the Gaidhil. — Two etreets® of 
Masan-Third, from the door of the Close^^ to the Cross of 
[St.] Brigit, were burned. — A gust of wind carae on the 
Nones [5th] of December, so that it took off the pinnacle- 
cover^^ of the steeple [///., bell-house] of Ard-Macha and 
caused^^ great destruction of woods throughout all Ireland. 

Xalends of Jan. on Ist feria, 20 th of the moon, a.d. [1122] 
1122. Aedh Ua Ruairc, king of Conmaicni, fell by the Men 
of Meath, in carrying off spoil from them. — The Shrino 
of [St.] Colman, son of Luachan, was found in the tomb 
of Lann, a man's grave [deep] in earth,^ the Wednesday 
of the Betrayal2 [March 22]. — A hosting by Tairrdelbach 
TJa Conchobuir to Loch-Sailech in Meath, so that Mac 
Murchadha, king of Leinster and of the Foreigners, camo 
into his house. — Mor, daughter of Domnall XJa Lochlainn, 
wife of Tairrdealbhach TJa Conchobuir, died. — Greatforaj 
by Conchobur Ua Lochlainn and by the Cenel-Eogain, 
until they reached Cell-ruadh in Ulidia, so that they took 
away countless cattle-spoil. — Mael-Coluim Ua Brolchain, 
[suffragan] bishop of Ard-Macha, died on his pilgrimage 
in the Hermitage^ of Daire, with victory of suffering and 
of penance. — Aedh Ua Duibdirma, chief of the Bredach 
and head of the hospitality of thc North of Ircland and 
Domnall, his brother, dicd. 

[ívOpoirot] ignem a sepulchro inrum- 
pere videnint. 

For St. Colman, of Lynally, 
Ktng*s Connty, see Vol. I., p. 87 ; 
O'Donovan, Fonr Masters, I., p. 
235-6 ; Ádamnan^ i. 6, ii. 16 and the 
notes thereon. 

- The We(l7iesd(iy of íhe Beirat/nl. 
— " The Wednesday before Eastcr," 
C. This is correct. 

^ ílejinitage. — See Adamnan^ p. 
366. As Cellach was a real arch- 
bishop, O'Brolchain was enablcd to 
retire to Derry. 

II 2 


amjcTla ulcroTi. 

}Cal. lan. ii. y- ,t. i.,CCinio T»ormtii TTl." c-' xj." ni-'ftiii 
ensa tw gabaiL tip i Ti-TDtiiniLiac — Cianna[i]n 
Tnuiicffb hlla ITl ael-SecLamn, pop pi§ T!«ninaJ 
ircrec II ^eí 7 occmoso' raiji nne 7 co iwmattbfi 
fo£an>i 1)10 Tmnniiceti. 'Cepnai mopjio tntififofi, 1 
oiiiíuc Cianna[i]n. cen nm(iba'&, cen Loi-caro. — OCniinJ 
anmrni^ 1)0 fabai|iCTMp Comapba tCilbe fixion,'' Hlaeí 
tnop'oa, mac niic CLofini'') : mon, cec TMjpibail pa)p|x>p 
lap IniLeca peni 7 vop muc CepbaiLL lilli Ciapnaic 
(i-Don," pi (Ciiie"), ro ponuipba^ inoppei'ep'' anv- Tíep- 
iiocup iinoppo iia wene niuici appi crnH pac CCiL6«^ 
na hecaiLpi. RoLoipoe^ imoppo ann bepnon CCtU 
Uotnapba'D imoppo piacmT) mip incí pogatl in csf, v 
in 5illa caec liUa Ciapmaic — 7 ■oeocuni eipi-Beiajii 
ammniíisut— 7 po beana-b a cenii -De 1 ixipusufi CCiLCw 
in Coim-Bej. — Oen^uv liUa Sopmn[i]n,comaiib(t Comgata 
•Do éc I n-mlicpi iLÍipniop Tnoíiicu. — pLann liUa 'Outl 
innpi, aipcinnei: lujmais ; Cú-CaipiL hllu CepbaitU.Í 
pepn-iTimsi ; ITIael-lTluipe htla Cóm>uBá[i]n. aipciníí 
■Daipe-tuBpain ; "DonnTLeiBe ITIac C(tcala[i]n, i-oiiun 
A-D 1123. 'nlii.mnén, MS- *-»itL, t h„ MS. ; elven " C» 1 
omÍBíÍon of Mif>!«e. " iH.. t. h.. M8. ; glven in C. •'iiioii.ui., HSw I 

lias. ' Eíjhiy hotíuí '■liightuf 

hít hiiuselinlil MrTUlU " ! C. 

Tti« nriadiiig in B ní^cds a nalu- 
ral explanUiiiD u[ itiÍB nppiirenlt; 
inezpliuble eirar. Tbe tranalBtur 
tAok uíí.movla to be tw<i wordB 
(«íiÍ.=ofAí-eisAí; mi-aht. pl. ot 
Miufí— «ci-ant) tná laighi Xo be 
gen. Biiig'. of Iteh — AbUir. Wlieuce 
'' eiglit [uf liis] buiucliDtd >er- 

'.luncl'. — Knt nieniiuiiod, ilriinite 
toMf, in ilm Atmatt a/ Intui/ailin. 

* Saa-fBur a/ \!ii.\ .1i«w.— liishnp 
iií Emtr. 00, Tiiili«»i7. 

• AVr™.— I.ilrnilly, 

*0«]ipid IBillj.. 
ien<1vre<l miln id C. í'ot Ú 
nua Ailhhe, mm Pottic'* 

Towr». p. asfi-a. 

' CÍ/ÍB-Po«-A. — PiirUÍHt giú 
Tbe BonbTÍqaet Buppllcn i 
moti'íO for lUe niitriige. 
tlie Tiitu«l ilefoiit, tb« b 
rffuHed to rontpr ihe Oidrtl 
prieiiLbeud, Tbfrebj Va Cian«li| 
(O' K irby) wna etfuotuaUj Hvb 
froTO tliB {irBteitDiiit wbidi I 

■>pi;n U> liiin ua a 
nÍgQÍnB famíl}'. 




Ralends of Jan. on 2nd feria, Ist of the moon, a.d. 1123. 
The Gailenga captured a housc ín Daimliac of [St.] 
Ciannan upon Murchadh Ua Macl-Sechlainn, king of Tara, 
80 that they buraed the house and eighty houses^ around 
it and killed a number of his people. Murchadh, how- 
ever, escaped by protection of [St.] Ciannan, without being 
killed or burned. — An unprecedented attack ^ was made 
upon the successor of [St.] Ailbe^ (namely, Maol-Mordha, 
son of Mac Clothna) : to wit, a house was seized upon him 
and upon the son of Ccrball TJa Ciarmhaic (that is, the 
king of Aine), in the centre of Imlech itself, so that 
seven* were killed therein. Howbeit, the noble persons 
escaped therefrom, through favour of [St.] Ailbe and of tlie 
church. There was likewÍ8e burned the Gapped [Bell]^ 
of [St.] Ailbe. Now, he who seized the house was killed 
before the end of a novena, namely, the Gilla-caech ^ TJa 
Ciarmhaic — ^and the same person was a deacon^ by pro- 
fession'^ — andhis head was cut ofF, because oP the profana- 
tion of [St.] Ailbe and of the Lord. — Oenghus TJa Gormain, 
successor of [St.] Comgall of Baní^or, died in pilgrimage 
in Lis-mor of [St.] Mochutu. — Flann® TJa Duibhinnsi^ 
herenagh of Lughmagh ; Cu-Caisil (Ja Cerbaill, king of 
Femmagh ; Mael-Muiro TJa Condubhain, herenagh of 
Daire-Lubrain ; Donnsleibhe Mac Cathalain, the pros- 
perity and happiness of all TJlidia, died. — Donnchadh Mac 


7 ffy profission. — Literallj, accord- 
ing to nomination. 

* Because of, — Literallj, in. The 
offence was homicide (pimishable 
bj death), according to Canon 
xzzx. of the First Patrician Synod : 
8i quis oonduxerit e duobus clericis, 
quo8 dificordare convenit per dis- 
oordiam aliquam, prolatum nni e 
duobns hostem ad interfíciendum, 
homicidam cong^um est nomi- 

narí : qui clericus ab omnibus 
rectis [recte] habeatur alienus. 

This enactment was incorporated 
into the ColUctio Canonum Hiher' 
nensis (x. De multimodis eausis 
eleneorum : 23). 

• Flann, etc. — Of the four names in 
this entrv, tbe last alone is given in 
the Annals ofLoch Ce. But the com- 
piler placed after it the moriui sunt 
of the UUter Annals. 


ctuuocfxc uloroli. 

roBapéu tlLa'S uile,mopT:in vuni;.— 'Ooniica'Driílac5ill[a]- 
Paqíiaic jiua^, \i\ 0]Txai§i, a fuip occivup epc — Con§ala£ 
liUa [ph]lai€be|iT:ai§, iiiT)omna CC1I15., occipuf efc 

o • 

[bip] ]CaL lan. 111, p., L aMi., CCnno T)oniini ITl.*' c.° xx.** 1111. 
roppinT), mac "CuiicaiU, ppiTTioisíigetinía] ^all n-Giijenn, 
fubiTXi moixce peimc. — 'Ca'o^, niac tHic Carifiiais, fá 
T)ear-tTlumain[-an], in penicenaa mo|it;uur epc — bi'65a:5 
mop T)o pi§ Ceiniiac T)ia-T)omnai5 Cafc[aj : iDon, a íec 
Cafca T)o Éuram pani 7 ix)|i a T:e§Lac. — Luimnec vo 
lofca^ uile, accma'o beac — CClaxanT)aifi, mac Tílael- 
Choluim, |ií CCLban, m bona penicencia mopruuf efc — 
^eiLL T)ef-Tnuman t)0 mafba-D La 'Caipi\T)eLbac hlla 

B 49d Concobaif : | it)oh, tnaeL-8ecLainn, mac Copmaic, mic 
Triic Caiif€ai§, f 1 CaifiL 7 hlla Ciaiimeic a hCCne 7 hlla 
Cob£ai§T)o [ll]ib-Cu(inac-CnaincaiLLe. — CCfT)§af, mac mic 
CCe'oa hlli maeL-SecLainii, fiT)omna CCiLi5,T)oma[iba'5la 
tTluinnT^ef T)aif e 1 n-aínec CoLuim-ciLLe. 

]CaL lan. u. f., L. xx. 111., CCiino T)omini tTl.° c** xx.** u." 
Cfuinc 1t) lanuif imoiif.o fof Oen-T)iT)en 7 pfim [ucrEaD 
efcai] fuiffi. Ocuf if inim i^uaf^ba^ a buinT)e T)iT)en 
fof 111 T)amLiac mo|i CCifT)-maca, laf n-a Lanecofi vo 
fLinnuiuc La CcLLac, conutfba pcrcfaic, ifin qnicaDmerB 

A.D. 11*24. » Tlie iiii. werc at fir&t un. ; but u was altercd into ii, by the 
text hand. 

1124. 'i.rt,<í«r houtc. — From tliis 
cxpression, takcu in counectiun >*'ith 
thc huuse-8cizure8 mentioned in 
the Aunals, it may bo coucluded 
that it was cu8tomary for king8 to 
ppcnd tlio wcek bcforo Eastcr or 
Pentecost at a church, whero 
hou8C8 werc Bct apart for thcm- 
M.'lve8 and thcir retinues. 

'JJieJ. — On April 23, accordiogto 
the Anglu Saxon Chroniclc. 

' 0/ Ane. — LiteraIIy, from if tJM 
(the district around Knockany, co. 
Lim3rick). In the Annala of Lodi 
Co (jiid an.)f the original, a hAtts^ it 
rcad Achaine and applied as the 
pcrsonal name of Ua Cobthaigh 



Gilla-Patraic the Red, king of Osáory, waa slaín by his [1123] 
own [fcinsmen]. — Conghalacli Ua [FJlaithbertaigh, royal 
heir of Ailech, was slain. 

Xalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 12th of the moon, a.d. [1124 Bu.] 
1124. Torfind, sou of Turcall, chief young lord of the 
Foreigners of Ireland, perished by sudden death. — Tadhg, 
son of Mac Garthaigh, king of Desmond, died in penance. 
— Great peril [happened] to the king of Tara, on Easter 
Sunday [April 6] : namely, his Easter house^ to fall upon 
him and upon his [///., the] household. — Limerick wasburned, 
all but a little. — Alexander, son of Mael-Coluim, king of 
Scotland, died ^ in good. penance. — ^The hostages of Des- 
mond were killed by Tairrdelbach Ua Conchobair : namely, 
Mael-Sechlainn, son of Cormac, son of Mac Carthaigh, 
king of Cashel and Ua Ciarmaic of Ane,^ and Ua Cob- 
thaigh of Ui-Cuanach-CnamchaiUe. — Ardghar, grandson 
of Aedh Ua-Mael-Sechlainn, royal heir of Ailech, was killed 
by the Commuiiity of Daire, in reparation* to [St.] Colum- 

Xalends of Jan. on 5th feria, 23rd of the moon, a.d. 
1125. The 5th of the Ides^ [9th] of January [wasj upon 
Friday and the Ist [day of the moon fell] thereon. And it 
is on that [day] its protecting ridge was raised ^ upon the 
great stone church of Ard-Macha, after its being f ully 
covered with shingle by Cellach, successor of Patrick, in the 


* In reparation, — *' Wiíhin the 
libertie " ! C. 1 do not know what 
was the offence. 

1125. 1 Tke Sthofthe Ides,etc.—The 
translatur oí C. mÍ8took the meaning 
of this entry. •* The fift of the Ides 
of Janaary was the church of Ard- 
magh broken in the roofe, which was 

covered bj Ceallagh, the Corbe of 
St. Patrick ; being unrooffed in an 
hundred and thirtie jears before.'" 
The week-day is given, but the 
lunation omitted, hy the Four 

2 Ridge wa.i raised, — That is, the 
work was formall}' completed. 

112 rctiiiala: iiLcroti. 

blicTDaiii a]i cec=» oii-a paBai |iinimuc paificocoinlan. — 
55illa-b|iain liUa Uuaiv-c -on b<truT) illoc-CCillinne. — 
Sluo^a-D la T:ai|ip.T)fibai- bllcí Concobuiii i llli'oe, co 
tioínnap.b mu]>c;íí-o lilla inael-Seclainn ay a fit§i 7 co 
raficrcrjii [ii^a pofi pei>u IDíw. inapbiT) rpa^ "Oonrinall 
mac Tnu|\ca^a in z]\e\' fii?: fiia cir>n noniai'be- iT)on» 
TílaeL-^eclainn, inac T)onnca-Da. — Cfiec TXHÍuai^ niuiji- 
cepcac litla Ce|>baiU, ]i} T)eif*ce[i]iic pefin-niiiisi, 1 
Pe[iail5-bfie§, conui^ai>aiT) T)uq\inan) hUa niael- 
Heclainn co pefiaiC mí-De 7 co Ve|iaif) bpeg, co fioina|i- 
ba^ ITluijicefirac ann 7 cqi (í ciieice íine. 

]CaL lan. ui. p., l. 1111., (CnnoTJonnni TTI. c" xx.** ui.«» 
Cnnai, mac Tllic niuiica-Da, |ii Lai^en, niopruuf efc — 
^Luaga-D la TaiiiiiT^elbac blla Concobui]! ilLai§ni!J, co 
lio^aiB a n-pallu. — btla lllaelpuanai^, ]\} pefi-tTlanac, 
a f*uif occifUj^ ei^i;. — 1Tlael-lv" btla Conne, fui ^oei'biL 
1 fencuf 7 1 in-t)]xireiTinacc 7 1 n-tl]\T) pcn:]iaic, ia|i n- 
a[i]qii?;e fo^ai-Do in Cb]ii]^o quieuir^ — Co]\cac ihofi TTlu- 
inan co n-a cempuU vo loiTa-D.— T)omnaU btla T^uBdoi 
T)o ba^uT), ia]i n-T)enain c]ieici 1 TiivConaiU. — Tli§:5efiuf 
Tx)i]\]i'Delbai^ btli Coní:obui]i co bCCf-cLiaf, co cafiT) |ii^ 
CCf a-cLiaf 7 lai§en vui mac, iT)on, t)0 Concobufi. — CCnpuT) 

A.D. 1125. • .c, MS. *>h[aureTii] (ihe Latiii equivalent), MS. 

^ TTiirtitth 1/ear abo'-tont hundrti.l. ' Ul'O. ^ iJitd. — Iii Wexford, ac- 

— At y9ó(=l)0r»), Af/y),(/(lM».>acc<»rd- conlinj; t» ihe List of Leiuster king9 

ing to a quairain in the F. J/.), in L. L. (p. 39d). 

Armagh, iucludiug tbe stonc churcli, "*--/ Goedhd fminent. — Literalljr, 

was destroved by lightuing. 'lhe a masttr of a Gotdhel. By an em- 

raeaning is, that the redtoration of the phatic uativo idiom, which Í8 atill 

roof had bcen carriod out at iuterv&Is I opcratíve, instead of a sb. qualifiBd 

dnring the period. i by an adj., the corresponding ab. 

* Beforv the end of a novena of tho adj. (or the adj. used aa sb.) 

** Within threc daves and three is cmplojrcd with the genitÍTe of 

nightsafter"! C'. The i^ .1/. oniitthe the sb. 



thirtieth year above one hundred* aince there waa a com- [ivi 
plete Bhingle roof upon it before. — QiIIa-braÍti Ua Iluaírc 
waa drowoed in Ixich-AiUinne. — A hosting by Taírrdel- 
bach Ua Conchobair into Meath. m that he expelled 
Murchadli (Ja Mael-Sceblainn from the kingship and 
placed three lcings over the inen of Meath. Bnt Doranall, 
son of Mnrchadh, lciUa the ihird king, naraelj', Mael- 
Sechlainn, son of Donncbadh, beforo thc end of a iiovena*. 
— Muircertach Ua Cerbaill, king of the Sonth of Fem- 
niagh, went on a fora^ into FÍr-Brogb, until Diannaid Ua 
Mael-Sechlainn with the Men of Meath and the 5Ien of 
Bregha overtook tliem, so tbat Muircertacli was kille(l 
ihere and slaughter of the foraying force [took place] 
uround him. 

Ealenda of Jan. on (>th feria, 4th of the moon, a.d. [li 
I12(i. Ennai, Bon of Mac Murchadha, king of Leinster, 
died.' — A hosling by Tairrdelbach Ua Concbobnir into 
Leinster, eo that he took away their pledgea. — Ua Mae!- 
roanaigh, king of Fir-Manach, was slain by his own 
[kiii8men]. — Mael-Isu Ua Coone, a Goedhel eminent 
in historj aud in juriaprudence* and in the Order of 
Patrick, reated in Christ aflcr select penance.^ — Great 
Cork of MuHRter with its ehurch was bnrncd. — 
Domnall Ua Dubhdai was drowned, after makiiig a íbray 
Ín Tir-Conaill. — EoyaI progrcss of Toirrdetbuch Ua Con- 
chobuir to Ath-cliatb, so that he gave the ^ingship oí 

Tho Ordrr <,/ Bilrict Bviy haío 
nnbodied tho primatiitl lighta luid 
ptÍTÍlegea, u foimnlHted and 
elumed vith aocb praminetiQe in 
the TripBrtlte Life and thc Booh of 
AnDBgh. The (oUowíd^ from 
Tiredian (Book of Arniagh. fol. 
llb)ÍB churarterístÍD oF the Bpirit 
pe^adin^ the Patrician DocumcEjta 
intheir preeent form. Ei quiereret 
Iierea [=™»o<*a]Patrioii parttohiam 

I, potcst i 

.e., dioceaim] iHiu. 
itam inaolam Hibi reddBFe ia paia- 
liiun. (Cf.n«rripí,(íí< £,/«(,/ 
(. Pnfrírí, eto., Traní. B. I. A., 

* Buth laic and cfcric— Lller.llr, 
íjwe/i laiii and cA ureh. 

* Ireachrrvui/orig. — "A itealliig 
mv," C. It lignlfiea Uiat the [onf 
ofi mnde irhen Ua Tuai:hair wna 
imiiiallj' nt pcaci: with [he Airlhir. 

lU ccNNala uloroli. 

cocai'5 Tiioip 1 ii-Gfiiiin, coii'bo eceii th) comaiiba pacfiaic 
bic mí pop bba'Saiii pfii tiCC|iT)-Tnaca i ii-eccaiix, oc fiéu- 
Su-o pep ii-6iieiiii 7 oc TObaifii: iiia|;la 7 foBeyxi \^ cac, 
ecep cuaié 7 eaclup. — Cpec tnealSla la Ruai^pi tiUa 
B 50a 'Cuacaifi 1 n-CCificepaiB, coiiaT:|cap.€a'Dayi CCi|i6ifi, co 
|iola^ a ii-ayi 7 co |ioT)iceiiiia'5 pa'Bein. — ÍTlui[ie'5ac tiUa 
Cuillen, ai|icinnec CLocaifi, 'oo maiiba^ 'D'pefiaiB-TTlanaC. 
— ^Daniliac iiei^lepa poil 7 pe'oaip, 'oofiona^ la hlmafi 
liUa n-CCe-baca^i]!!, 'oo coifec|icr5 "00 Cheallac, comajiba 
pax^liaic, i'' n-'D0T)eciin ]CalLann*' í1ouimbi|i. — Cpec- 
Vluo^a'D la'Caifii\T)eLbttc lilla ConcotSaiji a n-T)ef-Tnu- 
niain,co iiottcc 5^enn-lTla§ai]x 7 co otc bopoma 'Diaip- 

]CaL. lan. uii., p.,L. x. u., CCnnoT)oniini 111.** c.** xx.*uii.* 
^Lua^ob Ltt 'CoippT^eLbttc hLl« Concobuifi 1 n-T)er-Tnu- 
inaiii, co pottcx Copcaig nioip ITluman, co otc giallu 
niuman co Lciii.— CCipfi]i t)0 ?;ttbaiL raigi pLaínn TTlic 
§iiKti^ 1 T:]iiun ^iixttn \io\i Utt^mLL, mac TTlic Tliabaig, 
tti-Dci luttin Inire 7 tt T)iconntt'D Leó. — Ccrc euefi ULcu 
pa-Dein, 1 ro]ic]ittT)U]i va ]ii§ LlLtt-D, iT)on, íliaLL TTlac 
T)uínn]leiCe 7 cqi LlLttD imo 7 Coctti'D hLla Tílaégamna 
1 piiif^uin. — 5^LLtt-C]>i]x hLItt hCicníg, jií pefi-TTlanaS 
7 aiiiT)]ii§ CCi]isiaLL, T)oéc 1 CLocajx-mac-n-'Oaimín ia(in- 
ttiqii^i ro^tti-De. — pi]i inuiíittn 7 Lai§in T)o impa6 
TH)]ii[f]i]'i ]X)]i Chai^i^i-DoLbttc hLla Concobuiix 7 a n-geilL 

A.D. 1126. •-•ni .xii. Kl.. MS. 

* ThestoHechurch, — Colgaii ovíuloá ' Martyrology of Donegal hjiB it (I 

thcdifficultyof disiiuguishini:l>ctwivn ! laiownot why) at ^LUg. 13. Uedi«d 

Jiamlúic and Rtchs (monaston) by { on a pilgrimage at Romein 1134. 

omploving the tcrm Risilica {Triaií, | ' Ile rrached. — i " He wasted," C. 

Thaum.^ p. S00\ i Tlic «irae error is repeated in tbe fint 

^hnar, — ThetutoTof St Malai'hv; entrv of next year. It aroee pco* 

vir sanctisi^\ ritdCy acoordiug to bably from midtahing the oun- 

St. Beruarti. His uamc Í8 in the i traction mark otct^ forthe gzafe 

Carthusian Martyri>logy at Xov. accont of a ; thus reading nmcht 

12 ^Lanigan, £*. 7/. iv. i>0;. The as r.[/Á]«í. 



Ath-cliath to his son, namelj, to Conchobur. — A storm of [1126] 
great war in Ireland, so that it was nccessarj for the suc- 
cessor of Patrick to be a month above a year abroad f rom 
Ard-Macha, pacifying the men of Ireland and imposing 
rule and good. conduct upon every one, both laic and cleric^* 
— Atreacherous foray* [wasmade] by Ruaidhri UaTuachair 
into the Airthir, until the Airthir overtook them, so that 
slaughter of them was inflicted and he was beheaded him- 
self. — Muiredhach Ua CuiUen, herenagh of Clochar, was 
killed by the Fir-Manach. — The stone church^ of the Monas- 
tery of [SS.] Paul and Peter, that was built by Imar^ Ua 
AedhacaÍD, was consecrated by Ceallach, successor of 
Patrick, on [Thursday] the 12th of the Kalcnds of 
November [Oct. 21]. — A foray-ho8ting by Tairrdelbach 
Ua Conchobhair into Desmond, until he reached'^ Glenn- 
Maghair and took away countless cattle-spoil. 

Kalends of Jan. on 7th feria, 15th of the moon, a.d. [1127] 
1127. A hosting by Tairrdclbach Ua Conchobair into 
Desmond, until he reached great Cork of Munster, so that 
he took away the pledges of all Munster. — The Airthir 
seízed the house of Flann Mac Sinaigh in the Third of the 
Saxons upon Raghnall, son of Mac Ríabaigh, on the 
night of Monday of the Beginning [of Lent,^ Feb. 21] ; and 
he was beheaded by them. — A battle between the Uiidians 
themselves, wherein fell two king8 of Ulidia in com- 
bat, namely Niall^ Mac Duinnshlcibhe [Ua Eochada], 
with slaughter of the Ulidians around him and Eochaidh 
Ua Mathganma. — QiUa-Crist Ua hEicnigh, king of Fir- 
Manach and arch-king of Airgialla, died in Clochar-mac- 
Daimin after choice penance. — Tho Men of Munster and 
the Lagenians tumed again upon Tairrdelbach Ua Con- 

1127. * Begitming [pf Leni], — See 
1109, note 2, supra. 

^Niall. — Not gÍTen in theUlidian 
regnal list (L. L. 41d). 

2 líe placed. — Verj gross is the 
error of the scribe, or compUer, of 
the (so-called) Annals of Loch Ce, 
who took the rat 8um of the MS. to 

lin ccímoclcc ulcroTi. 

"Do 'Dilpu^ii'D T)oit) 7 a inac T)'af]ii§u'5 •oo Lai§ni1S 7 vo 
^haUaitj. CCiiaiT)e, T)opar f um \vi aile* pojiiio, it)0!), 
'OoninaU, tnac THic phaelani. — CeafibaU, inac TTlic 
yhaelain— 7 á]\ líUa-paeLain íme — do ruixnm la hUiB- 
Vail^i -pofi la]i CiUe-T)a]ia, 1 co]^num comu]^bu[i]f bfiiéce. 
— 'CaiUciii, inf;en mu]ua'f)a htli lTlael-8eclaiiiii, ben 
'Cai]i]\'f)eU)ai?; hlli Concobui]i, T)'tíc. — TTlael-Oiiiéce hlla 
po]ianna[i]in, ai]icinnof (C]iT)a-]^iafa ; TTlael-biiiscehtla 
Cínaera, ai]icinnec CCi]iT)e-'C]ie(c, in bona penei^encia 
mo]iT:ui ]^unt;. — 5^Ua-C]ii]c hlla TTlael-eoin, comapba 
Cutfiain CUiana-mac-11oif, ]M)nu]^ 7 |H)baficu aificinnec 
ceU n-0]ienn, 111 Chjxifro quieuit:. 

[bif.] lCaL lan. 1. p., l. xxui., (Cnno T)omini m.**c.*' jx.* uiii.° 
B50b I bip]^eocciLi|^*7 embolepii[aT;ic]ur annuf. Pfi íTlhai^- 
Ira ( iT)on,** T)omnaU htla S^ilmfieT)ai§ 7 (íenel- 
TTlaein^) t)o ^abaiL T:ai§i pop ]iy% yefi-TTlanac, iT)oni poii 
PaeLan htla n-T)uiC'6a]xa 7 annnm Leó 7 focaiT)e 
T)0 niaiíiB pefi-inanac íme. — 5^LL[a]-paq[iaic, mac 
"CuaraiL, conuqit^a Coemisin, t)0 ma]iba^ T)'tlit)- 
TTluifieT^ai^ p)\i La]i 5^ínne-T)a-L()ca. — TTlaiT)m |iia 
mapc]4ua§(^()ncot)ai]i, mic lllic Loclainn, pofimajicfluoé 
ri]s(í]inain tla [LI1] Uuc(i]\c, 1 cojicaifi hUa Ciajvbai, 

A.D. 1127. ».íí., MS. 

A.D. 1128. a bifvxrti]-, MS. i>»' iíl., t. h., MS. ; om., C. 

be plural and rcad radsat (thcv 
^avc). The otHtor accepts thiái and 
improvcs upon it by takin^ eli 
(anothcr) to be the local namr*, EIl ! 
(lle oraits to sav whether the 
territorv of the name in Tipperarv, 
or thatinthc Kin(;*s Co., is intendod.) 
Ile ou{;ht to have lcnown that thc 
lofcitimate succcssor of Entia was 
Diarmait Mac Murchadha, who 
brought over thc English. But ho was 
probablj misled bj- the translator of 
C.| who has : '* hia (O Conor's sonn) 

dcposed by Leinster and Galls, throngh 
misdemeanours of Danyell 0*Ejlan, 
king of Kiy." O^Donovan (p. 1027) 
also took the verb as plnral, 8ignifyiiig 
that thc Leinstermen and Fon>igneiB 
" clected another kingover them." ! 

3 Contending,—Th»t is, whldi of 
two nuns l>clonging respectÍTelj to 
thc two tribes mentioned should be 
thc new abbess. The F. M, mention 
thc fray, but omit the cause. 

1128. 1 £mdo2únna/. — That it, 
baving a lunar month throwm i% 



chobuir and their pledges were forfeÍI«d by them, and hia [1127] 
Bon waa depoaed bv the LajicnÍanB and by the ForeignerB. 
Howbeit, he placcd^ another kiiig over them, namely, Dom- 
nall, Bon of Maí; Fuelain. — Cearball, eon of Mao Faelain — 
and Blaughferof theUÍ-FaelaÍu [toolt place] around hira — 
fell by the Ui-Failghi Ín the centre of Cell-dara. in contend- 
ing^ for ibe snceession oí [St.] Brigit. — TaiUtiu, daughter 
of Murchadh Ua Muel-Sechlainn, wife of Tairrdelbach Ua 
Conchohhuir,died. — Mael-BrígbteUaForannainjherenagh 
of Ard-sratha; Mael-Brighto Ua Cinaetha, horenagh of 
Ard-Trea,died in good penancc. — GilIa-CristUaMael-EoÍn. 
Buccessor of Ciaran of CIuain-mac-Nois, happinesa and 
prosperity of the horenagha of tho churcheB of Ireland, 
rested in ChrÍBt. 

Ralends of Jun. on Ist foria. 26th of l.he nioon, a.d. 1128. [ii^gBis' 
A Bissestile and Embolismal' year, The Men of Magh- 
Itha {namely, Domnnll Ua OailmredaÍgh aud the Cenel- 
Maien) seized a house upon ihe king of Fir-Manach, that ia, 
upon Fuelan Ua Duibhdbara ; aud he fell by thcm, aud a 
numbcr of the noblea of Fir-Mamich around bim. — Gilla- 
Patraic, eon of Tualhal [Ua TuatbailJ, succeaBor of [St.] 
CoenUigcn,was killed by theUi-Muiredaigh Ín the centre of 
Glenn-da-Iocha.— A dcfeat [waa inflici.ed] by the horse-host 
oí Concbobar, sonof Mac Lochlainn, upou the borBe-hoatof 

moaiu la th« jiaa iu tlie limi-BDlar 
ledwming. Tlie prf«enl U thethird 
EinlK.liani of tbe Deujmnovenn»! 
Cyele: Epncl 26, GoUen Numhcr 
«n. {Ste Tedd Leclure'. Seriea 

m. No. IV.) 

Its plaoB in the CaloiiJiir i8 in- 
diuBtud ÍD u msrjpiiBl gtius in the 
L. B. Cnl. of OonguB, opposiW 

^aruh 6 ; Tettiua EtnbolisroOí cioli 
deaimioveiialishic iuoipit et contiir- 
bftt legulum [■am]. Fot tbs diitur- 
bance. Bne Bodu, Bt temp. ral., c. XX. 
ThÍB EmbaUtuu ia uf hintoitcal 
inteiesL It wa» tlio proof a«8i(fiitd 
in his reply to Fope Leo the Great 
by PasoliasiiiUB, bialiop of Lily- 
liueutn, wli]' tlie Eiut«i of Hi 
nbould be cclebiuted on the Aleiiui- 


aimalcc ulcxTDti. 

pi Caippni 7 Cttíal hll« RoseaUai^ 7 BiCTtitic 
lilUi tni(el-b]ti^e 7 ninc (Ce&a liUi ■OhulÍDai, jii htla- 
n-CCmul^crDfr 7 alii nuilci. — lTItiíp§ii' hlla Hío[i]ct 
(tipciiincí; Tuítina-Tia-siialanii ppi pe, vo éc 1 n-lnip-in- 
^aiLl — ^nmi jpaniia, anmrní^, aíiiiapmapcac, poÉoiU, 
ea]XOine pep ii-epenii, erep loeG 7 cleipec, -oo nac ppifi 
inacpamla 1 ii-Ppinti piani, -00 ■fienaiíi "do Thigepnan hlla 
Tlnaipc7-oohlli[b]-bpimn : i-oon, comapba pacpaic t» 
noCxj'opn^ií i n-a vi<ríiui[i]peT i-oon, acumeccaTOpUrc 
7 TípGam ■oiB 1)0 inapbcrfe 7 mciccleipec ■oía muinncip péin, 
TX)t>Í po ChuilebdTi. tw map1>a'5 anii. 1p e imoppo cm 
íupmiiipc wvai'p ■oo'n itif^im pa, co naG puil 1 n-Bpinn 
comuipcc ip raipiji t)o 'onino pobeiTra, no ciippoti5aiLcep 
"Ohia/ o ■SoeíiiiC 111 c-olcpa. tn Tn'npeiti pa cpa cuca^ 
pop conmpba pcnrpciic, ipp amal 7 xiitipm in 
Coim'5G^ ; iiaip aDpubaipc in Coim'beo pein tpn 
r-8hoipcéla : Cfui' uop ppepmc, me ppepnic; qin 
ine ppepnic, ppepnic eiim (fui ine mipic". — CpeaC- 
plua?:ct6 la raippTieLbuc liLla Concohnip iLlai^niC, co 
poaclc loc-Cftpman ; oin^ij;, nmceU laiften cohCCi-cliac 
7 TWpoine ho-'6ibaTÍ nióp m coiiaip pin ; o CCí-cLiafi, Va 
ri§ T)opi[f]ip. CCrú r]ict míílu an c-pLuaigctit pin pop 
Tisepncni hlUi tliictipc— Cpcaí La tnasnup 7 la ppu 
pepn-miii^ hi Tip-bjiium, co nic)'aT) gabaLa mofia 

'■' (fui ucir. fTc. »T tfui mp, ecc, C. 

drine diife, April 23, in preiereiiee 
to the Romsn, Uarch Í6. 

^ Incharge nfiht sniTfdrcq'iitlti :and 
ríIiV» — Lilcr»lly. tuidrr n CnUiaáh. 
TliíiexpreMÍOD, HCMir>Uag tothc Irísh 
idioin, iinplics án ofDw. la tlií Cnrl- 
.ruhe (Irinh) Codct ot St. Ailgiulino 
(No. OXOT. fol. iOe),cultbalh eloucii 
JUíMÍum. Bul the ciHitaxl (fiM *(i'ii« 
miia-n» ufiljíni'í» nmm pcwi'miww'w) 
(fa»wii ihxl hi'in ilia wuril in tilii.'n 
lltcr^li)-, gnat-ileilniffrr, The cm. 
pla^mnt ot ibe Jtalnlliaui dt (dn, «t 

Mau, a) ÍD thu Ureek Chutch, wuloo 
stritinB ■ ceivinoiiy to esc»p« ÍDddei- 
lal meiition iii n«liTe hi£Íagn[ihy. 
A Culebadh iru ■moug tba Colatabta 
relicd at KdLL& Acconling to tlit 
Srafiiríag o/ áiiíí^tn ím4 Mte 
ef alcat lulírgeuí thcbiilnat »gmt 
ox. It nns to 1« placeil upaa iht 
iilUr. Thl* (leiwríFTtiuii JippMn 
to iiloniif j it »iih th» víú, or 
CVjnper'oriwH JM'J a/tei» Cjridnr iMi 
oftfolJonitM. of Oreprry ul Toin 



and Cathal Ua Rogheallaigh, and Sitriuc TJa Mael-Brighte, 
the 8on of Aedh XJa Dubhdai, king of Ui-Amalghadha, 
andmanv others. — Muirghis Ua Nioic, herenagh of Tuaim- 
da-ghualann for [a long] space, died in Inis-in-GhaiU. — 
Adeed ugly, unprecedented, ill-issuing, that deserved the 
curse of the Men of Ireland, both laic and cleric, whereof 
the like was not found. in Ireland before, was done by 
Tigeman Ua Ruairc and by the Ui-Briuin : namely, the 
successor of [St.] Patrick wasstarfc dishonoured in his own 
presence : that is, his retinue was waylaid, and some of them 
were killed ; and a student of his own household, who was 
in charge of the sacred requisites and relics - was killed 
there. — Now the result that grew out of this ill deed is this, 
that there is no protection which is SQCure for a person 
henceforth, until this evil is avenged by God and by men. 
For this disrespect that was put upon the successor of 
Patrick, it is the same as disrespect of the Lord ; since the 
Lord himself said in the Gospel : " He that despiseth you, 
despiseth Me ; he that despiseth Me, despiseth Him who 
sent Me" [Luke x. 14]. — A foray-hosting by Tairrdelbach 
Ua Concobhuir into Leinster, until he reached Loch Car- 
man : herefrom, around Leinstcr to Ath-cliath, and he 
wrought great destruction of cattle on that route ; from 
Ath-cliath, to his house again. But the iU-fame of that 
hosting is upon Tigeman Ua Ruairc. — A foray by Magh- 
nus and by the men of Fern-magh into Tir-Briuin, so that 


(De Vitis Patr., viiL. Cf . The Stowe 
Missal, Tran». R. I. A., vol. xxvii. 
p. 169). That veil had enough 
in common with the musci/ugium 
to have the Irish equivalent of 
Jlabellum applied thereto. Thence, in 
a secondary sense, culehadh would 
come to 8ignify the requisites for Mass 
ai:d for administration of the Sacra- 
ments;yb culebadh designating the 
custodian thereof. 
Theoircumstances of the prcscnt 

outrage sugge^t a more comprehcn- 
sive meaning. When engaged upon 
a vÍBÍtation, the primate alwajs 
had the insignia ( = IrÍBh minna ; 
for which see the Stowe Missal^ uli 
mp., p. 174) of St. Patrick carried 
about with him. These are divi- 
ded into consecrated (insignia con- 
sccrata) and other (aliorum insig*- 
nium) in the Ziber Angeli (Book of 
Armagh, fol. 21c). The former 
are intended in a passage of 

beipiT) Ti^epnan co ii-Ui[b]-b|iíiiin 7 cn j^iruiTii moip 
atli'' |xtppo ic íCf-piii|iT)eaíi. pepíaiiiqia c(rf etepiiu 7 
meabaiTi Tíop TTiseiinaii 7 p}]i tli[b]-biimin 7 inaiiCrnji 
rpi' feT; no ceí|M cei:' ■oib, 1 vnyuc eiinS pnrpaic — | 
B 6O0 Sliiaía{> 1« Concobup tiUa lorlaiiin 7 lu CeTieL-n -6050111 
7 la "Oal-n-CCparoe 7 Ur Iif^psiallaib 1 nicc^-CoCa, co 
nicfansiaUti hlla-ii-ecac. Inipoic lupiinpiiia l«nn clí 
1 pepaiC-bpeft, co papsaibipec ttiieim ■oia mutnncep aiin 7 
co n-Tiepiicar: coL nióp •pMth Tthia 7 puL'fi] mnniB : itton, 
lopcoíi (Cfa-rjiiiiTn co n-a cempluiB 7 ]x>oun>G tx> ^ul 
mapr|iu niiiciB. Hon' impecpuixi pace *Opi ueL[!i]omt- 
iium, peqio ambulaiieiiunc . — 8ic ni-blnrfenu co Lpc, tiel 
paulo pliip, ■00 -Dentini tk> coniopbu pacpntc PcenConneri 
7l.'(3pu tnuinan. 

Icat lan. 111.V-. l-. u"-i <Xnno "Oonnni 111.° c.° .xx.^ 
TTlac )nopa[t]r hlla íleboca[t]n, uipcinnec Lip-ní 
TTIocucu [tjo éc]. — gtUa-lHoronna hUu ■OuibTtipma no 
miipba'& T>o UUcaiG 1 n-lnip-raíci. — CeaUaí, comctixba 
pacpaic, mac ojie 7 aipTieppcop lapcaip eoppa 7 oeíil 
cenn popiapaigi^cup 5o''6i'- 7 5'"'-'-' '-'^i^ 7 ctepic, lap 
n-oipT)n6'b Tiono eppcop 7 pacapc 7 uipfi] ^aí^a Jpaiíi 
apceiia 7 lap coipecpaB cempaU 7 peiLjie^ n-im'oa, lap 
ci'onacaL peoc 7 moeíne, lap n-upaiL pia^La 7 ro'íei'a 
I^op cao, ecep ciiaic ^ecLaip, iapm-becai§ceiLebupcais- 
aipppennais, oéncil, eapnaibEi'o, lap n-onsa'o 7 aicpi^ 
co^ai'&e, popai'o a anmani a n-ucc amseL 7 apfainsel, i 
n-OrpT)-pacpaic, ipin THumain, 1 jCaLaiiin CCppiL, in 

" ,ií, MS. -■ .ccx;. t. .H-it , M3. '■' non miperiuxc[ii], ele.. C, 

Tirevlian, whiuh isuiiiieulB them 
with a veil. Et ordiuavit 
[Diinfteveriok,c!0, Autrim] Olcanmu 
HmDCtnm epÍBcopuni, quem nutri 
Futríciua cc dodit illi parten] 
reliquiia Petri at Pauli et dUoruin 
«t Tclnia qiiod cugUidivit reliquiaa 
(Bo'>k ot AnoBgh, ful. láb). The 
veil here mentiuQed, it eatx be 

fcrml, Bi^tied the uover, 01 
rcliquar;, The phmBe in tho lexi 
v'úl tbasíiiuludeapiirBon iuuharge 
of relica. 

Thí espr«wi(,n ia not trnuilalcd ia 
C, Tbe whulo (ntry 'a iiuiiiiei 
(■'perhnps íntsutionall}-," ODo- 
uovan, ii. 10^9) by tte Soar 


they took great captures. Tigcrnan [Ua Ruairc], with [1128] 
the TJi-Bríuin and with anotherlarge force, comes up with 
them at Ath-Fhirdeadh. Battle is then fought between 
them, and def eat inflicted upon Tigernan and upon the TJi- 
Bríuin ; and three hundrcd, or four hundred of them are 
killed, as a first reparation^ to PatricL — A hosting by 
(.^onchobur XJa Lochlainn and by the Cenel-Eogain and by 
tho Dal-Araidhe and by the Airgialla into Magh-Cobha, 
60 that they tookaway the pledges of theUi-Eohach. They 
turn after that on their left hand into Fir-Bregh, until 
they lost a party of their people there and did a great 
críme before God and before men : namely, the burning of 
Ath-truim with its churches and a multitude undcrwent 
violent death in them. They marched back, without having 
obtained the peace of God, or of mcn. — Peace of a year 
and a half, or a little longer, was made by the successor of 
Patríck between the Connachtmen and the Men of Munster. 

Xalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 7th of tho moon, a.d. 11129] 
1129. Mac Marais Ua Rebochain, herenagh of Lis-mor 
of Mochutu [died]. — GiUa-Mochonna,^ UaDuibdirma was 
killed by the Ulidians in Inis-Taiti. — Ceallach, successor 
of Patríck, son of purity and eminent bishop of the West 
of Europe and tho one head to whom served the Goidhil 
and the Foreigners, laics and clerics, after ordaining 
bishops and priests and persons of every [church] 
grade besides and after the consecration of many 
churches and cemcteries ; after bestowing of treasures 
and of wealth ; after enjoining of rule and good conduct 
upon every one, both laic and clcric ; after a Mass- 
celebrating, fasting, praverful life ; after Unction and 
choice penance, he sent forth his spirit into thc bosom of 

* First reparaiion, — Meoning that 
other panishmeDts were inflicted 

11*29. ^ Gilhi.Mochonna, — Devotee 
of (St.) Mochonna. As Inis-Taili 
wafl an island in Lough Beg, ccv 


122 aiítíalcc uLamli. 

fcciiiToa pepia 7 ifin cerpatnaS' Hia^oin p£w 
abTiaiiie 7 ipin cóicacinaí)'' btioiftain a aiii. R,iica6t 
a íopp lii cepc' tJon CCppiL co Lev-móp mocucu, -00 
peip a rimTia paTiéni 7 poppifoiiie'o co fatmaiG 7 
yniiiaiB 7 caniicaiciC. Ocui" poliaónaiceíi co honópac i 
Ti-tiiLai-& in[n]a r-epfcop 1 ppiT) llon CCppiL, in iiiniica 
i:epia. ITImpcepcac, mac "Domnaill, ■D'o)pTine-5 1 com- 
upbup pacpaio inTlon CCppit— 1:600 CoLuim-ciU 
A.D. 1139. " .«ii.mírt — JCX-1C MS. *■ .I,niiró. MS. ■ 

Lnudoni3erTy, tbe sntnt bpra in- 
teaácá was one of the twa S9. 
UDchonns rpneratcd !□ Derr^ On 
Mnroh fl and May 13, T«pectivel)'. 
'Árd-Pot'oie.— The obit of 
O'Longan (1113, lupra), theaaUio- 
ritiea cited in the Date there givett 
vji two entrieH of a gimilaT lcÍDd 
ÍQ thess Annsla eiplain tho pre- 
nenco oC Cellacli nt Ard-pHtricfc, 
O'LoDgan bdonaed to one oC the 
tribeH (mentiODeil in noCe 4. iii/rs} 
that, by b perverBÍon o£ the priu- 
ciple rrgolatiiig BucoeBflíoii iu 
endoired ohuruhea (StufJiai Mar, 
Brohou Laws, i. 73 nq. ; Book of 
Armagh.fol. ICii,17a),teniporarily 
dÍvertBd the primacj iuto lBy 
handH. The hcad □{ the Dame, 
GiUa-CrUt (líuofc nt Leinatcr p, 
mn, 1. 39: Birall of Balljmote, p. 
115 b, I. 31) and Ua SÍuaobaÍD of 
the kíndred sept, the Ui-Sinaicb, 
who died reBpeotirelj io 1073 and 
1052 (j-upi-a), areCttllodtietmrdiD/ 
MuimUr. Whetjce it can bc io- 
terred thac they were liltawiae 
ÍncDmhouts of Ardpaltick. Tbat 
ohurcli conaequeiitlj «as imme- 
diatelj fiubjcct to Annagb : its 
•aper!or« were tbs «tevardí, or 

iBlodiHnB, nf tbo prtDiBtia] iM 
Muneterand were selected (l 

familie« tu queatioi 

Cellaoh had acoordingl^r *> 
there, either to ria 
officially, or throngh ci 

niuy be, in oonni 

a truoe bctwcen lUunster anA 
ConnRnght meiitioned under the 
prpceding yoQr. 

* Tomh b/ llir biihop^,- 
whi wna adviaed by the F. 1 

vulgn apfieltaio! (Tr, Tb.,p.^ 
The error, as waa to be upC 
haa been oopicd bf O'Conor. 

" HU [ Latin] DBnie [CelBuaJ 1» in 
the Boman Martjrolog? at tte 6lli 
of April. , . Ita being plaoed 
at 6 April is owing to ouoUur 
niia(ake of Baronius [tiie firat mi*- 
take, Note to Ram. Slaii., Ap. 6, 
wiia asBÍgning the deatli to 1123], 
vho wae tlie £reC to insert it iu Ihe 
Roman Martjrologj, wbioh h« 
reriíed by order of Gragory XIII. 
It WS9 nlrcadj in Molann»' Addi- 
I tiona lo Usuard, publÍBbed tn tha 

;carl6BB. . . . Aa his 
I ment was niarked ir. ApriLfl 
I tiotntion waa probdblf i 



angels and arcLangels, in Ard-Patraic^ in Munster, on the 
Xalends [Ist] of April, on the 2nd feria, and in the 24tli 
year of his abbacv and in the 50th year of his age. Hís 
body was then carried on the 3rd of the Nones [3rd] of 
April to Lis-raor of Mochutu, according to his own will 
andit was waked with psalms andhymns andcanticles. And 
it was buried with honour in the tomb of the bishops, on the 
2nd of the Nones [4th] of April, on the 5th feria. Muir- 
certach, son of Domnall, was instituted* [recte^ intruded] 
into the succession of Patrick on the Nones [5th] of April. 
— ^The house of Colum-cille in Cell-mic-nEnain^ was seized 

[1 129] 

for VI. April., and thus adding a 
oonfaBÍon of said day with that of 
hi8 death, this error seems to have 
originated" (Lanigan, E. H. iv. 
^lnttituted. — Ab the time was 

too short for the news to reaoh 
Armagh, mach less for a canonical 
election to take place, between 
Mondaj aod Thar8day, the 
" institation/' there can be little 
dnabt, was performed in Lismore. 
The chief members of the f amily 
to which Cellach belonged thus 
aooompanied him to Munster. In 
the Liber Angelit or Book of 
primatial privneges, the ordinarj 
retlnae is set down as fift^. 
Beceptio archiepiscopi, heredis 
cathedrae meae urbis, cam comiti- 
bas sais, numero quinquaginta 
(Book of Armagh, fol. 206). 

Feidlimid, who belonged to the 
Bixth generation from Conn of the 
Hondred Battles (2nd cent. a.d.), 
had amongst his five sons two 
named Bresal and Echaid : epon^- 
moas heads of the Ui-Bresail and 
the Ui-Echach, whose respective 
territories were the baronies of 

OneiUand East and Armagh (co. 

Sixteenth in descent from Bresal 
was Cumuticach, great grandson of 
Erudan, who held forcible posses- 
sion of the primatial see from 1060 
to 1064 and died in 1074 {supra). 

In the f ourth degree from Echaid 
was Sinach, eponjmous head of the 
Ui -Sinaich. This was the sept that 
supplied almost all the lay succes- 
sion in Armagh, as appearsfrom the 
foUowÍDg table (Book of Leinster, 
pp. 334b, 338o; Book of BaUymote, 
pp. 1 1 3-4) . The genealogy appears 
defective by comparison with that 
of the Ui-Bresail ; but, for the pre- 
sent purpose, this is immaterial. 

Sixth from Binocb was 

(1) M;ielmnire 


(2) Amalgaid (1049). 

(3) Dubdalei- 
the (1064). 
cach, 1060-64.) 

1 I 

(4) Mail-Isu (1091). (5) Domnall (11P5). 

Aed (1095). (7) Muirocrtach (1134). 

(6) Cellachai29; 

(8) NiaU (1134). 



aHMa:t.a iilflroti. 

CiLL-niic-ii-enain tio sabml ■d'O TThaipcGpc vop ff efi, ti 
Cacba[i]p)i tl "DoninaiLL | 7 a Lopca-fi idó. — Caip 
CCía-l-uaiii 1)0 'oenain La 'CaippTielljao lilla Confobd 
— 5'^l'í-Cpil''::. Tiiac TUic Ui'opin, roipec Centuit-pejn 
ai^, Do Lopco'D a zxf; a alcpanr lii 'Cip-Tllanal), 1 meCÍ 
— lliaLL lilla Cpita[i]n, pi lilla-piacpae CCpi>a-ft«d 
■DO itiapba'6 'o'Uib-Cenneris. 

lCaU lan. ini. p., L i. tiiii., CCnno "OoTnini Ttl." c.' X 
Sop-D Colmni-cilte* co n-a íenipaLt 7 co n-a tnin 
ínmoiEÍ Tio topcoíi. — Cú-tCippne lilla Concobaip, pi htJ" 
paiLgi, -Doéc.— CCifiLaini.macínic 81iena[i]n,pf í^aileng 
(i'Don,'' cotoLt pliuc'') ; Oensui' blla CainT>eLLja[i]n, fií 
Loesaipe 7 i'ocai'oe aite thj niairiB t»o tuicim ta X 
bpeipne 1 SLeiB-^uaipe. — beLLum ecep plnpu OCtba^ 
Pepu fílopeb 1 ropcpaiiap ceif pi' niiLe •D'ptiepaitfíloi 
im a pis> mon, Oensup, macinsine tiitui§ ; íniteimo] 
Cuef cencum, quoT) ej-c uepiup") ■D'phepaiC CCtban 1 v, 
§uin. — Stuaja'D ta Concobup lilla locLatnn 7 La 'Cvm 
cepc n-6penn 1 n-ULLraiB, 50 poíinoLpacup lILaTO vo 
íabaipc coca tioiB. ITleBaip imoppo i:op ULlcaiB, co 
poLú'fe a n-áp, im CCe-o hlla toinsi'is, p» XiaL-C£pan)9j 
im 5itLa-pacpaiG hlla Seppaig, pi 'Oat-buin-De j^ 

A.D. n30.aum.,C. '"T. m., L h.. MS. ; oin., C. '.1111., Mí 
t. b.,US. : otii.. C. Thotwo llrst wordí 11« writlon tc, wbidi *1 
liipt tNrcsd «B no, cec— or, a hainírfd, lo Mirctpoad wlth ibe utlnl 

CclÍBDh waB a lapatti on hÍB 
Bcceseiou. NisU died in 1 1 30. 

Fram tlic foregoing Bnd tbe 
aotioea in the AaDals wo see thiit 
Ihs plebiUt progenicA (tha Iribo in 
9 territor/ Armagh stood) 
". tha poBÍtÍon aad dis- 
bjr deputj the ssered 
fancltoiia of the nr.ItKÍaiU\-a pro- 
gíuieí ifiook ol Amiagh, fol. IGd). 
CíÍl-mic-H-Biain.—CliBrch e/tht 

SiniefEiuin. Kow(l>7n 

of r for n), Rilmaontuia (ca 


«Sj O'Ta^rrhert.- 
tbe Aiinala ol ÍAch C« M71 (iad 
ad on.) Ibat ■' Ui« F. U. b 
Tuin-htrt. wbleb ia Iikely I< 
reet, oltbough tha form Taif 
oc9.-ura ftlio in the AanBla of tT 
Bat hemiatOQlt tb* form rfi=rf» 
tbo prepodtiua do (bjr). 



ljy O'Tairchert" upon Aedh, Bon of Cathbarr TTa DomnaiU 
and be was burned by him. — The caBÍle of Att-luain waa 
built by Tuirrdclbach Ua Concliobair. — Gilla-Crist, aoa of 
Mac UidhrÍn, chief of Oenel-Feradhaigh, was burned in 
tbe houae of hia fostercr in Tir-Mannch. in treacherv. — 
Uiall'Ua Crichain, king of the Ui-Fiachrach of Áx^- 
sratha, was hilled by ihe Ui-Gennetigh. 

Ealend^ of Jan. on 4th feria, I8th of the moon, a.d. 
1130, Sord of Colum-cille with ita church and wtth ils 
many relics was bumed.— Cu-AÍffne Ua Gonchobair, king 
of Ui-FaÍIghÍ, died. — Ainhluim, son of Mac Senain, lcing 
of Grailenga (namely, " Wot Cowl ") ; Oenghus Ua Cain- 
delbaÍD, king of Loegnire and a number of iiobles besidcs 
fell by the Meti oí I5reif hí at SIiabh-Guoire.— War' bctween 
the Men of Scotland and tbe Men of Morav, whereín fell 
íour thousand of the Mcn of Moray, around their ItÍng-, 
namely, Ocnglms, son of the daughter of Lulach-; one thou- 
KandalBo(oronohundred, whichis trner)orthBMen ofScot- 
]and[feIl]intheconteBt. — AhostingbyGonchoburUaLoch- 
loinn and by the North of Ireland Ínto Ulidia, so that the 
Ulidiana osscmbled to give batlle to them. Defeat, how- 
ever, íb inflicted upon the Ulidiaos aud a slaugbtcr of 
thera ensucd, around Aedh Ua Loingsígb, Ííing of Dal- 
Araidhe and around Gilta-PatraÍc Ua Serraigb, kÍog of 

fA'iaíí.— HiBnttniettrminateflthu 
genf alogy in tbe Bix>ka of LeiiiHler 
(p. 33a«)uid Balljmote (p. tl3o), 
praTÍng tbst tho compilutiaa was 
tnftde daríag )iia life-time. He 
wM t«itli fram Crichan, who was 
tikewile tbe tenUi from CuUa Uais 
(4th ccntarf , 


- E<idi-a\ 


AnqusÍBí, opiul StTuciilhrow cum 
Ijnnte Bua pfremptus e»l. (Fordun, 
Chroti. Gtul. Scot.. v. 33.) In Ihe 
Ooiío ,4(maííu (cap. I), the pUce ii 
ealled SlniaithroeL It w» in For- 
fariliire. In Ihe -ár^fo Saxm 
ChvmUU (Cot. Til.. B IV.). ihe 
dujing- of Ani'gu» is giveu at thia 

= Z,i</o<-A.-SUÍn Ín 1058 {.■.vptn). 

126 cctniaLoc ulcroH. 

•OuBfiaillSe íTlac Caipnn 7 im fx)caiT)e opceiia. 1nn{iiT; 
imoíipo in nfi co haipéefi na íiOCpT)a, ecep ruaié 7 cill, 
co rucfar mile vo bpair, uel* paulo plup* 7 ilrhile 
imoTiTio vo BuaiB 7 vo eacaiB. ITlaici iniO|i|io lllorB m 
a Tii§ lafi i^ein co liCCíiT)-1Tlaca, 1 coiTi'oail Conco6ai|i, co 
n-T)epnT^aT: f^ié 7 comlui^i 7 co i^apsroc siallu. — ITleap 
mop cec ropai'Dco'' coircenn 1 n-6pinn uile*iiin blio^ain 

]Cal. lan. u. p., L xx. ix., CCnno "Oomini m." c.*" axcac** i.' 
Cpecf^luaSa-fi la 'CaippT^elbac hUa Concobuip 7 la 
Coici'd' ClionnacT: 1 ITlumain, co jioaip^i^T; liUi-Conaill- 
^liabfia. — 8lua^a-D la ConcoBap liUa m-b|iiain 7 la 
P]\u muman illai§nil5, co posaC a n-síallu 7 lofi fein 
iTTlí'5eiCOiaoaifiT;]^eaT:1ni'vloca-8eimT)iT)e 700 jiocompuc 
a mapcvlua^ 7 mapcvluas Connacc, co |iemai'5 po]i 
mapcrluág Connacc. 

[B 50d ends.^ 

« « « « « 

* « « « « 

[B 51 a.i] 

Huca-D a\\ Loc-8i5len 7 pobói coiccisif ap míp anT), no 

ní if uilliu 7 |\opua]'luic in eclup naem 7 pac paqfiaic 

íie 7 ]iomapbaix) na coiméT)ai5i |\obaT)up ic a coimeT). — 

T)ofiuv ceinpaill T)ai]\e t)0 íenam la comapba Coluim- 

•• om., C. 

A.D. 1131. ■.u.iT),MS. 

^ A cha.sni occiirs 'm tLc MS. (B), up to end of a.d. 1155. 

^ On thc upper nuirgin, a modem (I7th ccnturj) hand wrote : "Fower 
lcavea aro wantín^ beforo this.'* That is the numbcr of the loat folioa. 

1131. ^ Connacltt. — The miásiu^; 
vear» up to aud includiuj^ portion of 
1138 arc in great part the sainc, it 
is sife to cuucludc, as those in thc 
Annalso/Loch Ce, Theaceforward 
(the Annala of Loch Cc being blank 
tj 1169incluaive) the entries, though 

unrecogDÍsable at preaent, wera, thera 
can be no doubt, embodied in the 
maiu by the Foui* MatterM. 

^Matl'Isu — Given in C and (iii 
almost the same words) m the 
Annalt ofLoch Ce. 

1132. 1 Thehoiue ^Thit imptrfect 



Dal-Buinde and around Dubhrailbhe Mac Cairtin and 111301 
around a multitude besides. Moreover, they pillage the 
countrj as far as the East of the Ard, both secular and 
ehurch land,^ so that they took away a thousand captives, 
or a little more, and likewÍ8e mar.y thousands of cowsl 
and of horses. The nobles of Ulidia also [went] after 
that with their king to Ard-Macha, into the as8embly of 
Conchobhar, so that they made peace and co-swearing and 
lef t pledges. — Great crop of every produce generally in 
all Ireland in this year. 

Xalends of Jan. on 5th feria, 29th of the moon, a.d. [iislj 

1131. A foray-ho8ting by Tairrdelbach XJa Concobuir 
and by the Fifth of Connacht into Munster, so that they 
harried Di-Conaill-Ghabra. — A hosting by Conchobhar 
Ua Briain and by the Men of Munster into Leinster, so 
that he received their pledges and after that [he went] 
into Meath, so that they harried the Island of Loch- 
Semhdide and their horse-host and the horse-host of Con- 
nacht met and defeat was inflicted upon the horse-hcst of 

(Mael-Isu^ O'Foglada, episcopus Cassil, in senectute 
bona quievit.) 

(Xalends of Jan. on 6th feria, lOth of the moon, a.d. [ii32Bifl,] 

1132. The house^ [of the abbess] of Xildare was made 
{recie^ seized) by the Eenselaghs . * .) 

[Kalends of Jan. on 7th feria, 24th of the moon, a.d. [1153] 

[Tigernan^ XJa Ruairc took Donnchadh Ua CerbaiU, 
lord of Oirghialla, prisoner, after Donnchadh had gone 

•ntrj ÍB given in C. (The luni-solar 
notatíonÍBÍn Latin.) The remainder» 
which Í8 contained in the Annah of 
Lotk Ce, Btatei that the chnrch was 

barned, that a large number were 
slain and that the abbesswas violated. 
1165. 1 Tiffeman - Cenannus. — 
Taken írom the Four Maaters. 


comocla ulxcoli. 

cillr, n>oii, la i:iaifl>eprac lilla bpolCa[i]n. — aTnlaim 
TTlac Cdnai (muiite' Ceniiiil-[0]eii5tifa"), cuip smrci* 
7 bcirfiaiTa Cenuiil-eosain iiilc, niO)icutu]r efc. 
Lt)>r] lCal. lan. i. p, l. u., CCnno "Oomim fn* c.° U' in.° 
Caiiiin>eU>ar Iilla Concobinp, aniT>pí Connaiic, cuip 
oiiDain 7 oiiierii[t]p epcnn inlo ap gaifce^ 7 ciíinacul 
l>éc 7 mmne -00 LaeíiaiC 7 Tio clcipciC,in pacequieuic — 
Sluafta'o la inuipcGpcaí; Iilla Loclanin 1 n-lIlLcaiB. co 
cuc lj)UíisDi p]>,i u peiji. Ocuf ip f op an pLuasa^ pin Tiaiio 
pomapba'6 Iitla Ii1n[n]cin§i pop pcéiniLeb- — CCe5 IiUa 
Conanna[i]n, pí Ceniuil-ConaiLL, -oo mapbtrfi La IiUa 
Cafa[i]n 7 la pepaiBna CpaiCe. — SLiiala'fi aile'Tianola 
lilla lai'LaiiiT) c<> n-"Oei]'cepc ni-[>pe^ co ciic bpa(§T>e 
Laileii o Itldc inupca-Da cap cenn a Coici'fe'' «ile. 
T)ociiat>iip lap fcin Cenr 1-11-60501 n 7 CCipaiaUu 1 n- 
On^aisil). c() piiiccimup Clop "Oliaipe-iTióip, co cangaDWp 
niain Oi-pui^i Iii rcc Iitli LacLoinn. — ITleapp mop ipn 
bLiu'Dain fi po epiim niLc. lloi ni-bLiaSnao'n liiepmop 
<tiLi'' 5111'an bLiHTÍain yi. 

lcoL lun. 111. V', L. T. ni., CCnno "Oomini in." c." V uii.'' 
T^illo-pacpaic mac Cappfuig. oipcinnec Copcai§t, in 
Chpipco cpiiemc. — Cu-llLa-5 Iitla C«iin>eLba[i]n "00 ínap- 
bciTi 1 nietiaiL Lu "Oonnca-D, mac "OomnailL pucai-B I1U1 
lllueL-HecLainn, cup vapUftUfi comopbo picpaic ^baíLu 

A.l>. ll.i.-.. •■•1. m..t.h,M,>Í. Tlii- !■(«! om., (\ 

A.l>, 11.Í0. ■■ .11., M3. '■.u.i'o., MS. 

r» JUri'Mdi».— ScothíPxhiiua- 
'iiuti', A'ltimHin, p. IOj-i;. 
.SV.r(v.r./.-C-,M<Vi-).-L<,rd (f.VA- 
..). !■■. 11. 

lill. ' 7-..i/-fr ((«/,).— TL« F. M. 

-Al 1117 tlipF. M. 


JTli, 1 

y lik|.li 

n the n 

>f lllf! 

I.iltrallv (lit., besoHiÍ) prvfaiutiam *f 
(t!ii.Mii,-flHwor,(>ti.). -iDiplglitgfi'a 
Ua CuadGlbfti»(0'Qiii]ihn}«M 
t\\i,t of tho Ui'Laíglialrv 
call..d frum Lacgliaii 
pururf of 81^ PatrJcfc), ■ 
tcrritorr oominÍMd tiV J 


to raeet liim witli a siimll force to Cenntinus,] Jla was [1165] 
carried upon [an island of] Loch-Sighíen and was a fort- 
nigbt above a month thpreín, or something more and holy 
churcb and tho favour of Patrick freed him and tlie guarda 
that were guarding hím wcro killed. — The door of iho 
chnrcb of Dairo was mado by tbe Huccessor of Colum-ciUe, 
namely, by Flaithbortnch TTit Brolchaín.* — Amlaim Mac 
Cnnai (atoward^ oí CeneI-[0]engUHa), tower of the 
championship and activity of all Conel-EogaÍn, died. 

Ka!ends of Jan. on Ist feria, 5th of tho nioon, a.d. 1156. LHSfiBii 
Tairrdelbaeh TTa Conchobuir, archkíng of Connacht, tower* 
of the splendour nnd of tho principality of all Ire- 
land í'or prowese and bcstowal oí treasures and oí wealtb 
to laics and to clcrics. restcd íq peace. — A hosting by 
Muircerlach Ua Lochtuion into Ulidia, so tbut be tDak 
away plodgea to his cboice. And it Ía upon that hosting 
nlso Uu Inneirgbi was killed on a surprisc party. — Acdh 
Ua Canannain, king of Cencl-Conaill, was killed by Ua 
CathaÍn and by theMen of ihe CraÍbh. — Anotbcr boating 
also by Muircertacb Uu Lacblainn to tbe South of Bregha, 
80 iLat he took away thc boatagcs of Leinalor from [Diar- 
maitl Mac Murcbadha in returu for [giving to DiarmaÍt] 
the wholo provincc. Aftcr tbat the Cenel-Eogain and the 
Airghialla went into Oáaory, until they reached tho Piain of 
Daire-mor, so that ihe nobles of Oasory came into tbc housc 
of UaLachlainn.— Great crop in thia ycar fhrougbout uU 
Ireland. líine^ years from the othcr great crop to this year. 

Ealends of Jan. on 3rd fcria, Itítb of tho moon, a.d. 
1157. GiUa-Patraic Mac Carrthaigb, bcrenagh of Cork, 
mted in Christ. — Cu-Uladb Ua Caindelbain was killed Ín 
treacherj- by Donnchadh, flon o£ Domnall Ua Mael-Secb- 
nnaehli Merry, wbo thereby dishououred ' the auccessor 


Lo "wiui nnliBppillj linii Ireacber- 
OW1X3 IdUod t)y Douogh mao Dou- 

ncU [son of DomiiaU] O'Uulaugh- 
. Ijv, Eing of Meath ; bavmg 


ccNHocLcc uloroTi. 

In'U 7 Tnic taclaniT) co maiíiB in "Cuaiixettlnl 
■OaitSi-íin'r co ii-a compLuiC iio lofcu-o. — Connq 
poupaic O'Don,' atp'oepi'cop epenn') tio coip 
cempaitl na maiiac i íiaínutijpi cLeipec n-epeTin, 1 
in Leslan; 7 ll[i] Orein 7 ftpenne 7 na n-eprcop ai»i 
71 pia'Dnu[i]pe LaeC n-imua, im liUa bacLainti, 1 
pi5 epenn 7 "Oonncaí IiUa CepbaiLL 7 risepnan'l, 
Huaipc. "OopaT) -Dano Tíluipceprac hUa locLainn 
TiiCTiu bo 7 cpi picce° ungai 'o'óp "Do'n Com'oib 7 do na 
cLeipciB. "Dopac -oano Wile ic "0]»ocac-crca tio i 
cLeipcit5, i-Doii, pinnaCaip-na-n-insean. Ocur cpl f 
unsai -D'óp o hUa CepbuiLL 7 cpi \:íCiTf uiígati] t 
ingin hUi TnaiL-8eclaiiin, OTTinai T:i5epnaiil liUi Ru( 
Uohepcoiccennai|,e'5 tduiio "Do'n cup piii o cuaic \ 
ecLaip in c-iii5pinnci-o[e] maLLaccac poixifun^ 
comapba pacpaic 7 bacuLL Ippu 7 cLeipciu ' 
apcena: i-Don, "Donnca'BbUa TnaeL-SecLainn- — SLuagtrt 
La ITluipceiicac IiUa lacLainn co T^uaipcepc epenn 1 

íworne to each oihei before bj the 
ensBwing oatheB to be truH to one 
BDotlier, without efTusioa of blcod 
(fur petformiLDce of which oatbes 
tbo piimBttof Ardmach wasbound, 
tbe Pope'a Lcgatt, Qrenon, aroh- 
boshopp of Dublyn, tho abbot of 
the moulieí of Irelaud [Ua Brol- 
ohain]) -. tha coworb [eucoeBsor] of 
tjt. Queran [ot ClonnuoDoiro] TÍth 
Lis ooths [=minna, rellos], the 
StafF, or Bocball, of Jenua, tbe 
coiTBTb of 8t. Peiohjn [of Fore, oo. 
Westmesth] witb bis oithB, ihe 
oflthB [relics] of Sl. Columb-kill, 
Theee oatha nnd autctitB wcro 
tolcea before Eing Hortagh [Mac 

Lochlainn], Donnogh O'EemS 
Idng ot Uriell, Tjefnaii O'ftojrolt, 
lcing ot the Brenie aud I>ennott 
Mnc Morrogh, kitig of hptnter 
aod tha priiicipallest of Ueath utd 
TeaBa alao. And If th ere were do 
sueh oaths or seoDríties, it wai > 
wicked act to kill sucb a Doble- 
hoarted ir'an witbout caug&" 

' Jn preiíflce qf. — The F. Af.oMjht 
pantoned íor catluig tbls ■ S}*nud«l 
Aaaemblyi bnt the umn excMS 
caDDOt bo pleaJed tor Colgmn, wbo 
einvclj MtJ Ít down an a SjMdll' 
CunveDtion ( Conrtníui SgiuiduH 
«onsecntíDg tbe Bii^caofthaJ 
»»ry (AA. SS., p. 6SS) ! [TúM 



of Patrick and the Staff of Jesu? and Mac Lachlaiun. along ['157] 
with the nohles of thc North. — Duimh-iois with itachurchea 
was burned. — The auccessor of Patrick (namelv, ihe arch- 
bishop of Ireland) consecrated the church of the Monlts 
[of Mellifont, near Drogheda], in prcsence of^ the clergy of 
Ireland, that is, of thc Legate ^ aud of Ua Osein and of 
Círeiiiie and of the other bishops and in presence of many 
of tho laity, around Ua Lachlainn, that is, around the king 
oí Ireland and Donnchadh Ua Cerbaill and Tigeman Ua 
Ruairc. Moreover, Muircertach Ua Lochlainn gave eight* 
Bcore cows and three score ouncea of gold to the Lord aud 
to the clergy. IIo gave also a townland at Drochait-atha 
to the clergy, natnely, Finnabhair-na-ningen. And three 
acore ouncea of gold [wero given] by Ua Cerbaill 
and three scoro ounces more by the daughter of Ua 
Mael-Sechlainn, [namcly] by tbe wife of Tigernaa 
Ua Iluairc. On tbat occasion also was excommu- 
nicuted by laity and by clergy tha persecutor accursed, 
that disbououred the saccessor of Patrick and the 
Staff of Jesua and the clergy of Ireland bosides, namely, 
Donnchadh* Ua Mael-Sechlainn. — A liosting by Muir- 
certach Ua Lachlainn olong wilh tbe North of Ireland into 

crau Íx omltled in O'Uaauviui'H 

bMuUtÍOO ) 

Tlie woader ia to Snd Lanigan 
(í. JT. iv. ID4) led BBtraj tlierBby, 
Ho »dil« hQwever : " This íjaod, 
or asBemblj, woa beld for tba mere 
objoct of cooaBocatÍQg a. tharch ; 
«ndinfact verylittla more seenia 
to hBve Iweu done b; if' (p. 
167 J. 

» rA< -CíSOíi— Chiistiau Ua Con- 
doirche, bi.hop of Liíinore. The F. 
M. oiuit his name, and ilao those of 
Ua DiHÍa (archbisbop of Tuutn) ai 
of GreDne (arcbbiahop ol Dublin), 

Tbe cmissiou is acoordingl}- re- 

peatvd ia the hitbertD publitbad 
acoauuta of tbo trannaation. 

O'Doaovaa (p. II2G) glvía tho 
raailiag of C. aa ■■ the legat Dl 
CoQOrclii and Ihe bishop alío." But 
itia: " Iho I.e({iit, UO«a,Grens aad 
the bishupa ai^." 

*£'ijA(.— Tho P. M. givo «BTen 
(icore) ; vb«ace Colgau hu cailata 
el ipiailrai/inta (/oc eit.). 

' iJoBncAorfA.— Hia oíTence ia (laii^ 
u tbo íBCond entry of ihis yeac. 
AooordinsloMageoghegan, "the 

132 íniMaloc ulcroíi. 

TTluínain, co fansoDUfi paic€i Luinnní§ 7 corangaDUfi 
maiéi TTluman im a pi§aiI5 1 reac hUi LacLamT) 7 co 
papsaiBfeu a m-bpaisr:! aicce. 

lCaLlan. 1111. p.,Lxx. uii., CCnno'Ooniini TTl.°c."L"uiii.* 
T)oninaLl lilla Lon^apsaíOn, apT)epfcop tnuman, in 
Chpif co quieuic. — SLua^a'o DanoLa hUa LacLamT) hi Tíiti- 
ConaiLL, co fiomiLL panaic vo Leip. — 8eno'5 vo tnnol la 
comapba porjjfiaic 7 La cLeipcib Gfienn ipn bfii-mic- 
'Chai'Ds, vú 1 TiabaT)up coic' eppcoip ip\cexh do epaiL 
fiia§La 7 |X)Bepa a|i cac 1 coircenn. Ip 'oo'n cuti fin 
1ioofiT)ai§fec cLeiíii^ Bfienn, im Choma|iba parjpaic 7 im 
[in] Le§aic, caíaiji vo comajfiba CoLuim-ciLLe, iT)on, "00 
phLaiíbefiTOc hlla biioLca[i]n, amaL gac n-epfcop 7 
apT)-abT)aine ceLL CoLuim-ciLLe po Bfiinn uiLe co coiTXíenn. 

]CaL lan. u. p, L ix., CCiino 'Oomini TTl.'' c.** U° ix.* 
T)iat\maiT:, mac 'Cai-D?; hlli TnaiLpuanaij, moficuuf efc. 
— 8Lua§a'b* La TnuificepT^ac hlla LocLainn a Tní'Bef co 
fapsaiC T^onnca-D hlla TTlaiL-SecLainn 1 Lanpige TTli'Beí 
o 8hinainii co vaif]^^.'' — SLola-o La Tnuipcejirac hlla 
LocLainn co maiciB CheineiL-Co^ain 1 poifiiDin CCi|i5iaLL 
B 6ic co hCCé-pii]\T)ea'D. 'CangaT^Ufi | imopfxo Connacca 7 
ConTÍiaicne 7 ll[i]-bfiíuin do Leifi 7 caé mofx vo TTluim- 
necaiB conícce CC€-na-Cai]^befina, t)0 rabaifiu caéa T)OiB. 
CCcfiacraDUfiimofifio CeneL-n-Bogain 7 CCifi^iaLLu im hlla 

A.D. lir>8. ■-•.u. (vpi.xx., MS. 
A.D. USU. »«om., C. 

wliole kingdomo and govemment 
[werc] given to his brother Der- 
mott, aj more y:orthy thereof.*' 
See 1159, note 1 {iti/ra). 

1158. ^A iso, — That is, as well as 

which is the last item of the pre- 
ccding year. 

2 The Le.fjate. — Not mentioDed by 
the Four dlatters* 
' Chair, — That is, he was made 

iuto Munster, tho incursion into ' citheramitredabbot,orabishopwith- 


Munster, iintil they reacb the Greeu of LÍmeríck and the [1167] 
Dobles of MimBter aioimd their kÍDg3 came into the house 
of Ua Lachlainn and left thcir pledgea with him. 

Xalends of Jan. on 4th feria, 27th of the nioon, A.i). [iisa] 
1158, Domnall Uii Longargain, archbishop of Munster, 
rested Ín ChrÍst. — A hoating by Ua Lachlaiiin itito Tir- 
Conaill also,' so that he wasted Fanat entircly, — A Synod 
was aasembled by ihc succeaaor of Pfttrick und by the 
clergy of Ireland at the IIilI of Mac Taidhg, wberein were 
five [and] twenty bishops, to cnjoin rule and good conduct 
upon every one in common. It is oa that oecasion tho 
clergy of Ireiand, olong wilh the succeaaor of Patrick and 
nlongwith theLcgate,^appointeda Cbaii-' for the succcssor 
of Colum-ciIIe, that is, for Flailhbcrtacb Ua Brolchain, tbe 
eame aa [for] every biahop and the arcb-abbacy in general 
of the churcbes of Colum-cille throughout all Ireland. 

Ealends of Jan, on 5th f cria, Dth of the moon, a.d. 1 1 59. \ 
Diarmait, eon of Tadhg Ua Maelnianaigh, died. — A 
boBting by MuÍrcertach Ua Lachlainn' iato Meath, eo that 
he left DoDDchadh Ua Mael-Sechlainn in full kingship of 
Meatb, from [the river] Sbannon to sea. — A hosting by 
Muírcertach Un Lachlainn aloug with the nobles of Cciiel- 
Eogain to Alh-FhÍrdeadh inuid of tbe Airghiulla. IIow- 
beit, tbe Connachtraen and the Conniaicni and aU tbc 
Ui-Briuin and a large buttalion of MunHtermen carae aa 
far as Ath-na-caisberna to give baítle ti> them. On tho 
other BÍde, the Cenel-Eogain aud Airgialla under Ua 


unt jnrÍBdiotion (mora probablj the 
rurmer). 8bb 117S, notel; 1247, 
note 2 (.h/™)- 

1159. ' Ua LacMainn.-Be wns 
(he principal of tboae bj vboni 

Donncliadli liad lircn depoBed in 
fsTour of iiis bratlior, Dormut, 
aflrr tiio eicommunÍCfttiou pro- 
noancedin 1157! 

1 cecnct. 
ConnaccaiB 7 irop Conmaicne 7 pc 
pobacuii uile, ition, pé" caía mopa t)oi6 7 tair na Tiá ci 
ítile" a i)-T)ep5Úp: ition, ápConiiacr,im 5'tla*Cpirc, mac 
■Diapma-oa, mic TTai'Ds 7 im ITluipcepcac, mac T^ai-ÓE 7 
mac 'Oomnaill lilli phtaiíbepcais, mon, mac pi» 
lapíaip Chonnacc 7 bptan ITIainec. moc Con6oljaip, mic 
T:hoippT>Gtbai5 7 htla lTlanTiaca[)]n (iTion.* IT) uipeíac*), 
pi hUa-bpium na Sinna 7 bpanan. inac ^itLa-Cpipc 
TTIic bpana[i]n, n>on, pi Copco-CCÍtann 7 mac phinna[i]n 
blli «iBten,pi Iilla-n-ecaí fnuai'5e jatn mutci nobilep; 
7 úp hllu-m-bpíuin, im mac ri5epna[i]n hUi 
Cumpa[i]n 7 im mac ^i'-'-a-phínnen U[t] Roraig 7 niac 
■SuibnB hUi 5f'f'-''[']i 7 niac Conbuiíie bUi Oiopma- 
Tia[i]n 7 mac CCe'fea na ti-aniuf, aippi Conmaicne, 7 U[a] 
"Oonnca^a 7 pnnbapp, mac pmnCaipp 0[i] ft''8P'''í"'''*> 
coire5JTluinncepi-5epu'ba[i]n. Ociii~'Tjpemmop-D0Tnuim- 
iiecaiC, im mac 5''-'-a"Ciapa[i]n hUi Cennecig. Ocuf' 
Tílac na haibci hUa Cepnaca[i]n tio mapbari ap 
naifiapac pop cpeiC. Ocup cucpaT^up Cenet-n-eosoin 
bopoma n^iaipmÍTie Tio'n cpeic pn 7 cepnocup imoppo 
Cenet-n-eo5ain co copcap móp 1)1« C151I5 lap x-éxn. — 
8tuaga-6 ta tnuipcepcac hUa latlainn co Ceniut-n- 

leiit luied ae i 

'.íi., M3. ■'■''ill., t. b.. 
oontwotion), MS, 

in the neighbourhcnd of Ardee 
(Ath-Fhirdeadb), eo. Loutli. 

' TAe tiEo other ballalÍant.—'SaxDt- 
ly, oF the Cenel-£og«in and of th« 

* Vpon them. — Lit»ndly, their 
{•tarh tlúvgXler) ; thu po<se«BÍTe 
being used objectÍTclf . O'DoDovan 
{F.M.Íi. 113S) trsDBlates íai'í fia 
dd ealh eilea n-Jergarhy "thetwo 
olh<i bstlalit'iiB yicie drcadlullj 

• ec (tha Latin eqnira- 

fllaughtered.'' But tbe liitof tíis 
Elain, which does not include a 
«ingle UUtar oame, plucea the 
meaning bejonil doubt. 

'Brian Maíneeh. — So callnj from 
biTÍng bevn fostfiei in tlí-Maitui 
(Ihe O'EellTs' coontry incoi. Ga1way 
■nd itoacainnion). 

oMa»), etlur noWw,— Tho eom- 
piler oTerloolced tbe faot tl 
oonteit lequircd the • 
not tbe notDÍniitÍre. 



Laclilainii odvanced to atticls the sBme Ford.^ But defeat | 
ia inflicted upon the Connachtmen Bnd upon tho Conniaicní 
and upon tlie Uí-Briuin, as they were [in] all, namelj, six 
Inrge battaliona of theraand the twoother battalions^ínflíct 
stark slaughler upon them* : to wit, slaughter of Connacht- 
luen, around GiUa-Crist, sonoí Diurmaid, son of Tadhg [Mac 
Diarmata] and around Muircertach. son nf Tadhg [Mac 
Diormata] and tbe son of Domnall Ua Flaithbertaigh, that 
Í9, the son of thc Iting of the west of Connacht, and Brian 
Mainech,* son ol C'incbobhnr, ecn of Toirrdhelbach [Ua 
Concliobair] and Ua Mandachain (namelj-, Muiredhach), 
Idng of Ci-Briuin-na-Sinna and Branan, son of GiUa- 
Crist Mac Branain, that is, king ot' Corco-Achlann and 
the son of Finnan Ua SJbh!en,kingof tbe Ui-Echach of 
Muatdh; andmanyotbornob]os''[\vere8lain]; and slaughter 
of the Ui-BrÍHÍn, around the son of Tigernan Ua Curorain 
and around tbe son of GiUa-Finnen^ Ua Rothaigh and the 
son of SuibneUaGalain and the son of Cu-buidhe*' UaTorma- 
dain and the son of Aedh " of the onsets," 8ub-king [?] of 
ConmaicniandUaDonncbadiinand Finnbharr.son of Finn- 
bharrUa Gerudhain.''chiefof Muinnter-Gerudhoin. And a 
large force of Munstermcn [was slain], around the eon of 
Gílla-Ciarain Ua Cennel igh. And " Son of the Night "'" Ua 
Cemachain was killed on the morrow on a foray. And the 
Cenel-EogaÍQ tcok away countlesa cattle-spoil on that foray. 
And the Ccnel-Eogain returned indeod with great triumph 
to tbeir honies after that. — A hosting by Muircertach Ua 
Lachlainn witb the Cenel-Eogain and with the Airgialla 
and the Ulidians and Cencl-Conaill into Connacht, so that 

Fiimim {of Clonard, oo. MetttL). 

'Cb-íb.WAp.— Literiill.v.cnnMjtunií. 

' fírnidhain GBrQdan.C. i Geru- 

dhud, B. 

""•Son oftke ^'ightr—So oMtá. 
pprhap:, frdm tbc manj Docliinul 
raids ia irbich he tooli pul. 


eosani 7 co n-CCipsiaUaiG 7 llUcaiG 7 Coniut-CoTiaill 
1 ConiiaccaiG, co ]íoloii^ec ■Odii-iiión 7 ■Oitii-Ciapai'61 7 
Ttún-na-ii-ftaU 7 co |ioiriiU)'6c mop Tio'ri n'ti ancena, co 
TiOToifec ia]i i'iii Tna ríp, ceii i'ir, cen siaUu. Ociij- tp 
t)o'ii fup i'in cnci'ac teo Iilla 5c"li'ip«'5c"5 7 Cenel- 
lllaieii. — tDatít-tlluipe lilla loinspft, epfcop ln]iÍioiii, 
fuam uicam pelicicep v"""""' — tnupcao hlJa Hiiafta- 
cn[i]ii, fii CCijicep, mopriiuj' cfC. — "Cpi Iiltt TnaeL'oonai'D 
■Do mapbaíi ta lilla Caiianna[i]n Tii meaRail. 

Í^TÍ \Cal. lan- ui. p, l. a^. CCnno ■Oomini in," c." tx." 
T)oniicn'& IiUa ITloet-Sectainii. pi ITIi'&i^, -oo niapbaú uo 
riacaiG MIi pliinw(lto[i]n i meCail — titla Cananiin[i]n, 
pí CeniuiL-Conaitt, t)o mapbafi La Cenet-ConaitL vaitm. 

Bfiid mon, rec -do LofCU'o | "D'lla OaisiLL paip. — ptaicbepcíie 
litla Cacufais, pi íaicne [7)0 éc]. — pnti liUaSopnialijnt 
epix;opCitLe-T)apa, ahbmanacIBaip-Cinncpacca ppi |ié, 
att Clipn'cum mispauic— Opo'oup, mac ropcaitt, pi 
(£ca-cUac, -00 mapba'B va *Oeifcepc Opeg.— Ttl ui-om 
Tllai5i-tiiSaT) pia Ceiiet-n-eosain 'Cotca-oac pop litla n- 
Saitmpe-oaig 7 i^op *OoninaLL litla Cpica[i]n 7 fop Ua 
piacpac, co pomapburD •opein nióp ■oiB. Ocup ip 'do'ii 
cop fiii nopoíaip co neiiíicíncac Tlluipcepcac litla tteitL 
la locLann lilla l.acLainn, cocopcaip lap pin UjcLann i 
11-a 'Biftait ta mac htli HeiLL.— SLuasao ta ITIuipcep] 
tiUa toClainn co CcniiiL-eosain 7 co n-ítipsiaLLai 

A.D. UCO. • CiniiciviCcaoni., C. 
nnlcncc is iiupraperly levened ÍD C 

^ tlie miBi <it Uiúutdof tti 

" Gainrii ottr Ui lifm.— Lilírtllj-, 
t«ai vilh íAfw. '■ Wdn," C. ThBl 
is, aiiL-ceedHl in grttmg O'GDrinlc; 
«nit bii cilui lu becoinv their «111». 
Hair sliDrt-liveil wiu tbe allknce, la 
thuvu in ihe twa CMicluditig cntrici 
pt tbe liillaHÍng jtar. 

^ Jíail-Muirt.—Ditott* e/'Vtiry. 

IICO. 'iJDHlA tf Bnth» 
eatrj in tlie Four S 
that lie WBB slain bf Uitelcrnn Vae 

QíIIb-SmcIiiiuíII ( wbo was pnibabl)' 
tho brothuT (if BumnuU, lurU <rf 
=■ iJníii«ou.í„j._Thii «p-Fifle J 


they burned Dun-mor and Dun-Ciaraidhi and Dun-na- [3169] 
nGall and wasted much of the land besides, until they 
returned to their own country after that, without peace, 
without pledges. And it is on that ocoasion they gained 
over to them^^ TJa Gailmredhaigh and the Cenel-Maien. — 
Mael-Muire^2 XJa Loingsigh, bishop of Lis-raor, felicitou9ly 
finished his life. — Murchadh Ua Ruadhacain, king of the 
Airthir, died. — Three Ui-Maeldoraidh were killed by Ua 
Canannain in treachery. 

Kalends of Jan. on 6th feria, 20th of the moon, a.d. [1160 Bís.] 
1160. Donnchadh Ua Mael-Sechlainn, king of Meath, 
was killed by the sons of Ua Findallain [lord of 
Delbna-mor] in trcachery. — Ua Canannaiii, king of 
Cenel-Conaill, was killed bv the Cenel-ConaiU them- 
selves, — namely, a house was burned by Ua Baighill 
npon him. — Flaithbertach Ua Cathusaigh, ' king of 
Saitni, died. — Finn Ua Gormain, bishop of Cell-dara, 
abbot of the monks of Ibhar-Cinntrachta for a [long] time, 
passed to Christ. — Brodur, son of Torcall, king of Ath- 
cliath, was ki]led by the South of Bregha.^ — The defeat of 
Magh-Lughad [was inflicted] by the Cenel-Eogain of 
Telach-oc upon Ua Gailmredhaigh and upon Domnall Ua 
Cricain and upon the Ui-Fiacrach, so that a largeparty of 
them were killei And it is on that occasion Muircertach 
Ua Ncill fell innocently [i.e., undesignedly] by Lochlann Ua 
Lachlainn, [but] so that in revenge of him Lochlann fell 
afterwards by the son of Ua NeiU. — A hosting by Muir- 
certach Ua Lachlainn along with thc Cenel-Eogain and the 
Airgialla, until they came to Magh-dula, to expel Ua 

' 0^//íí.— Literalljr, rtUcs. From 
being employed to swear upon» 
relic8, evangelisteria, iDÍssal», 
ritualfl, croziers», and Bimilar objccts 

of veneratíon came to bave tbe 
secondarj meaning of oatbs. (Cf . 
The Stowe Missal, Tr. R. I. A., 
xxvii, 174-Ó.) 



ccMMaia tHaroTi. 

fian5aT)U|i ina§-ti-T)ula vo mnapbuT) hUi ^ai{ifnle|ai'&. 
CCcfiocaip rfia hlla 5«ifiTnle§ai'5 i mebail la "Ooninall 
hlla THaelfiuanai^, aft epail hlli Loclamn, laji fapu^U'B 
cleipec n-Bfienn 7 a ííiinT) v6. Ocup fiucar) a cenn co 
hCCfiT)-T11aca 1 n-éinec parpaic 7 Column-cille. 

lCaL lan. 1. p, L 1., CCnno T)onnini m.* c.*' Ix." 1." Ua 
hOifpém, apT)'ep]^cop Connacx, av ChfiifTum nnigfiauiT; 
— Cuanxc Oniai^i vo '5enam la comafiba Coluim-ciLle, 
iT)on, la piaicbepcac hlla bpolca[i]n : iT)on, f ecc* picix;*' 
T)ani ; acr; ap e a piac poT:ai'5be'5 ann, — wow, pice'' 7 
cecpi' cexf umge T>'ap5UT; 51L : iT)on, rpi humge 1 n-gafi 
T)am. — 5oFFP«^5 ^LIa RagaLLaig t)0 mapba-B, — 8Luaga:5 
La TTluipcepTOc htla LocLamn hi 'Cip-m-bpium : ifpeT) 
T)ocuaT)up T)ap Comup CLuana-Boip, ap puc an rifie, co 
fapgaib 'Ci^epnana Lon^popu t)oiI5. CCppein co'Cipfiaic- 
TTleppa[i]n. CCip^iaLLu 7 LILai'5 coníce pem cucai,7 TTlac 
TTlupca-Du co LaigniB 7 ca€ t)0 ^í^aLLaiB, co n-T)eo£aT)ap 
uiLe 1 Tnai§-'Ce€Ba.* Camis T)ano htla Concobuip TXip 
8inamT) aníap 7 T^opar: bpai^T^e T)'Ll[a] LocLamn 7 vam 
ruc hUa LocLamn a coigeT) coiíiLan T)ópoiíi. — Cec vo 
^abaiL T)0 ChaíaL- hLIa RagaLLaig pop TnaeL-8ecLainn 
hUa Ruaipc pop Lap 8Láme, co pomapba'^ ann íriuip- 
ceprac hUa CeaLLaig, pi bpe^ co n-T)peim vo iííai€iCI 
B 62a ime. I Cepnai imoppo TTlaeL-8ecLainn app. — ImaphUa 
hlnnpeccai^, aipcmnec TTlucnoma 7 pi hUa-TTleiuppi pó, 
T)o éc. — ^Lua^a-^ aiLe La hLIaLocLamn hi TTli'5e, 1 com- 

A.D. 1161. iT>vTa»MS. ^^hcoeal, MS. • .tin., M.S. »> .xx., MS. 
«-*= .cccc, MS. 

*/n reparation to. — Literallv, in 
rcparation of. 

IIQ].^ UahOissem — Called Aed 
(Hugh)in the Annals of Innift/aUen * 
in wbich hÍ8 death is cntered under 
the previous ycar. 

^Pure.— Litcrally, white. 
^ For. — Literallj, in. 

*Killcd.—At Kell9, by Mael- 
Scchlainn O'Ruaire according tothe 
Four Masters. The reprisal made bj 



Gainnleg'íiaidli [from Cencl-Moain] , But Ua Gaimleg- [1160] 
haídh foll in treachery by Domnall TJa Maelruanaigh, by 
dírection of Ua Locblainn, after tbe dishonouriog^ of (he 
clergj- of Ireland and of liís oathff' by bim. And bÍB [//>., 
the] head -wns carried to Ard-Maclia, in reparation to* 
[SS.]Patrick nnd Colum-cille. 

Ealends of Jan. on lat fcria, Ist of tho moon, A.a llill. [116I] 
TJa hOisacÍn,* archbisbop of Connaeht, pasped to Christ.^ — 
The circuit of Osaorv was made by thesnccessorof Colum- 
cilip, namelv, by Flnitbbertuch TJa Brolcba[i]n : that is, 
BCTen score oxen [werc given]: but Ít ia iheir value that 
was presented there, — naraely, four bundred and twenty 
ouncea of pure^ silver : to wil, tbree ounces for* every ox- 
— Goeffrey TJa Raghallaigh [lord of Breifni] waa 
killcd.* — Á hosting by Muircertach Ua Locblainn into 
Tir-Briuin : the way^ they went [was] past the Confluence 
of CIuain-Eoia, (hrongb the lengtb of the country, until 
Tigeman [Ua Ruairc] abandoned hia camp to tbem. 
From that to the Well of Messan. The AlrgÍalla 
and Ulidiana [camc] to tbat placc to him and Mac 
Mnrchadha with the Leinstormen and a battalion of 
Foreigners [came], eo that they allwent into the Plain of 
Tethbha. Then Ua Couchobuir came from the west, aeross 
theSbannon and gave plcdgea to Ua Lochlainnand tberc- 
upon TJa Lochlainn gave his entire Fiíth [i.e. Province] to 
him. — A house waa seizcd by Cathal Ua Haghallaigh 
npon Mael-Sechlainn Ua Ruairc in the centre of Slane, 
BO that Muircertach Ua Ceallaigh, king of Bregha, waa 
lcilled tbere, with a party of nobles around bim. Mael- 
Sechlainn, howevcr, escapod thorefrom. — Imhar Ua 
InDrechtaigh, herenagb of Mucnom and king of Ui-Meith 
for a (long] time, died. — Another hosting* by Ua Locblainn 

CalluU. •atl ol Genffrer, ietol.! in llie 

• Thc líMj. — IJteniIIy, II í> {Ih' 
aiojl. The objcct wss tti ein- 

phasize the opennras of tbe roate : 
Do opporition bein); dreaded. 

' Anolhcr lM»l!ii^.—The fint t> 



140 ccMticcLcc uLcroTi. 

T)ail fe\i n-6fienn ezcifi loecu 7 cleipciu, co hCCé-na- 
'Dai|ibíii5e, co p-o^aC a in-biiai^e uilí. If Wn ciiji fin 
fiopaeíiair cealla CoUinn-cille 1 ITli'De 7 1 Laisniu la 
coma^iba CoUnni-cille, iTOn, la pLaiíbeiirac hlla Opol- 
ca[i]n 7 cuca^ 'oó a cain 7 a fmacT, uaip iiobT)afi T)oepa 

jcal. lan. 11. v-, ^- ccii., CCnno T)omini Tn.° c.** lac° n.* 
6fi]ifca]iT)U§ na raigi o ícmpluit) T)aipe T)0 T)enum la 
coma]iba Coluim-ciUe d'oon,'' V^airbe^icac*) 7 la |ii§ 
Cfienn, iT)on, la ínui]^cefiT:ac lilla Loclainn; vú in pocó- 
^ba'D ocxmo^a^ T:ai§i, no ni i]^ uilUu. Ocuf T)enam caipl 
in efilai]i la comafiba CoUnm-ciUe beof 7 maUaci; aji 
inci ncpa cai^iif T)05]ief. — Imblec-iljaifi co n-a T;empall 
T)0 lofcu'D. — Sena'D cleijiec n-6fienn, im comafiba 
parpaic, iT)on, im ^^Ua íílac Liac, | mac Ruai'Bfii, ic 
CloenaT),^ i]i]iabar;u]i^ fó'' e]^puic pcec,*' co n-ab[b]a- 
-DaiC ímT)aiC, ic ejiail pia^la 7 fobefa. Ocu]^ if' vou 
cu]i v^n' ]iocinn|^eT: cleipic 6]ienn ^[la'Da apT)efpuic 
6]ienn vo coma]iba paqiaic, amail poboi piam 7 na 
ba-D pe]ilei§inT)^ 1 ciU 1 n-6pinn nec' acc* T)alT;a CCipT)- 
ITlaca. — 8lo5aT> la muipce]auac lilla Loclainn co n- 
efimóp Lei€i Cuinn co lTla§-pifa]\T;a,* co pabacup^ feci;- 

A.P. 11C2. iClao-, A. =— t)ii|\, B. s_jc^„„^ r. ^— Vi'6aTiT>a, B. •-•Lm. 
t. h., MS. ; om., C. ^ .Ixxx., MS. cc.u,. — .xx., A,B. «^-^ co na n-abcrócn5 
— tpith their abbotSj A. *" om., A . ^ cii^\, IJ. b » in nec na hu—the one who thould 
not be, B. 

year. As the result of thcso two 
expeditionp, O'Conor cíilled himsclf 
king of Irchind. 

^ St hject. — That is, to assessment 

the space thus acquired as one to 
^vhich the right of asvlum attached. 
(Cf. the Colledio Canonum Hiber- 
tiensis^ xxvin.Dc civitatibos refugii; 

by the respcctive tcmporal lords. . XLiv. 2 : De debito termino circa 

11G2. ^ C( htre. — Fn m this uccount 
it can he infcrred that thc churíhea 
of Uerrv stood in proximitj'. On 
the removal of the adjacent houses, a 

onmcm locum ^anctuni.) The Four 
^fa.<tn'it change churches into church^ 
being foUowed in the error by Colgan 
(Tr. Th., p. 605). 

circular wall was built, to mark off I ' Come ovcr U, — That ia, violate the 



into Meath, into an asscmbly of the Men of Ireland, both 
laics and clerics, at Ath-na-Dairbrighe, so that he received 
the pledges of them all. It is on that occasion the churches 
of Colum-cille in Meath and Leinster were freed by the 
successor of Colum-cille, namcly, by Flaithbertach Ua 
Brolcha[i]n, and their tribute and jurisdiction were given 
to hira, for they were subject^ before that. 

Xalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, 12th of the moon, a.d. 1162. 
Total separation of the houses f rom thc churches of Daire 
was made by the successor of Colum-ciUe (namely, Flaith- 
bertach) and by the king of Ireland, that is, by Muircer- 
tach Ua Lochlainn ; wherc wcre demolished eighty houses, 
or something more. And the stone wall of the Centre^ 
was lifcewise built by the succcssor of Colum-cille and 
malediction [pronounced] upon him who should come over 
it^ for ever. — Imblech-ibhair with its church was bumed. 
— A Synod of the clergy of Ireland [washeld] around the 
SQCcessor of Patrick, to wit, around Gilla Mac Liach, son of 
Ruaidhri, at Cloenad, whercin were six [and] twenty 
bishops, with many abbots, enjoining rule and good conduct. 
And it is on that occasion the clergy of Irelaud assigned^ 
the Orders of archbishop cf Ireland to the successor of 
Patrick, as it was before^ and that no one should be 
lector in a church in Ireland, except an alumnus of Ard- 
Macha. — A hosting by Muircertach Ua Lochlainn along 
with very large portion of the Ilalf of Conn to Magh- 
Fitharta, so that they were a week thereiri, burning the 



placc by forcibly entering to carrv off 
a reíugee. (Cf . tbe Col. Can. Ilib. 
xuv. 7 : De violatione templi Dei 
cum septis puníenda. Ttmplum 
eutn aeptia signifíes a cburch sur- 
rounded by enclosures. ) 
^-^ Amgned — íc/ore.— That it», it 

was enacted thut henceforth no lay- 
man be intruded into the Armagh 
succeseion. (Cf. A.D. 1129, note 
4, supra.) The decp-rootod abuse 
connected with the primacy was 
thereby formally eliminated. It is 
characteristic of the Four Masters 


ccwMala ularoti. 


nain ann ic lofca^ apBa 7 ^^116-5 5^11. 'Cucfacu|i* 
imoíiíio na 5«^ll maiT>ni po|i a mapcfluag, co fionia|iB- 
fau f efefi/ no mojfipefeíi,^ 'oit) 7 ni pua|iar;u|i* a fieifi 
T)o'n® cufi fin. — CCíi^ain 5<^ll* CCéa-cliaé la "Oiafimaic 
TTlac Tnupcafta 7 nefiT: mófi "00 §abail po|i]ao, amail na 
fi05a15(r5 íieime o cein móiti. — Cuaip.T;'* Ceneoit-eosoin 
la comapba paT^paic, iT>on, la 5^lla ÍHic Liac, mac 
Ruai'5pi, 'oanac pfiié innTjfamait fieímpi^ — ^pene, 
eppcop CCéa-ctiaí 7 apT)eppoc^ iaigen, in Chpipco 
quieuiT;. Comapba pacpaic t>o oipT)ne'5^ Lopca[i]n hUi 
'Cuaéait, comapba Coempn,® 1 n-a ina'5. 

(ÍHaet-Secnaitt* hUa Uuaipc occipup epu. — OCbbacia 
buettíae hoc anno punT)aca ept:. — OCn copnoTÍiai'5, hUa 
T)uBT)a, occippup epc.*) 

lCaL lan. 111. p., Locacin., CCnno T)omini Tn.**c.** tx.**iii,* 
TTlaet-lpu hUa iai§ena[i]n, eppcop 7 ab[b] Imbteca^- 
ibaip 7 abb^ beatais-con^taip ppi pé, in Chpi]XO 
quieuii;. — Cepbatt' hUa ^itta-parpaic, pí *Oeipce[i]pT; 
Oppaigi, mopT:u[u]p epc.* — tTlaet-lppu hUaCopc[p]a[i]n, 
comapba | Com^aitt, cenn cpabaiT) Uta-o uite, <ro 

A.D. 1162. *"* .ui.ufi, no moi\vepu|i, A. ; .ui.uji, no mo|i.ui.ti|i, B. 
•t)0, A. Scribe forgot to place the coutraction mark of n ovcr o. ^ aifiT> — ,B. 
8 oi|ineT>, A. •Caini — , A. *'^ om., B, C. , , n. t. h., A. ; om., B, C. 

A.D. 1103. > Imleca— , B. * ^1,^ a — »• ora., B, C 

that they should have passed ovcr 
a National Synodal Decreo of such 

3 Grene. — Called Gregory by 
Ware (fifsA(7^«,atDublin), followed 
by most writers. Lanigan's cor- 
rection of the nativo annalints (A\ 
JI. iv. 173)Í8 noteworthy : ** In divers 
Irish Annals Gregor}''B death is 
placed in 1162. But thia is a mis- 
take, owing to their having con- 

founded tho year of it with that of 
the accessdon of hia sucocfisor, St. 
Laurcnce 0*Toole, which was in 
1162 'M 

*Lorcan Ua Taathail.—ThíX is, 
St. Laurence OToole. For the 
family and terriiories, see 0*Dono- 
van^H valuable note(F. J/. iii. SlSsq.) 
Tuathal, mentioned at 1014 {tupra) 
as father of Dunlang, king of 
Lcinster, was thc epon^monshead. 


corn and towns of theForeigners. The forei^er8,how6Ter, 
inflicted defeat upoD their horse-hoat, so that they killed 
six or sevon of thera and [the UltoniansJ got not their 
demand on that occaaion.^ — Pillaging of the Foreigners of 
Ath-cliath by Diarmait Mac Murchadha and great Bway 
was obtBÍned [by him] over tlioin, such as waa not 
obtained betore for a long timc, — The circuit of Cenel- 
Eogain [waa made] by the succeasor of Patriclt, namely, 
by GiUa Slac LÍach, aon of líuaidn', to which nothing 
similar [in the amount of donation s] was fouud before it. — 
Grene,* bishop of Ath-cliath and arehbiehop of Leinster, 
rested in Christ. The successor of rutriclt ordaiued Lorcau 
TJa Tuathail,* Bucccasor of [St.] Coemghen, in his stead. 

(Mael-SechnailF Ua Ruairc was elaiu. — Thc abbcy of 
Boyle was founded thia year. — The Defender Ua Dubhda 
was alain.) 

Xalende of Jan. on 3rd feria, 23rd of the moon, a.d. [ 
1163. Mael-Iau Ua Laighena[i]ti, bishop and abbot of 
Imblech-ihair and ahbot of Bclach-conglaia for a [long] 
tirae, rested in Christ.'— Cerball Ua [nrW, Mac] GiUa- 
Patraic, king of tbe South of OaBory, died. — Macl-Issu Ua 
Corc[r]ain, aucceseor of [St.] Comgall,* head of tho piety 
of aU Ulater, paased to Christ. — A lime-kiln,* wherein 

SevBnth in denceiit from Tuathal 
WHs MuircbQrtarti, lcing ol tho Ui- 
Hnridaigh. He bBd eeTon Hona, 
Lorcui being apparentij tbe eldBBt. 
Hlfl oi]ty daogbter, Mor, beaaine 
tbe iFÍfe of Dermot Mao Munogb, 
Eing of Leinater (L. h. 337d ; 
wbere tbe words migíiii^ by araaure 
froni the headiiig ot the genBalogy 
are Vt-M<indaigh). 

'Jffltí-SecAniii'í/.— Thifl enlry n 
^Tca in Ihe Four Mailert, The 



Eiolj, DDCordiní; to the AnHalt tf 
I»ni.fa!le,i, wbiob omit mention of 
bis havÍDgbeoD abbotof BaltiaglaB. 

'Saectnor of [Sí.] Cmgall. — 
That iP, abbotof Bangor, oo. Down. 

' LÍ7ae-Kiln.—U\aal\j.J!rt eflime. 
tbe contauied, hy iDeIoajmy, for tha 
SUuHarlF, Cencl (npt]. 


aNMccla uLaroli. 

Ch|\ifriim fni^fiauic. — 11)6116-0611 1 paeil fefca* x^tiai^eS 
a|\ cac^ le€ t>o 'oenam la Comafiba Coluim-cille, it>oii, 
la piairbepcac, mac in epfcuip hUi Oiiolca[i]n 7 la 
famax> Coluim-ciUe, pjii |ió picec" laa. 

(Miall,'* mac muiticefirai^, mic ÍHic Loclainn, vo 
^abailla hU-íllaine.**) 

[bir-] lCal. lan. 1111. p., U 1111., CCnno T)omini m.** c.° Ix."* 1111." 
'Donnca'D liUa bfiiain, epfcop Cille-T>a-lua, in Chpifco 
quieuic. — tTlaiui' muinnre|ii 1a,^ iT)on, in fdcapi; mop, 

A 60b CCupifnn 7 in pepleipnn (iT)on,*' 'Dubp'oeO | 7 in T)ifep- 
rac, iT)on íriac 5illa-T)uiC 7 cenn na Ceile-n-T)e, iT)on, 
Tnac popcellaig 7 mairi muinncepi la apcena t>o 
riacrain ap cenn comajiba Coluim-cille, iT)on, [ph]lai£- 
bepTOic hlli bpolcain, t)o gabail abT)aine la a comaipli 
8oma]ili'D 7 pep CCepírJep-^ai-DeU 7 Innfi-'gctll, co 
lio[p]a]xaei comaiiba paqiaic 7 fii Ciienn, iT)on, Ua Loc- 
lainn 7 mai€i Cene[oi]l-6o5ain e. — 5^Ua-paT:|iaic hUa 
Tnael-mcna t)0 éc'' — 8oma|\li'D^ mac ^iUe-CC'oarfinain 
7 a mac vo mapba'D 7 áfi pefi CCefi[r]ep-5^ae'Del* 7 
CinnTJiiie 7Pe]i 1nn]M-^aU 7 'f^ail CC€a-clia€ ime. — blo'5 
T)*CC|iT)-maca t)0 Loi^ca-D, — TcmpuU* mó]i 'Daifii'^ t>o 

^jíac, 13. »> .U: , A, B. «^ .xx., A, IJ. ^»-*» u. t. li., A ; ora., B, C. 

A.I). UGt. í eai\e]i— (tbe first c is camhita), MS. (A) ^— lig, B. »n- 
'goci'óoU li. *— paM, IJ. *— |io, B. *-■* om., B, C. *» T)ai]ie wa» first written ; 
subsequciitlv, ench letter waí< dotted above aud below, to áiguify deletion, MS. 

Clann (dan), /V;* (men), Muitiutrr 
(tribe), l'obul (poople), Sil (pro- 
geiiy)f Ui (de.scendants),u8eJ withtho 
patroiiyiuic, sonietimes .*ii^ify tho 
territories, not tlie iuhabitants thereof 
(prout utrumlibet usus accommo- 
dai-it, Ogijgia^ III. Ixxvi. 361). 
Compare BlacUfriars, Whitefriars, 

Tl>e Four Maste.r» (followed by Col- 
gan, loc. eit.) agaiiist A, B aud C, sa^' 

tlie kiln vr&s 70 feet square. Colgan 
add.s that it was built in connection 
witli repairingthechurch of Derry. On 
thesame page, unconscious appáurentlv 
of the contradiction, he records the 
buildiug of the new churcb of that 

* XiiiU. — Given in the Annah oj 

1164. ^íf/ec/, ffc— This incident, 

AinsjLis OF ULfrrER. 


are 6Íxly feet on evBrv aide, was made by the succosaor of [Uqi 
Colum-cille, tbat is, by Flititbbertaob, son of the bísbop 
Ua IlrolcbaÍn and by tbe Commuiiity of Colum-cille in the 
Bpace of twenty day8. 

fNiall,* aon of Muircertacb, aon of Mac Lochlainn. was 
takcn prÍBoner by the Ui-Maine.) 

Ealends of Jan. on 4th fma. 4tb of the moon, a.d. 1164. [ue^BU.] 
Donnchadb Ua Briain, bisbop of Cell-da-lua, rested in 
Christ — Select' member.s of the Community of la, namely, 
the arcb-priest, Anguslin and the lector (that ia, Dubsidhe) 
and tbe Eremite, Mac GiUa-duib and the Hcad of tbe Celi- 
De, naiiioly, Mac Forcellaigh and sclect membera of tho 
Coramunitv of la beaidea came on behalf of the successor of 
Colum-tillo. namoly, Flaitbbertach Ua Brolchnin's accept- 
ance of tbe abbacy of Ir, by advice of Somharlidb and of the 
Menof AirthÍr-Gaerlholandoflnsi-GulI ; but the euccesaor 
of Patriclt and lbeking of Ireland,tbat is, UaLocblamn and 
the nobles of Centl-Eognin prevented him.— Gilla-Patntíc 
Ua Maei-Mena died. — SomhurÍidh^ Mac G iIIii-Adbamb- 
nain* nnd big ann werc kilied and slaugbtcr of the Men of 
Airthir-Gacdbci and of Cenn-tire and of tbe men of Insi- 
Q«ll and of the Foreignera of Ath-cliatb [took plaoe] around 

•o banuarable tn U» Btulthaio «nd 
vilbODl wLicb ■» alliiBÍua ia his 
obUnar}' aaúce (in/V<i, 1176) cuuld 
nDl be njMleralood, is písaed over by 
the Fanr Hatlc'-s. See the note in 
there given. 

' SomABWiiiA.— Sonicrledu* ilnque, 
r« Erg«diae . - - , copiom eiet- 
c>Uii et muima olaue de lliliernia 
Ht «liil dÍTCrsla iocis contract», npud 
RiÍDfríeu [ou IhO CljTle] praedaiutiií 
«ppliouit ; teá . . a poucia pro- 
vÍDOialÍbus it 

.bidem est occisua. 

dun, Ce«. Annal., ir. (-«í. an.) See 
dlsu tbe eiLtrsrt fcom the Chronidg 
of Maii, quutod iu Ailamnan, p, iilS. 

' GiHa-Adhamhiiiiin.—llcpolee n/ 
[St.] Jdamnan! (ninth) abbut of 
lonai íroui iil'é to 704. Adamnui'ii 
ehieí work, OmLi/tofSt. Colamia, 
biM beeD t'dited with a weolth of 
illiutratiou ty Df. Heerea. 

' Grcat thurch. ^ Ttwipul mor ; 
'' from which the oily o£ Derry re- 
ooÍTes ita paroohial name of 
Touiplemoce '■ (^áoninBn, p. 408), 

14fi tnitíaUc ultTDti. 

■Denum ta comafiba Coluim-cilLe, n)on. la plaiÉbei» , 
mac in evpuic hlli bpolcam 7 ]\a famuí Coliiim[-aU 
7 laTTlmpcepcac hUaLoClamn, la'' liaip-opig 
Ocu]'" caipprnc cloc in cempailL moip pein *Daipi 
i:aeLec noco* cpaijeTi, ppi pó ceropcaT;' laa.* 

(aitiLaim/ mac SiLLa-Caimgm 11 Cliemnei'Dis, 1 

]caL. lan. ui. p-, l. i. u., CCnno "Oomnii m.° c' Lac." 
TxiippijeLbac hlla í)piain Tioiniiapba[Ti] api^i' miini 
la a' mac, mon. la ITIuipcepcac 7 pé pein t» ^abo) 
pi^' T)'eip a aÉap. — "OorfinaLl'' hlla J'L'^O'Pttcpo'C' P' 
Tuaipc6[i]pc OiTiaifti, 7 Concobup liLIa bpoisce, pí 
Cinn-caiLLe 7 paicin blla bCCeta, cainneal blla- 
CeinnpeLaig uiLe, tio liiapbaí do Tna[c] Cpaié tiUa 
niop'oai 7 "00 LaiCiT cpia T)pocpara. — Coca* ecep phipu 
tnite 7 hUiB-bpíuin 7 ipin Coca'o pin pomapboíiSicpiuc 
hUa fluaipc La hUa Ciaptai 7 La Caipppi.'' — Impuí 
Ula'6 Tiano' pop Ua* loclainn^ 7 cpec Leo pop hlliB- 
TTleic, co" pucfac bú imTia 7 co pomapbpac pocaiW -00 
T)ainiB. Cpec Tiono Leo v'op lli[b]-bporail oipprep^ gpefi 
aile pop 'OaiL-píacai. — SLuasaíi La Tlluipcepcac hUa 
l-oELaiun,ecGp ConaLL 7 eogan 7 CCip5iaLLu,i n-ULlct 
co poaipspec in cip uiLe, cenmocac ppimceLLa 1 


'itL, tli..MS. (A) 
B, C 

A.D. 1165. Vé». H. 
probíblj^la a — iriíA *íf. ^ >• 
li-T>í(i1ItmiT>e--<iiujíJiíír Imrd ti 

B. •.Uixj^,MS.(A) '.acl.,MS.j 

[, A. >W— ,B. ,om., A. Hit t 
a., B, C. ' ocuf co—a»d M bUr, B. « 
miHÍer, B. C. rallowi A. 

^Niiittg. — MísUldng llle oríginat. 
the Faur Miatm (ÍDUowed \>f 
Coigui) my right^. 

* .JmA/in« — Given (the vatb is 
omitted in O'CoDor'a lcit) iu llia 
Annalto/BoaU. The FourMasltr 

míi tbftt tb« dnd \ 

Tuirrdelbscb U« Briain { 
O'BrÍBD). Tho entrj Ía n 
(perhapa intentioiillUf} 
Ati-Bl, Bf Inmi/allrn. 

^ GÍUa-CaimjhÍn. — Devot«t • 
[Sl.] Ktrin (of OlcDdabagti). 

« by I llGó. ' [Jraí] GiHt-Patrai, 



liim. — PortionofArd-Machawasburned. — Thegreatchureli [ii64] 
oP Daire woabuilt by tho auccesaor of Colum-cille, tbat ia, 
by Flaiibbcrtacb, son of tho bishop Ua Brolcbain and by 
tbe Comn)uiiity of Colum-cille and by Muiroertach Ua 
Locblainn, arch-king of Irelaiid, And tbe [topjatone of 
that great cburch, wbcroin tbere are ninptj^ feet [ia 
length], wae corapteted within tbe space of foriy day3. 

(Amhlaim,* son of GiIIa-Cuimghin' Ua Ceinnedig, waa 

Xalead» of Jan. on Gtb feria, 15th of the moon, a.d, [iies] 
1165. Tairrdelbach Ua Briaiu waa cxpelled from tbe Iting- 
sbipof Munatfir by bis son, tbat ia, by Muircertach and he 
[Muircertacb] bimself took the kii]gship afterhis father,— 
Domuail Ua [r£cU, Mac'] Gilla-Patraic, king of the íiortb of 
Os8ory, and Concbobar Ua Broighte, king of Cenn-caille 
and PaÍtÍn Uu Aedha, tbe candle of all Ui-Ceinnseluigh, 
were killed by Mo[c] Craith Ua Mordbai and by tbe Laichsi 
forevil causee. — War [took pluce] betweeu the Men of Meath 
and ihe Ui-Briuin and it ia in tbat war Sitriuc^ Ua Ruairc 
was killed hy Uu CíardbaÍ and by tbc Cairpri. — The turn- 
ing of tbe Ulidians upon Ua Lochlainn [took placej andu 
foray [was made] by ihem upon tho Ui-Meith, eo tbat they 
took away many cowa and killed a multitudo of persons. 
A foray alao [waa made] by tbem upon tbe eastem Ui- 
Bresail aod anotber foray upon Dal-riatoÍ. — A hosting 
by Muircertacb Ua Locblainn, [aloug witb] hoth [Cenel-] 
Coiui[i]U and [CeneI-]Eoga[i]n and tbe Airgialla, into 
tJlidia, Bo tbat tbey harried uU Iho country, escepl the 
chief cburches of tbe UlÍdiana and killed a couutleaa 

80 oalta] ín \be OcsaFÍ&a list ol 
kii]ga (L. L, 41b}, wlduli agrcea 
withtbe teitiastatiiigtlialLii wa« 
eUIii bj the LaÍDhsi {tbe eept tliut 
inhabited and gave the Dame to 

— TheíonrJfflííírj 

iB deuLh ot SiU'.u< 


cci^Mala ulccoti. 



co pomaiibfoc áfi n-'oiaifiiTii^e* T)ib, im ecmaficac, mac 
íTlic 5illa-efpuic 7 im hlla' | Lomanaig 7 co poínnaTib- 
f ai; Oocai-b TTIac T)uinnpleiCe a hllUTOiB 7 co^ n-THipaiTÍ 
hUa Loclainn fii§e 'do T)un[n]i^leiBe 7 co n-Dapqpac® 
tlla[i}5 uile a n-seiU 'o'll^a] Loclainn c|iia nefiT; fii§e. — 
DiafimaiT: TTIac CCfir;a[i]n, coifec Clainne-po^aiicai^, 
enec7 ©§n"i1i hUa-n-6cacuile, mofir;uu|^ epc. — Tk)^uxTal 
8axan 7 '^aH CCua-cliaí la mac na pefiifi t)o ^aUail 
popBaipi pop bpprnaiíj 7 ]iobaT;ap uile fie fié Leiéblioftna 
ic^ a^ TX)§ail 7 nífi'pecraT;. 8c fieuefifi i'^unT; fine pace 
perpo. — ITIael-CoUiim Cennmop, mac Banfiic, afiT)fii 
CClban, in cpifTjai'oe af pepfi T)o bai t)0 Sco'oelaiB* fie 
muifi anaifi, ap T)eipc 7' aínec 7' ctiabu-b, t)0 éc — 
'CfiiaUai'D* eocai'5 vo pi-oifi ]\i§i lIla'D t)o jaHail, co 
f\OT)icuifi]*ec tIla[i]'D ho, a]\ huaiiion hUi Loctainn 7 co 
fio^eimli^e'D he la T)onnca'5 íiUa Ce]\baiU, la hafiT)fiiS 
CCifigiaU, T:]^e poficoii5]ia hUi ioclainn. — 8lua§a^ aile 
la líluificoiirac hUaLocLainn coCeni'ul-Oosain co hlnif- 
Lacain, | co fioloi]xecin inT)]^i 700 fiuftnú]\fac 7 coTnic- 
farjUlu^i^-D uile a m-b]\ai§ci T)'U[a]' Loclainn. 'Cecaiciafi- 
f^in'' Cenel-n-0o5ain im hUa® Loclainn T)ia TnpB^co cof- 
cu]\ mo]\ 7 co lonsait) i'mT)ail5 leo 7 co f erjaiB imT)aiB afi- 
cena. CCf^fei'oe hUa Loclainn T)'CC]iT)-lllaca. 'Cicciapfein 
T^onnca-D hUa Ce]ibaiU, ai]iT)]ii CCiji^iaU ^Bocai'b ITlac 

* — íiii, B. *'^co ii-'Do]iar, A. •^rMii'opír, U. "-^ai (aphaeresis of i), A. 
^'^oe'óeul— ,15. '*0, A. — « om., A ; giveii in C. ' a]\— /(W, B. f-DU 
liUa, B. ^ iayiiitn — ajterteard*, 15. 

^ Mac Duinnslnbhe. — (Mac Dun- 
levy.) The Donnsleibhe frora 
whom the family name tcok itd 
origin was elain in 1091, svpra, 
Eochaid mentioncd in the tcxt 
according to tbc Ulidian rcgnal list 
(L. L. 41d), was 80n of Conchobur, 
BOn of Cu-Ulad Ua Flathrai (killed 
1072, svpra), 

* Donnshibhe. — There can be little 

doubt that he was the samc as the 
Dunnsleibhe nientioued in the sccond 
entrj' of thc followiag year. Ihe 
Four Maaters omit this portion. 

^ For the space nf half a ytar, — 
*' Ilulf a yeare bickering and bat- 
teriug and yet couldnotprevayle,'' 
C. Brut y Tywysoyion states (adan). 
thnt the king remalned many days ia 
canip at Caerleon, until shif» from 



number oi' them, iaclnding EL-hmareach, son of Mac 
GiUa-eBpuic and iucludino Fa Lomanaigh aiid they 
expelled Eochaidh íiluc DuÍnTislcibhe^ [TTa Eochadha] 
from UlÍdin. And TJa Lochlainn pave the kingship 
to Donnsleibhe [Mqc Duinnsleibhe TJa Ejchadha] and 
all the TTIÍdiaDs gitve thcir plodgea to Ua Lochlainn, 
through the might of hia regal power. — Diarmait Mac 
Artain, chiof of Clann-Fogartaígh, húspitality and bcnefac- 
tionof all Ui-Echach, died. — An expedition of tbcSaxons 
and of tho ForeÍgners of Ath-clÍath [set out] with the 
Bon of tho Empress, to fiubjugate tho líritons and they 
wfire all for the space of haif ii joar^ attaclting thcm and 
they availed not. And thev retumed wilhout peacebaclt- 
wards. — Mael-Coluim Great-head, son of Hcuiy, arch-king 
of Scotland, thehest Christian tbat waaof theGaidhil[who 
dwell] by the sea on the east for ftlmsdcedg, hospitalilj and 
piety, died. — Eochaidh [Mac Duinnsloibhe TJa EochadhaJ 
Bgain attempls to obtain the king3hip of Ulidia; but 
the Ulídiana expelled him through fear of Ua Lochlainn 
and he waa fottercd by Donnohadh Ua Cerbaill, 
arch-king of AÍrgiuUa, by order of Ua Lochlainn, — 
Anothcr bostíng by Muircertach Ua Lochlainn along 
with tho Cenel-Ei)gftin to Inis-lacbain," ao that they 
burned the Island [luia-lachain] and razed it. And all 
Ulidia gave their pledges to L'a Lochlainn. After that, 
the Cenel-Eoguin around Ua Lochlainn come to tbeir 
hooscs with great triumph and with many ships and 
numerous treaaurea heaide. From here Ua Lochlainu 
[goes] to Ard-Macha, Af tor that, Donnchadh Ua Cerbaill, 
arch-king of Airgialla and Eochaidh Mac Duínnsleibhe 

Dablla and other dlici in Irctinil 
cune 10 tiiai. Finiling liioM forceii 
InnilGdeiit, he gave tliem prewnlfl 
■nd dinninol tbcm', hiniíelf iLnLl 
hii umj retntDliig to Englanil. 

'liiii'larbain. — DuílcMi'n^: lois- 
lougban, co. AQtrim. Seo the il?- 
BCriptioD b^ F}-neB MoTy»on, quoted 
in O'DomvaU (f. J/.. ií. 1134). 


ccNMcclcc ulcroti. 


TDuinnfleiBe i coniT)ail hUi Loclainn, t)o cuinncix) fii^ 
'DoíTlac T)uinnfleiBe, co n-'oaiiaic^^hUa lx)clainn «116*00 
THac T)uinnfleiBe uafi^^ cenn^^pall Ula'B uile: co n- 
caiiaiT;^^ THac T)uinnfleiBe mac cec TOifi§ T)'UllT;ai15^* 7 
a in^in péin 1" ni-b|iai|recuf vO Loclainn. Ocuf cucía 
feoiT; ini'ba t)ó, im clai'oiuB mic inT) 1a|ila 7 co n-T^ofioc 
baifice T)o^^ hUa^^ Loclamn ; co^® n-T)a|iaiT;^® hUa Loc- 
lainn vo^^ hUo}^ Cefibaill é. Ocuf cuca^ T)ono baile vo 
cteipciB 8obaill, cpia fiau fii§i hUi Loclamn. 

(T)oriinalU THac ^iUi-paupaic, ini Of|iai§i; Tílo^nuf 
hUa Canannan, fii Ceineoil-Conaill ; ^^itla-CfiifohUa 
TTlait-bpenamT), caifec Ctainni-Concobui|i, 7 TTla[c]- 
Cfiaié hUa Concobuip, pi CiapfiaiT)e-Luacpa, moficui 

]CaL lan. uii. f ., t. ocac. ui., CCnno T)oniini TTl.** c.** tx.** ui.* 
T)oninatt* TTlac 5itte-TTlocotnio[i]c T)0 mafibffb vo 
tai^niB I fein. — Cucuac TTIac ^itti-éfpuic t)o mafbafi 
T)o T)un[n]ftei!5e, mac mic 6oca'5a.' — CCe'5 hUa TTlaet- 
faBaitt, fi Caiffce-bfacai-De, t)o mafba'o ta TTluifcefi- 
rac hUa toctamn pef T)otum. — CCfT)-TTlaca t)0 tofca'5 

^^ n-T>oiiar, B. "" 'Dafi 5-ceTin, A. i'— caficaic, A. i'x>o tl — , B. " a, A. 
i5i*^0='D0 0, A. i«-i«co ca|xaic, B. *i n. t. h., A ; om., B, C. 

A.D. 1166. aa om., B, C. 

7 Sword,—0'Donoyan (p. 1155) 
sajrs this was evideDt1y won b}' 
Mac Duinnsleibe from tbe Danes of 
the Hebrides. But he gives no 
aathority for the statement. 

^ Domnallj ctc. — Given in the 
AnnaU of Boyle. The first is a replica 
of tbe initial item in the second entry 
of this year. Tho Anmls of BoyU^ 
in agreement with the original 
tezt, state that he was slain. 

^ King of Ciarraidhe LHachra, — 
Lord (tiyhema) oí Ciarraighe- 
Luachra, Four Masters. O* Donovan, 
by an oversight, has " lord of Con- 
chobhair " (ii. p. 1156> 

The Annals of Boi/le, acoording 
to O'Conors text, have: Gilla- 
Crist U[a] Mail-Brenaind and 
M[ac] Craith Ua Conchubur 
Chiarraigi (O'Conor Kerry) die. 

Mail'Brenaind signifies devotee of 


[TJa Eoctadba] comc Ínto the presence of TJa Lochlainn, (1105] 
to aslt for the Ícingship for[Eochaidh] Mac Duinnsleibhe, 
Bo that Ua Lochlainn gave thc entire [UÍngship] to Mac 
DuinnBleibhe, in return for the pledges of all TJlidia. So 
tbat Mac DuinnBltibbe gave ibe son of cvery cliief of 
Tllidía and his own daughter in pledgc to O'Lochlainn. 
j4nd tbere wero given to him [Ua Lochlainn] many 
treaBures, includíng the sword^ of tho eon of the Earl and 
lie [Mac Duinnsloibhe] gave Bairche to Ua Lochlainn 
[and] Ua Lochlaini» gave it to [Donnchadh] Ua CerbaiU. 
And, moreover, there was given a townland to the clergy 
of Saball, by reason of the prosperitj of the reign of Ua 

{Domnall* Mac Gilla-Patraic,lcingof088ory ; Maghnus 
Ua Canannain, UÍngof Cenel-Conaill and Qilla-Crisd Un 
Mael-Brenaind, chief of Clann-Conchobuír and Ma[c] 
Crailh Ua Concobuir, Iting of Ciarraide-Luachra,^ died.) 

Ealends of Jan. on 7lh feria, 2(5th of the tnoon, a.d. 
1166. Domnall' Mao GiUa-Mocholmoic waa killed by 
the Lagenians themselves. — Cucuach Mac GiUa-espuio 
waa kUled by Donnsleihhe, grandeon of Eocbaidh* [Ua 
Eochadha].— Aedh Ua MaelfahhaiU, king of Carraic- 
Bracaidhe, was fcilled by Muircertach Ua Lochlainn in 
treacbery. — Ard-Macha was bumed tbe day of the feast of 
[St.]Senan' and Wednesdajin theincÍdeace*oftbeday of 


(SL) Brrtmim (of ClonreTt, cou 

1186. ' DoiBBnn,— Hi« HBme Íb 
lutintlie i^&ealugr^L. L. 337d) 
of tbe klDgB of tbe TJi-Dunchadha 
[a aept tbftl iutiabiteil the portion 
of Dublin countj througb whicli 
flows the Dodder). Ho was fourlh 
in deacent fram the eponjmous 
hw^ Gilli-HocbolmoÍD [áerotee n/ 
iMoeholmae — my </oíwg Colum — 

of Tcn-jgltts, oo. Tippecarj, whose 
feast waa Dec. !3). In the pedi- 
greo giíen bj O'DonovBn (F. M. 
ii. 816), iaeeit '-boq of CeltMh" 
(L. L. I<K. eit.) before "aon of 

" &iAaírfA.— Died 1051, tupra. 

■íenoii.— Of any of Ihe known 
MÍnU of tbia name, no feaiit fell on 
Wedneadav, Miiy 11. in thU yeat. 
Sinaa tnay perhsps bu a, aoríbul 


aMwala ulcroli. 

la peile 86na[i]n 7'' Cerain a\í ai lain fefcmaine 7 
ocT:ma^*' uara'D ap aí aeffa efci*: iT)on, o cfioif Choluim- 
cille, na t)i ffieié co cfioif efpuic Co^ain 7 o 
cjioif erpuic Bo^ain in T)-apa fpeié co C|ioif vo- 
puip Uaua 7 in Uaié uile co n-a cemplaiB, — 
cenmoía peclep poil 7 per;aifi 7 uara t)0 cai^iB ajicena — 
7 fpeié pfii Rair ani'afi, — loon, o ca c]ioif 8ecnaill co 
cfiopa bpi§Tn, accma5 becc — Cenannuf 7 Lu^ma^^ 7 
lníp-cain-T)e5a 7 celta ímT)a aile cpemaca^e] funx:. — 
Gc T)ai]ie Coluim-cille ex niaiope pa|iue cpemaca e\% 
7 in T)ubpeiclef t)0 lopcaT) : quoT) non auT^icum epc ab 
anciquip T^empopibup. — Ocup CCpT)T)-mbó vo loi^ca5 
Ruai-Bpi, mac Tllic- Canaí 7 o mac ^^lle-lHuipe liUi 
ITIonpai^ 7 o Cpot;pai§iC. — eocai'D íTlac T)uinnrLei6e vo 
•balla'D la TTIuipcepT^ac hUa tocLainn, cap pLanacup 
Comapba par^paic 7 bacLa 1|Y" 7 T)onnca'Da hlli 
CepBaiLL, iT)on, aipT)fii C€ipj;iaLL. — SLuajaft La Tluai'5pi 
hlla Concobaip 1 TTli'De, co po^aiB bpai§T:i ^ep TTlí'Be. 
CCpi^i'be co hCté-cLicrc, co po^aiB bpaisci 5«^''' 7 m^c 
TTlupco&a 7 Lai§cn uiLe. CCfp^'be co T)poccrc-ara T)ocum 
CCip^iaLL, coraini^TJonncaD hl1aCepbaiLL,pi OCipgiaLL, 
B 52d 1 n-a éec 7 co T;ap|au bpai^ci vó 7 co n-T)ecai'5 fLan 
lap fin T)ia €1^, lap n-innapba^-D] T^iapmacaTTIic TTlup- 
ca'5a, pi^Laisen, T)ap muip. — 8Lua§a'5LaT)onnca'5 hlla 

' — bux), A. -ic, A. ^lTloixiuii (by metathesU) B. *» .uiii., MS. (A) 

error for Senach (of Loch Ernc), 
whose fcstival correspondcd with 
the textual solar and lunar criteria. 
The Buint'd name and the data 
relative to tho day are all omittcd 
by thc Four Masters. 

* In the ina'ilence. — Literally, on 
the unit (particular day). 

^ Bishop Eogan. — Patron of Ard- 
straw (Ard-sratha)f co. Tyrone. He 

ia probably the ton of Erc whom 
Tircchun mentions a.s consecrated 
by St. PatricU. Et venit in Aidd- 
Rratho et Mucc Ercae episcopom 
ordinavit (Book of Armagh, fol. 

^ SechmU.—SeQ A. D. 410, note 
1 ; A.D. 447, note 3, 8t.pra. 

' Blinded. — The same is statedin 
tho Ulidian reguallíst (L. L. ild'^ ; 



the week and the Sth lunEir day in the incidenco* of the age 
of the moon : that is, from tho Cross of Colum-ciUo, the 
two streols to the Cross of Bishop Eognn* and from tho 
CroBS of Bishop Eogan one of the two etreets, up to the 
Cross of tho door of the Close aiid all the Close with its 
cbarche» — exccpt the monasteryof[SS.]Pauland Peter and 
afewof thehousBabcsides — and a street towards the Close 
to the wcst, — namely, from tbe Cross of [St.] Sccbnall^ to 
the Crosses of [St.] Brigit [was burned], escept a little. — 
Cenannua and Lugbmagh and Inis-caia of [St.] Daig and 
inany other churches were buraed. — Dairo of Colum-cille 
Tras burned for the greater part and tbe Penit«nttaiy was 
burned, — a thing unhcard of from ancient tiraea. — And 
Ard-bo was buriied by lluiiidhri, son of Mac Canai and by 
thc Bon of GÍlIa-Miiire Ua Monrai and by the Crotraighi. 
— Eocbaidh Mac Duinnslcibhe [Ua Eocbadha] wasblinded^ 
by Muircortauh Ua LochlaÍDU, ia violation of the pro- 
tection of tho successor of Patrick and of the Staff of Jesus 
and of Donnchadb Ua Cerbaill, namelv, the arch-king of 
Airgialla. — A hosting by Euaidhri Ua Concobair into 
Meatb, so that he rcceived tbe pledgcs of the Men of 
Meath. From this, [he marchea] to Ath-cliath, eo tbat 
he received tbe pledges of the Foroigners and of Mae 
Murchadba and of all Leinstcr. From thia, to DrochaÍt- 
atha, to the Airgialla, so that Donnchaiih Ua Ccrbaill, king 
of Airgialla, came into bis bouse and gave pledges to him. 
And he went safe to bis houso aflcr that, after expclHng* 
Diarmait Mac Murchadba, king of Leinster, over Bca. — 
A hosting by Donnchadh Ua Cerbaili, with the Airghialla 

aeaordmg to whioli Eoobaidli (hsv- 
ing become mcApaaitut«d to leign) 
waa aacceeded by Lin biuther, 

'ExpdUng. — llie <iato of Slac 
Munoogh't expuLúou U fixed by a 

coutpmporaneous mxr^inBl nota in 
the Book of Leinster (2T5, marg. 

[CC] nitiijii, ij" mop, in giiim 

(iTor, [1] halaitin CCu5Ui]x) : 

cmMcrLQ: uLócDti. 

Cepbaill co n-CCipsiiiLUiifi 7 co n-Uitli]-()piiiin 7C 
maicmB hi Trip-n-eo5«iii T)'iniiT>aiK''o Iilli LoL-Lainn cpm 
epniL CeniuiL-eosoin* pein.Oji cpeco'D doiC hUi* toC- 
lainn, aipTipi^ fipenn. Co rniiiic rim co "Dpeim uaí(r& -00 
CeneoL-eosmn t;oiLca-o[i]5 tio íabaipc ammuii' ■poppu 1 
p-o-O-n-eccaíi. Ocup cm lacpée. T>ocpeicfic eipm- Co 
copcaip onn tlluipeepcac (mac' tleilL') bUa LacLatnn. 
aipTtpis epenn, 7 pob' é CCuEupc lupcmp 'Cuaij'ce[i]pc 
eoppa uiLe, «p ssnatn 7 saipce'fi. Ociip pomapboí 
tiara'6 tio CeneL-Cosatn ann, i-oon, cpt ptp Tiéc- TTlip- 
baiL niop7 ppc aiVipa T)0pi§ne'b annpin : iT)on, pi epenn 
Tio cuicim cen caí, cen cLiacoíi, lap fapu^u-o tió Com- 
apba pacpaic 7 bncLu Ipu 7 Comapba CoLuim-ctLLe 7 
8opceLa[t] niapcaiii 7 cLéipec ínn)a aiLe. lluca-o cpa a 
Eopp co httpTi-ITl aca 7 pohofinacc ani), cap papusu-o 
Comapba | CoLuim-ciLLe co n-a pomufi 7 pocpaij'c 
buTtéin Colum-ciLLe tmo 7 coipec macLeismTt' *Oaipe im 
a bpeic T>V peiLic. — "Oiapmaic Tllac TTIupCatn, coipec 
TT)uinncepi-bipn, a puip ppacpibup tnceppecctip [epc]. 
— SLua^a^ La TtuaiTipi hUa Concobaip 7 la TiftepTian 
hUa Huaipc co hCj'-puai'fi, co cangacup CeneL-ConatLL 
r n-a cec," co capTtrac a m-bpaisci tio hUa' Concobaipi, 
co capac* occ vicciu bó "ooiíí, 1 n-eematp oip 7 ecat^. 

'Cei!et-n-6c) — .A. »0, A. ' — inn, A. ■capn, B.— "^*!!!., Uh., A ; om.^ 
r, C, * Di— ín, B ; wiih itbicli C ■nrees. •- 1 cec hUi Choiifobniii,— íntó 
Mí íuu" 0/ Ua CnneMolmlr, B. C ia ÍB «greoment '' om., B, C. The -00 
«bich imredes hlla ia the Itxt ia «inseqQGiitlf .«coording to B uidC, lu 
Uiuulitcil lo AÍJn (l'n CoDchotHiÍr) ; not, (i (Un CoDfhobair). 

iTOm.'Dictpniaic, mnc 'Oon'Dc[n6]a 
inicTHupf(r6a,n,i I^asen 7 SqU. 
tMiinnnnbaíil tiq Chepoib lieiienTi 
TiQii Tnuip. Uc ! Uc ! a ChoiTnoiu, 

{O] Mary, gr»at i« the deed that 
hu been done in Ireland lo-da; 

(namelf, [on UQndsjl) the S 

[Ist] of August) : to wit, D 
kin^ of tho LD)n>nJans Mi 
10 expoUed by tl 
Ireland. Alaa '. alag ! O QoÍ, 1 


asd with the TJi-Briuin nnd tlie Conmaicni,ínto Tir-Eogain, 
to attack Ua Lochlainn, by direction of the Cenel-Eogain 
themselves, in coiisequence of Ua Lochlainn, arch-king of 
Ireland, being abtmdoned by them. So that [Ua Loch- 
lainn] came, with a sraall party of the Cencl-Eogain of 
Telach-og, to deliver an asaault upon them at FÍdh-O-n- 
Echtflch. And evon those very nien, tbey abandoncd him. 
So there feil in that place iluircertach (aon of Niall) Ua 
Lachlainn, arcb-fcing of Irelaad. And hc was thí3 
AugustUB of all the North-West of Europe for valour and 
cbampionship, And a few of Cenel-Eogain were kil]ed 
there, namely, thirteen men. A great marvel and won- 
derful deed was donc thou : fo wit, the king of Ireland to 
fall without battle, without contest, after his diahonouring 
the Buccessor of I'atrick aud tbe Staif of Jesus and the 
successor of Colum-cille and the Gospel' of Martin and 
many clergy beaiden [by blinding Mac Duíimsleibbe Ua 
EocbadhaJ. Howbcit, Lis body was carried to Ard- 
Macha and buriod thcre, in dishonour of the successor 
of Colum-cilln with hia Community and CoIum-eÍlle 
himself"' and the head of the Btudenta of Dairo 
faated'" regarding it, — [or hiabeingearried to [Cbristian] 
burial." — Diarmait Mac Murchadha, chief of Muinnter- 
Bim, was slain by bÍB kinamea. — A hosting by Ruaidhri 
Ua Conchobair and by Tigcman Ua Ruairc to Eaa- 
ruadh, bo that thc Cenel-ConoiU came into his houae 
[and] gave their pledges to Ua Conchobair [and] he gavo 
them eight score cows, bcsides gold and clothing. 

• (Joípeío/ Jforíiri.— Tmditionallj 
belisTed to hsve belonged to St. 
Hartin of Tohtb. {Ailainnan, p. 
32(, sq.) 

"> flÍBUf//'/ojíírf.— That ÍB, ÍD Uie 
n of hia aucceuor, thu abbot 

of Derrjr. 0. has ; " KolDm Eille 
himself fasted;" not, "tho Coarb 
oí Colom KÍl]o," efc, aa O'Dono- 
van(F.M. ii. UCl) read-. 
" To íufiíií.— Literallj, ío h'i 


ccM«aJxc oLoroli. 

(aiuaiSe*' la Ruaiípi hU(t ConCobctip 7 la T)iaiinicil 
hUa triail-[Sh]ecLaiiin 7 la risepnun hUa Rumd 
ill-aipiiB, 1 ii-0]iiaipt!, hi mumain, co TOnsoDtJ 
pigfiai'S l,eÉi TnoEauile hi cecTluai'fiiii hUi ConCobflii 
co popi^roc he. — TjiLUt TTlac reiMen, comapbCT 
bpenaniT» Cliiana-peapca, quieuic' — Coipp'oelhac'' hUa 
bpiain pepiauic icenuin, CCnno T)oinini llHtí.''— Ho,' co- 
maTj ap m JCalainn y\ cif cic mapboo tTluiiwepcaiJ'í 

\CaL lan. 1. p, l. uii-, CCnno "Oomini TT1.° c." Ix.' i»| 
niuipcepcac, mac Lasmaimi' hUi 'Ouiti'oipmM, 
popTipoma. cuip aipecoip "Cuoipce^ilpc epenn miIp,* 
mapba'o 1 meBaiL Lo "Donncu-D hUatJuibTíipma^lapá 
bp6cai§* vop Lop TDinsi-biLe 7 Tia moc riS -00 ma|ib(a 
ap namúpac 7 moc 'oo ■ooLLu'O.— Sluopafe Lo R,iiai^ 
hUa ConcoBaip 00 maiciB epenn uime co hCCp-D-mítCbfi 
CCvP'^e co belac-spene 7 api'fie co pepnac-na-mebla? 
copocinoLpocCeneL-n-eo^ain im UiaLL TTlacLocLaiiin ) 
spinne caca, t)o caboipc ammuip Lonspuipc pop pepoi 
Cpenn. Hocaipmeix: cpo Ttio yé\n, cpio bennai 
pacpaic 7 cpio pac Uuai^pi hUi Concobaip 7 pep J 
epenn apceiia, co poia'fii'ac CeneL-n -80501 n im Tniilfl 
j-aiLeí ippicc na rluas. co n-Tiecai'b caí 1 n-áp a £eí 
annpin, uenmofoc ■ooine tjo mapba'5. Co pocpmLlfí 
nu fLuaig lap v'" im hUa^ Concobaip^ ■ouL" -00 innpe'ftf 
Lopcuft Tipe-eosoi n, co canga'Dup ■Dpem -00 Chenel- 

"n.i.b..A; n... B. C. 1,1, 60d, f. m.. n.t. h,, A ; om. 
r. ra., oppofliw iht Sluagtrt cnlrr, t. h., A; tim., B, C. 

1111, B. *--li, B. 'lnjTOi, B. <in- 

— buip, A. *t)ot, B. 

'" A hotli»!/, rte. — Fonnd in *ub- 
atBnce in tbe A mtBli q/ Boi/le. 

"Gilla Slte Aililfn, itr.—Qiven 
aiaa In tlie Four Moiieri. Tlio 
AnniiU 0/ IvniifalleH add the but- 
nxtae, Ua MtBichaáha Wii tmAt^B 

I pliicf. Tbe patronjiniu (see 1I19!>, 
note 1, (uprn) leavcc littla doubt 
thsl the Bee in queslion waa Anl- 
£en, not ClunlBrt. 

" Toirrátlbath. rtc— Tlii» it 
oontiuiied in the AimaU nfB' 



1 (A hosting" by Ruaidhri Un ConchobaÍr and by Díar- 
inait t7a Mail[-SIi]ocli!aiiin and by TigeroBn TJa Ruairc 
into LeÍnster. [and] into Oa3ory [and] into MuDBter, bo 
that the kinga of all the Half of Mogh cnmo into the 
house of Ruaidhri Ua Conchobair [and] made him [arch-] 
king. — Gilla Ma[i]c Aiblen'^ successor oí [St.] Bronand of 
Cluain-fearta, rested.— Toirrdelbach^* [Ua Briain] reigned 
agoin, A.D. 1166. — Or it may be on this year below [next 
year] the killing of Muircertach [Ua Lochlainn] occurs.) 

Ealends of Jan. on Ist feria, 7th of the moon, a.d. i 
1167. Muircertiich, eon of Lagmand Ua Utiibhdirma, 
king of Fordruim, tower of principality of all Iho North 
of Ireland, was killcd in troachery by Uonnchadh Ua 
Dnibdirma and by fhe Bretach in the centre of Magh- 
bile and two aons of his wcre killed on the morrow and a 
son was blinded. — A hosting by Iluaidhri Ua Concobair 
with tho nohles of Ireland nbout him to Ard-Mucha. 
From this [thcy marchcd] t« Bclach-grene and froni this 
to Fernach-na-mebhla, imtil the Cenel-Eogaiu coUectcd a 
fighting force around Niall Mac Lochlaínn, to deliver a 
camp attack upon the men of Ireland. Ilowboit, God 
prevented that, through the benediction of Patriclc and 
tbrough the felicity of Ruaidhri Ua Concobair and of the 
Men of Ircland lifcewise. For [/;/, so that] the Coael- 
EogaÍn closed around a sallow hrako that appcared Ukc' the 
[opposingj forces, so that each [of them] proceeded to 
slaughter tho other there, except that persona were not 
killed. So the hosts aft«r that proceeded under Ua 
Conchobuir to go to pillage and buru Tir-Eogain, until some 

1167. * Ihat apptaná iike. — Idte- 
nllj, M ftu appiaraim (of). Tho 
tnuidator of C. miatooli tLe mean- 
ing : " For Ejudred Owen strajod 

into tt gTOTB of wÍUuwea and, 
tbmking it was the cunp, ItM upon 
it ani killed eome of themaelTcii." 


eosam i n-a fec 7 co ii-Tiaptipan bpai§ci -00 /"OOI 
■DecoTiap lap riii, a\\ t:ut; pep-lTlanciG 7 -oo erx-Tti'ai'í 
fniflan ■D\a ci§.— tnaeL-Tnicer TTlac 'Ooiceía[i]n 
tiaralvacoiic? peplcisinn 1 n-CCin)-TTlaca, i-uain uicam 
pebciceTvpiniuic'' — muipe'Dac TTlac Canai -00 ma^ba:& 
DO macait) Tlleic tocLainn i n-éinec pocpoic 7 boElu 
Ti-u, lap n-a epail 'om bpaicpiB íein. 

(Uacu' TiUa Concenaim), pi hUa-n-'Oiapmaca, 
cLeTi[i]cucu mopicuji.— "Oiapmaic ITlac TTlu]ica-&a ' 
cuiTiecc ccrp muip in bLiaítaiii v'- — 'Coipp-DeLBac htlJ 
binam -00 «5 111 bliofiain p.°) 

]Cal. lan. n. p, t x- uiii., ÍCnno 'Oomini TTl." c." Lx." Uiid 
TTIuiiicepcut:, mac tx>ipp-t>6lbai§ hUi bpiuin, pi "Oailf 
Caip, -00 mupbu^ ic *Dun-na- | pciaíi xio mac rilupGtd 
TTtic Capraig, pí *Oep-TTlumun. Romapba'D i» íer 
macmic ConcoGaip i^ n-a^ 'Ci§aiLLa "Oiapniaicpm)? Va 
hUapaeLa[i]n 7 pecc' meic pig co n-a muinncepaiíf. — 
piannacan hUu "OuBcuiC, epi'cop nu 'Cuac (Sil-'' 
TTluiiwDas*), i'ui ecnai 7 i>encaip Taprmp 6p6nn 
uiLe, 1 Cunpu ic aiLicpi moi-cutujp eix. — SLuagtrfi 
La Tluaiípi bUa Concobiiip co hCCc-Luain. co cáinic 
Ua 5'l-''""P'3''n°"*í' !*■' On^aisi I n-a tec" 7 
capuic ceicpr bpaigci -00 annpein' 7 popLeic a ■pluc^ 
péimo Tiup CCc-cpoca ipm TTlumain 7 pe jiéin T)ap C 
tuain 1 TTla^-Léna i conne pep n-Spenn : co pangoDUp 
Mm.,B. CWlowiA. tl'om.,B, C "n. l. h.. A, om, B. C. 

A.D. 1108. '■OaUB 
' .uii., A, B. " itl., 

a (aphacrulsola), B, 'ce^ A. 
A; om., B, C. • -iin, A,B. 

'/n rtpuralunt, elc. — ThÍBportian 
ÍB omjtted by tbe Vaia 'SÍaeteTt. 
The offeuoe ú not atated iu anjr 
autliority U)OeBaible to me. Vot 
the vcadetta, aee the fint item of 

' A clfTÍe, — In Cli 
aacordtng to the Pour Mailer. 
give the thi»B itemn. The 
ÍB fouudin the Annii» efhiiB 
the third, itt the Amii» t^BafUd 



oi the Cenel-Eogain came into hia house and gave hoatagcB f 1 1^7] 
lo him. And they went after thiit. through the length of 
Fir-Manach and to EBs-ruadh, Bafo to their honie[s]. — Mael- 
Michcl Muc Doithecbain, emiaent príest and lector in 
Ard-Maeha, fclicitouelv finished his life.— Muiredhach 
Mac Caoai waa killcd by the sons of Mac Lochluinn Ín 
reparation^ to Patriotc und tho Staff of JeBUs, by direetioa 
of hÍB own kinsraen. 

(Uatu Ua Conchenaiod, king of Ui-DÍanuata, dioB 
u cleric^ — Diarmait Mac Murchadha came from over sea* 
this year.— Toirrdelbach^ Ua Briain died ihis ycar.) 

Kalend9 of Jan. on 2iid feria, 18th of the moon, A.i). [IIGSBíb.] 
1168. Muircertach, aoii of Toirrdelbach Uu Briaiu, ktng 
of Dul-Cais, was killed at Dun-na-sciath bj' the son^ of 
Murchudh MacCarthaigh,kingof Desmond. Thegrandson 
of Conchobar[Ua BriaÍn] waa killed immediatolyin revenge 
of him by Diarmuit the Fair and by Ua Faeluin and seven 
sons of kÍngB with thoir retiuues [wero killed]. — Flan- 
nacanUaDubhtaichjbishopoí the Tuuthu (Sil-Muiredaigh) 
[Elphin], the master of wiadom and hÍ8tory in [///., of] all 
the West of Ireland, died in pilgrimage at Cunga. — A 
hosting by Ruaidhrí Ua Concobuir to Ath-luain, so that 
Ua [^rec/e, Mac] Gilla-Patruic, king of OsBory, came into 
hÍ8 housc and gave four hostages to him on the occasion. 
And he sent his hosts forward, past Ath-crodha, iuto 
Muoster and himself [went] puat Ath-luain Ínto Magh- 

GiialduB Cambreusis {Eip. Sib. 
L 2), he iiiul gone to H(iury II. 
(wbo was in Aquitane) aud pro- 
cured letters patcot úi hia fnvour. 
He theu retnnied to Englatid, 
obtAÍaed promisea of nid from 
Robert Fitz Ste|iÍiBn and Matirioe 
Fitz Qenild. saited from Briatol 
about Auguat 1, and spent tbe 
winter in cDnaeAlmaDt «t FernB. 

" Toirrdtliae/i.—la Ihe Anuals e/ 
Boí/le ho U caHed liÍDy of tbe Half 
of Moi/h (the Houtbem moietj of 

116B. 'Soii of Murchadh Jíac 
Cnríhiigh.—ThM (wbiub ialikewiie 
tbo reading of C. ) muat be xa error. 
The ÁanaU o/ InnUfallai, an 
&Lithoritj Dot Iikel7 to err oo a 
matter of tbc kind, atate Uiat ths 


coiiíal.a: ularoti. 

co ^pein-cliaf;. co cmiiic tTloc Capcai| i ti-a^fi? 
capaic roi" Tn-bjim^ tió aiini'ein'7 co ponoitine^ íí 
niuma 1 Ti-T)ó ecepmacCopinaicj'DoiTinatLhllcibíiiaiTi 
7 co iiuca'6 ■oa vcic' Tec bó po cpt.i n-oiTiecLann ITIuip- 
cepcaic hUi bpiain, jrop •Der-THuinain. Co poimtt 
hlla Concobaip vm va^. — "Oonncoró btla Cepbai 
aipT)pi* OCippaU, -DO lecpafi tjo cuaij giUai [tJpicolJ 
■DÓ ■péin, i-Don, 11« "Duibne tmj CeniuL'-eogain 7 in pí J 
inérca 7 a óc 'oé. 

{maiTim' CCca-in-comaip ■pop CCpc hUaTnaiL-8lM 
lainn^vopCítpfiiipnii'De, "Ouipiinaicll mmL-e 
7 lafpjfap niiíie i'iccopepi:''sp'í'>^~ln pUa Leiéc^ 
tnon. hUa Concobaip Copcumpuofc, occipuf epc.') 

]Cul. lan.iiii.°F-,L. aaiia?, CCnno'Oomini m.° c." Lx.°1 
"OaTÍiLiac Cianna[i]n no Lopcofe. — ^T)iapmaic hUa m«B 
8ecLainn, pí mi'be, "do tnapbafi no mac a bpacap, v 
■Do *OomnaLL bpegao 7110 "OonnCaíi CeinnpeLaS htí 
CeaLlui^, — Ipiii bLiffoain cécna Dopac Iluai'&pi htí 
Concobaip, pi' Gpenn, Tieic m-bíi ceía' bLiaína uafi pói" 
7 cac* pig 1 n-a ■feegai'íi co bpac t>o vepLeiginn CCipiJ- 
maca, 1 n-onoip pacpaic, ap Leigtnn no ■Benarii -00 
macaiíLei^innepenn 7 CCLban. 
A. '—1115, A. *— neol, A, "' ,11,, A, B. * om,, A, C. ' 

Driginil iirribe, 

U lelt b; th 

elajer wa« Oancbobar, graiidMiti of 
ConohobarXJaBriain. ThiiiHgTeeB 
áUo with tbe Dext ass^rbioQ oS tbe 
present ootrj. 

' Wíííií.— LiteraUr, aná. Tho 
alteroation vaa pcovohed bj tbo 
Idng wbea intoxicated. 

'i>íed.— Not íiumediatGlj. Ao- 
cording to the entry in tbe Four 
HaBtera, O'Carroll died "after 

Tictorjr ot U&otiotl Bnd pensnoe 
aud ■ftei' granting tbree bnndred 
ounoes oí gold for Ioto ot tbe Lord 
to olericg and to ohurcheB." Bi» 
dealb ÍB given in tha AnHati e/ 
InnisfaUeH under the folloiring 

TbÍB, moat lilielr, i« the tiii« data. 
Fni according to a eulogiatic 1 
in the Antiphonari/ nf Arm^h, Í 


Iiena, to meef the Men of Ireland, untll they reacted 
Grian-cIÍach, ao that Mac CarthaÍgh catne into his 
hottse and gave nine hostagcs to him ori the occaaion. 
And Miinater was divided in two, betweeu the aooa of 
Connac [Mac Carthaigh] and Domnall Ua Briain 
and thrico twelve acore oows were levied upon 
MuQBter in honour 6ne [of thc killing] of Mnircertach 
Ua EriaÍn. So TJa Conchobair retumed to hia house. — 
Donnchadh Ua Cerbaill, arch-king of Airgialla, was 
niangled with the [battle-]axe of a aerving gillíe of his 
own, namely, Ua Duibhne of Cenel-Eogain, whilat \lii., and] 
the king [was] drunk and he died* thereof. 

(The defeat* of Ath-in-chomair [waa inflicted] upon Art 
Ua Mail-Sechlainn and the "West of Meath were victora, 
— "The Half-red[-faced]* Gillie," iiamely, Ua Concobair 
of Corcumruadh, waa alain.) 

Ealends of Jan. on 4th feria, 29th of thc moon, a.d, 
IIGC. Damhliac of [St.] Ciaunan was burued. — Diarnmtt 
Ua Mael-Scchlainn, king of Meath, waa killed hy tho aou of 
hÍ8 brother, naraoly, by Domnall of Bregha' and by 
Dounchadh Ceinnselnch Ua Ceallaigh. — In the sarae year, 
líuaidhrí Ua Concobair, king of Ireland. gave^ ten cows 

diediall70,B.l.l.,T.C.D.: tlie— 
iBft-bnnd— iMíge <i]ipo9Íte the open- 
ingof tlie Cttluniinr; the luni-floliir 
CTÍItTÍa o£ the year bxo given. Seo 
Petrie, Ro<md Tuioe™, p. 391, 
whero for ainueti)- tlie MS. boa 
coiiueilf — lay-Írot/íers (not, "con- 

*7%t ifc/en(, íle.— ThÍB itera ÍB 
^Teu in Hnbflt&aee ln Iho Au»/íU 
of BoyU, itndniareeirciunstautiiilly 
in the Four Maittj,. Tbe other 
entrj Ís gÍTcn in both and in iho 
Anttaitof InaiifalUn. 

' aal/-n^-factá~\.-Ci. tlia /■>«>( 

o/ Bricria (L, U. lOfia, U. S4-5)i 
Drceh Ulhders. hl/nji/iHr laii'— 
counteuaDoe holf-red, halt white 
bad be [lil,. with bim]. 

llfiO. 'DtimBoíí o/ SrfgAa.— 
•' Douell BregSBh (id est, liar}" ! C. 
But Brri/ach liere ÍB not from brrg, 
a. lif, bul from Brer/, (tbe plaiu of) 
BrogiB, tho eastem portion of 
Meuth; from hnTÍngbeen foatercd 
in which DomnaLI wae bo cnlled. 

''Oat'e. — ThÍB GQdowiueat ahown 
that O'Conor claimed to be BDpreme 
king ot IroUud. 

(^ejicaip fiUa 1110110111, cofec CLaini)i-tlacaí, 
tnopcuuf etr. — Loiiise]- Tlobern) Tnic Scefniii tjo íiaEcínii 
1 r-epinn, hi TXjpigin TDic mupcff5a. — RaEnall hlla 
tnailmia-Baig,raip6c inuinncini-1ieol.aii%moiicuiif efc. 
— CongalaE hlla t^maLcais, irepLeigim) CLuana-mac- 
Hoij* 7 uai'aLjxiccapc, qmeuic") 

lCaL. lan- u\ -p., U x"., CCnno "Oonnni m.* c." Ixx-' 
ConcoCap, inao muipcepcois hUi l,oíLainn, pi CeneoiL- 
eo^ain 7piT)onina epenn uiLe, 1)0 niapba'5 -no CCefi bic 
mac Canae^7Tio- llib^-Capaca[i]n, "Diu-Sacaipn 
ap Lap t;pin moip 1 n-CCpT)-maca.— | 'Oonncaíi 
feaLaC hUaCeaLLaiJ -00 mapba'& t>o Lm^niC, 

(SLuai^e'D'' La lluai'Spi hUa Concobaip 7 la 
SeucLainn 7 La T^igepnan liUa Uuaipc 7 la mupca-b tiUa 
CepBuiLL cu hCCí-cLiaí 1 n-aipip coca'oomncmupca&u 
7 ■oo'ii'ft lapla. )n can cpa poíUTjap ap 1 n-aigéi ic 
[í?]ipnai'bi in tuca, nucuppaépeisi'ec nucupaccauap in 
■oun cpe íeini'b, iDon, ceni ■&! aicc. Hot'oi Tiono lup fon 
hUa Concubaip, lappemiuícaca-oocabaipc'Do. Rocuaií 
lap pém muc mupCoía mn-CCc-cLiur, lap caBaipc 
bpeicjit -00 ^'"•^'■"i^ ff^tí'CLioc "60. OcuppoveciLL pop 
« Bpeif ip 7 pomapbab ■Duine m'ba ann 7 potnnapb na 
SalLu.- — Opaiétie mic tTlupcata, iDon, am[h]ac vem 7 
maca m[h]ic,ioon,muc ■Oothnaill Chuemanaib 7niaca 
,., a. t. h.. A ; om, 13, C. 

A.D. 1170. 'Caiia,B. *''DUib=TioUib, B. " o. t. b., B blimk nu Idft 
by tbe flnt giribe, A. ''''Glc, I. ai.;SId, t. m. , □. t. h., with. correapmiduig 
marka on tlie marpn at end uf the ÍEcli- cliocll item »ftd preaied lo 
llio added aulrj, Ai om., B, C. 

s Smdenli.—" SíaUera," C. ; not, 
" etrollacB [i.e. poor ícholars]," aa 
in O'DoQOTim (F. M. ii. Il7t). 

* ífrcírtír, líc. — AU theae cutrieii 
are given by the Ftnir ilattrni. 
The ttro flrat ue íoutid in the 
Anitali fífBoi/h. 

'Fitt Siejihen. — See Gi]b«n'a 
Fitui-oi/i of Iriland, p. 12 sq. 
CiuubrvDsis (£ip. Oih. i. 3), stBte* 
tbst he ■rrived with 390 men in 
thrcu shipa, Unijipg at I 
about Mb/ 1. 
1170.' ffai killeá.—SMi tl 



every year from himself and from eYcry liing after him 
to doom to the lector of Ard-Mactia, íq hoDOur of [St] 
Patrick, to give lectures to atudents^ of Ireland and 

ÍFerchaÍr* Ua Niallain, chief of the Clann-iratach, died. 
— The fleet of Robert Fitz Stephen*cameto Ireland in aid of 
Mac Murchadha. — Rognall Ua Mailmiadhaigh, chief of 
Muinnter-Eolais, died. — Conghalach Ua Tomaltaigh, 
lector of Cluain-mac-Nois aiid eminent priest, dicd.) 

£alends of Jan. on !jth fcria, lOth of tho moon, a.d. 
1170. CoDcobhar, aon of Muircertach Ua Lochlainu, 
king of Cenel-EogaÍD, rojal heir of all Irelund, was kiUed^ 
by Aedh Mae Cana the Littlo and hy the Ui-Caraca[i]n, 
Riater [Uulj-] Saturday [April 4], in the centre of the 
GreatThird in Ard-Macha.— Donnchadh Ceinnselach Ua 
Cellaigh was killed by the Leinstermen. 

(A bosting^ by EuaidhrÍ Ua Conchobair and by Mael- 
SechlaÍDD aiid by Tigcrnan Ua Iluairc and hy Murchadh 
Ua Cerbuill to Ath-cliath to give battle to Mac Mur- 
chadha and to the Earl.^ When, however, they were i'ace 
to face preparing for tho battle, thcy noticed no[thing] 
iintQ they saw the fort on fire, tbat Ís, [by] fire of lightning. 
Howbeit, after that Ua Conchuhair turned back, after 
refuaal of battle was offered to him. Tbereafter, Mac 
Marchadha went Ínto Ath-cliath, after giving bis word to 
the Foreigners of Ath-cliutb. Aud he failed upon hia 
word and many persons werc Itilled there and he expelled 
the Foreigners. The hostages of Mac Muvchadha, 
Damely, his own sod* aod his grandaon, that ie, the son of 

(origiiuil) entrj ondei 1167 

*A ÍMlimg, edi.— Tbis hortiiig 
ocoturad prior to the aecond oapture 
ot Dublin, the oliief item in the 
fDllowÍDg £0(17. The Bequenee 

ÍQteDÍed (toxtuul note b-b) by Uu 
interpolator ia cunseqa^ntl; eno* 

»Th« AWÍ. — Strougbow. See 
Gilbert, loc. eil. 
*iSiHt.~-Conchobar (Conor), th« 


ccMHata uUroti. 

c[Ii]oTnalrn, tooii, nmc litli CliaeUuiíie, ■oo TiiqiGcr&fl 
Huoi^ixt hlla ConciiCaip, cfie «rlac ■Ciéepnam I 

CCí-cliac -00 inilleS tio "Otiiaitmaic TTtacTnupfd 
■00 CCUmuiicaiB"cuc leip anínp Tto míUiuíi na liepetin 
1* n^ijail a niiiupl>[E]a Tiap muip ap a i»puiin i:Gin 7 
o ihic -00 mapbifD. í^ucva'; 'D0110 op pop 55«l-l-«iR CCco- 
clioé 7 puipc-laip5i 7 cuc6a cpa óip ímTia jMppupi 
"Oo miUcea ■oono Lai5in 7 pip-THi'fie, ecejt ceUA 
coara, teó 7 pojabpac C£c-cliac 7 pupc-laipj;i. 

^nim móp aínpiat tio íenum Wn manac, iTion. ■«> 
CCmluiiii, mac Comopba pinném Tnui§i-bile 7 tmj 
TTla^nur TTlac "Ouinnpleifie, tio pig Utafi, co coiptgiIS 
llta'& 7 co n-ULcoiB apcena, cenanioía TTlael-Ipii, 
epptic 7 51 ^l-""''^*'''"'^"^*"^^ TTIac Copmaic, comopba 
ComjaiU 7 TTlael-ITlapcatn, comapba pinném co n-a 
mutnncepaiB : iDon. Cotmctnol Canonuij Rio^uUa co n-a 
n-ubai-o, noopfiatgTnael-TTIoeTioic hUu Illop5aip. le§aic 
Comapba pecaip, 1 SobaU pacpaic, tio innapba['6] 
afin TTlatntpcip pociimTratgpecap ■péin 7 -do' apcain" co 
letp, ecep libpu 7 ai'íimi, bu 7 Tiínmu, eoíu 7 caipctu 7 
nu builepocinoituc ann o aímrip in Leglaic psmjv 

*Cn.lnnip— , B- * a, A. '■' ai\ •ai^^am — íííy tnm ditjictbá (lit, i 
despoilmg), B: followeil uy C. 

oii!y legilimate son of Mao Mur- 
roQjli. Tlie phonettc fonn íe 
ucouratelj given by CsabrenaiB 
(CfiucAuniin. Eip. JIii. i. 10). 

» DtHniiall Caimanach. — Angli- 
ciíed Eavanogh. He was bo 
called, aGVordiiig to EeBting 
(O'DonoTan, F. JH. ii. 1U3), from 
hnving been foalcred at Cell- 
Caemhain (charch oí St. Caemhan ; 
Rilcavitn, nenr Oorey, oo. Wex- 
ford). He was the illegitimate son 
cf Dennot and eponjmoní liead of 

the Mac Mon-ou^L HavanBgbi. 
(,See CfDonovan, f. .1/. iii., 20.) 

•'.áíÍ.c/iflfA.— OppoHitetliis ivord, 
o^ tbe right mnrgin, in A, there 
ÍB H Latin note which i» parllf 
ciit away, in oonBequence of 
trimming the edges, The ra- 
miiinder is, oicept a few ÍaiJkted 
words, «haUyÍlIegible. Iste[Hac] 
[Mnrlcbad . . filius 
uiorem . . Hitierniae 
ab Hibemia ex[ptil«tu] iu | 
aubaidima ad Hibccniaiii , 

annals op ulsteb. 


DomnaH Caemanaclr'' and the Bon of his foeter-brother, to [1170] 
wit, the son of Ua CacUaidhe, were killed by Ruaidhri 
TJa OoachubliaÍr, through suggestion of Tigernan TJa 

Ath-cliath* was deatvojed by Diarraait Mac Murchadha 
and bv the transmarinc men he brought with hira from 
the east to deatroy Ireland, in revenge for his expulaion 
over sea out of his own land and of the Idlling of hia son. 
Howbeit, thoy inflicted slaughter upon the ForeÍgners of 
Athcliath and Port-!airgi and, on the othor hand, many 
slaogbters were iuflictod upon themaolves, Morcover, 
Ijeinster and the country of Meath, both churchcs and 
territories, were deatroyod by them and they took Ath- 
ch'atb and Port-lairgi. 

A great, unbecoming deed was done by the monk, 
namely, by Amlaimh, son of the successor of [St.] Finnían 
of Magh-bile and by Maghnus Mac Duinnsleibhe fUa 
Eochadha], lcing of Ulidia, along with the chiefs of 
TJIidia nnd with the Ulidians besides, exccpt the bishop, 
Uael-Isu aud Gh'Ua-Domanghairt^ Mac Cormaic, successor 
of [St.] Oomgull and Mael-Martain, successor of [St.} 
FinnÍan, with their communilies ; that Ís, the Congrega- 
tion of Canona Rcgular, with their abbot, whom Mael- 
Moedoic Ua Morgair, Legate of thc aueceasor of [St.] Peter, 
institutod ín Saball of [St.] Patrick, wore expelled out of the 

1 pnmum 

The nieBiiing iras probabl^ m 
tmlMUiice that Mao Uurrough vaa 
expelled from iTelaad for the 
kbdiiatÍon ot 0'Rourku'» wife and 
engaged Fitz Oerald imd Fite 
Stephen to nid him in recoveríng 
hi« lcingdoin. 

The toituftl enti7 dÍBpIsjra 

the events ia aa follovs : (I) Eagc 
Leinster laid vanM; (3) DublÍD 
BubmitB to Man Murrough ; (3) 
Wateríord tnien with great loBs 
of life ; (4) Dablin tafcen, 
fuUnwed by »laughter of tbe 
eitizens ; (S) Meath laid wute ; 
(6) Mac MmTou^h'a Bon (and tbe 
other hostageB) slain bj-. O'Conor. 
' Oilla-DoniaHshaíFl.—See 1068, 

■iderabte oonfnsion. The oiJer of not« S, tapra. 



coiiice r^m, cenmora'c iia ínmji 7 na capai pobacan* 
íinpu iT^nT) uaiji y6\n, cpia fopmcic 7 bai-B coUorfee 
7 i'Oinc onóipi 'Di'j p«in. Uaiti (lOTwcuijir»™!* 
tnanais "Diiocaic-aca é aj'an ab"Daiiie. cpia £mpB 
■nligceCaiC. Uc ! llC! Uc !cna- IMaipg T)op6iiB 7mmp5 
cip' 1 n-Tiepiiaí'' m snini. CCcc ní Becmíi'' cen inneCafe' 
o'n Coim'Dil;; uaip pomapbaic 1 n-oinvecc' o uaiciS 
nathac na coii'is -Dopone 7 posona'fi m p( 7 pomapba^ 
gap bic lapcain co IiaínTreCcnac" ipin baile i n-'oepntffi 
in coriiaipte ainppen fin, iDOii, 1 n-'Oiin. T)ia-Tnaipc 
cpa po'DÍctiipe'D in CoimcínoL *Oia-maipc cpa," 1 cmn 
bliaína, pomapbaic niai€i ULff5 7 posona'b a pi^- "Oia- 
IHaipc, gaipic lapcain, pomapbat é iroin o [a] T)ep- 
bpacaip 1 n-'Oun- — ^"Oiapmaic bUa CCmbpeic,"' pí bUa- 
TTleií 7 coipec mapcpluaisi pi^ (X1I15, ■oo mapba^ -do 
lonsaif cúmic a hlnnpiB-Opcc ipn innp poc»mcai§ff6 
acrt péin pop toc-Ruifie/ iDon, pjp Inip-Uicam,' 

^CaLlan-ui.'p, L axc i.,*'{Xnno"Oommi m." c." Lrx.° u' 
"Oiapmaic m«c mnpca-ba, pi Coici-d tai^en, 
mille'D ceall n-im'oa 7 CTiaí, -do éc 1 Pepna, 
onsa-D, cen Copp Cpipc, cen aicpi^i, cen ciinni 
n-einec Coliiim-ciUe 7 pmnein 7 na naem opceni 
pa ceUa poriiíU — CCpcall, mac 'CojtcaiU, pi 

"bitrnp B. 'Tieo—, A. ' mtipa— , A. »c,iti[vKc (í-om.), A. 
Tísccna, B. "■ CCinveiC, A. — ^ ^ repcntecl without being dílMed, B. 
A. " D. t. li. (frcim Rm-M Ínrlusivc). A. Omifled hj ovGrsíghC, motl lik«l]-. 
A.D. 1171. "n. t.b..Dnb!snliltft h^firatícribt, A, 

* Dnthait-aflm.—T^B raonsrter» 
of Mellifont, near Droehíd» 
(/Jmrfoií-nMa— flnn'pfo/'lAeftrri), 
if intended. The cli&rgcs Bg^st 
AniliLÍmh, abbot of Suul (SabhaU), 
eo. Dawii, «ere inveBtigated in 
that aomiunnitj, villi ibe reeult 
•tated ia the text. 

'For, f(e.— Soe the fifUi enti^ 
under Lhe following jMr. 

"IJellimtd/.—ThAt i», () 
The monlc, Amlaiinb, 
bÍBbop(llT«, in/ra). 

1171. > H'iihout CTwfwa, I 
In tbe List in L.L. (p.SBd), «| 
other band, bc is iBÍd 



monastery they tbcmselvpa built and wero dcBpoiled com- ■ 
pletely, both of booka and fumiture, cowb aud persons, 
borses and ehocp and all tfiínga they hud coUected therein 
from tbe time of the Legato aforesaid to then, eave thc 

tunica and tlie capea which wero upon thcm at that hour, 

through carnal jealouBy and self-lova and deaire of honour 
for himself . For tbe monlía of Droohait-atha^ deposed hiin 
fromtheabbacy[ofSaball]forjustcausea. Alaa! alua! alasl 
in sootb, Woe who did and woe the country wherein was 
done the deed. But it went not without vcngcanco from 
l.he Lord ; for' thc cbiefs who did it were killcd at ono and 
the samc time by a few enemies and the king was woundcd 
and killed unhappily a little whilc afler, in tho placo 
in Dun. Kow, on Tueeda^ the Congregation was expelled ; 
on Tueaday, at the cnd of a ycar, the noblea of Ulidia were 
killed and the king was wouuded ; on Tueaday, a little 
after, he himself"' was kil!ed by his brother in Dun. — 
Diarmait Ua Ainbíbeith, king of Ui-Meith and leaderof the 
horee-host of the king of Ailoch, was killed by a fleet that 
came from the Islands of Orcc to tbe Island that was 
built by himaelf upon Loch-Huidhe, camcly, upon Inis- 

Ealends oí Jan. on 6th feria, 21st of the moon, A.n. 
1171. DiarmaÍt Mac Murchadha, king of the Fifth of 
IjeÍDBter, after dc8troying maQy cburcbos and territories, 
died in Ferna without Unction,' witbout Body of Christ, 
without penance, without a wiU, in reparation to Colum- 
ciUe and Finnian and to tho aaints besides, whose churches 
he destroycd. — ABcall,^ son of Torcall, kíng of Ath-clinth 

íntlie61«tyearotIiÍ8ageandthe I i«r «i" (TLe Sanon» aftor that) 

46tli of hÍB reign, alter viotorr ot tniaorabiliter regrnant. Amm, 

Unction and penanoe. The com- Amen. 

pilet of the List adda: Saxain \ 'Ajmí/— /u*",— Stetha aoconnt 


cLioÉ 7 eoan (ineaii'') a Iilnn'pB-Opc (rainiCi a fopcaíc I 
CCtcqiIL 7 5''°^^ tCfa-cliaf) vo mapha'O -oo na f 
SaLLaií cecna. — •DomnaLL°liUa pócaiira. jií eiLe-'oeir- 1 
cipc, 110 maiiba^ lo OvpaiíiiC' — 8a-6B, ingen Slwili- 
laipnn TTlic Tniipcaía.coniapba Opi§ce,Tio ec i n-aiípige. I 
— CpeCmóp La TTlai^niii' Tnac"OuinnTLeiBe co n-UltTOiG-l 
«iLe 1 CniL-in-niaifce[i]pc, co poatpgpec CiiiL-paíain JM 
cealLa aiLe, co puc]X(c Hocn'íi bec ito CheneL-eogaiilM 
■poppo", im Concobiip Ua Caía[i]n 7 co cucpoc cltaca:& 7I 
co pomapbpac i^ep ap pcic*, ecep coipeíii 7 macu coifeCVr 
7 poíai'oa aiLe maiLLe i.'pni 7 pojontrfe TTIajniip |;éin 
Ocup m Tna|iiup pin 'ootio, | Tmmapba-D gaipic lapcain*] 
•DO"Ouniil'teiBe, i'oon'', ■o'a T>epbparaip véti 7 "do ^'l-l^-] 
Oeiigupa TTlac ^iLlu-eppuic, ii>on, Tiopeccatpe monaCil 
n-'Oun, iqi n-oLcaiB mopaiC ím'oaiB 'oo -fiennm -00 : «««),£ 
lap lecu'& ó iTiná popca vein 7 lap in-bpeic a iTinó o [a] | 
aici, i-Don, Choín-mai^t hUu^ phLoinn 7 pi ac a 'oepbpa- 
6c[ip"ein ap cijp, 113011, ic CCe'& ; iapcabaipceicin'Do*'tK)iio \ 
■pop mnoi a ■oepbpafap aiLe, iDon, eoía'5u ; lap papusuti I 
cLoc 7 bucaLL, cLeipec 7 celL •OonnpleiBe -00 gabml \ 
jiigi i'n-u' 'oeEai'D.— a:ne, insen mic'OuinnpLeiGe, pigan | 
Qip^aLl, "DO éc. — TTIai'Dm (fDon,' mai-Dm 111 luaiépeíO 1 
pp ^igepnan hUa Tluaipc 7 pop'' pepaiC I71i'5e 7 ap. | 
pepaiC pepn-muiEi innil[L]e* ap paicci CCía-clia€ piaJ 
TTIiLo'oe Cocan' con-a mninncep, -oá 1 copcuip po£ai'&»^ 

A.D- 1171. 'coipiuí.A. • 'O, A. 'mule (■phacTesisnf iX,1 
A. •^osan, B. " lH.,n. t. h,, A; om.,lJ,C. ''>ill.,n,l.h., Aj ani.,B.a'| 
ii"om.,B,C. "om.^A. ■ iap reiii— ((/Irr/íoí, B. dhi (apfaHiatsjd 
1), A. r> e. in,i n. t. li., A, C; IHumii citi Itintiii^^'ecunTiutnqaortMiin — 1 
De/eateftheAthriiacciirdingliiMOHie, t. m., n, L li., B. '' aji — en, B 

□f their dcatbs jn GÍTHlduB Cuii> 
brraiBÍB (£x;i. /7ib.), orOÍlliert {ubi 
mlp.lp. IBíq.). 

* iíad. — DuoB Johsime b^'- 
nomiBe Ihe Woth, quod Latine 

Bonat InHmo, vel Vehemeati (£ 
iííA. i. 21). 

' Cail-in-liiiiiiriirt. — Coriríre/ííj 
Iforllt (of eo. AntriniJi in wbic^ 
Cait^utM„,~Co'Hcr eflht/en 
Coleraine, is )ittiut«d. 


nnd John^ (the Miid) from tbe Talands of Orc (who came 
in aid of Torcall and of the Foreigners of Ath-cliath) 
woro lcilled by the same Foreigners. — Doranall Ua 
Focaría, king of the South of Eili, was ki!led hy the 
OBsorianp. — 8adhbb,daught«rof Iron-lcnoeMacMurchadha, 
eucceHHor of [St.] HrigÍt [i.e. abhess ofXildare] died in 
renancp. — Great foraj'ing force [was led] by Maghnns 
Mac DuinEsleibhe [Úa Eochadha] with all Ulidia into 
Cuil-in-tuaisceirt*. so that thcy plundered Cuil-rathain and 
other churches, until a small number of ihe Cenel-Eogain 
underronchoburUaCntbainovertoolc themandgnTebattle 
and Itilled one and twenty men, both chiefs and bohb of 
chiefa, anda mullitude of others along with thcm. And 
Maghnus himselE was wounded. And moreover that 
Mughnus was ki!led shortlj after in Dun by 
Donnsleibhe, that is, by his own brother and by 
Gilla-Oenghusa Mac Gilla-espuic, namely, by tlie 
lawgiver of MoDaigh,* after great evila had been done 
hy Lim,— namely, al'ter leaving his own wedded wife 
and aftcr tahing his wife from his fosterer, tbot ie, 
í'rom Cu-maighi Ua Flaina and shc [had been] the wifo 
of his own brother at first, namely, of Acdh ; after inflict- 
ÍDg violence upon the wife of bis other brother íilao, that 
ÍB, of EochaÍdh ; after profanation of bolls and croziors, 
clericB and churches. Donnaleibhe took the kingBhip iii 
hia stead. — Ane, daughter of the Mac Duinnsleibhe [Ua 
Eochadha] queen of Airghialla," clicd. — Defeat (namely, 
the Deíeat of the Ashes^) [waa inflicted] upon Tigernan 
Ua Ruairc and upon the Men of Meath and upon the Mcn 
of Fem-magb, all together, on tba Green of Ath-cliath 

•j:o.Píít*r »/ Jf™«.>í.-"The 

to tlie ontrj in the Foi.rMMtCTt, 

lUQnlB he«ra, or Beríant ! " C. The 

ahe vru wife of Marrongh O'Cw- 

roll, Idng of that territorj. 

nanie, to bo genitÍTe oí manarJ a 

' ifeffflf o/ tfl^ ^»A».-So oalled 


pcThape from haTÍng been ÍDHictfd 

" Qateit ofMrghia í/n.— Accordi ng 

oa Asb-Wedneriaj. But Cum. 



nn)p,itn CCe-RhtlnRiicnpcpf Tnaíaip6-^aileiiE7|in>oraí| 
IiUa-í.íTiiiini 7 CConTnaicne. Uomaiibía Tiono onn céf 
coii-ige -00 peiuiiB pepii-iíiuise, roon, maeL-Tnocca Tllac 
Confrebla 7 ConCoBup, a ■oejibpacatj), -Dafoii^í Cheneoil- 
pepaSoi^ — pént'& hlla Con|aile, cainnBt jairci^ 7 
eíni^ OipÉ'°'-'-* moTicuu]-' efc.' — Rasnall' hlla T*uarcai|i, 
coi]^ Clauini-flucrSiiac ; ^iUa-seÍTnTní' trac-in-pabanrt, 
roifeC peTi-*OapcaEa 7 focai'fie aile niaille ■ppiu, noti 
longe povr; pwppaT)icra, ■Decimo pexro ^Caleti'oar IJoiieni- 
:a V'r' [niopcui puiic]. — | llenic in Tlibepmam ílenpicuf 
(mac'' iia peipifi''), pocencipptniip pea: CCngliae ec ra 
"Oux Hoptnanni[a]o ec CCcitiicani[a]e er; Cotnep CCm 
5auu[a]e ec nliapuin mulcapum ceppapum Twminur. o^ 
■nucencip (}uaT)pnEinca nccutbup. {Coinari' eptn ppimuf 
aniienctip 8hcca:cmac in hibepniam.') Ocup caintc hi cip 
oc pitpc-lapgi 7 posaB siallu tTliiman. 'Canic lap pein 
co hCCc-cLioÉ 7 posuC 5iallii taigen 7 pep Tni'5e 7 lilUc- 
m-bpiuin 7 CítpstalL 7 lllcrfi.— pecpup (blla' TDopW'), 
epipcopup hlla-TTIaine 7 Connacc (no,''eppHC Cluana- 
fepca-bpenainTi*), manae cpaiBTieS 7 pep au^p'ba, txi 
ba-Dii'6 ipin c-8inaim) (mon,'' ic ptipc-T)a-Chaíne5''), n>' 
eit:, pexco [CaLenTiap lanuapii,' 

(Tllomap"' Cnncuapenpip mapctpizacup.'" — ■DomnaLL 
hUa tTlaiL-muan), pi pep-CeU, occtpup [epc]. — TTlaeL- 
cpon TVIac í5''-^'"8ecnailL, pi "Oeirceíilpc 

"Oqi-, A, "oin., A. III. m., 1, h., A; oin„ B, C, »* I. m. 
A : ooi., B, C, '■' .1. ui. kl. letiaip (ihe nacivc randerlng of th« 1.«iíb o( J 
B, »"'!Jlcl, r. m., a. l. h.,A.j om., B, C. "■'61 d, f. n 
0..,.. B. C. 

brenais Btatea IhM it took plaoa 
abont Sept. 1 {Exp. Hii. U 29). 

' Son af Iha £mprai, — Opponite 
Macua í'ein'ií, outherightmMgin, 
in B, b; annther haiid 'a : Aliai, na 
filÍM — OthsFwixe, [81)11] of tbe 

Empn,B [Matnát'í, eto. {thú 
brachetted lett«r« were cut ofl in 
trimnung the cdge.) The meati- 
ing is tb«t hlmperaiii -waa the tniB 
rewiÍDgr, being derired trom 7mfwr- 
atiix. Al80,oDtheoentre margin, 
ia wriitsD: Scx Ansliat muf in 


lÍlo Dc Cogí 

fith his people, wherein fell a large [1171] 

nnTiiber nround Aedh Ua Ruairc, king of MacbairE 
GaÍlengand rojal hcir of the Ui-BrÍuin aud Conmaicni. 
There wcro alao kilicd there five chiefa of the Men of 
Fera-magh [und two others], namely, Mael-JIocbta Mac 
Confhebla and Concbobhur, his brother, — two chiefs of 
Ceuel-Foradbaigh. — Fenidh Ua Congbailo, candle of tho 
championship and boapitality of Oirghialla, died, — -Ilagh- 
nall Ua Tuathchair, cbief of Clann-Ruadhrach ; Gilla- 
geimridh Mac-in-Ghaband, chicf of Fir-Darcacha aod a 
numbcr of others along with them died not long aíter the 
aforesaid evente, on tbe 1 6th of the Kalcnd3 of November 
[Oct. 17]. — There came into Ircland IIenry (son of the 
Empresa^), most puissant king of England and ulso Duke 
of Iíormandy ancl A'quitaÍne and Count of Anjou and Lord 
of niany other lands, with 240 sbipB. (So thot that was 
the first advent of the Saxona into Ircland.) And he came 
to land at Port-Iairgi and received thepledgcs of Munst^r. 
He came after that to Atb-cliath and received thepledgesof 
Leinster and of the Men of Meath and of tho Ui-Briuin and 
Airgialla and Ulidia.— Petcr (Ua Mordhn), bishop of Ui- 
Maine of Connucbt (otberwise* biabop of Clnain-Í'erta 
of [St.] Brenonn), adevout monk and authoritative man, 
was drowned in iho Sinand (name]y, at Port-da-Cbaincg), 
namely, on tbe 6th of tbe Ealenda of January [Dec. 27]. 

(Thomas of Canterbury is inartyred.'" — Domnall Ua 
Maíl-muaid, kiiJg of Fir-ceII,was sliiin." — Mael-cron^^ Mac 
Gilli-Scchnaill, king of tbe South of Bregha, diea.) 

'" iíarti/rcíl. — On Dacombar 29 of 
tho preceding jear, inthe Cuthedral 
d( OantuibuTjr. Sec tbe socount 
in Bmiediot of PeterbDrongh 

" fiiaíri.— Rr the people of Moj- 
aghui, nooordiiig tothe F.M. 

" iffltí-min.— GiTen in the Four 

M 2 

Uibrrtiiati hoe anna. Fot Hcnrj'ti 
doings in Irelnnd, eee Benodict of 
Fetcrborough scd Horeden (a.ii, 

*OíhtrioÍse.—Tha Ui-Maine of 
ConnBoght inoluded the cUocíbo of 
Clunfert, Tbe altemBtive readiug 
ÍK Ihat gÍTen in the A naalt af Innii- 
/o/Iai aod ot BojiU, 

II. uii.* V-,' I^-. "-11X11110 "001(11111 TTl. c."l 
Ri8oj'aii(iTion, hGnpicc, mac nape]iiTi'')T>o'&ula 
*Oin-"OomiiaiB Cufc, iapceileb|ia-DCCipppiiiTi. — TTiEeiw 
hlla Ruaiiic, pi bpeipne 7 Conmaicne, pejv' cuTnal 
mope Fpi pé ^ora. ■do mapbofe tw 8hamnaiC cenia 7 t» 
"Oomnall, mac CCnnaifi, v\a ceniuL i::éiii imaiLle* ppiu- CC 
■oicenna^ ttOTiomnEi^aceiin 7 « copp do bjieic co T)ocpaT5 
co h(X£-cliirr. 1n cenn | t>o cogljaiL pop "ooiiuf 
1 n-a fsoÉ Tieiis ciiua^ T)o Jjhai'&elaiB. In copp Tiono Tto 
ciiocao 1 n-inUT) aiLe 7 a copra vúar- — TJigepnac' hlla 
inaeL-eoin, comajiba Ciapain {CLuana^-mac-Hoif^l 
quieiiic m Chpi]Tin. — Inip-eogain'DO [p]ai'U5ii'6 la Cenel 
ConailL 7 0^1 t>o íofi pop a 'ooeniB.'' — TllniTim pjp CeneL- 
eo§ain la pLaiÉbepcuif hlla TnaeLTiopuií) 7 La Ceni 
ConaiLL 7 áp Lanmop Tio ciip poppti. ITlipbuiL qia 
noemaiC in Coim'De-5^ in* ní rin,* fDon, tio pacpaic 7 
CoLum-ciLle7T)o tia naemaiB opcena.ipa ceLla poiniLl|*r, 
— lTlael-TIIuipe° TTlacniapca'&a, roipecTTluniiicepi-uipn 
7 f^oí'lr^L^] 7 I" hlla-n-ecac, "do niapbaíi La hCCe'5 TTIi 
Oen^uT'a 7 La CLainn-CCeía* hUaMi-ectHic llLaí,"- 
cunipc &)ici'5 Connacc in cecpamo'o ■pecc la ^ilLa 
unc, comapba pacpaic, roon, la Ppimaic* eperm, 
hCCpT)-TTIaca. — T)omnaLL hUa pepEail, ap-D coipeí 
moicne, T)0 mapbaíi La muinnrep pij Saian. — 5''-' 
CCe'&a, eppuc Copcai§i, i?ep Lati tio pac "Oé, 
feneccuce quieuic. 


11 q I 


A.D. 1172. 
*-'mlp>i, A. 
BOTÍhe, A. '^t' itl 
partly on 1. m., 

'Feiiil, A. 'mnle (sphaerpsis 
— iiniMit (chirf p'Bphil I), B. — ■, Aiom., B, Q '^■'om., 
>.t.h.,MS. (A). «^ efrtn íiU.- 

of .). A. »--Mg. 1]«íttj 

1, C. i^pBrUroi 
., MS. (A). 

1172. >IítÍH.ff.— OppowtetheaB 
wordi, oa theociitre margin in B, 
ia : Rcdiit in Angliain. Aooordiiig' 
to BenedÍDt,theToyiiIretiiiuesaiIed 
OD Eaaler Sundsr and th« king on 
the following áa.y. 

' íTiíí.— Litcrallj, anrf, 

*Mael-Eoin.—Iierolie of [Jí.J 
Jofm (the EvHDgeliat). Thia ma; 
be tlie 3ÍBtiiohaii\ eptoip i^Maá- 
lahtiii, Hihap) of the ClonniaonoÍM 
tombBtoM (O'D., F.M. lii. 4), 


Ealciids of Jan. on 7th feria, Sod of the moon, a.d, (ii; 
rhe king^ of the Saxons (namelj', Heary, son of 
the EmpreBs) went from Ireland on Easter Sundaj [April 
16], after celebration of Mass. — Tigcman Ua Ruairc, king 
of Breifuí and Conmaicni, a man of groatpower íoralong 
time, was killed by the same Saxona and by Domnall, son of 
Annadh [Ua Euairc] of his own clan along with them. 
He waG beheaded also by them and hia hcad and his body 
were carried ignomiiiiou8ly to Atb-cliath. Tbe head waa 
raiaed over the door of the fortress, — a aore, raiserable 
RÍght for ihe Gaidhil. Tho body waa hung in another 
ptaco, wíth- Íls feet upwards,— Tigeruach Ua Macl-Eoin,^ 
Bucceasor of Ciaran (of Cluaiu-mac-Noia), rested in peace. 
— Inis-Eogain was wasted by the Cenel-ConaiU and 
wlaughter inflieted upon its iuhabitants. — Defeat [wos in- 
fiicted] npon the Cenel-Eogaia by Flait.hbertach Ua 
Maeldoraidh and by the Cenel-Coooill and great slaughter 
was put upon thcm. A marvel [wrought] by tiie aaints 
of God [was] that tbing ; uamely, by Patrick and by 
Colum-fiilla and by the saiats besides, whoae churches 
they deBtroyed. — Mael-Muiro Mac Murchadha, chief of 
Muinnter-Birn and chief and king of the Ui-Echacb, waa 
^UIed by Aedh Mac Oenghusa and by tho Claun-Aedha 
ot the Ui-Echach of Ulidia.— The fuU circuit [ceaa] of tlie 
Eifth of Connacht [waa carried] for the fourth timo by 
GiUa Mac Liac, successor of Patricfc, namely, by the 
Primate of Ireland, to Ard-Macba. — DomnaU Ua Fcrgail, 
arcb-chief of Conmaicni, was ItiUed by the people of the 
Idng of the Saxona. — GiUa-Aedha,* biahop of Cork, a man 
íull of the gracc of God, reated in good old ago. 

* OiUa-Aedha.—DtrBtu ef (S(.) 
Aed (pBThaps of Ralingli, oo. West- 
meoith). AcoordÍDgto tho obit iii the 
Foar MasterB ( where the Burnune 
is O'Muidhiii — O'MuigÍD, Ahnali \ 

of Biij/í, — which was niilciigwn to 
U'Donovan, iii. 3), he hud beiai u 
monli oí Errew in Lough Cun, co. 
Maja. 'ínt^ieAimaliB/I.mÍífalleii, 
he ÍB called biilmp (the compiler 



(TnujiCiro' nriac tTluTictrBd 7 TTluitcirb Iilln bTi[i]aÍ 
occiv' r""^ — 5' '-'-'* "'^f'M^'^''""'^ coiiiaiiba Cirifiuni Cluund 
niac-lJ III i'. qiiiGuic, — ■OiajimoiTi Mlu (."aeUui'De occifi 

lCal. lan. u.'p.,'L-x. iii..CCinio*Domiiii m."c.°lja.° lUa 
Cinaeí tiUa TÍona[i]ii, ei^uc ^Limie-Tia-LoCa,' ■do CUIB 
IHinai) co [|i€aiíiail].— TllumeTiac liUa CoBíais,' 
Cene[oi]l-eosain 7 "CuaiTce^i^pc Cpenn uiLe, in nní 
Ó56 7 in lec LoSmup 7 in sem sloinB 7 in jwcLu folufi 
7 cifci caif ce'ba im)' ecnai' 7 cpooB cnuaj'oi^ na Conoifil 
7° copup na ■Depce 7 na cennra 7 na hntlseine 7 fl 
coLuim ajislome cpaiíie 7 111 cuiiiciiip u]i ennga 7 ifl 
noem "Oeeceii 'ooiniB, laji n-ojnjneíi -do facajic 7 -dm 
Caine 7 oef^a] ceca ^pai-B uficena, — i'oon, feccmo! 
facapc, 7 laji n-oínu^fffe ecLuf n-im-Da^ lapcoip 
remjjaLL^ jieilec ^iapn-'oenum mainifCfVGc^ peicLef n 
im-oa 7 ce(;[u] LuBpai ecLupcaccai apcena 7' laji citniicul 
bif& 7 ecai| Do boccaiB, lap in-buaifi cpabffb 7 oiltÉpi 7 
aiípige,* popai'&* a pptjtun Tiocum niine m-'oubpeicLef 
CoLuim-ciLLe 1 n-"Oaipe, 1 quapc l-o pebjiai, in fexca 
[pejjoma] pepia. 'Dopona'b "Dono mipbuiL mop ipn 
ai'5Ee arobafi, — in oíiai^ -00 polufcuguí oca lapnifli 
co gaipm in coiLig^in 'oomun uile pofi Lajxrfi 7 coejiiT 
r'f.m.,ii.t.h., A: om., B, C. 

A.D. 1173. ' — Lacu. A. 'Copc — , B.'-'naliecnaCi.e. thesctBwla 
the word to ba fomininc), B. •— gi, A. 'poei-o, B. •tigain, I 
OD spooe left blaiik, A. i'-i' in puce cfuieuic (thsLntÍn equivttlentof tl 
A-teit;, B. C. =- om., B, C. ■' .Ixx.. MB, (A). 

evidGDtly doemod it snperfluoiis to 
add the placel and lifad of l/ie pirlg 
of IrelaRd. In the Annali of liogU 
ho ii oAUed biahop of Curk. 

' 3f<tri:lío'Ik. etc. — Tbe flret 
ond thinlof tbesoeiitrieB&re found 
in the A«w,l,i:/Bi,yle ftnd the F.M., 

' Wm títtin. — Inámnl 
Ammlt ef Boslt. 

^ QilU-Critt.—Din>lre of Chn 
He aacj havo been the « 
O'Mulone, vbo died this ;iwr. 

1173. ^ BiAif. of CfKl-£ 

Thnt Í8, oí Darrj (XoHA of Ir 
laajidgiiiíjBaplioe|. Thiip 


DfMunihadh' Mao Murchadha and Murchadh Ua Briain { iitl'] 
Bre staia," — GiUa-CrÍBt/ son of the Bucceseor of Giaran of 

Cluain-raac-NoÍ8, restotl. — DÍBrmod TJa Ca«llaidhe was 


Kalenda of Jan. on 2nd feriu, 13th of tho nioon, a.u, 
1173. Cioaeth Ua Rona[i]n, bishop of Glenn-da-locha, 
rested. — Muiredhach Ua Cobhthaigh, biahop of Cenel- 
Eogain' and of all thc North of Ireland, the son of chaatitv 
and the precious stono and the gem of puritj and the 
shining etar and the preaerving caBltet: of wiadom aad the 
f ruitful branch of the Canon and the fount of charity and 
meekne39 and kindlinesa and the dove for puri(.y of heart 
and the turtle for ionocence and the eaint of God among 
mcn, nfter ordaioiog priests aod deacons and pereoos oí 
cvery [chnrch-jgrade bcsides, — namelv, 8evenly priests aod 
after renovaling many churchea and after consecrating 
cliurchea and cemetcries and after building many monas- 
teriea and regular churches and [performiug] cvery 
ecclesiastical work beBÍdcs aod aftor bcstowal of food and 
clothing to tho poor, after victory and piety and penance 
aod pilgrimage, he scot forth his spirit uuto heavcn in the 
PeniteotÍary of Colum-cille in Daire, on the 4th of the Idea 
[lOth] of February, on the Gth [recíe, lúi] feria.' Now, a 
great marvel waa wrought ou the night he died, — the 
QÍght woB illuminated írom Noctorn^ to the call of the 


that O'Brolcliain was not mada 
biahop ot tLe lirHt-nam*d seo ÍQ 

im ftria.—SUlh frria ÍB the 
reaiÍÍneoítbeJnattUii/Locli CeaUa. 
Ttom thia it ia evident that tbe 
compilBr did not ondarstand theae 
CTÍtírrin, bal copiai what he found 
ÍD the MS. The Fouc Maalora 
onut tho wcek-day. 

In 1173, Fefaraarj 10 fell od 
thc seTODtli ferÍB, or Satardaj. 

» JfoíOim.— L!ter»lly, 'i/terriiing: 
lere emplojed ta denote midnight. 
[lio time and rationale are gÍTeii 
a thfl Vila Calumbae amí Nangalio 
inudani. Media noote, pohutA 
pereonaate dIoccr, testinae aargent, 
kd eoclesÍBUi pergit [ Fita Co!. iii. 
Vii Bei et qui cum illu crant 


ceiiie-D -D'eiiiji o]' iii baiLe 7 n coíc ]i)i]\fter 7 eipgi 1 
cacinLe, iiiT)a|LLeo]iob' éiii líia. Ocui' iwboiainLOTÍi^ 
Iieniui]icnKn]t — 6ciiú hUaílliaíiacain, ei'puc Cluana,! 
bona i^eneccuce quieiiic. — Cpec niO]i L« CCe* Itl 
Oensui'a 7 la CLuinn-OIe^a, co jioaiiicfec TTpion mfl 
(1* n-CCjiT)-lTlaca'). Ocu]> poinajxbab in ^pe^ ]~in 1 cim> í^ 
tni]', lap n-aiicmn CCiii'o-ínaca t)o. 

(■OomnaLl' bnegac bUa inatl-[Sti]eílmiin, pi ITi™ 
obiic. — ITlaeL-moGca bUu pm-objio (no'. hUa Ttt^ 
[8Ii]6Clainn'),abbCLuanu-)Tiac-Moi]'.qiiieuic. — Tílael-^ 
ITlac tn Oaiim, epj-cop CLuana-peiica Oiienaim), quiai 
— Imap, mac [ITIic] Catisainna'ícoirec TTIuniciiie-TllcB 
finna moincup].) 

]CaL"i:.,L. ix.iiii.,CCnno"Ooniini lT)."c.''la:j:."iiii." 
pLann' bUu S'>1^"'*'[']"> a]iT)i:eiiLei^nn CCij^ti-lTlaca 7 
ejienn 1 uile,]:eit eoLaC, comaiicamaiL i n-ecna ■otofeaj 
'ooniuTi'Da, laji rn-bei£ blia-&uiii 0]» pfic'' i p^iaiicaiB 7 
Soitanaií ic iro^Latni 7 pce" bLiaíam ic jxilLaiTinugÍ 
ixiol n-ejienn, ucbon co ficaiTiaiL 1 cjieDecim' ]CatLo 
CCpinLi]-, "Oia-Cecatn iiia Caii-c, i-epcuoje^imo aec( 
]'u[a]e anno. — TTlaeL-paqiatc Obaiia[)]n, ei-puc Con-De^ 
7 'Oatl-CCjiai'fie, ^'eii eiiiiTiicnec, Lún tio noenhe | 7 j 
íeiinfa 7 -00 §Laine ciiifte, Tio éc co LanFeCciiaC 1 
■- itl., n.t.h,.A.; tim.. B. C. '<n. t. h.. A ;om., B, C. irí itl, M3. C 

A,D. 117», ' ipluiiiimi: (-Florentius), A. 'Coiln™, B. ■ 
on blsnV gpaoe, A, '■ ,.-ki',. A, B. -«,^111. kl., A, B, 

dederuiit corpoca quicti, uifque ad 
tertiani noctÍB vÍgiUam [i.e, meidÍiuD 
QoctemJ. Evíjtilane vero vir Dei. 
auadtaiit fratren ad Tigilina nootis 
(A-«t. Br<m. e. n 

• Call of the coct.— The QalUd- 
«i'uni (3 >jn.) Í8 meuit. 

> By lke na en thf latt (re in«i> 
o(i»r).— ThBt ia, in Scotland. The 
expreuioD ia emplojcd iii this 
BeoBe in tbe ohii oí MBloolm Ceiui- 

mor, llSá {sapra). The meuiiiig- 
Igbb reodÍDg of B ÍB 1 ei 
uait—io Ihsl U onreamt ihr [ni 
iir. Followiug tliis, O rende 
" unlill Ibe Bjer WM cloered." 

" C/i.fl.1.1; -<>>««/].— The 
bradcetted portiim is given j 

" Qrrai rAírtí.— See si^ra, 

'Dimiiall, ftr, ~í 



coclc* and tlie whole world [was] a-blaze and a large masa 
of fire aroae over ihe place aud went south-east and every 
one aroBe, it seemed to thGm it was tho duy. And it was like 
that by thc sea ou the east* — Etni TJa MiadhachaÍn, bishop 
of Cluain^-aíi^rard]," rested in good old age. — Qreat foray 
by Aedh Mac Oenghuaa aud by the Clann-Aedha, so that 
they pillaged the Great TliÍrd' (in Ard-Macha). And that 
man waa killed before three months, after the pillagiug of 
Ard-Macha hy hira. 

(Domnall^ Ua MaeI-[Sh]echIainn the Breginn, líing oí 
Meath, died.— Macl-Mochta" Ua Fiadbra (or"' Ua Mael- 
[SbjechlaÍDu), abbot of Cluain-mac-líoií', rested— Mael- 
lau Mac-in-Baird," bishop of Cluain-fcrta of [St.] Brenaun, 
rested— Imar^^ «m [of Mac] Curgamna [ehief of MuÍnater- 
Mail-Shinua, dies].} 

Xalends of Jan. on 3rd feriu, 24th of the moon, a.ii. 
1174. Flann Ua Gorma[i]n, arch-lector of Ard-Macha 
and of all Irelund, a man learned, obaervant in dÍFÍne and 
buman wiadom, after having been a year and twenty 
leamíng amongat the Frunka and Suxons and tweiity year8 
directing the schools of Irelund, died peacefully on the 
13th of the Ealends of April [March 20], thc Wedneada^ 
before Euster, in tho 7(>th year of hia age.— Mael-Patraic 
O'Bonain,^ bishop of Condeiri and Dal- Araidhe.a venerable 
man, full of holiness and of meefcneas and of purity of 
hearf, died fuU piou8ly in I[ona] of Colum-cille, aftor 

BnsMa «ai ,hia. Jnnah of Boi/h. 
Ee waa foatered in Bregia. 

•JÍDíAtB.— Tho patron uaint of 

'° Or, f íe. — TliÍB 'u the fliiniiuiii> 
(rlTetitntlie^'.jr. Tl.e renuuDÍDg 
ilenu are found in Ibo Annalt of 


Anglicized Uao Wanl. The {líiaíXj 
were hercditarj poQlH of O'Sell; 
of Hjr'inatij' (O'Donoviui, F. M. iii. 

1= [mar, «f.-Given in the AmaU 

1174. 'O'ainoiH.— Sce Eeerefi, 
Adaimiaa p. 40S, and tíie worts 
tbeie referred to. 

178 aHticcUr uLccDh. 

CoLmm-ciLle tuji i^nrarai-D co^ai'De. — SilLa-TTlac-l 
mac íluai'&)\ii comaiibu paqimc, a|iTie]"puc 7 ppiW 
tdnTi-Iílui'Ju 7 eiieiiti uiLe, iiiac úse Lán 00 §Laine c 
7 -Do iiiuiTiLa, -00 éc co p6ÍT;iia6 lap" veitTOcaiéo 
i* fexc ]cuLutin CCpinL,' *Oia-Cecaiii lup CuirCi 
jeiimo i'epnnio uecaciy f uae uiino, epiixopacur haucefn 
cjiii5e]iiiioi>epcinio. lloboí 111 pep uuj'uL jtnTé' bLiafciia . 
"Dec' co LunonopaC 1 n-abDuine CoLum-ciLLe 1 ii-'Oaipe 
pia comupbui' par|iaic. — 5'^'-'^*'Tl'''^'i'^''So, abb ITlain- 
ifcjieS pecai]i 7 poiL 1 n-CCpTi-niaca, mos T^ieboijv 
caipip no'n Coim'Dis, tjo éc TJitiTne' JCuLenTiaf* CCpplU 
Vepcuaseviino [ajecucii' f u[a]e aniio. 

(Cac T)U]iLtii|> La 'OomnaLL hllu m-Oiiiain 7 La C 
cobup maeniiiaisi ]X)]X muiimcip mic na pepip Ci'DO'*r 
pi^ Saxuii'). — TílaflLpnanois hlla Ciup-fia, pi Caipppii 
occipup epc.— Seiio'b uippa''. — CC.i'O. 1174. ITlaeL-li'u 
htlu Connacca[i]n, epiix^opup ShiL-THuipeÉUTl, (juieuic — 
CCmLaim hlta CuinT>, caiTeacITIuiniicipi-5iLL5a[i]n. mo^i- 
cuui' eiT;. — TTluipsiu]' hUu "OuCcais, cec abb na Uui 

^.*.ui. bt., A,B. " 
MS. (4). M Slb, f.m., 

II. ltU,A, B. i'.h 
1. A; om., I 

' Soa nf Ruaidhri. — In tbe colo. 
phon to Ibe eiqaiaite Evsjigetute- 
rium of Hui^l-Brigte iu tlie Btitúli 
MiiHeum (Harleian, 13U2, fol. 
ISeli), Cf. JppeHdii ta BejMtrl 
0« Sgmer'ii Fatjera, SHppUmml, 
Pl. XVX ; Reoíe», Proc. R.I.Á. 
T. 62-'i), lie ÍM ooUed ffrmd- 
lon ef Rimidhri. Acoording to ati 
iuteiliiiear gloas in tbe original 
hoiid he itaa «ow of Ihe potl of iht 
UiBim-,»^c ,n-D [í'liii WTm ■«> 
[UJib-bipti (» TjTone sept «hosB 
temtUTf boiinded pMt of Uanog- 

han). In tLe ti«t of S 
Palrict (I,. L. Í2d), be li li 
■tylpd nnoflie pai 

"Marth S7CA. 
efl.r £atler.—The F.K. a 
duta Bnd, neTenhblesB, plane tlu 
obit under 1173, — »yoax in wfaidt 
the Wednesda]' ín Euter «eek laU 
ou April 11 I O'DonOTaslc 
error uncoirecled (iii. 

Gelaaius is gÍTem ii 
olcig7 of OuQe^iil at Uarcb 3] 

' 87íS ofhit uge.—ne waa m 
quentljr Irani fn 10S7. Yet O'O 



clioice old age. — Giila Mac Liac [Gelusius], son oí [ 
Huaidhri,^ aucccssor of Patrick, archbÍBhop and primate of 
Ard-ltachaandof all Iroland, §on of chastity, fuUofpurity 
of heart and of peacp, died piouslj after ehoice old agc, oa 
the6thof theEalendsof Apri][March27], theWeduesdiiy 
after Eastor,* in tho 87th 3'ear of his nge,' the 37th of hia 
epÍ8Gopacy/ That noble man waa sixteen jeara fiill 
lioiiourably in tho ahbfloy of Colum-cille in Daire before 
[receiving] the sueceBsion of Patricli. — GiIIa-Mochaidbeo,^ 
ahbot of the Monasterv of Peter and Paul in Ard-Macha, 
a diligent, ateadfust Écrvant to the Lord, died on [Snnda;-] 
tho 2nd of tho Ealends of April [March 31], in the 70th 
year of his age. 

(The battle^ of Durlue [wae Rained] by Domnall Ca 
Briain und by Conchobiir Maenmhaighi upon the peoplo 
of the 8on of thc Empreas (namelv, of the king of tho 
Saxons). — Maelruanaigh'* TJa Ciarda. king of CairprÍ, waa 
Hlain.— The Sjnod' of Birr [was celobrated].— a.d. 1174. 
Mael-Isu' Ua Connachtain, bishop of Sil-Muirethaigh 
[ElphÍn], reated. — Amlaim Ua Cuind, ohief of MuÍQUter- 
Gillga[i]n, died. — Muirguis' Ua Dubhthaigh, first abbot 

(fi. B. S. ii.A«naUt,/Bo!/li,y. 17) 
conftdeDtlj atHt«a ttiat Moa Liu|j', 
vhodied in lOlB {tapra), was bis 

' B7I* b/ hit epiieepaei/. — He 
becune nrchbÍHliop ou tbo reBÍgua- 
úoai^ St. MaUchj in 1137. Thcru 
is indepeiiileiit eTÍdenoe that be 
«u primste in tlSS. Acconting 
t» the oolophoD, be wm in the 
ntcun'íH d/ FttlTÍd!, when tha 
Mwl-Brigle Codei was wtitten : 
iwne/f, íii iht yMi- of Ihe tixleeath 
E/ml ífalling} upoH Ja«. l— iTwn, 
I in-titiaTMiin wino ^^pTie ■oíut 
fO]i Kataiiin t^iaiit. 

« Mochaidbeo HÍB nomo ia in 

the Marlj-Tologj oí Bonegnl ftt 
October 11. 

' Thi Ao/íií, eíc. ; The Synocí, (tci 
Hatt-ha, elc ; Muirgini, elc— 
GÍvrai iu tlie .Jnnali o/ BusU. 

FoF the bnttle ot Thurlea (wliich 
Íti aleo fuund Ín tbe AniiuU of 
JnnifaUcn), BCe the maStLTlj uote 
of U'Donovan (F. M. iii. ID sq). 

To Iho Synod ot Birr is pBrhsps 
to be referrúd the tcanef er of Weat- 
roeath to the See of CloDmacnoÍBe, 
lecorded b; the F.M. at tbis Tear. 

* XathTianaigh, elc. — A more 
dettiiled account is iu tbo F.M. 

cTMiialcc iilcroti. 

t(Uieiiir. — linap, tiiaclTlicCcqisainnalitli ^iUa-Ulca[i]tt. 
roireí muintice|xi [Tllail-Siiina,'' mopicuTi ' ].) 

lCat laii. uii.' p., L u.. CCniin "Doninii TTl.'' c." Ixt.' u.' 
tTlael-lfu (i'Don," mac in Cleipijcuipp^), efpuc Ula^. pui 
eciia[i] 7 cpacja[i]í, plQnui["Oieyium in Chpnr» quieuic 
— pLaicbeprac' filla bpol(;a[i]n, coniapba Coluim-cille, 
ciiip Fciia[i] 7 enit§, pep tmo cuconup cl.e»i«§ epenn 
cofaip ei'puic a)i° 6cna[i] 7 ap° pebup 7 Tiiti cupcuf* 
coitinpbup hlu, ■00 éc copeccnac lap q^eblatc cogaiTOi 
ii-T)ubpecley^ CoLuim-ciLle. 5'^'^'^ Hlac Liac hlla 
upana[i]n "Do otp'one'fe 1 n-a ina'6 1 coniupbup CoLuiin- 
ciLLe. — ITIac comapba pinnem (iT>on,'' CCmLairti"), abb 
SabailL, tw» éc 1 n-epfcopoici Ulffb. — lllac Copmaic 
eppuc Uloé, T30 éc. — Concobup,'' mac TTlic Concaille 
(pesánais*), abb peicLcpa poiL 7 pecaip 7 comapba 
pocpaic lapcain, Tto éc 1 Tloim, lap cofc -D'acalloim 
comapba pecaip," — TTlafDm ap CeneL-n-Cnna pia n^ 
eímapEaC hUa Caía[i]ii 7 pe HiaLL IiUa n-5aiLmpi 
7 úp móp Tjo cup poppu. 

* * Ciit away in bindÍDg ; Tl]ael-8iiii>a íb oeitun. 

AJ). 1IT6. 'íaie— (fcih.), A. "— fiuf-, B. 'neic— , 
blBiúí Bpauo, A. '''> ÍII..11. t. h , A ; om., B, C. ' aji a—/or kii, B, C 

■J'ioro., B, C. 'itl., u. t. h.,Ma. (A). 

iia n- 

• ft'^íe.— RoBpeotÍng the hiatorj 
i,f the fouDdstion cí thig Hbbey 
giíen bj O'Donovao (F. M. iii. M) 
fcom the Annali oj Bpyle, it ma; 
he well lo quote tha origiuul 

Abbatia de Buellio hoc aimo 
fundata est, anno Doniinic[a]e 

ibutia BuelleiuiÍB hoo anno 
ilu cBt iuita Buf'Uium hclu ; 
nitio Teto muudi \tixxns. 
lo incepit esBC apud Orellecli- 


dinach ; aecundo, apud Drain- 
conoind ; tertio, apod Bunfinni ; 
quarto, apud Buellium. 

Cn prímo looo, primiiB ab1>Mi 
Petrus UaMorda fuit 1 ia eecmiio, 
Aed Va. Maccaín per duoa aimoa. 
Fust eum Mauricina in eodem lom 
per VI. unnoa (" nearlj tbree jrean," 
0*Donovan, loe. a't.), et apudfiim- 
fluni duoa et dimidium. In Baelliu 
vero abbalizavit liii. et dimidium. 

[A.D. itcLxxrv.] MurgtuB L'a 
Dubtaicb, primus abbaa Buetlii et 


of Boyle," reated. — Imar"' son of Mfic Cnrgamna tJa GiUa- [iij4] 1 
Ultain," chief of Muinnter-Mail-Sinna, dies.) 

Ealenda of Jan. on 4tli foria, 5th of the moon, a.d. [1173] 
1175. Mael-Iau (namely, eon of " the Stooped Cleric "), 
bíahop of Ulidia [Down], master of wisdom and piety, 
reated fuU of days in Chriat.— Flaithbertach Ua Brol- 
cha[í]n, successor of Colum-cille, tower of wisdom and 
hoapitalitv, a man to whom the clergy of Ireland gave the 
chair' of a bishop for wisdom and for bia excellence and to 
vhom was offered- the Buccossion of la. diod piouslv, after 
choice trtbulation, in the Penitentiary of Colura-cille. 
Gilla Mac Liao Ua Brana[i]n^ was ÍnsIÍtuted in hia stead in 
the Buccession of Colum-cÍlle. — The sonof thc Bucccsaorof 
[8t.]Finnian (namely, Aralairah*) [deposed]abbotof Saball, 
died in the epÍ9copacy of Ulidia. — Mac Cormaic, bishop of 
Ulidia, died. — Conchobur,^ son of Mac ConchnÍlle(the wild- 
deer hunter), abbot of the Regular abbey of [SS.] Paul and 
Peter and succcseorof Patrick afterwards, dicd ín Rorae, 
after arriving to confcr wifh the aucceBsor of Pet«r.— 
Defeat [was inflicted] on the Cenel-Enna by Echmarcnch 
Ua Catha[iln and hy NÍall Ua Gailmredhaigh and great 
daughtcr was put upon them. 

tettioa seoucduDi antiqaitslein 
domiu, qnievit. 

'"/Mar, eíf.-Coinp8ro the final 
(idditional) item of tlio preceding 

"aUU-Ulmin.—Devoree n/ fSi.) 
Ultm (probablj o( Ardbraocan, oo. 

H 7fi. ' Chair o/ 6ial,„p, - Snpra, 


* Wwi oJeTcd.—In 116'1 (mprn}. 
'Ua fíronu[iln.— Seo AdamnaH. 
p. tos, 

I.— The aame who pro. 

cured the oxpnlaion o( tbe Canona 
Thc F. M. omil the obit. 

" ConcAoftiir..— Ile waB the ini- 
mediate BUDceaxoF of Qela.<iuit. 
Segdnacli (for which compare íi'i;, 
a Ki'd-áctr, in Cormac's Gloisaru] 
forma pait of Ihe texC Ín tha 
A-ii'J» af Biglc. 

1 Win ,/flin.— Ey the bdu of 
Mao Coghlan (lord of Delvin 
Euthra, the barony oí GacryCBatle. 
Eing'a Co.), according to the entrj 
Ín tho Four Uaite». 


ccMMaia «LccTiíi. 

(5iUa-C()Uiim' Iitlci m«clThuaif , pi ppp-Ceatl, occid 
efc. — TDasTHir hUa niaet-ShertCiiaiLl tio ípoccriSl 
5atlaiC. — n)iÍ8 Vpacnisiifi CCf-liiain 511 "Oiioí-ec-q 
— T)omnaLt Caemanac, mac 'OiapmoDa rTlic Tílupi 
pi laigean [occipup epc]. — SLtiala^ ta SaltoiB | 
Luimneac, 5« n^eacaDaippatp,') 

tlhp] \CaL lan. u., p., l. a-.ui.,CCnno'Oomini ITI.'' c." tx(."(ií? 
Sarain vo tnn«pba[-5] t>o "Oomnatt lillu (jpiam a 

B s4o Luimninc ) cpe popbaipi'TO-oenum poppii. — bean-TTlifie; 
insen 'Oonnca'óa hlli Cepbaitt, ben Con-mai|i* bUi 
phlainn,' pigan hlla-'Cnipcpi 7 pep-Li, -do éc.— Ingen 

tA52d Tluai%ii htli ConcoBaip, ben [pb]taifbbepr|ifi5 hUi 
TTlaet'oopaiTi, -oo mapba* "do macaiB hUi Catpettii[i]ii. 
Pabop 7 Cenannuc t» i:ai"U5a-D* tw ^iattaiB 7 tio hUib- 
bpiuin-— 111011," mac TTlic toctaiiin, -do mapba^ 
TTluinncep-bpanatn." — Lu§ma^ -do papu^ofi 
SaxitiB. — Caipret Jatt 'ja íenarii 1 Cencmnup. — In 
f'n. A; om.,B, C. 
I A.D. 1176. 'opbaip {pam.).A. '— rói, B. »l(pmi (t:úiii.),B. 

I (^om.), A. *px (aphaenais of 0, A. •• om^ B, G. 



' Miitjhniii. — He was lord of Eaat 
Moatli. Ttie Four Maiters atnte 
he wM hanged by thn Foruignera 
(EiiglÍBh), after tiiey had aoted 
tnBcherouRlj' towards bim (most 
liltel]', \iy Beizing him at a oon- 
ference) at Trim. 

-This TTBa probnWj 
1 deBoribed bj Cam. 
bn.'DBÍB ; Rotheríeua voro Coiiiiac. 
ÍB, Binnenentds Buvii fluciita 
ícurreDB, in manu Talida 
MedÍBm in*UÚt, CDHEUiqiie íjUMlein 
repericns atque 
dHGtiB, usqDO od ipsDs DnbliniiB 
eomhuflta Boloque 
cunfractttn;deKÍt{£iy. Hib..i\. 21. 

' DummtU.—Q'v^ 

Id tlie FoDi' Maatere it is atati<d 
that lie wu treaoheruDsIj nlain bj 
O'Fonui and O'NoUn. 

^" A hoiliBi). —Gitea inthG.1>HuJ* 
o/ Iimii/alltn and in Uie An'ialt oj 
D"yle. Fur a chiinivMmtio 
oription of the CBpture bj 
bronai*, Bee tbe obaptex íft 
LÍiHtrici txpugiiatia {Exp. BÍb. iL 

lire. TAeA'ojwM.— Ontheright 
hond mBr^Ín, a l7th-oeDtnTy hud 
WTote in B : AngUci \rrjml\iii tj 
LinítTÍi-c a Domnalldo, Cambrcnniri, 
bowever, etalea (£rp. Jii6. iL It) 
tbat, on hearing of the death ot 



lm«b 1 


(Gilla-Coluim TJn Mnplmhuaidh, Iting of Fír-cell, woa [infi] 
slain." — Maghnus" Ua Muel-Scachnaill was hangod by the 
Foreignera. — Meath waa waetod* from Ath-luaín to Dro- 
chait-atha. — Domnall* Caemanach, [illegitimate] son of 
Diarmaid Mac Murchadha, lcing of Leinster [was slaín]. 
— A hosting"' by tbe Foreignera to Liraericlc, so ttat they 

Halends of Jan. on 5th feria, Ifith of thc moon, A.n. [ii'eBia.] 
1176. Tlie Saxons' were expelled by Domnall Ua Briain 
from Limerick, by a leaguer bcing made againet them. — 
Uean-Miilhe^daughter of Donncbadh UaCerbailI, wife of 
Cu-maighi" Ua Fluinn, queen of Ui-Tuirtri and Fir-Li, 
dicd. — The daugliter of Ruaidhri Ua ConchobaÍr, wifo of 
[F]laithbertach Ua Maeldoraídh, waa ki1Ied by the aons 
of Ua CaÍroÍIa[i]n. — Fabor and Cenannus wero waated' by 
tho Foreigners and bv thc Ui-Briuin. — Niall, son of Mac 
Locblainn, was killed by Muinnter-Branain. — Lughmadh 
was wastcd by the Saxons. — A castle'' of the Foreigners 

', Rsjniond Le Gros set 
DQt tnr DdIiIlq, havidii conimitted 
Linierioh: to Donald (O'Brien), u 
bHTon <■! Uie king aaá mtoired 
hoatagei and mnltiplii^d ostlu 
rc«p«ctiiig it« íafo Guatodj má 
restitDticin and the prcHcrvation of 
peBte. Bnt, ao sooDer Imd the 
Engliali ktt than DonBÍd, with 
ofaaracterÍBtio inf1delity of his 
QBtion, set the city on Bro in fonr 
plaoes ! OÍriLÍdua took no trouble 
to enquÍTe what motire conld bare 
prompted O'Brien to hom a place 
that tbua peaceBbljr rovertcd to liis 

n—Midht,— Woninn ofMeatl,. 
la stsTj oommon as the proper 
of s womaa among the 

anotpnt Iri»b, bb «aa also Bean- 
Muman, meaning' woman, or ladij, 
BfMunitir' {U'DoDovan, P.U. iii. 

*Ca-Maighi,—Hou»áBfOiipt'rí« ; 
Ca.-Midhr,-nonnd ef Mrath.— 
Both theae names irere emp1oyed 
ttmonfpit the ÍBiníl/ of O'Fljnn 
(0,'D. F.M. iit. 2n). 

* fl'aitff/.— That Ís, in conse- 
quencB of tho battles fought thoro- 
at botween the opposíng' foroee. 

^A cíii(/(.— The eompiler of 
the Aimaii of Loch Ct lnakeB this 
into "Thecastlesof theFordgnem 
and of Conftnnas were a-building:'' 
(Oaitlea Gatl ocus CenaHtua ag a »- 
•Unum].' Tho editor takBB CoH for 
B locttl name ttod gravelv aaj-B thui 


laTila 8o.Tanac Tio éc i n-CCc-cbac th) bainne i 
l\f>5ab OTi a coir cpia inípbinliB bpijCT 7 Coluiiii-e 
7 na líoeiTi apcena, ipa* cella poiintU — Caipcel. 8laitie 1 
poibe Ricap'D pLéimeiin" co ii-a v^ijrrí;. ay a paBiir ic 
tniLliu-5 CCippaLL 7 TiU«-in-í)i«uiii 7 pep-TTlífie. i» 
iniLLiii'B La tnael-8eclainii, mac TTlic torLaniii, La pi§ 
Ceneoil-eosoin 7 La CeneL-n-eojain bu-Dein 7 La hCCip- 
^iaLLoib, -oú in pomapba'fi cer, no m if nioo, ■DoStiaLlaiB. 
pe caeB ban 7 Lenum 7 eC in cai)TG0iLTio mapba-&, co na 
cépna THiine 1 m-beíai'o apin caipceL Ociif poi^aixiiSn 
cpi caicceoiLi TTliíe lap* nabapac" ap uaiVian CcnintL^- 
eoEoin, mon, caii^jeL Cenannpa 7 caipreL CaLociiuma 7 
catfceL® 'Oatpe-pbcnTiaic. — Cu-mai§e bUu piuinn, p! 
hUa-7I^upcpi 7 pep-l,í 7 "OaL-CCpai'oe, t>o mapborfe tk) 
Coin-JTIi'5e, Ti'a bpaíaip i^ein 7 T)o pepaiB-Lí. 

COiapmoiV inac Copmaic IMhes Cappíaife, pi T)ear- 
riiiijan, 1)0 gabaiL La a mac pein, mon, La Copmac 

lCaLlan- uii.'p.,'La:a% uii.,CCnno"Oon)iiiini.''c.''Lxi.°uii." 
■Oun-TiaLecsLap tw itiiLLe-5 tio heoan' Tio-Chuipc 7 710 na 
piceptB canEtroiip imniLLe pip 7 catiTeL tio íenaih 'ooib 
ann, apa cuci'oc mantm "pa "bó pop ULLcaiB 7 mamm psp 
CeneL-n-Cosain 7 i?op CCipliaLlaiB, nú in pomapbcrfe Con- 
cobup hUa CaipeLL-a[i]n (iT)on,'' roipec CLmnni- 
i]-U'ii, B. '■■'' n\\ iialianiií — on llie nmrmi; 

" piem,— B. ' cenel, 

B ; foUowed by C. 1 

A.n.ll77. 'feon. 


tbere ú do Crace of an}' " csatle of 

* Saxoa íorí,— See O'Drmoran 
(ínc. ei(.) and Gilbert ( n«r»ys, 
p. 10, sq.). 

M/iV(.— LÍteraUjr, .■»/,>. 

"Diamoiil. — Abridged sppareDt.. 
Ijfrom the Aianit af Jnait/allen 
{adm.); wliich «dd tbat ConDM 

A. '■■<• il.l., t. h.. A, B ; gÍTen 
WBH treuclieroualj nlain i 
fiithor again reigned ia U 

1177. ' JoAii De fiíiínj,— 
ing to CainbreiiaÍB {Brp. BáT" 
'ú. 17),hemar('Jied,witli21kiughta 
anil 300 men, in tbrce dara thraugh 
Meath and Orid and, 011 the 
maming of t!io fuurtb dnj, aboat 
Feb. 1, entercd 'Dowa : thc lung> 



was a-buildíng at Cenannu8. — The Saxon EarP[Strongbow] 
died in Ath-cliath of an ulcer he got on his foot, through 
the miracles of Brigit and Colum-cille and the saints 
besides, whose churches he destroyed. — The castle of 
Slane, wherein was Ricard Fleming wíth his host, where- 
from the AirgiallaandUi-Briuin and Fir-Midhe were being 
pillaged, was destrojed by Mael-Sechlainn, son of Mac 
Lochlainn, king of Cenel-Eogain and by the Cenel-Eogain 
themselves and by the Airgialla ; where were Idlled one 
hundred or more of the Foreigners, besides women and 
children and the horses of the castle that were Idlled, so 
that no person escaped alive^ out of the castle. And three 
castles in Meath were razed on the morrow for fear of the 
Cenel-Eogain, namely, the castle of Cenannus and the 
castle of Calatruim and the castle of Daire of [St.] 
Patricfc. — Cu-maighi^ TJa Flainn, king of TJi-Tuirtri and 
Fir-Li and Dal-Araidhe, was killed by Cu-Midhe^ his own 
brother and by the Fir-Li. 

(Diarmoid,® son of Cormac Mac Carrthaigh, king of 
Desmond, was taken prisoner by his own son, that is, by 
Cormac the Gray.) 


Ralends of Jan, on 7th feria, 27th of the moon, a.d. 
1177. Dun-da-lethglas was destro^ed by John De Courcy^ 
and by the knights that came with him, and a castle^ was 
made by them there, wherefrom they twice^ inflicted defeat 
upon Ulidia and defeat upon Cenel-Eogain and upon 
Airgialla ; where was killed Conchobur Ua Cairella[i]n 


DanleTj (who succeeded his 
brother, Boderick in the kingdoin 
of Ulidia in 1171, mpra), haTÍng 
taken to flight. 

^ Castle, — Exili mauicipio, quod 
in urbis ang^o tenuiter erexerat 
{Exp. Hib. ii. 17). 

^ ririce, — Giraldiifl states {loc. 
ett.) that the first defeat was inflict- 
ed af ter the Purification (Feb. 2), 
upon a force of 10,000 ; the aecond, 
on the Nativitj of St John (June 
24), upon 15,000« 


180 ttMMctLa: uUTdTi. 

"Otaiinicrea''), 7 ftiLla Tílac liac tilla "Ootinsaile, coifJ 
peTt-i)i\oína 7 "i iiosonaft "00 fai^iB ■OoTnnatl. htl 
[ph]laifb€pcai§— 7 majiB é tío na sonaiB T'in 1 peicll 
phoil 1 n -OCTro-m aía, lap caiítm Ciiiiip Cpiru 7 lori H'í 

BStí ongo^fe — ^7 in pomapboiT;* maici | im'&a ailí. "Oopcrc TxmO" 
ConCobup hUa CaipeUa[i]npeimepn {i-non," ifin n-eppac') 
moTDni poptiUd tTlael-'Dopai'o 7 ^op CeneL-ConailU "oú in 
liomapba* óp Ceneoil-h6nna[i] 'ma' inac hlli @heppai^ 
7 imn' niuiéiC immnE apcena. — TTlili'D ^oc^" co l ^" 
pinpiC'Dobpeií tm» mac Huaifcpi (i-Don," ITlupCaí*) hl| 

A 63» ConcoBuip co líop-Coniain 710 miUiU'b ConnaEc | crp 
uLcaiB pe [a] acaip. Roloircpec imuppa Connacca pa 
cecoip 'Cuaim-'tJa-juaLann 7 cenlla apEena in tnpe' ap 
ulcaiB pipna 5«l-LaiB 7 cucpoc moiTim poppna ^aUn 7 
poDiciiippec ap eicin ay a cip lac. íloíiaLL ■oono lluai*6pi 
hUa Concobuip in mac pn (i'oon,' ITlupca*') lap pin, 1 
ti-Di^aiL in cupuiT pain. — CCe-& hlla TleiLL (i-oon,' in 
macaiíi coinLepc'), pi Cene[oi]L-eo5ain pe heB 7 piDomno 
epenn uile, -do mapbao La TTlaeL-SeRainii, mac TTlic 
U)clainn 7 La hCCpTisal, mac ITlic LocLainn (iiwn,' mao 
•oo'ii ITtaeL-SefLumn y\n'). CCpcsaL -Dono pein vo 
mapboD Tio hUa tleiLL ic a mapboD annpein. — In 
cimptmac, hUa Coinnecen, opTxiLLam Tuaipce^ijpc epenn 

' ■(toinaii.UiTi, A. • itn, B. « itl., t. h., A ; ipn epjiac, 0. m., t. b., 
B; ■■inUiiíLeiit," C. ■'-lill,, t.b., A; niui]iiepraí, ilL. t " ~' 
"MnrUgh," C. ' (realUi aiiiena in ci)ib) tio niiU.iuó— («10«. . 
thurelíeto/lAeírrriloiy)tí!tre(UÍ.,tolit)áfipo^,aáded, B ; (bnowedtyQ[ 
TbB fatai objecliou to Ihia reading u tbe introdactioti of a 
betwtentwolniiioatiTOB. "itL.n. t. h., A; otn., B, C. =■« 
A ; om., B, C. 

*.Uiía Ciiían, <lt.—ltit'hB JÍip. 
Jlib. (ii. IB) Do menUon ia mnde of 
MiuchBdh O'Conor. De Cogui ia 
caid to hava had 10 lcnights and 
BOO men, Tlie GonuaugbtmeD 
buTD»d citiea, lovna, charabet and 

Buoh proTiuoog as tbif i 
able to conceaL They 11 
cast down cmcifixea aod ii 
of Ssints in preaence o( th« ei 
The ÍnraÍdiDg foroe adTanced aa 
far ta Taam. Tbere Ít mnained 



(namely, chíef of Clann-Diarmata) and GiUa Mac Liac Ua 
Donngaille, chief of Fir-Droma, and wherein was wounded 
with arrows Domnall Ua [FJlaithbcrtaigh — and he died 
of those woiinds in the monastery [of Canons Regular] 
of Paul [and Peter] in Ard-Macha, after partaking of the 
Body of Christ and after his anointing — and whereín 
were kílled many other nobles. ííow, Conchobur Ua 
Cairella[i]n before that (namely, in the Spring) inflicted 
defeat upon the Cenel-Eogain and upon Ua Maeldoraidh ; 
where a great number of the Cenel-Eogain were killed, 
around the son of Mac Sherraigh and around many nobles 
besides. — Milo Cogan* with his knights was taken by the 
80n of Ruaidhri (namely, Murchadh) Ua Conchobhuir to 
SrOS-Comain to destroy Connacht, for evil^ towards his 
father. The Connachtmen, however, immediately burned 
Tuaim-da-gualann and the churches of the country besides, 
for evil* towards the Foreigners and they inflicted defeat 
upon the Foreigners and drove them by force out of the 
country. Moreover, Ruaidhri Ua Conchobuir blinded that 
Bon (namely, Murchadh) af terwards, in revenge of that 
expedition. — Aedh Ua NeiU (namely, " The lazy youth"®), 
king of Cenel-Eogain f or a time and royal heir of all Ire- 
land, was ^iQed by Mael-Sechlainn, son of Mac Lochlainn 
and by Ardgal, son of Mac Lochlainn (that is, son to that 
Mael-Sechlainn). But Árdgal himself was killed by Ua 
líeill at his [Ua Neill] being killed there. — The Timpanist^ 
Tla Coinnecen, arch-ollam of the North of Ireland, was 


eigbt day8 ; but, finding the land 
Toid of Bustenance, returned to the 
Shaxmon. In a wood close by the 
xÍTer, Eling Roderick was encoun- 
tered at the head of three large 
armie». A fierce conflict ensued. 
The EnglÍBh loet three, Rlew man^ 
of the enemj and escaped saíe to 
Dublin ! Credat Judaeue. 

^ Evil, — Plural in the original. 

^ Lazij youth. — So called, doubt- 
lesfl, hj antiphrasis. 

^ Timpanist. — For the Timpanist, 
8eo 0'Curry (^Manners and CustomSf 
etc., iii. 364 sq.) For the stringed 
instrument, the Timpan, see ib.f 
359 sq., and i dxxviii — ix. 



ccMMalcc ularoti. 

B Súa 

vo Tnapba'5 "oo Chenel-Conaill co n-a mnai 7 co n-a 
nunnnrep. — Sluo^o^ la liOoan^ t)o-Cuijit: 7 lafna picifiiC 
1 n-T)al-CCpai'oe, (7' ^u T)un-'Da-ler|;laf')» T) ap'matibrac 
T)oninall, mac nriic Caru|^ai§, fií T)al-CC[iai'5e. 'Cainic 
T)ono hBoan^ Wn cupup cecna 1 n-htlib-'CuijfiT:fii 7 1 
Pe)\aiC-Li, co |ioloi]x Cú-mi'5e bUa piainT) OCitireati- 
íllaigi fieínie 7 co poloij^crec Cuil-param 7 cealla im'Ba 
eile. íliall liUa Sailmpe-Baig, \ú pep-maigi-1ca 7 
Cheneoil-enna[i], t)o majiba'5 t)0 T)onnca'5 hUa Chaijfiel- 
la[i]n 7 T)o CLainn-T^iajimara, aji laji X)aijie Coluim- 
cille 7 T:ec* t)0 loj^ca'o aiji ann, co raims aj^ ama£, co 
jfiomajxba'D 1 n-T)ojiuj^ in raigi. X)ojioine T)ono *Oonn£a* 
htla Caijiella[i]n,^ coij^ec CLainni-T)iajimat;a, \^i jie 
CoLum-ciLle 7 jie muinnceji X)aij\e annj^ein rajfi a cenn 
j:ein 7 a mic 7 a oa : .iT)on,'' [a] maíncene péin rjiia bi€u 
7 a meic 7 a oa 7 a lajimoa co bjiaé T)o^ CoLum-ciLLe 7 
T)o mhuinnuefi T)aij^e 7 baiLe-biarais i^ pajijrva'5 *Oom- 
nai§-moiji. Ocuf mac-jiiaCac, iT)on, cojin ip pejfijiT)0^ 
boi 1 n-6jiinn, t)0 cabaijic t)o mhuinncejiT)aijrie 1* n-gilL 
j\e rjii pcxiB bó. Ocuf rec "50 T)enum T)o'n cLeijii«£, ijfHi 
zec jiolLoifce^ j:oji 11 a n-^aijimLe-^ais® 7 a cjio-^ uiLe vo 
ic PJX1J" T)oneoc jfio Loij^cj^eu i'mí. CLann-*Oiajfimaca 
imujfijia ajficenaT)0 '^enum fira raji a cenn pein. 

(Uiuianuf' CajiT)inaLip uenic in tlibejiniam. ^enu'^ 
cLejieac BjfiinT) 1 nT)-CCí-cLiaí cum tliuiano. — ConcuBaji 

*ceac, A. '— illan,B. *a,A. ^om., B. ^n-'gaitTn — , B. ^^ya 
laTimoa 7 a mainceíne vcin cp.ia biéu'oo — and 0/ hia posterity and hii &wm 
monastic service for ever to, B ; "which C foUowa. M n. t. h., A ; oiii.f 

o/ a Diatach (one who hdd hii 
land on condition of sappljingfood 
{biad) io thoee billeted upon him 
by the chicf). " A Balljbetagh was 
the tliirtieth part of a triocha cemdf 
or baronj. It oontained four 
^^ Bal1ybelaqh, — That is, townland quarters, or Beisreagha, eaoh siet- 

*ThÍ8 expedition is not mem- 
tioned by Cambrcneis. 

^ Monattic éerrice. — For the 
mainchine, or Monastic Serrice, see 
the SenclMs Mor {Bre?ton Lavps, 
iu. 36, 68). 



killed by tlie Cenel-Conaill withhiawifeandwithbispeople. [1177] 
— A hoHting* by Jolm De Cuurcy aod by the knights iato 
Dal-Araidhe (and to [/■ít/í', from] Dun-da-lethlas), on 
which they killed Domnall, grandson of Cathusach [Mac 
Duionsleibhe Ua Eochadha], Uiog of Dftl-Araidhe, More- 
over, .Tohn went during the same cspedítion ínto TJi-TnÍrtri 
and into Fir-Li, uniil Cu-Midho Ua Flaian burneii 
Airthir-Maíghi before him und lhey [John's forces] 
bumed Cuil-ruthaia and nian^ other churches, — Niall Ua 
Gailmrodhaigh, kin;i of the 5Ien of Magh-Itha and of 
CeneÍ-Ennaí, was kiiled by Donnchadh Ua Cairetla[i]n and 
by the Chinn-Diamiata. in the centre of Daire of Cohmi- 
cillc:and[it happened thua;] a house wus burned upon hini 
there, so that he came out from it [and] waa killed at the 
donr of the house. Ilowever, Donnchadh Ua CairelIa[i]o, 
chief of Clann-Diarmata, mado peace with Colura-ciUe and 
with the Comraunity of Daire thon, on behalf nf himeelf 
and hia son and his grand aona, — to wit, the monastie 
aervice* of himself for over and of his son and of his 
grandsons and of his posteritj to doom unto Colum-cille 
and unto tbe Communityof Daire and [to give] a bally- 
betBgV* in the neighbourhood of Domnach-mor. And 
" Tbe Gray Son," thut is, tho best goblet that was ia 
Ireland, was given to the Coramunity of Duire, in pledge 
for three acore cows. And [lie agrced] to make a houao for 
the cleric whose house waa burned upon Ua Gairmledhaigh 
and to pay him all tbe chattel that they burnod about 
him. The Clann-Diarmata also made peace on their 
own behalf. 

(Cardinal" VivÍanus" came into Ireland. ASynod"oí 
the clcrgy of Ireland along with Vivianus. — Concbubar" 

re4f(b coDtaiuing 120 aciea oC the | ÍQ tlie Aimah s/ Boi/li, with the 

íar^it iTinh measure" (O'Donuvui, | fulber's uame omitted fiom iha 

F.íf. iii. 27), secondenli^. 

"Catdinal: Cc.ncír<6or.— QÍTOH | " (Vl'íonní.— Cardinal priest uf 


ccNMaLcc uloroTi. 

niaeniViai'Be vo §aBail La aéaift, 17)011, la Ruai||ii htla 


]CaL lan. i.'p.,' l. ix., CCnno T)oniini ÍH.'* c.** lacx.** uin.* 
l'Don, ceu blia^am noiT)ecra[i]. Concobu|i, mac 
A63b Conallai^ htli Luiní^, "oo ^aBaiL rohfi^efea CeniuiL- 
TTlaien^ 7 X)oninalL, niac T)omnaiLL hUi S^iLni|ieT)ai|;, 
7)0 innaíiba['5] a 1Tlui|-h1ía i^ n-lnif-n-Bogain 'Docuin 
X)onncaDa htli T)uib'Diíinia. CeneL-íTlaien iniu|i|io ipn 
bLio'Bain cecna, i'Don, 1 cinn oen )iai€i, th) 'benaiíi a€coifi§ 
T)o niac ConaLLai§ 7 t)0 rabaipT: roij^i^ecra T)o T)oninaLt, 
mac T)oninaiLL. — niuinnrefi T)oninaiLL hUi ^cíitfn- 
|ieT)ai§, iT)on, mac ^^LLe-caic hUa n-eiT)epta 7 hUa 
[lLh]tannaca[i]n, t)o ma]iba'5 mic ConaLLai^hUi Luini^, 
ap Lap cip T)omnailL hlli ^^^iLmpe-Daic, 1 meBait 7 
haipcinnec na hOiinai'De^ mapoen pif ic a £oniaifice. 
CCéroii^ec T)ono t)0 'Benum vo T)omnatthtla5ctitmjfieT)ai§ 
7 Cenet-íTlaien t)o rabaijiT; roifi§ecra vo Huai'5fn hUa 
[ph^tairbefirai^. íTlebot imuppo vo 'Benum T)0 qfii 
macaiB htli [phjlairbeiiraig po^x Cenet-THoen 7 t)0 
Ctainn T)omnuitt «pcena. T)omnatt T)ono, mac T)om- 
naitt hlli ^aitmf\eT)ai§, T)o mapba^ inncip-be* 7 
'Ci7;epnan, mac Uo^naitt mic T)omnaitt 7 ocrufi 
tanbiarac t)o mairiC Cenc[oi]t-TTIoen majioen* |iiu. — Ra§- 

A.D. 1178. * Cencol-111aioan,A. -a, A. '— naiji, B. *a|voen,B. 
•-»blank space, A. ^ ipn nierwil pn— m that trfachery^ B ; •* in that 
murther," C (followiiigB). 

St. Stephen on the Coelian Mount 
and Papal Legate. Hoveden (in 
Bgreement with Benedict of Peter- 
borough) Btates that he spent tlio 
ChrÍBtmas of 1176 in Man with 
Quthred, the king. After the 
Epiphany he sct aail for Ireland 
and ianded at Dowu. On his way 
thence, along the coast, to Dublin, 

he was arreeted by the armj of De 
Courcy (and apparentlj broaght 
bHck to Down). John, howeTer, 
allowcd him to proceed and, at his 
request, liberated the bishnp o£ 
Down, who had been taken 
prisoner in the fírst battle of 



Maenmhaidhe was taken prisoner by his father, namelj [1177] 
by Buaighri Ua Conchobhair.) 

Xalends of Jan. on Ist fería, 9th of the moon, a.d. 
1178. Namely, the Ist year^ of the Decemnovennal 
[Cycle]. Conchobur, son of Conallach Ua Luinigh, took 
the chieftaincy of Cenel-Maien and Domnall, son of Dom- 
nall Ua Gailmredhaigh, was expelled from Magh-Itha 
into Inis-Eogain, to Donnchadh Ua Duibdirma. The 
Cenel-Maien, however, in the same year, namely, before 
the end of one quarter, deposed the son of Conallach and 
gave the chieftaincy to Domnall, son of Domnall. — The 
people of Domnall Ua Gailmredhaigh, that is, the son of 
"the blind gillie" Ua Eiderla and Ua [FJlannacain, 
killed the son of Conallach Ua Luinigh in the centre of 
the house of Domnall Ua Gailraredhaigh, in treachery and 
the herenagh of the Emaidhe [was] with him, protecting 
him. However, Domnall Ua Gailmredhaigh was deposed 
and Cenel-Maien gave the chieftainship to Ruaidhri Ua 
[FJlaithbertaigh. Nevertheless, a treacherous attack was 
made by the three sons of Ua [F]laithbertagh and the 
Clann-Domnall also upon the Cenel-Moien. Howbeit, 
Domnall, son of Domnall Ua Gailmredhaigh, was killed 
in that same [attack] and Tigheman, son of Raghnall, son 
of Domnall [was killed] and eight f uU biatachs of the 
nobles of Cenel-Moien along with them [were killed]. — 


^A Sjpwd, — Of bishops, held m 
I>iiblixi, acoording to CambrensÍD 
{Exp. Hib, ii. 11). The Legate (i^.) 
pToolaimed the ríght of the English 
king oTer Ireland and the papal 
oonfirmation thereof, and com- 
manded clergj and laity to submit, 
nnder threat of anathema. And, 
it being customarj (in time of war) 
for the Irísh to carrj proTÍsions 

for Bafetj to churches, he em- 
powered an English expeditionarj 
force, when victuala were not 
otherwise obtainable, to extract 
those found in churches, on pay- 
ment of a f air price ! 

1 178. 1 Ist ycar.— The Epact, ix., 
sufficientlj denoted the initial year 
of the Decemnovennal Cjde. 


ccMMa(/Cc utcroTi. 

nall, mac écmaficaig hUi Chaca[i]n, vo nia|iba'5 "00 Cenel- 

niaia[i]n i cofac in c-f aTÍifiai'5 fin. ConaD i n-a •DigaiL 

fi'5e 'DO|iocaip ^alac hUa iuínníg 7 ÍHuificefwxiS htla 

PeaT:a[i]n 7 n'' 'n-a 'oigail 'oopona'5 mebol Clainni-T>oni- 

naill, pofi Cenel-íTloen. — Ifin^ blia^^ain fin T>ono rainic 

mofigaiu crobuil, co jiotjpafcaifi bUy5* T)efiniaifi 'oo 

caillciB 7 'DO pi'5b(r5ai6 7 "00 |iail§il5 'oÍThópaiB p)f? láfi 

7 pop"^ lancalmain. Roqiafcaifi' T)ono fe® pi&ir® fialac, 

uel paulo pluf, 1 n-T)aipe Coluim-cil[L]e. — 1f** inncifin** 

T)ono TOiníc hOoan co n-a piinfiiB X)hun ap cp e6a5 co- 

machaipe-ConailLe, co n-T^epnfar:* aifgri ann* 7 cofiab- 

B 56b ouuf aiTCi iLLonspofc® 1 n-5LinT)-|fi§i. 'Cáinicimupfio*^ 

Tílufica'^ hUa CefiBaiLUpi CCifi§iaLL 7ínacT)uinnfLeiííet 

fi ULa-^, cu' n-ULLuaiB' cucu^^ in ai'5ce fin 7 rucfoc 

caeLca'5 t)oi6. Romebai'5 T)ono fx)fi ^cíLLaiB 7 fiocuifie'5 

T)ef gáfi f ofifiu. 'Cáinic T)ono in c-8eoan cecna afi cfiecaiB 

1 n-X)aL-n-CCfai'5e 7 1 n-hUilS-'Cuificfii. TTuc Txmo 

Cu-TTli'53 hUa pLainT), pi hUa-'Cuifitfii 7 pefi-Lí, 

raiLcac t)oiB. Romai-^ T)onó in caí fin pofi ^tt^l^lS 7 

focuife'5 a n-áfi- 

(CCmmuf* CuaLpií La hLlLrd 7 Lá ^aLLtt fofi 8ean vo- 

Cuifii:i.* — ^iLLa-Cfifi:^ hLla heo'5ai§, epifcopuf Con- 

líiaicne, quieuiu. — CCiíiLaiB hUa T)omnaLLa[i]n, oLLam 
Connacr^, quieuir.**) 

*iy^ (iti om.), A. ^bpxxDT), A. 'p|ii — again*t,'B, '.ui. XX. ir., A, B. 
®The iliaom., probably írom oversight, A. ^*>'Dono, B. "cuq,B; i.e.f 
q = cti, by an absurd Bcribal affectation of Latln. « Qq (|ioqfumxn|i) — 
So that {it prostrated)f B. <*-^ 1 pn bliax>ain pn — in that year, B ; " in that 
same yeare,** C. ««co iioaiixjfec niuinnceiia Im'óa — " that thej 8poyled 
many people[territorie8],"BandCre8pectively. ^''om., B, C. »-« n. t. h.» 
A ; om., B, C. *»*» f. m., n. t. h., A ; oín., B, C. 

^^Made an ontet upon them. — Lite- 
rally, gave an onset to them, 

^Defeat was injlicted, — This is 
the fourth battlo of Cambrensis. 
Quartum apud Uriol (Oirghialla), 
ubi multi quoque suorum iuter- 

empti et alii in íugam conTend 
{Exp, Hib,n, 17). 

* Fir-Li, — Cambrensis enone- 
ou8ly make8 this the third battle. 
Tertium erat apud Ferli, praedce 
captione, ubí, ob arctom viae 



Tlaghnall, son of Ecbraarcach TTa Catba[i]D, waa tilled by 
the Cenel-Maien in the beriinning of that suramor. So, 
in revengo of thnt, fell Galach TJa Luinifih and M uircertach 
Uu Peatain and it Ía in revcnge of it tho treocberous 
attíick of ihe sons of Domnall was mado upon the Cenel- 
Moiea. — It Í8 in that yeav also there oame a wonderful, 
violent wind which prostrated a verj' large portioo of 
wootis and forests and very great oaks fuU flat on the 
gTOund. It proatrated also six score oalcs, or a little 
raore, in Daire of CoIum-ciUe. — It is in that year 
Iikewise went Joba [De Courcv], with Lia knighta, 
pillaging frora Dun to the Plain of Couaille, so 
ihat they took maQy prevs therein aiid were a night in 
camp in Glenn-righi. Howbeit, Murchadh TJa CerhaiIIj 
kÍDg of Airgialla, and Mac Duinnslcibhe [Ua Eochadha]. 
king of TJIidia, with the TJIidinns camo upwith them thiit 
night and made an onset upon them.^ Thoreupou defeat 
was inflicted^ upon tho Foreigners and 8tark alaughter was 
pnt upou them. The same John, uotwithstandiag, weiit 
for prey8 into Dal-AraÍdhe and iuto Ui-Tuirtri. But 
Ca-Midhe Ua Flainu, king of Ui-Tuirtri and Fir Li*, 
mado an onset upon them^, Tbat battle also went againat 
the Foreigners and slaughter of thera was inflicted. 

(The attack of Cualnge^ [was gained] by UlÍdians and 
by Foreignera over tlohn Db Courcy. — GÍIla-Crist^ Ua 
hEodhaigh, bishop of Conraaicni [Ardagh], resteil. — 
AmhIíubh''Ua DomnalIa[i]n, ollam of Connacht, rested.) 

icuatxiit, aliir* 

c parn JolisiiDÍB 

Yti Júlinnni nndeeim militea 
saperBtitesadhnEHiaBent. IpBSTcro 
. . . per trí^iata stiidia ae ab 
honUii multitudíno coutÍQue d<>fen- 
dendo, equÍH amiuiÍH, uaquo 

ejuni, Bnnftti, peditee, 
n menioriaque dignisfii- 

• Attacl: o/ Cun'ffM,— This ÍH the 
GrBt defeat nentioned in the Gaal 
original eutry of the prsgout jear. 

" GiHa-CrM ; AmlaM.—Oiven Ín 
Annalj of Iiayli ; the seoond ii 

duobua diebua et the Fouc Mastera aUo. 


ccMMaLa uLoroti. 

A58o lCaL lan. ii.*p.,*l. ocx., CCnfio TDomini 1Tl.'c."lxac.*ix.* 
l'Don, [in] "O-afia blia^ain T)o íloi'oe&Da, in* ^íiep blia^ain 
potibifeoc^8i'5 T)0^enuni •polDhonnca'b htlaCaipellGi[i]n 
7 7)0 Clainn-lDiafiniaca uile fie Cenel-TTloien* 7 |ii hlla 
n-S<íilmfie'Dai§,iT)on,fii hCCmlaim, macTllenma[i]n,*iTKni, 
T)efibfia€aifi mna IDonnoaía hlli Caifiella[i]n, aji lofi 
cempaill CCfiT)a-ffiaéa, ima minnaiB *Oomnai§-moifi 7 
na h6finai-5i 7 CCfiT)a-i^f^a€a. hlla S<^ilmfie'5aig T)ono 
T)0 uaiT^ecx ifin loo^ afi nabaftac t)o ^abail T^tiilli'5 flan* 
co T^ec T)onncaía hlli Caif^eUa[i]n. íriebol áinfMal tx> 
T)enum pofi^ laf^ m aif^ecria 1 n-T)0f^uf^ T;ai§i hlli Caifiil- 
la[i]n, 1 f:i(r5nu[i]f^e a T)e|it3fe€afi pein,* iT)on, mna 
T)onnca'5a: iT)on, ufiiafi va muinncefi vo mofibo^ 
mafioen fiif pein, iT)on, Cinaeé, inac CCific (it)oii, 
Lanbia€ac)htli bpaca[i]n7 macSill^-Ciiifxmic Cofimaic, 
mic HeoT)a[i]n, iT)on, T^epbcomalca vo T)onnca'5 hlla 
Caifiella[i]n. — CCfiT)-TTlaca vo lofca'^ ex maiofii* pafiue : 
iT)on, na huile peiclef^a 7 in[n]a huile cempailL fio- 
barafi* ann, uiLe t)0 Lo]X)a'5,* cenmoéa fieicLef^ bfii^ 7 
rempoLL na pef^ca. — hUa Ruaíaca[i]n, fii hUa-n-ecac, 
T)o ec T)o gaLafi cfii n-ai'oce laix n-a innapba^'^] 7 lafi 
f'afiu^u'5 Canoine pacf^aic vo gafi fioime. — CeaLLaOifie- 
hBosain o 8hLeib pa'^ef vo poLiíiu§u'5 cfiia 000^*5 7 cfiia 
T)ocmaT:ai'5 ifin bLia'^ain fin. — 5^Lla-T)omnai5 hUa 
Pafianna[i]n,^ aificinnec CCfiT^a-pfiaéa 7 íriaeL-Tlluifie, 

A.D. 1179. 1— TTlaiati, A. 'TTletimaieti, B. 'loa, A. *lcm(f om.), 
A. 'ati — ofi, B. 'maiofie, B. ^V^op, — , B. ^blank8pace, A. *>*om., 
A. « T)ono — indeed — added, B. <* om., A ; C follows B. •-•om., B, C. 

1 1 79. ^ Inhospitable. — as8embly. — 
" A filthy murther committed in 
midest of the congregacion," C. 

* Three. — Himself, perhaps, and 
tbe two licre mentioned. 

' Church of the relics. — This 
church is twioo mentioned in 
the Book of Armagh. First, in 

connexion with the donation of 
the place by Daire to St. Patrick. 
Dedit [Daire] illi [Patricio] looom 
aUum in inferiori terra, ubi nono 
est Fertae Martyrum [Hhrine of the 
rclics] iuxta Ardd-Aíachae (FoL 6d). 
Sccondlj, in oonnexion with the 
Sundaj prooessioD : in Alto- Jííi«Am 


Xalends of Jan. on 2n(i feria, 20th of the moon, a.d. [1179] 
1179. Nameljr, the 2nd of the Decemnovennal [Cjrcle], the 
3rd year above a Bíssextile. Peace was made by Donn- 
chadh XTa Cairella[i]n and by all Clann-Diarmata with the 
Cenel-Moien and Ua Qalmredhaigh: namely, with Amlaim, 
8on of Menman, that is the brother of the wife of 
Donnchadh Ua Cairilla[i]n, in the centre of the 
church of Ard-sratha, upon the relics of Domnach-mor 
and of the Ernaidhe and of Ard-sratha. Thereupon Ua 
Qailmredhaigh came on the morrow, to receive additional 

sureties, to the house of Donnchadh Ua Cairilla[i]n. In- 
hospitable treachery^ was committed in the midst of the 
a8sembly,^ at the door of the house ofUa Cairilla[i]n, in 
the presence of his [Amlaira's] own sister, namely, the 
wife of Donnchadh : that is, three- of his [Amlaim's] 
people were killed along with himself, namely, Cinaeth 
(that is, a full Biatach), son of Art Ua Braca[i]n 
and the son of GiUa-Crist, son of Cormac Mac 
Beodain, to wit, the very foster-brother to Donnchadh 
Ua Cairella[i]n. — Ard-Macha was burned for the greater 
part : that is, all the houses of Canons Regular and all the 
churches that were in it, all were burned, savc tho house 
of the Canons Regular of Brigit and the church of the 
Relics.' — Ua Ruadhacain, king of Ui-Echach, died 
after three nights' iUness, af ter his expulsion and after his 
profanation* of the Canon of Patrick a short time bofore. 
— ^The churches of Tir-Eogain from the mountain south- 
wards were desolated through war and through dearth in 
that year. — Gilla-Domnaigh^ Ua Faranna[i]n, herenagh of 

«d Sarg^agum Martyrum (glossed 
on the marg^ du ferti martur — to 
the thrine \lit, g^ve] of the relics) 
«deundam ab eoque reTertendum 
(FoL 21d). 

* Projanation. — Thifl took placc, 
probablj, hj brealdng an engago- 

ment ratificd hy oath on the Book 
of Armagh, ancientlj called the 
Canon of Tatrich, 

* Gilla-Domnaigh, — Devotee of 
Sundat/ *, i.e., one zealous for the 
obsenrance of that day. 


atiMccla uLoDti. 

tnac Silla-Cumam, fecnapin baile cecna[i], in Ch|iifr3C> 
qtneuefium:. — Colman* hUa 8cannla[i]n, aificinneaS 
Cluane, niopT:u[u]f efr." — Cluane® 7 CCiiT)-rpaéa 7 
Domnac-mófi 7 in[T)] CCifinai'oe vo polmugU'S t)0* pefiaiB 
ínui|i-l€a. — Woenenac,* mac in pifilei§inn, Ua 'Couoit)^ 
T^oipec Clainne-pn^in 7 a n-ai|icinnec a|i£ena 7 a 
comuiplec, mopT^u[u]r eyz* 

(Ha^nall,' mac ITIic Ra|nailL, rx)ifeac 1TlainTn|ii- 
hColaif, occifUf efc. — 'Cuaéal hUa Connaccai^, 
epifcopuf Chipi-bpium, quieuic. — 8neacca namupehoc 

BóocrBia.] 1^^^ ^^"- ^^^* í»* ^* ^' ^"'^o "Domini ÍTI.'* c." laxcx.' 
^iUa-in-CoimT)e'D^ hUa^ Capa[i]n, comapba parpaic, vo 
éc. — íriac WeilL htla CoeTÍia[i]n t)0 mapba* vo 
Dhonnca-D ÍHac CaémaiL 7 a iTiapba^ pein ann. — 
Ra^nalL hlla CaipeLLa[i]n vo mapba-o t)o CeneL-ÍTIoen 
i^ n-emec CoLuim-ciLLe ap* Lap TDaipe.^ — TTlac CCinT)iLif 
AfiSd ^^^ T)ocupT:ai§ t)0 mlapba-o vo mac THasnup^a] hUi 
CeLlaca[i]n.*' — ÍHac-Cpaié hUa T)ai§pi, aipcinnec 
"Daipe, T)o éc. — T^onnca-o htla CaipeLLa[i]n t)0 mapba'5 
T)o CeneoL-ConaiLL Tjpia mipbuiLCoLuim-ciLLe. — CCinT)iLep 
hUa t)ocapcai§ vo ec 1 n-T)aipe CoLuim-ciLLe. 

(Cctí'* na ConcuBap, iT)on, ConcuBap ÍTIaenmui'De, mac 

'— íio, B. *o — ^y, B. '■' n. t. h., A ; om., B, C. 

A.D. 1180. iCoiTTTDeé, B. *0, A. »0, A. •^blanlc spaoe, A 
^^ om., A ; '* in the middest of Dyry," C. «-«om., B, C. 

^ Maf/h'Jiha. — C adds : '*aud 
0*Moltoray [Ua Maeldoraidh] at 
DrQmchey [Drumcliabh, Drum- 
cliff]. They burnt Esdara th- 
roughlj aiid tumed agaioe to Con- 
aght ; tLey went into their houldings. 
Conaght and Mounstermen setc 
uppon thcm aud killed most of 
them and the Galla [Foreigners, 

i.e. Englísh]leftthecountryforcibljr 
with 8ome bickering. — And 0*Cuin*B 
daughter, queen of Monnster, 
pylgrimaging at Dyry [Denj"), 
djed, with overccming the dÍTell 
and the world. * 

The oríginal of the foregoing is 
the concluBÍon of 1188. Magh^Itha 
Í8 the last word on B 55b. The 



Ard-sratha and Mael-Muire, son of Gilla-Cumain, více- [U79] 
abbot of the same place, rested in Cbríst. — Colman Tla 
Scanla[i]n, herenagb of Cluaín [-Umha], died. — Cluane 
and Ard-sratba and Domnach-mor and tbc Ernaidbe were 
desolated by the Men of Magh-Itha.® — Noenenach Ua 
Touaid, son of the Lector, chief of the Clann-Finghin and 
tbeír herenagh besidí^s and their counsellor, died. 

(Raghnall, eon of Mac RagbnaiU, chief of Muinnter- 
Eolais, was slaiu. — TuatbaF Ua Connachtaigb, bishop of 
Tir-Briuin [Enaghdune], rested. — ** The snow of the 
destruction " ^ [fell] this year). 

Xalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, Ist of the moon, a.d. [llsoBís.] 
1180. QiUa-iij-Coimdedh^Ua Cara[i]n,successorof Patrick, 
died. — The son of Niall Ua Coema[i]n was killed by 
Donnchadh Mac Cathmail and [Donnchadh] bimself was 
killed therein.2 — Raghnall Ua Cairella[i]n was killed by 
tbe Cenel-Maien in tbe centre of Daire, in reparation to 
Colum-ciUe.^ — The son of Aindiles Ua Dochurtaigh was 
killed by the son of Magbnus Ua Cellaca[i]n. — ^Mac- 
Craith Ua Daigbri, herenagh* of Daire, died. — Donncbadh 
Ua Cairella[i]n was killed by tbe Cenel-Eogain through 
miracle of Colum-ciUe. — Aindiles Ua Dochartaigh died in 
Daire of Colum-ciUe. 

(The battle^ of the Concbubbars : namely, CoDchubhar 

iranslaior turned nver two folios 
and began with 66c. ** Houldings*' 
arose from mistalEÍng the local 
name 8egdai$ for tegdaia. " Some 
bickering '* is also wrong. 

' Tuathal. — Given in the 


*0/ the destruction. — C/. perdi- 
disti— ro múris (L. B. 43b). The 
reading in the Annals o/ Boyle \é 
na nemi (0'Conor*8 » anemi) — o/ the 
vtnom, The snow was doubtless so 

called from the great loss of life and 
propertj caused thereby. 

1180. 1 Oilla-in- Coimdedh. — De- 
votee o/the Lord, 

2 Therein. — That is, ia the aot of 

'/n reparation to Colum-ciUe. — 
*' Being uppon Columkiirs proteo 
cion ! " C. 

*Rerenagh, etc. — " Archdeane of 
DvTj, kylled," C. 

'^The battle. — Abridged appar- 
ently from the Annals o/ BoyU, 



aMMaLcc uLaroíi. 

tluai§Tii hUi Choficubaip 7 Concobufi htla CeaLlaig, T)tf 
1 T:oficaiyi Concobufi hUa Ceallai§ 7 a mac, iDon, Xmv^ 
7 aT)efibyia€aifi, i'oon, IDiapnriuiT^ 7 mac *OiafimoT)a, iT^on^ 
THael-SeacLainn 7 mac 'CaiT)^ htli Concobuijfi, iT)on, 
cLiamuin. — ^iLLa-Cfiipc, mac tTlic CafifiT)amna, caifec 
ITluinncifii tTlaiL-Shinna, occifuf^ ©T^-*) 

lCaL lan. u.' p.,* U ocii., CCnno T)omini TH.*' c' Lxocx." 1." 
CCe-D TTlac íriufica'Da, fiigéoii^c íriuinnTOfii-bifin 7 
CCificefi 7 in 'Cfii£a-cec, vo mafiba'o t)o TTlac Tnaugamna 
1 mebaiL aifiecca. — Ipn** bLia-Dain fi T)ono*' fiobfiif* 
pLaiébepcac hUa TTlaeLT)Ofiai'D,iT)on,fií CeneoiL-ConaiLL,^ 
caí pofi macaiB fii§ Connacc, iT)on, *0ia-8a€aif\n 
Censcipf^ 7** fiomafibaT) imopfio* yé^ meic fii§ T)éc vo 
macaiB fiig Connacx ann* 7 T^efi^áfi Connacc aficena. — 
8Lo5a'D La "DomnaLL, mac CCe'ba hUi LocLainn 7 La 
CeneL-n-Go^ain "CoLca-óac 1 n-LlLraiB 7 T)obfiireT)Ufi car 
afi ULLcaiB 7 afi hUib-Cuifirpi 7 afi pefiaiB-Li um' 
Tluai'&fii TnacT)uinnpLeiBe7 im Coin-TDi^e hUaphLaínT). 
— Cf^eac^ mofi La pefiaiC TTIaigi-hlra im Ca€a[i]n 
iT)on, Bcmaficac 7 CeneL-m-binni§ 5^inne, co n-T)ecacufi 
rafi Cuaim 7 cofiaifigT^euafi phifiu-lí 7 hUa-Cuifiqii 7 
gu fiu^parufi iLmiLe t)o buaiB.^ — ComaLcac hUa Con- 
cobaifi vo §aBaiL comut\bu[i]f parfiaic 7 co n-T^efina'B* 
cuaif^T; CeneoiL-Bo^ain Leif,^ co jxuc cuaipx; moip** 7 co 
ruc bennacTOin papiB.' 

<*•<* n. t. h., A. ; om.» B, C. 

A.D. 1181. ^ Cenel — , A. ' .iií., A, B. 'im, B. *n-'Deinnai'6— 
hetnadt,B. ••*blank spaoe, A. »'-»' om., B, C. "•oono — intf^ií— added, 
B. ^ Ttú in — a place in which^ B ; followed by C. • om. (being unne« 
cessarj, in oonsequence of the reading' in the precedingnote), B, C. ' om., 

' GiUa' Crist. — Given in the Á nnah 
of Boyle. The t wo addítional entries 
are reproduced in the Four Masters. 

1 181. * Cantred. — In the original, 

Tricha-cet: for which see 1106, note 
4; 1177, notelO. 

^ Battle.^FoT a fuUer aooount, 
see the Annalt ofZ/och Ct (fld. a».). 



líaenmhuidhe, son of Ruaíghri TJa Conchubair and Con- 
chobur TJa Ceallaigh, wherein f ell Conchobuir TJa Ceallaigh 
and his son, that is, Tadg and his brother, namely, Diar- 
muid and the son of Diarmuid, namely, Mael-Sechlainn 
and the son of Tadg XJa Chonchobuir, that is, the son-in- 
law. — GiUa-Crist,® son of Mac Carrdamna, chief of Muinn- 
ter-Mail-Sinna, was slain.) 


Xalends of Jan. on 5th feria, 12th of the moon, a.d. 
1181. Aedh Mac Murchadha, royaI chief of Muinnter- 
Bim and the Airthir and the Cantred,^ was killed by Mac 
Mathgamna in treachery, at a raeeting. — In this year also 
Flaithbertach XJa Maeldoraidh, namely, king of Cenel- 
Conaill, gained a battle^ upon the sons of the kings of* Con- 
nacht, that is«, on the Saturday of Pentecost [May 23] and 
there were killed indeed sixteen sons of kin2:s of the sons 
of king8 of Connacht and [there was] 8tark slaughter of 
Connacht besides. — A hosting by Domnall, son of Aedh 
Ua Lochlainn and by the Cenel-Eogain of Telach-oc into 
Ulidia and they gained a battle over the Ulidians and over 
Ui-Tuirtri and over Fir-Li, around Huaidhri Mac Duinn- 
sleibhe [Ua Eochadha] and aroundCu-Midhe Ua Flainn. — 
A great foray by the Men of Magh-Itha around O'Citthain, 
namely, Echmarcach and by the Cenel-Binnigh of the 
Glenn^ until they went past Tuaim [on the Bann] and 
harried Fir-Li and Ui-Tuirtri and took away many 
thousands of cows. — Tomaltach Ua Conchobair assumed 
the succession of Patrick* and the circuit of Cenel-Eogain 
was made by him, so that he took away large circuit 
[cess] and gave a blessing *to them. 


The Annals of Inni^fallen merelj 
uj: "A battle between the Con- 
nachtmen and Cenel-Eogain ; " the 
AnnaU of Boffh, with Btill greater 

brevitf: " the battle of the royal- 

^Succession ofPatrich. — That Í8, 
he was made archbiahopof Annagh, 


awMala uLaroli. 

(T)0TnnaU« hlla CeiniieiT)is, txi tl|i-ínuman, occifUf 
[efc]. — T)onnfleiBe ^a-opa, fii Sleibe-Lugu, occifUf 
[efr]. — IDoninall hlla Concenainn, pi hUa-n-'Diaíiniaca, 
occifUf [epr]. — OCcan hlla pallaííiain, caife£ Clainni- 
Ua'Dac, mopiruirt-- Ca€ na in^Domna, 'ou i tx)|icpcrDa|i T)a 
mac 'Coiff'oelbais hUi Concobaifi, i-oon, bfian Luignec 
7 lllagnuf 7 cpi meic CCe'5a, mic 'Coipf'Delbais tl[i] 
Concobuif , i-Don, Íílael-Secnaill 7 ííluifecac 7 TTluif- 
cefrac ev cecefii.') 

lCal. lan. ui'. f'.,L ocx. 111., CCnnoT)omini ni.**c.°lx3KK.Mi.' 
Sluaga-D la "Oomnall hUa Loclainn co T)un-mbó 1 n- 
T)al piarai 7 caí vo rabaipx: vó^ vo 5'i«Uai6 annfein 
7 mai'Dm fop' Cenel-n-eosam 7 RagnalL bpeiflen -do 
mapbai) ann 7 SíUci-Cfiifc Ca€a[i]n 'DO** mafba& ann** 
ev aln mulci. Ocuf 8ofcela Tllafcain t)o bf[e]i€ vo 
^hallait) leó. 

(T)omnair hlla htlaUaca[i]n, afoepfcop TTIuman, 
quieuic. — TTlili'D ^occan 7 Tlemonn 7 Cenn-cuilin'D 7 'Da 
mac Sceimin ex; alii mulrii occifi funx;. — TTlai'Dm peim 

»•« D. t. h., A ; om., B, C. 

A.D. 1182. *■• blank spaoe, A. ^t)oiB — to them, B, C. « 0^1 — on, B. 
^-^ om., B, 0. e-cn. t. h., A ; ora., B, 0. 

in Buccession to Ua Carain, who 
died in the previous year. 

* Donmdll ; Donnsltibhe. — Given 
in the Annals of Bot/le (ad an.), 

» The battle, eíc— This rcfers to 
the sccond original entry of the pre- 
seut year. The naines agree with 
those in the Annah ofl^ch Ce. 

1182. ^Qosptl of Martin,—See 
under 1166, note 2. On the pre- 
Heut occasion, it was most probablj 
bome in battle as a Cathaehf or 
praliator, to ensure victory to the 
native forces, 

^DomnaU', Milo \ Adefeat.—The 

three entries aro in the AnnaU of 

' Milo Cogan. — Mac Geoghegan 
in hi8 Annalt, at 1181, BayB : 
"Mile8 Gogan, Beymond Dela-» 
grosa, Keann-koylean and the two 
sons of Fitz Stephena were killed 
by Mac Tyer, prinoe of Imokoylle'' 
{recte, Ui-Liathain]. 

Cambrensis writes: Milo, Milo- 
nisque gener nuper effectuB, Radol- 
phus, Stephanidae fiílios, versat 
IJsmoriae partes profecti, oum in 
campis nedentes oolloqaiam cum 
Waterf ordenaibus expectaaecnt ; a 


(Domnall^ Ua Ceinneídig, fcingof Ormond, was slain. — [1181] 
Donnsleibe^ O'Gadhra, king of Sliab-Lughu, was slain. — 
Domnall Ua Concenainn, king of Ui-Diarmata, was slain. 
— ^Acan Ua Fallamhain, chief of the Clann-Uadach, dies. — 
The battle^ of the royal-heirs, wherein fell two sons of 
Toirrdelbach Ua Concobair, namely, Briain of Luighni 
and Magnus and three sons of Aedh, son of Toírrdelbach 
Ua Conchobuir, that is, Maei-Secnaill and Muirethach and 
Muircertach and others.) 

Ealends of Jan. on 6th feria, 23rd of the moon, a.d [ii82] 
1182. A hosting by DomnaU Ua Lochlainn to Dun-mbo 
in Dal-riatai and battle was there given by him to the 
Foreígners and defeat [was inflicted] upon Cenel-Eogain 
and E.aghnall Ua Breislein was killed there and GKlla- 
Crist Ua Catha[i]n was killed there and many others 
[were killed]. Andthe QospeP of [St] Martinwas carried 
o£E with them by the Foreigners. 

(Domnall^ Ua hUallachaiii,archbÍ8hop of Munster^rested. 
— ^Milo^ Cogan^ and Kemonn^ and Cenn-cuilind^ and the 
two* Fitz Stephens and many others were sJain. — ^A defeat^ 

proditore Machtiro, qni eos ea noctQ 
hospitari debuerat, cnm aliiB qoin- 
qne militilms, improvisÍB a tergo 
Becnrinm ictfbns snnt interempti 
{Exp. Hib. iL 20). 

For the fsmilj of Mectire, see 
1199, note 1, tupra ; for his alleged 
treacherj, O'Donorsn {F. M, iii. 
61, note e). 

^ Bemonn, — Giraldns (E^. Uih. 

Ua-Liathain, Castleljrons]. He 
places it after the arrival of prince 
John. Bnt, as his dates are nnre' 
liable and the place accords, iZn- 
nmndu», we maj condnde, ÍM the 
Remonn of the text. 

» Cenn-Cmiind,—HoUy'}utad, Thís 
can hardlj be the JieímunJu$ 
Caniitvntnáis of Cambrensis, whofie 
death is said to have occorred in 

ii 35) mentions the death Rtimundi : Ossorj, apvd 0$9iriam \Exp, Hib, 
Hugonidae [Titz Hngh] apud '• íl Zr»]. ^ÍUr UHT,. 
OUthan [Ui-Liathaín, the baronies * Tu:o, — CambreDfíii namea boi 
of Barrjmore aod Eínnatalloon, co. i one, Badnlph (Exp, Hih, ii 7ff). 
Cork. The name lives ín Caisieam • 



R,uaTÚrii MJa Concobuip 7 peim Concobnp TnaenmHili 
p)fi 'Oonnca^, moc 'OomnaiU miTiis 7 pop fiUa TTlael- 
■DOtMii'5. ubi mulci cecíTiepuní;.') 

]CaL lan. 1111.' p.^ 1.1111-, CCnno'Domim Tn." c."1j3xe."iii.' 
T^acun icifi in' J5''-l^'n''ibnc hlla piaicbeiicais^ 7 mac 
A6ta ''^' S^al'^"ire^«'fe I 7 [pblUníbeTicaic tw mapbcro 
ann 7 •opem vo Cemul-TTloen* th) mapbaíi ann. 

(OpTMsTemplapiorium 7 hoppicalapiopiim conppma- 
cup.'' — "Oonnca-o," mac "Oomnaill miT)iE, occipuf [eix-]— 
^ilLa-lpa htla mailin, erptic maip-eó, mopicup.— 
Cosofi mop ecep Uuai'opi blla Concobuip 7 a mac, nwn, 
Concobup Tnaenmuisi.') 

[bij-.] lcat. lan. i. f., Lx.u., CCnno "Domini m.°c.„ Ixxx. 
*Deic caiji pcn;' -00 maiéi5 TTluinncept CCpwi-TnaJ 
apgoin Tio SballoiE na mi6e. — TTIael-li'U hlla CejibaiU 
■00 jabail comupbuip poqiHic lap n-a ■pagbait ■00 
atcac hUa Concobuip. — CCpT: liUa mael-[Sh]eftainn,'' pi 
lapcaip mí'fce.Tio mapba'6 1 meBait apepait ^alL IHaGl- 
Seclainn bec tm gabaiL piíii 1 n-a inat). — CaipteL 
■D'[p]acuíu'5 La Ja'-taiB i Citt-p«ip. — Caipcet oile w) 
miLLiu-D ta Tnaet-Sectoinn 7 ta Concobup Tnaenmoi^ 
hUa Concoboip co rocaiíe moip th) JíbatLaií am>. 


Tibaitt 1 
17:0™- I 

nn.'' ni ' 

A.D. 1133. 

space, A. '^''5; 

A.D. 1184. 

iti.A. 'UtiÉ-ÍV 

., A,B. 

, B. ' CheneoHTIoeaii, A 
B, C. "11. t.b., A; ns 
(Cipfitnrifii, A. 

1183. ' OiSa - riaiAoíA. — TAe 

tumnhf yiHit. 

» Tht Ordtr, ttc. — Th« entty 
fwhjch Ifteivue occuTB ÍD Olj^'í 
AnnBli, Off. in.) i« a ■trange jumble 
of Brrors. The Ocder of Templws 
wu oonfimed bj tho Connoíl of 
Troyeaínll2S. Arnaud da Torogc. 
the eighth Oraud Uastcc, rulcd 


Tlie Oider of tbe Hospitallen 
oíSt. John (tl<e Baptiet) of Jera. 
wlein was confinood by rop« 
PftMihal IL ÍQ 1113. Roger dtfl 
MoulÍBs, tbc sevetith Onuid 
MwjteTigavernGdtrani 1 177 tollST. 

The earlicat uotioea of the Orders 
in Anglo.Irish doDoniente an per- 
haps the grHnt by King John ( July, 
119!)) of poMeedoiu is IteUnd U 


^waa inflicted] by Ruaidiirí Ua Conchobnir and by Conco- [1182] 
bur Maenniuighi upon Donncbadb, son of Domnall the 
Midian and upon Ua Maeldoraidb, wbere niany fell.) 

Xalends of Jan. on 7tb feria, 4th of Ihe moon, a.d. [USS] 

1 183. A contest [took place] between the GÍlla-riabbacb' 
Ua Flaithbertaigb and tbe son of Tla Gailmredbaigh and 
0[F]laithbertíiigh M'as killed there and a party of tba 
Cenel-Moien waa killcd tbere. I 

(TbeOrder^of Templars andHoapitallers ia con£rmed. 
— Donncbadh.^ son of Domnali thc Midian, was alatn. — 
Gilla-Iau^ Ua MaíIÍn, bisbop of Magh-Eo, diea, — Gíreat 
war' betweea Huaidhri Ua Concobuir and hie bou, namely, 
0(Hicobur Maenmuigbi.) 

Ealends of Jan, on Ist feria, 15th of the moon, a.d. [ugtBij.) 

1184. Thirty bousea of the principal members' of the 
Conmiimitj of Ard-Macha were pillaged by tbe Foreignera 
of Meath. — Mael-Isu Ua CerbaiU [biahop of Clogher] took 
tlie succession of Patrick, after it waa laid aside by Tomal- 
tach Ua Concbobair. — Art Ua Mael-Sechlainn, king ol tbe 
Weat of Meath, was killed by direction of the Foreigners. 
Mael-Sechlainn tbe Little took the Idngship in bis 
stead.— A castle* waa built by the Foreigners in Cell-fair. 
— Anotber castle waa deatrojed by Mael-Secblainn and by 
Concbobur Maenmaigbi Ua Conchobair, witb a large 
number of Foreignera therein. 

the Hnigbts TBmpIus «od s grant 
b; the BBme (June, 1200) of a 
cboiter of tibertie» to the Hoig'bts 
Hotpitallers {taleudar nf Doeu- 
mnili rtloling (o IrilaHií, Vol. L 
Hm. 85, 12U|. 

Dmndiatlli ; GiQn'Imi ; Great war. 
— ThMt thne itema ue enoneoualjr 
inMited in thia plue. Soe them 

' Principal ntmhen, — Lite- 

Tallj, good (nwn), Por maHhibh 
the FoHF Mastera h&re ToighaU)h 
aimhdaighíhi, whiob Wema inean- 
iiigles». O'Donoran tTacslaluii it 
" of tho best housee," wbiah ia not 
the aeiue of tha original. 

1 Catlli. — ThLa, moet probahlf , ia 
the caMÍilluM de KUair, whicb 
Cambrecma atatea woe bnilt bj 
De Laoy (in 1182). (&/. /Ttí, 


o 2 


ailHCtUC ULCTDtl. 

(■Donticcrft,' mac "OoinnnilL trimif;. ocwfiif [efc]- — 
^iLla-lru lilln minliii, 6fpuc fTliii|i-eo, mopiciip. — 
Cosfffe moTi ecep HuaiBpi fiUa ConcoBoip 7 ainuc, iwn, 
Concobup inaeTiniiiisi- — bpian bpeipiec, niac 'Coipp- 
T>elbai§hUi Concobaip, mopicup. — ^piuni! hUaPnimtca, 
caipec CLainm-Tiriupca'oa, mopicup. ) 

] p, l.xx- 111., CCnno'Domini TTl.'' c.°ljxr.'' o.* 
TTlen'Tnop (njon.'Tiaipmer ) ipin bLiaíain picocoiccenn. 
— piLip Uini'eppa' co n-SaLLaiG Cpern ime 1 i)-CCpT>- 
TTlacíi co cenn pé* La 7 yé n-oiíce i ceprmefion in 
Chop^aip. — IXiTiLnim hUa lHuipecail, eppcop lXpT)[a]- 
cuaic 7 ecLaip, in Chpipco quieuic, 1* ii-"Oun'-Cpiicnat 7 
a íabaipc co honopac co 'Oaipi CoLuim-ciLLe 7 a oíniicaL 
po copaiB a afap, itioti, in* eppuic hUi CoBéai^ (iMn,'' 
1 coeB in cempaiLL'' bicc'), occogofimo'' perco [a]ecacip 
pu[a]e anno.* pogupcac hUa CepbaLla[i]n -00 CeniuL- 
eLLamia tk) oipTitie'D 1 n-a incro. — giLLa-CpiiT TTTac 
CacmaiL, pi^oipec CeneoiL-peapaoai§ 7 iia Cloiin. (iTmn* 
CLann-Oengupa^ Clann-'OuiBinnpecc 7 CLann-phogup- 
caié') 7 hUa-Cenn[i;]acn'' 7 Clainni-CoLLa' tk) pepaiB- 
•*n.t.h..A; oro.,B.C. 

A.D. 1186. ■ Un— B. 

A, B. '— eiuróoiÉ (t om.), A. •■• imi[«]m 
(ooHpsedTjiMn.), A, 'an, A, •— Ceniipiroa, B. 'Consml, A. ■*ÍlL,l 
A ; om., B, C. '' i'ill., t. h., A, B ; bítíd in C. • iU, i. li,, A ; 
"-litL, t h., A; oni., B. C. "itl., t h.. Ai pirt oí laxt, B, 

• Dtmnehadli, ele.—Theee iteroB 
(TÍth the ezoeptÍDii of tbe third 
Uld len- Conevbair of Lbe fourth) 
are gÍTen Ía tbo ÁimalA of Bo'jU 
niider thi» jeax. Obserre the cap- 
rioiuns Tnrianta in the tTHnecrip- 
tíon of the three entrÍM tliat «ro 
also placed nndor thp preouding 
jettli Uidish-Midig,!gyi-lM,Miii'jhÍ. 
Alti/hi, CmcobhaÍT-CemholmÍT. 

< Grnit uar. — AoCOTdÍDjr to tb« 
ÁHitatt of BoyU, Bnaidhrí gaTcap 
theking^iptu his Bon in tlSSuid 
"nigned again" in 118*. ITie 
preseDt en<ry (if it he not niia- 
pUoi^Í Cf. tbe ftral additÍDtul 
Íl«in nt 1IS£) iriU tboB M^if^thal 
lie re-tíiok potsetwon by ft 

USd. *Philipii/fFare*Utr.—!í^ 
agreeg with Cambreiiaia, vfaoM 



{DonDchadh,' 8011 ofBomnall the Midian, wfls slíiin. — [i'S*] 
6illa-Ieu Ua Mailin, bishop of Magh-Eo. dies. — Great war* 
between Huaidhri TJa ConchobaÍr and his son, naniely, 
Concobur Maenrauighi. — Brian of Breifni, aon of Toirr- 
delbach Ua Concobair, dies. — Flann Ua Finnachta, chief 
of Clann-Murchadha, dios.) 

Ealends of .Tan. on 3rd feria, 26th of the moon, A.n. [1185] 
1185. Great crop Cottmelj', oalc-crop) generallj in this 
year. — Philip' of Worcester.with the Foreignera of Ireland 
alonfí witb him, [etajed] Ín Ard-Macha for six daya and 
six nighta in the very middle of tho Lcnt — Amhlaim Uu 
Miiirothaigh, bishop of Ard-Macha and Cencl-Feradhaigh, 
the shining lamp that usod to illuminate laity and clergy, 
reeted in Chríst in Dun-Cruthnai. And he waa carried 
honourably to Daire of Colum-cille and buried at the feet 
of hÍ9 father, namely, the bishop Ua Cobhthaigh^ (that ia, 
beside tbe small church), in the 86th ycar of hia age. 
Fogartach Ua Cerballa[i]nof Cenel-EUannawaa inatitutcd 
in hÍ8 stead. — Gilla-Crist Mac Cathmail, royal chief of 
Cenel-Feradhaigh and of the Clanns, namely, Clann- 
Oengusa and Clann-Duibhinnreelit and Ciann-FIiognr- 

bim Philifipiu WtgornitHiis and 
gÍTCs >n occoimt of wbat bo dtd ÍQ 
ArmBgh on thal ocoasion : 

BeTocat« Bqrouo de Laoi, 
Philippns WigornÍBnsífl, . . . 
CBin militibos qnadcagiitta, proon- 
rmtor io inmlaia cBt tranamissuH 
tBiinollS4]. . . . Elapan voro 

eircn Hileiidxs Mortii ATchiDUtiitm 
prolvotiu Bocio qaBdrsgesimdi 
temporH, a clero sacro mri tribntum 
exeoTsbtJe tain exigenB qnam ci- 
torqnení, cnm ains per urbem 

LagdnneDaem [Louth] DabliniBm 
indemniB e« reíprsaa \Eip. Ilib. 
ii. 2G). The B&mo íb giTen in «ub- 
ítanco iu thu Top. liii. diti. ii. c. fiO. 
3 Ua Cobltuiigh.—" It lookB very 
odd," O'Donovan obBerves, (Four 
MisterB, íii. p. 6!)) ■' thst a bÍBhop 
0'Hurra;(UB MDÍretbBÍgb) Hhould 
be the Bon ot a biahop O'Coffoj.'' 
Hia mother, theeditor ot the An'ialt 
o/Loch Ct BDggcHta, mB]' havc been 
of tbe tanúlj al O'Murraj and he 
maf haTS adapted her namu, He 
sncceedeil Ua Cffrbaill (O'OBrroU), 


cttíMcctoc ulcroti. 

ITlanac, cenii comaiíile "Cuaiixiíeliiic e|xenn,'oo n)<^ 
iwn,' 1 PiMT) íloin mai,' la hlla n-eigníg 7 lo 
niuinnreíi-Coenia[i]n 7 a cenn tx) bfieir leo, co ffííi 
uairiB í cinn míf lafiTxiin. — ^hBoan «inreji (ithmi,* fine? 
cetipa®'), mac tii| 8axan, -do T^ecx;* 1 n-eíiinn, lu£c qu 
picer^® long, no ní if móa, r^e raetS niaiBe fieime -oo 
SallaiB 1 n-eriinu— mael-lru' hUa mui|ie6ai§, t^efi- 
A64b leiginn T^aifie Coluim-ci 116,-00 éc 1 n-a | fenoi|i tx>§ai'6e 
7 mael-Cainni| hlla peticomair -00 laBail a inai*.^ 
mael-8ecLainn, mac muipcepTxnc hlli LocLainn, vo 
líiaíibcrS -00 5«l'l'«^15. 

(Cosa-b** eT:ep Ruai'oni hUa Concobuiti 7 Concobuii 
maenmui§i, a mac. T)omnall hUa b|iiain 1 poi|iiTwn 
Ruai^iii, sufi'mill 7 pjtiloiix; 7 sup'aiiis cella lofiCGiii 
ConnacT, sufi'iíiapb a n-T)aine. — Caíal Ca|i|iac, mac 
Concobcnji maenmui§i, T^'aii^ain 7 t)0 lorcoB 
CiUi-oa-lua 1 n-T)iéail na n-olc fin.^ — ['Oicciimaiu,* 
mac "CotiT^elbai^ tl[i] bíiiain, t)o T)aUuT) la] Domnall 
hlla btiiain. — Ri§i ConnacT: vo ^abail vo Concobuii 

B56a lCaU lan. 1111.' p., Luii.,CCnno'Domini m.'c."la(XEX."ui.* 
Txicairi mofi 1 "Cuaiv^etiu Bpenn ifin blior&ain p. — 
CCq[iiJcr5 TDomnaiU, mic CCe-oa hUi Loclcnnn* 7 pi^crB 
Ruai'bíii hUi [ph]Lai€beiiraic ic T)tiéim vo Cheniul- 
eogain TxiLca-óac. — 5^LLa-pac|iaic*' mac mic in plla 


pneqfva (=pne ce|i|\a), A. » éiaccain, B. " jtac., A, B. " itL, 
c h.. A, B; " John siiie terr»,*' C. «om.. B, C. ^**» n. L 11, A : om., 
B, G. ^'^ t. m., n. t. h. (fírst entrj is imperfect, owÍDg to exdsion ol mai^^), 
A ; onL, B, C. 

A.D. 1186. 1 laclainn, B. »•• bUiik sjmu», A. »»-»»om., B, 0. 

*Sisty $kip8 stroftg, — Literallj, 
thejóiieef tAree teort thipt 
Forthe dmte of John's arrÍTml, 

see Cambreniia» Exp. Hih, n. 8í; 
for hi8 doingt in IieUuid, sl. 96 
(BolU* ed.). 


tAÍgh and the Ui-CenD[fh]ata and the Clann-Colla of Fir- 
Manach, head of ooimsel of the Nurth of Ircland, was 
killed, namcl.v, on [Sunday] the 2iid of the Nones [6th] of 
May, by Ua Eignígh and by Muinnter-Coema[i]n. And his 
head wae cairied away by tbem, but was gotten from them 
at the end of a raonth after. — John Lack-land, Bon of the 
kiug of the Saxoua, came into Ireland, BÍxty* ships strong, 
or something inore, besides whut was before him of 
Foreignere in Ireland. — Itlaei-Isu Uii Muiredíiaigh, lector 
of Daire of Colum-cille, died a choice elder.* ^d Mael- 
Cainnigh Ua FercomaÍB took hia place. — Mael-Sechlainn, 
Bon of Muircertach Ua Lochlainn, was kllled by the 

CWar* between Ruaidhri Ua Conchobuir and his son, 
Goncobur Maeiimuighi. Dumnall Ua Bríain [wentj in 
aid of Huaidhrí, so that he destro^cd and burned 
and pillaged tbe churches of tho West of Connacht 
[and] killed the Ínhabitanta. Cathal Carrach, eon oi 
ConchobarMaenmuighi, plundered andbumod CelI-da-Iua 
ín revenge of those evila. — [Diarmait, son of Tordelbach 
Ua Briain, waa blinded bj] Domnall Ua Bnain. — The 
kingship of Connacht was a^sumed by Concobur Maen- 

Kalends of Jan. on 4th fcria, 7th of the moon, a.d. 
1186. Great diaturbance in tho North of Ireland in thia 
jear. — Dcpoeition of Domnall, son of Aedh Ua LochJainn 
and crowning o{ Ruaidbri Ua [F]laithbortach by a party 
of the Conel-Eogain of Telach-oc. — Gilla-ratraic, grand- 

(Wfr.— LiteriiUy. Ínln'i 
a natÍTs idiom ezproM- 


. — Iheto 'úwia, in. 

I olading the portioa nithin Bquare 
biacketB}, ara given (Ute firrt at 
gretí lengtti) ia tbe AnnaU of 



son of "the stoopmg gillie," chief of Ui-Braiia[i]n, was 
killed bj" Domnall TJa Lochlainn, by direction of the 
Muinnter-Brana[i]n themselves. 

Ugo De Lacy was kille(l 

by O'Miadhaighi of Tebtha 


(that is, the destro^er and 
the dissolTer of the sanc- 
tuaries and churches of 
Ireland — he was killed in 
reparation to Colum-ciUe, 
whilst building a castle 
iiamely, in Dermagh). 

Hugo De Lacy, destroyer 

[and] dissolver of tbe 

churches and sanctuaries of 

Ireland, was killed by Ua 

Miadhaigh of Breghmuna,* 

by [direction] of the "Fox" 

Ua Cathamaigh, in repara- 

tíon to Colum-cille, whilst 

building a castle in his 

church, namely, in Dur- 

magh, in the 640th^ year 

since the charch of Dair- 

magh was founded. 

Expulsion of Ruaidhri Ua Conchobair by Conchobur 

Maenmaige, his own son and destruction of Connacht 

[ensued] between them. — Conn Ua Breislen, candle of 

hospitality and championship of the North of Ireland, 

was killed by a party of tbe Cenel-Eogain and Inis- 

Eogain was all ravaged through that, although thej had 

no guilt[ypart] therein. 

(Conchubhar* Ua Flaithbertaigh was killed by Euaidhri 

Ua Flaithbertaigh, by his own brother, in Ara. — Ruaidhri* 

Ua Conchubair was expelled by his own son, namely, by 

Conchobhar Maenmhuidhe. — Derbhorgall,^ daughter of 

deathoí St. Columba, — a condusion 
qoite untenable. The Daría m- 
tended, the context shows, was 
Pnrrow (King'8 Conntj). It was 
thaSy if the entry can be relied 
npon, íounded in the aame year as 
Derrj (545=546, supra). 

* Conehubhar ; -RuawíArú— Qiven 
in Annals of BotfUf with omÍBBÍon 
of by his oun brother^ by his oum son 

'^ DerhhoTgáll, —WhoBe elopement 
with Diarmait Mac Murchadha 

mnsata: iifxroli. 

inupcai-&'hUi ITlaeiL-Sheclttitiii.Tio 'ouL^o'Opoii; 

7)'a hoilicciii." — OpW Capíchufianoiium] cofippmacup.') 

JCaL. lan. u.' i:.,'L x.uin., ttimo "Oomini m " c.° Ijhxx-" nu' 
tluaT5pi hUa tph]LaiíbepT:«H-, pi Cene[oi]L-eoi;ain, -00 
maphaíi ap cpeic i 'Ctp-CoiioiLL. — Cappac iaca-Ce ■&o 
lopcao 1 me'Doii Laa, Tiíiin pobai'5e67in poLoipce'fiinsen 
hUi ei'bin, ben Concobaip TTlic "Otapmaca, pí['] lTloi§>- 
l.uip5 7 pecc/ no ni ip moo, ecep pipu ip mna, t» Lopcaft 
7 baTJufi pi^ pé oen uaipe tiinci. — "Opmm-cliaB -00 apcam 
T)o macTTIael-SheíLainn hUt Uuoipc (iTion,'' uo CCe'o''), 
T)0 pi§ hUa-m-bpiuin 7 Conmoiciie 7 tio mac CacaiLhUt 
Uuaipc 7 vo ^aLlaiB nu Tíli'oe imaillo piu.^ CCcc 
Tiopoine "Oia pipc ampa ap CoLum-cille ann, n»n, 
pomapba^ mac TTlaeL-SecLainn hUi Iluaipc (nton," 
CCe-fi'') pia ctnn caiciínpi* lap pein (i' ConmaicneO 7 
poT)aLLa'& mac Cacail hUi Ru|aipc, pipi cangap in 
fLuaise^ 1 cai^ hUi niaeLTiopai'5,i n-einecCoLHtm-cilLe 
7 pomapbaic^ pe" picic'* Tio aep gpa'óa meic TTlael- 
8ecLainn ap puc Conmaicne 7 Caipppi *Opoma-cLiaB 
cpia mipbuiL CoLutm-ciLLe. 

(TTlaeL-Tpu'' hUa CeapSuiLL, eppcop Oip^aLl, quieuic 
— TTluipgíup, mac 'Caiíis hUi Tnhailpuainiy pi 
Tnhui§e-tuipE, obiic") 

A.D. 1187. 'on.A, B. 'i-T»'. E. 'nitti, : 
baí, B. •■'.ui ji., A, B. '-iioatiiÉ, M3. (A). 
n-l. h., A ;om., E, C. " itl.. t h., A, B ; om., 0. 

'canociEif, A, '— 
•blaiikqiao^ A, ^'itL, 
'■iL t. h., A;oiii., B,C> 

wss tho alleged caufe of tlie ÍDtro- 
duetion of tho English Íuto IreUnd. 
Tht Qrdtr, etc. — TTii' bractetted 
portion iB from Clyn'» Annahi. 
Tbe iteiD iB poat.datcd by more 
tbaii a oentuTj. 

1187. ' 3íe iíoc*.— By metonjnij 
for tbe caatle ud dwellings boiJt 

By ligiituing, acocnTd- 
i>aUt,/lM)i Cr(»hiiill 
morebriofly, at 11B7|. 

J J/iií-rfay.— Tlie J™ii.ft/"ior* Ct 
(1 1 85) Btate tb« bntning toolc place: 
ipn CCoine laii ti'lmc íopínif 
— on t!ic Fridaf/ a/ttr Iht linjinning 
[oí the aeoDnd and nuire stBotlj 



Alurcliadli Ua Mael-SechlAÍnii, went to Drochait-atlia on Lll»] 
her pilgrimage. — TÍie Order* of Car[tiiasianfl] is con- 

Ealends of Jan. on 5th feria, 18th of the moon. A.i>. ["87] 
1187. Ruaidhri Ua [F]l8Íthbertaigh, king of Cenel- 
Eogain, was IdUed on a foray Ín TÍr-ConaUL— Thc Rock» 
of Loch Ce was barDed- at mid-daj',* where was drowned 
and burued' the daughter of Ua EÍdhin, wife of Concho- 
boir Mac Diarmata, king of Magh-Luirg. And seTen 
liondred, or eomething more, both men and women, were 
Imrned and drowned Ín tbe space ot ono hour therein. — 
Drnim-cliabh was pillag^ bv the son of Mael-Sechlainn 
TTa ituaírc (namelr. by Acdh), king of TJÍ-BrÍuin and 
Conmaicni and by the son of Cathul Ua Ruairc and by 
the Foreignera of Meath along with thcm. But God 
wrought a wonderful deed for Colum-cille therein, — that 
ÍB, the 8on of Mael-Sechlainn Ua RuaÍrc (namely, Aedh) 
was killed (in Conmaicni) before the end of a fortnight 
thereafter. And the son of Catbal Ua Ruairc with whom 
came the huating into the house of Ua Maeldoraidh, was 
blinded in reparation to Colum-cille. And six score of 
the minions of the son of Mael-Sechlainn were killed 
throughout the length of Comnaieni and Cairpri of Druim- 
cliabb, tbrough miraele of Coium-cille. 

(Mael-Ieu* Ua Cearbhuill, bishop of Oirghialla, rested. 
— MuijghÍQB,^ Bon of Tadhg Ua Mailruanaigh, kÍDg of 
Magh-Lnirg, died.) 

otMerved ■noiet)'] of Lnt; le., the 
Fridaj ^ftet the fonrth Smidaj of 
Lent, (See Todd Ltciura, Ser. 
nt No. IV. ) Thii will aocoont íor 
the otberwÍBe incredible loss of Uf e. 
The people liad aaBembled froin tlie 
jnaltilMTiií f 01 dÍTÍne serTÍoe. 

* Dtoaned and bvmed. — A hya- 
teroD protCTDn. Har dresa hsving 
beoome ignited, tho qneen nuhed 
iato (he ltkt to extÍD^oieh tbe 
Same nnd wu dntwned. 

'Mael-Itn; Muirykitti. — Oiven 
nnder the preoeding jeu Ín the 

fiGSb[bic] ]caL1an.ui."p.,''L3::aM3:-. CCiitio "001111111 TTl.''c.°Lcix°ll 

Ruuiíipi IiUa Caiianrc[[i]n, pí Ceneoil-Conaill pi het 
7 pÍTiomiia ejtenn, -00 maiiba-D ■00 [piijLaicbepcac hUa 
TTÍaelTJopaifi cjiia mebaiL ic "Oiior-oc ííLicigi/ lap" n-a 
bpecaí Tio Lap "Opoma-cLiaG imac 7 bpacuip -00 -00 
mapbaí imuiLLe pif 7 -Diiem -o'a iTimiincip. hUu 
5aipb (tTJOn," VnasniiiOi coipec pep-TJpoma, poimip 
Lama ap hUu Cananna[i]n, 1)0 mapbau do ibiiinncip 
Cfmupcail I1U1 "Oocapcuié I n-T)t§aiLhUi Chaiiaiiiia[i]n. 
— ^DotíinaLL IiUa Cananna[i]n vo LeépciD a coip ma 
cuoi^ i:éin 1 n-"Oaipe 15' ^aic apcLamne connaii 7 a Óc 
T)e cpia mipbatL CoLuim-ciLLa — TDapcain hUa bpoLaig, 
apDecnai'D Soe''SsL uiLe 7 apnpepLeisinn CCipTi-TTlaía, 
■Do éc. — CCífiLaim liUa *0ai5pi t)o cocc co hl v'a aiLiípi 
7 a éc 1 n-hl lap n-aiípi5i co^ai-Di. — Saitl Cat|T60il 
TTIaisi-Coba 7 Tipem ■o'Uib-ecac ULoí» t>o caiDecc up 
cpeic hi 'Ctp-n-eosain, co coppaccanap co Léim-nitc- 
HeiLL 7 co posabpuc bíi amjpn y^ co n-Tíecai'6 'OoninaLl 
hUa bDcLainn 'n-a n-Tiesai'D 7 Lucc a componna pein, co 
puc ■poppa 1 CaBan-na-cpann-apD, co capDpoc T)6Bai'6 7 
co pomaifi ap na SuLLaiC 7 co pocuipeD' a n-óp anD 7 
co capDOD i'a'&afi tjo ^aLLjai ipin pi^ a aenop. co 
copíaip annpin 1 ppic^ulin, iDon, "DomTiatL, mac CCefia 
Iilli l.ocLaiTin, pí CCtLi^' 7 piDaiíina Cpenn ap cpuc 7 ap 
ceill 7 ap caise-bup 7 ap cpebínpe.* Ocup puca^ ín La 
pin íein co hCCpTt-tTlaca 7poha-BnaiceD aim co honopac. 
— SLuagut La hGoan ■Do-Chútpc 7 la SaLLaiC epenn uile 
I Connaícaií! imaiLLe^ pe Concobup hUa ii-"Oiapmaca. 

•fliSi'D.B. '1, A. "Ui— , B. •— baiii.A. 
, iQit_nomfíy, a/tcr, B. "ítl., t. h., A, B ; gi 
; giíen in C. ' jioniapboTi — aas Hllrd, B. 



Xalends of Jan. oa 6th feria, 29th of the moon, a.d. ildSBiB.] 
1188. Euaidhrí Ua Cananna[i]n, king of Cenel-Oonaill 
for a time and royal heir of Ireland, was killed by Flaith- 
bertach IJa Maeldoraidh through treachery, at the Bridge 
of Slicech, after decoying him out from the centre of 
Draim-cliabh. And a brother of his was killed along with 
him and a party of his people. Ua Gairb (namely, 
Maghnus), chief of Fir-Droma, who laid [violent] hands 
on Ua Cananna[i]n, was killed by the people of Echmar- 
cach Ua Dochartaigh in revenge of Ua Cananna[i]n. — 
Domnall Ua Cananna[i]n laid open his foot with his own 
axe, whilst cutting a faggot of firewood in Daire and he 
died thereof, by miracle of Coluim-ciUe. — Martin Ua 
Brolaigh; arch-sage of all the Goeidhil and arch-lector of 
Ard-Macha, died. — Amhlaim Ua Daighri came to I[ona] 
on his pilgrimage and he died in I[ona] after choice 
penance. — ^The Foreigners of the castle of Magh-Coba 
and a party of the Ui-Echach of Ulidia came on a foray 
into Tir-Eogain, until they reached to Leim-mic-Neill^ and 
seized cows there. And Domnall Ua Lochlainn went 
against them with a f orce of his own party, until he over- 
took them at Cabhan of the High Trees. They gave them 
battle and it went against the Foreigners and slaughter of 
them was inflicted. And a thrust of a f oreign spear was 
given to the king alone, so that he f ell there in the conflict : 
that is, Donmall, son of Aedh Ua Lochlainn, king of 
Ailech and [worthy to be] royal heir of Ireland for form 
and for sense and for excellence and for prudence. And he 
was carried that Yery day to Ard-Macha and buried there 
honouTably. — A hosting by John De-Courcy and by the 
Foreigners of all Ireland into Connacht, along with Con- 

1188. ^ Leim-mic'Neill. — Leap of 
the ton ofNicdl (grandBon, acoording 
to CDonoTan, F, M. iiL 81, oí 

Aedh, king of Ireland, who died 
818=819, supra). The plaoe was 
near Dungannon, oo. Tjrone (ió.) 

A Btí. T!;iTioili-5 ConjcoEíaii tTlufinniai^i fiT)Oti,° fw Conni 
Coíinacca 7 nc 'OoTnnall hUa bjiioin, pí TTIuman, 
■Dpéiin -D'pefiaiC m«man 1 vocjiain tii§ Connacc. OCcui" 
loii-cii: ní T)0 celtoiTS m cipe pempu 7 ní poleici^c 
TXíoiliu'fi^ -001(5. ImcLoeic imuppo na J'^ilL aniap co 
Tiei^-DHpa T)0 éui'oecT; 1' 7^ip-ConaiLL O'ccmiLacup 

BfiBc muppo na gaiLL Cenel-ConaiLl | 7 hUalTlaeL'ooiiai'Dijo 
bic ic "Opúim-cLiaB, poloii'Cfec eap--Dapa ■do leip 7 
imcLoic ap[if]ip[i] 1 ConnaccaiB 7 cecaic ipin Se^Doip 
7 ocnajjaic Connacca" 7 pip lilunian ammup VOPP"' 7 
mapbaic a n-áp 7 pacbaic na Jo'l-l- 1" ^ip ap eicm con 
a becc -00 jleu'D. — Ccaín, ingen I1U1 Cuinn, pi^on 
nfluman, "oo búi 'ca haiLicpnc "Oaipe, tio éciapm-buai'6 
Domon 7 'feetfian. 

{TTluipcepcac,''macUacu.IiUa ChoncGanainT), pi hUa- 
n-'Ohiapmaca, mopcuup epc- — "OomnoLl, mac locLainT» 
hU TTlhaeiLpuanai'D 7 peap^al hUa 'Cai'bs in cegLaig 7 
pLaicbepcac, mac Tlnicca, hUa phinnacca, occipi punc'' 
— m uipcepcac' IiUa bpain, pi bpesiiíuine, occipup 
— hlla' TTlailpuanaií occifup epc CCnno ■Oomini IH 

}CaL lan. 1. p., L x., CCnno "Oomini m.° c." laaci.' 
"OonnnaLl, mac' TTluipcopcoij hUi loClainn, "00 motpl 
■Do JhalLoiB 'OhaL-fCpai'be acu pein. — TTlupcafe 
CepbaiLL, aipnpis CCipsialL, -oo éc ipin TTlaínipcip- 

'muilLe (ft[)liaereaifl vl i), A. ' p^oeiUó, B. 'fOTiiui, B, 
with whioh BgfteB C. * om. (mHDÍÍestlj- liy oveniig'hi.), A. '' 
oni.,B, C. '-ifi4i., 1.«., n., A; om., B. C. MÓW. t. m., n. t. 
(overbead, sjiother ilcm vaa ruI awsv Íq uÍniiDÍQg Uie cdgc), A ; om., 6, 
A.D. 1189. ■ tnac nnc— Sfojuiwii (niic tiws ailded uy mietB^e). fi. 

' 0,1 Iheir Biore/i.— LiterftUy, ie- 
/ore Ihtm. 

• Va Maeldoraidh, elt.—the «nthoT 
of C. having fur^lien appBrentl; 
that he had traiulated from thiB 
to the eod oí the feu undet 1179, 

renders it thus lii tbil Jillc 

O'Mojldoraj » 

tbej burnt Esd&ca ntl aad t 

to Cannagbt u^iueBi 

(" their boulding^" 

the SeghduH]. AaA I 



cobur Ua Diarmafa. Concobar Maenrahaígbi fnamely, [usfl] • 
Trín g of Connacht) rausters the Conaaclitraen and Domnall 
TJa Briain, king of Munater, comes with a partj- of tho 
Men of Munster into the foroe of tho fciug of Connacht, 
And they burn somc of the churches of the country on 
their maroh^ and some they allowed to eacape them [intaot]. 
Howbeit, tht! Foreigners turn hack to £ss-dara to come 
into Tir-Conaill. líut, when they heard that the Cenel- 
Conaíll and Ua Itacldoraidh* wero at DniÍm-cliabh, they 
burned Ess-dara tompÍetely and turn again into Connacht 
and come into the Scghtlaia. And the Connachtmeu and 
Men of Munster deUver an attack upon them ond the 
Foreigners are killed with alaughter and leave the conntry 
by force without a whit of triumph. — Etain, daughter of 
Ua Cuinn, queen of Munster, who was on her pilgrimage 
at Daire, died after victory over* tho world and over* the 

{Muircertach' Ua Conoheanoinn, son of Uathu, king of 
Ui-Diarraata, died. — Domnall, aon of Loclilann Ua Maeil- 
ruanaidh and Fcarghal [Ja Taidhg " of the [hospitable] 
houaehold" and Flaithbertacb, Ua Finnachta, 8on of Riucc, 
wereslain. — Muircertach Ua Brain, kingof Breghmhuine, 
wae slain, — Ua Mailruanaidh^ was slain, a.d. 1188.) 

Kalcnds of Jan. on Ist feria, lOth of the moon, a.d. 
1189. Domnall, eon of Muircertach Ua Lochlainn, waa 
killed by the Foreígnera of Dal-Araidhe, [whilat] amongat 
themselves. — Mnrchadh Ua CerbaiII, aTch-king of Air- 


uod Ifoatisttír ciame uppon tJtcm 
Bnd 8lBught«rDd them and left tbe 
oonntrjr by foree, witlinnt muoh 
iljfht l"with Homo bioUeritig," 
1170].— Edrn, 0'Cuyn'a daughter 
that was pilgrim at Djry, diod." 
* Owr.— LiteraUj./roBi. 

' MmTortixeh, pír. — TbeBe four 
ÍtemB ore given in the Aanait d/ 
£d4'A Ce Bnder thÍB yeaz. 

' Ua JfoíírauirmVtt.— "Tailhleoh, 
son ot Conohobar, gon of Diar- 
maíd, Bon of Todhg Ua MaekuA- 


rrMHCcLo: uLccnTi. 

aji ii-aic]\i§i co|aiíi. — CCpTi-lTlacaT>ol,oix:a^ o fporapf 
bpiÍT^ co peicler bjii^ci, ecep Rai€ 7 Típicm 7 T;empou 
— ecinil.eíi. mac Tílic Caiiai, ronT 7 robafiíain TTIiipe- 
heoEain uiIg, tio éc. — TTlac tia haiíica hUa tTlail- 
Tmcnai-5, pí pep-TTlanac, -00 oípisaí 7 a ■ouL t)Ocum h\l\ 
CepbaiLL. CCcui* cpec 5^aLl -00 éui'feeCc trin' cip 7 
coiTipaici'5 hlla CepbaiLL 7 hUa TTlaeLpuanai'S ppiú 7 
mai'&ip pop \la CepbaiLL 7 mapbía[i]p hlla TTlaeL- 
puanai^ ann.'' — Concobup Tnaenmaigi, mac Tluaiíipi, 
atp'opi Connaílc 7 pnjamna Cpenn uiLe, -00 mapbff& T>'a 
luccBpa'Sa pein, cpia epail a bpacap, ihoti, Concobaip 
hUi n-Tliapmaca (tnac Copmaic' ; aLiaj','' mac Ruaiíipi'/ 
ConSoBup hUa n-Tliapmaca Tiono t>o mapba-D la Cocal 
cappaC.mac Concobaip lTlhaenmai^i,i^n-TH§ail a €tr<x[i — 
CCpTi-TTlaía tio apcain la hCoan "Oo-Chuipc? la ^aLLoiB 
epenn. — ITlac na pepep, pí Sooxin, Tio éc. — ITlael- 
Cainnij hUa pepcomaif. ■pepLeiginn "Oaipe, Tio bacut 
ecep CCipT) 7 Inii^eosain. 

(TTluipcepcac* hUa piannaco[i]n, coipeaC ChLainm 
CoÉaiL, mopcuup exr:-') 

jCal. lan. (ii.'p,')L. axc. i., ttnno'Domini lTl.°c.'' 

[lons'' CacaiL Cpoibweps hl ConcoBaip, pi Connflí 

Tio CacaT) ap Lo(;-TÍ.ÍG 7 pobai'feeT) .xoxeui. uipi, 

CCipeccac hUa UaíiuiC, Tiua; CLainni-'Comalcoig^] 7« j 

iij'. B. 'd, A. '■om., B, C. "itL, L h.. \; om,. B, C. 
t. h. A ; onu, B. C. "d. t. L, A; om., B. C. 

A.D. 1190. " Uaiik ipaoe, A. The jest ia hluA Ín A, B, C *^^á 
paaitramAim»UB/L9e\Ce,i..D. UW. "-' Oa text 8|»oe, b. t. h 
om., B,0. 

1189. ' JM(/i)N(.— For tLo Irish 
CÍHtGroian moDaBteriea, see the 
erudite iDtroduotiOD to the Tn'vm- 
phalia Monailerii S. Oueíí, ed. Hev. 
D. Murphjr, 8.J., Dablim, 1891. 

'nnMíBdTAini,— í 
6, mpra. 

■ Sdmiiedh. — iía 

'Sati ijf Rnaidhrí.— 


gialla, died in the Great Monasterj [of Mellifont^] after [1189] 
choice penance. — Ard-Macha was bumed f rom the Crosses 
of Brigit to the Regular chiirch of Brigit, both Close and 
Third* and church. — Echmiledh,^ son of Mac Canai, 
happiness and prosperitj of all Tir-Eogain, died. — ** Son 
of the night " Ua Mailruanaígh; king of Fir-Manach, was 
deposed and went to TJa Cerbaill. And a foraj [-party] of 
the Foreigners came into thé countrjr and Ua Cerbaill and 
Ua Maelruanaigh éncounter them ánd defeat is inflicted 
Bpon Ua CerbaiII and Ua Maelruanaidh is kilxed there. — 
Conchobur Maenmaighi, son of Ruaidhri [Ua Conchobair], 
arch-king of Connacht and rojal heir of all Ireland, was 
killed by his own minions, by direction of his Unsman, 
Damely, Conchobar Ua Diarmata (son of Comiac ; other- 
wise, son of Ruaidhri*). Conchobar Ua Diarmata, however, 
was killed by Cathal Carrach, son of Conchobar Maen- 
maighi, in revenge of his father. — Ard-Macha was pillaged 
by John De-Courcy and by the Foreigners of Ireland. — 
The son of the Empress,^ king of the Saxons, died. — Mael- 
Cainnigh Ua Fercomais, lector of Daire, was drowned 
between Ard and Inis-Eogain. 

(Muircertach* Ua Flannaca[i]n, chief of Claiin-Cathail, 

Salends of Jan. on 2rid feria, 21st of the moon, a.d. [H^O] 

[A ship^ o{ Cathal Eed-hand Ua Conchobhair, king 
of Connacht, foundered on Loch-Hibh and there were 
drowned thirty-six men, including Airechtach Ua 
Badhuibh, chief of Claun Tomaltaigh] (and including 

tive Í8 oorreot» aooordíng to the 
AfmaU ofLoch Ce, 

*8on ofthe Empreu, — Heni^ II. 
died at Chmon in Tooraine, Jul^ 
6, 1189. 

^ Muircertíich, — GÍTen (with 
Murchad for Muircertach and dux 
for toiseach) in the Annals of Boyle 
nnder the preoeding ^ear. 

1190. 1 il «At>, eí^.— The portíon 

218 ccMMaicc uLaroTi. 

ConctiBaíi, mac Carail, íhic tliiain, tnic T'hoi|iiri'5eaUkii'6 
hUi Choncubaifi 7 im TTltitica*, mac ConcuBaifi, fnic 
"Oiafimaca, mic Zay^^ hUi TTlhailtiuanaig 7 im TTluifi- 
?;iuf , mac tlacu, hUa Conceanain'o. — ^T>ubeanpa> in^ean 
T)ia|ima'Da, mic TJhai'fis, mofixnia efc — TTlop, mfeeon 
T:oiftfi'5ealbai§ tli Cho[n]cu15ani, mo|icua efc.' — ^apr 
mair;'* hUa Haba]iT:ai§, abb T^utimaige, quieuiu. — OCUe» 
ingean Hiaca[i]n hUi TTlailfiuanai'fi, moficua erc — 
TTlail-SeacLain'D hUa Weaccain 7 J^lla-bepoié hUa 
8luai§ea'5ai§ -00 mafibao la 'Coipii'5eal15a£, mac Ruai'&TU 
hUi Coiicubai|i, CCnno T)omini 1190.'* 

B66d lCaL lan. 3. p., L 11., CCnno T)omini TTl.** c.**xc.*r 
(uel'.— 11."*) 

(Ruai'D|ii'' hlla ConcuBaip 'o' pagCail Chonnafic^ a -601 
hi CeneL-ConailL'') 

[bif] lCaL lan. [iiii.*p.,']L. x. 111., CCnno*Oomini ÍD.** c' xc.*ii.* 
T)opuf^ ppoinnT:i|i in T)uibfieicLefa ic a 'oenum La tl[a] 
Cara[i]n na CtioiBe 7 La íngin hUi In'oeiíifti.** 

('CaicLeac'' liLla "DuC-Da, |ii hUa-n-CCihaLlarB 7 hlla- 
phiacfiac-TTluai^i, ^00 mapba'B "00 "Dá mac a theicc pem. 
— CCe'S htla pLainn, caipeac 8hiL-TTlhaiLi-fluaini 
mopruuf eyzf) 

A.I). 1190 ^-^ t. m., n. t. h., A ; om., B, 0. 

A.D. 1191. »^addcd, B ; om., G. The feríal and epact shew thai the 
reading is erroneous. ^^ n. t. h.,' A ; om., B, C. 

A.D. 1192. '"blanlcspace, A ; .ui. p, B. ^^ Qiven nndtfA.D. IIW'» 
vel— 2<^, B ; under a.d. 1191, C. «^ n. t. h., A ; om., B, 0. 

within Bquare bracketD íh suppliod 
from the Ánnah o/Loch Ce (ad an,) 
Tho other entries are found in the 
order hero observed, but with yari- 
ations in detail, in the same Annals 
under tliis year. The first, second, 
third and íifth are given in sab- 
Btance in the Annah of DoyU, 

3 Z>ii^AMMi.— Wif e of 
O'Dowda, aoooidiiig to the ÁwmA 
ofljich Cfe. 

M/&.— Wili^ aooosdmff to fta 
same Annala, of tha Ua ^■^'^«i'^ 
who waa drowned, m tald fa %m 
fint item of ihla jnr 



Conchubliar, son of Catlial, son ot TJran, son of Toirrdeal- [HBO] 
bhadh Ua Concbubair and including Murchadh, aon of 
Conchubhar, son of DÍarmait, bod of Tadhg Ua Mail- 
ruanaigh and including Muirgiug Ua Conclieanainn, 
Bon of Uatu. — Dubeasaa,^ daughter of Diannait, son of 
Tadhg [Ua Mailruanaidh], died. — Mor, daughter of 
Toirrdbealbacli Ua Coucbubhair, died, — Diarmait Ua 
Habartaigh, abbot of Dur-magh, rested. — AUe,* daughter 
of Riacau Ua Mailruanuidh, died. — Mail-Seachlainn Ua 
Neachtain and GiUa-BeraigM Ua Sluaigheadhaigh were 
killed by Toirrdhealbach, eon of RuaidhriUa ConchubaÍr, 
A.D. 1190.) 

Ealends of Jan, on 3rd feria, 2nd of the moon, a.d. ['""1 
llíll (or-2). 

(Ruaidhri' Ua Conchubhair left Connacht and went to 
the Cenel-Conaill.) 

Ealenda of Jan. on 4th ferin, 13tb of the moon, a.d. [UbzDU.] 
1192. The door of the Iiefcctory of the Penitentiary [of 
Daíre] was made by Ua Cathain of the Craib und by 
the daughter' of Ua Inneirghi. 

{Taichleacb' Ua Dubhda, king of UÍ-ámhalghaidh and 
Ui-Fiacrach of tbe [river] Muaidb, waa killed by the two 
fions of his owQ son. — Aedh^ Ua Flaicn, chief of Sil-Maili- 
Ruain, (lied.) 

Berach {of Eilburj, co. Boacom- 
moD, whose fout was Feb. IS). 

1191. '«i.uidAK_Giyen onder 
liao ia tbo AnBaU o/ IioyU. Ao- 
oording to the í'ouf Macters, Hode- 
ric went to TiroonQell, TjTone, 
the English ot Meath and fiiiBtly 
to MauBtcr. seelciag in vain for aid 
to reoover Connaughl. Al lengtb, 

1192. ^- Buughler.- 
probablj the wife of 

ing je»r ÍB tbe ^nni 
with omiuion ot "u/ 
and " Ay thi tun," ctc. 


r tbe precad- 
d, o/ Boyk. 
tht Moaidh " 

S20 WHMOta; tlllTDtl. 

}cal lan. C'p.l. a^. nii.', CCmioT3oinini 1Tl."c.°3x:. T 
eocaiíi'' baigillTioma]iba'OTio hUiB-piacpac. — TTlaeU. 
Pocpaic Cobíai§ t>o éc." — Cacal" Tllosaiíne -00 éc' 

("Oiapmaii;,'' mac Conbiiosam bUi "ObUimavais 
raiveac Clilainne-TTlailisiif 7 1*' bUa-phailse ■pT'i fié 
T^aria, mopcuiii' ej^- — CaíaL o'&u|i, mac TTlej Cafiprois, 
occii'iiT G]x- — "Oen^opjaiLl, nisen ninjtcai'DbUi mh atL- 
SheacLain'D, moi^cua epc imTTlainiiTnp "Dpocaic-o 
in uipPeapcac, mac TTliipcai-B TTlic Tnupcaía, pi 1 
Cemnj'eLais, mopcuuf e]x.'') 

|caL. lan. [iin.'] í.,' L" u.," CCnno T)omint VC\.' c." xc.*l 
•DomiialL' bUa^ t)piain {maC TToippéealCai^,'' HMtlj^ 
TTluman*) to éc- — SaiLl ■oo éiaccain ap Innp hn 
pnincain 7 a cup ap eigin tii. — Cú-TTliíe bUa PLoini 
mapba-B t)o 5haLLaiB.° 

(TTlac' mic ConííuBaip, mic T)omnailL geappU 
bUi bpiaiii, Bo 'SaLLa'b 7 -oo i'boiccettíi La ^lUnfl 
Sluai'oea'D La g'l-'-ibepc TTlac ^oi^-ocaLB su heap-pj 
7 po impo ap]-óin gan tiac íapBu T)'a i-Lua-Du-b.') 

]CaL. lan. [i-* p.,'] L. a:.«i.,''CCnno*Oomini m,°c.'; 
ecihupcac' bUa Caca[i]n th) óc i ReicLep photfl 
ConCobup tTlas phaccna 130 éc t [n^ub-?] ] 

A.D. 1193. ".uil. p., l. D., B. Those belongto l.l>. 1194. 
previous epacM, nhich be gÍVGB acoiuatelf, prave thnt tb« c 
deriated from hii ariginiil in HDtcdatÍDg h^ & yi'ar. Similar « 
tlic TBtcntion of the l.D. aotatiou from 11B2 to llQ.'ii hoth ] 
ihough ÍDCamáatentsometiniea vith the fFrÍa], BOmetimeB «rith thed 
Bometimci' with both, as given in Lhe (B) MS. '^■' OÍTen l 
11B2, B, C. tío loOo— or/ocAo — ií placed as Baother teiuliiig ot C 
l.m., t. h., A. "om.,B, C, ''''n,*. h., A; om., B, C. 

A.D. UL'4. ' O, A. "blank spuce, A ; i. p. B. ""*> L «m., B 
feríal andepact of B belong to a.d. llSá. " Oina mnlor U. IIM 
"-^«.^.,0.1.^..^; om., B, C. ■■itl.,n. 1. h., A ; om., B,C.Ha, 
A;om., B, C. 

A.D. 1195. 'e«t— , B. "bUnlc spaoe, A -, n. r- B. 
The B oriteriB belong lu i.i>. 1166. '^ Qiven imdur aji^ ||| 



Raleiids of Jan. on 6tli feria, 24t!i of tbe moon, a.d. [hos] 
Uíl3. Eocliiiidh O'BaighÍU was kílled by the Ui-Fiaoh- 
rpch [of Ard-Hrathn]. — Mael-Patraic O'Cobhthaigli died. 
— Cathal Ma[c] Qaithne dicd. 

(Diarraait,^ son of Cubrogam Ua Diumasaigh, chief 
of Claiiu-Maiíigbra and lcing of L'i-Failghe for a 
long timo, died. — Cathal the Swarthv, Bon of Mac 
Carrthaigh, was Blain. — Derfhorgiiill,^ daughter of 
Murchadh ITa Mail-Scachlainii , died in tho Monastery 
of Drochait-atha. — Muircheartach, eon of Murchadh 
Mac Murchadba, king of TJi-Coinnselaigh, died.) 

Ealends of Jan. on 7th feria, 5th of the moon, A.o. [I19í] 

1194. Bomnall Ua Briain (son of ToijTdhealbach, that 
Í3, kíng of Munster) died. — Tbe Forcigners came upon the 
Island of the Ui-Finntain and they were put by forco 
therefrom.— Cu-Midhe Ua Flainn was killed by the 

(The grandson^ of Conchobhar, son of Domnall Ua 
BríaÍn the Short-handed, waa blinded and oinasculated by 
the Forcigners, — A hosting by GÍIlibert Mac Goiadealbh 
to Eas-ruadh and he retarned therefrora withput any 
adrantage from his hoating.) 

Kalends of Jan. ou Ist feria, l<ítb of thc moon, a.l>. [1196] 

1195. Echraarcach' Ua Catha[i]n died in the Regular 
CaDODs' houae of St. Paul [in Ard-Macha]. — Conchobur 

1193. i/íiurwiaí/.fí^.— Thoaefour 
items are given in thÍH order in tho 
.á™/. o/ Loch Ci 0,dan.]. Tho 
•Dcoiicl and third are in the Anaalt 
e/ Biyfr at 1103. 

» air/ho-j/aill.—9ee 1188, notó 6, 

1194. TAí.Traitíjron, (/e.— These 
two enttieH ore in tho ÁHnabi e/ 

Loch Ce. Tho HecDDd is Ín tho 
AnnoU of li„<,U. 1194. 

For grandsoQ the ÁnnnU of Itir- 
mnfalita and LbcA Cthive gon. He 
is colUd UoirccTtaoh in the Annalt 
o/ Bogle, acoordÍQg to whicb he 
wna blÍDded by hia grsni^-iincle, 

llUfi, "íeAmnrcBcA,— //oríe-n'Ar. 


iXHiialtr ulccDTi. 

"OaiTw' — SacapCinóp la tjo éc' — (Tlac'' th CLeipi^ hUi 
CaíaLa[i]ii tio mapbafe.' — Sicpuic" hUa Jo'Lnipetaig to 
mapba'D tío ITlac *Diiinnf'Leibe.' 

(pLoiiic.* mac lí.iaca[i]n tiUi mailfiuanoir, epircopiiT 
OLapnti, in Clipi|T;o qineuic. — 8Luai§ea6 L« heain "00- 
Ciiiiici 7 La inac IiUro "Oe-Laci tio saBaiL neipc ap 
5lialLai5 laipean 7 TtluiTian. — "OomnaLL hUa pinn. 
coiíiapba ChLuuna-peapca bpenaim), quieuic') 

Llíif] lcaLlan- 11.*]:., Lxx. uii.,CCnno ■Oomini 17).° c., arc," ui.'* 
A6ób HeicLep' poil 7 pecaip co n-a éempLaiB 7 co ni-bLoiti 
moip -Do'n pacai-B tio Lofca'&. — 8LuaS:afi La Uuaiipi iriac 
"Duinní'Leibe, co nJíaLLailS 7 co macaiB pig Coiinaíí: 
■Docum Cene[oi]l-eo5ain 7 CCippcefu 'CanBaciip Ttono 
CeneL-n-eogain t^eLca-óac 7 Cpprep co ÍMacaipe CCipT»- 
ITIaca, co cucpac coc ■ooiB 7 cup' mebai'o ap ITlac 
T)uinnpleiCe 7 pomapbao Tieps áp a muinncepi ann, 
iTion, Tia mac pi| Tiéc vo ConnaccaiC. — TTluipcopcaí, 
mac muipcGpcai^ hUi locLainn, pí Cene[oi 1^-6050111 7 
B57a piTiomna Gpenn uiLe, | i-non, cuip saipci'b 7 cgnonia' 
leici Cuinn, TiiyM;aiLiu-o gaLL 7 caipceL, cepcbaiL cell 7 
ca-DUf, feo mapba'b T)0 'Oonnca'fe, mac OLorcai'6 hUi 
Caca[i]n, a comaipLi C6ne[oi]L-eo5ain uiLe: i-oon, lap 
cabaipc nacpi Scpi'ne? Canoine pacpaic ppipi cempalL 

A.D. II9fi. ■'■■' om., B. C. "n. t. h., Aj om., B, C 
A.D, 1196. 'epiom (nom. ag.), B. '■• blBuk apnm, A. »■— «.•B, Ttet 
U, the jeu U laado 1195. But Ibe fsrial ind epact those of 1190. In 
B thej oreuai^ed to 1195 aod 1196. " All tb« entriee wa gÍTeu uuIm 
ths precediDg yeiT (1195), B, C. 

' Arch-prictt. — Síe Adamnim, p. 
36S. Tbis obit esoaped tbe notice 
of the leuned editar in compilÍD^ 
tbe Chrfnieen //i/i'iue {li, p. 408). 

• Florenec. — This and the Dom- 
nall obit ue givea in the AnualM 
of Bnglé, llSfi. The Becond taOxj 

U in the AnnaU »f Laek Ct wd 
the /our Haittrt. 

The Annalf of BagU MM tbu 
Florence vw ihird bbbot ol Bnfl* 
(md eqnnte 1 19G of his dMth viA 
the (X^usebian) Mondaii* jnrttH 
■Ctmmt: Sa«aIM 



Mac Fuchtna diedin thePcnitentiarj-of Daira — Thearch- [1135 
priest*on[on]adied.— The8onoftheClerÍcTTaCathala[i]n 
was líiLled — Sitriuc Ua Gailmredhiiigh was Idlled by 
[Maghnus] Mac Duinnsleibhe [Ua Eochailha]. 

(Florence,* son of Riacan Ua MaÍlruanaidh, bishop of 
OÍlfinn, rested in Christ. — A hosting by John De-Courcy 
and by the son of Ugo De-Lacy to obtain 8way over the 
Foreignera of Leinster and Munster. — Domnall Ua Finn, 
successor* of Cluain-ferta of [St.] Erenann, rested.) 

Ralendsof Jnn.on2ndferia,27thof themoon,A.D. llítti. [ugeBi 
The house of the Canona Regular of Paul and Pcter [in 
Ard-Macha] with its chnrches and a large portion of the 
Closo was burned. — A hosting by RuaidhrÍ Mac 
Duinnsleibhe [Ua Eochadha] with the Foreigners and with 
the sons of the kioga of Connacbt to Cenel-Eogain and 
ihe Airthir. Ilowbcit, the Cenel-Eogain of Teloeh-oc and 
tho Airthir came to the Plain of Ard-Macha and gavo 
them battle and defeat was inflicted upon Mac 
Duiunaleibo and atark alaughter of hia peoplo took ploce 
there, naraely, twolve sons of tbe king8 of Connacht. — 
Muircertach, son of Muircertach Ua Lochlainn, king of 
Cenel-Eogain and royul heir of all Ireland, naraely, tower 
of champioDship and valour of the Ilalf of Conn, dissolver 
of the Foreigners and of castles, upholder of churcheB and 
dignitiea, was killed by Donnchadh, son of Bloecadh Ua 
Catha[i]n, by counsel of all Cenel-Eogain : that is, after 
pledging the three Shrinea' and the Canon of Patriek^ to 

in ttie Aiiiuilt 0/ Boylt likeirue. 
The Anaah of Inmifallpt liavi! 
abbaiit. Wlienoe ic maj be in- 
terrcid that be wm abbot kdA 

1196. ir*cíe íírÍM».— 8ee at 

tacio aignifies Dot enBbrÍQÍn^ of 
tha relio», but tbeir boing Ottrried 
aboat, to enaure pBjmoat of 
tbe ofFeringB preseribed by tbo 

> Qaun o/fWrici.— That ú, tbe 
B<K)k of Annagb, 


tctJHCcLa: uLccDti. 

■oeifcejicac CCipT)-maca peíiíie ■pn" 7 |iucff6 co "Oati 
ColutTTi-ciUe 7poha'DTiaic8-Dcotioiiopac. — ITIac OLopí 
litla Ctiipin -00 apcaiii 'Cepmaiiin "Oabe6[i]cc 7' pomapbff& 
é ■péin inn co n-Dep j;áp a niutnncepe pe' puLbiro'cenn 
míi-, cpia mipbuit Tlabeó^ijc.* — Ipn bLioróain pin 
■Dobpip^TJomiiaLl, mac •Qiapmaca TTlec' CappSai^ c 
ap ^oLLaiC niiiman 7 LiiimníG m pomapC a n-neps ij 
7 in poDicuíp a Un'muiuc' ioc lap péin 7 pobpip 
mat^m aile béop.° 

lcaL. lan.iin.' p.,' L. tx., <Xnro"Oomiiii Tíl-"c"3:c.'' 
8Luaj;aD La bGoan T)o-Cbiiipc co n-^aLlaiB llLítíi co 
hefp-cpatBe, co n-Depnpac caipceL CiLle-ííanua[i]ii, 
cop'paLmaico'o'ciiica-ceí) Ciannaci:"T)oi5.° Ipin'eatpi 
pin imoppo popoga'blloicpeLphicun cofxjcpaici 'maij 
fpip. T!^áinic 'DOno TUnci-eL phicun op cpeic co 1 
"Oaipe, co'' poaipc CLua[i]n-Í 7 enac 7 ■Depc-bpuol 
Tluc iinoppo" pLaiíbepcac tTlaeL'oopam (fDon,' pt 
ConailL 7 6050111') co n-uaca'o -oo ChonaLL 7 ■n'eoson 
poppo, co cucfac maiT)m ap* cpat| no bltoccoiisbid 
» iiobiii]-, B. • ITIe5, B. •— noé, B. ■■ om., B. 0. •* om., C. 1 
Ufatt, a 

A.D. 1197. 'Co fiopaI.tha'É8Ti, B. ' — nacm, B. •It- un|TOi— 
Ihia, B. 'caifceot, A. 'pip— i^on, B. ■-• bUnli epace, A. 
B. Thoferíal andípact fihewthat tho jtar íb 1197. " Lra unm 
pm- •l'S lfít-11* from oul that cattlr, B ; faUowpd hy C. " ocnj- — aiut, 
• u (ooatTBotioQ for rfro. the Latin equivalrat), A, B. 
itL, t. Il, B ; "Ki[ig of Kiiidred-Owc>ti,"C. 


to co I 

nca[i]ii, J 



;-bp«aC. I 

^Smlhtm eíurcí.— Tlie^«nai.n/ 
Loeb Ci Hay tho norl/ura, whiuh 
proves the sotibe had no local 
lcDOwloclge. C/. tha Book of Ar- 
magb : Et hia tribuB ordioibiu 
[icÍL virtcinihiui, poonitciitibua et 
legitime roatrunonintÍB] audire 
verbam ptedicalionia iii oeoleaaia 
tiquiloaaliB pbgM ooncedituT a 

pGr diebuH domÍQÍoÍB. In itastnH 
vero bwailics aepincopi «t pTMbi- 
teri et anchoriWe atwUanae et 
cHeteri rclcgioiai laudaa i 
fol. ■lla). 

aeotesBÍB australí, 

Bcunt oorpora saucUiniiD perigrt 

iLorutn de longnc «luu Fairido 



him ín t.he southem church* of Ard-Macha before that. [nss] 
Aiíd he was carried to Daire of Coluno-cille and waa 
buried honourab]y. — TJa Curin, the son of Bloacadb, 
pilhiged tbc Termon of [St.] Dabeocc and be himself was 
killed Iherefor, with 8tark alaughter of bis people, before 
the eud of a month, through mLraclo of Dabeocc. — In 
tbat year aUo, Domnall, son of DÍarmait Mac Carthaigb, 
goined a battle over thc Foreígnera of Munater and 
Limerick, in which a great number of thera were kil]ed 
and wberebv they wero afterwarda espelled from Limeriek. 
Aud he inflicted two other defeate likewise. 

KaleDds ol Jan. on itb feria, 9th of tbe moon, A.ii. 
1197. A hosting by John De-Courcy with tbe Foreignera 
"of Ulidia to Es3-craibhe,' so that they huilt the castle of 
CeU-Santain"[and] the ciutred of Ciannachta was desolated 
by tbem. Moreover, in tbat castlo waa lef t Iloitscl Fitton 
[and] a forcc along with bim. Then Roitael Fitton came 
on a foray to the Port of Dairo, so that he pillaged 
Cluain-i and Enach and Dcrc-bruach. But Flaitbbertach 
Ua Maeldoraidh (namely, kiug of [CcneI-]Cona[i]ll and 
Cenel-Eoga[i]n) overtook them with a sraull forco 
of ibe [CcneI-]Conu[i]lI and the [Cenel-]Eoga[i]n, 
80 that he inflictcd defoat upon thcm on tbe 
strand of tbe [N] uathcongbbail [and] lhey were 


trtuiBmarinorum caeteronroqae 
iuítocum (fol. 21H 

Tho plaoo Is oinitted in the Fuiir 

The translator o! C toolt UÍairl 
frii tu be iahaWl la'i and applÍEd i t 
to tbe mnrdprpil man : " af ter 
bringing tbe 3 BhríiieB and CanonH 
oí PBtrícb «rith hlm into tlie south 
chuich of Armagh." 

1197. ■ E—rraiM,^.-~C«larafl o/ 
ihe ArnHcA[ÍN(/ Irrr]. On tho Banii, 
Bonth of Coleraine (O'D. F, Íl. 
iii. 107). 

' CeJl-Sanlmn.—Churcl, o/ibMofi) 
.5onta« (whose fuaet was June 10). 
From tho interchange of n nnd í 
aroiui Celi Samiill of B and " Eill- 
siDdle" of {eaat of tbe Bann, 
neu Ooleraitte, O'D., ili.). 


anfict(.a: uLítdTi. 

liwiipo, co pomapbaí a ii-apírnn fi'oon,'' 'mo 
hlli locLoirn'). cpG niipbaiL CoLuim-ciUe 7 CaÍTHiii^ 
í)l\eca[i]n poainsrerap ann. — TDac ^iLL 
Chiannacr[aiB] 1» fLoc aLcqia cempoill moip 'Ohaipe 
CoLuim-ciLLe 7 vo bpeii ceiípi"copn ip pepp -00 boi i 
epin'o 611^:1, mon, ím mac-piaBaC 7 fm mac-rolo[i]p 7^ 
copn lilJi TH aeL-Dopaií 7 im cam-copaimi 7 im copn 1 
"Ooíapcaií. Ilobpip'' imoppo 7 calL a n-innmuixi? 
lai'a[-6] 'DtB. Ppic imoppo i]^ii cpej'Loa lap n-a n-jaic 
na peoic 7 ínci pogac. Ocup pocpoca'6 é' fi'oon,' ic cpoif 
Tia piag') i*n-einec Colui m-cille, 'pa haLcoippopopatí 
ann.— Concobiip Caca[i]n vo éc. — | pLaicbepca£ I 
m aeL'Dopai'6, i7)on, pi ConailL ip eo^oin ip CCiTO'alU 
copnumaic 'Ceifipac 7 proamna Cpenn uiLe : 
CoiiaLl ap Loec'Dacc, Cu-CuLain'o'' ap §aii'ce6. Suai 
ai^ efneo, TTIac' Lu^ac ap ogLacup,' a éc lap cpeblfl 
eosai-be 1" n-1nip-8aimep. i' quapc Noin pebpai 
cpicacmat'°bLiaí)ain apLaiciipa"7ipnnomaft'*bLiCT6ain 
ap coicaic'* a aipi- Ocup poobnacc a ii-"Opuim-cuattia 
co honopoc. Ocup sabap Gcmapcac tilla "OocapcoiC 
pigi CeneoiL-ConaiLL po cecoip 7 nipaibe acc caiccisii" 
I pi^i, incan cainig liBoan "Oo-Cuipc co rocpaioe 1 

",1111,, A, B, 'peag, A. 'a.A. *o.B. '•.aasr. ma*. A. 
{voin,),A. ",ii.-tiicró, AB. "-LaicAj .l„ae,B. "itL,th, i 
om., C. l> ocoi— »»'/— prefi«cd, B. ' om., A. M ora.. B. 0. 
(Tunpca Fep.ia (on the fonrtli lena). A. Tho copjist doabtlee» nurtooh 
tp [thuB given in B)=pebTMii (FébraaTj) foi /'.ria ttnd omitted ii 
M beÍDg meaiiingtcsí. Feb. i íell on iíiuids,^. not Wwinoid»y, ii 

ToíiinecA.— St Canioe o( Kil- 
kenny was likcwi8e pntron of 
CiannBchtH (baconj of Eeenaght, 
co. Londoiiderrj), in wliich ha was 

' Brecan.— Ten of ths nawe mo 
vÍTeu ÍD Qie Bomonjinoas Lists 

(B(Kik of Lainater, p. i(£{). Tba 
Breonii hero intMidcd ia periiBpt 
the patron of Cenn Bainibe. luar 
the aource of the Bsiui, oo. Duvn. 

(rom the Gontext. 
• JtmU. — LitetiUr, 1 


slaughtered to a large riumber (namelj', oround the eon of [I107] 
Ardgal Ua Lochlainn), through miracle of Coliun-ciUe 
and OainnecV and Brecan* [whoae chnrches] tboy piUaged 
there. — Mac GiUa-Eidich of the Ciannachta robbed the 
great altar of the great church of Dairo of Columcílle and 
took the four [iive] best gobleti* that were in Ireland 
therefrom, including "the gray aon " and '"the aon of 
light " and the goblot of Ua Maeldoraidh and " the 
twistod goblet" and the goblet of Ua Dochartaich. 
Moreover, he broke ofE and took nway from thera their 
jewela' and their aetting. Bat, on the third day after 
their being stolen, the treasures and hc who etole thern 
were found out. And he was hungod (uamely, at the 
CroH of the EzecutÍons) in reparation to Colum-ciUc, 
vhoee altar waa profaned there. — Conchobur Ua Cutha[i]n 
died. — Flaithbertach Ua Maeldoraidh, that Is, king of 
[Cenell-Cona[Í]II and [Cenel]-Eoga[ÍJn and Airgialla, 
defender of Temhair and royal heir of all Ircland : namely. 
Conall' for championship, Cn-Ciifainn* for proweas, 
Guaire" for generoBÍty, Muc Lughachi" for athletics, died 
after choice tribulation in Inis-Sairaer, od the 4th of the 
Nonea [2nd] of February, in the thirtíeth year oí hia 
lordabip and in the ninth and fiftieth year of his age. 
And he waa buried honourably in Druim-tuamha. And 
Echmarcach Ua Dochartuich tafcea the ^ingahip of 
Cenel-Conaill immediately. And he waa but a fortnight in 
the kingsbip, when John De-Courcy came with a large 

^n>e traiulBtioti of &in[(M] (lell- 
ing'i ia oonjectunil. 

' ConslJ An UUter hero who 

lÍTed ia the lat 08011117 0* f'o 
Cbriiitiaii era. 

■ Cu-Cu/ui'nn. — Ooeuluidaa, de- 
cftntnUHÍiniu pngil {Ogngi», p. 

379). Floiiríxhed in Ulatar in the 
1 at centiirj, ^ d. 

• (íuaii'í.— Sec »ti/>ro, 662(=863), 
nifl DBme Btill lives, denoting a 
generoQS person. 

"^ Mút Lughaeli. — [Only] lan n/ 
iMgha (lii« mother). Or&ndsoii of 


fcnnccLo: uUcdTi. 

'inaitle pptf cap 'Cuaini hi "CiTi-n-eoEain. CCf[r}ew 
hCCp'o-niaca; lap pn, cimceaU co "Daine CoLuim-c 
co pabaTjaii coic oiíife mw- lmÉi|nc imoiipo co C 
ílarcain "o'a ii-imaciiii íaipiT- Cegaic ijono ' 
Conailt im ecmapcac Mla n-"Oocapcaic 'oin n-inn]xiig| 
■nopac]xtc caí ■ooiB, ■dií in pomapba'ó •oa cec'* "oiB, til 
pi^. i'Don. im ecniapcaf' 7 im "Doniica'o blla T^aipce| 
iTion," pigcoipeE CLainni-8nei'6|ile. iTion, CUI115 eíni 
e^nunia 7 comuiple Ceneoil-ConailL uile 7 im ^ií 
m-bpi^ hUa n-"Oocapcaic 7 im Tllac""OuCa[i]n 7« 
mas pep^atU^ 7 im macaiC hUi m-bai|ilL ec atf 
nobilef. Ocup poatpsrec Inip-n-eosain 7 «opai 
bopoma mó[i]p eipci. — Concobap,* mac mic Txtf&sJ 
lTlbui^[i]-l.uips 7 inui|i-CCi, cuip opDÓm 7 aipi 
enic 7 comaipci Connacc uiLe, a óc ittp n-aiípi^ z 
I tHainipcip CCca-'Do-Laapc. — ITIo[c] Cpaic hUa [ph]lá 
bepcaic, niac pig ^ipe-eogam, -00 mapba'6 7 HlaBl^ 
puanaig pepcomaip (no' Caipella^ijirj, ap-DCOipec 
Clmnni-'Díapmacn, T)o inapba'B 7 Tia mupcac niaici p'a 
muinncip -00 mapba'6.' 

|CuL.lan.u.'^p.,'L xx.,CCnnoTtomini ni'" c.° xc-" 
ftiLlíi tílac bac' hllu bpena[i]n- -do accup a comupM 
Uaía 7SiUa-Cpipc hUa Cepnaig ap colo* loec 7 cLeipi 
Tuoipce[i]pc Cpenn 'oo* oipT)neT)' 1 n-u inaw i n-abTwine 

(tTlacc" bpiain bhpeippnij;, mic 'Choipptiealbaig 1 
CIionciiBaip, -oo mapbaíi La CofeaL cap)iaC, mac Con5uH 

".r..A,B. "•Dd>h— ,A. "1Tlcr5A. ■' eiignil(p om.), A. 'htlun-l 
^w%—Ua_Daeliarlaigli—addeá, B. " om., B, C. °"itl., í 

A.D, 119S. ' Im (<: 0111.}, A. ' bp (eieniplur pmhablj iUagiUaj 
' raffl, A. " po hoiimnei — icai inftituleii, A ; -00 oiíiíp Ith» inflat 
slietrq th>it Ihe B-roadÍQg is oorrect. ■~*blanic npsce, A. 

Finii Uso Camaill, aui a fanioiu 1 tia), iii úi« thinl centorj of | 
n Iho Irish ÍVún'i (Mili- I orB. 



forceiinderhim pastTuaÍmiiitoTir-Eogaio. Fromhere to 
Ard-sratha ; aftcr that, around to Daire of Colum-cÍlle, so 
that tbey were five nights therein, They go tben to Cnoc- 
Naeoain, to bc carried acrosB il [Lough Swilly]. But the 
Cenel-Coraill, under Ecbmarcach Ua DocbarlaÍgli, come 
to attacfc them und gave them battle, wherc two hundred 
of them [the Irish] were líiUed, around tbcir king;, thut ia, 
Echmarcach and around Donnchadb Ua Tairccrt, uamely, 
royaI chiof of Clann-Sncidbghile, to wit, the link of gene- 
roBÍtv and valour and'counsel of all Conel-ConaiJl and 
around Gilla-Brigbti Ua Docbartaigh aiid around Mac 
Dubba[i]n and Mac Forghail and tlie sona of Ua Baighill 
and olher nobles. And they [the English] harried Inis- 
Eogain and carried great cattle-spoil tberefrom. — Concobar, 
grandson of Tadbg [Ua MaolruanaigbJ, king of Jlagh- 
LuÍrg and Mjgh-Ai, tower of splendour aiid principalily, 
of genero6Íty and protection of ali Connacbt, died after 
choice penancs in the Monaatery of Ath-da-laarc— Ma[c] 
Craith Ua [F]Iaithbertjiigb, son of the king of Tir- 
Eogaín, was kiUed and Maelruanaigh Fercomais (or 
0'CaireIlain'\), arch-chicf of Clann-Diarmata, waa killed 
and two good borgemen oí his people were killed. 

Ealcnda oí Jan. on 5th feria, 20th of the moon, a.d. 
1198. GiUa Mac Liac Ua Brena[i]n' put the succcsBÍon 
away from him and Gilla-Crist Ua Cernaigh' by choice of 
laity and clergy of the Nortb of Ireland was ordaioed iii 
hÍH sfcad in the abbacy of Colum-cilie. 

(The son- of Brian of Breifni, aon of Toirrdeaíbach Ua 
Conchubhair, was killed by Cathnl Carrach, eon of Con- 
chubar Maenmhai^he- 

» O'Cairrllaii: — ThU is the 
oorrect reading. The O'CairellHna 
were uhieCs of ClHnn-DÍanaada 
(Clondrrmnt, oo. LouduDdeiTf). 

1108. ' Ua Brenain ; Ua CkrHaiyh. 
— See Jrfnmnnn, pp. 408-9. 

' Tht j-nu.— aÍTBn at this jear in 
AnHaU of íjoeh CeMidFonr Mailrii. 



CCMHffUr UlcCTttl. 

IJo gUTiia'D ciji 111 ICLiUciim) 1*0 tni'o coin liiiaiípi í 
Concobaiii tio Beic. 

U. cccc 111.') 

[Cal. lan. ut.' p.," l. 1., CCiino 'Doiiiini ni. 
Huai'Dpi hlla Concobaifi (i'ooii.' ttiac T^oippfiealBois | 
Concubaiii'), pi epenn, in peiiicencia quieuic- — Cocal^ 
hUa niaelpabaiLL, pi Cuippsi-bpacm'oe, vo mapbafi n 
"Oepaíijn 7 "D6pa[i]n -do mapbaí annpem,'' — 8liia§trft 
la tiCoan *Oo-Cuipc 1 'Cip-n-eosain ap vuc na ceaLL : iiioii. 
CCpT)-ppa€a 7 Hac-boí t)o miLLiuí ■dó, no' co poafe 
"Oaipe, co paiBe anniin' Da oi'fece pop pecCTnam ] ic 
miLLiu-D Innp-lieosain 7 m cipe apeena 7 ni pagaí» of 
ppi pe V'o'^" no co' coiiacc' CCe* hUa HeiU, Lucc coic 
lons, co CiLl . . ,' ilLarapnu,* co poLoipc tií TK)'n boiLe, 
co pomapb Tiip ceixa -do picic' annpeiii'. CCnnpem 
pobocapSoiU tDuije-tine? "Oal-CCpuifee, cpi cec,' 1 
cfnn, ecip lapn 7 cen° lapn 7 níp'aipi§ffDup nofl 
po-Doipc]ic 'n-a cenn ic Lopcaí in baiLe, CCnnp 
cucpac ■Debam ap láp m baiLe, co pomaií ap Sal'l't"B 7 
cucpac coic ma'fennann'Dit' o pein ama£ i:oppa no con- 
TiecaT^up 'n-a LongaiB 7 nip'pigaí'' acc coicep* tw 
muinncip bUi tJeiLL. lap pin jwnmcig Sheoan, o'ccuaLu 
pm popcea. — Cac(r& ecep ConaLL ip eojan, i-oon, co 
cucpac CeneL-ConaiLl pigi tio U[a] eicni5. CCnnp ein 
cáinic* 'n-a comne co 7i;epmonn-"Dabeó[i]c. táintc' h 
The feríiil aod epaut, liawever. belopg tt> 1I9S. ''°n.t.h.,A: onu, | 
A.D. 1199. 'ainviy^ni, A, ' oLa— ■ A, ' , ii. ic, A, B. *atiT>— í*n 
',c„A, B. 'piiiiiB, '-man, A. *coictnn,B. *-s. B. ".1 
blauk npoae, A. 1>— ,11111, °. B, Sat tlie íerial &nd epact ol B Uaelf ■ 
thattl.ayeatÍ8ll9B,notn98, '►"itl.. d. t. h., A ; om,, B, C. "" 
C. 'ora.,A. ''co n-ttmicaiT)— unlií teful, li ; Titb whieh C ) 
■ bloolc left for uaiuc of churoh, A, B. " KillabamB,'' C. 1 
w«B WBDtinjf. I, m)t'i^as|-ac — íAf^ /</i nuf. B. 

' Or, ttí. — ThÍB ulternntiVB date 
is correct. O'Flahenj [ Ogygia, pp, 
441.2) qviotea a contempomieouB 
ohit whioh BpeaiBes tbe ;e&r bf 

Thurxdar, muon 20 tsai ths á 

Sunday, Dec 2. moor 

oritería aoeurateljr daagtute !■ 

^ 5103,— Tbil bulODg» to U 



Oi^ it iiiay be on thís year it were rigbt for [the deatb [uga] 
of] RuaÍdhri Ua Concbobair to be. 

[A.M.] 5403.=) 

Ealends of Jan. on 6th feria, Ist of the moon, a.d. [1199] 
1 i;iS). Iluaidbri TTa Concobair (that is, son of ToÍrrdheal- 
bhach Ua Ccnchubair), lcingof Ireland, restedin penance.' 
— Cathalan Ua Maelfhiibaill, kinf; of Carraic-BracbaÍdhe, 
was killed by O'Derain and O'Derain waa killed at the 
same time. — A hoating by Jobn De-Courcy into Tir- 
Eogain tbroughout the chnvchea : narnel^, Ard-sratha and 
Ratb-both were destroyed by him, iintil he reached Daire, 
sothat bewas tbere two nighla over a week, deatroyingInia- 
Eogain and the countrj beaidca. And he would not have 
gone therefrom for a long time.had not [//V. until] Aedh Ua 
Jíeill, [with]aforceoffiveehip3, reachedCell [ruadh!^] iu 
Latharna, so that be bumed a part of the towa and kiI!od 
twenty,wantingtwo,therein. Then the ForeÍgnera ofMagh- 
Liue and Dal-Araidbe were, three hundred [strongj.both in 
mail' and without mail,* in front of him and they [the 
Irish] noticod not, unlil [the Foreigners] poured agaiuat 
them, burning ihe town. Tbereupon they gave battle in 
the ccntro of the town and it went againat the ForeÍgners. 
Aiid [tbe Irish] gave five defcats to tbem thenceforward, 
until they went into their shipa and only five of the people 
of Ua Ncill were loat. Thereaftcr John went away, wheu 
he hoard tbat — Great war betwecn [Ceuel-]Cona[Í]ll and 
[Cenel-]Eoga[i]n, so tbat Cencl-Coaaill gavo the king- 
ship to Ua Eicnigh. Then he came to raoet thera to ihe 
Termonn of [8t.] Dabeoc. Ua Neill with the Men of 

lowing year. It u bascd upon the 
a*me R£ckoQÍn^ as that inwrted at 
432 and elaewbere ; natuelj, tha 
Hundane Períad — 4S01 yean. 

119í>. ■ RlHfíl I» penaact.— 
Aooording to Ihe obit in O'Flahertj', 
he died io the monaaterj of Ctmg, 

wharabehadBpeiit thelBBtthirteen 
fears of bÍH life aad vna burled at 
Cloninaanoiae. f3ee O'Donavau, 
F. M.iii. 112-3. 

' Ctllí.ruadi /].— ThebraokBtted 
part ís íuígested by O'Donovau. 

' Mail, — Literall]', i'riHi. 

(TMMttlrC ulcrDÍi. 

líeilL co peiiaiB ITIaip-lfd mt ffiipmni'c 'n-a comne, co 
faca cac apaile thC 7 co Tiomebai-o ap Mia n-eicnis 7 
co pápsaiB b]iai^. CCpi'ifte, ipn loo cecnn, CCe-o htla 
líeiU 7 Cenel-eoRrtin, co po'HpgreT; CeneL-ConntU 
imTTlaCaipe ITlaisi-hlca 7 co cuci'ac bopoma n- 
■DHtipiiHTie"' Lflo. Ocup ip Do'n cpeichi im "oo mapbafi 
lliuLL hUa "DinB-oipiTiaaprcéiiíiLeffD. lappin,' pliias»ro 
LahtCe-o hlla tJeiLL 7 La Cenel-n-eoEain co ITlucaipe 
tHui^i-lfea DO íabaipc caca to CeneL-ConaiLl, no co 
pov'osiw; CeneL-ConaiU in loiijpopc 7 co n^epnp 
bLaoso'D pirta] annpeni.'' 

(81S' -00 ftGnam ■00 Chacal ChpoiB-oeapg htla Choi 
baip pe CacaL Oappac, mac Concubaip ttlaenmoifte 5 
cubaipc hiiTip 7 vepcinn vú íabaipc 1)0.') 

lCaU lan. un.* p.,* L x. n.,'' CCnno "Oomini TTl.*' 
tTlaeL-lppu" ITlac T^iLle-eiiain. nipcinnec CiUe-moipi 
hUa-Ni[o]Lla[i]n 7 aíbup comapba pacpaic, iti pace 
quieuic'' — ■Ooponpac ^«lU ULaíi' cpi cpeca 1 
605^111 7 in cpep cpec Tioponpoc, nosabpac Longi 
TJomnac-mop muigi-lmcLcHp. "Oocuippec cpec 
ímac. 'CáiriE CCe'b hlla lleilL 1 n-itipcip na cpeice. < 
compuc "Do 7 na ^aiLL 7 co ponuii'D ap J^oLluiB 7 co 
caiiaic ap n-Tiaipmíie poppo 7 poéLaTiup '|Xiii | aificft' 
co n-T)ecaT)up' cup t;úaim. — Sanccup tnaupiciup* I 
baeca[i]n 1 n-hl CoLuim-ciLLe in pace cjuieuic- 
La Runifipi ttlac "OumnpLeiBe, co iií -00 ghaLLaiB TTÍi^ 
co pOHipspec tTlaiiii]"cip'pboiL 7 phecaip.' co nap'pagpot 
iiinci acc uen boin. — tloiDUb'' ÍTluc UaeTiis, roipeC 
Ceiie[oi]L-Oen§upa, tio mupba'ó t>o ghaLLaiB ap cpeiC 1 

A.D. 1189. '"-01111118, B. "n. t. h., A ; om., B, C. 

A.D. riOO. ' ii-T>eacatiu|i, B. Mlluiliriup A. 'peTiuni, B. 
00 blimli Hp&oe, A. ^' .xi., B. Thia, aulau perhsps o. «uibal tc 
iiDkuoaimt>ble readiiig ', xi. not beiug nii epnot. ' 
neooB];. •'-' om., B, C, * m btiU'Ócnii pn— (*iil jínr — idded, B 


-moipe " 

;, in pHce j 

'ice. co fl^^^ 


Magb-Itha came againat him, toprevent tliat each rugiíi 
oí them saw the other. Anii Ua Eicnigh was defeateil 
ond left pledgofi. From here Aedh TJa NeiU and tho Cenel- 
Eogain [went] on the same day, unlil thcy harried Cenel- 
Conaill aroond the Plain of Magh-Itha and toolc countleas 
cattle-spoil away with thcm. Ánd it ia on fhat foray 
Niall TJa Duibhdirma was hilled oa a surprise party. 
After that, a hostiag [wasmade] byAedh TJaNeiIl andby 
the Cenel-Eogain to the Plain of Magb-Itha, to give battle 
to the Cenel-ConaiU, eo that the Cenel-ConaÍIl abandoned 
the carap and they made a kind of peace then. 

(Peace* was raade between Cathal Red-Hand TJa Con- 
chabaír with Oathat Carrach, aoa of Conchubar Maen- 
maighe and [Cathal] was bronght into the coimtry and 
iRnd gíven to him.) 

Ealends of Jan. on 7th feria, 12th of the moon, A.n. [laooBis, 
1 200. Mael-Isu, son of Gilla-Erain, herenagh of Cell-mor 
of TJi-?íialIain and successor designate of Patrick, rested 
in peace.— The Foreigners of Ulidia made three foraya 
ínto Tir-EogaÍQ and the third foray theymade, theymade 
a campat Domnach-mor of Magh-Imclair. They Bent a 
large foray [party] abroad. Aodh Ua NeiU camc to 
rescue the prey, untQ himself and the Foreigners mot and 
defeat was Ínflicted upon the Forcigners and countless 
filaughter waa put upon thera and they stolo away in the 
night, until they went paat TuaÍm. — Tbo saÍQtly Maurice 
Ua Baetain^ rested in peace in I[ona] of Colnra-ciIIe. — A 
foray by RuaidhrÍ Mac Duinnsleibhe [Ua Eochadha] 
with some of the Foreigners of Meatb. so tbat they 
piUaged the Monaslery of I'uul and Peter [in Arroagh] 
until they left not therein but one cow. — Rudub Mac 
Raedig, chief of Cencl-Oenghusa, waa killed by the 

1200. 1 ÍTn Baífflín.— "BaBtan, 
Baicban, Buadan, DoetD^, Baedug', 

234 ccMMcclxc tiloroti. 

n-CCenafica-Chéin/ — íloUanT:/ mac Ucqfiaig, fií S^U- 
5ai'5el, in pace quieuir;.' 

(T)onnca*» Uaiéneac, mac fluai'6iii hlli Chon£u6aiii, 
w mafiba^ laif na 8axait5 tScroafi hiltuimniuc.") 

(U.* ccccu.' [=OC.T). m. cc. 1.]) 

lCaL lan. 11.** p.,** Lacx. 111., Ctnno T)onríini lTI.*cc."i." 
1x^^1-5111 ínac T)uinnflei!5e, fii llla^ 7 cainnel scnfa'B 
na h-ejxenn uile, vo mafibao vo 5haUaiíí, iT)on, riiia 
mífibuilitS poil 7 peraifi^ 7 paqiaic* fiofHxiung. — 
Tomalcac hlla Conchobaifi, coniafiba paqfiaic 7 apD- 
pfiimaié* ejxenn uile vo ecna[i] 7 vo cjiabob, in pace 
quieuic — Innafiba^-S] Cacailcfioi!5T)e[i]fi5hUi Concobuni 
7 fii^a^ Caéail cafipai§ 1 ri-a ina^ (flo* comcrft a[i in 
lCalainT) fi ruaf nc innapba^-S] Corail cpoibT)e[i]p5.*). — 
8lo§a^ la hOCe'D hUa MeiU 1 poifiicin CaéaiL qioib- 
T)e[i]fi5 co ^011^1-5 íriuigi-hlua 7 co n-bCipsiaUoiB co 
jxan^acafi co 'Cec-Oaiuin OCijicig, co pofoifenjp ann, co 
cansaDUfi co h6f-T)afia 7 co fiuc opfia Coíal cafifiac co 
maiuip Connacr; 7 lÍiUiam Oufic co n-5aUait5 tuimni§ 
imaiUe pfiif 7 co fiomui'5 afi 'ChuaifcefiT; n-Gfienn 7 co 
fap^baD anT) hUa h6icni§, aifiT)pi§ CCifpaU ec, alii 
muln. — 8lo§a'5la 8heoan T)0-ChuipT;co n-^aUaiB UloB 
7 mac II50 T)e-Laci co n-gaUaiC mí'De 1 poifian Caíail 

A.D. 1200. ''om., C. "n. t.b.. A ; om., B, C. 

A.D. 1201. 1 peaT)aii\, B. *-p.aij;, B. ' aiviT)p|iimpai'D, B. ■»n. t.h., 
A; om., B, C, D. ?*-^ n.t. li., on blank space, A; om.,B, C, D. «cm. 
B ; that is, the year in B (followed by C, D) is 1200,— eironeoualr, aa the 
epact shews. **<* 1. m., t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

Bnadog are all varioties of the 
Bame name, and Baetog prefixed by 
da [=do, thy], the title of endear- 
ment, make8 Cluain-da-Bbaotog, 
now Clondavaddog, tbe name of a 
parisb in Fanad, in tbe nortb of ' Roland.'—King of Qalloway. 

^or tbe Cross of St. Baadon of 
Clonca (Cluain-catba, Inisbowen^ 
co. Donegal), aeeProc R.I.A. Ser. 
iii.VoLII.,p. 109. 

Donegal.'* AdamriaHf p. 409. 

For some of bÍB doings, Me Benodiet 


Foreigners on a foray in Aenarca-Cein. — Roland,^ son [1200] 
of TJchtrach, king of the Foreign-Irish, rested in peace. 

(Donnchadh^ of Uaithne, son of Ruaidhri Ua Conchu- 
bhair, was killed by the Saxons that were in Limeric^.) 

([A.M.] 5405 [a.d. 1201].) 

Kalend£i of Jan. on 2nd feria, 24th of the moon, a.d. [1201] 
1201. Ruaidhri Mac Buinnsleibhe [Ua Eochada], king 
of Ulidia and candle of championship of all Ireland, was 
killed by the Foreigners, to wit, through the miracles of 
Paul and Peter and Patrick whom he dishonoured.^ — 
Tomaltach Ua Conchobair, successor of Patrick and arch- 
primate of all Ireland for wisdom and piety, rested in 
peace. — ^Expulsion of Cathal Bed-hand Ua Conchobuir 
and coronation of Cathal Carrach in his stead (Or perhaps 
it is in this [preceding] year above the expulsion of Caihal 
Red-hand comes.). — A hosting by Aedh Ua líeill in aid 
of Cathal Red-hand with the Men of Magh-Itha and with 
the Airghialla, until they came to Tech-Baithin of Airtech. 
They tumed there until they came to Es-dara and Cathal 
Carrach with thenoblesofConnachtandWilliam[deJBurgh 
with the Foreigners of Limerick along with him overlook 
them. And the North of Ireland was defeated and Ua 
EicDÍgh, arch-king of Airgialla and many others were 
lost. — ^A hosting by John De Courcy with the Foreigners 
and the son of Ugo De Lacy with the Foreigners of Meath 
in aid of Cathal Red-hand, imtil they reached Cell-mic- 

of PeterboTongh, i. 339—48, ii. 8 
(BoUs' ed.). 

« Of Uaiíhn^.—" So called from 
baTÍng been foetered in tbe terri- 
tory of Uaitkn€y now Owneybeg, a 
baronj in tbe nortb-east of tbe co. 
liimericlc" (Note to Anna/s of 
Lodk C4, i. 208.) 

The entrj is given at 1200 in tbe 
Annals of Loch Ce ; at 1199 and 
1200 in tbe Four Maaters, 

1201. ^ Diahonoured. — See tbe act 
of profanation nnder tbe last pre- 
ceding jear. 


cpoibDe[i]p5, co jiani^aTnip CilL niic ii-"Ouoc 
cainÍ5 Caíal cappaÓ co ConnocraiB imailLe piur 
pocmpreT: caé 7 co pomui^ ap ^haltmB UUrfi 7 fnifie. 
1 baiL inpabaTiup*na coic'* cttca, ní caiiiígaracT: -oa toc 
T)iB. — CCe^ hlla WeilL -oo acpisofi la Cenel -11-6050111 
pi§ir6 Coníobtiip THes LaíLainn tmjiB 7 co n-Tjepna cpeic 
bi T!:ip-n-en[n]ai.^ co ruc bú \ waipinroe 7 co ]ioinapb 
•oaine. CCnnpein cáiní^ eicneCaii bUa "OoniiiailL co 
Longaip CeniuiL-ConaiLL 7 co n-a pLo^ ap cip, co 
posabpac Lon^popc ic ^'^eÉ-m-caippsiii. lup pm 
cungacup CLunii-*Oiapmaca co popc-poip Tio'n leti]í 
uiLe Tio gabaiL pi^ipin loinjtp. lap p" poleiccea oppa 
na cpi Lonja xiéc Laii[a] -00 ]'Lua§> co pomai-o ap CLainn- 
*Oiapmaca. lap pin r;aini5Tinac tacLoinii Owi.' Con- 
ruCap beacc*) 1 ii-a ixiipicin, co posonu'fi a ec 7 co 
rojicaip 'Do'n epcap pin Lu CeneL-ConailL 1 n-einec 
CoLuim-ciLte 7 a comapta 7 o fcpine po6oniÍatai|. 
Ocup' cpioixin iTiipbail i^ccna* pomapB Concobup 
ITlupíaíi liUaCpica[i]n,pi hUa-pacpac. 
(CoiicuBop' 110 sLaipveine hU lluaipc ■oo ba&u^. 

[Cal. lan. iii.' p.,' U im., CCnno "Oomini 1TI.° « 
UiaLL hUa pLainn' T)o mapbo'b -oo SoLLniB Ul 
meCaiL — ITlajnup, mac "Oiaiímocu hUi LucUnn! 

omitted ÍD D. 

A.D, 12Ú2. 'V 
thatii, IZOI; vhi 
oro. in C, D. 

(tbe Lstin equÍVRlentum»] a« 
A; om., B.C, D, 'iiwíii» 
tn— (ía/— sddcii, B 

1 blanlc spipe, A. '-.i.", Bi 
■■ om.. B, C, D. 1 nieBail b 

' TAe place, tie. — DefloendentBa 
ad hcUnmfiieruutiiumero 15 miUia 
armatorum, ex quibuE g millia in 
eodcm bello perierunt, D. Tliifl ia, 
tiD doubt, HJi Gza^geratiun. 

' Dithimoared. — D addi : Et 
IB ipRB O'LddíU oum sou 

perBeautuR eet fagsm iuter Donni- 
tioB ct Eoganeiuea, quo* aimul 
opprossit eí taudom rodiit rnin 
mapia preda ot TÍelorÍa. 

' CoHchnbhor. — Cirea ii 
ixaltQfLoch Ct, edoH, 

'.Vo GtaiifhUu.—Of lÁt i 



Duach. Then carae Cuthal Carracli with the Connachtmen [i2oi] 
along with him and they engaged in battle and the 
Foreignera of UlÍdia and Meath were defeated. The 
place- wherein were the fivc battalions, there came not 
therefrom but two battaliona of thcm. — Aedh Ca Neill was 
depased by the Cencl-Eogain and thc coronation of Con- 
chobar Mac Lachlainn [wus efEected] by thcm. And he 
made a foray into Tir-línuai, ho that hc took away cowh 
innumerable and lcilled people. Then eame Eicnechan 
TJa DomEaiII with the fleet of Cenel-ConaiU and with 
their hoat on Íand, bo that they formed a carop at Gaeth- 
ÍE-cairrgin. Thereaftcr camc the Clann-Diarmata to 
Port-roÍH on tho other Bide, to act againat tho fleet. 
After that. there wcre sent againat tbem the thirteen 
ahipB fuU of the host, so that [the battle] wentagainst the 
Clann-Diarmata. Thereupon Mac Lachluinn (namely, 
Conchubhur the Little) came to their aid, until his horse 
was wounded and he fcll of that fall by the Cenel-ConaiII, 
ia reparation of^St.] Colum-cille and of his successor and 
of his Shrine that he dishonoured .' And throngh the 
same miracle Couchobur killed Murchadh tja Crichain, 
kÍDg of TJi-Fiachrach. 

(Conchubhar* na Glaiafheine^ U[a] Ruairc waa 

Xalende oí Jan. on 3rd feria, 4th of the moon, a.d, [1202] 
1202. líiall Ua Flainn was killed by the Foreignera of 
UlÍdia in treachery. — MaghnuB, Hon of DianDait Ua 

wiíííin! "m 0»lled froni the colour 1 ' DrBienril.—la tha Erne, near 
of tlieir arnisur ot of tbeir Belledc. fljing from a. butlJe gaÍDed 
■tandarda" {Pumit 0/ Diarnuiid oTor Ualgarg 0'Roiuke and himBetf 

and Grain: ed. S. H. OQrad?, by O'Donaell. (F, Jf . A.l>. 1 200 uia 




mafibcTD DO ITluipcepixic hlla^ l]eiLL TnuipcepcaC httd 
NeilL T)Oiio -00 iiiaiib(r5 anii. 

(1n* c-eapciib tilla ITleUoi^ rjuteuir. — loliaiiner» pp^r" 
hiceii CapTiiiiaLii' i\e THonce Cetío ec Legocup 
CCpopcoLic[a]a Se'oii'i in hibepmam iienic. ftenu'b 
cleipeaC Gipenn, icip S'iil-'-'"^ 7 S'ios''^s'''-°'^' ' n-fffi 
cliac tmon Capmnail cerna pin. Senut Clionnacc, icip 
La6caif5 7 íiLeipíiB, hic CCc-Luam lii cim) caeici'feip imon 
CapTiinaiL cecna. — 'Coipp-DeuLbaí, mac Uiiai'fcpi, mic 
T^lioipp'feeaLbai'fi IiUi ConíuCaip, "do ^a&ail La Caéal 
cpoiBDeps, ta pi Connacc. Ocup ip lac popsaBroce^ 
mon, "Oonncafe hlla 'Oub'Da, pi hlla-n-OCrtialsai^ 7 
(>)nf;u5ap 50C hUu heofepa, pi Luisne Connacc j 
T)iapma)T), mac Ruai'fipi htli ConcoBaip, iDon, Tnac j 
a£ap pem 7 "OiapniuiT), niac nioíinupa, nion, ind 
Tiepbpacap a aéap.* — CucaL' cappac, mac ConíuBq 
mhaeninuiae, mic 'CoippT)eLGai§ riioip, pi Con'oaCc, ' 
mapba'6 in bLiff&uin fi.') 

lCat lan. iiii." •[:.' t. x, u., CCiino "Domini tTI.° cc' 11 
THaet-Cotuim" hUa Opona[i]n, aipcinnec Troptn"&e, 
pace quieuic." — "DoninaLL Cuppuc hllu "Ooíupcaíli 1 
7!;hipe-ConaiLt, th) mapbaí t>o lílhuinncep-bai^ll' 
apgain cett' n-im'6a 7 cuaifi. — tHaet-pnnen 
CoLma[i]n, apTifenoip cosoifce,^ in pace (juiBt 
"OomnaLt hlla bpoLca[i]n, ppioip [Ui.''] uapaLfend 

■iB«pcnlwI, doubtliae by overMglit, B. •■•Partlj on tcxt ipace, putljra 
nuugin, D. t. h,. A: om., B, C, U. "r. ni., n. I. h,,A! ora., B, C, D,"f 

A.D. 1208. 'boigiU, B. 'ceall, B. »copiifii, A " 

blBnk »pa<*, A. i-.ii." (1202), B ; (oilaimd bj C, D. «oin^ D, QÍ 
Theonlerot iheentríeamB, C, D ia : TTIae^VinTimi— "DuiniialtCaTiM 
— 'DomtiaUi hUa Oiiolcan. '' blanlc lefi {or bmov oí CommiiniIy, Í,Í 
Not iupplied in C, D. For the reading to, aoe Adamtiaii, p. 408, n. e.'^ 

1!02. 'jt U« mwc f<n».— Et 
pcppteroa eodem itiBIBiitÍ ipHe 
ManTÍoÍnB sitniliter iateremptiu 

•Ua JWfaíjA. — Conn O'Mel- 

tai^h, bisbop of AniiagIidoirn,a 
Galwaj', acconliiig to tbe j~ 

All tLe added entríei are giTeo in 
the Annali o/Latli Ct U Ouí ^eal^ 


I^ehlaínii, waa Idlled by MuÍrcertacli Ua Neill. MuÍr- 
certaeh Ua NeiD, howevcr, was killed at the same timc* 

(The hishop Ua Mellaigh- rested. — John,' Cardinal 
PrieBt of Monte Celio nnd Legatc ot' thc Apostolic See, 
came into Ireland. A Sj'Dod of the clergy of Ireland, 
both ForeÍgiiers and GaÍdhiI, [assotnhled] at Ath-cliath 
irnder that saiue Cardinal. — A Sj'nod of Connacht, both 
laicB and clericfi, [nsaerabled] at Aih-lunin at the end of a 
fortníght under the aame CardÍnal. — Toirrdhealbach, son 
of Ruaidhri, son of Toirrdhealbach Ua Concbubhair, waa 
taken prÍBOuer by Cathal Red-hand, [namely] by the kíng 
of Connacht. And íd is thcse captured him, — namelv, 
Donnchadh Ua Dubda, king of Ui-Amhalgaidh and Con- 
chubhar Ua Eadhra the Stammcrer, king of the Luighm 
of ConnacLt and Diarmaid, son of Ruaidhri Ua Conchob- 
hair, to wit, the Bon of Lis own father, and Diarmuid, son 
of Maghnus, that ia, the son of Ihe brolher of hia futher. — 
Calhal Carrach,' son of Conchubhar Maenmuighe, son of 
Toirrdelbach Mor, king of Conuacht, was killed in thia 

Kalenda of Jan. on 4th fcria, láth of the moon, a.d. | 
1203. Mael-Coluira Ua BrouaÍQ, herenagh of Toraidhe, 
reated in peace. — Doninall Cnrrach U^a DochartaÍgh, king 
of Tir-Conaill' was killed by Muinnter-Baighill after 
pillaging many churches and territories. — Mael-FÍnne 
Mac Colmain, arch-scnior Bclect, reated in peace. — Dom- 
nallUaBroU'haiu prior [of JoLa], emincnt Bcnior eelect for- 

'John. — On AufTiGC 15 of thÍA 
jetr, Kiiig John reoewed (by 
Letters) an appoal bofoco Ihs Le- 
gBteagwuttbcbiiibopBof Clogher. 
ClonaiBonaJBe, Kella tmd Ardagb, 
the arobdeacoii of AmiBj^h atid 
otbers, wbo had ahuwu a maiiifcBt 
desire ío work ag-ain."t the Idng'í 

righl reípectintj' IhD tbeii Taoant Reglua profeísor Ardmoighiit ! D. 

church of Armagb {^CiiltHilar ti 
JJocuiiifnli reiníínj lo Irelami, vol. l 
Nu. Ili8). 

* CuiTuc*.— 8cabidus, D ; oor- 
rect!;, Fur difforeut Bcoount!> oi 
bi9 dcatb, íce ÁHnalt o/ Loeh (.1 
nWf.M.; 1201. 

1203. 'A'ÍHjí 0/ Tlr.Connmll.- 

OTi* ceilL, «íi cpuf,' ap' ■oeilb, ojx Tiuccuf,' tiii 
minG, ap iiiop'5acc, a\\' imi-Dcatpe," ap' CTiabafe, 
ecna[i],' po)'c Tnosnatn qiibulanonein* ec opcin| 
peniceiiciam^ m qtiinco" jCaleiTDqp maii, lnSPBp[T^ 
epc uiam untueppae capnip-' 

(CoiiciiCap^ pnoí, mac "OomnailL hlla bpintii, tio 
itiapBcí'fi l'a 'SeapBpacatp pein, iDOn. la lHuipceapcac, 
mac n-THiomnailL, mic 'Cliotpp5eaLbui'& hUi bpiain. — 
t^Mpp-BeaLCaC, mac TluafDpt Iillt ConcuBaip, 'o'ecLufi ap 
a SeimíuL 7 )tf> do íenum do Chacal cpotB'56ap5 ptp 7 
pepann 'DU íaBaipc to. 'Coipp^GalBaí 'o'innapba[í] tio 
ChacaL cpoiB-oeps 7 pic tk> Tienum pip po cecoip cpe 
impiTii na 11-50LI, itoii, ITIatLpep 7 Uacep.") 

[bip.] ]caL. lan. u'p' ta:x.ui., CCnno 'Oomtni ni."cc." iiti."' 

ASSo "Ooipe' 7)0 Lopca^ | c« pelic* lTlapc[a]in* co cibpuic 

B6Bb CCTiloiTina^iln, — 'Otapmaic, mac TTIuipcepcaií; hUi Loc- 

Lainn,* co ni -00 JhaLLaiE "do ftaccain ap cpeic i TTtp-n- 

eogain, co pompspec m Scpin CoLuim-ciLLe, co p'ucpoc 

oppa 'opem -oo CemuL-éosaiii, co pematfe pop ^ 

pomapbofi "Oiapmaic cjiia mipbaiLiC na Scpnie. — SLofo* 

La mac Usa'oe-Laci co ni "00 5''°'-'-0'^ "^' TTIi'&o 1 n- 

ULLcaiB, co po-oicuipe-oup 8heoan ■Do-Chuipc" a hULLcaiB. 

— TTlainipcip^ ■do Tienuiíi -oo CeLLuc . . . ' ap Lap cpof 

A,D. 1203. '— cnmBm, B. ' |.eiiecenci(mi. B. .u.cap. A;, B. 

"■ ap. qiuf , Qp. íeiU, B ; followcd b)' C. D, '' ap Bacna, aj» apo- 

flialxro— /ór aUdotii, /or tialled pitlif, B (C, D). 

Tiniuic, C, D, ti n_ t. h., A ; om., li, C, D. 

A.D. 1204. "■Doiivi, A. 'peiLic, A. 'nioiiicm, A. «locUnnn, B. 
•CTiunc wilh no "Do Guipc— or (tbo name ij not Db Churi, bui) Do CWrt 

— ill., t, b., B " r. t. b. on blaiifc spsc. A. i" .ji., ( 

n. t. h., A. "-.111." C12T)3), B, C, D. "'^ om.. B, C, D. 

abont 8 letters Irft Ín MS. (A). Thc miioiog iroida, tbere «u bt |l 

doubt. ure abboT) 1a — níior oflma. 

Inthe jl»Ha[io/ZocACo(I202)hs | ihewB tll&t ths t 

ia called kiiig of Ard-Ilidhair oonaiilted otb«t tntlioittÍM^ 1 

(Ardmire, co. DDnegal), vhioh | ' * April 97. — U Wl gB| 



intelligence, for form, for appearance, for disposition, for 
gentleness, for magaanimitj', for benevolonoe, for piety, 
for wiadom, entered the way of all fleeh, after great 
soflering and moat excellent penance, on the 5th of the 
Ealends of May [AprÍl 27^]. 

(Conchubhar^ the Red, son of Domnall Ua Briain, was 
killedby hia own brother, numely, by Muircertach, son of 
Domnall, hoo of Toirrdhealbudh Ua BrialD. — Toirrdheal- 
bacb, son of E.uaidhrÍ Ua Concbubhair, escaped from hie 
captivity and peace was made by Cathal Red-band with 
him and laud was given to bim, Toirrdhealbach waa 
expelled by Cathal Red-hand and peace waa made with 
him immediately througli intercession of the Foreigners, 
namely. Meyler^ and Walter^ [De Lacy].) 

Ealenda of Jan. on 5th fería, 2(>th of thc moon, a.d. -| 
1204. Doire was bumed from the Cemetery of [St.] Marlin 
to the Well of [St.] Adomhnan.^ — Diannait, son of Muír- 
certach Ua Lochlainn, with a force of Foreigners came on 
a foray into Tir-Eogain, so tbat they plundered the Shrine 
of [St.] Colum-cille, until a parly of the Cenel-Eogain over- 
toot ihem [and] defeat waa intlicted upou the Forcignera 
[and] Diarmait waa killed through mirocles of Ibe Shriue, 
— A hoHting by [Ugo] the son of Ugo De Lacy with a 
force of Foreigners of Meath into Ulidia, bo that they 
ezpelled John De Courcy out of Ulidia. — A monastery^ 
was built by Cellach, [abbot of lona] in the centre of the 

daj' ÍQ tbs present jesr. Tbia 
gOM to prova that the Annah of 
lofh Ce (toUowod by the F. M.) 
err Ín auigTiing ths obit to 1 2fS'2 ; 
in whieh the a7th fell on Satiirday, 
«dftjof no partloQlBr note. For 
Ué Bnlohain, see Adamnan, p. 409, 

• Conchabhar, ítc.-The additions 

are givan (the liwt eDtrr with 

grenter detail) ín the AmtaU of 

Loch Cf (flrf oíi.). 
*Jfeylir.— Mejler Fitz Henij 

(iUegitiinate aon of King Henrj I.), 

Juaiioiarj of Iceland. 
' ITaí/ej'.— 3on of Hugh Do Lacj, 
1204. ^ MaMiterg. — Seo Adam- 

..,,, p. <12. 

2+2 aiiHccLcc uUtdti. 

la gan nac 01156-5, cati fapii^U'&iTiiiinticein la, co pomilL 
in baile co nióp. ^lojaí T)ono la cLeipciC epenn, Toon, 
la plopfnr hlta CeiibaLla[i]n, La erpuc Cipe-Iieosam 7 
La niael-lrii liUa n-T)opi5, iiwn. eyptíc T)ipe-ConailL 7 
la abaT» peicLej'a poil 7 pecaip 1 n-CCp-D-TTlaca 7 La 
hCCmaLEai'fi liUa pepjail, abaT> peicLepa "Ooipe 7 la 
hCCinmipe hlla CoBíoi^ 7 pocai-Bi nióp 1)0 mtnnncep 
"Doipe 7 pocaiíii mop "tío cLeipíiB iii fiiaiixietilpc, co 
popcoiLpecin TDamipcep -00 peip-oLi^i-bna hecaiLp. In 
c-CCiTiaL5ai'5 peiSipaici pin ■oo jaBaiL abDaine lacpe 
cosa ^aLL 7 SaifieL.'' 

(TTluipceapcac' 'CeCTéBac, mac ConítiTjaip TTlaeniítui 
mic Tluaiípi hlli ConcuCaip, 110 niapbu'D 'oo'OIiiapmi 
mac Tltiai^! 7 t)0 CCeo, mac TLuai'npi, foon, "oá '&eopl 
éaip a aíap vem. — TTlai-om pia n-"ObomnalL, 
Tllhecc Cappcaig 7 pia n-'OeariíiiiiiTineacaiR j»p SitLLi 
ubi ceciDepunc cencum pexajinca tiipi. ueL ampLitij' 

jCaL. lan. iiii.* p,' L- uii., CCnno "Oomini TH.' cc.' 
8ic]iitic hlla Spuiíein,' aipcmnec na CongCaLa, iTii 
cenn hUa-TllupceLe 7 coitoc CLamni-6neiíi5iLe ap 
coéufc. popc opcimom penicenciani peLicicep piniuic 
(uicam^) ec pepuLctiT epc in cempLo qnoT) vacciim erc 
apu'o ippum.° — TDaeL-bpi5ce'hUohepapa[i]m>ocosalt] 
1 comupbup bpenainn -00 Lap "Oaipe CoLuim-ciLle.* 
beoan ■Do-Chtiipc, innpewc ceaLL Gpenn 7 cuoci 
mnapba['5] t>o mac Usa ■Do-Laci 1 T^ip-n-eoBcmi' 
comuipce Ceiiiuil-eosoin. 

A.D, JZOí. '-'u. U b.,A;,. B, C, D. 

A.D. 1205. iS)^uiÉen,B.— "n.t b.onbltuilcBpuw, A. 
B(C,D); erroncoiulj-. "oni.,B,D; wliichhaTcquiíuic«fi«tCon5t 
■■ Died." C. •> itl., n. t. k, MS. (A). — ora.. B, C, D. " " 
probablj tram overíight, A. 


e.* — 


*Jítir"iv«íucA.— Tbia»nd tbe fuL- j 1Í05. ^ Bg kimttl/.—Apud ipt<M 
lowing iHitry are gÍTBH in Aanalt \a Iho original,— a litenl Latin 
»f Loeh Ce {n4 an.). \ reniÍMÍn^ oí ttie Iriah bw/aa. 


encoUure of lona, witbout aiiy right, in dishouour of the [120*1 
CoramiiDÍtj of lona, so that he wrecfeed the place greatly. 
A hosting, howevcr, was madc by tho clergy of Ireland, 
namely, by Florence Ua Cerballaiu, biahop of Tir-EogaÍn 
and by Mael-Isu Ua Dorig, that 18^ bishop of TÍr-Conaill 
and by the Abbot of the Monastery of Paul and l'eter ia 
Ard-Macba and by Araalgaidh Ua FergaÍl, abbot of the 
Monastery of Doire and by Ainmire Ua CobhthaÍgh and 
a lurge number of thc Communityof Doire and a large 
number of tbe clergy of thc North, ao that they razod the 
monasterv, according to tho law of the Church. That 
Amalgaidh aíoresaid took the ahbacy of lona by selection 
of Foreiguera and Gaidhil. 

(Muircertach^ of Tetbbha, son of Conchubhar Maenm- 
huighe, BOQ of RuaidhrÍ Ua Concbubbair, was Jtilled by 
DÍarmuid, eou of Ruaighri and by Aedh, son of Ruaidbri, 
that Í3, two brothers of hÍ3 own father. — Defeat [waa 
inflictcd] by Doninall, son of Mac Carthoigh and by the 
Desmonians upon the Foroiguera, where fell one hundred, 
and sixty mcn, or more.) 

Ralends of Jan. on 7th feria, 7tb of tho moon, a.d. [120S] 
1205. Sitriuc Ua SniÍthein, herenagh of the CoDgbhail, 
iiamely, beadof Ui-Murtheleaudchief of Clanu-Sneiilhgile 
for ability, after most escelleut pcnance fclicitouaIy 
fínished (his life) and was buried iu the churcb that woa 
built by himself.' — Mael-Brighte Ua Eraraiu waa chosen 
into the succession of [St.] Brenann* f rom^ the Community 
of Doire of Colum-cille. — John Do Courcy, destrojer of 
the churcbes and territories of Ireland, was expelled by 
[Ugo] the son of Ugo De Lacy into Tir-Eogain, to the 
protection* of Cenel-Eogain. 

cDiuiexiaii wilh the ue ot-er whicli 
he wBa placeil. 

* Tb tht proleclÍtm.—The pusa^ 
ÍB thus tranalated iu D : In eomm 
prDteatiiuia reoeperant per nomea 

That U, verv prubnLlj, wus made 
biihDp Qf (Jloafert. 

— LÍtemll/.fro'n Itueentit: 
J that he hnd no prerÍouB 


ccMMatcc uLcroí). 


jCaU lan. i.* p.,' t x.uiii., CCnnoT^OTnini TH.'' cc. tii. 
mognuf hUa CaÉa[i]n, mac txi§ Ciannacr;^ 7 peji-na- 
CíuxiCg, ruip saifci'ft 7 beogacca in T:uairce[i]iic, th) 
éuinm le guin voi§di. — 8oe|iB|ie€ac hlla 'OoiiieiT), 
aitxcinnec •Oomnaig-moip, in pace quieuic — poqfiaic* 
hUa* mogtia[i]n quieuii; in pace. 

A 66d lcal. lan. 11.* p., L xx. lac, (Cnno^Oomini m.* cc." uii.* ^ 

'OoTÍinalL*' hUa muifie'oail;, afi'opeixleiginn T)aipe 

Coluim-cilLe, popr; ma^nam^ rpibuLaT^ionem [uiixim] 

peLiciTjep piniuiT:. Ocup poro]5a'& muipcepixic 

miLLu5a[i]n (no^ maeLaja^i^n^ 'n-a ina*.'— maeL- 

peijani hUa CaLma[i]n, comapba* Cainnis, ijuip ciiaba* 

7 eínig T3huttifce[i]pT; 6penn, in pace quieuix^ llc 

T)ixit; poera* : 

eafbai'& hUa CaLma[i]n 'n-a ciLL, 
OLc 'n-tt a5ai'& ní aifimim : 
lca famu'b* v 'an foci; pin, 
'NofiiJ ^an cfiaba'5 n-a carpaig. 

A.D. I2OG. ^Ciannaéca, B. '0,A. «^blanlíBpaccA. b..ti.« (1205), 
B (C, D); erroneouslj. *=<'oni., C, D. 

A.D. 1207. ' mof^ium, MS. (A). ' comti|ib(x, A. 'ixxTticró, B. •* n. t. h. 
on blank space, A. ^-.ui.o (1206), B (C, D); erroneousljr. «om., B,C, 
D. The plaitbe|\cac entrj ia also omitted in D. «*•<* itl., t. h., MS. (A). 
• om., A. 

Cuniarhy ! Comuirce ia rendcred 
•afe-condvct in C. 

1206. ^ Ftll, fíc— Percuflsus sa- 
gitta cecidit mortaus, D. 

1207. ^ Cainneeh, — Laygnii in D. 
On the margin, another hand 
plaoed : In alio manosoripto 
Caineeh ; q. Achad, (" The other 
MS." is probablj C, which has 
Caypech.) The query refers to St. 
Canice's foundation of Ached-bo 
(plain of oows), i.e., Aghaboe, 
Queen's countj. But the oontext 
ahews that a ohurch in the north 

of Ireland ia intended. This wat 
Dmmachose, in the natÍTe plaoe of 
St. Canice, baronj of Keenaglit, 
00. liondonderrj. See O'DonoTan 
F, M.f iii. 149 ; Adamnan, pi 121. 

' Lo$t, — The C^vereion of tliia 
entrj maj be quoted in f oD, aa 
tTpical of the translator's non-ao- 
quaintance with the old language. 
The omission of the tliird quAtrain, 
tareis in the second and '* gÍTeth *' 
(dobeir, a reading which, it bat to 
be noted, is erroneoua) in the f ourth 
ehew that the B.text waa hia 

246 ccMwalcc uLoroíi. 

CCfxeif* CaitiTiis in cuipp oié 
Wo co Tx'eifii§ uar alróip, 
Wi ciall 'oanufpáca* in píaii, 
"Mi fxia^ cába pa comaii. 

Robo'' fai fíiibinn fciamslain, 
THaié ixocongba'S coeTh|xia§ail, 
RopfiecaiB rapBa i n-^ac can, 
Hob' eacnai'ft ampa, uafaL* 

5en® co ipaefia5 nec po nim 
In^ 'DuBp^icíef ap 'oeTÍinaiB, 
B 58c ^ia naemrap | cen® locc ap lap, 

T)ofxieppaD copp hUi Calnia[i]n. 

Comafiba^ Cainni§ na cell, 
1f T)i€ 'Do cac 1 coiT:cenn, 
1f bfion DO gac bocc 'ooBip,® 
1f mófi in r-olc a eapbai'o. 
éafbai'ft h. C. — 

T)ir mo|i ap 'oainiB 7 aji inniliB ipn ^110^501^ fi. — 
[ph]Lai€befiT:ách hUá [ph]lairbepT:ai§, ppioifi T)uine- 
^éiniin, in pace quiÍBUix:. — 5^lla-paT:paic"htlapalacnai|, 
atpcinnec T)uin-C|iui€ne, Tnoficu[u]f efc — THuificeiiTXiC 
hlía [ph]lairbepT:ái§ TnoíiT:u[u]r efT:." — Cfxec Tnebla la 
Cenel-Conaill 1 n-Uib-phafianna[i]n^® 7 1 Clainn- 
Diajimaca, co fiolabfar: bii 7 co fiomafibfaT: T)oine. 
RucfdT: ofifia CLann-T)iafimara ^hUi- [ph]aipenna[i]n^^ 
7 hUi-^^ 5^iLmfieT)ai§, co fiomafiba-o áfi T)iai|xmi'5e 7 co 
pobai^e'D focai-Be t)iB. — 8Lo§a'5 La hU^a T)e-Laci co n- 
^aLLaiB Tni-De 7 Lai^en 1 'CoLuc-n-óoc, co poLoifCcea 
ceaLLa 7 apbanna. Ocuf ni fiucfaT: ^eiLl na eiT)ifie 
CCe'ba hUi MeiLL T)o'n cup fin. — 8Lo5a'& La hUga T)e-Laci 

*T^iaeif, B. *— pacca, B. ''sin, A. ^an, B. ^gen, B. ••oobeir^ B. 
1« ea|i- (p om.), A. " CCiTiínnan, B. ^Via, B. 

* Within it Literallj, on the 


^ Droumed. — D 8ay8 the leader 
was Ua Domnaill and adda : tamen 


After Cainnecli of the body pure [1207] 

Until aroso [Ua Calmain] above an altar, 

It is not known whether [one as good as Ua 

Calmain] saw the [heavenly] kingdom, 
There went not [monk's] mantle upon one as good. 

He was a master scribe of beautiful execution, 
Well used he keep the fair Rule, 
He gave useful responses on every occasion. 
He was a sage, distinguished, eminent. 

Although no one under heaven could save 

His penitentiary from demonsi 

Though he were sanctified without defect within it,^ 

[Yet] the body of Ua Calmain would save it. 

The Buccessor of Cainnech of the churches, 
It is injury to every one in general, 
It is grief to every wretched person, 
It is a great evil, — ^his loss. 

Loss [is] Ua Calroain, etc. 

Great destruction on peoplo and cattle in this year. — 
[F]laithbertach Ua [F]laithbertaigh, prior of Dun- 
Gfóimhin, rested in peace. — Gilla-Patraic Ua Falachtaigh, 
herenagh of Dun-Cruithne, died. — Muircertach Ua 
[F]Iaithbertaigh died. — A treacherous foray by ihe Cenel- 
Conaill into Ui-Fhearannain and into Clann-Diarmata, 
80 that they seiized cows and killed people. The Clann- 
Diarmata and the Ui-[Fh]áirennain and the Ui-Gailm- 
redhaigh overtook them, so that a countless number of 
them were slain and a multitude Tvere drowned.^ — A 
hosting by Hugo De Lacy with the Foreigners of Meath 
and of Leinster into Telach-o<'., so that churches and crops 
were bumed. And they took not the pledges or hostages 
of Aedh Ua Neill on that occasion. — ^A hosting by Hugo 

Conallii oam magnft difficnltate 1 nint. Botli partioulara are fonnd 
predam in snam patriam adduxe- I in the aoconnt gÍTen in the F, lí. 

248 crtiMCclxx: ulocoTi. 

1 Ciannacc[aib], co fioloifc cella CiannaSc uile 7 co 
tio|a6 bu co T)ianinii'5e. — Comafxba pacpaic do •6ul co 
rec 1115 8axan "oo focu|i ceall epenn 7 "00 caraic 5^U 

[bi|-.] lcaL lan. iii.* p.,* L x.,** CCnno *Oomini ííl.** cc.' uin.*' 
Cfiec la hGi^necan hUa n-'Oomnaill 1 pefiaib-íTlanac, 
cop'^aBíxrc^ bíi 7 co fxucrcrc Pft-TTlanac pofifia, co 
fiomafibcTD htla- 'Oomnáill, pi 'Chiiie-Conaill,ann,con- 
á]í •Diaipmíw vo mairiB Ceniuil'-Conaill maille pfiir- 

A 67a ]CaL lan. u.' p.,' L acx. 1.,** CCnno "Oomini ííl.* cc.* ix.** 
Cpeq^lua^crb la hCCe-o hlia "Meill 1 n-lnif-n-eogain 7 
puc T)omnaill paip, co Tjucfar: ccrc in fiamafibcrb áji 
'Diaifimi'Se THiine popgac lef,^ bail fiomapbcrB "Oomnall, 
mac ITl U|ica'5a, "00 Chenel-eogain. pefigal imofifio hlla 
bai§ill 7^* Cafbapfi hlla *OomnailL* 7 Cofimac hUa 
T)omnaiU 7 *OabiT) hlla ^Oocupcaig co fX)cai'6e vo 
maiéiB Ceneoil-ConaiU ímaiUe fxiu.* — Ccrc rucroc 

B 68d meic I Ua§naiU, mic 8omufxli§, f>Ofi pej^aiB ^a^ 
T)ú in fiamafiba^ a* n-áp.' 

A.D. 1208. ^?ai\— , A. «O, A. 'Cenel, A— •^n. t. h. on Uait 
space, A. »» .xx^ B. «-.tiii.« (1207), B (C, D) ; erroneoiislv. 

AJ). 1209. 'lecrt-, A. -maille (aphaereais of i), B. •*n. t. h, oo 
blank «pace, A. ^ .x., B. Bat, to be consistent, it Bhoold be •.! «-.imi.* 
(1208) B (C. D) ; erroneoualv. *^ om., B, C, D. •^ári r>}ca^ú\e—*lémgher 
ínnMmertd>U, B. 

* :>ticcf$*or o/[St.] Fatrici — ^The ! the Buffiragans and sabjects of tbe 

ait^hbishop of Armagh. Thia was archdioceee that Eagene, " caDed 

Echdonn (latinized Eugenios) Mac the elect of Armagh,*' had, agaimt 

Oille-aidhir. On Maj 4, 1203, the king*8 consent and after the 

King John granted the see of ■ king*8 appeal to the Pope, gQne to 

Armagh and primacj of Ireland Rome to eecoie hia promotíon and 

(cf. A.D. 1202, note 3. nprá) to commanded them, if heehoald re- 

Hamphrej of TihehalL On the tam, not to receire him aa aroh- 

22ndof the 8amemonth,henotified ' biahop. Hamphrej haTÍng 



De Lacy into Ciannaclita, so that he burued tho churches [^207] 
of all Ciannachta and seized cows to a countless number. — 
The successor of [St.] Patrick® went to the court of the king 
of the Saxons to succour the churches of Ireland and to 
accuse the Foreígners of Ireland. 

Xalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, lOth of the moon, a.d. 1208. [i^OSBis.] 
A foray by Eignecan Ua DomnaiU into Fir-Manach, so 
that they seized cows and the Fir-Manach overtook them, 
80 that Ua Domnaill, king of Tir-ConaiU, was killed there, 
with slaughter innumerable of the nobles of Cenel-Conaill 
along with hira.^ 

Kalends of Jan. on 5th feria, 21st of the moon, a.d. [1209] 
1209. A foray-ho8ting by Aedh Ua NeiU into Jnis- 
Eogain and Ua DomnaiU overtook him, so that they gave 
battle, wherein were killed a countless number of persons 
on each side. Here was killed Domnall Mac Murchadha 
of the Cenel-Eogain ; also Ferghal Ua BaighiU and 
Cathbarr Ua DoranaiU and Connac Ua Donmaill and 
David Ua Dochurtaigh, with a multitude of the nobles of 
Cenel-ConaiU along with them. — ^A battle was fought by 
the sons of Raghnall, son of Somurlech, against the Men of 
Sciadh, wherein slaughter was inflicted upon thera .* 

the kmg (Feb. 10, 1204) approved 
of Balph, archdeacon of Meath, 
ftnd comiDanded the clergj and 
laity to consider hlm elected and 
obey him (Doc, Jre,, 177, 178, 200). 
These letters were disregarded : 
perhaps, never reached their desti- 
nation. Echdonn was coníirmed 
by Innocent III. and obtained 
peaceable pof»8e88Íon of the See. We 
nezt find the king availing of his 
semces. On Jxúj 19 of the pre- 
sent jear, he informs the custo- 
diaos of the See of Exeter that he 

sends Eug'ene, archbishop of Ar- 
magh and primate of Ireland, to 
execute the cpiscopal office in that 
dioceHe and commands them to find 
him Ruitable maintenance with bíz 
horses (ubi sup., 331). 

The visit here mentioned roay 
have been one of the reaaons that 
influenced John to go to Ireland 
three jears later. 

1208. 1 Him.—D adda : Et eius 
loco fílius succedit in regimine. 

1209. ^Them.—D adds: Eodem 
anno O'Donill fecit exercitum ad- 




Ralends of Jan. on Ist fería, 18th of (he moon, a.d, 

1206. Maghnus Ua Cathain, Hon of the king of Cian- 
nachta and Fir-na-craibho, tower of championBhip and 
courage of the North, felP by the wouud of an arrow. — 
Soerbhrethach Ca Doircidh, herenagh of Domnach-mor, 
rested in peace.— Patrick Ua Moghrain rested in peace. 

£alend8 of Jan. on 2nd feria, 2ílth of the moon, a.b. 

1207. Domhnall Ua Muiredaigh, chief lector of Daire 
of Colum-cille, after great suffering felicitouslj finished 
liia life. Aud Muircertach O'MilIugain (or O'JIaelapjin) 
waa choseu iu hia stead. — Mael-Petair Ua Calmain, 
succesaor oí [St.] Cainnech,' tower of piety and ho8pÍtaIity 
oí tha North of Ireiand, rested in peace. As the poet 
aaid : 

Losa* [is] Ua Calmain in his churcb, 
Evil Ín compariaon therewith I reekon not ; 
There* ie & communÍty silent [with grief] thereat, 
That to-night there is no pie1y iu his abbey.* 

original. The egregioua mÍBtake 
of easpiulh, W, for tipoe, biahop. ifl 
SpeoÍBllj ■igniiiottnt. fln the MS. 
the lines and veraea are written 

" Mael-Peter O'Calman, coarb of 
Cajnech, a mati full of libeTs!tty 
(uul gootlneB of all tbe North [uf 
IroUnd], in psce quievit. Ut poHta 
eajTnroh. Ctc. ; io EngtlBh : 

[Tflneip Blc :] flignif jíng : 
AfUT Calncgli uf uhijit bodf 
T.'n1iU he arue oviT hii illcr, 
[Third lino ia not Iranslated.] 

Thonffh noe maD undcr heavi 
ThLt núght but D'CohnaD I 

Tho author of D meral/ (fivM 
the aubstHuoe of the Rret quatrain 
(in which he Bhewn he under«t«od 
tha raeaninif of foa;io<íí) : De quo 
dictum fui>> quod eo defSciente, 
relligio defuit in eius duitste. 

'.' /"Arrí— aWíií,— Liíarallj, 

IN'imel)') to-nlght «iUiDiit 

Great deatniction on peoplo and cattle in tliis year, — 
[F]UitIibertach Ua [F]laithbertaígh, prior of Dun- 
Geiinhin, reated in peace. — QÍlla-Putraic Ua Falachtaigb. 
herenngh of Dun-Cruithne, died, — Muircertach U« 
[FJIailhbertaigh died. — A freacheroua foray by íhe Cenel- 
CouaiÍI into Ui-Fhearannain and into Clann-Diarmata, 
Bo that tbey Bcizcd cows and kiUed people. Tho Clann- 
Diiirmata and thc Ui-[Fh]airennain and tho Ui-Gailm- 
redhaigb overtook thein, so that a countlosa nuraber of 
tbem were slain and a multitude were droffned.^ — A 
hoBting by Ilugo De Lacv with tbe Foreigners of llealh 
and of Leinster iuto Telaob-oe, so that churcbea and crops 
B bumed. And they took not the pledges or Losfagea 
of Aedb Ua NeiU on tbat occasion. — A bosting by Hugo 

Ooutllii oitm magns diffianlttite 1 nist. Both partioulan are fonnd 
predAm in Buam patriain adduxa- I in tbe occDunt giTen in the F. M. 

I Cianiiacc[aib], co poloiix: oella CiarnaCc uile 7I 
pogaC bú co ■DiaiTimTDe. — Comafiba pcrcpaic -00 'oul t 
zec ]ii5 Soxati Tio f^Eup cealL epenti 7 tjo caraic Sall 


['iir-I jcat lan. 111-" ■p.,* U x.,'' CCnno "Oomini tTI.° cc."* 01».*' 
Cpec la heisnecnn hlla n-"OomnaiLL 1 pepaib-tTlanac, 
cop'guBr"^' ^^ 7 co pucrac pip-nianac poppa, co 
pomapboB hUa^ 'Oomnaitt. pi T;iiipe-ConaitL,ann,con- 
áp Tnaipmí-Be 'oo maiciC Ceniuit^-ConaiLL matLLe ppip. 

A 57« |CaL lan. u." p.,' L. xx. 1.,* CCnno t)omini tn." cc. 
CpeCfLua|a6 la hCCet hlla HeiLL 1 n-lmr-n-eoEoii 
puc "OomnaiLL íaip, co cucpac caí in pamapbcrfe 
■Diaipmi'oe xiaine pop^ac Lec.' baiLpomapba'o "OomnoLL, 
mac ITlnpcaía, tjo Clienet-eogam. pepsaLimoppoIiUa 
baigiLL y* Cacbapp liUa 'DomnaiLt'' 7 Copmac hUa 
TJomnaiLl 7 "DabiT) lilla "Oocupcai^ co iX)ca)Se T» 
maiciC Ceneoit-Conaitt imaitle piu.^ — Coc cucfoe 

B68d meic I IlosnaiLL, mic SomupLig, pop pepatB 8( 
■DÚ in pamapba'5 a' n-áp.* 

A.D. 1208. 'r?ili— , A. '0, A. 'Cenel, A — n. 

spacB, A. " .1!.. B. "-.1111.° (1207), B (C. I>) : oironeoiul; 

A.D. 120!». 'Uat, A. ^mmXJLe (aphaaresií of i). B. "n. t. h, on 
blmJc «pace, A. '' .x., B. But, to be oODSiatent, it shouldbei.l •■. 
(1208) B (C, D) ; erroQflouslr. "-^ om., B, C, D. "áji-oiuinrlii 
ínnniHraíIe, B. 


= Sucauor "/[Sí.] Fatriek — The 
arohbiíhop o( Amagh. ThÍB waa 
Echdonn (lutinizcd Hugcniua) Uuc 
OiUe-nidbir. On Ma; 4, 12U3, 
KinK John grantcd tbe aee of 
Annagh nnd piimacj of IrelaDd 
(cf. ^D. 1S02, note 3, nprá) to 
Uurophref of Tikebull. On the 
22nd <A the BBine montli, he notified 

the aoSragans and mibjecta of tlia 
archdiooase tbut Eu^ne, " ciHeÍ 
tha elect of Acmagh," faad, airuut 
tbe Iting'í consent aud »fter Ihe 
king^8 appeBl to the Pope, gnne W 
Bome to Hooure hia promoDaD itrd 
oommuided them, itheshould n- 
tDm, Dot to receÍTB btm aa ueli- 
bÍ*hop. Bumphref h*TÍag divd, 



De Lacy into Ciannachta, so that lio bumed tbo cburcbes [^207] 
of all Ciannacbta and seized cows to a countless number. — 
The successor of [St.] Patriclc^ went to tbe court of the king 
of tbe Saxons to succour tbe cburcbes of Ireland and to 
accuse tbe Foreígners of Ireland. 

Xalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, lOtb of tbe moon, a.d. 1208. Ci208Bifl.l 
A foray by Eignecan TJa Domnaill into Fir-Manacb, so 
tbat tbey seized cows and tbe Fir-Manacb overtoolc them, 
80 tbat TJa DomnaiU, king of Tir-ConaiU, was killed tbere, 
witb slaugbter innumcrable of tbe nobles of Cenel-Conaill 
along witb bira.^ 

Kalends of Jan. on 5tb feria, 21st of tbe moon, a.d. 
1209. A foray-bosting by Aedb Ua NeiU into Jnis- 
Eogain and TJa DomnaiU overtook bim, so tbat tbey gave 
battle, wherein were killed a countless number of persons 
on eacb side. Here was killed Domnall Mac Murcbadba 
of tbe Cenel-Eogain ; also Fergbal TJa BaigbiU and 
Catbbarr TJa Doranaill and Cormac TJa DomnaiU and 
David TJa Docburtaigb, witb a multitude of tbe nobles of 
Cenel-ConaiU along witb tbem. — ^A battle was fougbt by 
tbe sons of Ragbnall, son of Somurlecb, against tbe Men of 
Sciadb, wberein slaugbter was inflicted upon tbera .^ 


thekmg(Feb. 10, 1204) approved 
of Ralph, archdeacon of Meatb, 
and oomiDanded tbe clergy and 
laity to consider him eleoted and 
obey him (/)oc. /r«., 177, 178, 200). 
These letters were disregarded : 
perhaps, never reached their desti- 
nation. Ecbdonn was confírmed 
hj Innooent III. and obtained 
peaceable poesession of the See. We 
next fínd t)ie Idng availing of his 
senrices. On Julj 19 of the pre- 
sent jear, he informs the custo- 
diaoB of the See of Exeter that he 

sends Eugene, archbishop of Ar* 
magh and primate of Ireland, to 
execute the episcopal offioe in that 
dioceMe and commands them to fínd 
him Ruitable maintenance with six 
horses (ubi gup., 331). 

The visit here mentioned roay 
have been one of the reasons that 
influenced Jobn to go to Ireland 
three jears later. 

1208. ^nim.—D adda: Et eius 
loco fílius succedit in regimine. 

1209. *r/«fm.— D adds: Eodem 
anno O'Donill feoit exercitum ad- 




{Finghín,'' son of DiarmaÍd, son of Cormac Mac Car- 
thaigb, king of Deamond, was slain by his own [people]. — 
TJalgharc Ua Ruairc was dothroncd nnd Art, son of 
Domnall, son of Feargbal Ua Ruairc, was made ting in 
hÍ8 slead.— In the vcar [oí our Lord] one thousand two 
buQdred and nine, Alexander,* reverend Doctor [of Theo- 
logy] and Master [of Arts], then [firat] delivered hÍB 
Doctrinal to be read.) 

Xalcnds of .lan. on 6th fcria, ^ad of tbe moon, a.d. 
1210. Gilla-Criat Ua Cernaigh, bisbopi of Conderi, 
rested Ín good penancc- — The king^ of the Saxons [John] 
came into Ireland with a fleot hard to count, namc1y, seven 
hundrcd sbipa. 

(Art,* 8on of Domnall, soa of Fergbal Ua Ruairc, king 
of Breifni, was killed tbrough treachery by Cormac, son 
of Art Ua Mail-Soachlainn. — CeileUaDubhthaÍgh,bÍ8bop 
of Magb-Eo of tbe Saxons, rpsfed in Christ.— Flaitbbertacb 
TJa Flainn, namcly, ancceasor of [St.] Dachonna* of Eaa- 
mic-£irc, died.) 

AllstMcina Oílfhrten Lexicon, p. 
360 (LeipEÍg', t7aa). 

1210. ' Jíijio^i.— Literallr, mc- 
ettter (of tbo founder, Mac-CnÍBee ; 
[onl]'] ton e/ [his mulhet] Chcii : 
L. L. 369 f, 372 b). 

* Tí» iinif. rtr. — For thp itinerarj 
ol Jobn, from '• Croofc npar Water- 
f«d " [Jiínn 20] to " ■n.e mead near 
Dobli» " [Aug. 21tbJ. BCB Doc. Irt. 
*01— 9. 

*Árt, ííf,— TliesB tbree item» 
iaake np aU tlio entries giveo in 
the AnnaU o/ Loc.h Ce imder thÍJí 

* ZtaeABnao.— O'Donovan [í". il. 
iiL, p, 1B2) and Heevea {Adamaan, 
p. 3dl) Ivll into aa unaQoouDtablB 

error in maliiiig DHohoiina thu eon 
ofErc. AcnordiagtOtheOenfo/cíiíti 
of8uinlt{l,. L., p. 348b} and tha 
Nemtr.nehat (TeririBed GenHalo^eB; 
L. Be. [Book of Bii11yiiiot«l p. 33Pa 
11. 4U, 41), Daohoniin and LQgaid 
and biehop Cormao wore Bona ol 
Ecbaid, Bon ol Illand, aon of 
Eogao [a quo Cenel-Eogain] {«on, 
L. L., /a«. eit., addi, of Nlal! of the 

Theíono/£/i-, from whom tbo 
Cataraot (Z^ : nt proaent, Asaj'ljii, 
on Ibe 6uyle, about a mile woBt of 
tlie tovn) toolc Its ancient nainc, 
waíprobBblrEobaid, ibolsstofthB 
FirbolgicldngíB, who wiu slain in the 
battlo of Magh Tuired, near Cong. 

252 comccUt ulcroti. 

|caL lan. un.'p.'l., xiii.,''CCniio"Ooniini 171.° cc.''x."i.*' 
^ailt T)0 cai'oecc co Cael«ir5', co pocinoit CCe'B hUa 
Heilt Conaitl 7 eogain 7 Oip^iattu,' co iioniapba^ leif. 

C'Coipp'DeatCac,'' mac Jíuaiftpi hUi ChoncuEíaip, tk> 
■oeinim cpeice 1 ITIal-tuip^, gu pug teip ipn Sé§aif hí 
■oocum 'DiapmoTia, a bpaíap 7 vo leati CCo^, mac CoCait, 
he s" n-6eacaiíi ip t^tiaippipc afi ceiceo'b peiriia — 
bpai§Tie Chonnacc -oo foi^ecc 1 n-Cpinn, looni 'Oiapmai'o 
mac ConciiCaip, ConcuCnp hU Caspa 7 pinn hUa 
Capmacan 7 Toibeap'D, mac go'-t-Sfio''^'^ — CCipeaícoc 
mac "Oonncuiíi [occipu]' 6]^:] '') 

[bif.] lCaL lan. 1. p., t. ccr. 1111., CCnno*Oomini TTl.' cc* x.' 11" 
Sicpiuc htla l,ai^cna[i]n, comapba Comsaitt, t)0 éc 7 
CCengup rriac Co]imaic -do oipi5n6'& 1 n-a ina'6. — Caitrel 
Cluana-eoip ■oo'Denam -do ^hatlaiB (7'' ■oo'n Saitteppcop^) 
7 cpeci'tua§aTi' vo íenuni TtoiC t T^ip-n-eosoin. (Ocuf* 
cugpaT) 12ip-lTlhanac áp niop oppa ann-') — CCe5 hUo 
Heitt, pí Conaitt 7 6050111 7 CCip^alt, T)o bpeic opprf 7 
maiTim ■pop ^hatUnti, tiú in iiotntfiibtr& áp Tiiatpfhií« 
TiiE- — 'Comap, muc Ucrpai^, co inacatB Tio^naitt, mic 
Somapttl, T)0 cai'oecc -oo "Dhaipe Coluttn-cilte co pé* 
tonj;atB peccmo^aT)* 7 tn batte xto mtttiu'6 T)OiC co tnóp 
7 Inip-eosain co huiti'&i tio mttLin'5 T)Oib 7 do Cheniut*- 

A.D. 1211. 'CCjisitiUu, A.— "n. t. h. onbl»iitspace,A. k*ai..B. 
The acribo mÍBtook it. fiir u. "^.x." (1210), B (C, D); emnMiHlj. 
■J-ín. t. h.. A;om., B, C, D. 

A.D, 1212. '— aisTÓ.B. 'pojiim.B. 'ui.,A,B, * ,la3.(i», A, B. *— 
neol, A.— ».x.°.t°(121I), B (C, D). The fcríBl uid epiot [vhícb ■» 
friven in B also) Bhow that the jear ia 1212. >^ itL, d. t. h., A ; oo., B, 
C, D. *om,, B. 

1211, ^ToiTTdhenUHtch, cíc. — 1 ' 7"íí /iW?"- -Tlier wvre cimed 
Theae entriea (with tbe Tariaiit by Xing Jobn tbo preoeding jrtt 
■Mnc D-jÍnnohftthai^h in the third) to Englsnd, accotding to th« A»- 
«ra given in th« .4n>i<t/> of Leeh Ct \ naU o/ Ijich a. 
(<"í «"■l' I * Foreign-anáULSM TflL 


Xalends of Jan. on 7th feria, 13th of the moon, a.d. [1211] 

1211. Tho Foreígners came to Narrow-Water, until 
Aedh TJa Neill assembled [Cenol-]Conaill and [Cenel-] 
Eogain and the Airghialla, so that they [the Foreigners] 
were killed by him. 

(Toirrdhealbach,^ son of Ruaidhri TJa Conchubhair, 
made a foray into Magh-Luirg, until he brought the 
spoil with him into the Seghas to Diarmod, his Icinsman. 
And Aodh, son of Cathal, followed him, until [Toirrdheal- 
bach] went into the North, fleeing before him. — The 
liostages- of Connacht camo [back] to Ireland: namcly, 
Diarmaid, son of Conchubhar [Mac Diarmata], Conchubhar 
Ua Eaghra and Finn Ua Carmacan and Toibeard, son 
of a Foreign-GaidheL^ — Aireachtach Mac Donnchaidh 
[was slain].) 

Xalends of Jan. cn Ist feria, 24th of the moon, a.d. [i2i2Bifl.] 

1212. Sitriuc Ua Laighenain, successor of [St.] Comgall 
[of Bangor], died and Oengus Mac Cormaic was instituted 
in his stead. — The castle of Cluain-Eois was built by the 
Foreiguers (and by the Foreign bishop^) and a foray- 
hosting was made by them into Tir-Eogain (And the Fir- 
Manach inflicted great slaughter upon them there.) — 
Aedh Ua Neill, king of [Cenel-JConaiU and of [Cenel-] 
Eogain and of the Airghialla overtoolc them and defeat 
[was inflicted] upon the Foreigners, wherein were killed 
a countless number of them. — Thomas, son of Uchtrach 
with the sons of Raghnall, son of Somarle, came to 
Daire of [St.] Colum-cille with six and seventy ships and 
the town was greatly destroyed by them and Inis-Eogain 
was completely destroyed by tliem and by the Cenel- 

p. 866, n. 10. Tbe AnnaU of Loch 
Ce state he was one of the stewards 
of 0*Conor. 

1212. ^Foreign bishop, — John de 
Gray, bishop of Norwich ; jiisticiary 
of Ireland, 1210-13. 


ccMMala uLccDti. 


(8loi|e(r5* le ConnacxxxiC qxe €o§aipni in Jhcnllepr- 
coib 7 5^llibe|iT: ÍHic ^lioifDealC gu hear-jiuai'5, gu n- 
•DeapnaD caiflen Chailuifge leo.*) 

A 67b ]caL lan. 111.* p.,' L u., CCnno 73omini m.' cc." x.** 111* 
T)oncaB mac^ Cana,* TX)ifec Ceneoil-OCen§Ufa, vo éc. — 
Cfiec "00 'oenani vo Jhitta fiaclac htla bai§ill 7 vo 
T)|ieiní "00 Ceniul-Conaill ap Ceniul-n-eo^ain 7 fiac ap 
einec Ceneoil-Conaill uile 7 hUi 'Caifce[i]fT:;' co fon- 
fUTDac. I Uuc imofpo hUa 'Caipce[i]pT; foppa 7 fepaiT;« 
'oebaiT) fpiu." íílapbéap imoppo in 5^Uá piaBafi hUa 
'Caipce[i]pT:, iT)on, pi^oipec Clainni-8nei'55ile 7 Cla- 
inni-pin5in, 1 cofnum a éinig. — ^Dpuim-caín co n-a rein- 
pall vo lofca'5 "oo Ceniul-Bogain ^an ceac T)o* hUa* 
íleilL — pep^al hUa Caía[i]n, pi CiannacT; 7 pep-na- 
CpaiBe, T)0 mapbo^ vo ghallaiB. — T)omnall hUa* T>aimín 
T)omapba^T)omacaiB Tíle^ LacLainn 1* n-T)opuf peiclefa 
T)aipe Coluim-cilLe. 

(Caiflen* ChLuana-6oif vo Lofgu'B. — S^LLibepr; ínac 
CoifT)eaLB vo mapb(r5 1 CaifLen-an-caiL 7 in caiflen 
vo Lof^oB fof ann. — ^Donncao hUa h6i'5in T)o '5aLUrB 
Le hCCe-^, mac CoéaiL cpoiBT^ep^. — íílai'5m ChaiLLe-na- 
cpann vo íaBaipT; vo Copmac, mac CCipT; hUi ílílhaiL- 
SheacLainn, ap ghaLLaiB.**) 

lCaL lan. 1111'., f.',L acui.,CCnno T)omini m.**cc.**x.** 1111* 
T)onn hUa^ bjieifLen vo mapBoT) v*a aipiucT; péin 1 

A.D. 1212. •^n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1213. "rílacana, A. «T:i|ic— B. «-«t)ó[='00 6], A. *0,A 
*a, B,— **n. t h., on blank space, A. »>-^.x.» n.» (1212), B (C, D); em- 
neouslj. <^ peixafó 'oeabat'o poiifiu — Án attach it ddivered upon tAem, B, 
*-<* n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A,D. 1214. »0,A.B. **n.t.h.,onblank8pace,A. »»'*aD.« iii.»(1213), 
B (C, D) ; erroneouslj. 

' A hosting. — Given in the AnnaU 
oj Loch Ce (ad an.) 

1213. ^ ProUction.^B.m mi 
lower down, eommrce íb rigfatly 



(A hosting^ by the Connachtraen, through summons of [1212] 
the Foreign bishop and of Qillibert Mac Coisdealbh, to 
Eas-ruadh, so that tho castle of Narrow-Water was made 
by them.) 

Xalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 5th of the moon, a.d. 11213] 

1213. Donnchadh Mac Cana, chief of Cenel-Oenghusa, 
died. — A foray was made by Gilla Fiachlach Ua BaighiU 
and by a party of the Cenel-ConaiU upon the Cenel- 
Eogain, who were all under the protection^ of the Cenel- 
Conaill and of Ua Tairchert in particular. Howbeit, 
Ua Taircheirt overtook them and [his force] gave battle 
to them. However, the Gilla Riabhach Ua Taircheirt, 
namely, royal chief of Clann-Sneidhghille and Clann- 
Finghin, is killed in defonce of [those under] his protec- 
tion. — Druim-cain with its church was burned by the 
Cenel-Eogain without permission from [the king] Ua 
NeilL — Ferghal Ua Cathain, king of Ciannachta and Fir- 
na-craibhe, was killed by the Foreigners. — Domnall Ua 
Daimin was killed by the sons of Mac Lachlainn at the 
door of the Monastery of Daire of [St.] Colum-cille. 

(The castle^ of Cluain-Eois was burned. — Gillibert Mac 
Coisdealbh was killed in the castle of the líarrow [- Water] 
and the castle was also burned at the time. — ^Donnchadh 
Ua Eidhin was blinded by Aedh, son of Cathal Red-Hand 
[Ua Conchubair]. — ^The defeat of the Wood of the [High] 
Trees was given by Cormac, son of Art Ua Mail-Seach- 
lainn, to the Foreigners.) 

Salends of Jan. on 4th feria, 16th of the moon, a.d. [1214] 

1214. Donn Ua Breislen was killed by his own council 

xendered patrocinium hy the trans- 
lator of D. 
*Tk0 coMtU, — ^TheBe foor items 

are f ound in the AntuiU of Loch Ce 
(cuL of}.). The castle, thejr state, 
was destrojed bj O'Neill. 


ocHHOda: vU. 

leGail.- — romá' 



c Uu^ndj 

% moc U 
•Do ajtsinn •Ooipt 50 huilTfii 7 
■Oaipe 7 'Cuaifce[i]nT; epenn opcena -00 10(1 cempaiLL in 
peiclera «mac. — hUu' Caca[i]n. 7 pp-na-C]iai5e t>o ítuc- 
cain co Tlaipe bo gabaiL cíiigi 'mo mncaiC ITles tac- 
lainni co* riomapb]xic' celLoiji inop peicLei'a "Oaifie 
eccopa. "Oopona 'Oia 7 CoLuini-ciLLe cpa inipbaiL tnoip 
annj^in : iTwn, in f&xi- cinoiL 7 coca]xuiL, iwn, tTloc- 
Euinain Illas CCiÉne,' t)o nia|ibaí 1 n-emec CoLuim- 
ciLLe po cecoifi 1 n-'oopuj' in •DUbpeicLei-aCoLuiin-ciLLe. — 
CCinmipe IiUa (^oBéais, ab peicLepa "naipe, uapaLcLeipeC 
cosai-oe ap' cpabafi, ap T)uícii]', ap mine, a]\ moit'Dacc^ 
ap infBcaipe, ap mópwépc, ap ecim[i], np ^ac maiÉ[i]up 
apcena,' ix)]-c opcimam penicenciam >niqief[T]up epc 
uiam uniuepp[a]e capni]' 1 n-'oubpeicLei'CoLuim-ciLLe. — 
CapceL CuLa-pacain 'oo ■5ennin Le'' TTomap. mac Uccjiuig 
7 Le 5<íl-LaiB ULa-o. Ocu]- poj'caiLe'o peiLce 7 cLaíana^ 
cum'oaici in bniLe niLe, cenmoca 111 cempaLL ainoin, 
cuicei'pin.*— Hi CCLban -do éc, mon, UiLLiam sapm- — OCe'6 
k Co hUa' HeiLL i>o cabaijic iViafcma | ap ^'''-''-'-a'C 7 Ticnsiil» 
JaLL ■00 cup ann 7 in CaipLongpopc tio Loi'cod ii'in Loa 
cecna, eicip ■naine 7 innÍLe. 

(5'l-ta'-na-naem hUa Kuff5an, epipcopup Luipie, in 
CIipi]'co quieuic — &pipcopup CLuana-mac-Hoip, n>on, 

A.D. I2U. Stnwibail, 8, "guriTTi— ,A, •■aicnp, a *0.A, *- ooi., 
witli cxocptiuu o( (i|t ecnii— /1»' wiidom — , irliioh m placed ■ft«r ro^iéa, 
C; iill ™i-, C; ■•Ayr,nirr Coffog, aMa. íío-ímiV, martuu, Mí," D{Ín 
whioh ib ÍB Ihe lasC iCom). '' yie, vith duC midemeat)! and i uveiLad, 
t. h^ A,— a dB«r pcoof th»l tha eiemplar cuutained Iho ooiTeot fonn, 
• oitn III ccnp;e!, pn— /o'" "•ai '•""'. U. C fuUowi A : D, B. ' 'n. t, li. 

1214. ' í/aiv.iple, — LitoralIy, 
greiit CtUarer {grtat beiiig redun- 

The arigionl ivlhir ÍB the egui- 
Tslent oE the Latin ccllaiíin, whose 
dutiea are thiu deflned ÍD the Boie 
of St. Isidore : latc prebebit heb- 

damadariia quidquid 1 

oít victui moDncharuro. boíipitiuu, 

iiiiinnorum. . la etÍBm quidqiúd 

residuum luerít pni tiaDpcntu.— 

Diihus reserTahit. 

qnoque pertinuDt boTn», | 

et pecoraiii, ImiMf ] 



in treacherjr. — Thomas, son of TJchtrach and Ruaidhri, son 
of Raghnall, plundered Daire completeljr and took the 
treasures of tho Communitjr of Daire and of the líorth of 
Ireland besides from out the midst of the church of the 
Monastery. — TJa Cathain and the Men of Craibh carae to 
Daire to seize a house against the sons of Mac Lachlainn, 
80 that between them they killed the grcat manciple^ of 
the Monastery of Dairo. But God and [St.] Colum-ciUe 
wrought a great miracle therein : the man thut assembled 
and mustered [the force], namolv, Mathgamain Mag 
Aithne, was killed in reparation to Colum-cille immediately, 
at the door of the Penitentiary of Colum-cille. — Ainmire 
Ua Cobhthaigh, abbot of thc Monastery of Daire, eminent 
cleric select for piety, for disposition, for meckness, for 
niagnanimity, for benevolence, for great charity, for every 
goodness besides, after most excellent penance entered 
the way of all flesh in the Penitentiary of Colum-ciUe. — 
The castle of Cuil-rathain was built by Thomas, son of 
Uchtrach and by the Foreigners of Ulidia. And all the 
eemeteries and fences and buildings of the town, save the 
church alone, werc puUed down for that. — The King of 
Scotland died, namcly, William^ Garm. — Aedh Ua Neill 
gave a defeat to the Foreigners and stark slaughter of tho 
Foreigners was inflicted therein and Carrlongport was 
burned, both people and effects, on the same day. 

(Qilla-na-naemh^ Ua Ruadhan, bishop of Luighni 
[Achonry], rested in Christ. — The Bishop of Cluain-mac- 


ftTÍaria sollicitudo ; cibaría ad 
ministrandum pistoríbns, jamen- 
tÍ8, bobas et avibus ; industría 
quoqne calciamentomm, cara pas- 
tornm et piseatornm (Concordia 
Regularttmf xl. 3). 

The same officer is called equomi- 
muM (oeconomw) at 781(=782) supra 
» Irish Fertighe* The Four Ma*terif 

not understanding the term, equate 
it with Prior! The rendcring in 
D ÍB oríginal : Magnus exorcista ! 
C gives *' the g^eat CaUer." 

^ WilHam. — Died and was suc- 
ceeded bj hi» son, Alexander IL, in 
December, 1214. 

' GiUa'na-naemh. — [Servant (de- 
votee) ofthe $avUé), This and the 



liUa tnuipicecrn, quieuic.~-Tninpceapcac, ITlac bfii 
■oo mnfibirD tm) 5''<'1-'-"'^' — Ir"" bliaímn [fi] ijobi 
c-CCe'5 bpeicci. ip\af a paicea «n CaBtqirac.' — lolionni 
cunc CCn5li[a]e p6.r, cuc ffi Saiana 7 ejie 'oo'n pc 
i-oon, Iniiocenciup cepciui', 7 cuc an papa tm pem ttfá^ 
icro 7 mite TnapsDopan 7 popcepir5aca1>lia'6ain : itmn, 
pecc cffD ea: CCngLia 7 cpi cet) ex nibepnia.') 

lCat 1an. u.°p.,'l. ii.uii.,CCnno'Doniini lTI,''cc.''ai°'u.°* 
Cpec Tio Senum ■o'CCe'Ó, mac Hlail-Seílainn' nicic Lo- 
clainn, pop coniapba Coluim-cilLe 7° caun speigi 
apgam ■oo'' 7 a inapbaB pein no ?;baUaiT5 ipn bln 
cecna, cpia mipbail Coluim-cille. — bean-nií'5e, in] 
bUi eisnis. ben- CCeba hUi MeilL, pij* aili§, in 
penicencia quieuic— SLua^ofe La IiCle'b liUa Heill 1 n- 
ULLcaiB 7 cuc maiDm mop pop' ^oLLaiG Itlaíi-'' — UiLLiam, 
pi CCLban, -00 éc 7" CCLaxairoep, a mac, "do oip-onffo 1 
tnot. — [^enepJaLe' Concilium [pub] Innocencio papa.* 
A; oni.,B, C, D. •■'n.t, h., B; om., A; gíTon íb C. D. 

A.D. 1215. ' maeile;-(i- om.). B. 'beon. B. • iii. A. ' 
B.— "n. t.k onbUnÍBpace, A, '-i' .x." iiii,°(l2H). B tC. D) 
oii*ly. "-= om., B, C. ■> um., B, C. • om., A, '-'L m., l. b., A ; 

throfl next it«m9 axe giv&o !□ tha 
Annaít !•/ L<,(h Ce {«d an.). 

'Aedh. — Of thia ptrBon I haTo 
íoiinil no apoount elBewhere. 

' ^uín.— The Buthor of D niiatoolt 
thu mcanitig : Papa ipsa tvdoonnit 
regi uua oum miUe mareliiíi, vte. 
It ÍB open to doubt vhMber it wus 
nndorataod b^ the translator oí G : 
"The PopB Burrendred them againe 
to hinuelfo aod a lOOO mirclcB to 
him and after evcrj' j'eare 7O0." eto. 

The hiatorj of the donB.tÍQn and 
le-douatiOD ia Buffioientlj well 
kaown. (For an abstraet of the 
Charter. Bt. Paul'a, London, Oot, 3, 
1213— not 1214, aa in 

Pope. I ; Tribnto. H, IH. IV.) Of 
the monej, onB-bBlf wastobo piid 
onSept. 2S;tht!other.on theEaatar 
followin^. Bj pubhc 8oripi, niBde 
at Avignon. April 1, 1317. four de- 
legatee (dpputed ad Aoc bj Letlen 
ofEilwBrfII..givenDeo. IC. 1216) 
agTeed, nn behalf of the \utlg, tD 
dÍBohBrge the ai 
Edward IL, amoimting b 
marliB, bj vearlj p 
foDrth on tliC f estiral of St. H 

the fewt n 


NoÍB, namely, Ua Mmricean, rested. — Muirceartaclt, aon 
of Brian, waa killed by flne Foreigners. — In thÍB yeor 
appeared Aedh* "of tho dcceit," who was called " The 
Helper." — Joíin,^ then king of England, gave Saxon-land 
and Irelond to ihe Pope, namely, Innocent III. And 
the Pope gave them buck to him again, and 1000 mark8 
[were to bc paid] to him [the Pope] and to [his] BuccDssors 
every year: to wit, 700 from England and 300 from 

Ralends of Jan, on 5lh foria, 27th of the moon, a.d. 
1215. A foray waa mado l)y Aedb, son of Mael-Sechlainn 
Mac Lochlainn upon the succeasor of [St.] Colum-cille and 
a herd of cattle was carricd off by him. And himsclf 
was kil]cd by the Foreigncrs in thc samc ycur through 
miraclc of Colum-ciUe. — Beau-Midhe, daughter of Ua 
EigDÍgh, wife of Aedh Ua Neill, king of Ailech, rested in 
good penance. — A hosting by Aedh Ua Neill into Ulidia 
snd he inBicted great defoat upon the Foreiguera of 
Ulidia.— WiUiam,' KÍag of Scotland, diod and Alexander, 
hÍB aon, was iuaugurated in hia stead. — A Oeneral Council* 
[was held] under Pope Innocent, 

for tHc jeir eaáiag Sept, 29, 13!29 : 
Ootn pro regno AiigUe et Cerria 
Hibomis oeiiBum millB marcarnm 
■terlinganun anDÍs úh^uUb RoDiaiie 
eccleiie BolTere teDeriii, etc. (Man- 
ner of pBjmeiit Mt forth.)i Non 
■olDtionam et i«eignBtioDem ap- 
probautei cudem, te ao heredea 

et terrM predictas de dictis mille 
marohia Bio Bolatie atiBolTÍiaua et 

Tbe aecotid, of Ja!y 6, 1333, is 
for the jear ending Sept. ^9, 1330, 
■nd tha balf ycar np to Euater 
[Ifarch 31], 1331. TLo 1,Ú0D 
maikB weio paid is 6,000 gold 

lloiinii, "BÍngulÍB miiruliís pio 
quiituor floreniii auti computatia." 

Thia irai appiirently ÍhD Uitt 
pavment, In a Briet, Avignon, 
June B [13C6], Urban V. remindB 
Edword IIX. that ba made no 
rcmittance siaoa Jalf, 1333, Bnd 
atAtcs that bearer was empowered 
to treat of this end atber preasÍDg 
matterB. But, with reBpect to the 
arrears, tha mission seams tu bave 
proTed fruitlcBH. See Theiner: 
Vet. JfíB. Uibrm. et Ssoi., Eomae, 
1561, PP. 193, 263, 250,329. 

1216. 1 ri7í.fl«.— ThÍB eutrj js 
misplaoed. Soe tSU, note 2. lupra. 

'' Ciiuacil.-Díe IZth Eciunenical 

(Cacal," inac "OiapiiioTia, iii Chpii^o qiiieuic. 
TTlinoiuini conv'P'Turrup hoc anno. — CCpi>5ap. liUa 
ciiCaip, epii'copurShil-TTluipecuig, in ClipiTXoqmeuic — 
ConTDail eprcob iia CpipDai'feeacca co Uoini i n-cnmpp 
1nnoceiir[ii] paptaje repcii. Ip i nuinnp na n-eppcob 
BoTjap ann : quatjpinsenci qum'oecim.inirep qiioT puep- 
pepcuo^inca uiiup apchiepipcopt ec ppimacepi 
Cc occiiipenci abbacep 7 ppiopep. Ocup 1 peiLlTlai 
Tjo bi in coin-Dail piii.") 

Lt>Tl \CaL lan. ui.'p,'L ix., anno 'Oomini m. 

ITIael-poil hUa TTluipe'nats, ppioip 'Ouine-^enItin, va 
éc. — Oengui'" hUa Caip6lla[i]n, coipec CLainni-*Oiap- 
maca, tio mapba-o -00 bpaicpiB peiti. — "OonnpLeiBi hUn 
TMail-TTlena ■oo iTiapbofi tm "Ohat-CCpaiTje' — UpaT) hU<r 
TTIaiL-vaBaiLl, coii^c CereoiL-pepsupa, co n-a bpaicpiB 
7 co^ n-áp mop, -00 mapbot -do TTIuipeTiac, mac TTIÓp- 
maip teiiinac. — "Oonnca'o hUa "Ouib'oipma, coipec na 
bpe'Dca, T)o éc 1 n-nubpeiclep "Oaipe. — TTlupcttíi TTlac 
CaéinaiL, pijíoipec CheneoiL-pepaíuis, tdo éc cpta 
bail Colutm-cilLe. — Tl.uai-bpi hUa pLainn, pi 
■00 óc. — TT1a5°Cana,coipec Ceniu[i]l-0en5upa,Tioni( _ 
■oia bpaicpiB pein." — "Oioiiip[i]up hUa Voii5apEa[i]ti, 
■oeppUG CaipiL, inopcu[u]p epc Uoin[a]e. — ecuonn 
5ilLe-uiTiip, comapba pacpaic 7 ppiiTiaií' epeiin, 
^enepaLe ConciLium" Lacepaiienpe Ttom[a]e •peh 
obTiopmiuic- — Concobup hUa henne. eppcop 
Lua, popc i-oem ConciLium^ peuepcenp in uia quieu' 

C, D. UDdenieatli ifl anotlier item, now illegiblti. '«itl., at emd d( 
entrj, n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. "■" n. l. h., A ; om., B, C, D 

A.D. 1316. '511, A, ' pjiiinFaic, lí. 'conplium, A, B. 
on blank space, A. *'-,u." (1216), B (C, 0) ; erroueouílj. ■ 

D. In addilion, the ITlaeL-poi!. enu^ is omitted in D, 

lacep- I 

SDd 4tli Getieral of LatrTsn. Held 1 
fromNoT. 11 toNov. 30. (//.ocA í'( (arf ««.). 

* Calhal.—'Húí and tbe otber I ' Cunfii-nied. — ln ibe LBtstu 



(CathiiP Mac Diarmoda rested in Chríst. — The Order [121B] 
of ITriars] Minors is eoniirmed* thia year. — Ardghar Ua 
Conchubhair, bishop of Sil-Muirethaigh, rested in Christ — 
A SjDod" of tho bishopa of Cbriatondom [waa held] at 
Kome in the tírae of Pope Innocfint III. ThÍs ia the 
number of bishops that were tht'rcin, 415 ; araongst whom 
were 71 archbiahops and primates. Aud 800 ubbots and 
priorfl, And on the festivEl of [St.] Martin [Nov. 11] 
thia Sjnod took placc.) 

Xalends of Jan. on 6th feria, 9th of thc moon, a.d. [i2i6Bia.l 
1216. Macl-Poil Ua MuÍrcdhaigh, prifir of Dun-Gciiuhin, 
died.' — Oeughus Ua Cairrellain, chief of Clann-Diarmata, 
was killed by hia own líinsmon.^ — Donnsleibhi Ua Mail- 
Hena was killed by the Dal-Araidhe. — Trad Ua Mail- 
fhabhaill, chief of Cenel-Fcrghusa, along witb his kina- 
men and wilh great havoc, was killed by Muiredach, Bon 
of the Great Steward of Lemhain. — Donnchadh Ua 
Dubdirma, chief of the líreda<!h, diod in the Penitentiarj 
of Daire. — Murchadh Mac Cathmail, royal chief of Cenel- 
Feradhaigh, died tbrough miracle of [St.] Colum-ciUe'. — 
EuaÍdhrí Ua Flainn, king of Dairlus, died. — Mug Canoi 
cbief oí Ceoel-Oengusa, was killed by bis own kiusmen. — 
DionyBÍu8 Ua Longargaiu, archbisbop of Casbet, died iu 
Bome. — Echdonn Mac GiUe-uÍdhir, successor of Patrick 
and Primate of Ireland, felicÍtou8ly elept in Ilorae aí'ter 
the Lateran Generol Couocil. — Conchobur Ua Enne, 
biahop of Cell-da-lua, returning affar tbe same Council, 
elept on the way. 

CoimaiL Wftddlng ; Ai 
an. 1315. p. IGl. 

'A St/iiBd. —Giivn Ín ai 
tÍiiU)- (lie dBine termB In tiie 


1216. ' Cnlum-dtU.—Cuiu» h»c- 

tuOTÍam anlia inuaieraf Íb added 
ÍQ D ; from wbat souiua I know 

Tno'[iciiui' e)' 
m uijieíoTD, epijpcopufCoTimaiciie, 111 ChpiTrroq 
Obiic* iTiiiocenciur papa. Riiccernc [hwiop>ur,— [OTro]í} 
Plíe-oicoroptim coripjiniacu]í.* CC'.T). 121G. CCg ■[•o un 
bba-óain apaiCe ComapUe ?;«iiepaLca 'pa Roitii, 
LacBpaim, ann apoiCe miLe cpi ceT) eppoc') 

lcal. lan. i. f., t- ix-, CCnno "Oomini iii.°cc.° i.' u 
Asra maesanilain hlla [ph]taiíbepcaig, pi Ctainiii-t)oj 
nailU mopai[u]p epc. 

(CCn' c-iaipT)eppcob hlla R.u«n(rDa tw gabait tio l 
Ipu tiUa ChoníuBaip. — SiLla-CCpnani MIu ^Wa 
olLum epenr i m-bpeiceariinacc, niopcuu]" ej'c'') 

ÍCaL lan. ii." ■p-' L i., CCnno "Oomini 171.° cc." 
JiLLa-'CiéBpnais, mac 5iLLa-Iíona[i]n, enauc OCi|t§id 
7 cenn Canonac Bpenn, in bona penicencia quieuicn 
Ingancac' TTIac ConsaLail tw éc." 

A.D. 1216. ■'■^n. t. h., A: om., B.0, D. ", 
B, C, D. '•' n. t. h.. a ; om., A ; jpren in 0, D. 

A.D. 1217. •-.ui.°*11216). B (C, D) ; emmeoaslj. 
B, C. D. 

A.D. I91S. •-• u. t. h. on blaiik Bpics, A. "-nii 
eiToneoualj. ■■°on>., B. O, D. 

'Hied.—Oa St. Lnto's Dbj, 

Otitober IS. 

'Aitmuih, — GÍTcn in An!\aU <i/ 
Lneh Ci(,adim.). 

* iJíerf,— Julj 16. HonprinB Ul. 
VHs eleoted on tbe ISth, 

' Conírmei — By Honorios III. 
in twoBrieífl, dated Dec 32, The 
titte FTÍart Pmchtvt-xíi &iet given 
In B third Lettsr, dated (rom tho 
Laternn, Jan. 20, 1217 : Bonuriufi, 
etc,, Dilectis flliis Priori »nd Fra- 
tribne Sancti BomBoi FrnedicitlDr. 
ibna In partibai laloMiiÍB, etc, 
{Scrípt. Ber. Prtd., p. 13-4.) 

1216,— Tbe dat<, of «onm^ il 
eiTOneooa, ll ehoiOd be 1215. 

mj. ' Ditd.~~Aher thiia 
DjrÍTea (1316): Euilpm a: 
oldus ^Bgnua O'Uomll oam la 
exeii'itu iDuaHÍt ClBn-B 
contÍnuHnlt ibidem, diuiietandci 
patriBm, u»quedum Mnc WiUÍBm 
proatitit obedicntÍBm anil obmilM 
ipsi O'DoniII. Et pretena eienitai 
patria Uoriaohum LaHfndaftle 
[O'Dalj'] propter neccm cninKl«m 
FC;n« O-BrolaBliftni qoem d lot—ij 
O'Donill proieoutna eat ÍB 1 
mODÍHm et ipM UoriMbal 

264 ccMMalcc ularoti. 

(T^iafimai'D,'* Tnac Concu15ai|i TTlic T)iatimaTKi, 1115 
TTlui^e-Luips, Tno|it:uuf efc. Copmac vo ^abail |ii§i v*a 
eif. — ^DoíhrialL hlla ga^ixa mo]TUUf efc — Tílop, in^en 
hUi bpiain, bean Chafail cfioiBT)eíi5, ejx-*) 

B 59o ]caL lan. 111.' p.,' l. xmi., CCnno T^omini Tn."cc.'*x.*ix.*^ 
T)iapmaiT;'' hUa^ 5^LLa-Loinne t)0 mapba'B t)0 TTlac 
^iLLa-fiuai'o 7 T)'a B|iair|iib 1 mebaiL*. — TTluificepTXic 
hUa^ pLainn, fii hlla-'CuipT^íii, t)o mapba^ T^o^haLLaiB. — 
Con^aLac hlla Cainn, cainneL ^aifci'B 7 eínijf 'Cuaif- 
ce[i]|i7: epenn, |ii§T:oifec tTlui^i-Lu^aT) 7 8iL-Cacufai§ 
uiLe, T)o mafba'D t)o ^aLLaiB ifin Loó cerna. — ^5^^^""^" 
naem hUa ^^fm^aiLc, facapT; Hara-Lupai§, in peni- 
cenT^ia quieuic. — TTlaeL-lfU hlla T^aigfii, aipcinnec 
T)aipe CoLuim-ciLLe, — T^ápiciu^ bLia^Sain [sic] t)0 1 n-oip- 
cinnecc — ap, n-T)enum caca* mai€ufa erep ciLL 7 uuai^, 
1* feax* 1t) T>ecimbep, T n-T>oií)nac,' m bono pne quieuiu 
in pace. 

(CLemenf,' epifcopuf tuipie, in ChpifTX) quieuiu. — 
'CempaLL Tnaini^^peac na bíiiLLe t)0 coifecpa5. — hoc 
anno Sanccuf ppancifcuf, a ppima conuepfione eiuf- 
T)em anno T)ecimo T^ept^io, mifiT; T)e uoLunT^orce T)omini 
fex ffarpef mip [a]e fancnuanf av pepium TTlaji- 
pochiopum, uiT)eLiceT;, fpaTJfiem UicaLem, bepaLLT)uni, 
Ochconem, OCccupifcium, peupum ec OCT^iucum. Cfuopum 
quinque uLiJimi anno fequenci puepunc mapx:ipizaci fub 
pege tTlapfochiofum, TllipamoLino nomine.') 

A.D. 1218. d-d n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1219. 1 O, A, 2.xl., A, B. 'saco, B. *-* .i.ui., A, B.— •* n. t 
h., on blank t«paco, A. b..u,,,.o (1218), B (C, D) ; erroneouely. c-c Flaced 
last iu D. •^ejnoma — of vahurt B; "of cQurage," C; strenuitatis, D. 
C and D, aocordinglj, f ollow B. «<= in pfiima i?e|\ia — on the flrstferia (the 
week-day name of Sundaj), B ; om., C ; 6'» Iduf^ ^fc, D. Here B un- 
consciouslj supplies additiunal intemal evidence of the corrootnefls oí the 
ohronologj of A. For Dec. 6 fell on Sundaj in 1219 ; but on Satordaj 
in 1218. ^ f n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 



{Diarmaiíl,^ son of Conchubhar Mac Diartnada, lcing of [i2i9] 
Magh-Luirg, died. Cormap took the lcingship aftcr 
him, — SomnBll Ua Gadhra died. — Mor, daughter of TJa 
Briun, wife of Cathul Red-Hand [Ud ConcLobair], died.) 

Ealenda of Jan. on 3rd feria, 12th of the moon, a.d. 
1219. Diamait Ua Gille-Loinne was JiiIIod by Mao 
Qilla-ruaidb and by his líinsmen, in treacberj'. — ^Muir- 
ccrtogh Ua Flainn, king of Ui-Tuir(re, was IdUed by the 
Foreigners. — Conguliith Ua Cainn. candle of champion- 
ahip and Iiberality of the North of Ireland, royal cbief of 
Magh Lughad and Sil-Catbusaigh, was kiUed by the 
Foreignera on tbe sarue day [as Ua FlaÍnn]. — Gilla-na 
naemb Ua Gormghaile, pricst oí Hugh-Luruigh, rrated in 
penance. — Mael-I.'iu Ua Daighvi, herenacb of Dairo of 
Colum-citle — fortv yenr8 was he in tbe herenachy — , after 
doing every goodnesa to botb clergy and laity, by a good 
ending reated in peace on Sunday,' the Cth of tbc Idea 
[8th] of December, 

(Clemont,- bishop of Luigni [Acbonry], rested in 
Chriat. — The churcb of the [Cistcrcian] Monastery of the 
BuÍU was consocratcd. — This year^ Saint Francia, in the 
13lb year from bis first convereion, sent by wiU of the 
Lord BÍx Friara of marvelloua 8anctity to thc kingdom of 
Morrocco, namoly, Brotber Vitalis, Beraldus, Octo [Otho], 
Accuristius, Peter and Adjutua. Of whom the fivo last 
were martjred the foUowing year, under tho kíng of 
Morrocco, Miramolinus by name.) 


• Zharmflírf.— TliclhreBentrieBBro 
givEn inlbf AnitiitsofLccl, Cf (1218). 

iai9. > íiindui/.— The Four Mai- 
Itri plRoe Ibo obit (which the; copy 
from thise AniiaLi) at 1?1B : omit- 
tíng tbe áiy, irlii>:h wonld have 
(hewn that the death inuet bave 
takeDplM'e iu 1219. 

» Cltmtnt, íía.— Thú enlrj fa in 
ihe A»»íU af LmA Ce (fld an.). 

Tbe hrjX ÍB giren in tho BunB 
A.DniLl9aI 1220. 

' n«yt/ir, í(e.— Vit«Iia wm ths 
Bnperior. Sut lie fell HÍck snd died 
at SarugQSsB. 8ee Wadiling, Ann. 
J/i'n. adan. 1219, p. 213. 2l7. 



['Jif ] lcal lan, 4« " p./ l. x.t.m.,'' CCnno 'DoTnin» Tn.°cc." 
ponaccaii' biiona[i]u, coniapba Coluim-ciUt 
jjcice quieuic Ocui"'' ■oopaLa impei^n gzíí]\ Tíluinnafi 
ii-"Oai]ie 7 CeneL-n-eosain im coga i n-a ina-5. Ir eó 
■Dopignet annfein : ■ooéoscrouii Tíluinnwp "Ooipe \ti 
Caíniail it'in comupbup 7 -ooío^ (Xe-o Heilt 7 Cenj 
n-eogam pi«nii lilla bpoLcafi^n. lap i'incpa'OOT .^^ 
impepain ecep muinncip "Ohaipe 7 bpoLca[i]n 7 
-Docutpe-D bpoLía[i]n ap in comupbup. lap pin cpa 
pocosanup TTIuinncep "Oaipe 7 CeneL-n-eosain tTluip- 

A68a cepcac liLIa TnilLu5a[i]n, i-oon, pepLei^inn | "Oaipe, 
ipiii comupbup Ocup ■oobai in pipu]-Lei§inn 7 in com- 
upbup pi bLio&ain aigi, ueL puuLo plup. Ocup ■DopwLa 
ímpepain ecep Son^paij hUa n-"0ai5pi, n>oii, aipcinne£ 
t)aipe 7 TllillU5a[i]n, njon, in comapba, ím 'an ■ppiii'- 
leiginii, no co n-T)ecarDup ■oocum bpeiíi comapba paqiaic» 
co n-Tiepna pi6 ecappu 7 sup'coga-D eoin, n 
Lei^inn. ipin pipupLeipn, -00 peip comapba pacpai 
comapba CoLum-ciLLe 7 tTluinncepe *Oaipe apcena-'' ] 

(Cte-o' hllu ITlaiL-eoin, epTcob Cluana-mac-Hoip, ■OO' ' 
Botuíi- — niaiL-SeaCnaiLL, mac Concubaip lTlliaeniiiui-&fi, 
mopcuup e]x.. — floc atino quinque panccippimi ppacpep 
lllmopep, pciLicec, bepaLLciui', Occo, CCcuppiup, peqiup 
ec CC-Diucup, paii'i punc pub ITlipumoLino, peje TTlap- 
pochiopum, JCaLemnp pebpuapn, aLiap ■oecimo pepcimo 
]CaLen'Dapum pebpuapii, "Domini pap[a]e llonopii cepcii 
A.D. 1220. 'ponuí-oan, B. — »-n. t. h., on bliinfe «pice, A ; .n., Bi 
m., B. Tbe Bcrlbu prubabl; iniitook 11 (or «. "-.x.* 13," (1219], B |C 

iriii tppeÍHtfd i 

, B (loUowfd by C, D), whioh hu, : -(laim 

oipDneo I n-a íiiai ipn conionbu]'— F/atm O'Bndetm 

. « n. t. b.. A;iMa.,B, Cvfi, 

1220. ' Áhd thitrt eninied, rti: — 
The Annalto/Loih Ctmi tlie FmT 
Muttcn omit the impottaiit dJBpuIu 
reepeating the Leclorahip. 

After tbe entry deacribÍDg the 


lol tJ'[tn)Iobaia,Oid 
no O'Díwíll n ^ 

lcva CoQUÍ^ 9 
(rarnrtrtM, ] 



Kalends of Jan. on 4tli feria, 23rd of the moon, a.d. 1220. [1220 Bis.! 
Fonachtan XJa Bronain, successor of [St.] Colum-ciUe, 
rested in peace. And there ensued^ contention between 
the Commiinity of Daire and the Cenel-Eogain, respecting 
the selection in his stead. It is this was done then : 
the Communitj of Daire chose Mac Cathmail into the 
succession and Aedh Ua Neill and the Cenel-Eogain chose 
Flann Ua Brolcain. After that, moreover, there ensued 
eontention between the Communitjr of Daire and O'Brol- 
cain and O'Brolcain was put out of the succession. After 
that, moreover, the Community of Daire and the Cenel- 
Eogain chose Muircertach Ua Millugain, namely, lector 
of Daire, into the succession. And he had the lectorship 
and the succession for a year, or a little more. And there 
ensued contention between Geoffrey Ua Daighri, namely, 
herenagh of Daire and O'MiUugain, that is, the abbot, 
respecting the lectorship, so that they appealed to the 
judgment of the successor of Patrick and he made peace 
between them. And John, son of the [lute] Lector, was 
chosen into the lectorship, according to the successor of 
Patrick and the successor of Colum-cille and the com- 
munity of Daire besides. 

(Aedh* Ua Mail-Eoin, bishop of Cluain-mac-Nois, was 
drowned. — Mail-Seachnaill, son of Concubhar Maen- 
mhuidhe [Ua Concobhair], died. — This year five most 
8aintly Friars Minor, namely, Beraldus, Octo [Otho], Acur- 
sius» Peter and Adjutus, suffered [martyrdom] under 
Miramolinus, king of Morrocco, on the Kalcnds [Ist] of 
February, or on the 17th of the Xalends of February 

Conaght, nenipe patrías O'Rojrci 
et 0'Really ; a quibus habita ad 
vota obedientia et obsidibas, rediit 
per Fermanagb, quam similiter 
nndiqae, pro maiori saltem parte, 

An entr}' the same in substance 
i8 gÍTen in the Four Mastera at 

^ Aedh. — This and the following 
item are in the Annals of Loch Ce 
(ad an.), 




anno finaitTO, fe\iG repcem anmy- ance mopcem 8aTiC$ 


Jcal. 1an. p- ui.,* l- iiii. CCnno "Ooniini m-° cc.° xx.' ' 
('DinpintiiTi,'' mac Tluai'5pi,'D0 niapbaS. — lacobup,j; 

cencialip 6c Capellanup "Ooinini pap[«]6 ec Le; 
cocmp hibepni[a]e. in nibepniain iienic. — Tlld 
puanai'b hUa "OiiPTia tio Bacu'b — .Sanccup 'Oomiiiiq 
obiic hoc anno. — ppimup Conuencup ppet)icaconl 
uenic in CCnsliom.') 

A.D. 1-2J1. •.u.,n. I.h. on blanli Bpace, A ; .ui., B. "-^. 
B (C, D}; eiTODeouslj. "n, I. h., A ; om.. B, 0, D. Thiee li 
telt-Bpace ore left blBnk for eDtriea iti B. 

"[Ja». 16].— Tha Í7th of Jan., 
aocording to Waiidinjf, (nJt nip„ oil 
on. 1220, p. 237). 

1221. •DÍarmHÍd; Maelnúnaidli, 
— The tvu natÍTe items aie in the 
Aniuili o/ Loch Ct (ná an), wllh 
greatei detail. 

'/am«» — Said to haTe becn Cmmn 
of St. VÍDbai, PariH. Sent ui Lef^ale 
to Iieland ^tind ScoUand) bj Uono- 
rituIIL TboBríef of «pjiointinent, 
datcd Givita Vecchla. Jalj 31 
(1220), was BnperBcrilwd ; Regibua 
Ultonie, Coicaie, Limrith, Cuuatie, 
Insularum [of iTu Isles], eailibct per 
M(Theiner, F«t A/o"..pp. le, 19). 

Renpecting Ibe Irieh Legatic 
three Papal ooniinÍBBÍDns aro exti 
In tbe tirit (Civita Veccbis, Ang. 
G [1220]), inatmotion» Wíre g 
to abrogate tbe rastom [intioduued 
bj Khie Johu, Jan H, 17, 1216: 
Uoc Inlatid. I. 736, 73B) that no 
Irinhnian Bhould reoeive church 
prefennent (Thoinei, Vtl. Moa.,^. 
lli]. Bat ihej- dn not appear to 
huve lieeu oanied into cHeot. rbe wa« aboliahíd hj HotiuiiuB in 
a Bcief adJiEatcd to ihe Iriahcleigj 

(LateniD, Ap, 26 [1234] : Thd 
l'rf. JI/on,,p.23> 

Iii tlic Hoond (Ctritd Tmí 
Aug. e [I220J), tlie LegaU^ 
directed lo nm'ive the fStitTt 
repoctpd hy llia arebli4iop ol 
Caaliel : nomelr, Mrhen an Bngtiafa- 
mou loBt anjthing and got ri 
Engliah U) sweur tbey belien4 fl 
oath that fho propwtj wm ti 
byan Iriibmiui, the aative, tb(| 
gnilllcss aad of nood n 
Hud preparert to eslabligb ' 
iimocencB Ly tliirtj- ot more «m 
witDeBnoa, was nevertheleaa co 
pelled to rBBtiIutioo (Tbaii 
Mon.,^^, IC, 17), In thil n 

an Inlerval of moi 
year8, ibe '■ dunnBbls ODatoln " 
coiidcmnBd bj Innaoent tV, i. 
Brief (Peiugin, July 20 [IIGSJ 
the arcbbiahop of Caabil (~ 
l'ff. Jfon., p. Sfi). 

In tbe tliiid (Latfna, Han 
[12U1]), be vaa eEjoined le •■ 
GHte iipon faur cuinplaiiita ofl 
same arcbhiBbop and tbe Idiig'n 
plj tliereto, loucJiiiig olnirefi li 


[Jan. 18'j, in the 4th ycar of the Lord, Pope lonocent 
Iir., nearly sevcn years beforc tho death of Saint FraDCÍs.) 

Ealenda of Jan. on 6th foria, 4th of the moon, a.d. 
1221. [Noorigiouleotrj]. 

{Oiarrauid,' son of RuoiíIhrÍ [Ua Conchobhair]. waa 
Icilled. — Jameí,* Peoitentiarj and Chaplain of the Lord 
Pope and Logato of all Irolund, came into Ireland. — 
Uaelnianaidh> Ua Dubhda [king of Ui-Amalghaidh] waa 
drowned. — Saint Doniinick diod this year.^ — The íirBt 
Oonvpnt of Preachers came into England.) 

CTli.mcr, IV(. J/nn., pp. 18, 20). 
Notbing. lnJWevpr.wandouB. Four. 
tCTn resre lalar. Gregor.v IX. 
(Perugin, Jao. 4 ['230]) «nn- 
nsiided the srchbiHhop of Bubliii 
to report upon tbe nia''.tfr> in 
qucattoli, mciitÍDiiJiig tbat James 
Lod bBBH empnwsred by bis prcde- 
ceuor U> deoide tbem ; but, on 
■ocount of bia depsrture. no pto- 
ceu, il VM» reporteil, tuok pluce 
(aed, propter eÍQe recvBauni, uuUus, 
nt dicltur, f uit processua Tbeíiicn 
IVt. MoH. p. 30). 

PromliutierBoíHenrj-lII. toiha 
■robbiahop of Dubliii(Jan. 7, 1322 : 
Doc. JrelanJ, I. 1026) ttnd Geoffrev 
DeMiLnsia (Juoe 26, 1823: iJur. 
Jnlaná,!. 1037) we.lcam Ibattlie 
Legate depoaed ond seiit to tbe 
CiiTÍa tlie bisbops of Killaloe and 
Ardfert [Travani and John ot 
Limeríclt. Íntruded \>j I)e Marisca, 
vhilat he waa Jueíícíiut']. Id a 
Brief of HonoriuB III. (Latcran, 
May » [l:iL'6]|. we rBad tbat James 
Ímpoi'ed perpetual «ileiice upon 
TraveTB aud caused Bnother to be 
hi« place (Thciner, 
(. Men,. p, 26). 

Jame» iacharged with graa» aimoDj 
ond said (o have lott Iiulaiid in ibe 
fenr of his arrivaL Tbe aeDond 
atatemeiit 'u oonllrmod from indu- 
pendent Hoatoes. On Nov. 20, 
I2SU, Henrj Ilt. commuided the 
Justiciorj, magnates (ftrohbiahQpa 
ond biabopa) and otbera ín ImlaQd 
tureceivc lioaourabljMaitcr Jamea, 
the Pope'a Chaplain and.Feuiteu- 
tiar;, sent as Legalo and, abonld 
anjthing new btísb touobing tho 
Btate of the countr/, to Lave ro- 
oourae to hin oounBel and aid {Dlc. 
Maml.l. BrS). OnNov.l ofthe 
toUuTÍng j-ear, Le waa one of the 
witneasBB at Westininster to the aur- 
niader of Irí«h oMUeB bj doputiei, 
on bebnlf of Geofi're}- De Uoríaco, 
hileJus(ioiarí(ÍJor./^E. t, iOlo). 

Tbat on his departure he ceaacd 
to be Legate, ma)- be infcrred from 
his beiug toerelf atjled "J[ames], 
Penitentiarj- of the Popo" in the 
document laat reterred to, and 
'• J [amea ], Ponit^nt Íary of the Pope 
and lato Papal Legate ot Iceland" 
in Henrj's Letters (alread/ men- 
tioned) of Jan. 7 and JuneSfi, 12:^2. 

' ThU scor.— On Aug. S. Thc 
teBBt ia held on Aug. i. 



]Cal. lati. •(:■, uii.' l. xu., CCnno "Domim in.*cc.°ix.''it.''* 
tTlac Uga t)6° 1-aci tk) íai'becc i n-epiriTi va iiin"oeotn 
pig Soxan, co cóinic' co IiCteo HeilL, co n-'oecaDup 
'maille i n-agatfi SaLl eperirh 7 co pomiltfec móp 1 lHiíe 
7 t biigniB 7 i n-tlLlcaiC 7 co poixaiLrec caifceL CuLa- 
pacain 7 co pocinoli'ac^ '^mU. epenn cecpi' caca •ptet? 
co "OeLsain, co cúinic' (Xe^ HeiLl 7 mac tn'' Usrf*, 
cecpi* caca, 'n-a n-a§aift, co cucfac JJaiLL bpec* a beoiL" 
petn 'o'O MeiLl.' 

(Copmac' abb Comatp, occiini)' ej^. — giLLa-nflocoinne 
hUa CacaiL occn'uf ev^. — JTlop, m^en hUi Ohutétll, 
bean CCmlaiB hUi bheoLLan, mopcua erc') 

^CaLlan. 1.' v,'L ;n):ui.,''CCnno"Oomini 171." cc." 036.° 111," 
HtaLL HeiLL ■do i'apu5ii-5"Oaip8 'mo ináin hUi Cafialt]n 
7 tmpoine "Oia 7 CoLum-ciLLe mípbuiL, co^ posaipTHgef 
a* pnaici.* — ^0^5 baigiLL, (ttion'', mac CealLaig") ana 
T;huaipce[i]pc epínn [aic], mopcii[u]f efc. , 

(ínaeL-li'u* hUa pLomn, ppioip eapa-mic-n-eipc in 
Chpifco quieuic. — niupca^ cappaS hUa peapjail ■00 
mapBofi 1 n-Shpanap-D. — OCiLbin hUa maeLiíiulft, epfCOp 
peapna, in Chpijxo quieuic.*) 

A.D, 1232. 'cainis, B.'— nilpii;, B. '-».1111. cata .ax.ic A, B. 
«.1111., A,B.— "n. t h., A ; .11., B. b..i.°(1221), B(C, D);erroiieooi^. 
•om.. A. •'-' Ugn laci, B. " a hjiet—hif aaarJ.'B. ' aniiyein— (*a«— 
ftdded, B. " n.t.h,, A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1223. '-»5u Tiusatp-Dise*, A. "a n-íj-lnttti, B. *• 7 p., a. t ll,, 
on blank apscc, A ; 4 p., B. <• 23, B. Scribe, no donbt, took tb« a a 
tbe XXU1 of hit original tor ii. •— .ti.° (1222), B (C, D) ; emmeaiulj. 
"■^ itL, t. h., B ; om., A. •-• n. t. h„ A ; om., B, C, D, 

1222. ^Fourendtuenlfiallalions. 
— D rendera: numeratí 24 completa 
beUa, qni faoiuut Hibernica nome- 
istione 72 millia BnnBtoniin. 

* Four Í0(1ii/i'diu. — 12 millibiu 
tfnuLtotaiQ, niuiMntíttu npn- 


■ Carmcc. — QÍTan. in tlie Jó» 
Masteri >t 1221. 

• GílIa.JUocÍoÍMU ; JTtfr.— GÍTM 
(tbs fir«t in moie detiíl) in tb 
AHiult o/ Ladt CtÍadOM.). 

122S. 1 SÉtp4etit,a.—'a»i ÍM, m 
C unA D Ttgk«y ■%'''' 



Kalends of Jan. on 7tli feria, 15tli of tbe m<ton, a.d. 
1222. The son of XJgo De Lacy came into Ireland in 
despite of the king of the Saxons, nntil lie came to Aedh 
O'NeiU ; so that they went together against tlie 
Foreigners of Ireland and destrojed mnch in Meath and 
in Leinster and in XJlidia and razed the castle of Cuil- 
rathaín. And the Foreigners of Ireland coUected four 
and twentjr battalions^ at [Dun-]delgain, imtil Aedh 
O'NeiU and the son of XJgo came with four battalions* 
against them, so that the Foreigners gave the award of 
liis own word to O'Neill. 

(Cormac,* abbot of Comar, was slain. — Qilla-Mochoinne* 
TJa Cathail [king of Cenel-Aedha] was slain. — Mor,* 
daughter of Ua BuighiU, wife of Amlaibh XJa BeoUain, 


Kalends of Jan. on first feria, 26 th of the moon, a.d. 
1223. Niall O'NeiU profaned Daire, respecting^ the 
daughter of XJa Cathain. And God and Colum-ciUe 
wrought a miracle, so that his thread [of life] was 
sbortcned. — Tadhg O'Baighill (namelj, son of Ceallach), 
splendour of the North of Ireland, died. 

(Mael-Isu Ua Floinn,^ prior of Eas-mic-nEirc, rested in 
Ghrist. — ^Murchadh* Carrach XJa Fearghail was killed in 
Granard. — Ailbin* XJa Maelmuidh, bishop of Feama, 
rested in Christ.) 


abdnction. She bad probablj come 
for deTotiosal purposeB and "was 
forciblj carried ofl TfrhiUt thus 

• Ua Floinn, — In the Four Aíat- 
ters at 1222. 

^MuTchadh ; Jilbin.^Qivín (the 
fixBÍ at greater length) in the Annah 

o/Loch Ce (ad aw.). For TJa Macl- 
muidh (0*MuUoy),8ee O'Donovan'a 
note, F. M, iii., p. 202. From a 
Patent RoU of King John {Doc. 
Jreland, 1. 668), we leam that he at- 
tended tbo Council of Lateran, 

272 mmocixc uUroTi. 

A68b[bif.] ]cal.*1an. p. 11., L. tin., OCnno T)onmni ÍTl.*' cc.** xx.** iiii.'* 
Cacal c[ioiBT)ep5 hUa Concobniji, |ii Connacc 7 pi 
^ai'oeU Gfienn aji TX)ru&, aDbac 1 íílainifxn^ Cnuic- 
TnuaiT)e, quinco ]CalenT)a|iuin luini. 1n r-aen ^^'^©^* 
i|» pe|iíi raini^ o bpian boponia anuap aji uaifli 7 ap 
onoip ; rosbalac qiefa^mup, Tx^uucxac na cuaé ; fo- 
ba^iranac jxii'Bbeíi, fuairni§,** )X)ineniail na fircona. 
*Ooi§ if fie [a] ]ieiiher t)o saboo T)ecniai'5 co T)li§cec ap 
cúf 1 n-ia€ Ciienn. CoLuniain cunnaiL c|iai'5bec,* cefit;- 
b]iicrc|iac** ciieiTnín 7 cpifcai'Becca ; cefiraisfeeoiíi na 
cínrac 7 na coib-Benac ; niuHai§ceoifi na niei|iLec 7 na 
maLapcac ; coimecai^ coiccenn cacbuffoac in pe£ca 
|iOT)LefT:ai5. "D'a ruc T)ia T^e^onoifi 1 raLTÍiain 7 in 
f Laiciuf neií)T)a íaLL. ít\í n-ég 1 n-aibic nianoic T)ó, lap 
m-bpeic buoSa o T)onian 7 o T)eman. — íílaísamain, mac 
Ceifeiinai§ lilli Ceipín, \i\ Ciapai-be taca-na-noiiine, 
mopcu[u]f efc. — e^^^uc Conmaicne, iT)on, in ^ctLL efpuc, 
mopcuuf e]x. — T)omnaLL liUa CeLLaij, uanufn hUa- 
TTlaine, mopcu[u]f efc. — TílaeL-SecLainn, mac Coi'bs 
hUi CeLLai§, moíiru^u^f" efc* 

(pinT)** hUa Cupmacan quieuic — TílaeL-lfu hUa Con- 
cuBaifi quieuic.** — PpeT)icauop[ef ]* inc|iaue|iunT; hi[beii]- 

A.D. 1224. >7;aei-, B. «q\aibT>ec, B. •-.iii.o (1223), B (C, D\ with 
uel .1111. (or 1224) oTerhead, B. Over 1223, 1224 ia plaoed hj anotlier 
hand in D. ** om., B. «cin Chfiifco quieaic, B; '*died," C; entij 
om., D. d-^n. t. h., A; om., B, C, D. «^r. m., n. t h., A ; ool, 
B, C, D. 

1221. ^ Matf 2S.—The F, M. Baj 

Mondaj. But Maj 28 fell on 

Taesdajin this jear. The authoritj 

they foUowed forgot that 1224 waa 


•At "0015 (Seems), etc», c.m., n. t. 
h., B, Í0 : receptio decimantm in 

* Foreign-luhop, — See 0*DonoYan 

F,M., iii. 208. 

'jDteii.— D adda (at 1228, with 
1224 placed orerhead) : Eodem 
anno 0*Donill innasit ^Onacíam 
ex omni parte UBqiie ad CnugliaB 
et pertransiit flumen SadBa, ooiiiSa 
deoaatando. Tamen, habito in- 
habitantiom obedientia et mMíi 
obaidibiii^ rediit 



Ealcndgof Jan. on^od feria, 7tli of tlie moon, a.d. 1224. [122*I 
Cathal líed-Hand Ua Conchobair, king of Connaclit and 
king of ibe Gaidhil of Ireland for abilitv, died in the 
[Cist-ercian] Monaatery of Cnoc-Muaidhe, on the 5th of 
the Ealends of June [May 28']. The best GaÍdhel thut 
came from Brian Borunia down, for noblcness and for 
honour ; verj fortnnate and capablo preserver of his 
territories; wealthy, well-disposed, excellent auiíliary of 
peace. Seems it ís Ín his liine tithe was had legally for 
the first time in Ireland. FÍtting, pioua, right-jadgíng 
prop of faith and christianily ; punisher of the guiltv and 
of outlaws ; dostroyer of rohbers and of evil-doers ; general 
battle-victorious maintainer of Ihc righteous law. To 
whom God gave good honour on carth and the heavenly 
kingdom bejoud. Ile dicd in tho habit of a [Cístercian] 
monk, after bringing victory from (he world and from tlie 
demon.— Matbgamain, son of Ceithcrnach Ua CeÍrin, kíng 
of Ciaraidhe of Loch-na-nairue. died. — Tho bishop of Con- 
maícni [Ardagh], namely, the Foreign hiabop,- died. — 
Domnoll Ua Cellaigh, taniat of Ui-Maine, died. — Mael- 
Sechlftinn, son of Tadhg Ua Cellaigh, died.^ 

(Finn Ua Carmacan* rested. — ^Mael-T8u''Ua Conchubhair 
rested. — The [Fríars] Preachera entered* Ireland.) 

•fÍBB t'a Carmacan, — Given in 
the Annali of Loch Ce at 1223, 
wbere be ÍB eaid to have bcen 
HteiFard of the kÍDg' of Coniiaclit 
and lo hare p09s«ascJ mucb lond. 
The ncit it«m i» alío given in tbe 
swna AotiHU at 1323. 

'Síael-litt, — Prior of IdÍBhmaltic^, 
Maoriisg lotbe^. Jf.|1223). Uee 
O'DoDovan'i note, tii. 201. 

' EHHred.—Qveú.t Bud Echard 
íSirÍploria Orá. I'tvd., Lulotiao 
Far. 1T19, p. 23) merdf 887 undet 
1221 ! Ex Anglitt nostro«inHyber- 
DÍam trajcciseo non diu postea 
constat ex Aetit. 

Id tlie Catalotpie of Dominicaii 
Hoaeea given in Wara's IriiA 
WTÍtcrn. p. 77 (Ed. Harria ; Dublin, 
1746), the foundatioD of the Diib- 
lÍQ Houaa ia daC«d 122J, This 
tist ÍH copied ioto the Hiiiriiia 

iniiiocla: ulcroh. 

lCat. Imi. ni[i].*p.. L. [x]im[i].'amio*Ooinini m., ^ 
la-." u,„ " "Ouaiican hUa lieu^fut, pi iuisne, mopi 
erc — 5''-^'^'"' -CoinTDen tllac ^iUa-Cappaifti 
■racnpc 7 peppUTi Ui§i-bai^n, quieinc iii CliitircoJ 
"Oionifiup' tilln TDaeL-Chicqunn, aipciimeí tCpwi-ca] 
quieuic in Ctiptpco. — ITlopf'luai^efi tk) •Benum ■oo ( 
hUa HeiLL i Connaccu Le macaiG j lluaife]ii hlll ' 
Étibutp 7 Le* cogoipm ShiL-líluipefiaiC iiiLe, acc I 
"Oiapinrtca aitioin, iDon, Copniac, niac Tjomalcm^ 

n--DeCai-5 ap jruc Conimcc bu'Bep co pemiTS' OCca-Lu<| 

co pofCe Tia ai'&Si ic muiLliC-Uana5 7 sup'aipjepctri*? 
Loc-n-én* 7 co cuc peoic hUt Concobaip Letp ay, T^oinic 
'n-aTiiai5 co Capn-ppaie | 7'ooaip58pcaip*Caipp'5GLBac, 
niac Uuai'opi, ann. Ociip ■Docuai'o 'n-a LuacPeim ■o'a &§ 
ap cLoipceCc ■do i'Luat^ moip tio ^h^iLLaií» 7 do Hlhiiim- 
necaiB i^t "Oonncao Caiphpec IiUa m-Opiain 7 
Shepppnig lllapep ag CCe'5 hUa ConcoBoip 7 ag t 
"Oiapmaca cuige. Ocup.o nac pucjxreiip afi hUa' Md 
poLeanpociip macu^Huai-Dpi jup'caipnenip" lac a n-l 
hUi tleiLL api[r]ipi. Romapbpacup Tiriuimni^Do'n t 
pn' ecmapcaC TTIac bpana[i]n, caipec Copco-CCcLí 
a CiLL-CGLlaig." CCp n-T)icup cLainne Ruai'opt a ( 
nacco[iB]*^ amoc, gabaip CCe'&, mac CacoiL cpoilrDe[t|| 
P151 Connacc Ti'a n-eip. — ^0-05 hUa hCa^pa Tto ( 
Ccain, injen "Oiapmoca TTlic "OomnaiLL, quieuiC '1 
Chpipco. — ^o'l-'- 7 tnuimiiis do ■duL pa repmunn CaeL- 
■piiin" 7 pocuipe5 óp na n-gaLL cpe pipcoiC CaeL[p]inTi.'* 
Concobup, mac TaTDs 7 CCpD^oL, mao 'Caiís [o( 

A.D. lS2á. '"Dioiiip, A, 'jii. A. 
' -Tie [tbe l]orizoDt4Ll strobe Bboro the e 
BÍgU), A. «-ap^B. 'O.A. 'inicA. B. 
lann (hj Bjnoope), A. "s-CiU-. 

VeÉaiIJ, A. 

= nl oni., probsblr bf ^ 

' ■fciin'iii^TrtiHiB. "1 
:u, B. " -elamT), A. ' 

t^in'o, B,— •-*ii. t. h„ on liliuik Hpaoe, A-, om., B. ^.iiit.> ()■ 
B {0, D) ; erroneoualj'. « om., B. C, D. The Thompnpw 
cntrios are slso omiited in D, * oin.. B. " miiu]' pn — liií R 
B. 'htliadd'd, B. 



Xalends of Jan. on 4th feria, IStli of tlie moon, a.d. 
1225. Duarcan XJa Eaghra, king of Luighni, died. — 
Gilla-m-Coimdeg Mac Gilla-carraigh, eminent priest and 
parson of Tech-Baithin, rested in Christ — Dionjsius Ua 
Mael-Ciarain, herenagh of Ard-Carna, rested in Christ. — 
A great hosting was made by Aedh TJa Neill into Con- 
nacht, by [invitation of] tho sons of Ruaidhri Ua Concho- 
bair and by invitation of all Sil-Muiredhaigh, save Mac 
Diarmata alone, namely, Cormac, son of Tomaltach, so 
that he went through the length of Connacht eastwards 
to the woods of Ath-luain, so that he was a night at the 
Heights of Uana. And they pillaged Loch-nen and he 
brought the treasures of Ua Conchobair with him there- 
from. He came after that toCam-fraich and Tairrdhelbach, 
son of Ruaidhri, was crowned there. And he went on a 
quick march to his house, on hearing that a large force of 
Foreigners and of Momonians [was making] towards him, 
nnder Donnchadh Cairbrech Ua Briain and under Geo£Prey 
Mares [De Marisco], [led] by Aedh Ua Conchobair and 
by Mac Diarmata. And when they [the Foreigners, etc.,] 
did not catch Ua Neill, they foUowed the sons of Ruaidhri, 
nntil they drove them to the protection of Ua Neill again. 
The Momonians on that occasion killed Echmarcach Mac 
Branain, chief of Corco-Achlann, at Cell-Cellaigh. On 
the expulsion of the sons of Euaidhri from out Connacht, 
Aedh, son of Cathal B.ed-Hand^ takes the kingship after 
them. — Tadhg Ua Eaghra died. — Etain, daughter of 
Diarmait Mac DomnaiU, rested in Christ. — The Foreigners 
and the Momonians went to the Termonn of [St.] Cael- 
fhinn and slaughter of the Foreigners was inflicted through 
miracles of [St.] CaeKhinn. — Conchobur, son of Tadhg [Ua 
Cellaigh] and Ardghal, son of Tadhg [Ua Cellaigh were 


1225. ^lted'Hand.—luihemaTgín 
of D, oppoóte pugni tvbri (near tlie 

end of folio 23b) is q[U)6 'óeatvg, the 
Irish eqtdvalent. 


ccMNala uLcroli. 


Y»unc]. — CC|i Tiíio|i T)o ^ainiB [iv]in bli(r5ain fi. — ^ln 
r-apbup '^a buain a haiéle na peile bfiigci 7 in Tífieabafe 
'ga '&enaríi 1^^ n-ainpecu. 

]CaL lan.' u. p.,* U acxiot, CCnno TDomini Tíl." cc* xx.' 
ui.*** pei-Slinii*^ hUu ConcoBaifi vo gabaiL caigi ofi 
T)oninaLL hUa phLaiébeíicaic, ^uji'mapb 7 ^uiiloifc ó 
péin 7 a bfiaéaifi. — CCe'5 hUa pLaiébepcaic tx) §aBaiL La 
hOCe'B, mac CacaiL c]ioibT)e[i]ii5 7 a rabaipc iLLoim^ 
5haLL^— 'Cigepnan, mac CaéaiL hUi ConcoíSaip, t)0 
TÍia]iba'o La T)onnca^ hUa n-*OuBT)ai.* — niuí|i&ur TTlac 
T)ia]iniaT:a t)0 mapba-o. — Connmac" TTaiipa, erpuc 
Lui^ne, in Chpipijo quieuic' — CaipLen CiLLe-moipe vo 
fXjaiLiU'D La CoéaL Rai^iLLi'o. 

(OCe'5'* hUa Tluaipc t)o mapbcr5 La CacaL hUa TloigiL- 
Li* 7 La ConcuBap Tílac Copmuic^) 

]CaL. lan. ui.* p.,' U x., CCnno TDomini Tn.^cc'xx.' 
uii.*^ UiLLiam TTlapef, mac S^upTJip na hepenn, t)0 
gabaiLDO Chopmac, mac 'ComaLTxnj, t)o pi§ na Caippgi 
7 T)'OCe'o hUa Concobaip. — ^DonnpLeibe Siwroa (aLiap,» 
hUa 5cr&pc[ í iT)on, pi 8Leibe-Lu§a*=) vo mapboft 'oo mac 
a T)ep[b]bpa€ap pein 1 piLL 7 T)omapba'5 e pein inT) po 
ceTX)ip, q[ie imT)eLL CCe'5a hUi Concobuip. — ^bpian^ mac 

A.D. 1226. «a,A. 

A.D. 1226. ipei-óliTn, A. «a laim, B. «n-'galt, A. «-^ A.— 
•^.1111. p., n. t. h., A ; .u. p., B. »>. 1,0 (1225), B (0, D) ; erroneousljr. 
«-« om., D. <*•<* n. t. h., A ; oni., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1227. *-».u. p., n. t. h., on?)lank8pace, A; .tii. p., B. »»-.tii.** (1226) , 
B (C, D) ; erroneouslj. «^ itl., n. t. h., A ;oin., B, C, D. <»-*oni., B, C; D. 

' Were tlain, — ^The Four Masters 
saj they were humed in a house 
which was set on íire by their 

' Great dtsfruntion, — D, perhaps 
correctlj, connccts thi8 and the f ol- 
lowing entrj (1224) : Fuit enim 
eodem anno maxima mortalitas 

hominam, ita nt oiroa íestum 
Sanctao Brigide antamoalia blada 
colligerentur, com neo tam aemina- 
tura lutorí anni íaota fidflaet, 00- 
oasione prediotaram gaemnim. 

1226. > FeidhtimM Ua Ctmeú^ 
bhair, — Aooocdsng to tlui fW 
JÍMfert (Mf«fi.)tluidMdvM 



elain*]. Great destrnctíon* of pcoplein thiajear. — TLe coni [1226] 
waa a-cutting on tlie moirow of the feaet of [St.] Brigit 
[Feb. 1.] and the ploughing 'was a-doing at the aarae 

Ealends of Jan. on 5th feria, 29th of the moon, a.d. fi22fl] 

1226. Feidhlimidh Ua Ooncohhair' seized a house upon 
Domnall Ua Flaiihbertaigh, bo that he killed and bumed 
himeelf and hia luasman. — Aedh Ua Flaithbertaigh was 
taken priaoner by Aedb, aon of Cathal Red Hand- and 
given into thc hand^s] of thc Foreignera.— Tigbernnn, aon 
Cathal Ua CouchobQÍr, waa killed by Donnchadh Ua 
Dubhdai. — MuirghiuB Mac Díarmata was killed. — Conn- 
niac O'Tarpa, biahop of Luighni," reated in Chríst. — 
The castle of Coll-mor waa razed by Cathal O'RaigbiUaidh. 

{Aedh* Ua Ruairc was killed by Cathal Ua Raighillidh 
and by Conchubhar, son of Cormac [Ua Maelruanaigh].) 

Kalend8 of Jan. on (íth íeria, lOth of the moon, A.n, [1227] 

1227. WilíÍam Mares, son of the Justiciary of Ireland, 
was taken prisoner by Cormac, aon of Tomaltacb,' king of 
the Rock and by Aedh Ua Conchobair.— Donnploibhe 
O'Grada (otherwÍBe, Ua Gadhra ; namely, king oí Sliabh- 
Lugha) waa killcd by the boh of hia own brother in 
treachery and be [the Blayer] himsolf was Itillcd therein 
Ímmediately, through device' of Aedh Ua Conchobair. — 

íj tlie wnB of Itlurtoagh O'FIb- 

hartr, aided by O'Couor. The 

ent7y in tlie AnnBli o/ Larh t't 

liinkes no meDCion oí FeidblimÍiUi. 

'CMhal Rt4IIand.—That in, 

O'Conor, KÍDg oí ConDnugbL 

• Zui'jíAní. — ThatÍB, Achuntj, 

*Anlh. efí,— QÍTen in tbo Feur 

Matltri. It ÍB there stated that 

0'Bourke «ns iUio on Luugli 

AUen (oo, Leittim). 

1327. ' HitmiííiiíA.— MBcDBrmíit. 
His residanoe vaa Ihe Ruck oi 
Lough Ce. A íuU aooounl of tho 
trdDsacIion 19 givcn in Iho Annait of 
Loch Ce, whence it haa been copicd 
by tho FauT Maaters. 

' Derice, — " DeTÍse,'' C; iodiu- 
tria, D. Tbe accoont in Ihe Foar 
MwltTi Btates that the nephew 
ntiized B house upoa Ihe imcle. 



ConcoRaijihlli ii-'OiapTnctra, tio tnapbaí.'' — "Oioíiipai^ 
A6Sd ])Uu* ITIoiii'oa 'Do ciaoi'iro 'o'ej'puc OiL-pTiT)- — Cumí^ 
hUa "OoniiiaLta[i]n xto niapbu-o i n-seimil -do Hua 
niac "DuinnTleiBe, a n-'oisatL a uíap 7 yé cpojxo. 

ibir-] ]cul. lan. U11.' p..' L." xx- i-,* tCnno •Oomini TTl.* cc." xx-* 
uin."' CCaíi, niacCaíatlctioib-De[i]i\5bUiConcobaiiv, t» 
mapba^ "do 5c<lLaitÍ 1 meBaiL, lap^ n-a TiiciipTJo Chon- 
naccaiB uainC. — ^iui-cipeCc iia heitenn -00 saBaiL -00 
mac UiLliam bupc (i'Don,''ílicapT)*') — CCe'o. mac Huai'opi, 
Tio sabaiL pifcB Connacc 7 pohaipseD ceatLa 7 r:uaía 
Connacu teó 7 po'Dicuipe&' a cLeipi§ 7 a Lucc eLwona 
apcena a cipiB coniafDCiB,* ap' n-a cup pi puacc 7 pi 
gopca. — ITluipcepcaf, mac pLaicbepcai§ bUi pilanna- 
Ka[i]n, Tio mapba-D La macaiB liUi Slia'fipa.' — pepgal, 
mac 8icpiuca hUi Uuaipc, "do mapba'B 'oo macaiC HeilL, 
mic Consalaic hUi Uuaipc. — UiaLL, mac Con^alais hUi 

A.D. 1227. '■Dioniip, B,' 0. B.— •Tho ■Dionipur "id Cnmaiiaeutriei 
are given uniier 12J5 (=1226} íd D. 

A.D. 1228, 'np (-«), B. »-tici, A.— ^■n, t. h.. nn hlanlt space, A ; 
om., B, >''>om., B. '^.uii.i' (1227^3 {0.D). B (íollowid by C «id D) 
hw no entTf andot tbia jear. There íb ■ bkiik Gpace cf luut liniM. 

BqL, liin. [liloiifc forforial and (!p«M] CfO. m." cc." n." niii.' The 
cntrieB follow its in A. Tbe j-tai in sdv&nce, cnuBed bj the omiuton 
ot 11112, bcing thos BbBHdoned, B (aa veU a» C aná D) comos into 
bBnnony with tbe olironolog)' o£ A. ''"'' itl., a, t. h., A; oin., B, C^ D. 
• Afl«r tMe woid. reM was writton, bnt BubBoquentl; dtlcted hj harínf 
a dot ploced under each of ihe letten, A, '-'oni., B, C. D. 

' C reutdai o Cruaader. — LitcrBllj, 
ligritd ; tiie uative equivalent of 
rrucí-ii^alia. " Cmcified," C ; 
ovcr irhich anolber hand wrotc 
aUicaril ! EioummuuiCBtna fuit, 
D; In which tlie entrjÍBBivto uDder 

Ai O'More resigncd in 1229 and 
died in 1331, hia objeot apparentlj 
waa not to go in person to tfae 

Eolj Lond. but to goin ihe ii 

dulgeoco bj coalributii 

Ciusade. In leference 

queet ot the fciu^ of Scotland 

gacdinjf: Nonnulli 

de regna auo propter pBD] 

■lii ob leDeclulem, quíd 

propter itEbilitBiaiu, qn 

etiani oh in&nnitatem neqi 

pereoDBJitec oiequi 


J militea m ú 


Dionyaiu8 Ua Mordba waa croascd m a CrusRder* from [122T] 
[being] bÍBhop of Oil-fiim- — Cumara TJa DomnaUain waa 
killed in captivity by lluaidhri Mac Duinnslcibhe, in 
revenge of hia father, lic [Cumara] being crosBed [as 
a Crusader]. 

Ealends of Jan. on 7th feria, 21st of the inoon, a.d. [1228Bíb. 
1*28. Aedh, son of Cathal Red-Hand Ua Oonchobair, 
was killed by the Foreigners ín troachery, after his being 
put Bway by the Connochtmen from thcmselves. — The 
JustÍcÍato of Ireland waa assumed by the son of WÍlIiani 
de Burgh (namely, Ilichai'd').— Aedh, son of RuaÍdhrÍ, 
[and hia brothers] took tbe lciiigBhip of Connacht imd tbe 
churches and territoriea of Connacht wero pillaged by them 
and moreover ita clergy and folk of learning were expclled 
into foreígn countries, after being exposed to cold and to 
hunger. — Muirccrtach, soa of FlaÍlhbcrtncb Ua Flann- 
again, was killed by the sons of Ua Gadhra.- — Ferghal. 
aon of Sitriuc Ua Iluairc, waa killed by the sona of Níall, 
son oí Congalach Ua Ruairc. — Kiall, soa of Congalach 

uaumpto orucia eieDOGula, de 
transcutido íd eiuBdcin Terre sub- 
■idÍDiu emiseríut, a, Briif of Ore- 
gUTj IX., dated tho Latecan. Mscoh 
31 tn88),em[»>vtm CnrdÍDal Otlio, 
ths PtpuJ Lcgate, to abaolve auch 
ítotn Ilifl Tdv oí tlie Croflii : reoepta 
prinl ab eia BumoieDti et iiloaea 
MutÍDne (eeuuritvji quod omucs 
expeDHH, quas faoturi esfient lu 
eundo, muTando et redeuDdo, in 
muiibus tuta aasignent : sliu 
itinerij pietBtin operibua 
"iiin indulgeutiflin 
bibitiiri, qu^ale tTsiiiieaiitibuB in 
ipgiiu Tuire subgidium iii Oenenili 
Conmtio eat cODOessa (Theiner, Vtl. 
Mtn., p. 38}. 

AmoDgBt the char^es brought 
Bg&inst the bÍBhop of Ardagh, 
whiuh Innooeut IV. (Lj-onn, Feb. 
13, 1245) appointed judgaB to ÍD- 
veBtignle, vraa : peuuniuai, quam 
cnioeaijiriiati decedentea relinquunt 
in submdiuni Terre SaQct«, in ubus 
proprios ot iUioitos . , . con- 

1223. flíeínrt/.-On Pab. 16 of 
tliia jesr, Henrjr III. Dotified to 
tbo citinons ot Dublio, LiniFriQlr, 
Drogheda, Waterford, Cork uad to 
"Dnncan Carbrj " [Dunnchad 
Cairbreeh O'Brien) that Eichard 
de Burgh waa appointed juatieiarj 
of IreUnd. ( &[ocnraf nís]. Irclalinj 
lo] l[r].laxd]., I. 1Ó73.) 


ccnwaLa tilcroti. 

Riiaipc, 7)0 ínatiba'D t)o CCfir, ínac OCitir: hlli íluanic 7 
CCAlaim ^efifi, mac íleiU, t)o mafiba* t)u* CCiíilaim, mac 
CCifir, 1 paífiu^a'D. — TTla[c] Cpaié* hlla ÍHallaÉua quieuiu 
in ChfiifTX).* 

(IDauiT)*' piaínn, raifec 8il-TTlailfiuanai'5, T)'héa — 
CCe-S, mac 'Donnca'o 1 pep^aíl, t)0 Aafiba^ la hCCe*, 
mac OCTÍilaim 1 pepJaiL** — Caiflen* Chuil-pa€ain vo 
T)enum in bliaíain fi. — 8an Pfionfiaf T^'onofiusa^ ma|i 
^ac naeA in blia^ain fi leifin pafia, iDon, le ST^e^ofwuf 
nonuf, fciliccT:, T)ecimo feprimo ]CalenT)af CCusufcit*.) 

]CaL 1an. i[i].* f., 1. 11.,* OCnno 'Domini TTl.'' cc* xat'* tx.* 
"Ouibeffa, in^en Ruai'Ofi, ben Carail TTlic T)iafimaca, 
T)o éc 1 n-a caillic t)UiB. — ^Diafimaic TTlac^ CaffTjaig, fí 
T3ef-TTluman, quieuic in Chf ifix). — T)ionif* hUa TTlofBa, 
efpuc Sil-TTluife-Dai^, t)0 cufi a efpucoiT)e ua5a.* — 
B eoc 5^pafT) hUa Caca[i]n, canonac | if eolca T)obi* ifin OfiT) 
Canonac [in Chfifco quieuir]. — T)iafmaic** TTlac piaic, 
abb Rei^lefa ^iUa-TTlolaifi htla[-ij Silluf a[i]n 1 T3uaim, 
in Chpifco quieuic 7 a a-onucal 1 n-CCfT)-ca|ina.* — 
TTluifeT)ac hUa ^oí^^Ba^^®' ppioif fei^lefa lnT)p-mic- 
ne^xinT) (no,*" -n-Gfin*'), T^uine^* if epiai'oe 7 if c|vaib- 
ci5i[u]^ T)obi T)o Coice'& Con[n]acc, in Chfifix) quieuii; — 
TDiafmaiT) TTlac ^iUa-Chafifiaig, aifcinnec 'Ci§i-bai€in 
7 uaf alfacafc 7 T)Uine f ob'f eff T)eifc 7 eíneac* T)obi 1 
cenncuf* Connacc, in Chfifco quieuic. 

A.D. 1228. »T)0, B.— K-Kom. D. »»^11. t. h., A; om., B, C, D. 
í* r. m., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1229. iríla&B. «p^boi, B. «-éige^B. * -caim B.-»* n. t. h., 
on blank space, A; om.,B. ^^-^om., B, C, D. The Si|vcqiT) entij íb 
omitted in D. «-<» itL, n. t. h., A ; om., B, C. <* t) ia doubled by "ijntn Vf ^, 
B. e T)aenacc — humahif^, B. 

• Amlaim ihe Short, — Auly Carr 
[Garr] ; alias, cuitus filius, D. 
' David — Aedh — (he castle, — 

These three natíve items are gÍTen 
in the Four Matten imder this 


TJa Uuairc, was líilled by Art, son of Art Ua Ruairo and 
Amluim the Short,^ boh of ríiall, waa killed by Amlaira, 
8011 of Art, in batbing. — Ma[c] Craith Ua Mallachta 
■ rested in Christ, 

(David^ O'Flainn, chief of Sil-Mailruauaidh, died. — 
Aedb,^ son of Doimchadh O'Ferghail, was kiUed by Aedh 
8on of Amhlam O'FerghaiI.— The castle* of Cuil-rathain 
was built tbis year. — Saint Francis waa bonoiired' like 
every saint this year by the Pope, namelv, by Gregory 
IX., that in, on the 17ib of the Ralends of August 
[Joly 16].) 

£alends of Jan. on 2nd fería, 2nd of tbe moon, a.d. 
1229. Duibessa, daughtcr of Ruuidhri [Ua ConchobaÍr], 
wife of Cathal Mac Diarraala, died a nun. — Diariaait Mac 
Carrtbaigb, Iting of Desmond, resled in Cbrist. — Dion^sÍus 
Ua Mordha, biahop of Sil-Miiiredbaigh [Elpbin], put hia 
bishopric away from him. — Girard Ua Cathain, the moat 
Jearoed Canon tbat was in the Order of Canons [reated in 
Chriat]. — Diarraait Mac Fiaich, abbot of the Monastery 
of GUIa-MoUisÍ Ua Gillurain in Tuaim, rested Ín Christ 
and washuried in Ard-canm. — Muiredach Ua Gormgbaile, 
príor of the Monasterj of the Island of Mac-nErínd (or, 
[Mac]-nErin), the niost erudite and pioua person of the 
Fifth of Conuacht, rested ín Christ — Diarmait Mac Gilla- 
Cbarraigb, hcrenach of Tech-Baithiii and eminent priest 
and tbe peraon of best cbarity and hospitality that wub in 
thÍB eide* of Connacht, rested in ChrÍst. 

• íTíH Sonuurtd, rtc.—^e waa 
cuonized in ttie chorch of £l 
Qeorge, AnUÍ. 

1229. 'TJ.". «Ví ofConnnrhl.— 
Tbat ie, tbe easteni portÍOD. wbere 
Ihe oompiler lired . Th« «xprcmioii 
i« iiic«ri«ctlr tenderpd " in thoM 
pBtta" in C. Tha entr; ín the 


Foar Mialirt «tatea i 
Gillauanj waa ÍDtetred in the 
(PrcmomtnitnuiiiD) monsíterj ot 
Trinity Uand (Loch Ce), aft«r tlM 
bodj lajnnburieil for tbree nitchta 
in the ',CÍBterciaD) abbej of Boflf, 
the monlu of whioh aCtempted tu 


jCal. Icin. ■po]\' rnaiiir,' L i. iii,," CCnno"Ooniini IH^ 
cc.''xxi." 5'^'-*í"lr'' h-Ua CLeipig, epccop tuisne, (ruietti| 
in* [Ctipifco'']. — ^'^La-Capiicai^ hUa heipupa^ijj 
canonac 7 ansciipe, quieuii; in [Ctipipco].' — ^Donnfleifl 
hUa IniTiuine,^ manac naem 7 maisifrep faep, quieUI 
in" [Ctipirco-].— Tnaet-lTluipe hUa ITlaa-eoin, 
Cliiana-niac-Uoip, in ChpiTro quiGUic. — 111 ael-SecUiiili 
TTIac phipeiíinti, uapali"acapc 7 nmisipuin Isi^n^ 
quieuic in [Chpipco], 1 n-a noibtjT)! 1 inamipnp iM 
OuiUe-" — Silla-in-Coini-De-fi hUa"OuiH,enna[i]n, comapbt 
peicin 7 ubb peislepu CinonaC epa-Dapa, in Chpifi 
quieuic'— Sluai^e-D* la hUiUiam Oupc 1 Connacca,' EUra 
miUíe-o] niopan leip' -DoChonnaccaiC' 'Oonn 65 TTlg 
OipeCcai§ T)o maiiba'5 -ooiB 7' Ccctsepn, mac in hpM 
eiVian, hUa tTlincacaiii -do mapfaa-& TioiB. — OCpc. ma 
CCipc hUi lluapc, "00 mapba-6 t>o 1l<ijnoU hUa pnli 
meBail,.— TTla[c] Cpaic TTlac Sheppaij, eTpuc 

A.D. 1Í30. ' lniliaii\ei>, B. '■ícaie.B.— "n. t. b., nnU»iik«p«i^l 
.111. V. (tlie Utin equivalent), B. ''Boni., B. "■ om., B, C, D. <-<< iraMÍ 
in, A. •This aod the CCpc-Cf eT>-Silla.l fu- Bndniuquiií enlrie»M» 
the onlj' items givcii (ia the toregoing order) in D. ''■oo ChuiintiiJmiC 


1230. "Jfflc Craiih — Jowph 

Mtioh liiilit ia tlicown on these 
obiU by the plaint msdo in pereoa 
b; bishop Jcivíliu and eiubodied in 
a Bríef of GregutT IX. (Peru^ia, 
April a, 12S3; Theiner, uíiiu;,., 
p. 30), Bppoiuting' jadtces to tx- 
Biuiiie wliethcr tho diocese ot 
Ardagh belougcd to Tuam, or to 
ATmagh. TheiuchbÍBbopof Tuam 
conBeorated the prior of Iniiunor 
(most probablj luishmore— ,vrc«( 
íi/unrf — in liOog-h Gamna, co. Long- 
ford) biahop of Aid&gh. After- 
waidB. Josepb^UHgTIieÍoliidliaÍu). 
tJie srchdoauan, wbo bad offloiated 
asHuohattlie f QnDtlcn, f alself repre- 

srnted to tbeprinuite L[uke Netter. 
ville],tbathimself hadbeeiielcDled. 
Therebj hs obtaiued con6rmatioD, 
uaused himself (aou siue sjmonla 
vitio] to be conaeorated bf I 
siithoritj' oí Lnke'B 
(Donatas) and vhs intradtdbjl^ 
infltienGe iutu partial p 
the dioocse. 

Tha canonical binhop havíng 
died, "Mngairv" (=M»e Shomugll 
oí Ihe tei t), the uew arohdencon, re- 
ceÍTed couBccraCÍon from Ihe Tuini 
metropolitan. Hii dcathtook place 
within the eame ^.eiu (1330). 
WhBreupon. ihe mtruded uliulned 
toial poBBeBBÍDn and pruc««ded to 



Ealends o£ Jan. upon Tuesdaj', 13tli of tlie moon, a.h. 
1230. GiUa-Isu Ua Clcirigh, bisbop of Luigni [Achonry], 
rested in Chrií>t. — GiUa-Carrthaigh Ua Elgia?a[i]n, canoa 
antl anchc)ri(e,re8ted in Christ. — Donnsleibe Ua Inmhainen, 
a hoIy monk and niaster-wright, reated in Christ — Mael- 
Muire Ua Mail-Eoin, abbot of CIuaín-raac-Nois, rested in 
Ohrist. — Mael-Sechlainn Mac FhireidhÍnn, eminent prieat 
and master of literature, rested in Christ, a novice in the 
Monaetery of tho Buiíl.— Oilla-in-Coiradedh Ua DuiUen- 
nain, succcssor of [St.] FeÍcbin and abbot of tho Monas- 
tery of Cunons of Ea-dara, rested in ChrÍBt. — A hosting 
by William de Burgh into Connacbt, so tbut much of Con- 
nachtwa3destroyedby LÍm. DonuMagOirechtaÍgh Junior 
waa killed by them and Echtighern Ua Mincachain, son 
ol the Brehon, waa lcillod by them. — Art, sou of Art 
Ua HuBÍrc, was hilled by Eugnall Ua Finn in treachery. — 
lla[c] Craítbi Mac Sherraigh, bishop of Conmaicni 

BlituHte tliD diixpnuu property. 
The prioc oí '• St, John'B ouUido 
tlie uew gate of Dnblin " and hia 
fellow judgeB (appointfd ad hac by 
Ihe Cuiia, on the compUint of tbe 
prior aod canona of Kilbixy (oo. 
WeBtmeath]] quiufaed tbe election 
of Jo»Fp!i us uQcauonical and un- 
oonfirmed by hii owa {Tuam) 
metropolitati. The eieoutionof the 
Bent^noe waa intruBtod to tho 
primate. Hr, howerer (quadiun 
peouDÍe fiumma et quibuídiim pro- 
the aecond time, inlruded Jowph. 
But the ohurch hnTÍng bteu 
long destitute of a paBtar and out 
free from ihc danger of an iavader, 
the arofabÍHbop of Tuum, to whom 
the riglit of eltctiou hna dtvolved by 
lupse of time, oonsecrated Jocelin, 
" a roaiik ot St. Uarj'g near 

Dublin." (ThÍB took placo either 
at the close dF \TÍ2, or in the 
beginnÍDg of 1233. For od March 
1 of the Utler jear, Hi'urj III. 
cormuaiided the juetioiarj. MAurioe 
FitzGerald, to ^ve auchpoiHMÍonuf 
the Bee to Jooflin, oonaeorated 
hihhop thereof, aa Eobort (sic), his 
predeoeisor, had at hÍB death {D. 
/., I. 2018).) 

On lltu (itlier hainl, the ptlmatu 


conitrmed the eleotion o( G[eUiina 
= Oilla-lHu], a prieiCof the diocese, 
aaid to bsve beeu eicommuiiicaCed 
(for whom, aee under 1237. infra). 
A pslpuble hiatua iu the forc- 
goinp. namelj, the deatlj ot Joaeph, 
ÍH BitpplÍEd hy ihe additiunal obic 
of tho teit. Tbe omÍBBÍon of hiii 
demise by the originBl compiler 
Bboira thnt, iu the cliroDÍi'lo frum 



ccMíiaLa ulcroli. 

maicne^ T)uine if mo cpaba'& 7 eínec'oobi ilLeir Cuinn, in 
Ch[ii|TO** quieuir.** — CCe'o hUa íleill, fií 'Cuaifce^iJpr 
(Gfienn') 7 pi' Leiri Cuinn uile 7 'De§a'&Cu|\ aiii-Dfii^ 6|ienii 
uiW 7 'DUine if mo fiomafib 7 pocfiec ^ullu^ 7 fiomilL 
caiflena 'oobai t)0 S'^ai'Delai V a^ éc 7 •ouine if lu^u^ 
fiofaile'D 'Dpa^bail baif innuf aile acr: le ^^llaiB, 
quieuir in^ [ChpivTO*']. — pLoifiinc* hUa CeíibaLla[i]n, 
eppuc 'Chifie-hBo^am, uapaLfenoifi ro^ai'&e, poncip- 
cacuf fui anno qua-Dfiagefimo feaxo, [a]eraT:if fu[a]e 
ocT^o^efimo feoxo, in Chfifro quieuir." 

(lofep^ Tílag 'Cheici'Dan, epfcob Conmaicne, quieuic^ 
. . . 7™ cofip ^an Pf onf ef 'o'arfiuguT) t)0 comofiba ni 
m-bficrcafi cum ea^Laife T)0]ii5ne€ n-aonóip fein, 8 ]ct. 

]CaL. lan. fop' Cearain,' L.^ acx.ini.,^ CCnno T)omini Tíl.** 
00."* XXX.'* 1."* pecfoLisi^ (iT^on,** ben ÍTluificefT:ai§ TTluim- 
^1-5, mic CoipfT^eaLbai^ moip 1 Concubuifi"), ni^en Con- 
cobuifi ITlic T^iapmaca, quieuiT: in [Chpi^xo].** — T)ub- 
cabLais»'* ingen ConcoCaip TTlic T)iapmaTxr, t)0 éc 1 
TTlainifnp na buiLLe.^ — pLann hUa Connacraig, efpuc 
na Opeifne, in" Chpifro quieuir' — 8Lua§a'D mop Leif 
n-T)omnaiLL T)ocum hUi^ flaisiLLaig, co puc ben hUi 

' -ni, B. * ^meiT)ealaiB B. *x)o (eign of infinitive), B. •luja, B. i itJ., 
n. t. h., A ; text, B, C, D. íoni.,B. ^ Sic, A, B. The firet u arises from 
assimilation with the fínal. It proves that the origrinal contained the 
proper ca^e-ending. ^' n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. "»•"» t. m., n. t. h., A ; 
om. , B, C, D. The beginning of the entrj Htood on a line that waa cut 
away in trimming the edge. 

A.D. 1231. 1 f^efvTobée, A. « h1, B.— ••n. t. h., A ; .111. p. (the Latin 
equivalent), B. *>-*>om., B. <^«=itl., n. t. h., A; om., B, C, D. *"<• om., 
B, C, D. ••* om., A ; ** dead," C ; quieuit tn pace, D. 

which Maguire copied, Mag 

Theichidain was pafsed over as 
an intruder. 

In the Annals 0/ Loch Ce (ad 

an.), Joseph is given fírst and 
quitvit in Ch'isto applicd to both. 

' Clrist, — D adds : Eodem etiam 
anno, O'Donill cum vi armata 



[Árdagh], tlie person of moat píety an'I gcnero8Ít,y that [1230] 
waa in the Half of Oonn, rested in Christ. — Aedh 
Ua N'eill, kíng of tbe Norih (of Irelund) and king of all 
the Hnlf of Coiin and worthv future arch-king of all 
Treland and the person of the Gaidhil that moBt killed 
and piltaged the Foreignera and dostrojed caítleí, died. 
And the pcrson that it wqb least thought would find death 
otherwise than by the Foi-eignera reated in Christ.^ — 
Florenoe TJa Ccrballa[Í]n, biahop of Tir-Eogain [Derry]. 
emioent soníor BeleeC, rested in Christ, in the 46th vear of 
hÍB pontÍGcate, thc 86th of his age. 

{Joseph^ Mag Theichidhan, biahop of Conmaicni 
[Ardagh], rested. — . . Anl the body of Saint 
Francia was removed^ on the 8th ot the Kalen(ls of Juiie 
[May 25] by the SuperÍor of the Frlars to the church 
that wa» built in hía own honour.) 

Xalends of Jan. upon Wednesda^, 24th of tlie moon, 
A D. 1231. Fethfolighi (namely, wife of Muirccrtach tho 
Momonian,^ Bon of Toirrdealbnch Mor O'Concubuir) 
daughtorof Conchobur Mac Diarmata, reated in CbrÍst— 
Cnbcbablaigh, daughter of Concobhar Mac Diarmata, died 
in the Monaaterj of tbe Bnill. — Flann Ua Connachtaigh, 
bishop of Breifni [Kilmore], rested in Christ. — A great 
bosting by O'DomnaiU againat Ua Raighillaigh, ao tbat 
he took the wife of Ua ítaighillaigh away with him, 


Ínnasit CDnaciHni ei, licet miUta 

oocsHÍon of tho translation, bm 

oommÍBÍt damiia, tamen filii Rorici 

Wídcling, A«»aL Minor. td ■«. 

laSO, p. 4lí, ipj. 

ODnnlIo illa uice. 

1231. > JfaiBOniari. — So called 

Tbi» Í9 gÍreD in BalistaDtiallj t!)0 

from havinghnenreared ia Mnn- 

nme tfrms hy ihe F<mr MaiUra sc 

«ler. At 1233, D giTM Oda 

this jear. 

«-«-„,««, loistalrine M«\mntrh 

' Rtmoi-ed.—Fot Ihe unseemlr 

(Momonian) for mim«tfh (vcno- 

bniwl thBt toolf ptuce on the 



Hotcc uCí 

tíai§iUai5 181]-, Toon, ^npn TTleg* phiaípac 7 co i)iiC]-ac^I 
Veoic 7 ínntíiui'a 7" maifuii''' in Caile uile leó. — Coii-Í 
B GM cobup 1 50C* hlla Tieapipa, pi Luijne, quieuic m" [ClipiTro].'B 
— "Oubrettipac,'' in^en hUi Chuinn, ben [phjlaifbep-" 
cais liUi pMaimasa[i]ii, quieuic m [Chpii-co']. j 
— pLaicbepcac liUa pLannapaíOn, caii^c CLaiiini-CaCaiLj 
7 Tiuine ip uaij'le' Tíobi' -do SlitL-lTluip^'Oai^t 'oo'' ác 1 n-of'l 
oiLicpi 1 tnainii'CipnabuiLLe. — ^Diontpuij'^'hUalTlopWJ 
epptic SiL-lTluipe-Dms, quiouicin Chpipco.' 

ABfib[tiir.] lcaL. 1an. vop' "napTiain. L- u.," CCnno ■Oomini TT1.° cc"j 

aax" 11." ÍXe'fe'' hUa pepgaiL, caipec TTluinncepi-hOCii-í 

^oiLe, -00 tnapba* ■o'a bpaicpit) pein. — niapiup, macl 

CCiTiLaim, mic TTaiíis TTlic TTlaeLpuanaig, cainnel einíg 7 

egnuma' 7 cpabait, in Chpipco° quieuic' — SLuagaB La 

hUiLLiam bupc co catpceL bona-!5aiLLbi,* co n^ospnpac 

caiTceL ann. — TílatTim Tio íabatpc Tio na 'CiiacaiB ap | 

Concobiip, mac CCe'&a, mic Ruui'opi, cop'mapbat Con- 

cobiip ann 7 5'T-^o-Cpipc, mnc Tlontieo'&a ec aLii mulci. j 

— "Oonnca'D, mac TomaLcaií; TTlic 'Oiapmaca. quteuic iii*'I 

[Chpipco^].— TTlac TleiLL hUi ^atLmiieíai^ (i-oon,' Con- 

cobup')i caipeC CeniuiL-ÍTloen, quieuic in [Chpipco]. — 

Coipecpa'5 cetnpaiLL CiLLe-moipe 7 Canonai^ ■do -6enum 

iptn baiLe cecna Lo Conn hLlapLanna5a[i]n.* — SLuogfffi' 

'niBi5,B. 'eot), A. ' a~hii (dtalh iBoi placr), h. '"D.íniipB, fiimi 
maitup Doboi— n/ffr(Bínf goodneu ihat loai, B. '■• Qm., D. Chpipco !• 

omiUni in A. 

A.D. 1232. >e5n(mi(i, B. 
oí lnndp), B. *^ii, B,— I 
■nd Ihe following entrv ari 
A. "J om., B. ThÍB ilem ii 
A, B, C utidor this ye»r. • • 

-^aillmp, B.' Smpnit*- (by metathesi» 
1. 1. h., on blsDk spuoe, ; om., B. t> 'Xlija 
.len ander 1231 Íd D. " quipuii: irir 
laat Thiuh I>. bas in eolnnioii «ith 
. n. t, b.. A ; om. . B, C. •• om., B; C. 

' Síurn/MiríT. — Inooneollj ren- ' ['n J/ordíu.— The Anntlá tf J 

dered muluf iu D. " The adjective Lorh Ce (sJ an. ) rt&te tbftt bs ditj ( 

ged (tf»[) ÍD medical Irish MSS, ia in tho eiUbllabment of the Caa 

uaod to trsnílste the Lntia balhm, in Trinily Islsnd (Loch Cr), on 1 

or iatbutient" (O'DDnoTao, Four Dec. IS Bod woh Euccccded bj 

MaUtn, iil., pi 260). Donough O'Canor. 



namely, tte daughter of Mag FhÍDcliracL. And t]iey [lasi) 
took away the treasures and valunbles and ctiatfels of the 
whole town with thcni, — Conchobur Ua hEaghra the 
Staminerer,^ king of Luighni, rested in ChrÍBt, — Dub- 
themhrach, daughíor of Ua Cuinn, wife of [F]laithbertach 
Ua Fianiiago[i]n, rested in Chríst. — [The aforepaid] 
TTaÍthbortach Ua FIannago[i]n, chief of Clann-CathaU 
and the person íhat waa noblest of the SÍl-Muircdhaígh, 
died on his pilgrimage in the Monastenr of the Buill. — 
Dionysius Ua Mordba,' bishop of SÍl-Muiredhaigh 
[Elphin], rested in Christ. 

Ealcnds of Jan. upon Thursdav, 5th of the moon, a,ií, [123JBíb,] 
12^2, Aedh Ua Ferghail, chicf of Muinnter- Angnile, was 
kiUed' by his own hinsmoo.— Maghnus, soq of Amhlam, 
Bou of Tudhg Muc Mailruanaigh, candlo of generosity aod 
Talour and piety, rested Ín Christ. — A hostiiig hy WiUiam 
de Burgh to the castle of Bun-GaiUhi, so that they built a 
caatle tbcre, — Uefeat waa inflicted by "the Torritoriea" on 
Conchobur, son of Aedh, son oíKuadhri [Ua Concbobair], 
ao that Conchobur [himself] and GÍUa-Crist son of Donn- 
chadh [Mac Diarmata] and many others were slain there. 
— Donnchadh, son of Tomaltach Mac Uiurmata, rested iu 
Christ. — The son of Niall Ua Gailmrcdhaigh (namelj, 
Concobur), chief of Cenel-Moen, rested Ín Chríst — Con- 
BccratioQ of the church of Ccll-mor [look place]^ and 
Canona wcre establiahed Ín the eame place by Conn 
Va Flaniiaga[i]n. — A hostíng by Domnoll Ua Lochlainn, 

1!3S. ■ fiíInJ.— AtcoriUdg to tbe 
áiHiab of Loch Ct (ad on.), he wae 
ui Í|;altBd bouie) iti tbe 
ioUnd of Locb Coile (in AnnalfX 
w. iMagtorá, tbe tcirilorf al tbe 

'[rooi /líacf]. — Bj- Donougb 
O'Ctiiior, bishop íií Elpbiii ÍAnnali 
a/LocS an.). O'FluiDagaii 
(_ii.) irai prior oí KiIniDrB (ibnut 
Bix iniiís eiut of Etphin. O'DuaoTan. 
F.M. iii. 281). 

trHHala: uLcroTi. 

la "OomnalL lilla W'Laiiin, lu jn| CeniinL-eosajn, co^ 
n-^ollaiB 7 co n-^ai-fioLaiG t 'Cijx-ConaiLL 'D'a]i'mil.L móji 
1 ^íánaic 7 1 T^ip-ClionaiLL 7 Ti'a cuc bpai^i "OomnaiLL 
hlll í>ai5iLl 7 hlli ■Caipce[i]pcLaiT. — SLuajafi La tiUa 
n-"OoinnaLL ipin bLiafiain cecna 1 T^ip-n6osain, co piafit 
CuLa[f ]-nóc, -o'ap'mapb bú 7 15'ap'Loipc apbanna 7 ■o'a] 
líiiLL móp apcena ipin cip 7 caimc ap cuL co copsiip' 
Ocnp ipin bLia'&ain cenm lioaipg Loin5[a]ip Cenimb 
eogatn TTlí'fibffD 7 eoftiníp 7 TiopaLa biii'oen no CheneU 
ConaiLL im mac tíeiLL hUi "DomnaiLL cucu 7 ti'ap'Li 
óp iia Lotnsii 7 ti'ap'Tnapba-o mac UeiLL' 

(p6i'5Lim' ConcuCaip, pi Connacc, tio sabail i 
Uicap'D a bopc, a ITIiLic, a piLL 7 pi^e Coiinucc ■00 C 
mac TluaiTipi apip.") 

}CaL. lan. [nii-* j:-, L. Jiii.,'] CCnno •Oomini m."C' 
111." SLuaga'fi La pei'DLimi'ó' IiUa ConCobtnp 1 Ooi 
naícaiB, co n-'oecai'fc Copmac, mac 'ComaLcais 1 
a^ai'fi,* cocucLeipé 1 lTla3-l,uips, co n-'OBpna Lonsi 
ic* 'Opuiin-Spespai'&e 7 co cainic Copmac 7 Concobu" 
amac 7 na cpi 'Cuafa 7 ua mac TTluipcepcaig TTlic 
"Diapmaca, loon, 'Oannca'& 7 ITluipcepcac. Ocup if í 
comuipLi ■ooponi'ac : cocc 1* n-oiais; CCe'fea, niic Tluoiopi 3 
cucpac maTbm pop CCe'6, niac Tlua'fipi, anti, mon, j 

A.D. 1233, "(mi.,B,C. «■■n. t. h., A ; om., B, C. 
A.D. 1233. 'VeiiLím, A. * uTOng (mewtLesÍ» oí g&ndi), jL. ■ 
A. 'u. B.— •-■blsnk (.paue. A, Jt. 

' Wai Ulltd Tha fioal tmtrr of 

thUfeuin Di9:Eodcniaiitio,pBupn'- 
riini Fnltni, quo* Mlaorítu Tociat, 
víniiTUiit (»ií) Ín Bilienilam. 

*FrÍá/ilim, etc— About tho cnd of 
Aagust of this yeta, Henrj' Itl. 
«rotg to de Burgh, the juatiolDr]', 
th&t bo Imd been infoTmtd tliSC de 
Itiirgh niied, impriíoníd, Bnd grieT- 
onilf aad ■hiinernllT trealed Frelhe- 
Ua (Feidhlim), toa of ■ fuinier liing 

DÍ ContiaughL Ue vu 
to iiberute Feidlim, on hii B 
Buretie* ta abíde BDftbiug UiA I 
hÍB chirgs Bnd to certífy wb; b« M 
bcen impriioDud (/>. /., L 1B7| 
In ooDHqarnc», dgubtlcu, oT II 
micdile, FpidMim (*ccan)lDg to l|j 
j^mmlt 0/ iMch Ce anil tbs ínilf 
entrr of the foUoirin^ J'mt) i 
>et .t libert,v, HÍ. , 

e re«M>D« whf d 

perliaps oat < 


[namelj'] by tho Idng of Conel-Eogiiin, along with the 
Foreígners and n-ith the GaÍdtiíl, into Tir-ConaiU, wherebj 
lie doítrojed much in Fiinat and iii Tir-Conaill and took 
awav ihe hostages of Domnall Ua Baighill and of Ua Tair- 
cheirt with him.— A hosting by Ua Domnaill in ihe same 
year into Tir-Eogain, imtii he reached Tulaeh-oc, whereby 
lie killed cows and bumed cropa and destro^ed muoh 
besides in the couutry and he came hack Iriuniphantly. 
And in the same vear fhe fleet of Cenel-Conaill harried, 
Midbadh and Eagh-ínia atid a party of the Ccnel-Conaillj 
undcr tho son of NiaU Ua Domnaill, carae upon them and 
thereby was caused destructiou of tho flect and the soq of 
líiall waa killed.* 

(Feidhlim* O'ConcubhaÍr, king of Connacht. waa taken 
prisoner by Richard de Burgh in Milic, in treachery and ihe 
kingship of Counacht [reverted therehy] to Aedh, eon of 
Itaaidbri [Ua Coiichobsir],ngiiin.) 

Xalends of Jan. on 17th fpria, 16th of the moon, a.d. 
1233. A hosting by Fcidhliraidh Ua Conchobuir Ínto 
Connacht, until Cormac. son of Tomaltach [Mac Diarmata], 
went to mcet him, ao that he [Cormac] tonk him with hira 
iuto Magh-Luirg and formed a camp at Druim-Gregraidhe 
and there came out' Cormac and Conuhobur [his son] and 
the three Territoriea and tho two aons of Mac Diarraata, 
iiamely, Donnchadh and Muireertach. And the counsel 
they adopted waa to go in pursuit of Aedh, eon of 
Ruaidhri [Ua Conchobair]. Aod they infiicted dofcat in 
that place upon Aedb, son of Iluaidhri, that is, upon the 

Burgli wai deprivBd of the office oí 



jiutioiar/ in tbe beginalng of the 

ing that 

Coni'hubar was snn of 



Thp.Jníw'. o/-/»díCíiuid 

1233. > Oui.—Amath in the ori- 

the í-™ 

MasUrt hjive thu sftiiiQ 

ghul ; tbe Ui^tioa loltowed b; C. 


U hu Aliui eliudem ; tliat Í9, thu 


ccMwaLa: ulcroli. 

pi§ Connacc, ^Uíi'mafiba'o é pein 7 OCe'6 TTluininec, mac 
^^^1-5111 7 a mac 7 T)onnca^ nio]ii mac T)ia|iniaua, nnic 
A 69o Ruai'Biii I 7 T)aine im-Dah] aili,^ lap fapu§u'5 "Ci§i- 
baiuin 7 lap® n-a ^íac 'D*CCeT> Tíluimnec 7 lap^ flac 
ceall 7 ecluf n-im'6a aile,^ ^upcuiT^fec^ fein 1 n-eine£ 
6eall 7 naeiíi Connacu.** — Caifcel-na-CailLi^e 7 caifcel 
bona-na-SctiLlBi "do fgaiLe'o La pei'&Limi'o hUa Con- 
cobuif. — UiLLiam 7)0 Laci 7 SepLuf, mac CaéaiL hUi 
Concobuif 7 501 LL im'Da[i] | "do mafiba'5 La TTluinnrif- 
Tlai§iLLai5® 1 TTlonaig-cfanncain. — TTlaeL-1ffu hUa 
TTlaenaig, uafaLfacafc 1105^^0-5 a faLuaip ^ac n-aen 
La[u], acr "Oia-T^omnai^, quieuic in** Chp if co.^ — S^PFPcti^ 
hUa T)ai§pi, aipcinneac T)aipe CoLuim-ciLLe, in Chpifco 

(«CpanfLaTno'' beaci TDominici.*') 



lCaL. 1an. [1.* f., L. acxun.,*] CCnno "Ootnini TT1° cc'^xírx' 
1111. CCiLín, mac tlccpaig, pi' 5«^^"5^^'^^^» mopr:u[u]f 
efc. — T)omnaLL,^ mac CCe'oa hUi íleiLL, pí CeneoiL- 
©o^ain 7 a-Dbup pi^ Gpenn, "do mapba'D t)0 TTlhac 
LocLainn^ 7 t)0 CheneL-Go^ain féin.^ — CCe'& hUahGogpa, 
pi« Lui^ne,*" T)o TÍiapbaí Le T)onnca'5 liUa n-CaJpa. — 
Snecca mop ecep T)á WocLaic ifin bLia^ain fin."* 8icc 
mop T) a eif, co n-imci§cif T)aine 7 eic fo n-eipi6 ap 
aiBniB 7 ap LocaiB* Cpenn. — T)iapmaic hUa CuinT), 
caifec TTíuinncepi-hCCn§aiLe, t)o' mapba'&.' — Coc vo 

"aile, A. 'aix — upon (temporal), B. ^ele, A. ^Raigall-, B. *>* om., 
B, C, D. '-«t. m., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A-D. 1234. ^tac-, B. 'pax)ein, B. ^lacaíC, A.— »*on blank fipaoe, 
A, B. t> Thia entry follows the CCe^ item, B, C, D. «-«om., A. ^ p— 
thi8f B. •-•Tno|ictiuf efc, B ; " died," C. This and the 'giUa-na-tiaeffi 
and íriael-pecaip. entriee are omitted in D. 

' Ca%th of ihe Ilag, — Cabtrum 
vetule, D. 

' Monach'cranncain. — Boff ofbcau- 

tiful trees, Grunna crannchavn, D. 
At 856 [=856] supra, Bellum Gron- 
nae magnae is the Latin rendering 


king of CoDnacbt ; so tbat he himself was killed and Aedh 11233] 
the Momonian, son of Ruaidhri and his son and Donnchadh 
Mor, son of Diarmait, eon of Ruaidhri and many other 
persons [were killed], after the profaning of Tech-Baithin 
and after the pillaging thereof by Aedh the Momonian 
and after the pillaging of many olher abbeys and 
churches; so that they themselves fell in atonement of 
the churches and saints of Connacht. — The Castle of tlie 
Hag* and the Castle of Bun-na-GaiUbhi were razed by 
Feidhlimidh TJa Conchobuír. — William De Lacy and 
Charles, son of Cathal TJa Conchobuir and many 
Foreigners were killed by the Muinnter-RaighiUaigh in 
Monach-cranncain^. — Mael-Isu Ua Maenaigh, an eminent 
priest that used to recite his Psalter every day, save 
Sunday, rested in Christ. — QeofErey Ua Daighri, herenagh 
of Daire of [St.] Colura-ciUe, rested in Christ. 
(Translation* [of the body] of Blessed Dominick.) 

Xalends of Jan. [on Ist feria, 27th of the moon,] a.D' [1234] 
1234. Aillin, son of Uchtrach, king of the Foreign- 
Gaidhil, died. — Domnall, son of Aedh Ua Neill, king of 
Cenel-Eogain and future king of Ireland, was killed by 
Mac Lochlainn and by the Cenel-Eogain themselvea — 
Aedh Ua Eaghra, king of Luighni, was killed by 
Donnchadh Ua Eaghra. — Great snow between the two 
Nativities [Dec. 25 — Jan. 6] in that year. Great frost 
thereaf ter, so that persons and horses went under burdens 
iipon the rivers and lakes of Ireland. — Diarmait Ua Cuinn, 
chief of Muinnter-Angaile, was killed. — A battle was 

o£ Cath Mona-moire — Battle of 
Moixi'inor (big bog). 

* Translation, elc.—On Msjr 24, 
Tuesdaj' in Whitsun weeU, of this 
rear, during a general Chapter of the 
Order,'the body of St Dominick was 
transferred with imposing ceremonial 

to a more befitting receptacle in the 
church of St. Nicholaa, Bologna. 
(See Bzovius in Ann. Eccl.^ 1233, n. 
5 ; Quetif and Ecbard : Script. 
Ord, Prcd.f tab. chron. inter pp. 


ccMticclcc ulcroti. 

cufi T>o'n irnha|iafcal 7 7)0 ^«llaiB 6f\enn, 50|\*nia|\ba'D 
in THafia^^al* ann. — THael-lppti hUa ^^fim^aile» 
Pfiioifi Innp-mic-n-Cíiín, quieuic in Ch|iifco. — CCen|uf 
Tílac 5^lle phinnem, \\y pefi-íTlanac, vo ma|iba^ la 
hUa n-T)onfinailL — ^^lla'-na-naem, mac CCifiT; hUi 
bfiain, oificinnec Uofa-Comain, quieuic in [Chfiirco].' — 
Tílael-pecaifi* hlla Cafimaca[i]n, maijifcifi Ropa- 
Comain, quieuic in [Chfiifco].' — Bppuc hUa'^-piacpac, 
hUa^ TTlailpa^aTÍiaip,® quieuii: in' Chpipco.* 

A69d lc«^- 1^"- D^-' P» ^ ^^•'*] CCnno T)omini TT1.° cc^ xocx.** 
u.* Loclainn, mac Bcnsepn hUi Ceallai|, vo mafiba^ 
vo macaiC in ^^lla piabai^ hUi bai§ilL — 8lua§a* móp 
lef^in S^'ufcíf 7 la TTlac Uilliam 1 Connacra, ^up- 
aip^erup TTlaíniv^ip na buille^ co n-'oefina'Dup cfieac 
Cpen^ 7 'Docuai'5 lap fin ipn TTlumain, sup'^aB bpaigci 
hUi^ bpiain 7 cáini'c api[€i]f"[i] 1 Connacra 7 co Cala'B 
na-caip5i, 5iippá5[b]a'5 in cappacc^ vó 7 ^up cuip lucc 
coimeca innci 7 5i'5e'D* •Dopá5ba'5^ «píí^OrLO í 7 ''>o- 

(1p** ap in ]Calain"D pi uc T)omnaU hUa MeiU.**) 

Lbir.] K^^ ^^^' [iii.*p.,Lxx.,*]CCnnoT)omini TTl.**cc.*'xxx.*ui.* 
B 6ib ^í^^c 8li7;i'5 'DO 'Denam lepin ^^iupi^ip 7 le bfiian, | 
mac 'Coipp'Delbaig, ^up^aba'Dup mná im-oa bpoi'oi.* — 

*-calBt first ; cwas altered to 5 ! A. *0, A. '1710611-, B.— "om., 
B, C. KKom., B, C,D. 

A.D. 1236. iCpeici, B. M, A. »-05, A, * ^'bet (that i», Uie 
sigluin for ec with dot overhead, med frequentlj for ef)), B ; p'oecró, A. 
•-ga'D» A. — »^blank space, A, R •>*> t. m., t. h., A ; om., B. C. D. 

A.D. 1236. 1 btioi-De, B.— •■• blank space, A, B. 

1 234. 1 3/arecAa/.— Richard, Earl 
of rembroke. See the graphio 
account in Gilbert's Viceroi/Sj p. 93, 


^ Ua DomnaiU, — D. adds : vide- 

licet Donaldam magnum O'Donill, 
qui tunc 8ibi subiecit omnes in- 
habitantes illius patriae, ita ut 8Íbi 
et eius fílio post ipsum in omnibus 
parerent concorditer ut suae patrie 



fought between the MarechaP and the Foreigners of [1234] 
Ireland, so that the Marechal was killed therein. — Mael- 
Isu Ua Qormgaile, prior of Inis-mic-nErin, rested in 
Christ. — Oenghus Mac Gille-Fhinnein, king of Fir- 
Manach, was killed by Ua Doranaill.^ — Gilla-na-naem, son 
of Art Ua Brain, herenagh of Ros-Comain, rested in 
Christ. — Mael-Petaii* Ua Carmaca[ijn, Master [of the 
school] of Ros-Comain, rested in Christ. — The bishop of 
Ui-Fiachrach [Kilmacduagh], Ua Mailfhaghamhair, rested 
in Christ. 

Kalend8 of Jan. [on 2nd feria, 9th of the nioon,] a.d. [123ó] 

1235. Lochlainn, son of Echtigern Ua Ceallaigh; was 
kiUed by the sons of the Swarthy Gilla Ua Baighill. — A 
fijreat hosling by the Justiciary^ and by Mac WiUiam [de 
Burgh] into Connacht, so that they plundered the Mon- 
a8tery of the BuiU and effected the pillaging of Creit^ 
And he went after that into Munster, until he received 
the pledges of Ua Briain and he came again into 
Connacht, to the Ferry of the Rock, so that the Ilock was 
abandoned to him and he placed a party of guards 
therein. Notwithstanding, it was abandoned again and 
pulled down. 

(It ís in \lit , on] this year coraes [the death of ] Domnall 
Ua Neill.2) 

Kalend8 of Jan. [on 3rd feria, 20th of the moon,] a.d. [1236BÍ8,] 

1236. The pillaging of Sligech was done by the Jus- 
ticiary and by Brian, son of Toirrdhelbach [Ua Con* 

homines; qua conditione O'DoniU 
remisit illis omnes retroactas iuiurias 
et damna quaecunque, pro quorum 
satisfactione iUi suas terras et semet- 
ipsos eidem perpetuo tradiderunt. 

The original of this I bave becn 
unable to fínd. 

1235. * Justiciari/. — Mauríce, son 
of Gerald Fitz Gerald. 

^ Domnall Ua NeilU—'S.Q ÍB said 
in the text to have been killed in 
the preceding year. This note is 
intended to be a correction of that 


: ut 


^iLla-pacpaic" lllac Sitla-iion), coipec CeT)e[oi]l-C 
5111"«, inoiiciiui' erc." 

]Cal.lan. [u-'p-, L i.,"] CCnno "Ooimiii in.°cc.° xaxe-'l 
C)iec llenna-Tiuin -00 íenum ta pei'otinifo liUa 
tobaip' ocuf ■Domai^ba^ Coiicobup bui'oe, mac Txjijifi- 
■oetbail 7 'Ca-D^, mac Conmaic. Ocuf cáiiiig \n T^'Hf^r 
co TTepmonn-CaiLpnT)'' 7 'ootoi|'ce'5 in baiLe 7 uotoifcefi 
rempoLL Imtis-U-líflca-oa. — niui'Dm Ctuan«-ca[éa] x 
l^eiíLinn'D^ ap macaiB Ruai'fipi 7 ap ConCobuti, 
Co]iniuic. — ■Comúi' IiUa Rua-Da[i]n, efpiic tutgl 
t[uieuic in [Chtnfco].—- Gfpuc Coninaicne, n)on, hUa 
'Copinai'&, quieuic in [Chpirco]. — muipcGpcaf tTlac 
"Oiapmoca (mic'' Ruaigpi''), qmeuic m [CtipiiTo] (no,* « 
mapbaí)'-) . 

jCat. lan. [ui.' p., L. iii."] CCnno •Oomini 111-" cc' 

uni.° "Oonnca'fi uaicnec, mac CCe-Da, niic Huai'fipi, do 

mapba'5 150 tfha'fes, mac CCe'fea, mic CocaiL cpoiI5Tie[i]p5. 

— •Donncaf>, mac T^uapcain bUi eajpa, thj mapba'o Ti'a 

Afioa bpaicpiC — j SLuaga'b' inóp ■Docuanup gaiLL* 1 CenóL- 

'-'■ om.. C. D. 

' -buiii, A. ■ ■[flinti, A. ' pei-óLiiii, A. — »* blaikk apaM, 

B. t. b„ A; om., B, C, D. "n. t. h.. A; om, P. C, D. 

'8).uuÉ,B. '^oili, B.— "bluiV ípace, A. B. 

A.D. 1238. 

A.D. 1217. 

A. fl. '■''iU., 

A.D. 123S. 




any saint of Ihe naina wbo difll in 

ISar. ' Un fluadW... — O'Ruan, 
C ; O'Ruanj, D. Tbe infleated d 


* Ua Tumaiilh In Ihe Aanali o/ 

Tmí Ce (od an.). his Clirutinn aame 
ii givcn ai Gilla-IsD. Uaviitg ob- 
bun«d oonfirnation ol his appoiut- 
mint truin Ibo priiaaU (1330, oute 
1, npn), lie, accoTdin^ lo biahnp 

.Tucelin, coUocteil an aimed forc* aiid 
burned tbe epiecopal houses, tu- 
gelbcr with the furt, ar oloso (cM- 
tnim), ol Ardagb cbufoh ; UicrvbT- 
il«atmyiDg the stone (round f) loittr 
tbs catbcdral (ijaaDiIam eina 
rrim lapldeam). 

1 hen proceedlng ■gniuat tbD 
thop, irhu waa bein^ veatol fm 
lebration uf Ihu dlvine olBnH. 
OelaaiuB wonld preeainabl7 batg 
alain him and hia, hnd thcj Dot 
pruvided for thennelíea hf flight 
TbuB eipelled, JoceliD ptoocedeil 



chobair], 80 that they took away many women captive.^ — [1236] 
Gílla-Patraíc Mac Gillaroid, chief of Cenel-Oengusa, died. 

Xalends of Jan. [on 5th feria, Ist of the moon,] a.d. [1237] 

1237. The pillaging of Rinn-duin was done by Feidh- 
limidh Ua Conchobair and there were killed Conchobur 
the Tawny, son of Toirrdelbach and Tadhg, son of 
Cormac. And the Ju8liciary came to the Termon of [St.] 
Cailfhinn and the town was burned and the church of 
Imlech-Ua-Rochadha was burned. — The defeat of Cluain- 
Ca[tha] was inflicted by Feidhlimidh upoa the sons of 
Ruaidhri and on Conchobur,son of Cormac[Mac Diarmata]* 
— Thomas Ua Ruadhain,^ bishop of Luighni [Achonry], 
rested in Christ. — The bishop of Conmaicni [Ardagh], 
Ua Tormaidh,^ rested in Christ. — Muircertach (son of 
Ruaighri) Mac Diarmata, restod in Christ (or, was killed^). 

Xalends of Jan. [on 6th feria, 12th of the moon,] a.d. [1233] 

1238. Donnchadh of Uaithne,^ son of Aedh, son of 
Ruaidhri [Ua Conchobair], was killed by Tadhg, son of 
Aedh, son of Cathal Red-Hand*. — Donnchadh, son of 
Duarcan Ua Eaghra, was killed by his Idnsmen. — The 
Foreigners went upon a great hosting into Cenel-Eogain. 

to the Guría for redress. The 
jadges appoÍDted by Gregory IX. 
were the archbÍBhop of Dablin, the 
bishop of OsBorj and the príor of 
All SaÍDts, Dublin. (Theiner, ubi 
sup. p. 30-1.) 0'Torraey, it seems 
probable, died bcfore tbo proceed- 
ing^ were brought to a close, leav- 
ing Jooelin in andisputed posses- 

On a review of all the ciroum- 
stances, it seems impossible to 
acquit Donatus, archbishop of Ar- 
magh, of grave dereliction of dutj. A 
qnestion to be decided amicably 

by canonical process he thríce de- 
liberately submitted to the arbitra- 
ment of force. 

The total silence of the native 
Annals respecting a contest of suoh 
duration and violecce is remarkable. 

' Waa hilled. — This, according to 
the Annala of Loch 6V, is the true 

1238. 1 0/ Uaithne. — So caUed 
perhaps from having been fostered 
in Uaithne (Owney and Ownej- 
beg, 00. Limeríck ; O'DonOTaUf 
Baok of RightSf p. 46). 

2 lUd - Hand. — Scabidi, D. The 

29ií ocHMCcUc uUroh. 

11-eogain. — piaiébepcac*' TTlac CoíiTiail, apT)C0iv6c Cen- 
e[oi]L-pepa'5ai§, bapp 501^01^ 7 eínÍ55<'ei'6iul[BÍc]7 ap-o- 
roii'ec ■oaiio CLainni-ConsaiLe 7 O-CennFO'oa hi T^ip- 
TTlanac, a linapba'D ■00 "OonncaS TTlac CaciTiail, v'a 
bpaíaip pein, 1 meaBait" 

|Cal lan. [uii.* p-, L- xxiii/] (Xnno"Oomim TTl ." cc' oxcr.* 
11.° Cac Caipn-Sia'oaiL' cuc "OoninaLt TTlog Laclainn, 
■DU inaji'mapboD' "OomnaLL Camnaiji HéiLL 7 ITlas 
Tllaf^ai^na^muici CheniuiL-TTloeii'uiLe 7 fOcaifieaiLe^ 

■Dohacpt^at in* bLiatain peime i'in é (foon,' 'DonrinaLl 
TTlas lacLainn") 7 110505 api[ci]]{i] an pigi cerna a 
haicLt iní-Dj mtt'omu moip pn cuc. 

B6lc[bir.] lCal. lan. [i.* p, L iiii."] aniio •Oomini tn''cc."a:t* 
PelbLimi'D Ua^ Concobuíp vo ■5ul caipip co cec pig daxan 
7 clic onoip 7 pímia-6' mop Leip. — Copmac, mac Tximal- 
cai^, ■DO acpi5a'& ipn bLia^&ain pin.' — pepgat mac Coil- 
íonnacc (l'' TlaigiLlig''}, ■oo niapba'o la fílaetpuanai^ 
mac pepgait (7" La Concubup, niac Copmaic''). — 'Oonn- 
Éixh, mac TTluipcepcais, -00 saBait pi§i* na Caippsi, — 
^illa-na-naGtíi 'Dpea[i]n, oipcinnec CCpDa-capno, 
quieuic in'[Cbpipco']. 

(Xtominup" CCLbepicuf , ajictiiepipcopup CCpDmachanup, 
m CCngLia in CCpT)machaiium con]"ecpacup epc apchi- 

A.D. 1233. ''-''om., A ; perbHpB, ae it was tbe Isst Ítein, bj oreniglit. 
Qíven ia C, D. 

A.D. 1239. '-c8i-, A. > uii-ninptHiÁ, A. ' Cenel-, B, * an, It— 
"blínk Bpace, A, B. >-'■ itl.. t h.. A. ; om, B, C, D. 

A.D. 1210. 'O, A. 'nia"'""*' "- *n— '*". B. *iw, A. (^idW 

pprhapg tliuuí;hc tbe nieBiiiD^' waa lliat Donnthiulh loolí (captund) tíi 
ii«g, Ínstcml uf took [asaunied) líe hin^thip). — »blaDk ifiacc, A, K 
b-»iil..n.t,h., Aj om.. B, C, U. '-"om., B, C, D. " n. t. h., A 

tnuislator. by s Inpfia of rooinory, wbh probablj 

toak Ciibil C'd'TRcA lor Cuthal (Tsmhnacli), oo. Ee 
CfDtW(ry (Ucd-hand). *MBrf.—lSX d 

1339, ' 0/ rowHflcA. — O'NeUl nnmanuttiiT, S; 


— Flaíthbertach Mac Cathmail, arch-chlef of Cenel- [1238] 
Feradhaigh, crown of championship and generositjr of the 
Gaidhil and arch-chief, moreover, of Clann-Conghaile and 
Tli-Cennfhoda in Tir-Manach, was killcd by Donnchadh 
Mac Cathmail, by his own kinsman, in treacherv. 

Kalends of Jan. [on 7th feria, 23rd of the raoon,] a.d. [1239] 

1239. The battle of Carn-Siadhail was fought by Domnall 
Mag Lachlainn, wherein was killed Domnall O'NeiU of 
Tamnach,^ and Mag Mathgamna und thc nobility of all 
Cenel-Moen and a multitude more^ [were slain]; Aná ho 
(namely, Doranall Mag Lachlainn) had been dethroned 
the year before^ that and he assumed the same kingship 
again, on the morrow of that great defeat hc inflicted. 

Kalend8 of Jan. [on Ist feria, 4th of the moon,] a.d. [1240 Bíb.] 

1240. Feidhlimidh Ua Conchobuir went across to the house 
of the king of the Saxons and brought [back] great honour 
and respect with him. — Corraac, son of Tomaltach [Mac 
Diarmata], was dethroned in that year. — Ferghal, son of 
Ou-Connacht (O'Raighaillaigh), was killed by Mael- 
ruanaigh, son of Ferghal (and by Conchubur, son of 
Cormac [Mac Diarraata]). — Donnchadh, son of Muircer- 
tach [Mac Diarmata] took the kingship of the Rock. — 
GiUa-na-naemh Drea[i]n, berenagh of Ard-cama, rested 
in Christ. 

(The Lord Alberic [Albert], archbishop of Ard-Macba, 
waa consecrated in England^ into the archbishoprio of 

• The year before, — That Í8»by the 
force mentioned in the second entry 
of the preccding' year. 

1240. 1 Conseerated in England, — 
This can only sigfnifj that Albert 
(of Cologne) was in England when 
appointed primate. On Jan. 3. 

1241. Henr^r III. granted him 
letters of proiection in going to 
Ireland. (Z>. /., I. 2603.) 

He had been bishop of Bremen. 
Albertus, Livonionsis episcopus, 
obiit. Et BremensÍB ecclosia, iure 
Buo potita, Albertum, BremenBem 
pcholasticum, in episcopum elegit ; 
qui postea factuH cst Primas in 
Hibemia {Annal. Stadenses a.d. 
1228-9. Mon. Germ. Hist,— 
Seript. xvf'. SGO). Subseqnentlj he 
became a Dominican and was Pro- 


298 THMOcla: uIccdÍi. 

epircopacum. — 8(n)C, msfin 1 CIieiiineTn|, bon "Donn- 
íafia CaipppB Ui biiiain, "ohec. — CCe'6, mac SiLla-cpuíni 
1 Stieciiu 11115, [-00 nKt]iba'& La] ConíuISap, mac CCe^ 
mic CaruiL cpoib-oepj.'') 

]CaL. lan. [iii.'p., L. xu-*], CCnno TDomini fn." cc-' xt* 1.' 
*OomnalL mófi hlla' "OomnaiLl, pi riiipe-Connaill 7 
pep''-manac 7 Caipppi 7 CCipgioLL o ChLap anuai-,' a ég 
pe ha'bapc lap ni-bpeiÉ buai'Be o •Doman 7 o* -beifian 7 a 
oínacaL a niainircep era-puai-5. — Cac Caimeipgi cuc 
bpian WeiLL ^*" lTlueL-8eíLainn O "DomnailU pi 
Coniuil-ConoiLL, vo "OomnaLl^TTIas laíLoinn. vo pi§ 
'Cipe-tieosam.suii'manbut "OomnaLl Tílás Loclainn ann 
7 ■oeiciiebup' Ti'a ■oeiibpine \:tí\n íme 7 caipg Ceniuil- 
eObOin uile 7 -Daine niaiíi im-Da[i] aili vóp 7* pi§i TO 
j;abciiLT)0 Opian lleiLLT^'aeip.' 

(TTIupía'&' piaicbepcui'ó, ei'puc eanatt-'Dutnn. 7 
■Diapmaic, mac TTlasnu]Hi mic 'Coípp-oeLCais 7 ro&s. 
mac Tluaifipi 1 S'^tpa, in Ctipii>co quieuepunc hoc anna'j 

B, C,D, Tha worda in ■qnare bracfceta. being: ille^tileii 
Me Bupplicd from the ^nnati nf Laeh Ct (_ad an,). 

A.D. 1211, 'O. B. '-nenbu^ B.— •■•LUiikapace, A, D. »■> 
the MS., B blank »pacr=S lettera U hlt. Givea in B, C, D. • 01 
— Ig, wilh Tio, 7— or, durf — averhaad. t. h. (ligtiifTJDg that UmI-S 
was theallf, Dot opponent, of Bririn), S, "ow., A. '■' t 
B,C, D. 

referred to is Mnchúrv 
or the levet pnrt of tliB o 
Ijouth, irbich 

F. Sf. iii. Z02). 

» On Ihejiilloir.—Ttimi io 
íul de«th írom n 

vÍDdal in Engliuid nt ibe dnte ia 
tbe t«xt. (See the &ddilioiiBl 
entiiee reipeotÍDg liim nndcr l!i!, 

^Sadhb ! j4bU.— Giveti in Um 
Atnalio/lech Ct{adaB.). 

*Gilla-erom. — l'ie itvoprd gíUir. 

1211. í Damitall Hor.— D adda : 
flIÍnsTÍolentieO'DnniL Tho traria- 
Intorperbftps looll l'íMieltan, wliich 
wu tho tiama of hla tither, to 
íignify m'o/íní. 

'Tht PfaiB,— "Tiie plain here 

ANNALS of dtjtee. 


Ard-Macha. — Sadlib,^ daughter of O'Ceinnedigh, wií'e of 
Donnchadh Cairprodh TJa BrÍain, died. — Aedh,^ son of 
Gilla-crom* O'Shochnusaígh [waa killed by] Conchubhar, 
Bon of Aedh, son of Catbal Red-IIaud [Ua Conchobair].) 

Kalend.>< of Jan. [on 3rd feria, 15th of tbe moon,] a.d. 
1241. Domoall Mor' TJa DomnaiU, Iting of Tir-ConaiU 
and Fir-Manach and Cairpri and Airghialla from the 
Plain' downwarda, died on tho pillow,^ al'ter bringing 
victory from the world and from the demon and he was 
buried in the Monasterj'of Es-ruadh. — The battlcof Com- 
cirghí was given by llrian O'ífeili and Mael-Sechlainn 
O'Domnaíll, kÍDg of Cenel-Conaill, to Domnall Mag 
Lochlainn, [noniel^] to iho Iting of Tii'-Eogain, so that 
Domnall Mag Lochlainn was UiÍled theroin and ten of his 
own tribe around him and all the chiefs of Ocnel-Eogaiu 
and many olhor good persons liUewiae. And the kingBhip 
waa taken by Brian O'Neill after him. 

(Murchadh* O'Flailhbertaidb, bishop of Eanadh-duin, 
and Diarmait, son of Magnua, eon of Toirrdelbach [Ua 
Conchobair], Bnd Tadhg, son of Ruaidhri O'Gadhra, restfd 
in Chriat.) 

ooiutitatiouibuB da ooniiitio pro- 
Cflrnm eiaBdcm pro oojninuiii Daii 
iuter domiaas et BiibditiM teneDtGS 
fftctia et confinaatÍH !□ sua vitit 
egit, ut oominuiu homiii om CBCinia- 
tiooe nemo ex *iuii gL'nerationo a 
tempore OilonÍiltíacl'icjAi/ameTagh 
lim bene lextt it& ut 'iimilis 
CviCj/n aHlum iellora/n íd bellis ex- 
lirpuiiiÍB Bc Cormaco, filio eiaxdem, 
in equitate iuditiorum ao ArlAuro 
UifMÍr in BxtÍrp»Diiii et rojicÍBndÍs 
faraiiais et diguuB BOcÍns Brian 
Bamto ÍD bellioosÍB aaUbuB et tb- 
UgioDs ralincndn diotTolur. Cuiua 
I opocam fniotn re^nm 
i&|kllj* Vicit al rellftait raÍH 

poiterÍB. Cui HuccDsíit filíiut eiuí, 

Tbe original of Ihe foregoing I 
havo not found. Hia d«iitti ns b 
Qrej (Ciitetoian) monk ind Ihe 
cDinpBrisaiiB, with oiception of the 
fint, are given in tbe ÁnnaU n/ 
LorK Ce (W on.). Aed, Bon of 
Aiamire, ™ slain in 697(.8), .o/ira. 
Conn ot the hundred buttlcti, Art 
Aenfhir (the lanclv), hia Bon and 
Coimoc, Bon of Art [uot of 
in D], were IcÍDga of Ireland wbo 
lÍTed in the Becond century (A.D.). 
Brian Boniua vaa tlaia in Úie 
baltla of CloDtirf, 1014, suprn. 
* Marchadli, ífc— Tiie«e ihres 
' U 2 


]CaL laii. [nii." f., L. a^m."], CCnno TDoinini m.° 
n.° •Ooimíaíi Caipbiiec hlla bi>iain 7 a mac, Toijlf»- 
fielbaC' -00 éj; i n-aen blia'5aiii. — bpian IiUo^'OuISdo, 
AtOb ni hlla^-paqiaf jhUa'-TiCCitialsai'D I -0065 ipii blia-&ain 
cema. — Stuai^eí múp lei'in ;5"'l'^r 7 ^^ Vei'&Limifi 
hlla' ConcoBaip 1 'Cip-ConailL 1* n-'oen^aiS riiai-nj hUi 
ConCobaip. jiip'fabfac bpai^i* hUi* 'DomnailL'no'ii 
íup pin- — ^t^i-pshlla' ConcoGaip -005(1501116 Coin-Chon- 
nacc hlla' RosclLats rjie f iipuit |.'heiÍjLi(iii-5 in btioton 
cecna ■p6y. 

(CCtibeapa,'' mpTieppcop CCpTa-lTlaCff, T)0 -diiL a 9ax- 
anaiG- — Uso Tie taci, lapla Utaí, qiiieuii:,''). 

■jcat. lan. {?.* 5, L 7'), Cfnno ■Oomini ITl." cc. iL' 
m." Copmac, mac "Comalcais. -no sabaiL Le "Ca^ (mm^ 

A.D. \2*2. i-ieaU. A. 'O, A. 'a, A. * ■oe, A. ' 1, A.— ' 
•píW, A, B. ••' a. l, h . A ; om. D, C, D. 

A.D. ms. — "n. i. h., on Mnnlt Bpace left bj Ént ícrilie, A; om., 
B. '■"itl., D. t. h., A; om., B, C, D. 

an aaexp«eted remlt. In ■!«((» 
addretsed to thebÍnlinpBoí Anaii^- 
it-nrn iiBil Clonfert (dated Jmn. Ifl. 
1241), InDoocDt IV. appoint* 
jiidt^H in s complBÍnt miule bf 0» 
biihopof EfUaloe atrainrt Ibearct» 
biahop of Ciuhel. After lii* 
ATcratiiin, liicbard de Burgli, tti* 
JuBtÍuiu7, retained the regtlia, 
rBÍiuing to gire Ihrm np, MOfpt 
on piiyiiient of i 

WIiereQpon the bíahop ibrMloMt 
to excommunicalD IU17 one í»jnt 
the mnlrt. Veram qui> ImdMi, 
ipra penitns Igaoruire. ■ noblU rin, 
D. C&rbi«ab, dtnBÍDo 
LaoniensÍB diooesi^, oonlra Íb- 
hibitÍoDem huiiumodidiet* fiut p>r> 
■oluta pecnnift, 1 
prefKtfi regilia eidem epiaea|n 
rertitnts, idem &rcliiepi«0(7nl 



Xalends of Jan. [on 4th feria, 26th of t!ie moon,] a.u. [12*2] 
1243. Donncliadli' Cairbrcch Ua Briain and his soni 
Toirrdhelbach, died in the same vear. — Brian Uu Dubhda, 
kiníf of Ui-Fiachrach and Ui-Amhulguidh, died in the 
same year. — A great Losling by the Juaticiurj and by 
Feidblimidh Ua Conchobhair into Tir-Counaill, in pursuit 
of Tadhg Ua Conchobair, bo that- they received the 
hostages of Ua Domnaill cn that occaBÍon, — ^Tadhg Ua 
Conchobhair waa taken prisoner by Cu-Connacht Ua 
Raghallaigh, by dircction of Feidhlimidh, this year ulao. 

(Alberic [Albcrt], archbishop of Annagh, weut into 
Saxon-land.* — Hugh Dc Lacy,* Earl of Ulslcr, rested.) 

Ealends of Jan. (on 5th feria, 7th of the moon,) a.d. [1243] 
1243. Cormnc, son of Tomallach [Mac Diarinataj, waa 

i [episcopum] ei slU 
cauita Tancora cDaceplo, ipaum ex 
b(K refpereum labe avmoniica re- 
paUt el multiplici moleslationc per- 
turbut. (Theiuer, ubi iuj>., p. 43.) 

»So (io(, fíí,— In D; El licet 
molta daniDS intoieruiit palric, 
tanien defeconint ex deniderio, quia 
ThadeoBeÍBLrailÍtQanonfiiit. 8ed 
postea Connassioa O'Ilttjlií eundBm 
TbBdeum ad requieitum Fielnieí 
I Couor in TÍnculÍB detiuuit. 

TliB last BontcnGB is tho reodering 
of ihe textual IWAí; item. 

> We»í ÍiUo Sdíon-ianJ.-Tlio 
oljecl of tbis joume^ appeurB (rom s 
mandate of Hearj III. (St. Sever, 
H*7 6, 1243) to the juaticiu-)- of 
IreUud. A[lberl], archbiahop o( 
Amugb, hud lateljcameta the liiiig 
ÍD OascoD/, demuidÍDg, in righl of 
hia churcb, leatitulion of Dcogheda, 
Loulli and olher vills, aml of the 
roanor of Nobber (.co. Meath), tliii 
lait baviDg bdoDged to Uwifh de 

Lbcv, lale Earl of tJlstir. Fite 
Oeralcl wSB oommandeil to talce with 
him tho treaíurer of Ireland and tha 
Sencachiil of Meath and enquiru intu 
the archiepiacopBlrighls; whichtho 
king neitlior iriU, nor ought to, 
aubtractfram. (.D. I., l. 261S). 

* //113/1 de iaci/.— ErroneomIy 
g)veaiuiderneiityeacin tho Jnnoí» 
oj Loch Ce. Ilent/ UI. Wrole to 
Ihe juílÍLÍiirj of Ireiaad (Bordeans, 
Fcb. 8, 1243) that, by law aud 
cuHlam of Ireland, the kÍDg maj 
distraio widciwa by their lands to 
take husbauda o( the lúug'a cboioe, 
provided the widowB bo not dia- 
parsged. Fitz QoralJ ia com- 
manded that. if A[mclinaJ, 'widow 
of Hugh de Lacf, will not mairy 
Stephen Longeapee, aa tbe kinghad 
reijueslod her, he ahall distrBÍn her 
to do eo, ac.'OrdÍDg to Ihe custom of 
Ircland. (/*. /., I. 2600). Do 
Laay muit acoordiaglf bavedied in 
ihe preceding year. 


ccwMaLa uLcroti. 

CCe-Da, íTiic Cacail cíioib-Deips*) Concobai[i^ ic* íTlainip- 
T;ifi na buille 7 a bean, in^en TTle^ Capiiéai^, t)0 rabaipc 
vo Chom-Connacx RailiUai^, i-oon, macanx 'Coi'Bs 
pein. — "Ca^s ConcoCaiii do 'BallaD 7 vo fboca^ "00 
Coin-Connacc Ra§allai§ (rfie** putxail S^all ip 
^aoi'oeal^).— CCe* * TDhuiB-Difima, "oux na bpéDca, 
mofiuuuf efc.* 

(^illa-parpai^* hUa hCCnluain, |ii OifiHiall, vo 
nia|iba'D le fai^Deoifi Connacr;ac aypv clai'oeac. — 
fluaifii, mac CCe^a, mic Caíail c|ioil5T)ei|i5, th) ba&rB 
infin c-Smoinn, a^ CCc-lia^. — ConcuCap, mac CCe-Da, mic 
Ccrcail cfioib'Deiii^, t) ec'* — Slua^aT)* [la] f\i 8axan cum jíí 
[Pfianc] an bliaDain fi.*) 

[^r ] lCaL lan. (p.' 6, l. 18»), CCnno T)omini m." cc.** xL** iiii.* 
Concobufi, mac CCe'oa hUi Concobuifi, quieuit: in 
[Chfiipco]. — Ruai'D|ii, mac CCe^a, a T)efi[b]b|iarai[\, vo 
bacu'5 ipn c-SmainT). — T)onnca'5 hlia Concobaifx, eppcop 
Oil-pnn,^ m Chfiipro quieur. — Copmac, mac Tx)malTXii§, 
qtiieuir; m** Ch|iipTX).*' 

(Caiplen* T)homnai§-mai§ean t)o cufhvac t)0 clocoiB 
hoc anno.*) 

]Cal lan. (p.' 1, L 29'), ffnno T)omini m." cc* xL' u.* 
Casa-D moji eze\i pi 8axan 7 bpecam^ m blia'oam fi. 

A.D. 1243. 1 -buiTi, A. »15. A.— «-com., A; given in B, C, D. 
^-^ JL. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. ••* r. m., n. t. h. (the words in sqnare 
bracket8 are illeg^ble), A ; om., B, C, D. 

AJ). 1244. ^ OileptiT), A. — »■• n. t. h., on blank sptce, A ; om., B. 
»>-»> om., B, C. D. «^ n. t. h., A ; ohl, B, C, D. 

A.D. 1245. * bftea-, B — •^n. t. h., on blank space, A ; om., B. 

1243. ^ Z?y direetion, etc. — Inssu 
Bupradicti Feilmei, D. 

2 Died,—D adda: O'DoniU, Moel- 
seaghlin, cnm suo exercitu multa 
danma Tirione intulit et magnam 
predam exinde abduxit. The ori- 
ginal Í8 not known to me. 

< RiMÍdhH. — Thifl and the foUow. 
ing item are fonnd in the AnmaU of 
Loch Ce under thc ensuing jear. 
They seem misplaced here, being 
found in the text at 1 244. Or per- 
haps the interpoUtor conAÍdered this 
to be the true year. 



talcen prisoner by Tadhg (son of Aedh, son of Cathal Red- L1243] 
Hand) O'Conchobair, at the Monasterj of the Buill and 
his wife [Etaín], daughter of [Finghin Mor] Mag 
Carrthaigh, was glven to Cu-coijnacht O'Raighillaigh, 
[She was,] namely, the mother of Tadhg himself. — Tadhg 
O'Conchobair was blinded and emasculated by Cu-Con- 
nacht O'Raghallaigh by (direction^ of Foreigners and 
Gaidhil). — Aedh O'Duibhdirma, chief of the Bredach, 

(GiUa-Patraig Ua Anluain, king of Oirgialla, was killed 

by a Connacht archer — Ruai[dh]ri,* 

8on of Aedh, son of Cathal Red-Hand, was drowned in 
the Shannon at Ath-liag. — Conchubhar, son of Aedh, son 
of Cathal Red-Hand, died. — A hosting by the king of the 
Saxons against the king of the Franks this year.*) 

Kalends of Jan. (on 6th feria, 18th of the moon), a.d. [1244 Bis.] 

1244. Conchobur, son of Aedh Ua Conchubuir, rested^ 
in Christ. — Ruaidhri, son of Aedh, his brother, was 
drowned in the Shannon. — Donnchadh Ua Conchobair, 
bishop of Oilfinn, rested in Christ. — Cormac, son of 
Tomaltach [Mac Diarmata], rested in Christ. 

(The castle of Donmach-Mhaighean was covered [roofed] 
with stone this year.) 

Kalend8 of Jan. (on Ist feria, 29th of the moon,) a.d. [1245] 

1245. Great war^ between the king of the Saxons and 

* This year. — Given also in the 
Annah of Loch Ce and the Four 
Jfasters under 1243 ; but errone- 
ou8ly. Henry IIT. was in Forta- 
mouthon May 6, 1242 (Z>. i., I. 
2664) ; in Saintes, June 8 (t3., 
2666) ; in Bordeaux, Sept., 6, 1243 
{ib„ 2638), and in Weatminster, 
Oct 12 (t*., 2639). 

1244. ^Rested,—A (Ciatercian) 
monk in the abbey of Boyle, accord- 
ing to the Annals of Loch Ce {adan,) 

1246. * Great war, — Maxima 
gurrarum (sic) comotio inter regem 
Anglie et Brittones, unde Tocati 
fuerunt a rege Jasticiarius et Fiel- 
meus O'Conchuir in Anglíam et 
iverunt, D. 

^^^^^^^^^304^^^^^^amiSJc vlccDti. ^^^^^H 

^^^H 1ii ^itil'C'V ™ ^ul T:a\\viy 7 pei'olimi'o^ (i-Don,* a cab(^^^H 

^^H H15 8a,Tan''; irn» bLiaTiaiii 11° pór-'— Cairlen SligiS^^^^H 

^^H ■Detiani le Tllac Illuipir (TíliC genailc'') ii>in bba-Dam ^^^| 

^^^B (TTIuricu'o' lilla lidnluain 'o'elog 1ni]- loca-(n^^^| 

^^^1 ■Dpo^ai'D ctie nnribuilib pcrojims.'') ^^^| 

^^M \CaL 1an. (p.* 'l U 10*), CCnno TloTinni c<:.° xL° i^^H 

^^^1 THac CoiíiaiiLx'i niouiia -do |;abaiL e]'pocoiT>e ^h^^^H 

^^^B TTluipcTiail; 7 iiíri'Leise'b a bec -o'u annpfi -00 |ie i?olLai^^^H 

^^^T iiusu-D.— 'CaimsSmi-cir nuaíaiiiir 7íioIiariiaiEe'&*Tn<^^^B 

A eoc TTluipir. — 'Ooco5a-& | ronialcac hUa' ConíoBuin* i>ociim 1 

eiTJOcoi'De Oil-viiiu — CepbalL bui-oe "OuLai^ quieuic J 

in ChpiTXO. — niiJiica'D'' hCCnLuain, ]ií Oip]ice]i, no 1 

mafiba'D c]ie e]iaiL 0]»ain bUi lleiLL,'' ^^^^H 

'Ve'*'-í"i-A. 'SÍ-iEi*, B.— i'i'ÍtL.n. t. h., A; onu, B. 0, D. "'Mb^^^^H 

<'-'iU.,D. t. b.. Bi om., A; givoniiiB. ■' llie RUtU of Stigo wb> nw^^H 

tlii» year." 0. " n. t. h.. A ; om.. B, C, D. 

A.D. V2ÍG. ' líu tatiiwiíse*, B. ITie contwctlM 7 = ró U Un 

emplojed in A .ud B. ' 0, A. » -bn.p. B.-- 11. t. b., od bUiJi ■pwe. 

A i oiu., B. "'• om,, á -, giran ia B, C. D. ^^^H 

» TAí JuJÍiííofj.— On Jsn. 30, 

* Ftiia!imi.lh. — On HAidt ^^^H 

1315, Henr)- III. -«rote to Maurice 

1S4S, leltere ot enle oouduot te^^^^| 

FiU Ge7.dd th»l Dnvid, s^n oí 

jear were iísu«] far bim, In «M^^^^^| 

LleBrelljiL, lato prince of Korlh 

10 the kiug. On Oct. St. 1^^^^| 

W«los, brok8 tlie treatj of |K.íiue 

Ulters of piotecUou, daled fn^^^^H 

■with the ting. invoded tbe fcing's 

oouip at OHunuc (CamarveajsUd^^^H 

l&nd af WalM, ilcw hii Bubjeota, 

wengtanted tu bim nnUl thei^^^^H 

uid tried to wduoe the WcUb 

BrriVBl in In-Uud [D. 1., L HP^^^^ 


kÍDBpnijBthe juiititisry, maitniitee 

*m^.jear.~Diái»-. EodemqH 1 

■ndauhjvota of Irelaad (which fae 

aUDo. MoeUeaghten O'DonÍli, ttclo 1 

wisheB tu ■Lare in liiB conqueit) to 

magno aieniitu, invaait Angliw at J 

JDÍn him iu rereoginganeh treacherj. 

FitiOeraldisoonmiauded, amougit 

quibun multBji vaccos aliaqtu i«^^^^H 

other matHTB, to eertifj what pro- 

mcra bona nsporlanuit. J^^^^l 

vitíou imd fone he utn despatch to 

This ie i^reii in Uui A»- ita^^^H 

the ling'í aid nud toouufer witli 

uixlor the preaent jear. ^^^^^H 

the ma^tea thereupou (_D. I., I. 

^AlHtchadA.—See tbe Iwt [«^^^^1 


É. _ 

nal) eaWj oí the foUoiriBff ''"^^^^1 



the Britons tbis vcar. The Justiciarj* acd Feidhlimidh* [1246] 
[TJa Conchobair] went acrosa (that ia, iii aid of the king 
of the Saxons} in this year* also. — ^The castle of Sligech 
was buílt bj- í'Ítz Maurice (Fitz Gcruld) in tbis j'ear. 

(Murchudh^ Ua hAnluain eBcapcd from the Island of 
Loch-an-Drochaid/ through iniracles of [St.] Putriclt.) 

Ealends of Jan. on 2nd feria, lOth of the mooti, a.ij. 
l'iiG. The son of the successor of [St.] Mochua^ took 
[possession of] the bishopric of Sil-Muiredhaigh [Elphin] 
aiid not [cTen] a little of hia timo was Icft him to govern 
[it]. — ^A new Jusliciar v^ came ocross and Fitz Maurice was 
deposcd.^ — Tomaltaeh Ua Conchobair was raised* to the 
bishopric of Oil-finn [Elphin].— Cerhall O'Dalaígh the 
Tellow rested ia Christ. — Murchadh O'hAnluain, kÍQg of 
the Oirrthir, was killed by directíon of Brian Ua Neiil. 


• Loeh-an Drochaid Lalie of Uia 

Bridge. See 1053, uote 10, supra. 

1216. 'Sucetssoro/ÍSl.\3rochua. 
— Thttt ÍB, abbot ol Balla, co. MajO. 
His namo wsb Juhn O'hUgliroin. 
On tbe death of DoiiDGhaiUi in 
12t4, liipra, John, the archdeBCon 
maá Tboina.« O'Cuinn, sbhot of 
BoBCummon, were elected bf tbe 
dignitiiriea snd the junior cai 
reiptfctiveiv. Doth ajipealol liv 
pm';uralÍon to Innouent IV., 
wns then Ítt Lyana. In a Lctter 
«ddresscil to tho arobbisbop o* 
TiMtti, daled July 3 (1216|, 
Pope decided iu favOQi o( John and 
gaie a diapeneation in tbe defect 
BTÍnn^ from hÍA havíng; been di: 
tolulo ijeinlat et toUta. See Aunah 
ofLoch Ct, 12Í4-Ó; to be eopple- 
nuat«d aad correuted by the l'upai 
text in Tbeiner {nbi tup., p. H). 

'■ Xew /u«licÍory,— John Fiti 
GeoHre)-. See Gilbert'B Vtteroi/i, 
p. 102. 

' Depoied. — Litcrallf, anhingai. 
" Draamc," C ; D renders ; Bieculuj 
fuit per regis mÍBÍttioa. — vhiub is 
not alane iucorreet in the reuderÍDg, 
but a grosa bietorical error. Id tbis 
(D) TranBlation hie dcsth ia rightl/ 
givoD under 12ú7. 

* IFiii raiud.—On Aup. 2fi, 1246, 
tbe roya,l niuient to ht* eleotion waa 
notified to tbe arohbisbop of Tuain 
(although, it waa added, the dean 
iiid chnpter msde tbe aelection 
vrithout (irst obtaiuing tbe kÍDg't 
license). (B. 7., I. 2841.) 

Be waa couBeurated, according' to 
tho jli.iial» ofLoch Ce, on the Suu- 
daf before Septuageaima (Jan. 20) 
of the foItoBÍng jear. 

ICal. lan. (]:.* 3, l. 21*). ttniio "Oomini m." cc.° 3 
1111.° TTlael-Seclain'D lilla ■OoinrniU, p! T^ipe-Cotiaifl 
7 m ?;iLLa minneLac hlla' OuisiLL 7 tTlac Somaiplig 1 
maiiba'fi le TTlac ITliiifiif i* m-OeL-aca-Tenai§ 7 iwjgaV 
pac CeneL-ConaiLL pe i"eccmain comLain in c-a£, nap.'- 
leigrec gnLL na 5fl''&6L caipij- í)iC, no suiumip CoTiniatí 
hUa' Concobaip cealg pa íeipeíi : i-Don,-DocuaifíCopmai 
TTiapci'lua^, ap par' in mui§i i'iap 7 -ooinTico lap pm 4 
|:uc in muifti cecna, puaj' co bop-o in moiiici5 7 7>o£u(OI 
laim pip paip co painic CCc-cuiL-uaine ap in eipi 
Ocup níp'aipisi'ec CeneL-Conaill, co pacatiup in 1 
vLuag mop Cuca tjo'ii caiC* -o'a pabaiDup -oo'n abaifO 
Ocui' map* TW* bi CeneL-ConaiLL 7 a n-aipe ap a ma^ 
pluaj leic ■o'a cul, TioLeigrec' na ^oiLL 'pc"* <^t ' 
capLa CeneL-ConaiLL 7 in "S^X-la muineLac bUa* Oaisill! 
TTlac SoiíiuipLis" pe ITlac niuipip i' m-beL-afn-penoi^, 
cop'coicpec' onn.' — CaipLen ITIic 5oip-De[i]LB t>o le|a6 
Le macaiB CCe'ba bUi ConcoSaip. — Casa-o móp ■oo T>enam 
■po T^ipp-DeLbac (mac'' CCe'oa IiUi Clioiicutíaip^) 7 "oo 1 
macaiC pi§ (pC ^'^LlaiB in bLiafiam pi'") 7 bailí 
]m'oa[i] T>o Lorca-fi 7 ^o'l-l- iiníia[i] 130 ma]\baí 1 

A.D. 1!Í8,— '•= n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D, 1247. 'O.A. 'a.A. 'pic, B. 'caeiB. B. "mo 
pcaled by mutilte, A. 'gup,' LpiHjvtup (jff tluil, btts.), B. "i[Tu, i 
• SmnuniLíiiÉ, B. — •-• n. i. h., on blanh (piicT, A ; om., B. '' oin.. JL 
** E«ri*m(iiibrr6 Ui|- lac— ín Ihal Ihts lorrt kilíed ig hiia, B ; foUowcd 
by C '■' itl., n. t. h., A ; om., B, U, D, 

'[álhtrí]. ttc. — PoslcB, idein 
AlbertUB, scilioet anno 1246, Papa 
iQnocentio IV,, apud Lug'dunum, 
civiUtera Galliae, tuno morBnle, 
lcgitns ia Prucittm et LivJniam est 
Et Bequrati aiino. 

defuncto lohsnne epiioopo, miilia. 
tiam obtinuit ia sede LabÍoenM d 
demum íoatQS u^iepiteo}»!* 
Higoii«>8 (.4nn. Slad., uHi' iv- !>• 
HJsdepanuTe Uwfc plwe «adrÍB 



(AÍbcrÍc [Albert]* the Geman, archbiahop of Ard- 112«] 
Macha, proceedcd to Hungarj [Prussia]. — The bishop of 
Rath-Luraigb was chosen'' to the archbisbopric of Ard- 

Ealonds of Jan. (on 3rd feria, 21at of thc moon,) a.d. 
1247. Mael-Sechlainn Ua DomnaiU, king of Tir-Conaill, 
and the [Wrj-lnecltcdi Gilla TJa Baifjhill and Mao 
Somairligh were killed by Fitz Maurice in Bel-Atha- 
Senaigh. And thc Cencl-Conaill held the Ford for an 
entire week, so that they allowed neither Forcignor nor 
Gaidbel acrosa, until Cormac Ua Conchobair plnj-ed a 
ruse in the end. That is, Cormac went with thc horsc- 
host throughout tiic lengtb of the plain westwurdB and he 
turned after that upwards, throughout tbe length of the 
same plain, to thc edge of ihe morass and went close 
thereby castwards, until he reached the Ford of Uuil- 
Uaine on the Erne. And tbe Cenell-Conaill noticed not 
until they saw the great horae-bost [adTancing] to tbem, 
on the side of the river on which they were. And wbilst 
the Cenel-Conaill had their attention upon the horse-hoBt 
on tbeír rear side, the Foreigners plunged inlo tbe Ford, 
so tbat the Cenel-Couaill and the [Wry-]necked GiUa 
Ua Baighill and Mac Somairligh met Fitz Maurice Ín 
Bel-Afbtt-Senaigh [and] fell tbere.— Tfae castle of 
Mac Goiadalbh was puUed down by the sons of Aedh Ua 
Conchobair. — Great war waa raade by Toirrdelhach {son 
of Aedh Ua ConchubhaÍr) and by thc sons of the kinga [of 
Connacht] (against the Foreigners this year) and many 
towna were hurned and mauy FDrcIgnerB sloin liy them. — 


the preaont jenr. On March 3, it 
bavÍD^ been intimated to tho Hng 
thaCArmngh waiiTBCBDtbyreHÍ;^a- 
tion, iho JD9tioittry, Fitz Oeoffrey. 
wucotDmBDiledto tabepoBwaition of 
■nd keep antil further orders bU the 

archiepincopal land aaá. cbattelB, 
(O. /., I. 2812.) 

' WíH eiam. — Sqs tiote on 
Ralghned iinder next jear. 

1247. ' Wry.nKkíd.~CMo Tor- 


I ve 

Eauhmarcacli TJa Cathn[Í]n, king of CÍaanaciita and of [1247] 
Fir-na-crBÍbhe, was lciUed by Maghnus Ua Catha[i]n, on 
his going upon u foray to tbc latter, to Airthor-muighi 
in Dal-riatai. — RuaigbrÍ Ua CaQanna[i]n tnok the lcing- 
sbip of Tir-Conaill.— Aedh ITac Conchailleadb, abbot of 
CIuain-Eois, rested. — Raíghaed^ waa inBtitutod into tho 
arehbishopric of Ard-Macha in Eome. — Murchadh Ua 
hAnluain, lcing of tho OÍrrtbir, was Itilled this jear, 

Ealenda of Jan. on [4th] feria, 2nd of tho moon, a.d. [12I8Bíí 
lUS. Ruaidbri Ua Cananna[i] waa killed by aeoffrev, 
son of Domnall Mor Ua Domnaill and maiiv otbcr persona 
[were fcilled] along with him and Geoffroy (ook ihe king- 
sbip o£ TÍr-Conaill after him. — Ilaighnedh, archbishop of 
Ard-Matba, came frora Rorae with the I'ullium and Mass 
eaid by bim in it, on the foast of [SS,] Pctor and 
'anl [Monday. June 29], in Ard-Muchfi. 

(A) (B) 

The Ju8ticiary of Ireland Aho8lingbylliBFor6ign- 

went [witb] a host to Cni!- ers of Ireland to Cuil- 

W'itli rt'Bpect lo ibe bÍEflioprit: ot 
Rnlhlurftigh (Bntlilurensif), Tnln- 
nMa informatioa is contained in 
anotlier Letter of the samB Popc, 
dBtfd Lj0D>i, Ms7 31 (1217), trani- 
ferting tl.e See thpcefroro w Derrv. 
From the time of ihe delimilntion 
of iha diocpseB, the See was in 
T>8rTy. Sed poBtmodain bonae 
memoríae Ooophtj-g [TJa Cob- 
thaiítli], preilcropisor einsdom {i.f>., 
nl the biíhop who poHtulBled lo 
h«Te tho Sea moeed back to Derrj-) 
Melein ipiam nd villam RatUarcn- 
Bem, de qua idem predecea'^or 
Originera diixeT>t, illectQS natalii 
soli dulcudioe, a Scde Aposlolica 
non petita lieentia Dea obtunta, 
lianatnlit rootu proprie voluntatií. 

The Ua Cobbthaigh (O'Coffej) 
here mentioned waa, no doubt, the 
iiishop o( that name »ho dieil in 
1173, iHpra. The foregoing ÍH 
ítrong conBrmatorj «Tidenoe that 
tbe BIsliop-í Chair ofTered to tho 
Abbot Ua Broltliain in llSSmoant 
tho dignity of mitred «bbot. It 
Heema incredible that itn abbnt- 
biiihnp of DeiTy «hfiuld remove the 
See Fromthere tu Maghern (Bath- 

1248. 'On//.— '"niísewerBcod, 
OT Hmall boats, which were rarried 
bj land on tha ahoulders o( mcn, to 
ho launcbedon lakes for plundcring 
ÍHlanda" (O'DonOTan, F. ií., iii. 

ocHHccia: «LcroTi. 

7 caii>len 7 T>jioiceaT) tío naDup ■opocac tiu banna^ 
^eíium '&oiB ag "Opuim- caiTceL •Ojioma-caipjifig 7"" 
faipi'iC afrqieba'& in Ti]wma." 

loTisa'' T>o caBaipc la bjiian hUa HeiLl, la haifi'opig 
T^uaii-cipc epenn, -09 Lot-peaCail 1 THas-Tilca, cap 
Tr6pmonn-"Dat)eo[i]c, illopcc, co paimc toc-n-eipne, co 
n-Tiepiia cpeiC n-DÍapifníi 7 sup'bpip caifceL ann.* 

lCaL- lan. (p.'6, 1 13'), OCnno "Oomini m.''cc.°if id 
"Oa bLia'&ain "060 7 pecc cer bLia'oan Tiocuai'5 Colum^ 
ciUe co lil 5up an bLia-5ain pi.'' — TTlac IiCCnpi | t» 
mapbo'D la hfl!e'5 hlla Concobaip, iwn, CCe'o, mac 
peiéLimi^' 7 "Oaibic "Dpi'u 7 ^oiLmaici eiLe maiLLe^piu. 
— Tílai5m CCéa-na-pig ap 'Choipp'oeLbac Iilla" Con- 
cobuip'' 'o'ap'mapba^ CCe5, moc CCeia, ann 7 bpian m 
"Ooipe 7 mopan 'do maiciC Connacc. — 8Luaií;e'D móp 
Letpin S'upcip 7 Lg Tllac TTluipip (1° ConnaccuiC'''), cop'- 
innopbpac* pei-&Limi'b ai'in cip 7 poFaspac roippDeLbaí,* 
moc CCe'feo, 1 n-a ina5. 

(UiaLL" hLIa Canana[i]n tm ^atiaiL pije'Chipe-ConailL 
an bLia'oan pi. — 'Copa'5 im5a ap cpaniiaiC an bLia'5aiQ 


A. D. 1248. ■'-' om., A j gÍTMi in B. C, D. 

A.D. 1219. '.Imiié.B. 'mailU (spliaereai» of li A. »-preail,K 

'"Caipii-, A.— "n. t. h. on Uank »pb™, A; om., B. (llier Mgnitjth* 
ssme down to 1254, incluaive.) '^'' om. , A ; gÍTin in B, C, D. "il 
t. h., A ; om.. B, C ; given in D. '■' n. t. b., A ; om., B. C. D. 

1219. ■ Ticrlia j/'<iri aná itertt 
hutuhed gtari.—'íha U n mileria' 
error. In A.n. m. St. Ooluniba 
vaí in liia aeTenteenth fenr. He 
puacd Dvcr to lona whra he wM 
ÍOTly two yoBr« old. Porbapí^ 
bowcTer, at tbe editot oi ilie Amah 
a/ Z.aeh Ct aoggeBtd {<ul ■*.), the 

meaniug ia 12 jvan 
700. (Thnt ia, f or oCTi*~Hi 
torettdo — Irom.) Thia wonld fai 
the reckDning within a jeitr of t. 
661, tha trae dtle, ( 
iwl»™, VoL m. pp. SI-8.) 

' Tiím. — Nsmely, with tho ■ 
of Hnirjr Focr and wttli Dtew. 



rathain and a castle and ratbain, 60 that they built 
bridge were built by them the bridge of the Bann and 
at Druim-tairsech. thecastleof Druim-tairrsech 

and the mansion oí Druim- 


Craft^ were carried by Brían TJa NeiU, [namely] by the 
arch-king of the North of Ireland, from Loch-FeabhaiU 
into Magh-Ttha, past the Termon of [St.] Dabeoc, into 
Lorc, until he reached Loch-Eirne, so that he took away 
countless spoil and broke down a castle there. 


Kalends of Jan. (on 6th feria, 13th of the moon), a.d. 

1249. Twelve years and seven hundred years^ [have 

elapsed] since [St.] Colum-cille went to I[ona] to this 

year. — [Piers] son of Henry [Poer], was slain by Aedh 

XJa Conchobair, namely, Aedh, son of Aedh, son of Feidh- 

limidh and David Drew and other Foreign nobles [were 

slain] along with them.^ — The defeat of Ath-na-righ [was 

inflicted] on Toirrdelbach Ua Conchobuir, whereby Aedb, 

son of Aedh, was killed therein and Brian of the Doire 

and a great many of the nobles of Connacht [were 

killed]. — ^A great hosting by the Ju8ticiary and by Fitz 

Maurice (iuto Connacht), until they expelled Feidhlimidh 

out of the country and lef t Toirrdelbach, son of Aedh, in 
his stead.^ 

(Niall Ua Cananna[i]n took the kingship of Tir-Conaill 
thifl year. — Qreat crop on trees this year.) 


' In his ttead. — D adds : Deinde 
O'Donill Goffredas inoasit Gona- 
.eiam inferioiem onm magnoexer- 
«te ft dsiiMtaiiit totam patriam a 
.Hppl^ GoftliMm naqiM ad flomen 


patríe preda et oaptiui» ao obsidibns 
nulla habita resistentia in illa ex- 

ThÍB is g^ven in the Four Maatera 
nnder the present year. 


aMHalcc utcrDli. 

]cal. lan. (v-.* 7, l- 24*.), (Cnno "Oommi tn.° cc^ 
TTIuel-TniTiiie hlla' lai;7;na[i]n, afi-Devpuc 'Cm'ma, 1 
OlijiivT^o qiiieuic-— 'Camic l?ei-&liiii[ií] iTin ciri 7 Doceii: 
Coipiiíelbac tieime^ n 11-ucr ;^nlL— 'Coniaf ITlealUii'b,* 
erpiic eanais-'Dii"i' "i' Ctipii-co quieuic" — Oeon'D' i 
ptiiLL moip T)haiiie Coltnm-ciUe tiií finam, \-a eyc, | 
l-oiil- pebpua(in. — SeipUn, insen TTItc laíLairn. l\»H 
T:uni|K;e[i]iic Cpenn, mopcua, e]T.° 

(iTluiiii]-'' ITIac SeapaiLc 7 Coral hlla TlaisilU 
eacai-6 TTlhas TTlarjaiTina Tto'DuL,fLua|,a'Cip-ChonM 
7 ÍlmLL lilla Cannnnan -DO íTiapba^ Leo, inon, pl "^m 

jCat lun. COominica' L5') anno ■Dommi TTl/ 
ploiitmc mac pLainTi,' -00 cosaí'o] cu:n apTjQi?puc( 
■Cuama 7'' poba ■omsiíiaLa cmce he ap meD €^"4 
■oliSi-D.*— CCiTOsaL' hlJít [ph^Laicbepcaig, pnwnina CCtfl 
caÍnneL5aipci'& 7 eini» Chuoii'ce^ijp.c epenn. moprt^ 
epc — 5iLla-Cpirc liUa bpeiTLen, coipeC pancíi]c 5 
bpacaip '00 mapba-6 La CeaLLao m-baLB litla Tn-Ooi 
— "Ootic«-ÍS ITlac Cocriiail, coii-ec Chenf[oi]L-| 
■Do mapba'S Ti'CCipainLLaiP.' 

(UaisneTi,'' atpT>epi'cop CCpTia-Tnaca, T)o -duL cfini'l 
A.D. 1250. ■ 0, A. 'iujtTTie, A. ^meoU. (with giga oí coatn 
Bttaohcd to the &i(il l). Overliead ÍB placpil T>, n. t. h., in A, la >I 
thnt ths ondiiig is— ará. — '''' oin., B. '"□in., A; gítBH in B, ( 

A.D. Ubl. IpUnnuA. '(iipTi 

-, B. wom^B(followadbyq 

" om.. A : giCCTi ín B, C, D. J ■! n 

t. h., A; ou,., B. C. 1). 

12f,0. 'J/«ei-i/»;r».-Hi», 

waa críiiled lo thilf pToCtcn', 

MecoTÍittgunUe A. L. C. lAmaUo/ 

m. 1230 (iJ. /„ r. a028-M). 

Lorh Ce\, look plBco " ■ verf «hort 

< ffiI«ilUldh.-1h>, elMtíq 

tima bi'rore ChríHtmBs," 1210, 

CoD».r<lli (C<:.ncl>obu F), biC 

Tfciíi Ís conarmed hf the letler of 

o.!i.«r, wss cnfinned bj Um 

llie Dean knd Cbspífr ot Tuant, 

IV„ Joo. I£. 1231 (TbidoMi 1 

Hboiit thí end of Dec., 1249, pr«y- 

The »ytl uwnt w« ^tw {tl 

ing the lcing'B lioenae lo elent in 

the dectioD it>ok idBcM iri 

Uctnce) on M»; 8 <M /., L 31 



Xalends of Jan. (on 7th feria, 24tli of the moon, a.d. [1250] 

1250. Mael-Muire^ Ua Lachtna[i]n, archbishop of Tuaim, 
rested in Christ. — Feidhlimidh [TJa Conchobhair] came 
into the countrj and Toirrdhelbach fled before him, into 
the midst of the Foreignera — Thomas O'Meallaidh,^ 
bishop of Eanach-duin, rested in Christ. — The pinnacle of 
the great church of Daire of [St.] Colum-ciUe fell, namely, 
on the 6th of tho Ides [8th] of February. — Cecilv, 
daughter of Mac Lochlainn, that ie, queen of the North 
of Ireland, died. 

(Maurice* Fitz Gerald and Cathal Ua RaighiUaigh and 
Eachaidh Mag Mathghamna went [with] a host into Tir- 
ConaiU and Niall Ua Canannan, namelv, king of Tir- 
Conaill, was killed by them.) 

Xalends of Jan. (on Sunday, 5th of the moon,) a.d. [1251] 

1251. Florence Mac Flainn was elected^ to the arch- 
bishopric of Tuaim, and he was fit therefor by the extent of 
[his] wisdom and legal lore. — Ardghal Ua [FJlaithbertaigh 
royal heir of Ailech, candle of the championship and 
hospitality of the North of Ireland, died. — GiUa-Cr.'st Ua 
Breslen, chief of Fanat and his kinsman were killed by 
Ceallach Ua BaighiU the Dumb. — Donnchadh Mac 
Cathmhail, chief^ of Cenel-Feradhaigh, was killed by 
the Airghialla. 

(Raighnedh,' archbishop of Ard-Macha, went to Rome. 

* Maurice. — Giren at greater 
length in the A. L. C. {ad an.) 
1251. ^ Hlected.-'Thia is a rear 

• • • 

too laté. Shortlx before Maj 27, 
1260, the Dean and Chapter of 
Tuam wrote to the king that, hav- 
ing obtained licence, thej nnani- 
mooBlj elected Florence, chancellor 
of their chnrch and Bub-deacon of 
the Pope. The royal asaeni ^was 

given on May 27 {D. /., I. 3044-5). 
'llie cousecration took place iii 
Tuam on the Christmas dav of 
the same year {A. L. C, a.d. 

^ CA^V/.— SubreguluB, D. 

^ Ravghnetlf «<c.— Theee items, 
with exception of the last, are also 
given in the Four Masters under 
thÍB jear. 





Uoina- — Imap Tllctsina'oaRan, caifec Cloinne-Uuafliia?, 
vo mayhaj>. — "Da mac Uiiai^pi liUi lleiU t>o ma}\hatt os 
Cilt-iiióip hUa-tlÍalLain. — Tlofiiiíiaí Ttlnc CaíiIiaiL -oo 
mnjibafi. — Cairlen "Oinn-iJutLe tio íenHiíi/ 

l'íi]-.] Ical, lati. (p.' 2, U Ifl') CCnno ■DoTnini TTI.' cc* L* ii." 
SaiíitwTD'' ce tfin blm'oain fi. — Caiplen CaiL-iiiv«i tm 
•penaili LelTlacmiiipir. Catflen Tíl iiip-coTía ■no ^enaiTi 
Leif Cn)on,' Le ^^appolc') por. — Tnael.-Tll[o]ae6oic hll« 
beoUa[i]n, comapba CoLuim-ciUe i' n-"Onuiin-cLinr>, in' 

B B2o -c-am comapba pobo mó conao 7 pobo' oipp-oepcu | einpí 
7 pobo mó cCTDui' j' onoip" poboi pe [a] Linn pein 1 
n-&pinn o 75*'LLaiC7 oJbafDelaiti,* in Chpipco qtiteiiic. 
— CCeS* TTlac CaciíiaiL mopciitif ejr- — Concobup TTlac 
CacitiaeiL pisfoirec CeniuiL-pepa'Dais 7 cuorc n-im'5a 
apíena, cuip eínis 7 eSnoma 'CiiaiTcii[ijpc epenn, Tep 
Vica ConaiLl ip Cogain ip CCipísiaU, a líiapba* uo p 
bpiatn hlH NeiLt 7 pé 1 copnum a comaipce ppiu ; 
Vetn ap i>lanacup hlli 5a'Lmne-Dai5 7 liUi Caía[i^ 
Concobup hUa 'Oocapcais, catfec (ttpDi-mí-oaip f» 
hea'6, mopcuiir epc.' 

{lupCTp' na heipenn t>o ceacc, i'tuaS mop, f;o hCCpii- 
TTlaca 7 ofpn 1 n-Ou-Cacac 7 apeii; np a n-atp 51) 
Ctiiatn-pacna 7 bpian hlla tJeitt-o'a n-oi§p6ip aiinpin 
7 TM> cabaipc a ■beapBpacap pein, fDon, Tluaispi hU 
HeitLjTHJ Cpat^T> ■doiC') 

A.D. 1252, 'a, B. ' an, B. »po1i (o nm.), A, •^ttasi— , J 
>■ ThU itcm U «econd in A. B. C. But al*a (fof) shewi ÍLt tk« s 
rntríe» follawed enoh otlier imniediatelj. **t, m., t>. t, b., A ; 
C;gÍFonÍQB. ''■*oiii.,B. "0111.. Ai gÍTeo in B, C, Dk « 
A ; om., B. C, D. 

•J/oi- Crií*>ii*orY.— Th» per«on 
meiiticnvd in the Iwt origiiial íntrj 
oi the preseat jait. 

1252. ' Piaee-nuJitr, ííc,— The 
meuing i* ■oonralelj ex[>reaKd io 

D : pscis et conoordioe pi 

EogBiienHaia et f iiiij iillht ] 



— Imlior Mag Mhadaglian, chiet of Clann-Ruadhracli, [I2si] 
was Itilled.— Tbíj two aons of Euaig'bri Ua Xeill were 
killed at Cell-mor of Ui-NianaÍn. — Donncba'ih Maa 
Cathmhail* was lcillod. — The castlo of Dun-chuile was 

Kalends of Jan. (on 2nd fcria, Itíth of tho moon,) a.d. [i352Bis. 
1252. A hot sumraorin this year. — Thecastle of Narrow- 
Water waa huilt by Fitz Maurice. The caslle of Magh- 
Cobha was built by him (namolv, [Fitz] Gerald) also. — 
MaeI-M[o]edoic TJa Beollfl[i]n, auccessor of [St.] Colum- 
cille in Druim-cliabh, the superior of greatest Bubalance 
and of most distinguished hospitality and of greateBt. 
csteem and honour by Foreigners and hy Gaidhil [of 
any] tbnt was during his tiwn time in Ireland, rested 
in ChrÍBt. — Acdh Jlac Cathmbail died.— Conchohur 
Mac Cathmhail, royal cliief of Cenel-Fcradbaigíi and of 
jiiany territorica hesides, tower of hospitality and valour of 
the North of Ireland, peace-maker^ of [Cenel-]ConailI and 
[Cenel-]Eogain and the Airghialla, wasliilled bytherouts 
of Brian TJa Neill, whilst he was defending his protection' 
against them and he hiraaelf [was] under tbe safeguard of 
Ua Gailmredhaigh and of Ua Catba[i]n. — Concbobur Ua 
Docharfaigh, chief of Ard-midhair for a time, died. 

(The Juaticiary' of Ireland canic [with] a great host to 
Ard-Macha and theref rom into UÍ-Eathach and frora here 
backwards to Cluain-Í'iacna. And Brian Ua NeiU gava 
full submÍBSion to him then anddelivered hiaown brotber, 
that is, Euaighri Ua Neill, as a boalage to them.) 

^ Pi'oUeíiott. — Signifjing, bj 
nietonyinj, tbme nbam be had 
nndertalifa to protert. In defen- 
bIdds Bui pBtTocÍDÍi, ipflo etiam 
aiuUnle mti pttrocinia et mIvo 

coDcluFlo I Ourumlpa et I Caliui, 


» TAe Jusliclar;/. — John Fití 
Geoffror. "^^^ enlry ig gi»Pn in 
Ihe Four Master» Bt thÍBrear. 

316 miuocla ulcroti. 

lCaU lan. (p.' 4, L 27*), CCnno T)onmiii TTl.* cc* f iii.' 
Slua§ moji TX) Tnnol le TTlac TTluipif, co n-'oeacai'B i TTiji- 
n-Oo^ain 7 níp ^aC nepc na renn^ innci 7 ruccro á\i tooji 
a\i na ^allaiB Wn roirc^ fin. — TlTael-peTHiip* htla 
TTluipewii^, pjiioip "Ouine-^éiniin, tnoriruuf efc — Dona- 
^r» apchiepifcopup lTlunioni[a]e, quieuix; in [Chpifco]. 
— Sluoiseoro la bfiian hUa MeilU la haipT>|\i5 'Chuoif- 
ce[i]pT; ©jienn, co Tna§-coBa T)'ap'niiUe5 leif in caijTel 
co n-a •BainiB 7 caifcela i'm-Da eile 1 n-Ullrait5 7 Txnne 
ini'5a T)o'n rufuf fin.^ 

(Caiflen' Tnui^e-caba t>o rafiif la bpian hUa lleiU, 
f i§ Tniife-hCo^ain. — Tnael-paT>pai5 hUa ^^annQiL TN>n 
OfiT) phpeicfiup T)o ro^a le hapDeppcop CCpT)a-TTlaca, a 
comaipLe InnocenT; papa, cuni efpocoiT>e Rofa-boí- Oc 
iT)em apchiepi]Xíopuf conporuiT: eum uicapiQm fuum m 
ppouincia CCpmachana, pofcquam confecparuf piic in 
A6i« monafrepio ffacpum | Tllinopum T>e T>Qii-T>eaL5aii in 
Tk)minica ppima CCT)uenruf Tk)mini. — ^Ppuccuf copiof- 
jnif in apbopibuf hoc anna — ^DauiT) TTIhas CeaLLoi^ 
aifT)epf cop Caifi^L, quieuir in pace.*) 

lCaL lan. (p.'5, Lí^), CCnno "Oomini Tn.* cc.* fnn.* 

A.D. 1253. «rearm, B. 'roij^ A. »»^obdu A; gÍTen in B, Q D. 
«^FiL60d,t m.; foL 61«, t. m., n.t. h., A; om^ B, C. D. 

12Ó3. ' Donatus.—TíÚB «hoald Mju; C«m>U oocnpied tbe See niil 
be Dmrid (8€e the final addiúonal 12S9 (Z>. /., III. 46S)l H« 

entTT of thifl renr). The choice of snccecded br Stephca O'BngMu 

his snccessor, Darid (Mmc CarroUh whose dertion vas ceafixmed Vf 

wms ntified br Imiocent IV.. Ang. XichoUs IV.. Sept- 21, 1290 

17, 1254. The delaj arose from (Theiner, fk lól iq >. 

the objectiun of the suífnigmn * £j7m&>ío«.— Dadds : GoAedm 

biahope thmt. hmring been mmde bj O DoniII cnm mm^rw> excrcítn m- 

the Chmpter mnd not bj themselvesi. trmric terrms Eogmncnmet ct 

the el«ction was invmlid. For tLe mccepit predms ci cAptxros coBdnxit 

conclosiTe leplj. eee the Boll of moltoe eC Btícb O Xcáll ia 
coafirmmtion (Theiner. p. 61 sq). 



Raleiida of Jun. {ou 4th feria, 27lh of the moon.) a.d. [1263] 
1253. A large hoat was coUecIed by Fitz Maurice [Fitz 
Gerald], so that he went into Tir-Eogain. And be 
obtained neither eway nor hold therein and great alaughter 
was inflictcd on the Foreigners on that expedition. — Mael- 
Pedair Ua MuiredhaÍgh, prior of Dun-geimhiii, died. — 
Donatus,' archbishop of Muneter, rested in ChrÍat. — A 
hoating by Brian Ua NeiU [that is] by the arch-lting of 
the North of Ireland, into Magh-Cobha, wherehy the castle 
with ita people and many other castlea in UÍidÍa were 
de8troyed and many peraona were kiUed by him on that 

(The castle of Magh-Cohha was levelled by Brian Ua 
NeiU, king of Tir-Eoghain. — Mael-Padraig* Ua Sgannuil 
of the Preacbing Order waa chosen by the archbishop of 
Ard-Maeha, by udvice of Pope Innoceutj to tho bishoprít! 
of Ratb-both. And the same archbiahop conslituted him 
hÍ9 Vicar* iu the Province of Ard-Macha, aftcr he was 
conaecrated in the Monaatery of the Friars MÍuor of Dun- 
dealgan [DundaÍk] on the First Sunday of the Advent of 
the Lord [Nov. 30]. — Copioua fruiL^ on trces ihis year. — 
David' Mttg CeaUaigh, arcbbishop of Casbel, rested iii 

Kaleuds of Jan. (on 5th íeria, 9th of Ihe nioon,) a.d. , [Hat] 

ftggredi tentaret, reatiternnt fortiter 
CoDullienseH et ocoiderunt mullDS 
ei potioribua £agaiieasÍuiD. 

The orijfinalia given iu tho Four 
Matters uuder I2S2. 

' Jru«í-/'ai/roi'y. — rhe archbiahop 
of Annagh wa» omporiercd by 
Innooent IV. (Maj 23, 1^33) lo 
receivc per8onBUy or by deputy 
the rosignatioa of hig predeceBsor 
(Theiner, p. 67), Having gune to 
Bult with Che Pupe oa 

the atate or hia diocese, the bishop 
of Raphoe obtaiaed (Uarch 21, 
125S) power Irom Alexander IV. 

penona and pMroÍsúon to avail of 
two Dominicana of the Iriah Fro- 
vince to ald hiui by oounBel and 
preacliing (Theiuer, p. 71). 

' fiar. — Tha «rclibisbop Waa 
abaont in Eame at tbe tlroe. 

'Capiouí /ruií.— ai»eii in Ihe 
A. L. C. under the foUowiiiK year. 


ccMMcda: ulcroli. 

mutica'Bhlla maiH8h]eclcnnn^ quieuic in [Chjiifco*']. 
T^onnca-B, mac T^onnca-Da 7 CCríilaini hUa bibfaig 7)0 
mapba-B la ConnaccaiB. — OCín-oilei^-* hUa h1m)ei|i§i, miti 
e§noma r^huaiíXjeipT; 6|ienn, mopcuup efc.* — ^DeT)icacio 
ecclefi[a]e Sancm pacpicii T)ublini[a]e.* 

(T^eine* 'BiaiOT ai-Bce T>oíhnai§ 1 peil na Cpoice in 
c-8aTÍípai'5 1 m-Baile hUa-Rua'oa^an, 1 p5 ChonaiU 7 
nonríiup vo lofca-o a C15 ann.*) 

lCaL lan. (p.* 6,« L 20/) annoT)omini m.« cc* V u.* 
Innocenciuf papa quieuic in [Chpipco*']. — ^T^mar mac 
T)iapniaca, apci-oeocan Oil-FinT),^ mopcuup epc. — ^T)onn- 
fleiBe" hUa piai'nn, abb peiglepa poiL 7 peaT)aip 1 n- 
CCpT)-maca, niopT:u[u]p epc." 

(T^onacup,** iT)on, an c-occTha-o abb T)o6i immainifDip 
Poil 7 pheaT)aip 1 n-CCpT)-maca, quieuiT: ec par^piaup 
hUa muipeaíai§, iT)on, ppioip an cige cecna, vo zo%a 
cum na hab'oaine ec beneT)icT:up epT; pep nianup mael- 
paT^picii, epipcopi Hapocenpip.'') 

B62d[bip.] lCaL. lan. (p.* 7, U 1*) OCiino T)omini m.** cc' U** ui.* 
Huai'opi hUa^ .5a'5pa, pi SLeiBe-Luga, t)o mapba'D La 
T)aibic, mac HicaipT) Cuipin. — pLoipínc mag phloinT), 
aipT)eppuc 'Cuama-T)a-§uaLann, quieuic in [ChpipTX)]. — 

A.D. 1254. ^maeil^, B. »>om., A, B. D ; **died," C. «-• om., 
A ; given in B, C, D. ^*^ om., B, C, D. '^ n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. l2oj. ^ Oilpinn, A. — *-• n. t. h. on blank space, A ; blauk leít in 
B (with the same signifioation to 1260, inclusive). ^om., B, C, D. 
•^om., A ; given in B, C, D. *^^ n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1266. »0, A. 

1251 ^lSon, etc.'i — The 
bracketted words are taken from 
the Á. L, C, (ad an.) ; according 
to which Donchadh and Amlaim 
were defeated and slain bj Cathal 
O'Conor, at Cloone, co. Leitrim. 

'^Tower of valour. ^ *'The 

threshold of manhood " ! C. Vir 
magnae estimacionis ! D. 

^Sunday. — May 3 feU on that 
day in 1254 ; which shows that the 
additional item (not given in the 
A. L. C, or the Fowr Mastert) U 
correctlj dated. 



1254. Murchadh Ua Mail-[S]eclilainn rested in Chriat. (1251) 
— Donnchadh, son of Donnchadh, [son' of Gilla-Isa, son of 
Donchadh O'Raighillaigb] and Aralaim DaBÍbsaigh were 
kiUed bjf tbe Counacbtmen. — Aindiles Ua Inneírghi, 
tower of valoui^ of the Xorth of Ireland, diod. — Dadication 

of the Church of St. Piitriclc in Dublin. 

(Ligbtning fire [camo] on tho night of Sunday,* on the 
fedst of ihe Cross in Summer [May á], íq the town of tho 
Ui-RuadhagaD, at the Wood of CoQall and nine persona 
were burned íq a bouse there.) 

Kalenda of Jan. (on 6th feria, 20th of tho moon,) a.u. []3Có] 

1255. Pope Innocent [IV.] rested in Christ.'— Thomaa 
Mac Díarmata, archdeacon* nf OÍl-Hnn, died. — Donusleibe 

Ua riainn, abbot of the Mouasterj of [SS,] Paul and 
Peter in Ard-Macha, died. 

(Donatus,^ namely, the eighth abbot that waa Ín the 
Monastery of Paul nnd Peter in Ard-Macha, rested and 
Patrick Ua MuÍreadbaigh, namely, prior of the samo 
House, was chosen to the abbaey and he was blcBsed by the 
hands of Mael-Patraic [Ua Sgannuil], bishop of Rath- 

Xalends of Jan. (oq 7lh feria, Ist of the moon), a.d. [i^ttaBis.j 

1256. Euaidbri Ua Gadhra, king of SÍiabh-Lugha, was 
killed by David, aon of Richard Cussou. — Florence Mag 
Floinn, arcbbisbop of Tuaira-da-ghualann, rested in 
Christ.' — The Mninnter-Raghallaigh were killedby Aedh. 

1255, 'fíe.le(iÍB CTftíi.— Thi» ia ' 
erToneuns; ImiuCBiit IV. died in 
N«ple«,Deo. 7, l2Éi. Thf^l.i. C". 
alno give h'm gbit under 1266. 

' Archiíeacoit. — Tba ííur ilatitrí, 
agunBl A, B, C, D and the A. L. C, 
call bÍDx hereDagh, 

^Donala'.—The DonniUibhe o! 
tbe preoediug entrj' ; Donaiui 
buÍDg the meauÍDgless Latin aliiu. 
12frfi. 'ifeí/fií iii C/ii-MÍ.— At 
Brititol, aoagrding to the A. L. C. 
(ad an.}. On Juds IS, 13Sa, tbs 
Dean aud CliBptor of T'ubiii rn- 


ctHHCCla ulcroíi. 

lHuiiinceivTlasaUais'* -oo Tnaíiba'6 U liCCe'6, tnac peifl 
limce^tiUi Concobuip (7' te ConCiibup, mac Trisei^nafl 
hUi UHaipc'')i iTion, Cocal^'OoninaiU^Cu-Connocc^n 
^iUa caeí 7 Sapppaií; 7 niirici TTluin[n]cepi-Ra§aUaij| 
7liUa'-ni-Uniuin uiLe ap aen lacaiji aj CCUc-na-heilLtí 
orbeaLuc-na-beici|e,i cinn SteiBe-m-iapain'D. 'DoiTiap.'J 
boDUp nriuinncep-RasaLLais' 'Oiaiiinaic hUa' pLannajíiJl 
7PLanii tnús Oiiiefcaig 7 rnupía'6 ■pinu hUa pepgc 
'Oosona'oup 7 ■DomupSaDap T)aine ini-oa[i] eiLí 
aipmicep* puiin- 

(Hai^ie'D,'' aipTjepi'^clop CCip'D-inaca, -Dh'e 

lCuUlan. (p' 2, L 12"), aniioTJomini in.°cc.° 

(A.) (B.) 

TTluipip TTlac ^^paiLc Teoan' bipre^, maLapcí 

quieuic 111 [Chpii'co]. — ceaLL 7 gaei'DeL, i'UbrS 

CaipLen Cait-uipci -00 tea- mopce pepiic. — Tnui]^ 

5u'6 te SoVPP"'» "* ''l^ic 5epaiLc, 

"Ooniiioitt^reccap a uicte Cpeiin pi heaí, •DipcaiU 

■DÓ 7 -DO CeniuL-ConaiLL 5"S''^t'l- 7 ceatl n-6peniU 

■D'Ítmpoisiíi Shtigig 7 -00 mopcuup ejx. — Scainneiíl 

compaic pe ^aLLaiB in CaiLe cpo-oa ■do cabaipc 110 ^Iiop- 

A.D. 1256. '-mi& B. 'UuigiUais, A, 'nintniíBri, B.— i* opposito 
thÍB entrr. 1. m., n. l. h., ia Cqé Tll uiÉe— SLefr— iíoi;/e n/ ilagh-SleAi, A 
In B, r. m., t. h., Illa]iba'D lHhuinviceiii— UuEaUoiJ— S/ajiBy (>/Mtii\ ^" 
Sufallaigi. " itl , n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. '^ n. t. h., A i on 
0, U. 

A.D. 1357. • C and D follaw B. 

ci'iied tbruugh Beginald, ohaplun 
uid Manrici LuntbBnl, <i]erk. rojal 
licenoe to elect an archbUhop. 
Tlie cboice tall upon a FrancÍHcan, 
Jamcs O Lauhlnniii. The bing 
BUrnted on Oct. 16. and wrots tu 
thoPope tooou&nnthepuBtulutíon 
tC /., m.S07-21). 

^ARt'na-hatUi.— Utiglii ^J 
Xht. . 

' B'Jach-na-beilhiiihe.—Pat Iff 

tte iirih ((rer). Apud vallem [!] tia 
Huliy. pnipe viani ua bctliij. D. 
* SlÍebh-tn-Íai-aian.—MiHintain af 

' Per,on, 


rcmamÍDg w 



son of FeidLlimidli Ua Conchobuír (and by Concbubur, 
fljn of Tigernan TJa Ruairc). Namclj-, [those líiUcd were] 
Oatbal and Domnall and Cu-Coniiacbt and tbe BlÍnd 
Gillie and GeofErev [Ua Ragballai}.'b ] and all thc noblea 
of MuÍnntcr-llaghuUaigb and tbe Ui-Briuin on ono spot, 
at Allt-na-heiUtí,^ over Eclttch-na-licÍtbighe,* in front 
of Sliubh-in-iarainn.* Tbo Muiniiter-RaRhallaigh killed 
Diarraait Ua Flannaga^iju and Flann Mag OirecLttiigh 
and Murchadb Ua Fergbail the Fair. Thev [IiUewise] 
wounded and Idllcd many otber i>ersoníi^ that are not 
reclconed bere. 

(lluighned," arcbbisbop of Ard-Macha, died in Rome.) 

Ealeada of Jan. (on i!nd fe 


ilaurice Fitz Gerald 
rested in Chriat.' — The 
Castie of Karrow-Water was 
levelled by GeoíFrey O'Dom- 
uaill and be and tbe Cenel- 
ConaiU came tberefrora on 
tbemorrow,toattack Sligech. 
And be met with tbe Fo- 
reigners of tbo towu and 

are omitted iu D, whicb adili : 
O Donil Guffredtu cum magna ex- 
rrdtu [wrlastramt ptttriai lU 
FeannBiULich et Bríeni U Rnírlce, 
cx quiLDB predu, redemptianea et 
ubsides &ccepit ct rediit. 

Thia ia gÍTen in nilMtaaca Lj tha 
F, M. DUiler tbe preseut jear. 

• Itaigkiu± — From k cbartcr of 
sweut (Oct. 2, 12jIj U the clection 
of tbn bisliop of Meath (iaMned 
is tbe Papal con&na»úuu), «rliich 

ria, l^th of tbe moon,) a.h. 

Juhn BÍ8tii:t, destrojer of 
obuicbea and of Gaidbil, 
perisbed by s audden death. 
MaurÍce FÍtz Gerald, Justt- 
ciury of Ireland for a time, 
disBolver of the GaidbÍl and 
of the cburcbes oí Ireland, 
died. — A courageous en- 
counter was l'ougbt by 

begiiie with Fraiir il , we leom 
that be wu > Iriir, probab]; a 
DamimcaD. From the dita oí the 
[oirsl ]i'«Dce to elect hii lucceuor, 
Feb. 20, mi, it nuj be itifnrnt 
tliat he died towardi tbo cIoM of 
n96{D. /.. UI. 531). 

I3i7. ' Httltíl iw (JirUt^la th* 
Frwiciwaa (or Muth ; t« diftinfatih 
ii fnim tfae uorU, or Dominiiiai]) 
Uoiiatcrj of ITouffhal. C and U 
tmulate the B-teit. 


7 cuc iiiaiDin poppo ag Cpe- ■ppaig hlla •OomnaiU, 
■DTian-Ctlle, ipHoj'-ceiTie, 'ChiTie-CoiiailL 7 do ghql 
1 Cpic-Caijibpi. Octiv ■Do- taiB ConnaccCiT 
SOfiffb tiUa "OoinnaiLL ann 'Dnan-ciLLi, 1 Ilof-ceiiii,' 
7 mina gabaic a gona Cpic-Caipppi') 7 maiírni af^ 
Spema xio, pobia'o mai-Din iia ^^lLaiC 7 cpi picic,' no 
poppa co ITluaifi. Ociip ni af mo, "do mapba5 t)o na 
'Doloife'b SLigec Leo 7 JJaLLaiB. Ociip Tiosona-B 
■Dohaipsefi (7" 'oosaba^mac "DomnaiLL ann 7 "Oonnca'D, 
J5pipin ann, iTion, piTHpa mac Copmaic hlli TJom- 
maic''). — Cancobup, mac naiLL, cuip eíni's 7 egnom 
t^igGpnain (hlli"' Huaipc"), 'Chipe-ConaiLL.-Doguinannr 
■DO mapbo'B Le niuinncip- Tem 7 a és "o^-- 
TíaigiLLaig (i'oon,'' le mufa CaiL-utpci tio Leaso^ 
hUa Rai^iLLai^''). — Ti^uc ^oíTf'^iS'i^'^ n-'Oomnaitl 
O bpiain mai-om mop ap — Concobap, mac Z-^'gi 
^baLLaiC iiin bLm^ani pi. noin,'Domapbafilennuinn* 
cip-RogaLlai^ — 'Cuc hUa 
laiC ifin bLia-fiuin pi- 
(CaraL," mac CCeoa, mic CoraiL cpoiboeps, tio 'Dall.d| 
La hCCe'D ConcuBaip 7 CacaL cutpcec Concubaip t 
íaLLa'6 map aen pip." — CCbpaham'' hUa ConaLLan tio tiuL 
cum na Hortia capeip a co^[f]a cum aip'oeppucoi'oa 
tCpTia-Tnaca. — TTIacpobiup, ab CLuaiia-eotf, Tih'ec. — 
inaeL-muipe Vfía^ mupchaffi, caipec muincipe-bipn, 
Tio mapboíi, fDon. o n-a bpaicpiB pein, 15 CiLL-ii"piU.') 

A.D. 1257. """itt., n. t. h., A. "1. m.. n. t. h., A ; om.. B. C. D. 
"Jn. t. h., A;oiii., B, C. D "r. ro., t. h., Bíom., C; apui» Ciier^rimi, D. 

' Caíhal. — Qivan at greater 
lcDgth in the A. L. C. (,adui).). 

* p» Ciffiallan. — Aooordingr to a 
ntjal mandBte (&hout Feh. 6, 
nr,7 : D. /., III. 660) reguUtirg 
tlie iuues aaá reuta ot the See 

duriii); bi 


O'Cun&Unn had been Arch-prw- 
bjter of Arraagh, 

On Deo. 21, 1 268, he <iblauie4 
pcrmÍHÍOQ from Al«x<nder IV. tu 
borrow fiOO iD&rk« atertinf; for tba 
tueofhta dloccse (TbeÍDer.p. 30-1). 





iufliuted defeat upon them Geoffrey TJa Doniiiatll, kíng | 
at Credrau-ciUe, in Itos- of Tir-ConaÍU and tbe Fo- 
cheidi, in the coiiiicry of reignera of Connacht 
Coirpre. And O'Domnftill (nameij, in Credran-filli, in 
was wounded there and had lioa-cheidi, íd the terrítory 
his wouods not tttken hold ofCuirpre). Anddefeatwaa 
of him, there wonld have inflictedupon theForeÍgiiera 
Leen defoat [inflicted] upon and three8core,oraomothing 
them to the [river] iluaidh. more, were killed of tho 
And Sligech waa burned by Foreignera. And O'Dom- 
them and pillaged. (And naill was wounded there and 
Ílac Grifin, namely, a good Donnchadh, Bon of Cormac 
knight, waa taken prisoner lla Domnaill, tower of hos- 
there.) — Conchobur, aon of pitality and valour of Tir- 
Tigeman (Ua Iluairc), wua Conaill, was wounded there 
fciUed by the Muinnter- and he died thereof. — The 
Raighillaigh (namei^, by cuatle of Narrow-Water waa 
Matthew Ua RaighiUaigh). levelled by GeofErey Ua 
— O'Briain gavo a grcat DomnaiU. — Conchobar, son 
defeat to the Foreignera in of Tigernan, was killed by 
thia year. *^s Muinnter-EagbaUaÍgh. 

— Utt Briain gavo a great 
defeat to the Foreigners in 
thia ycar. 
(Cathal,^ son of Aedh, son of Cathal Eed-hand, was 
bUnded by Aedh p'CoHchubair and Cathal O'Concubair 
tho Long-haired, wns blinded along with him. — AbrahHni 
Ua Conallan^ weut to Rome afler hia election to the 
archbishoprio of Ard-Macha. — Macrobiua,* abbot o[ 
Cluain-Eois, died. — Mael-Muire Mac Murchaidh, chief of 
Muinnter-BÍm, was killed, namely, by hia own kinsraan, 
at CeU-isael.) 

ílobiaibjt\i»fourllaíteri{iulari.). I tha inartyr oí NicaineiUa, who i( 

ButSuoU a mitive name doea not comioBinorated in tlie Jíurfyrofojy 

(.•xist. Tha abbot' 8 deaignation in o/ Tatlaght at May 7 (L.L., \i. 

WM reliiji'"" Manrohius, pochaps I 360b). 


A uib lCal. ]uii. (p/ 3, t. 23'} CCiuio T)otniin tn.° cc" L-° 

5op|.'pai5 hUa "TíoninaiU, pt t^hipe-CoiiniLl, quieuic 1 
[CtiiiiTT;o].— Siujican 5«''-^'"'5 '"^" iTiapbaf) La Tíim 
8oiiioipLi'5 ap oiLúii tnapa i ii-lapmp Connacc 7 vtam 
maifn nnTia eiLe apaen' piT- — Sluos^ móp La hCCe'&, inair 
Pei'&Limíe 7 La Zíih^ liUu' m-bpiain 1 coínne bpiain hVli 
HÓ1LL co CaeL-uipce (it)oii,'' aj Leicc liUi ÍTlaeiLTiopais''). 
OcupT:ucaT>upnamai€i pinuileap'oCennuT'Dobpiaii IiUrf 

BeSo UeiLL: luon. bpai§ni mic phei'&Limce 'DÓi'on jbpaieiTJi 1 
lílhuinnrepi-IluigiLLaij; 'o'CCefihUaConcobuip 7 bpai 
hUa-m-bpuiin uiLe o Chenannup* co ■Opulm-cLiaB.- 
"OomnaLL liU« TloniiiaiLl ■DO pi5a'5 an can pin 7 rucfí 
CeneL-CotiaiLL uiLe bpai?:Di 7 cioepnup ■oó- — Tílac Cpaifi* 
TTlás Ti:hi5epnain, caiTec 'CheLLaiS-'Ounca'fia.Tio mopbí ' 
Lu T)omnaLL TTlac 'Cisepnain.'' — CCmLam, mac CCipc, ji 
bpetpie, quieuic in [Chpi pco].— 1 n manac hUa^ Cuipnrt 
quieuic m Chpipco. 

A.D, 1258. 'fa]iaef\, B, • títuosinj, B. '(>, A. *Cheanain>cn 
B, '■■''itl., n, t. h., A; Dm,, B. C. D. " om., B. •'-'om., D, 

12á8. ■ Va J™na.VÍ.— ThuB i 
D : O'DounUI DoffieduB[-uj ai 
cura tnedicorum tolu aniio existeate 
ÍD Insula LochbeBtba pust bi^Uum 
Credr«yn, Bricn ONoíU, eoUctto 
magno cjtercitu «1 in™deudiim 
Cannalliam, niiwia nunciia ad 
O'Donill petiit ab eosuluiaaiunom 
et obedientiam, una cnm obaiiÍibuB 
ab iiihttbitantibui Tire ConnUl pio 
cnntiiiUBuda obedieutia, ipaia tunc 
noil habentibus competentem do' 
niinoiD ex iUa genentione pnBt 
QuSredum. Et aliquali renpuuao 
dato nunoiis, ipae OoffreduB 
tniculo martia exiíteiu iu 
tgtquot TÍxeruntinConuBlliav 
habilei ad axuia (^erGiida ad eum 
veain.. Quibus ita coUectia, ipi 
íínff-edu», oum slitereoa precedei 

non posBct, iuaidt oorpuB snum in 
ferctni oum quo ad •epulturam 
mortuoa feire aoleDt, poui etai 
a.eportari ul rtsiiitendum ] 

Quu farto, ezhoTtarit 
vÍriUtar renÍBtcTe eorum inii 
quomdiu ipiritiu Ín ciua oorpon 
remsneret, Et aio in magiia 
liduciaper geutes ubvioaide'' 
íuimicii apud flumen 
tSwiUj], Et torUtet hiuo i 
deuertantibufl, taDdem I 
lÍuB coaotuB [eatj redire, 
multÍB ocoinia cum ingeoti Duiuero 
equorum. Et redeuntíbuti O'Donlll 
cum mÍB, Bdeplá illi fortunatl 
vic'torifl, proBtralo feretro, iu quu 
GoSredua ad tunc vivens exialit, 
apud Congawíll[CoiighbhaÍl;Cuii> 



Eulends oí Jan. (on 3rd feria, 23rd oí the ioooq), a.p. 
1258. Gcoffrey Ua Domnaill,' kir.g of Tir-ConailI,rested 
in Christ. — JoTiIan Gaileanf; [de Exeter] waa killed b_v Mac 
Somhttirlidh on an island of the sea in theWGst of ConnBcht 
audnianyothergoodpeople[werG killed](ilongwÍtlihini. — 
A great host [was led] by Aedh, son of Feidhliinidlji [Ua 
Conchobhair] and by Tadhg Ua BriaÍn, to moet Brían Ua 
Neill, to Narrow-Water (nBniely, at tho Flugstone of Ua 
JlaeldoraÍgh). And nll those nobles gave the orch-heudshíp 
to Brían Ua líoill : that is, the hostages of the son of 
Feidhlimidh [were givcn] to him [Brian] and the hostiiges 
of Muinnter-Raighillaigb [were given] to Aedh Ua Con- 
chobuir and the hostages of all Ui-Briuin from Cenaunus 
to Druim-cliabh.-— Domnall Ua DomnaiU was made king 
that lime and all Cenel-ConaiU gave pledges and lordehip 
ti) him. — Mac Crnith Mag Tigemain, chief of Tellach- 
Dunchadha, was killed hy Domnall Mac Tigemain. — 
Amlaim, son of Art, king of Breifni, refitcd in ChrÍBt. — 
The L[ionk, Ua Cuirnin, reated in Christ. 

W«l, HeM l*tterkenny], in ipgo 
iiutviti ei conTulsioae TnlnerÍB 
iveepti Ín bello Cr^ravn irmÍBÍt 
ípiritara. Qai in roorte, siculi !n 
TÍta, fnrtem et atrannum ee mundo 
oatendit, liabit& Tictoria contra 
SU09 nducrsarioB cunotOB uaijue ad 
borain ilUro et in ipaa hor». 

Tbeorí^inal, whicb Í9 Bomcwbnt 
moro difFuae, is given bj the Foi 
Manttrt at this fear. 

' Dmm-cliatrli. — D goea o: 
omitting the next ontrf ; TiiDd<?m 
O'Neillius petiit aabieotionera et 
obaidea ab iubnbitaiitibua Connal- 
liae, qni, obtento certo tempore, 
eonBuItantwf-labant] quem elÍEe- 
rent in guberu&toreTn. qnisi nnliun 
habuerunt anté dominum a mort 

atatim omncB ConuBllÍBe inhHbi- 
tantoB Toluntariam et promplam 
mpremitBtem et olicdienliaro pre- 
atarunl, ncmtni id ndmirnnte, (^uro 
ipse Donalilus heres legiltimna 
illiua patrie exiatoret. Ft ad inda 
nnUuB ohaides dederitnt Q'N'ellio, 
auc ajirui, Coualdo Tonteiite. 
Cuiu» adíenlua ita opport.unns et 
ncceesariua pro tano asfimalatum 
fuit aduentui Tu-oimiU Teachtmair 
ex tranamarlais regionibni poNt 
dÍBperaionem etanihillutiuDemcins 
[Tuathttlii] gentia. Qni atatim 
accepit totius regni supreroam rc- 
galitBtem ; dcinceps niiiendo et 


aMHcrlcf uUtdIi. 

(CoinaLrac' hlja CoTiíititiaip "no ío^a ciim m|n>epfc 
pofoe Tuamo. — (Cbpaliatn, aip'oepixiip ílTiTi-TTlaCífi 
paLLiiim inipíicpacuii n Cupia ílomana ec ITIifpam cum 
eo ceLebpauic, qiiapco tlonai- lunti, apuT) CCp7)macham.*) 

lcoL lan. (p.'4, L 4,*) CCnno •Oomnii Tn." cc.° la^' 
Cacal niac Con[-8li]nama rio ■oaLLat. — TTlili-D TTlac 
Soi|Te[i]t.O^ quieuic m [Chpipco]. — Sigpai'o baisilL t» 
mapba'5 D'a bpaicpiB jnem.— Opai^i hUa^-m-Opiuin "do 
■oalLa'D La liCCfi'5,mac pei'oLÍnii'D.' — Copmac hUa LuimLuin 
eppuc CLwana-pepra, quieuinn [Chpipco]{i* n-a feanoijij 

(tx^maLcac," naac Coipp'oeaLbaií:, mic TTlhailcpeol 
Lainn hlli ChonCuBaip.-Do^abaiL aipTiepfcoponíeííuam 
— 'Co'&E bpiain, OTíbup pi Tnuman, •nh'ec"). 

A.D. I25S. -D. t, h.. A ; on 
A-D. 1269. '5oi]-ceaUl, B, 
om.. B, C, D. 

,, B. C, U. 

'O, A. 'Vei'óliin 

t. h., i 

dttfendea^a «Dsm pBlrinia contm 
BXterOB nflqae aÁ finem bdss Titae' 
The origÍQal, which U more pro- 
lix, formB in the FoHr iltulers a 
Dontinaatioa o( the Rccomit giv^n 
in ihe precedÍDg Nol«. Donal, 
aecordÍDg to Chirlea O'Conor. wiu 
80D of Donal Uor hj a dsughter 
ofCntbal Red.huDd, king of Cod- 

Id the n^cond ccntury. the Atts- 
ooU cut off the UileBÍsD nobiiitj, 
with the eiivption of the queoD, 
-who «Hs pregiiant. 8he Gecipea 
lo Scotland, where «he gave birth 
to ft son, Tualhal Techtmar. 
(^irtaltl's). In time hc returneii; 
wu reoeived raToursblv Bnd re- 
' Mlibliihed the MÍIsbíbd iljnBal;. 

' Ua CencJiubhair.—Oa M17 29, 

1367, Alexander 17. set ■ 
elcction ot Jsnics ITa Lwbta 
{1166, iioto I, iipra) Mid «ppoint 
Wslter. De»n of St. Paul'B. Londoi^ 
atid FupiU Cbnplaín. to the srch- 
biBhoprio of TiiBm. WiHter wa* 
oOBseorated bjthe Popo, niDiit pro- 
bablj iu Viterho, whaM the BuU u 
dated. He died st IsleBt earlj in 
tbe f ollowing jesr. Oo April '13, 
12.Í8, Ihearchbiahopbeing decraaad, 
a rojal mandate waa inned to the 
escheator of Jrelond to lAke the 
Unds and teDementa of the Sea 
into poBBMsÍon. {D. L, 111. t 
O'ConoT bad been biihop of Elpfa 
{ií. 611-2-4). Ile i» called TiIm 
(the Latin nsme whicb 
wmbled Tonmllaeh) io tbs t 
documenti jUBt nferrod to, 1 


[bii-] lCol. lan. (p." 5, l. 15,») CCnno T)omini m.' cc' Lt-" 
Cftf ■DpO)nn-T)e[i]it5 (iii''locfH(ui'Dic)rufiT)ponima-T)eni;'). 
ag 'Otiii-Tía-leacjtap cuc' O]iioii hUa lleiLL 7 tCe'o. mac 
pei-blimiS, Tio ^hciLlaiB Truairce[i]pc Gpenn. aic i n-«p'- 
niapbaT> mopan 7)0 iTiaiéiB g'"^^^'" 'W- bpian hUo* 
lleilL 7 "DomnalL hUu' Caippe 7 "Diapmaic IHaguiE- 
Licmn 7 TTlasniip liUa- Caí:a[i]n 7 Cian liUa' hlnneipgi 
7 "DonnpLeiíe VOá^ Cana 7 Concobop O "OuiíiTiipma 7 
(Cer>, a mac 7 CCniLuim hUa* ^''if^"'^^*^™''^ 7 Cít-ULa'n 
liUa' hCCiiLuaiii- CCíc «en ni. pomapbaí coic^ pp ués DO 
maiciB CLomne-Caéain ap an* Lafaip pin. Romapbat 
T)o ConnaccaiB ann': 5'^'-^ Cpipc. mac Concobuip, mic 
Copmaic hUi TTlaiLpuanai^,'' pi TTlinpi-tuips 7 Cafal. 
mac ^i^epnain hUi Concobaip 7 ITlaelpiianai'o, mac 
"Oonnccr&a 7 CacaL. mac *Oonnccrf>a, mic ITluipcepcais 7 

A Olo CCefi, mac | TTIuipccpcai^ ■pinti 7 tJobg, mac CacaiL, mic 
Ijpiam hUi TT)aiLpuanat'& 7 "Oiapmaic, mac 'CaiíiE, mic 
TTluipe^ai^, mic 'ComaLcai^ hUi ÍTlailpuanais 7 Conco- 
bup TTlac ftiLLo-CCppaic 7 Ta^s, mac Ceín bUi ^«^f* 7 
SiLLa-Oepai^ hUa Cuui'd 7 ■naine im'oa oiLi." — 'Oomnall, 

B63h mac Concobuip. | mic T^igepnain, TiomapbarB LarGallac- 
n-'Duncaoa. — CCbpacam bUa' ConaLLa[i]n, comapba 
pocpais.' in Chpipco quiemc- 

(CCofi'' buiíe hlla HeiLL w pijaí vop'Chip-n-euguin/) 

lcaU lan. (v-' 7, L. 26'),anno ■Oommi n).° cc.° tx* 1.* 

ITIoici cLeipeC Cene[oi]L-ConaiLL t>o n^apCoí La Conco- 

A.D. 1260. 'cug. B. '0, A. '.u. (tlie Latin eqaivalenij, A, fl. 

*m.A. •nineit— , B. •eile. A. 'pcro— , A.— »''iU., n. t, h., A; oir,. 

B C. D. • iTmn~"n>iií/y— »ddeJ. B. •'^ n. t. h, A 1 om., B, C, D. 

1260. ' NoMa. — " 15 of ibe 
benl." C ; quindedin •eleeti viri, D. 

' RrMrd ín (.'Am(. — Apparentlj 
towaldi ths olwe af tbe jcnr. On 
Fcb. 27, 1161, rovtl lieence waa 
giTen tn elect his suoceseoc {D. I., 
111. 7021 . 

D ftddt ; Eodnn ■nuo, piMl 
DuneoM belluiD O'DonÍll cuin nu> 

ciiin igne et gUdio detutauil *( 

per contii 




Ealends of Jan. (on 5th feria, 16th of the moon), a.d. [1260] 
1260. The battle of Druim-derg [was fought] (in a place 
which is called Dromma-derg) at Dun-da-leathglas by 
Brian TJa Neill and Aedh, son of Ftidhlimidh [TJa Con- 
chobair], against the Foreigners of the North of Ireland, 
wherein were killed many of the nobles^ of the Gaidhil, 
naraely, Brian Ua NeiU and Domnall Ua Cairre and 
Diarmait Mag Lachlainn and Maghnus Ua Catha[i]n and 
Cian Ua Inneirghi and Donnsleibhe Mag Cana and Con- 
cobur O'Duibhdirma and Aedh, his son, and Amlaim Ua 
Gairmleaghaidh and Cu-Uladh Ua hAnluain. But one 
[notable] thing [happened] : fifteen men of the nobles of 
Clann-Cathain were killed on that spot. There were 
killed of the Connachtmen there : GiUa-Crist, son of Con- 
chobar, son of Cormac Ua Mailruanaigh and king of Magh- 
Luirg and Cathal, son of Tighernan Ua Conchobair and 
Maelruanaidh, son of Donnchadh [Ua Mailruauaigh] and 
Cathal, son of Donnchadh, son of Moircertach and Aedh, 
Bon of Muircertach the Fair and Tadhg, son of Cathal, son 
of Brian Ua Mailruanaigh and Diarmait, son of Tadhg, 
son of Muiredhach, son of Tomaltach Ua Mailruanaigh 
and Conchobur Mac GiUe-Arraigh and Tadhg, son of Cian 
Ua Gadhra and GiUa-Beraigh Ua Cuinn and many other 
persons. — Domnall, son of Concobur, son of Tigernan [Ua 
Conchobair], was killed by the Tellach-Dunchadha. — 
Abraham Ua Conalla[i]n, successor of Patrick, rested in 

(Aedh Ua Neill the Tawny was made king over Tir- 

fialends of Jan. (on 7th feria, 26th of the moon), a.d. 1261. [1201] 
The [most] worthy^ of the clergj' of Cenel-ConaiU were 

1261. ^Thelmost^worthi/.^hiieT- 
ally, thegood{cletgy)^ Kar* '«^ox^»'. 

The7 had probablj assembled for 
8ome eccle8Ía8tical ftmction. 


cctíwalcc tilcroti. 

bup hUa Weill 7 |ie Cenel-Gojain 1 n-'Ooípe Coluim- 
cille, im Choncobuíi hUa PpH^L Concobuti hUa "Meill 
T)o mafiba^ T)ono^ a cex^oifi T:|ie mípbuil Coluim-cille la 
T)onn hUa^ m-bfieiflen, raifec pána[i]r:. — Caral hUa 
hO^pa TX) mafiba'D vo ^hallaiB. — 8lua§* la hCCe'B, mac 
peiT)lim€e, 'fin m-bfieipne, guíi'loifc bailn im^a 7 
apbanna. CópTnif ma^&ma t)o éabaipr ap T)péim T)a 
jiíicaiB, sufi'mafbaD mopan t)i15*'. — 8eón Pi[rz] "Comaf ^ 7 
in baíifiac mó]\ t)0 mapba'S la pn§in TTla^ Cajiíiiai^ 7 
la T)eafmuimnecaiB' afcena 7 mopan vo ^allaiB 
aib!).*— p'npn, Tna[c]' Ca|i|i€ai§^T)0 maiiba'5 la SallaiB. 
— CCe'D bui'5e hUa^ Meill expulf uf ' efc* 7 NíalL Culanac 
O "Neill (fíiaref' Ooonif') vo fisa-o. — Wiall hUa^ 
5ai|imle§ai'5, Txiifec Ceniuil-ÍHoain, moiiruuf efc. — 
pilib íHac Cinaera,* raifec an rfica-cer, occifUf efc 
pep ^iUa-íHufa hlla^ Caiffe. 

(Parficiuf** (iT)on,* íHael-paDiiai^') hUa Ssanuil, 
epifcopuf Rachpocenfif, eleccuf efr concopT)icep in 
apchiepifcopum CCfiT^machanum ec pfOfequuruf fuix; 
elecmonem T)e fe pacram aT) 8eT)em CCpofcolicom. — 
CCmalgai^ hUa Tlua'5a^an, fi^ hO-í56ax:ac, t)0 mapbao 
pe^i 'Oonarum hUa Caipfe ev ^Oonaruf hlla Caippe vo 
tTiafba'5 ap in lacaip ceT)na\) 

A.D. 1261. »0, A. «íí., B; eile,A. '."TnasC— B. *Cinaet,A. 
*-* n. t. h. on blank space (for 26 the MS. has 23, the scribe having mis* 
read the xxtd. of hís text as d-xt'ii.), A ; blank in B. In B, C, D, the 
CCerb bui'óe and Mialt entries are placed after the TTlaiti item. *> om., A 
«-« om., B, C, D. * In A a blank=two letters ia left between fn and Txwnar. 
<8eon P ocuf Txmiaf — John Fi and Thomas (Fi)l B. • TDef-fnhumain— 
Deamondf B. '' n. t. h. on blank left by t. h., A. «-«itl., n. t. h., A ; om., 
B, C, D. »»-»>n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. »• itL by the hand that wrote the 
additional entrj. 

^Donn. — Called Domnallhj mis- 
take in the A. L. C. [ad an.). 

*John Fitz-Thomas.—C, foUow- 
ing B, has : " John Fj and 

Thomas!" D, howeTer, is far 
worse : Carolos 0*Gara occisns fuit 
per Soen Fith Seon et Thomam 
Fith Thomas; in quo anno Bar- 



killed by Conchobur XJa Neill and by the Cenel-Eogaín ín 
Doire of [St.] Colum-cille, around Conchobur TJa Firghil. 
Conchobur TJa NeiU was, however, lciUed immediately, 
through miracle of Colum-ciUe by Donn^ TJa Breslen, chief 
of Fanat. — Cathal XJa Eghra was killed by Foreigners. — 
A hosting [was made] by Aedh, son of Feidlimidh [TJa 
Conchobhair], into Breifni, so that he burned many towns 
and the crops. Complete defeat was given to a force of 
hÍ8 routs, 80 that a great number of them were killed. — 
John Fitz Thomas^ and the BaiTymore were killed by 
Finghin Mag Carrthaigh and by the Desmonians likewÍ8e 
and a large number of other Foreigners [were killed]. — 
Finghin Mac Carrthaigh was killed by thc Foreigners — 
Aed TJa Neill the Tawny was expelled and Niall Culanach 
O'Neill (brother of Aedh) made king. — Niall TJa Gairm- 
Legaidh, chief of Cenel-Moain, died. — ^Philip Mac Cinaetha, 
chief of the Cantred, was slain by Gilla-Muire TJa Cairre.* 
(Patrick (that is, Mael-Padraig) TJa Sganuil, bishop of 
Rath-both, was elected unanimouslv as archbishop of Ard- 
Macha and he defended^ at the Apostolic See the election 
made of himself. — Amalgaidh TJa Iluadhagan, king of 
TJi-bhEathach, was killed by Donatus TJa Cairre and 
Donatus TJa Cairre was killed on the same spot.) 


ragh more occisos fuit perFjnÍDum 
Hakartii et Desmonicnsea et alios 

The A-text shows that O'IIara 
(Ua Eaghra) was not killed by 
John or Thomaa ; that the sla^ers 
in D had no ezistence ; that John 
Fitz Thomas, as well as Banymore, 
was slain hy Mac Caithj ; iinallj, 
that**the other English/' instead 
of aBSÍsting to kill Barrjmore, were 
killed tbemselTes. 

* Ua Cairre. — D adds : Eodem 
anno, O'Donill, videlicet Donaldus 
Oge, obtinuit mag^am victoriam 

adversus NiellaQum Culanagh 
O'Neill, in qua non solum multi 
erant occibi, verum etiam magnuB 
erat numerus captivorum Eogan- 
ennium quoa O'Donill aecum ad- 
duxit ex illa victoría, una cum 
Makawal [Mao Cathmhail], subre- 
gulo Grenerationis Fearaii [Cenel- 

The original ifl the final entrj of 
this jear in the Fuur Masterg, 

* Defended—Th&t Í8, attended at 
the Curia to secure confirmation of 
his election. He was at the Papal 
Court at the time. 



cctniaíxc ulcroti. 

]Cal. lan. (p.' 1, l; 7, abap 4') CCnno T)oniini m." cc.' lx.° 
11."* Sliiaé^ mofi le mac Uilbani i ConnafcatB, suíi'- 
miUe'5 nno|ian leip. pei'olimi'D hUa Concobuip 7 CCe-D, 
a mac 7 mai€i 8il-TTlutíie'Dai§ t)o t)uI co h6f-puai'5 
fiompo co hufxmóii bó Connacc leo ap a caga'b, co n- 
T)e|inpaT:; P'o^ — Cpeac mófi t)0 'oenuíh la hCCe'o, mac 
pei'blimíe,^ ap ^allaiB SlóiBe-luga 7 a CiafafBe, co 
rucfar; buaji imT)a leo 7 fio ma|ibyac 5^ill ím'5a. — 
/L 6id mael-8eaclainn, mac 'Cai'05 htli Concobctiíi, | efpuc Oil- 
pnT), in Chpifro quieuic. — Copmac, mac *Oomnaill 
^uÍT) meg Cafificais, t)o ma|ibu'5 le ^cillaiB. 

[CC.T).m.°cc."Lx.°iii. ] "OomnaUhtIa^T)omnaiUT>omap- 
bff5 ("Ohuinn*) 0" [^^0 biieiplen i^cut|it; in e]^uic iftHaic- 
boé. — ^DaBté hUa ptnT), ab na buiUe, in Chpirco quieuix:. 
— ^Oiapmaic, mac Copmaic, quieuir; in [Chpipco]. — 
CCengup htla^ Clumain, eppuc Un§ne, quieuiT; in 
[ChptfT^o]. — "Comap hUa^ CeaUat^, eppuc Ctuana-pepTO- 
quieuix: in [ChpipcoJ. — 6bT)onn, pi Loclann, t)o ég 1 n- 
innpib Opc ic* zecz a n-6pinn. — 8aTÍipa'5 r^e ipin bbcroam 
pi. — 'Oonnpletbe mac Caémail, T^aipec Ceniuil- 

A.D. 1262. 1— Ihnif), B. "0,X. ' a. B. * 15, A. '■•n. t. h. on bUiik 
space (The altemative reading refcrs to the cpact 23[-|-ll — 30=4]|, erro- 
neouslj g^ven as that of the preceding year. ), A ; blank 8pace lef t in B. 
^*'om., B, C, D (ín which the "DonnpleiGe aiid CCex) bui'óe foUow the C|ieac 
item). In A, the original reading was "do ina]xbaT> T)0 "Donn O b|\eirlen 

1262. 1 Mael-Scchlainn. — Before 
this entrv another hand placed {qr 
\a/trt\ 1263) on the marí^in of C; 
meaning that the remaining items 
belonged perhaps to that jear. 

[1263] ^Domnall. — Here the 
A. L. C. begin 1263 with the 
annual luni-solar criteria. The 
re-adjuHtment of the chronologj, 
chiefly in accordance with the 
A. L. C.f is g^ven within square 

bracket«. Confírmator^ data are 
set forth under the several jears. 
The textual arrangement has thus 
been preserved intact. The origi- 
nal dates (placed within round 
brackets on the margin) are, as a 
rule, corrcct in reference to ihe 
later items . The additions, namelj, 
were made under the rcspective 
jears to which they were oonaidered 
to belong. 


Xalends of Jan. (on Ist feria ; 7th, otherwise 4th, of the [1262] 
inoon), A.D. 1262. A great host [was led] by Mac William 
[de Burgh] into Connacht, so that much was destrojed by 
him. Feidblimidh Ua Conchobuir and Aedh, his son and 
the nobles of Connacht went to Es-ruadh before them 
with very great part of the cows of Connacht with them 
for the war, so that they made peace. — A great foray was 
made by Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh, on the Foreigners of 
Sliabh-Lugha and into Ciaraidhe, so that they took many 
cows away with them and killed raany Foreigners. — Mael- 
Sechlainn,^ son of Tadhg TJa Conchobair, bishop of Oil- 
finn, rested in Christ. — Cormac, son of Domnall Mag 
Carrthaigh the Stammerer, was killed by Foreigners. 

[A.D. 1263] DomnaU^ TJa Domnaill killed Donn [I263j 
O'Breislen in the court of the bishop in Rath-both. — 
David TJa Finn, abbot of the BuiU, rested in Christ. — 
Diarmait, son of Cormac [Mac DiarmataJjrestediuChrist. 
— ^Aengus XJa Clumain, bishop of Luighni [Achonry]i 
rested in Christ. — ^Thomas TJa Ceallaigh, bishop of Cluain- 
ferta, rested in Christ.^ — Ebdonn,^ king of Lochlann, died 
in the Isles of Orc in coming to Ireland. — A hot Sunamer 
in this year.^ — Donnsleibe Mac Cathmail, chief of Cenel- 

C and D represent O'Donnell as 
slain bj O'Breslen. This errorhas 
been dealt with in the teztual note e-c, 

^RtéUd in ChrisL—rhe Dean 
and Chapter of Clonfert wrote for 
rojal licenoe to elect, Thomas, the 
bÍBhop, having died on the £pi- 
phany [Jan. 6], 1263 {D, /., m. 
742). ThÍB goes to prove that the 
Loch Ce chronolog7 is correct at 
this jear. 

^Ebdonn, — **Accordingto the Sttffo 
Hahonar Hahonarsonar, the Irish 
had sent ambassadors to king 
Hakon, offering to submit them- 

selves to him, if he would come 
and expel the English. See Saqti 
Halconar Hahonaraonar^ c. 322 
(Fommanna Sogur. Kaupmann- 
ahofn, 1835, vol. 10, p. 131) and 
Muncii's Norsie Follca Hiatorie, 
Christiania, 1858, vol. i., part iv., 
p. 407. The Chron. Mannie at 
1263 sajs : Venit Haco, rex Nor- 
wegiae, ad partee Scotiae (i.e. 
Hibemiae?) et uihil expediens 
reversus est ad Orcades et ibidem 
apud Kirkwall mortuug." Notebj 
Editor of A. L. C, (in loco), 
* This year, — D adds : In quo 

334 ccMwalcc ulcroTi. 

peficrBai^, occipuf efc pe^i CCe'5 bui-De. — CCe^ bui'Be 
iT^efium T)o |ii§a'D 7 Wíall Culanac t)o iTina|ibaí. 

(Paqiiciuf,* iT)0«, TTlael-paT^tiai^, hUa Sgannuil, 
a|ichiepifcopuf OCpT)[a]-TYlaca, ap. pa5a OCippfiinn cum 
pallio,in cpafTJinolohannif bapafcMe 1 n-OCpT)-íílaca. 
— CCi\ moíi a|i '5aini6 an blia'bain fi vo ^lai§ 7 vo 

B 630 lCaL lan. (p.' 2, 1. 18,*) OCnno 'Oomini m.^ cc.**bc* iii.*** 
[-u."]. pei'5lim[i'D] hUa Choncobuip, ai|iT)pi Connafc, in^ 
r-aen ^«^'&cl fob* pefifi^ maií[i]uf T)obí" 1* n-6íiinn 1 n-a 
péimef pein, mopruup eyz. — Ccrcal, mac 'Cai'55 hUi 
Concobaip, t)0 mapba'^ le hCCe-S htla Concobaip. — 
'CómaphUa^TTlaícin, eppucLui§ne, quieuiT:in*[Chpipco]. 
— 'Comáp, mac phep^ail TTlic T)iapmaca, eppuc Oil- 
pinT), quieuiT; in'' [Chpipco]. — Caiplen Slip^ t)0 lea§a5 
la hCCe'^, mac pei'^limée^ 7 le *OoiíinalL hUa n-T)oTÍi- 
naill. — TTIuipe-Sac hUa* CepbaiU, raipec Calpaigi*; 
Caéal Tíla^ Tla§naill, raipec TTIuínncepi-hBoloif, 
quieuepunT; in [Chpipco]. — S^Ua-na-Maem hlla* Cuinn, 
caipec TTluinncepi-giU^a^On, mopcuup epc.— ppacep 

— Domnall was Jcilled (lit. to be hlled) hy Donn O^BreisUn, "Oo was marked 
undenieath by tbe toxt hand, to show that it waa to be omitted (the meaniog 
thu8 being that Donn was killed by Domnall). But the acribe forgut to 
ohange "001111 O into the genitive, "Ouinn Ui. Then the later hand under- 
marked T)onn and placed T)huinn hUi leiy* overhead, making thesenae : 
(Domnall Ua Domnaill [nom. abs.], the lciUing of Donn Ua BreitUn [wat 
doné] hy him. In B (foUowed by C, D) do "Oonn bUa b|veiplen — hy Domn 
Ua Breislen — Í8 given. But the 8layer, as appears from an entry mider 
the next year, waa O'Donnell. <*-<in. t. h., A; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1263. ^an, A. «ireaTiTV, A. ^a, A. *0, A. «peif)lnn. B. «-tw, B. 
»-» n. t. h., on blank Bpace, A ; blank in B. ^ Above the date a modem 
kand placed 1265, B. In C, another hand added (rectius 1265). The 
'Comap {bi8\ 'gilla-na-naeni and Cacal mas Raénaill entries aie 
omitted in D. ^ om., B. 

O'Donill, collecto magno exercitu, i I Roirk et Aaperam Tertiam 
\nyaAÍtFearmanagh[et]Breniffiani | [Garb-Trian] Connacie osqae ad 



Feradhaigh, was slain by Aedh [XJa Neill] the Tawnj. — 
Aedh the Tawnj again became king and Niall Culanach 
was expelled. 

(Patrick, that is, Mael-Padraig, TTa Sganuil, archbíshop 
of Ard-Macha, said Mass with the Pallium on the morrow 
[of the feast] of John the Baptist^ [Sundav, June 25] in 
Ard-Macha. — Great destruction [was inflicted] on people 
this year by plague and by famine.) 

[The oríginal entries under 1263 belong to 1265.] 

Xalends of Jan. (on 2nd feria, 18th of the moon), a.d. 
1263^[-5]. Feidhlimidh XJa Conchobuir, arch-king of 
Connacht, the Gaidhel of most goodness that was in Ire- 
land in his own period, died. — Cathal, son of Tadhg Ua 
Conchobuir was killed by Aedh Ua Conchobair. — Thomas 
Ua MaicÍD, bishop of Luighni [ Achonry], rested in Christ* 
— Thomas, son of Ferghal Mac Diarmata, bishop of Oil- 
finn,* rested in Christ. — The castle of Sligech was levelled 
by Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh and by Domnall Ua Dom 
naill. — Muiredhach Ua CerbaiU, chief of Calraighe; 
Cathal Mag RaghnaiU, chief of Muinnter-Eolais, rested in 
Christ. — GiUa-na-naem Ua Cuinn, chief of Muinnter- 


Granardiam. Et obtenta vict^ría 
et obsidibus undique, rediit absque 
ulla resistentia. 

The original íb given at 1262 in 
the Four Masters, 

(1232) ^Morrow of John the 
BaptUt — ^The Four Masters read in 
the Oetave ; which is meaningleBs 
herc. The Chronicler uoted the 
day, which, being Sunday, was 
naturalÍ7 seleoted for the firet ap- 
pearance of the archbiahop in the 


[1265] */^ój.— The entríes of 
this (textual) year are dated 1265 

inthe^. L. C. For the correct- 
ness thereof, fiee Notea 2, 3, 5, 

' Riísted %n Christ. — In a letter, 
given in the church of Achunry on 
the morrow of Trinity Sunday 
[Monday, June 1], 1265, the Dean 
and Chapter pray for royal licence 
to elect, by reason of the death of 
Bishop Thomas {D. /., U. 774). 

' Biahop of Oilfinn. — Towards the 
end of 1265, theDean and Chapter 
of Elphin pray f or royal licence to 
elect in plaoe of Thomas, the late 
biflhop (Z>. /., II. 781). Itwaa 




cctniala ulcroti. 

Pacjiiciuf Ssannail, aifi-oeppuc CCi\T)a-111aca, afx* 
n-'oenam'* CaibíT)Leac coiccinne a n-*Opoicecrc-á€a in 
bba'oain fi (pepia* fecun'oa, cepcia ez quapTixi popc 
pefcum Omnium 8ancT:o|ium*). 

CDon-D' hUa bfieiplen vo mafíba'o la 'OoTftnall hUa 
n-'OoTÍinaiLl i Rair-boé i cóijit; an ea]»pui5. — CCe'5 bui'Be 
hUa íleiLL do éabai|ic in§ine TTlic 5^ifDeaLbai§ m 

[bi|>.] jCaL lan. [p.' 111., L. xx.ix.'], CCnno "Oomini m.** cc.° Lx.' 
1111.**^ "OomnaLL hUa he^fia,^ pi iuigne, t)0 mapba* -do 
5haLLai6. — maí^amain, mac Cei£eíinai§ hlli Cheifiin, 
pí Ciapai'oe, t)0 mafiboD t)o ShaLLaiB.— CÚTÍiui'oe hUa* 
Caía[i]n, fii Cian[n]acu, caprup efc peji OT)onem* 

CCi|iT)eppuc CCpT)a-TTlaca, 
iT)on, TTlaeL-pariiaic 
SgannaiL, t)o '5enum T^í^e 
nmceLL CC|iT)a - TTlaca 7 
tfiaicpi TTlinupa t)o za- 
baipu co hCCpT)-Tnaca Lepin 
peap cecna ipin bLia-Dain 

bpai€pi TDinupa t)0 ía- 
baipr; co hCCpT) - TT) a c a 
Leipin aipT)epyxíop, iT)on, Le 
TTlaeL-paT)pai5 hUa S^an- 
naiL 7 an pep cei^na, iT)on, 
TnaeL-paT)pai5, vo '5enatn 
T)Í5e uimceaLL CCpT)a-TTlaca 
in bLia'5ain pi. . 

A D. 1263. <» «1 T)0 'óeiiaiii, B. «■•itl., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. *' n. 
t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1264. ^heaéixa, B. 2 q, A. •-•Blank Bpace, A, B (with tbe 
Mame nieaning^ down to the textual vear 1314, inolusive). ^ 1266 OTerhead, 
n. t. h., B ; alias 1266, C. «^«(Xex) bui"De (the Irish equivalent), B. 

granted through Maurice, their 
clerfc (Í6., 786-7). 

* This year. — D adds : In quo 
O'Donill cum magno exercitu ivit 
in occurHum Odonis I Conchuir ad 
Coresleave, exinde ad Cruaghan 
et ultra flumen Suka ad Ciau- 

Ricard, usque ad montes Eaghtai. 
£t in reditu ad Qalliviam et OdODe 
O'Connor redeunte ad propria, 
O'Donill cum suis pertnuuirit 
flumÍDa Sruthair et Roba et nndi- 
que devaatatione facta, in Tirta- 
waiUii [Tir-Amhalghadha] rediit, 



Gillga[i]ii, died. — Friar Patrick O'Sgannail, archbishopof [1260] 
Ard-Macha, held a General Chapter in Drochet-atha this 
year* (the 2nd,^ 3rd and 4th week-days after the Feast of 
All Saints). 

(Donn^ Ua Breslen waa killed by Domnall Ua DomnaiU (1263) 

in Rath-both in the court of the bishop. — Aedh Ua NeiU 
the Tawny took the daughter of Mac Goisdealbaigh to 

Kalend8 of Jan. [on 3rd feria, 29th of the moon], a.d, [i264Bis.j 
1264.^ Domnall Ua Eghra, king of Luighni, was killed 
by the Foreigners. — Mathgamain, son of Ceithernach 
Ua Ceirin, king of Ciaraidhe, was killed by Foreigners. — 
Cumhuidhe Ua Catha[i]n, king of Ciannachta, was taken 
prisoner by Aedh the Tawnv. 

(A) ' _ _(B) 

The archbishop of Ard- FriarsMinorwerebrought 
Macha, namely, Mael-Pat- to Ard-Macha by the arch- 

bishop, namely, by Mael- 
Padraig Ua Sgannail and 
the samo person, that Í8, 
Mael-Padraig, made a ditch 
around Ard-Macha this 

raic O'Sgannail, made a 
ditch around Ard-Macha 
and Friars Minor were 
brought to Ard-Macha by 
the same person in this 

ciira ílamen Moje, cnm multis 
armentis et obsidibus, habitá víc- 
toriá in toto suo progressu illa 

The origÍDal is gÍTen in the Four 
Masters at 12H3. 

* The 2nd, elc. — The interlineation 
shows that the date was 1265. In 
that je&r Ail Saints' Day (Nov. 1) 
íell on Sundaj. Xn 12t)3, it fell 
on Wednesday. 

(12G3) ^Donn, — This agrees 
with the chronologj of the Annals 
oj Loch Ce^ whi<:h place the death 
of O'Breslen in 1263. See above, 
the first entry under [1263]. 

[1264] *0f the entries under 
this year, the Ist. 3rd and 4th aro 
given in the -á. Z. C. at 1264 ; the 
2nd is at 1 266 ; the Ist is repeated 
at the latter jear. 


cctíNocla uLcroli. 


(OCex)'* bui'5e hUa NeilL, fii 'Chipe-heogain, t>o gaBail 
n^epiTDaif OiíipalU — | bene'oicno ppaqfiif Cacholia, 
ppecenT^opif "Domup CCpofrolopum pecpi ez pauli vq 
CCp'omacha, a-o abbaciam 'oomuf fanccae TTlapiae •oe 
Clocafi. — Ppacep Pacpiciu^ hUa TTlupea^ai^ abbaf 
monafuepii CCpofcolopum peq[ii ez pauLi, T)epopcuf 
efc ez fubfcicucuf efc abbap T>e T>aepi, fciLicec, 
Cpifcianuf TTlhasfaríípasan.'*) 

lCaL lan. [p.* uii., Lii.'], CCnnoT^omim TTl.^ cc.^Lx.* .u'*'* 
[-U11.**]. Ca^a'B mop ecep pí 8axan 7 ^imunn TTlupofiT). 
— TTlupca-B TTlac 8uiBne vo §abaiL La T3omnaLL TTIac 
• TTlagnufa 7 a cinnLacu'D iLLaim in^ lapLa 7 a é^ ifin* 
ppifun. — pei'BLími'B'' hUa Concobaip,' pi' Connacc mofi- 
T;uuf efc. 

(Pparefi'* parpiciuf hUa Tíluipea'Baig ap n-a gabail 
apif cum a ab'oaine pein. — CCe'5 bui'oe hUa WeiLL 7 
Uarefi a bupc, iT)on, lafLa ULa'B, vo 'BuL a 'Cip-ConaiLL, 
fLua-D, 7 nip' 5a^aT)af ceann, na qieifi.**; 

lCaU lan. [p.' 1., L. X111.,'] CCnno *Oomini TT1.° cc' Lx.* 

ui.*^[-uiii.**J Concobup hUa bpiain, pí 'Cua-D-TTluman, -00 

mapba-D La T)iapmaic, mac TTluipcepcai^ hUi bpiain 7 

B63d pí [a] mac, 8eoinin 7 T)aine | im-oa aiLi^ (7" bpian pua'5, 

a mac, t)0 ^abaiL a inai-D*). — 'Coipp'5eLbac, mac CCe'ba 

A.D. 1264. d-dn. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1265. ^an, A. ^ipan, A. *— bui|\, A. ^ 1267, overhead, n. t h., 
B ; alias 1 267, C. ^ Opposite thÍ8 word, 1. m., n. t. h., B, is : nipra in inilú 
paginaCf referring to the top of the ooluoin, where the obit Í8 al80 reoorded, 
under 1263[-5]. This duplicate entry íb given in A, B, C, D. d-d n. t. h., 

A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1266. í eile, A; íl, B. »> 1268, overhead, n. t. h., B ; rectius 
1268,0. «-«r. m., t, h., B ; om., A, C; given in D. 


[1267] * /26j. — Henceforward, 
to 1378 (=1373 of text), after which 
year the chronology is correct, 
in Text and Translation, the 

squi^re - braclcetted Ferial and 
Epact correspond with the simi- 
larly placod ▲.d. 
All the itemit are given onder 



(Aedh TJa Neill the Tawny, kíng of Tir-Eogain, took (1264) 
the lordship of Oirghialla. — Benediction of Friar Catho- 
licus, Precentor of the House of the Apostles Peter and 
Paul of Ard-Macha, to the abbacy of the House of St. 
Mary of Clochar. — Friar Patrick Ua Muireadhaigh, abbot 
of the Monastery of the Apostles Peter and Paul, was 
deposed and the abbot of Daire, namely, Christian Mag 
Shamhragan, was substituted.) 

[The entries of 1266 are omitted.] 

Kalends of Jan. [on 7th feria, 2nd of the moon], a.d. [1267] 
1265^[-7]. Great war* between the king of the Saxons 
and Simon Montfort. — Murchadh Mac Suibhne was taken 
prisoner by Domnall Mac Maghnusa and he was handed 
into the custody of the Earl [de Burgh] and he died in the 
prison. — Feidhlimidh Ua Conchobair, king of Connacht, 

(Friar Patrick Ua Muiredhaigh was taken back tx) hís (1263) 
own abbacy. — Aedh Ua Neill the Tawny and Walter de 
Burgh, namely, Earl of Ulster, went into Tir-ConaiU with 
a host and they gained neither hold nor 8way.) 

Kalends of Jan. [on Ist feria, 13th of the moon], a.d. [1268] 
1266[-8]. Concobur^ Ua Briain, king of Thomond, was 
killed along with [bis] son, Johnikin, by Diarmait, son of 
Muircertach Ua Briain. And many other persons [were 
slain with him]. (And Brian the Red, his son, took his 

1265 in the A, L. C\ The two 
first are, however, repeated at 
1267. The trae jear is detennined 
if the opening' entr j refers to the 
hattle of Eveeham, which was 
fought Aug. 6, 1265. 

^Ortafwar, — Expanded thos in 
D: Maxima belli expectatio ao 




* Died. — Repetition of an obit at 
1263 (=1 63 ot text), aupra. 

[1268] 1 Conchobur.—ThB four 
original items of the textual year, 
1266, are giren under 1268 in tbe 

il. lu. C 


aMr^ccLcc ulcroti. 

hUi Concobuiíi,T)alca hUa^-Tnbriiuin,quieuic in"*[Chfiifco]. 
— Concobu|i hUa Ceallaig quieuic in"* [Ch|iifTX)]. — ^Diafi- 
niaic hUa bpiain, in pep lepmapba^ Concobufi, th) 
niapba'5 inT). 

(Gcclepa* nnaio|i fancci parpicii in OCfiT)niachenfe 
[ciuiraríe] inpjia mupum incepra efc pe|i OCpchiepifco- 
pum CCpT)machanum, it) efz, Tílael-pcrDriais hUa 
Sgannaill. — Laclainn Tílacana excpa popixim cu|\i[a]e 
■Domini CCpchiepifcopi in ulcionem ÍTlu^icai'b hUi 
CCnluain pep Bacmapcac hUa hCCnluain efcocciffUf. — 
Cimirepium -pfurcpum ÍTlinopum ve CCfT)macha confe- 
cfocum efc pef eunT)em parficium, CCpchiepifcopum eu 
*Oominof Rapocenfem, TDunnopenfem ev ConT)e|\enfein- 
— Pfacef Cafbficuf hUa 8cuaba confecparuf efc in 
flapocenfem [epifcopum*]. 

lCaL lan. [f.' 111., L arxnn.,*] CCnno *Oomini TTl.** cc'* Ix." 
uii.° ^[-ix.°] Caiflén Tlofa-Comain vo '5enam la UoiBefc 
T)'Upfofr, lufcif na hBpenn^ 7 le ^^l-^ci^^ Bfenn fe 
pi§i^ CCe-ba, mic pei-BLimée hUi' Concobuip*' 7 CCe'5 pein 1 
n-galuf an zan fin 7 focfteca'5 7 pohaifge'^ mófan vo 
ConnaccaiB cum in caiflein fin. — CaifLen ^Li^i^ vo 
'Senum Le TTlac TTluipif. — Ta'^s,*' macNeiLLTTlic TTluifie- 

A.D. 1266. 2 0, A. d om., B. •« n. t. h., A ; om., B, C. The last 
item ÍB given in D. 

A.D. 1267. i-iTiT), B. •-'^iée, B. »» 1269, overliead,n. t. h., B; alias 
1269, C. «^om., B, C; giveninD. 

» Was hilled there/or.—D adds : 
in ecclesia magna Ardmaghnensi, 
de consensu et industria archi- 
episcopi Patricii I Skanill. The 
tratislator apparentlj confounded 
this with the foUowíng (additional) 

(1266) » C%«rfA.— Placed, no 

doubt correctly, bj the Four 
Mastert under 1268. 

» Ua Scuaba.'-The A. L. C call 
him a Dominican, addiog^ that he 
wascoDsecratedin Armagh in 1266. 
On the translation of O'Sgannel to 
Armagh (1261, swpra), theminority 
of the Chapter elected the aroh- 



place.) — Toirrdhelbach, son of Aedh Ua Conchobuir, the [1268] 
fo8ter-8on of the XJi-Bríuin, rested in Christ. — Conchobur 
Ua Ceallaigh, rested in Christ. — Diarmait Ua Briain, the 
person by whom was killed Conchobur, was killed there- 

(The larger church^ of St. Patrick in tho city of Ard- (1266) 
Macha within the wall was comraenced by the archbishop 
of Ard-Macha, namely, Mael-Padraig Ua Sgannail. — 
Lachlainn Ma[c] Cana was slain outside tho door of the 
court of the Lord Archbishop by Eachmarcach Ua Anluain, 
in revenge of [the slaying of] Murchadh Ua Anluain. — 
The Cemetery of the Friars Minor of Ard-Macha was 
consecrated by the same Patrick, archbishop and tho Lords 
[bishops] of Rath-both, Dun and ConnerL—Friar Cairbre 
Ua Scuaba* was consecrated bishop of Rath-both.) 

Xalends of Jan. [on 3rd feria, 24th of the raoon], a.d. [1269] 
1267^[-9]. The castle of Ros-Comain was built by Robert 
D'UfFord, Justiciary of Ireland and by the Foreigners of 
Ireland during the reign of Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh Ua 
Conchobuir. And Aedh himself was in sickness at that 
time and much of Connacht was deppoiled and harried for 
[the building of] that castle. — The castle of Sligeach was 
built by Fitz Maurice.^ — Tadhg, son of Niall Mac Muired- 

deaoon, Heiuj; the roajoritj, the 
abhot of '* the Monasterj oí Nigra- 
colla" [Dub-Recles] of Derry. 
The archbiahop of Armagh an- 
nolled the election of the arch* 
deacon, who proceeded to Rome lo 
proeeoate an appeal and died therc. 
On Dec. 3, 1263, Urban IV. paMsed 
over the abbot and appointed John 
de Alneto, a Franci8can resident in 
Ireland (Theiner, pp. 92-3). On 
the 28th April, 1265, John was 

excused on the plea of incurable 
inflrmitj by Clement IV., who re- 
served the &ppoiutment to himself 
{Uf.j p. 96). The result appears in 
the present entry. 

[1269] í 1267. — The original 
entries of the (textual) year 1267 
are given in the A. L. C. under 

^ Fitz-Mauriee. — D adds: Quod 
antea O'DonilI et Odo O'Connor 
funditus prostrarunt* 


aMMaLcc uLoDli. 

'Dai§, T)0 Tnapbcro i Ti-Oil-pinn t)0 j^fifenac T)ocnai6 tk> 
Tnuinnrifi a bparafi pein/ — OCe'o, nnac TDomnailL hUi 
peiisaiU, T)0 nnapba^ vo ^^allaiB 7 T)'a bpaicíiiB pein. 
— CCe-D hUa pmn, faí oippT^ig, quieuic in^ [Ch|iifco]. — 
biiian,** mac TDomnaill T)Uib hUi Ga^pa, T)o mafiba* la 

(TDaui-D* hUa bjia^an, epba^ Clocaifi, qui uipTniorfe 
ez pT)elirefi ppo T)epencione iu|xici[a]e ev lupif eccle- 
fi[a]e Clocho|ienfif pep cempuf uic[a]e eiuf labopauir, 
obiic hoc anno. Ocuf a a^laca'b imfnainifrifi TTlhelli- 
foinu, oif T)obo manac va mancaiB pein he poimefin.*) 

]CaL lan. [p.* 1111., L. u.,*] OCnno T)omini TTl.** cc* Ix.' 
uiii.'**'[-LaxK''] TTlaiT)m CC£a-in-cip Le hCCe-B, mac pei-D- 
Limíe 7 Le ConnaccaiB ap in lapLa, iT>on apUárejfi^ a 
bufc 7 ap 5^alLaiíS Cfienn apcena, t)Ú 1 cuca-B áfi 
A 62b T)íaipmi'De^ I ap ^aLLaiB 7 T^o^abaí ann UiLLiam 05 a 
bufc 7 fomapba'D é iapT)ain ifin Laim ceT)na. Ocuf ní 
mó cof^aif ná carif gaL va cucfax: 5^iT>hiL T)o ^haLLoiB 
1 n-Gfinn fiam inaf. UaifpomapbcrD fticapT)nacoiLle, 
bpauaip an lafLa, 7 8eon buiriLéfv 7 |iiT)e|ie'Da* imT>a 
aiLi* 7 S^iLL 7 5ai'5iLT)iaifmí'De 7 popaga'B cer;^ T>'eacaiB 
co n a LuifiecaiB 7 co n-a n-T>iLLaici6. — Comapba' 
PcTDfai^, iT)on, TTlaeL-paT)fai5 hUa SganT^aiL, quieuiT:in 
[ChfifTX)*']. — ^ofca móf T)o[f]oLacca 1* n-Gpinn ifin 

A.D. 1267. ' om., B. dd om., B, C, D. •-n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1268. ^ bhai-, B. * — nie, A. 'fHT)e|i7a (=e'óa), A ; — eóa, B. 
*eile, A; 11., B. • .c. (the Latin equivalent), A, B. «a, A. »> 1271 
{alia» 1270), ovcrhead, n. t. h., B ; recíius 1270, n. t. h., C. «^om., A; 
given in B, C, D. dom., B, C, I). 

(1267) ^ Ua Bragan.—ms á(hth 
i8 gÍYen bythe F. M. ít 1269. 
Bat the preftent obit appears to 
have been composed by ooe well 
acqnainted with the date. 

2 Before that. — That Í8, the cx)n- 

text Ahows, before he was mada 
bishop. Tho F, M. omit the words ; 
whence O'Donovan (iii. 406) erro- 
neouHly ooncluded that 0*firagan 
" bad retired into the monafterj 
Bome time before his death.'* 



haigb, was killed ín Oil-finn by an iU-mannered servitor 
of the retinue of his own fcinsman. — Aedh, son of Domnall 
Ua Ferghaill, was killed by the Foreigners and by his 
own kin8men. — Aedh Ua Finn, masterof harmonv, rested 
in Christ. — Brian, son of Domnall Ua Eaghra the Black, 
was killed by the Foreigners. 

(David Ua Bragan,^ bishop of Clochar, who laboured 
courageou8ly and faithfully in defence of justice and the 
right of the church of Clochar during the time of his life, 
died this year. And he was buried in the Mona8tery of 
Mellifont, for he was a monk of its monk8 before that^) 

Xalends of Jan. [on 4th feria, 5th of the moon], a.d. 
1268^[-70]. The defeat of Ath-in-chip^ [was inflicted] 
by Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh [Ua Conchobair] and by the 
Connachtmen ou the Earl, namely, on Walter de Burgh and 
on the Foreigners of Irelandbesides, whereinwas committed 
slaughter innumerable on the Foreigners. And WiUiam 
de Burgh junior was taken prisoner there and he was 
killed afterwards in the sarae captivity. And not greater 
than it was any defeat, or battle-rout that the Gaidhil ever 
gave to the Foreigners in Ireland previou8ly. For there 
was killed Richard of the Wood, ^insman of the Earl, as 
well as John Butler and many other knights and 
Foreigners and Qaidhil innumerable. And there were 
abandoned one hundred horses^ with their breastplates 
and with their saddles. — The successor of [St.] Patrick,* 
namely, Mael-Padraig Ua Sgannail, rested in Christ. — 


[1270]. 1 /^ÁP.—The original 
items oí the (teztaal) jear 1268 
are gpÍTen in the A, L, C. at 1270 ; 
except the last, which is placed 
under 1269. The seconi is also 
given at the latter year. 

^Aíh-in-chip. — Ford of ihe beam. 
Apad Vadum trabif>, valgo dictum 
Agh kipp, D. 

' Horsts^ elc. — Centum eqiii Ang- 
lico aparatu circumdati, una cum 
militum armatura relicti fuerunt, 

*Succe8.for o/ Patrick. — That ifl, 
archbishop of Armagh. The tex- 
tual date, we have abundant proof, 
Í8 two year8 in adTance. Brictius 
(presumablv, the Latin alias of 




awMaLcc uLcroti. 

blia-Bain fi. — Cpifcina, in^en hUi MecTOin, bean 
T)iatiinaca TíHt)i§ ÍTlic TDiafiniarxi, in bean fiob' pepfi 
"oelb** 7 eineac"* 7 cfiaCafi pobai i* n-aen aimpp fiía* 7 
if nnó zuc Wn 0|1'D lia€, quieuic in Ch|iifr:o.'* 

(TDael-paDpai^' hUa B^annail, aiíi-Deapbo^ OCiji'O- 
íTlaca, 7)0 'oul ^u ceac pig 8aacan an blio&ain f 1 7 a 
feacc anoif afif an blia'oain cerna mailb fie cuniaccain 
Thoiii. — eacnia|icac htla CCnluain, fii Oip|i€i|i, "oo gaBail 
pef Ualrefum TTlaifef, i-Don, ConfrabLa Tliuf-na-caifise 
7 'Doéefno ua'oa afif an blia-^ain ceuna. — TTlichaelTTlac 
an-c-Shaif, Oippicel CC|i'D-TTlaca, "do confecfiaiTX le 
haifDeafbo^ CCifD-Tnaca, 1 n-a eafbo^ 1 Clocup, in 
cpafnno Maciuirarif beauae TTlapi[a]e/) 

lCaL lan. [p.*u., L x.ui.,'] CCnnoT)omini TTl.** cc.*'Lx.°ix-"* 
B 64a [-lacx." 1.**] I TTlac 8eoa[i]n Ibep.'Dun •Domapbaft le Uór^p^ 
a búpc. — 8imon TTlas [C]paif. "De^anac OCfDa-capna, 
quieuir: in [Chpifco]. — TTlafsamain TTla^' Cappfai^ vo 
mapba'D. — bháicep a búpc, lapla tlla'5 7 ci§epna 
Connacc, mopcuuf epc. — Caiplen T^ai§i-cempla vo 
bpipiu'D la hCCe^ hUa Concobuip. — T)onnca'o Tnhog 
Shampu'&ain quieuic in [Chpipco]. — Caiplen Ropa- 

A.D. 1268.— <*-**om., B, C, D. «-«i n-a hait7ip|i— í» her (otm) timt, B 
(followed by C, 1>). '' n.t.h., A ; om.. B, C, D. 

A.D. 1269. » bhúi— , A. « ínac lHheg (CatititaiéWíon p/ Ma: {Carr- 
thaigh), B. 

Mael-, or OiUa-, Brigte), canon of 
Armagh, having gone to Henry 
III., with lettera of the Deau and 
Chapter announcing the death of 
Patriek, the archbishop, licence to 
elejt was granted (Z). A, II. 869) 
in *^he beginning of Maj, 1270. 

The election of Nicholai*, canon 
of Arraagh, wa8confirmed(Theiner, 
p. 101) by Gregorjr X., July 13, 

1272. (The delay was apparently 
owing to the interregnum between 
the demÍ8e of Clement IV., Nov. 
29, 1268, and the coronation of 
Gregory X., Jan. 27, 1272.) The 
confirmation having been notified 
to the Idng by the Curía, the tem- 
poralities were restorcd to the 
archbishop on the ensuing Sept 25 
(D. r., II. 927). 



Great, unbearable famine ín Ireland tbis year. — Christina, [1270] 
daughter of TJa Nechtain, wife of Diarmait Mac Diarmata 
the Midian, the woman that was of best shape and gene- 
ro8Íty and piety that was in one time with herself and 
that gave most to the Grey Order,^ rested in Christ. 

(Mael-Padraig Ua Sgannail, archbishop of Ard-Macha, (1268) 
went to the house of the king of the Saxons this year and 
came frora the east again the same year with great power. 
— Eachmarcach TJa Anluain, king of the Oirthir, was 
taken prisonerby Walter deMarisco, namely,the Constable 
of Ros-na-cairge and he escaped f rom him the same year. — 
Michael Mac-an-tshair,^ Official of Ard-Macha, was conse- 
crated bishop in Clochar by the archbishop of Ard-Macha, 
OQ the morrow of the Nativity of Blessed Mary [Sept S^J. 

Xalends of Jan. [on 5th feria, 16th of the moon], a.d. [1271] 
1269i[-71]. The son^ of John de Verdon was killed by 
Walter de Burgh. — Simon Mag Craith, dean of Ard-cama, 
rested in peace. — Mathgamain Mag Carrthaigh was 
killed. — Walter de Burgh, Earl of TJlster and lord of 
Connacht, died.^ — The castle of Tech-templa was broken 
down by Aedh TJa Conchobuir. — Donnchadh Mag Shamh- 
rudhain rested in Christ.* — The castle of Ros-comain and 

* Grey Order. — Namelj, tbe CÍ8- 

(1268) iJfac-an'ishair.^on of 
the wright. Gfónerallj aoglicized 

^Sept. 8.— In 1268 it fell on 
Sundajf'one of the dajs presoribed 
for conferring episcopal oonsecra- 

[1271] »/^.— Of the cntrieB 
of the (textnal) jear, 1269, tho fírst, 
foorth, fífth, and eeventh (except 
the Sos'Comain item) are gpiven in 
the Á, L. C. at 1271. The sixth, 

Ros-Comain oí the Beventh, the 
eighth, ninth and elevonth are 
placed under 1272 in the same 

^The <on.— Called Nicholas in 
the A. L. C. ; whicb state that he 
was slain by G^offrej O'Ferrall and 
the people of Annalj (co. Long- 

*Di€d. — In Galway castle, ac- 
cording to the A. L. C. 

* Besied in Christ. — In the A. L. 
C. he is said to haye been alain bj 
hi8 brother, Thomas. 



ccMMalcc ulorDíi. 

Comain 7 caiflen Slip^ 7 caiflen CCra-líag t)0 lega^ la 
hOCe'b, mac pei'olimre. 
[bif.] [OCT). m.'* cc' Ixx.' 11.**] muiii^if, mac "Oonnca-Ba, 
ci^epna 'Chijie-hOilella, nec 'oob' peixp einec 7 nnnlaca'B 
•00 ConnaccaiB, "do é^ a mtipCac illonspojit;' hUi T)oni- 
naill 7 a bpeié co mamifceíi na buille 7 a oonucal 
inT)T;i co honopac. — Clann-muiiicepraié w •5ul 1 n- 
lapraji Chonnacr;, ^ufi'mapba^ leo hOiT)fi mac 
mhebpic* 7 hCCnpí buir^iLlép.. — Caiflen Renna-T)Uin vo 
leaga'B la hCCe-o hUa Concobuip. — 'Ca'Dg vaií, mac 
CCe'ba, quieuic in ChfiirTX)'*. 

]CaL 1an.[p.' i.^Lix."], CCnno T)oniini m.' cc." lxx.'[-iii.f* 
Concobufi bui-De, mac CCi|i7: hUi Uuaific, pí bfieipne,T)o 
matiboB la mac Concobuip, mic "Chisepna^ijn hUi Con- 
cobuip 7 jiomafiba^ in z-é |ioma|i6. — Oacai'5 má^ 
A 62o mau^amna quieuiTJin [Chpifco]. — | Cpec^ t)o -oenum vo 
8hiupcan T^'CifeT^fia ifin Copunn 7 becan t)o macaiB 
|ii5 Connafo vo bfieié pofipa 7 aimglicuf vo T)enum qie 
pupail T)íU)c'Daine, suii'mapbffb T)omnall, mac "Oonn- 
ca'Da, mic ma^nufa 7 magnuf, mac CCipc 7 OijiecTXic 
mac CCe'Bu^ain^ 7 CCe-b hlla bipn 7 T)aine im-Ba aili.* 

(LoT)OUicup,* iT)on, Lo'oaif naem, pi§ Pinanc, t)o t)uI 
cum nime, T)ecimo quapco |CalenT)af SepTnmbfxif, m 
blia'5ain fi, 1270; iT)on, LoDaif, mac io'oaif.*) 

A.D. 1269. ' a lons— A. ' mheiUc, A. The t. h. wrote riiec ; ^í 
vas inserted, n. t. h. ** 1272, overhead, n. t. h.,B ; alias 1271, n. t. h., C. 
* mac THhes (CaTiticaié) — »on of Mac {Carrthai'gh), B. dom., A. 

AD. 1270. » cTieac, B. »— san, A. * eile, A ; íí , B. *> 1273, over- 
head, n. t. h., B ; alias 1272 ; rrl 1273, n. t. h., C. «-c (^ n,,^ t. h., A ; om., 
B, C, D. 

[1272] * Maurice^ etc, — From this 
entry to the textual year 1281 (= 
1284) inclusive, these Annals are 
three year8 antedated. 

' Clann - Muircertaigh, — Dtscen- 

dents of Muircertach (the Momonian, 
Bon of Turlough Mor O'Conor, king 
of Coniiacht). 

» Tadhg the jB/i«<í.— Grandson of 
Cathal Bed-hand 0*Conor, king of 


the castle of Sligeacli and the castle of Ath-líag were [1271] 
levelled by Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh [Ua Conchobair]. 

[A.D. 1272]. Maurice,^ son of Donnchadh [Ua Mael- [i272Bi8.] 
raanaigb] lord of Tir-Oilella, one that waa the best of the 
Connachtmen for hospitalitj and gratuitjr, died in Mur- 
bach, in tbe camp of Ua Domnaill and he was carried to the 
Monasterj of the BuiU and bonourabljr buried tberein. — 
Tbe Clann-Muircertaigb^ went into the West of Connacbt, 
so that Hoidsi Mac Mebric and Henry Butler were killed 
by tbem. — The castle of Rinn-duin was levelled by Aedb Ua 
Concbobuir. — Tadbg the Blind,* son of Aedb, rested in 

Xalends of Jan. [on Ist feria, 9tb of the nioon,] a.d. |12781 
12 70^ [-3]. Conchobur tbe Tawny, son of Art Ua Ruairc, 
king of Breifni, was killed by the son of Conchobur, son 
of Tigeman Ua Concobuir and be who killed [bim] was 
killed therein. — ^Eochaidb Mac Mathgamna [king of Oirg- 
bialla] rested in Christ.* — A f oray was made by Jordan de 
Exeter into tbe Corann. And a few of the sons of tbe 
kjng8 of Connacht overtook tbem and an imprudence was 
committed [by the Connacht leaders] througb advice of 
evil persons, so that Domnall, son of Donnchadh, son of 
Magbnus [Ua Conchobair] and Magbnus, son of Art [Ua 
Conchobair] and Oirechtacb Mac Aedhugain and Aedb Ua 
Bim and many other persons wcre killed. 

(Louis,^ namely, Saint Louis, king of the Frencb, went (1270) 
to beaven on tbe 14tb of the Xalends of September [Aug. 
19] tbis year, 1270. Tbat is Louis [IX.], son of Louis 

Connaoht, acoording to the A. L. 
C7. ; which add that he was blinded 
b^ the 0*Reilly8 (oo. CaTan). 

[1273] *7^7a— AU the entriea 
of the (textual) jear 1270 are given 
in the A. L, C, nnder 1273. 

*Rehted in Chriat, —But the 
A, L, C. state that he and manj 
others along with him were slain 
\>y O'Hanlon and the Cenel-Owen. 

(1270) 1 jLomí*.— Died Ang. 25 
{L'Art de térif, U§ daies), 1270; 



ccMMalcc ulorDíi. 

Comain 7 caiflen Slip§ 7 caiflen CCéa-líag t)0 le^a^ la 
hOCe'b, mac pei'olimre. 
[bif.] [CC.T). ín.*' cc' Ixoc.' 11.**] THuippf, mac ^Oonnca-Ba, 
ci^epna "Chipe-hOilella, nec 'oob' peixp einec 7 nnnlacoB 
•00 ConnaccaiB, to é^ a 1ínu|i15ac illonspojit;^ hUi *Ooni- 
naill 7 a bpeié co ÍHamifceíi na buille 7 a ffonucal 
inT)ci co honopac. — Clann-íriuipcepTOi^ w "bul 1 n- 
lapcap Chonnacr;, ^uíi'maiiba'b leo hOi'Ofi Triac 
THhebíiic* 7 h(Xn|ií buiciLlép.. — Caiflen Renna-T)Uin vo 
leaga-B la hCCe-D hUa Concobuiji. — 'Ca'Dg 'oall, mac 
CCe'fia, quieuir in ChfiirTX)'*. 

]CaL 1an.[p.' i.,l.ix.*], CCnno T)omini ÍH.* cc.** locx."[-iii.J'* 
Concobup bui'oe, Tílac CCipc hUi ftuaific, \i\ bfieipne,T)o 
maTiba'5 la mac Concobuip, mic "Chi^epna^ijn hUi Con- 
cobuip. 7 jiomajiba'o in r-é fiomapB. — Oacai'5 Tná^ 
A 62o Tnou^amna quieuii; in [Chfiif co]. — | Cpec^ T)o 'benum t)0 
8hiupcan T^'Cifeupa ipin Co|iunn 7 becan t)0 macaiS 
1115 Connacc t)o bpeic poppa 7 aimglicup t)o T)enum q[ie 
pupail T)poc*Daine, ^up'mapba'b T)omnalL, mac "Oonn- 
ca-oa, mic TTla^nupa 7 Tnagnup, mac CCi|ic 7 Oi[vecTXic 
Tnac CCe'DU^ain^ 7 CCe'D hUa bipn 7 vame im-Ba aili.* 

(LoT)OUicup,' iT)on, Lo'oaif naeíTi, pi§ ppanc, t)o t)uI 
cum nime, T)ecimo quapr^o |CalenT)ap Sepnmbfxif, m 
blia'Dain pi, 1270; iT)on, Lo'Saip, mac Lo'&aip.*) 

A.D. 1269. 'alons— A. 'mheiUc.A. The t. h. wrote liiec ; tií 
vas inserted, n. t. h. *» 1272, overhead, n. t. h.,B ; alias 1271, n. t. h., C. 
« mac mhe5 (Ca|ititaij;) — son o/Mac (Carrthoi'gh), B. ^ om., A. 

AD. 1270. » qfieac, B. '— 5;an, A. * eile, A ; íí . B. *> 1273, orer- 
head, n. t. h., B ; alias 1272 ; vel 1273, n. t. h., C. «-c (, m., th., A ; om.i 
B, C, D. 

[1272] * Maurieef etc. — From this 
entry to the textual year 1281 (= 
1284) inclusive, these Annals are 
three year8 antedated. 

* Clann - Muircertaigh, — Dtscen- 

dents o/ Muireertach (the Momooian, 
Bon of Turlough Mor O'Conor, Idng 
of Connacht). 

* Tadhg the iB/in<^— Grandson of 
Cathal Ked-hand 0*Conor, king of 


the castle of Sligeacli and the castle of Ath-líag were [1271] 
levelled by Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh [XJa Concliobair]. 

[A.D. 1272]. Maurice,^ son of Donnchadh [Ua Mael- [i272Bi8.] 
raanaigh] lord of Tir-Oilella, one that waa the best of the 
Connachtmen for hospitalitj and gratuitjr, died in Mur- 
bach, in tbe camp of XJa Domnaill and he was carríed to tbe 
Monastery of the BuiU and bonourabljr buried tberein. — 
The Clann-Muircertaigb^ went into the West of Connacht, 
so that Hoidsi Mac Mebric and Henrjr Butler were killed 
by them. — The castle of Rinn-duin was levelled by Aedb TJa 
Concbobuir. — Tadhg the Blind,^ son of Aedb, rested in 

Xalends of Jan. [on Ist feria, 9th of the nioon,] a.d. |12781 
12 70^ [-3]. Conchobur the Tawny, son of Art Ua Ruairc, 
king of Breifni, was killed by the son of Conchobur, son 
of Tigeman Ua Concobuir and he who killed [bim] was 
killed therein. — Eochaidb Mac Mathgamna [king of Oirg- 
bialla] rested in Christ.^ — A foray wasmade by Jordan de 
Exeter into the Corann. And a few of the sons of the 
kjng8 of Connacht overtook them and an imprudence was 
committed [by the Connacht leaders] througb advice of 
evil persons, so that Domnall, son of Donnchadh, son of 
Maghnus [Ua Conchobair] and Magbnus, son of Art [XJa 
Conchobair] and Oirechtacb Mac Aedhugain and Aedb Ua 
Bim and many otber persons were killed. 

(Louis,^ namely, Saint Louis, king of the Frencb, went (1270) 
to beaven on the 14tb of the Xalends of September [Aug. 
19] this year, 1270. That is Louis [IX.], son of Louis 

Cofinaoht, acoording to the A, L, 
C ; which add that he was blinded 
by the O'Reilljs (oo. CaTan). 

[1273] »7^70.— All the entrie« 
of the (textual) year 1270 are given 
in the A. L. C. nnder 1273. 

^Resttd in Chriat. —Bvit the 
A. L. C. state that he and manj 
others along with him were alain 
by O'Hanlon and the Cenel-Owen. 

(1270) 1 jLokw.— Died Aug. 26 
{DArt dé vérif. le§ daies), 1270; 



aNMalcc ulorDíi. 

CoTnaiTí 7 caiflen 8I1515 7 caiflen CCéa-líag "oo lega^ la 
hOCe'b, mac pei'olimée. 
[bif.] [a;.T). m.' cc." Ixoc.^ n.^ muifisir, mac T)onnca-5a, 
Tn^epna "Chipe-hOilella, nec 'oob' peixp einec 7 nnnlacaí 
•00 ConnaccaiB, "do é^ a mupBac illon^poiiT;^ hUi T)oni- 
naill 7 a bpeié co mainifceíi na buille 7 a o^nucal 
inTO) co honoíiac. — Clann-muipcepT:ai§ w -bul 1 n- 
lafirap Chonnacr;, ^uii'mapbao leo hOiT)fi mac 
mhebpic* 7 hCCnpí buiciLléfi. — Caiplen flenna-T)Uin vo 
leaga'B la h(Xe*D hUa Concobuiji. — 'Ca'Dg 'oall, mac 
CCe'5a, quieuii: in Chfiirco'*. 

]CaL 1an.[p.' i.,l.ix.*], CCnno T)oniini m.* cc." Locx."[-iii.J** 
Concobufi bui-De, mac CCipr; hUi Huaific, fií bpeipne,TK) 
mayiba'5 la mac Concobui|i, mic 'Chigepna^iJn hUi Con- 
cobuip. 7 fiomapba'o in z-é poma|it5. — Oacai-b mó^ 
A 62o mau^amna quieuicin [Chfiifco]. — | Cjiec^ vo -oenum vo 
^hiufiTOn 'D*6ifec|ia ifin Copunn 7 becan t)o macaiB 
1115 Connacr; vo bjieié pofipa 7 aimglicuf t)0 T>enum q[ie 
pupail T)íioc"Daine, suji'mapba'D T)omnall, mac "Oonn- 
ca'oa, mic ma^nupa 7 magnuf , mac CCipc 7 Oijieccac 
mac CCe'DU^ain^ 7 CCe'D hUa bipn 7 T)aine im^oa aili.* 

(LoT)OUicuf,* iT)on, Lo'oaip naeíTi, ^15 Pinanc, t>o t>uI 
cum nime, T)ecimo quapco |CalenT)ap SepTnmbfxif, m 
blia'oain fi, 1270; iT)on, Lo-Daif, mac Lo-Daif.*) 

A.D. 1269. 'alons— A. »mhe|\Sc.A. The t. h. wrote ihec ; rií 
vas inserted, n. t. h. ** 1272, overhead, n. t. h.,B ; alias 1271, n. t. h., C. 
« mac THhes (Cap,titaié) — »on o/Mae {Carrthaigh), B. dom., A. 

AD. 1270. » cTieac, B. '—gan, A. » eile, A ; íí , B. ^ 1273, over- 
head, n. t. h., B ; alias 1272 ; rrl 1273, n. t. h., C. ^-cf^ n,^^ ^.h., A ; om.i 
B, C, D. 

[1272] * J/aunre, etc. — From this 
entry to the textual year 1281 (= 
1284) inclasive, these Annals are 
three jrears antedated. 

* Clann - Muircertaigh, — Dtsctn- 

dents o/ Muireertach (the Momonianv 
8on of Turlough Mor O'Conor, king 
of Connacht). 

* Tadhg the BUnd,—GTMndaoTi of 
Cathal Red-hand O^Conor, king of 


the castle of Sligeacli and tlie castle of Ath-liag were [1271] 
levelled by Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh [Ua Concliobair]. 

[A.D. 1272]. Maurice,^ son of Donnchadh [Ua Mael- [i272Bi8.] 
raanaigb] lord of Tir-Oilella, one that waa the best of the 
Connachtmen for hospitalitj and gratuity, died in Mur- 
bach, in the camp of Ua Domnaill and he was carríed to the 
Monastery of the BuiU and honourably buried therein. — 
The Clann-Muircertaigh^ went into the West of Connacht, 
80 that Hoidsi Mac Mebric and Henry Butler were killed 
by them. — The castle of Rinn-duin was levelled by Aedh Ua 
Conchobuir. — Tadhg the Blind,^ son of Aedh, rested in 

Xalends of Jan. [on Ist feria, 9th of the nioon,] a.d. |12781 
12 70^ [-3]. Conchobur the Tawny, son of Art Ua Ruairc, 
king of Breifni, was killed by the son of Conchobur, son 
of Tigeman Ua Concobuir and he who killed [him] was 
killed therein. — Eochaidh Mac Mathgamna [king of Oirg- 
hialla] rested in Christ.^ — A foray wasmade by Jordan de 
Exeter into the Corann. And a few of the sons of the 
kjngs of Connacht overtook them and an imprudence was 
committed [by the Connacht leaders] through advice of 
evil persons, so that Domnall, son of Donnchadh, son of 
Maghnus [Ua Conchobair] and Maghnus, son of Art [Ua 
Conchobair] and Oirechtach Mac Aedhugain and Aedh Ua 
Bim and many other persons wcre killed. 

(Louis,^ namely, Saint Louis, king of the French, went (1270) 
to heaven on the 14th of the Ealends of September [Aug. 
19] this year, 1270. That is Louis [IX.], son of Louis 

Cofinaoht, acoording to the A. L, 
C. ; which add that he was blinded 
by the O'Reilljs (oo. CaTan). 

[1273] ^I2y0' — All the entries 
of the (textual) jear 1270 are given 
in the Á. L, C. nnder ] 273. 

^Re^ied in Christ. —Btii the 
X. L, C, state that he and manj 
others along with him were alain 
bv O'Hanlon and the Cenel-Owen. 

(1270) 1 jLomí*.— Died Aug. 2ó 
{VArt dé vérif, U§ dates), 1270; 



ccMMalcc ulorDíi. 

Comain 7 caiflen 8I1515 7 caiflen CCca-líag t)0 le^o^ la 
hOCe'D, mac pei'olinire. 
[bif.] [CC,T>. m.^ cc' Ixx.' 11.°] muifi^if, mac T)onnca'Da, 
ci^eiina "Chipe-hOilella, nec 'oob' peixp einec 7 nnnlacoB 
•00 ConnaccaiB, th) é^ a mujiBac illon^popx;^ hUi T)oni- 
naill 7 a bpeié co mamifceíi na buille 7 a a^nucal 
inT)T:i co honopac. — Clann-mui|icepcai§ vo •bul 1 n- 
lapraji Chonnacu, ^up'mapba'b leo hOi'Ofi mac 
mhebjiic* 7 hCCnfií buir^iLlép- — Caiflen Renna-T)Uin vo 
leaga'b la hCCe-D hUa Concobuip. — 'Ca'og T)all, níae 
CCe'fia, quieuic in Chinpx^o'*. 

]CaL 1an.[p.' i.,l.ix.*], CCnno T)oniini m.' cc.** locx.*'[-iii.f* 
Concobufi bui'oe, mac CCipc hUi Uuaific, \i\ bfieipne,T)0 
maixbab la niac Concobuip, nnic "Chi^epna^iln hUi Con- 
cobuip 7 jiomafiba'o in r-é poma|i6. — Oacai-b mó^ 
A 62o mau^amna quieuiTJin [Chfiifco]. — | Cjiec^ vo 'benum vo 
8hiu|iTOn T)'6ifeT:pa ifin Cojiunn 7 becan t)o macaiS 
fiié Connacc vo bpeié poppa 7 aimglicuf t)0 T)enum qie 
pupail T)íioc*Daine, sufi'maíiba-D T)omnalL, mac "Oonn- 
ca'oa, mic magnufa 7 magnup, mac CCipr; 7 Oijieccac 
mac CCe'DU^ain^ 7 CCe'D hUa bipn 7 T)aine im-Ba aili.* 

(LoT)ouicuf,* iT)on, Lo-Daip naeiíi, 1115 P|ianc, t)o t)uI 
cum nime, T)ecimo quapTO |CalenT)ap Septnmbfxif, in 
blio'Dain fi, 1270; iT)on, LoDaif, mac Lo-Daif.*) 

A.D. 1269. 'along— , A. 'írihetiíc, A. The t. h. wrote liiec ; t^í 
vas inserted, n. t. h. *» 1272, overhead, n. t. h.,B ; alias 1271, n. t. h., C. 
* Tnac rnhe5 (Ca|i|icai5) — son o/Mac {Carrtha^gh), B. dom., A. 

AD. 1270. » qfieac, B. ^—^an, A. * eile, A ; íí , B. *> 1273, over- 
head, n. t. h., B ; alias 1272 ; rel 1273, n. t. h., C. <=■« t, m., t.h., A ; om.f 
B, C, D. 

[1272] * Maurice, etc, — From this 
entry to the textual year 1281 (= 
1284) inclusive, these Annals are 
three year8 antedated. 

' Clann - Muircertaigh, — Descen- 

denti of Muireertach (the Momonian, 
Bon of Turlough Mor O'Conor, Idng 
of Connacht). 

* Tadhg ihe BUnd,—GT9JidaoTi of 
Cathal Ked-hand O'Conor, king of 


the castle of Sligeacli and the castle of Ath-liag were [1271] 
levelled by Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh [Ua Conchobair]. 

[A.D. 1272]. Maurice,^ son of Donnchadh [Ua Mael- [i272Bi8.] 
raanaigb] lord of Tir-Oilella, one that waa the best of the 
Connachtmen for hospitalitj and gratuity, died in Mur- 
bach, in the camp of Ua Domnaill and he was carríed to the 
Monastery of the BuiU and honourably buried therein. — 
The Clann-Muircertaigh^ went into the West of Connacht, 
so that Hoidsi Mac Mebric and Henry Butler were killed 
by them. — The castle of Rinn-duin was levelled by Aedh Ua 
Conchobuir. — Tadhg the Blind,* son of Aedh, rested in 

Xalends of Jan. [on Ist feria, 9th of the nioon,] a.d. |12781 
12 70^ [-3]. Conchobur the Tawny, son of Art Ua Ruairc, 
king of Breifni, was killed by the son of Conchobur, son 
of Tigeman Ua Concobuir and he who killed [him] was 
killed therein. — ^Eochaidh Mac Mathgamna [king of Oirg- 
hialla] rested in Christ.^ — A foray wasmade by Jordan de 
Exeter into the Corann. And a few of the sons of the 
kjngs of Connacht overtook them and an imprudence was 
committed [by the Connacht leaders] through advice of 
evil persons, so that Domnall, son of Donnchadh, son of 
Maghnus [Ua Conchobair] and Maghnus, son of Art [Ua 
Conchobair] and Oirechtach Mac Aedhugain and Aedh Ua 
Bim and many otber persons wcre killed. 

(Louis,^ namely, Saint Louis, king of the French, went (1270) 
to heaven on the 14th of the Ealends of September [Aug. 
19] this year, 1270. That is Louis [IX.], son of Louis 

Connacht, according to the A, L, 
C. ; which add that he was blinded 
by the O'Reilljs (co. CaTan). 

[1273] »7^70.— AU the entries 
of the (textual) year 1270 are given 
in the ^. L. C. nnder 1273. 

^RthUd in Christ.—But the 
A, L. C. state that he and manjr 
others along with him were slain 
by O'Hanlon and the Cenel-Owen. 

(1270) 1 jLo«w.--Died Aug. 26 
{VArt de vérif. U§ dates), 1270; 



ccMMalcc ulorDíi. 

ComaiTi 7 caiflen 8I1515 7 caiflen CCía-lía^ t)o le^a^ la 
hOCe'D, mac pei'oliniée. 
[bif.] [a;.T). m.** cc^ Ixx.' n.^ muifisir, mac T>onn£a*a, 
ci^epna "Chifie-hOileUa, nec 'oob' pepp einec 7 cinnlacaí 
•00 ConnaccaiB, 7)0 é^ a mujiBac illon^poiic^ hUi *Ooni- 
naill 7 a bpeié co mamifceíi na buille 7 a o^nucal 
inTCi co honopac. — Clann-mui|icepTOi§ tx) -bul 1 n- 
laixraji Chonnacr;, ^up'mapboo leo hOi7)fi mac 
mhebfiic* 7 hCCnpí Ouit;iLIóíi. — Caiflen Uenna-'ouin vo 
leaga'D la hCCe-o hUa Concobuip. — 'Ca'og 'oall, mae 
CCe'5a, quieuic in Ch|iipco'*. 

]CaL 1an.[p.' i.,l.ix.*], CCnno T)omini m.' cc." Locx."[-iii.f* 
Concobufi bui'oe, mac CCip?: hUi Uuaific, |ií bfxeipie, "00 
mapba'S la mac Concobuip, mic 'Chigepna^iJn hUi Con- 
cobuip 7 jiomajiba'B in r-ó fiomafiB. — Oacai'5 má^ 
A 62o mau^amna quieuic in [Chfiifco]. — | Cjiec^ 'oo 'benum ^00 
8hiupTOn 'o'eiferjfia ifin Cojiunn 7 becan 'oo macaiS 
fiié Connacc 'oo bpeié popfia 7 aimglicuf "00 'oenum qfie 
pupail 'Ofioc'Daine, ^up'matiba'b T)omnall, mac "Oonn- 
ca'oa, mic ma^nupa 7 ma§nuf, mac CCipc 7 0i|16CTOC 
mac CCe'Bu^ain^ 7 CCe'5 hUa bipn 7 'oaine im-Ba aili.* 

(Lo'DOUicuf,' i'Don, Lo-oaif naeiíi, |ii§ Pfianc, 'oo "oul 
cum nime, •oecimo quafico jCalen'oap 8epnmbfiif, m 
^1106^1^ fi, 1270; i'Don, 10*5^1^, mac io'Bair.'') 

A.D. 1269. 'alons— , A. 'mhexiScA. The t. h. wrote liiec ; tií 
vas inserted, n. t. h. *» 1272, overhead, n. t. h.,B ; alias 1271, n. t. h., C. 
* mac mheg (Cap,titai5) — aon of Mac {Carrthaigh), B. dom., A. 

AD. 1270. » qrveac, B. '— gan, A. * eile, A ; íí , B. *> 1273, over- 
head, n. t. h., B ; alias 1272 ; rd 1273, n. t. h., C. c-c t^ m^^ ^^ jj^^ '^ . qj^ 

B, C, D. 

[1272] ^ ^faurice, etc. — From this 
entry to the textual year 1281 (= 
1284) inclusive, these Annals are 
three jears antedated. 

' Clann - Muircertaigh, — Dtscen- 

dents o/ Muireertach (the Momoniin, 
8on of Tarlough Mor O'Conor, king 
of Connacht). 

* Tadhg the B/tW.— Grandson of 
Cathal Bed-hand O^Conor, king of 


the castle of Sligeacli and the castle of Ath-liag were [1271] 
levelled by Aedh, son of Feidhlímidh [Ua Conchobair]. 

[A.D. 1272]. Maurice,^ son of Donnchadh [Ua Mael- [i272Bi8.] 
roanaigh] lord of Tir-Oilella, one that waa the best of the 
Connachtmen for hospitalitj and gratuity, died in Mur- 
bach, in the camp of Ua Domnaill and he was carríed to the 
Monastery of the BuiU and honourably buried therein. — 
The Clann-Muircertaigh^ went into the West of Connacht, 
80 that Hoidsi Mac Mebric and Henry Butler were killed 
by them. — The castle of Rinn-duin was levelled by Aedh Ua 
Conchobuir. — Tadhg the Blind,* son of Aedh, rested in 

Xalends of Jan. [on Ist feria, 9th of the nioon,] a.d. |12781 
12 70^ [-3]. Conchobur the Tawny, son of Art Ua Ruairc, 
king of Breifni, was killed by the son of Conchobur, son 
of Tigeman Ua Concobuir and he who killed [him] was 
killed therein. — Eochaidh Mac Mathgamna [king of Oirg- 
hialhi] rested in Christ.^ — A foray wasmade by Jordan de 
Exeter into the Corann. And a few of the sons of the 
kings of Connacht overtook them and an imprudence was 
committed [by the Connacht leaders] through advice of 
evil persons, so that Domnall, son of Donnchadh, son of 
Maghnus [Ua Conchobair] and Maghnus, son of Art [Ua 
Conchobair] and Oirechtach Mac Aedhugain and Aedh Ua 
Bim and many other persons were hilled. 

(Louis,^ namely, Saint Louis, king of the French, went (1270) 
to heaven on the 14th of the Kalends of September [Aug. 
19] this year, 1270. That is Louis [IX.], son of Louis 

Connaoht, according to the A, L, 
C, ; which add that he was blinded 
by the O'Reilljs (co. Cavan). 

[1273] i/^/o.— All the entriea 
of the (textual) year 1270 are given 
in the A. L. C, under 1273. 

* Rested in Christ. — But the 
A, L, C, state that he and manj 
others along with him were slain 
by O'Hanlon and the Cenel-Owen. 

(1270) IjLo«w.— Died Aug. 25 
{VArt de vérif, le§ daies), 1270; 



ccMMata uLoDT). 

B64b ]Cal.1an. [p'n.» l- acoc.'], CCnnoT)oTnini 1ín.**cc.**liac°i.'**' 
[-iu.°] "Ooriinall, mac ínagnufa, mic ílíluiíice|irai§ 
íTluininíé hUi Concobui|i, fai bpuinnci 7 peicetíi coix^cenn, 
comlan*" von ci'niu'5 •oaenna, quieuii: in [Ch]iifTX)]. — 
^illa-na-naem pepgail, aen íio^u^ caif ec Bfienn 1* n-a* 
aímfi]i pein, quieuic'* in [Ch|iifro].** — CCe^, mac pei'b- 
limée* hUi Concobui]i, fii Connacx; 7 crBbup aiíiT)fii§ 
Cpenn, peji ba mó ^pain 7 cofj^afi 'oobí 1 n-6íiinn, 
quieuiT; in [ChpifT:o]. — 'Ci^eiinan, mac CCe^a hlli 
Tluai|ic, pí bpeipne, quieuir; in [Ch|iifT;o]. — Bogan, mac 
Tluai'5pi hUi* Concobai|i, pi Connacc pepairi, ama|iba6 
1 1ínainifci|i na m-bpacap 1 Uop-Comain (la*a bpairfnB 
pein'). — CCe^, mac Carail 'ooiU hUi Concobuip, |ií Con- 
nacr; fte CQeici'Bif, quieuir; in [Chpiftx)] (T)omapba'5' 
la 'Commalrac ínha^OíficacTOig 7 vo comaiple 5^lla- 
CfiifT; hUi bhipn.*). — Caral ína^ phlannca-ba, caifec 
T)apT:pai5i, Quieuir: in [Chpifr;o]. — 'Ca^Bg hUa* T)alai^ 
(i'Don,' mac CepBail bui'oe, 'o'ap n-T)oi50, fai maié pe 
•oan, quieuic in [Chpifco]. — Caipbpi hUa Sguaba, efpuc 
'Cipe-Conaill, (in' Chpi]To quieuic exf) in Cupia obiir. 

(mail-Seaclainn,'' mac CCmlaiiíi, mic CCipc hUi 
Ruaipc, P15 T)apcpai^o, 'oo mapba'o la ConcuBap, mac 
T)omnaill, mic íleill hUi fluaipc.**) 

A.D. 1271. ^-CL B. *-*na (aphaeresis of i), A. '-ttii'Ó, B. *1, A. 
*0, A ^ 1274 overhead, n. t. h., B ; reciiua 1274, n. t. h., C. =om., B. 
**<*oin., A. ••• itl., n. t. h., A; om., B, C, D. "itl., t. h., B; om., A; 
given in G, D. 9*in Christo quieuit is tbe textual reading in B. Et in 
curia obiit is interlined, t. h. G has in Christo quievit^ with in curia inter- 
lined. D givea quievit, ^-^ n. t. h., A ; om., B, G, D. 

canonized by Boniface VIII., Aug. 
11, 1297. 

L1274] ^ /^//.— The first of entry 
the (textual) year 1271 is dated 1273 
in the A*L, C. The others (except 
the last, which is under 1275) are 
given at 1274 in the same Annals. 

' Aedh, — Thufl fre€ly rendcred in 

D : Odo Mao Feilem I Conor, rex 
Conaciae, qni fuit expectatof 
futurus rex Hibemie propter raa 
magnalia acta oontra Anglioaoos, 
oum quibus cunotis diebua soe vite 
incessanter luctabat, quieuit. 

In the A, L. C, Aedh isi said to 
have died on Thursdaj, Ma^ 3, tbe 



Xalénds of Jan. [on 2nd feria, 20tli of the moon], a.d. [1274] 
1271 ^[-4]. Domnall, son of Maghnus, son of Muircertaeh 
TJa Concbobuir theMomonian,emment donor and a general, 
perfect benefactor to the human race, rested in Christ. — 
Gilla-na-naem OTerghail, the most choice of the chiefs of 
Ireland in his own time, rested in Christ. — Aedh,^ son of 
FeidhHmidh XJa Conchobuir, king of Connacht and f uture 
arch-king of Ireland, the man most feared and victorious 
that was in Ireland, rested in Christ. — Tigernan, son of 
Aedh Ua Ruairc, king of Breifni, rested in Christ — 
Eogan, son of Ruaidhri Ua Concobair, king of Connacht 
for a quarter [of a year], was killed in the Monasterjr of 
the Friars in Ros-Comain (by his own fciiisraen). — ^Aedh, 
8on of Cathal Ua Concobuir the Blind, king of Connacht 
for a fortnight, rested* in Christ. (He was killed by 
Tomaltach Mag Oirechtaigh and by counsel of Gilla- 
Crist Ua Bim.) — Cathal Mag Flannchadha, chief of 
Dartraighe, rested in Christ. — Tadhg Ua Dalaigh (namelv, 
8on of Cerball the Tawnv, in our opinion), a good master 
in poetry, rested in Christ. — Cairbre Ua Sguaba, bishop 
of Tir-Conaill, (rested in Christ and) died in the Curia.* 

(Mail-Sechlainn,^ son of Amlaimh, son of Art Ua Ruairc, (1271) 
king of Dartraighi, was killed by Conchubhar, son of 
Domnall, son of Niall Ua Ruairc.) 

feast of the Fiuding of the Holy 
Cro88. Accordinglj, at this year 
the Annah of UUter are three jears 
in advance. In 1274, Maj 3 fell 
on Thursdaj ; in 1271, on Sanday. 

^Reéted, — Namely, died a natural 
death. So the two MSS. and the 
twotranslationa. fi uttherecanbeno 
doubt, f rom the proofs given in the 
A. L, C.y that he was alain. ThjB 
o^rrection interlined in A is con- 
8eqaently well founded. 

* Died in the Cttria.— That is, in 

the Papal Coiirt. * Ware (^BUhopt, 
ed. Harris, p. 271) states on ihe 
authority of the ** Annals of Loch- 
Kee ** that Bishop O'Scoba díed at 
Rome ; but it is clear that Waro 
did not quote from the original of 
the present Tolume^, as there is no 
mention of Rome either in this MS., 
or in the so-called Annals of Con- 
nacht* (Note to A. L. C, i. p. 
478. ) Ware most probably quoted 
f rom C, in which in Curia is inter- 
lined over in Christo. 

(1271) » Mail'Seehla{mu—QiYesx 

350 ccMMaLa ulcroti. 

]Cal lan. [p.' 111., L 1.'], CCnnoT)omim Íll.*cc.*lxx.*ii.** 
[-u.'] CCfiZ, mac Cacail piabaié, pí b|ieipne, moiiCTup 
erc. — Ruai-bíii, mac Tx)iíip'5elbai§ hUi Concobuiji, vo 
^aBail 7)0 bfiacaiji péin, t>o 'Chabg, mac 'Choi|iii'5elbai§ 
hUi* Concobaip (7 'Ca^Bg, mac Caécnl, mic "OiaiimoDa, 
•00 aíigain uile leif") 7 Concobup, mac pep.5aiL, mic 
T)onnca5a, mic ínuiiice|iixii§, vo mapbofe v*a bjiaÉaiii 
péin. — 1n c-eppuc hUa^ Lai-Big,^ en^uc Cille-aUr&, quieuix; 
in [ChfiifTX)]. 

(Ruai§iii** hUa ConcuBaiji T)'elo§ 7 Con6uBa|i hUa 
hOCinb 7)0 bpeic leip 7 a leanmuin ^u maié 7 bfxeié ap 
ConcuBaji 7 a TftafibcrD. — Caipbfie hUa fguaba, epfcop 
Raéa-boé, quieuic. — CCpc, mac Caéail piabai§, pi 
bpeípne, T>o majiba-o 7)0 íllhuininp-5heapu'5an. — Comap 
íTlhacc ^haíftpusain -oo TÍiapba5 La Cinel-Luacan.^) 

[bip] ]caL lan. [p.' 1111. L ocii.'], CCnno T)omini m.'ccLtx.* 
iii.°*'[-ui."] CCe-^ ínuimnec, macpei'5lim€e,^T>o€iaccain 
apn ínumain imepc Connacc 7 zmcz^ T)oClainn Caipp- 

A.D. 1272. i.iUallai'ws, A— »» 1275 overhead, n. t h., B ; «/iVw, 

1275, n. t h., C. ceom., B, C, D. The portion within braokeU is itL, 
n. t. h. ^-^ n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1273. »-mit>, B. •^coéc, B. »» 1276, overhead, n. t. h., B ; úUms, 

1276, n. t. h., C. 

under 1274 in the A. L. C. It ia 
accordingly misplaced here. 

[1275] */^7^.— Theentrietsbotb 
orig^al and added, of the (textual) 
jear 1272 are dated 1275 in the 

' DUd. — The second additional 
entrj (which waa inserted perhaps 
to correct this and with which the 
A. L. C. agree) states that he was 

* By hii own kinsman. — Omitted 
in D, which adds : O'Donill aspor- 

tatia nauioulis ad Luagh Eame et ' wpra. 

exinde ad Luagh Uoghtiar etibi 
circumiacientium omniuia diuitias 
reperit et tandem, Bubiugatia cir- 
cumquaque incolis illarum terra- 
rum, cum sumna victoria rediit 

The orig^al is given in the /Vnr 
Masíers at 1272. 

*Laidhig. — Lajdin, C ; Lagairt, 
with Laidin overhead, D. 

(1272) » Í7«5íua5a.— See[1274j, 
note 4, supra. 

^Thomas — See [1271], note 4, 



£alends of Jan. [on 3rd feria, Ist of the moon,] a.d. [127«] 
1272i[-5]. Art, son of Cathal the Swarthjr [Ua Ruairc], 
kmg^ of Breifiii, died.^ — ^Ruaidhrí, son of Toirrdhelbach 
Ua Concobuir, was taken prisoner by his own kin8man,* 
[namely] by Tadhg, son of Toirrdhelbach TJa Conchobair 
(and Tadhg, son of Cathal Mac Diarmoda was despoiled 
completely by him) and Conchobur, son of Ferghal, son 
of Donnchadb, son of Muircertach, was killed by his own 
kin8man. — The bishop Ua Laidhig,* bishop of Cell-aladh> 
rested in Chríst. 

(Ruaighrí Ua Conchubhair escaped and took Conchu- (1272) 
bhar Ua Ainli with him. But they were well followed 
and Conchubar was caught and killed. — Cairbre Ua 
Sguaba,^ bishop of Rath-both, rested. — Ai*t, son of Cathal 
the Swarthy [Ua Ruairc], king of Breifni, was killed by 
the Muinnter-Ghearudhan. — Thomas'* Mag Shamhrughain 
was killed by the Cenel-Luachan.) 

Xalends of Jan. [on 4th feria, láth of the moon], a.d. [i276Bis.l 
1273i[-6]. Aedh» the Momonian, son of Feidhlimidh [Ua 
Conchobair], came out of Munster into the midst of Con- 
nacht and the children of Toirrdhelbach [Ua Conchobair] 

[1276] ^i2^j.—The entries of 
Ihe (textual) yeap 1273 are gÍTen 
in the A.L.C. under 1276. 

^Aedh.—ThÍB item Í8 rather a 
mnemonic note than a historioal 
reoord. Its brevitj is misleading, 
as well as obscure. According to 
Mageoghegan's Version of the 
Annali of Chnmcicnoise : *^ A base 
son vrM presented to Feljm Mac 
Cahall Crovederg O'Connor, after 
tue death of eaíd Ffelym a long 
spaoe, who was called Hugh Moj- 
neagh, becaute he was nurished 
and brought up in Munstor and 
came to Connoght from thence. 

And as soon as he came and was 
known to be the son of Feljm, 
Silmoreje [Sil-Muiredhaigh, the 
O'Conors] and Clann Mojleronie 
[SU-Mailruanaigh, the O^Fljnns] 
accepted of him and had him in 
great accoumpt and revereace. ' 

On being accepted ae king, the 
sons of Toirdelbach (Torlough), 
Ruaidhri and Tadhg, fled into 
TirconnoU to O'DonneU. Their 
coming into the country ifl the foraj 
mentioned in the firat additional 
entry. They were slain in 1278(=: 
1275 of the text). 


aNMalxx UlCTDrí. 


2 64c 

•5elbai§ atTip/ — T)ia|iínaic, niac 5ille-mui|ie ! hUi 
THhoíina, pi tlla'5, quieuic in [ChjiifTiX)]. — Ctiec** do 
•benum 'oo mac phei-Dlimée ap Clainn-1ínuitice|iTOi§ 7 1 
-coiiaToect; na cpeice fiomaiiba'B ^illa-na-n-ainsel 
Conixai.** — T)oninall, mac í^eill, mic Congalaig hUi 
Tluai|ic {ji}f a |iaicea 5^1-1'«^" 1 n ni e'), vo mapbo* 
lahUa Tleccain. 

(Cíieac^T)o '5enuni le Cloinn 'Coifip'oealbais afi mac 
phei-blimírle 7 ap macaiB ÍHic "Ohiafimmo'oa 7 gilla- 
C|iifD hUa 1ínail-b|ienainn "do maiiba-D leo an la fin. — 
^iUa-CpifT) hUa Tleaccain 7 Uilliam hUa TleacTOin "00 
maiiba-D La Ruaigpi, mac T^oipp'oealbaig hUi Concu- 

lCaL lan. [p.* ui.» l. xx.111.'] CCnno T)omini TH.'cc.^'bcx.' 
iiii.****[-uii.] ^illa-na-naem hUa^ bipn quieuic in 
[ChtiifT^o]. — bpian pua'O hUa bpiain quieuic in 
[ChpifT^o]. — bpaen hUa línail-moceipgi,^ ab Cenannpa,* 
in*" ChpifTO quieuiT:.*' 

A.D. 1273. • « ipin cifi — into the eountry, B, C ; om., D. •*■** om., 
B, C, D. «^itl., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. " n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1274. iQ, A. «rriaeil— , B. »CeananT>fa, B.— »> 1277, over- 
head, n. t. h., B ; altas^ 1276, n. t. h., C. '^■^qmeuic m, B. 

^Son. — The Four Majitera give 
Mag Giolla Muire, omitting Ua 
Moma. (Tlie^^tor of the A. L. C. 
i. p. 479, 8ay8 by overnight that 
they call him O'Gillamuire.) They 
add that he was lord oí Leth-Cathail 
(Lecale, co. Down). 

* aann-Muircertaigh,—See[l2n] 
note 2, supra, 

*i>omna//. — Donaldus 0'Roirk 
ocoimiB per O'Neachten, D. It 
adds : O'Donill, Donaldua luuenis» 
oollecto magno exercitu ex Conacia 
et Connallia, invaait Tiroaiam et 
depredata undique patria redii^ 

victoriosus cum obsidibus multis et 
ingenti preda omnis generia. 

The original is given iu the Fottr 
Matttrs at 1273. 

(1273) ^-á/oray.— Thisandthe 
foUowing entry are given in the 
A. L. C. at 1276. They wer« 
placed here perhaps as having re- 
ference to the main subject matter 
of the textual year. 

[1277] ^ 7^7^.— The two eventB 
of the (textual) year, 1275, are 
given in the A. L. C. at 1277. 

^ Rested iu Christ. — That is, died 
a natural death. But this is a veiy 



came intothe countrj [to oppose him]. — Diarmaít,-8on* of [1276Bíb.] 
Gilla-Muire Ua Morna,king of Ulidia, rested in Christ. — A 
forajr was made by the son of Feidhlimidh on the Clann- 
Muircertaigh* and in dríving the prey Gilla-na-naingel Ua 
Conrai was killed. — Domnall,^ son of Niall, son of Con- 
ghalach Ua E>uairc (who was called " Gillie of the butter "), 
was killed by Ua Nechtain. 

(A foray^ was made by the children of Toirrdhealbach (1273) 
on the son of Feidhlimidh and on the sons of Mac Diar- 
moda and Gilla-Crisd Ua Mail-Brenainn was killed by 
them that day. — Gilla-Crisd Ua Neachtain and William 
Ua Neachtain were killed by Ruaighri, son of Toirrdhel- 
bach Ua Conchubhair.) 

Kalend8 of Jan. [on 6th feria, 23rd of the moon], a.d. [1277] 
1274^[-7]. Gilla-na-naem Ua Birn rested in Christ. — 
Brian Ua Briain the Red, rested in Christ.* — Braen* Ua 
Mail-mocheirghi* abbot of Cenannus, rested in Christ. — 

conaiderable error. The event is 
thus described in the Remonstrance 
addressed (Theiner, p. 201) by 
the Irish Magnates, through the 
NuncioB, Cardinals Jocelin and 
Lnlce, to Pope John XXII., about 
1318 : Item, Dominus Thomas de 
Clare, Comitía Glovemiae fGlou- 
oeater] frater, vocans ad domum 
8uam praedarissimum virum, 
Brianum Rufiim, principem Tot- 
moniae, euum compatrinum, cum, 
in maioris confoederationis et 
amiciciae sig^um, de eadem Hostia 
conseorata in duas divisa partes 
nequiter communicavit, ipsum 
denique de consilio nephandae 
gentÍB praedictae subito de mensa 
et convivio arreptum in caudem 
trahi fecit equorum ; amputato 
quoque capite, truncum corporis 
per pedes suspendi fecit in ligno 

(Fordun: Scoíichronicott, Oxon., 
J722, iu. 917-8). 

The Annals of Clonmacnoise 
(Mageoghegan's version, O'D. 
F, M, iii. 426-7) agree with the 
account given in the second addi- 
tional entry of the following year. 

' Braen. — Brien O'Molmocherri 
quieuit, D ; which adds : Hoc 
anno Eoganenses venerunt in 
Connalliam, sperantes sumere vin- 
dictam pro precedenti auDO. £t 
collectá magná pred&, O'DoniU cum 
suis eos insequentes ad confines 
montes Tireone [recte^ ad confínem 
Montis Truim] irruit in eos et 
habitá victoriá restituit sua cum 
multis equis et armatura. 

The original is in the Fuur 
Jíasters at 1276. 

* Mail-mocheirghi. — Devotee of 
early rising. 


aMMalcc ulcroti. 

(gilla-Cfiif^** hUa bi|in,pea|i 5T^a*aCCe'5a hUi Chon- 
cuBaifi, 7)0 tíia|il5a'5 'oo'n S^lla |iua^, mac Loclamn hUi 

jCaL lan. [p.*uii., L 1111.*], CCnnoTDomini ÍTl.* cc* Ixx.' 
u."*'[-uiii."] 'CoBs, niac 'Coifi|i'&elbai§, vo nia|iba& la 
clainn Caiailílílic "Oiaiiniara. — Tluai'&pi,niacToiíifi'5el- 
baig, T)0 niaiiba'5 la ^i^^cc-Cfiir^ tlílas phlannca'fia 7 le 
TDapraai^ aficena, afi bofiT) "Ofioma-cliaB 7 in pefi^njn 
fiiabac, mac 'Cisefinain hUi Concobuifi 7 'oaine aili^ nac 
aifiíííirefi funn. — ^Donncoo 7 pefigal, 'oa mac THuifisifa, 
mic TDonnco^a, mic 'Comalcaig, vo mafxba'o, la "^055, 
mac "Oomnaill Ififiaif. — piuicbeficac hUa 'Daimín, fií 
pefx-íllanac, quieuic in Chfiifco (i'oon,' 1 ze\iz Moin miy 
t?hebfia*!).— niai'Diii Cuínci 'oo rabaifii: 'oo *Oonnca'5, mac 
Ofiiain fiuai'5 7 vo macaiB ailiB^ hUi bfiiain afi in lafila 
O^ Claifie (gufiloif^fea'D* T^eampull Cuince 1 ceann a 
íftuinncepi, gu cugf oo ap 'oiaipni[i'5]e pofifia, ernp lofgcro 
7 niap6a'5'*). — 'Comaf hUa Cui'nn, e]^uc Cluana-mac- 
Woif,* quieuic in [Chfiipro]. — Comalcac ÍTlac Oipeccaij, 
pi§caifec 8hil-niuipe'5ai§, "oo niapba'5 th) na 'CuaéaiC 

(^iUa-na-n-ainseV ab lefa-^abail, mopuuuf^ efc 
Nonif ÍTlapcii. — bfxian pua'S, mac ConcuBaip hUi 

A.D. 1274. o«»n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1275. Jeile, A ; íí., B. ^íl, A, B. »om., B. *-mic— , B. »> 1278. 
overhead, n. t. h., B ; a/í<w, 278, n. t. h., C. «•* itL, n. t. b., A ; itL, t. b., 
B ; om., 0, D. »»■<* itl., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. •-• n. t. h., A ; om., 
B, C, D, 

(1274) ^OiUa-Ctiid {Devotee of 
ChrÍ9t),—QtvveT^ in the A, L. C. 
under 1277. 

[1278] ^/^/j-.— The events of 
tbe (textual) vear, 1275, are in tbe 
A, L. C. at 1278. 

' Tke Swarthtf Parson. — Rector 

f 08008, D. 

* And other, ttc. — * And otber men 
not bere nombred,*' C. 

^The d(ft0t, «/<?.— "Donnougb 
Mac Bryen Roe 0'Bryen gave tbe 
overtbrow of Cojnche to Thomas 
de Clare (the Earle beforo men- 
tioned) and bomt tbe cbarcb of 
Coynche over the beada of tbe Bcdd 
Earle and bis people; wbere 
infínite nombers of people wcra 
both slain and killed tbereiu and 
escaped narrowlj bimself: for 



(Gilla-Crisdi XJa Biro, confidant ot Aedh IJa Concliub- (1274) 
hair, was killed by the " Red GiUie," son of Lochlann TJa 

Kalends of Jan. [on 7th fería, 4th of the moon], a.d. [1278] 
1275i[-8]. Tadhg, son of Toirrdhelbach [Ua Conchobair], 
was killed by the children of Cathal Mac Diarmata. — 
E>uaidhri, son of [the aforesaid] Toirrdhelbach, was killed 
by Gilla-Crist Mao Flannchadha and by the Dartraighi 
besides, on the border of Druim-cliabh and " the Swarthy 
Parson,"* son of Tigernan Ua Conchobuir, and other^ 
persons that are not reckoned here [were killed]. — Donn- 
chadh and Ferghal, two sons of Muirghius, son of Donn- 
chadh, son of Tomaltach [Ua Conchobair], were killed by 
Tadhg, son of Domnall [Ua Conchobair] of Irras. — 
Flaithbertach Ua Daimin, king of Fir-Manach, rested in 
Christ (namely, on the 3rd of the Nones [3rd] of the month 
of February). — The defeat* of CuÍDche was given by 
Donnchadh, son of Brian [Ua Briain] the Red, to the 
Earl of Clare (so that they burned the church of Cuinche 
over the heads of his people [and] inflicted slaughter in. 
numerable upon them, both by burning and killing), — 
Thomas Ua Cuinn,^ bishop of Cluain-mac-Nois, rested in 
Christ — Tomaltach Mac Oirechtaigh, royal chief of Sil- 
Muiredhaigh, was killed by " the Territories." 

(Gilla-na-naingel,^ abbot of Lis-gabail, died on the (1276) 
Nones [7th] of March. — Brian the Ered,^ son of Conchu- 

which escape m7neauthor[i.e., the 
ohronicle which he translated] 
sajeth that himself waa sorrj for." 
Mageogheg^n, 1278. 

The orig^al of " myne author " 
ía given in the Á. L. C. : ''But, 
alas ! the son oí the Earl went 
thereout from thf^m secretlj " 

' Ua CfuÍTui. — A Franoiscan. 

Elected in 1263 (D. /., II. 161). 
Died probablj towarda the olose of 
1278 (cf . ib. 1713). 

(1275) ^ Oillana.naingel.—De' 
votee of the angeU. The original of 
this entr^ is not known to me. 

^ Brian the Red. — Thia is the true 
Tersion of the seoond item in the 
(textual) year 1274 (=1277). 


ccNMala ularoti 

bbpiain, |ii5 'CucrBiíiUínun, 'oo ^abail le mac lafila hO 
CLaipe. Ocuf fía-D afi cup a pola i n-aen foigceac 7 a|i 
n-T)enuni caip'DÍUfa-CpifD 7 ap robefix: tftinn 7 cLog 'o'a 
cele. Ocu]" a éafipain^ ei^ifi fDeT)aib •oeif a éaBala.') 

lcal. lan. [p. 1., l. xu.'], CCnno "Oomini 171.° cc.°lacx.** 
ui.** ^^í-ix.**] 'Comalcac hUa Concobuifi, aifi-Derpuc Cuama, 
faí iSfienn afi einec 7 a|\ uaiflí, afi focfiai'oecc 7 afi 
íi'&luca5,^ quieuinn [ChfxifTO]. — Íllael-Sheclainn,' mac 
'Coififi'belbai^, occifUf efx.*" — Concobufi, mac *Oiafiniara, 
mic nia|nufa hUi Concobuifi, occifUf efr. — 5^lla-in- 
Choini'5e'5 hUa Cefi6alla[i]n, efpuc Chifie-heo^ain, 
A63a quieuic in** [Chfiifxx)]. — íTlufxca^ | hUa^ Neaccain tx) 
mafiba^ t)0 TDomnall* hUa^ Meacxain. Ocuf comfiac' 
T)*fua5fia['o] vo Hoibefix: hUa^ Meccain, vo T)efxbfuicaifi 

A.D. 1276. » ci'ólactj'ó, B. «O, A. »» 1279,overhead,n.t.h., B; aliter, 
1279, n. t. h., C. «'^om., ti, C, D. ''om., B. • Chop.ínac— Cormnc, 

^BJood in one ve8seI,—For the 
antiquitj of this method of coven- 
anting/see L.L., p. 302b {History of 
the Borumd). The king of Uleter saw 
in a dream a vat one-third f ull of 
human blood, one-third of new 
milk and one-third of wine, in the 
oentre of his houae. The narrativi 
then goes on : CCcconT)aiiic ia]\um 
Concobup, inn aiflingtefin. Ocu|^ 
if amlaiT) acconnaic Laigin 7 
UlaiT) 'mú'n •Dabaig ic a hól. Ocuf 
"|VO|:«cap.fa,"ap.fe, **if éin coccac 
|vocaip.rt5e|ieT) anT)fin. Uaip if í 
inT) fruit acceff iff in T)abaic puil 
na T)a CóiceT) 1 compac. If é in 
temnacc in canóin comT)eca canaic 
clepigna T)a coiceT). If ó in pn 
Copp Cpifc 7 a fliuit eT)ppaic na 

Conchobur Baw that vÍBion 
arterwardtf. And he &aw thua, — 

the Lagenians and the Ulto- 
nians around the vat a-drinldng 
therefrom. And " I know," quoth 
he, *' that is the covenant that was 
prophesied then. For the blood 
that waa seen [by us] in the vat 
Í8 the blood of the two Fifths 
[Ulster and Leinflter] a-contendiog. 
Tbe new milk is the Canon of the 
Lord which the clergy of the two 
Fifths chant. The wine is the 
Body of ChrÍBt and Hi« Blood 
which the clergj offer." 

See ako the TeW.w Booh of 
Ltcan, T.C.D., H. 2. 16, coL 813 
(the reference to which I owe to a 
Note in the A. L. C, i. 480-1): 
** "00 T)enam fica iceix fil Txirog, 
mic Cein 7 f il Cogain, mic íleill, 
canac," ol pe. "Oo gniteii ia|\um 
coTHic annfin ecap.p,u 7 cumaifciT) 
Caip,nec a \m\1 1 n-oen leofxap 



bhar TJa BriaÍD, king of Thomond, was taken prisoner by 
the son of the Earl of Clare. And thev were after putting 
their blood in one vessel' and af ter making goesipred and 
after pledging reUcs and bells to each other. And he was 
drawn between steeds af ter his capture.) 

Kalend8 of Jan. [on Ist fería, 15th of the moon], a.d. 
1276^[-9]. Tomaltach Ua Conchobuír,^ archbishop of 
Tuaim, fornaost in Ireland^ for generositj and for nobilitv 
for succouring and for bestowal, rested in Chríst. — Mael- 
Sechlainn, son of Toirrdhelbach [XJa Conchobair], was 
slain, — Conchobur, son of Diarmait, son of Maghnus Ua 
Conchobuir, was elain. — Gilla-in-Coimded* Ua Cerballain, 
bishop of Tir-Eogain, rested in Christ. — Murchadh^ Ua 
Neachtain was killed by Domnall Ua Neachtain. A.nd 

•Diblinib7fqfiibai|^ amalT)0|U)nyxn: 

m cooac annpn 7 a|^be|\c TTluiii- 

ce|icach . . . 

Cuniai|Tée|\ a puit co becc, 
CC mic CTfUxi co mo|\ne|ic, 
Co |x:yiibta|i 1 Lebap, lem 
CoDac Cogain if 5<^ilenj^. 

**For the malcing of peace be- 
tween the seed of Tadg-, son of 
Cian and the med of Eogan, son 
of Niall, came I," quoth he. There- 
upon tbe covenant was made there 
and Caimech mingles the blood 
of both in one Tessel and writes 
how thej made the oovenant there 
and Muircertach said . . . 

[A quatrain, bidding St. Cair- 

neoh depart. The latter replies in 

I/ebide metre, sajing inter nlia ;] 

Let the blood be mingled dul^, 
Thou 8on of £rc of great power, 
That there be writt^ in a book 

by me 
The ooTcnant of Eogan and of 

the Gailenga. 

[1279] 1/^7^.— The entries of 
the (textual) year 1276 are given in 
the A, L, C, under 1279. 


^ Ua Conchobuir. — See 1268, note 
3, svpra. The text is here thrce 
jears antedated. About June, 1279, 
the primate wrote to the king in 
favour of the Franciscan, Malachy, 
who, when Tuam lately beoame 
vaoant by thedeath of T[omaltach^ 
was postulated by the dean, arch- 
deacon and some of the oanons 
{D. /., II. 1576). 

At the election, fíve canons voted 
for oinon Nicholas ; the dean and 
the remaining two, for Malachy. 
The matter was referred to the 
Curia. Th e protracted proceedings 
that ensued are detailed in the Bull 
of Honorius IV. (July 12, 1286) 
transferring Stephen de Foleburne 
f rom Waterf ord to Tuam (Theiner, 
pp. 135-6). 

• /n Ireland. — Genitive in the 

* Gilla-in'Coimded. — Servant of 

the Lord. 

^Murehadh, eic, — ** Morrogh 
O'Neaghten waa IdUed by Donnole 



aMMalxx tilarDli. 

muficcr&a blii MeacTOin, a|i' ^Oomnall^ 7 T^oibefir vo 
maiiba^ ann ('oo'n** p\i cecna ifin com|iuc fin**). 

("Oomnall,** mac 5^illa-C|iiro btii Weacxxiin, th) 
mafiba-b la hCCe-b hUa Conceanainn.*') 

[bif.] lcal. lan. [p.' 11., l- xxui.%] CCnno "Oomini m." cc." Ixx." 
[B e4d] uii."^[-lxxx.°] I CCe'5 muimnec hlia Concobui|i (i'oon,* fii§ 
Connacr in ran fo") t)o mafiba'o la clainn muipcepTX(i§ 
(as'' Caill-in-Dainsean''). Caral, mac Concobuifi fiuaií, 
T)o fii§ff5 '00 ConnaccaiB. — 8eoan hlia Lai'Bi^, ef^uc 
Cille-ala^, quieuic in [Chfiifco]. — mail-8eclainn hlia 
5aifimle5ai'5,^ raifec Cemuil-moein^ 7 Concobufi hUa* 
5aifimle§ai'D* occip func peji 'CeUac-moT)Ofian. 

(CCemann** Congaile, oificinneac Rof-oficefi, faoií- 
cleifiec, mofiTm[u]f efc.**) 

lCaL lan. [f?.* 1111., L. uii.*], CCnno *Oomini m.** cc."* Ixi.* 
uiii.°T^-lxxoc'* 1.°] 'Ca^s, mac Caéail mic "Oiafimara, fii 
mui^-tuifig, fai n-eíni§ 7 n-epioma, quieuic in 
[ChfiifcoJ. — Car T)ififiT:-T)a-cfiic ecefi Conall 7 Bojon, 
vú 1 rfiocaifi^ "Oomnall hUa *Oomnaill (le*" hCCe-o m- 

B, C, D. ' Coximac "Cormac, B, C, D. »■« ora., B, C. D. This Í8 a moflt 
eztraordinary miflconception. The compiler of the B text mÍ8took com|iac 
{singlé) canbatf for the personal name Cortnac, Then, by substitution and 
omission, he make8 Cormac (not Domnall) the elajer ; and sajs Cónnae 
was chaUenged ('D'pua5yia['ó]) by Hobert (instead of Robeit ohallengiog 
Domnall) to oombat. G and D follow B, but render 'D*fraa^a[^] by 
hanishment ! The fínal clause C translates : " and Robert killed in that" ; 
D : in quo Robertus oceuusfuit. *»'>n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1277. í-eos— A. «moan, A. »0, A. ^-eag— . B. b ijgo 
OTerhead, n. t. h., B ; alias 1280, n. t. h., C. «-«itl., n. t. h., A ; om., B, 

C, D. The first ia the only entry given in D. <***n. t. h. (nor the hand 
thatmade the previoos additioDB), A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1278. ^cojic — , B. (Both readings are eqaally good.) *• 1281, 
overhead, n. t. h., B ; alias 1281, n. t. h., C. "■« itL, n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

O'Neaghten ; whereupon Robert 
O'Neaghten, brother of the said 

Morrough, challenged him single 
oombatt of hand to hand, which 


combat was challenged by Robert Ua Nechtian, [namelj] [1279] 
by the brother of Murchadh Ua Nechtain, on Domnall 
and E>obert was killed therein (by the same man in that 

(Domnall,^ son of Gilla-Crisd Ua Neachtain was killed (1276) 
by Aedh Ua Concheanainn.) 

Xalends of Jan. [on 2nd feria, 26th of the moon], a.d. [i2S0Bi8.] 
1277^[-80]. Aedh Ua Concobuír the Momonían (namely, 
king of Connacht at this time) was killed by the Clann- 
Muircertaigh (at the Wood of the Stronghold). — Cathal, 
son of Concobur [Ua Conchobair] the Red, was made king 
by the Connachtmen). — John Ua Laidhig,^ bishop of 
Cell-aladh, rested in Christ. — Mail-Sechlainn Ua Gairm- 
leghaidh, chief of Cenel-Moein and Concobur Ua Gairm- 
leghaidh were slain by the Tellach-Modoran. 

(Edmond Congaile, herenagh of Ros-orcer, a learned (1277) 
cleric, died.) 

Kalends of Jan. [on 4th feria, 7th of the moon], a.d. [i281] 
1278^[-81]. Tadhg, son of Cathal Mac Diarmata, king of 
Magh-Luirg, eminent f or hospitality and prowess, rested in 
Christ. The battle of Disert-da-crích [was fought] 
between [Cenel-]Cona[i]ll and [Cenel-]Eoga[i]n, where 
f ell Domnall Ua DomnailP (by Aedh Ua NeiU the Tawny 

the Baid Daniel answered and killed 
Robert also." Mageogbegan, 1279. 

The F, 2Í. also understood it 
rightlj {ad an.), 

(1276) ' Domnall, efe.—Oiven in 
the Á, L, C. and F. M. at 1279. 

[1280] ^i2//,—The entries of 
the (textual) year 1277, with the 
exoeption oí the last, are given iu 
the Ai. C. under 1280. 

» Ua Laidhiff.^On Dec. 9, 1280, 
lettera of lioenoe to elect were 
iflsued to the Dean and Chapter of 
Rillala, who had notifíed the death 

of J[ohn], their late bÍBhop (Z). /., 
II. 1770). They elected Donatus 
[=Donnchadh], the dean, who 
received the royal assent, April 16, 
1281. (76. 1816.) 

The events of this jear are ac- 
cordingly three year8 predated. 

[1281] 1 I2/S> = 1281 of the 
A. Jj. \j. 

^ Ua DomnaiU. — This, verv pro- 
bably, is the OudonnildiiSf whoBO 
proclaimed head Thomas de Maun- 
deviUe caused to be carried to the 
Exchequer, Dublin ; for whioh the 


ccMMalcc ularoti. 



bui-Be hlla Meill 7 le ÍTlac ÍTlaitmn''), iT)on/ pefi "oaii'- 
pallaDUfi pifi-írianac 7 Oiiipalla 7 upíhóii 5^*561 
Connacx: 7 lila-D, accma'D bec 7 Pp-b|ieipn3 uile. 1n 
r-en ^bai-oelpob* pepii eínec ^oipecuf ; peicem coiTXjenn 
laticaip na hBofipa. Ocup a a-Dnacul 1 niainii^e|i na 
m-bfiaéati 1 n-T)oi|ie Coluim-cille, afi ni-bj[iei€ buo^ 
f;ac uile TÍiai€[i]ufa. Ocup ap laT) fo ba pepfi T)oma|\- 
hab ann : iT)on, íTlaeltuianai^ baipll, T^aifec na v[iy 
zuat 7 Bojjan, mac ÍDail-cSbeclainn hlji 'Ooninaill 7 
Cellac Ua^ buipll, in r-én Txiif ec fioB' pefifi eínec 7 
Tn-Bnacul (T)obi*) 1 n-aen ainifi|i pfiif 7 5^lla THac 
piannca'ba, raifec "Oapqriaisi 7 "Oomnall ÍTlac 5'^^' 
phinnén, T^aifec TTlhuinncefii-peoT)aca[i]n 7** CCínT)iler 
bai§ill 7 "Oub^all, a mac 7 Bnna hUa^ ^^ifimleagai'O, 
fii§caifec' Ceniuil-TTloein* 7 Cofimac, mac inT) pifileisinn 
hUi "Oomnaill, T^aifec pana[i]T; 7 5^lla-in-ChoimT)€^ 
TTlaelaDuin, fii Luifi^ 7 Capmac, mac Cafxmaic hlli 
TDomnaill 7 Silla-na-n-óc TTlac CalfxoDocaifi | 7 TTlael- 
8eclainn, mac WeiU hUi buisill 7 CCinT)ilef^, mac 
TTluificeficaig hUi "Oomnaill 7 ITiognuf^ TTIac Cuinn 7 
S^Ua-na-naem O h6oca§a[i]n7 TTTuifxceficac hUa piaié- 
beficaic 7 TTluificeficac TTlac-in-Ullcai§ 7 piaicbeficac 
TTlag bui'Deca[i]n 7 T)aine imT)a aili*^ vo macoiC fiig 7 
Txnfec 7 T)'o5lacai5 nac aifximéefi f unn. — Caé eT^efi na 
baifieT)acai15 7 in^ Cimfógac, t)ú in fiomebai'fe afi na 
baifieT)acaiB 7 T)*afi'maf\ba^* ann Uilliam baifiOD | 7 
CCDam pieimenn 7 Daine imDa aili® 7 'oobaDUfi Diaf 
gaiDelac afi le€ in Cimfx^gais DocmnpeT; a]X Beogacc 7 

« peri-TTi— (r. pl.), B ; erroneouídj. » O, A. ^-ITloan, A. » ^illom— (=5illa- 
m— ),A.*eile, A;íí., B. 'an, A. *íí., A, B. «* om., A. «itL,!!. t.b., A;oid., 
B. ' p.15, itl., n. t. h , A. s TH) maiiba'ó (tm) for fio and the relatÍTe om.), B. 

juflticiary, De Folebume, biflhop of 
Waterford, was twice commanded 
(Feb. 14, 16, 1283) to paj what was 

due to him (Z). /., IL 204»-51). If 
80, the textuai date ia three TcazB 
in advanoe. 


and by Mac Martaín) ; namelj^ the man to wliom were [1231] 
subject Fir-Manach and Oirghialla and very great part 
of the Gaidhil of Connacht and Ulidia, save a little and 
all Fír-Breif ne. The one Gaidhel that was best of hospi- 
tality and princípality ; the general guarantor of the 
West of Europe. And he was buried in the Monastery 
of the Friars in Doire of [St.] Colum-cille after gaining 
victory of every goodness. And these were the best that 
were killed there : namely, Maelruanaigh O'Baighill, chief 
of "the Three Territories" and Eogan, son of Mail- 
Sechlainn TJa DomnaiU and Cellach Ua BaighiU, the one 
chief of his own time that was best of hospitality and 
bestowal and GiUa Mac Flannchadha, chief of Dartraighi 
and Domnall Mac Gille-Fhinnen, chief of Muinnter- 
Peodacha[i]n and Aindiles O'BaighiU and Dubhghall, hÍ8 
son and Enna TJa Gairmleaghaidh, royal chief of the 
Cenel-Moein and Cormac, son of the Lector Ua DomnaiU, 
chief of Fanat and GiUa-in-Choimdegh O'Maeladuin, king 
of Lurg and Carmac,^ son of Carmac* Ua Domnaill and 
Gilla-na-noc* Mac Calredocair and Mael-Sechlainn, son of 
Niall Ua BaighiU and Aindiles, son of Muircertach Ua 
DomnaiU and Maghnus Mac Cuinu and GiUa-na-naem 
0'£ochaga[i]n and Muircertach Ua Flaithbertaich aad 
Muircertach Mac-in-Ulltaigh^ and Flaithbertach Mag 
Buidhecha[i]n and many other persons of the sons of 
king8 and chiefs and of men-at-arms that are not reckoned 
tere. — A battle [was fought] between the Barrets and 
the Cusacfc, where defeat was inflicted on the Barrets and 
whereby were killed William Barret aud Adam Fleming 
and many other persons. And there were two Gaidhil on 
the side of Cusack who surpassed many of the other 

' Carmar.— Rightlj, Cormac. The 
was assimilated to the a, 

* GiUa'na'noc. — Servant {devotee) 

ofthe virgins. 

^Mac-in-Ulltaigh. — Son of the 
Ultonian ; anglicized Mao Nuliy. 



cciiMaLa ulcroti. 

afi laiíiac a[i Tnopan vo 'oaiTnB ailiB,® it)oti, 'Caiclec 
O "OuB-oa 7 'Caiclec bai§iU. 

lCal. lan. [p'u., L xuiii.*], CCnno "Oomini TTl.* cc." laac" 
ix.°*t-laxrx.'*ii.**] Taiclec, mac Tnaelfiuanai^h hUi 
'OhuB'oa, \í\ hlla^-piac|iac, in 'ouine fiob' pefi|i eínec 7 
egnum 7 innix^i^i-D vo" 5<^i-5elait) T>obi' 1 n-a aimfifi,* a 
mapba^ le hCC'oam Cimpó^ ap rpai§ 6o€ailLe. — ^Lafai|i- 
pina, in^en Carail cíioibT)e[i]p5, [in] fcen pob' uaifle 1* 
n-6|iinn 1** n-a haimpfi,*' quieuic in [Chpirco]. — íriaia 
(^^^•5') Rai§illai§ vo eg. — S^Ua-lffu* mo|\ THa^ 
'Chi^efinaíOn, raifec TheUai5-*Ounc(r5a 7 lercpomán 
na bfieipne, quieuix: in [Chpipro]. — Cacal, mac 5'lla- 
na-naem, htla pep^ail quieuic in Ch|iifTO.' — Hluipceji- 
T:ac TTlac TTlupcam, fií Laigen, vo mapba^ t>o ^haUaiB 
7 a T)epbpaíai|i (eile.' iT)on*), CCpc TTlac TTluficawx. — 
8necT:a mófi 7 f icc o TloUaic co peil bfii§T>i if^n blia- 
'oain fi.** 

|CaL lan. [p.* ui., l. xxix.*], CCnno "Oomini TTl.** cc* Ixxx.** 

[-111."] Zcch's, mac "OomnaiU Ififiaip hUi Confobuifi, vo 

.ifiapBa'b la Luif;nil5. — CCe'o bui-Be^ hUa WeiU t>o mafibat 

le TTlas Tnau^amna (iT^on," la bfiian* 7** leif^ hUa 


A.D. 1278. «lí., A, B. 

A.D. 1279. »0, A. «a. A. «-lyxi, A. '•1115, B. *• 1282, overbead, 
n. t. h., B ; alias 1282, n. t. h., C. *^-« om., B, C, D. <>-*i n-a «011*01^ 
in her countr^, B ; om., C, D. « itl., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 'om., A 
«•íitl., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. ^ om., B, C ; given in D. 

A.D. 1280. » buiT)i, B.— »> 1283, overhead,n. t h., B ; alías 1283, n. t. 
h., C. «^itl., n. t. h., A ; ora., B, C. Given in D. **-**n. t. h., A; om., 
C, D. The word in square bracket8 íb supplied from the AnnaU of Coek 
Ce (1283). 

[1282] ^ I2yg = 12S2 of the 
A. I-t, C, 

* Prop. — Supressor, D. 

^ Mac Murchadha, — One of the 

charges brought againat De Fole- 
bume, as j u8tioiary, related to the 
head-money of these two 11 ac Mur- 
ronghB. (Z). /., II. 1999, 2333-4; 



persons for courage and for dexterity, namelj, Taichlecli [1281] 
O'Dubhda and Taichlech O'BaighiU. 

Kalend8 of Jan. [on 5th feria, 18th of the moon], a.t). [1282] 
1279i[-82]. Taichlech, son of Maelruanaigh Ua Dubhda, 
king of Uí-Fiachrach, the person of the Gaidhil that was 
best in hospitality and valour and attack in his time, 
was killed by Adam Cusack on the strand of EothailL — 
Lasairfhina, daughter of Cathal Red-hand [Ua Concho- 
bair], the woraan that was noblest in Treland in her time, 
rested ín Christ. — Matthew (the Red) O'RaighiUaigh 
died. — QiUa-Issu mor Mag Tigerna[i]n, chief of Tellach- 
Dunchadha and prop^ of Breifni, rested in Christ. — Cathal, 
son of Gilla-na-naem Ua Ferghail, rested in Christ. — 
Muircertach Mac Murchadha,^ king of Leinster, was 
killed by the Foreigners and his (other) brother, (namely) 
Art Mac Murchadha [was killed by them]. — Great snow 
and frost from the Nativity [1281] to the feast of [St.] 
Brigit [Feb. 1] in this year. 

Xalends of Jan. [on 6th feriá, 29th of the moon], a.d. [1283] 
1280^[-3]. Tadhg, son of Doranall Ua Conchobuir of 
Irras, was killed by the Luighni. — Aedh Ua NeiU the 
Tawny2 was killed by Mag Mathgamna (that is, by Brian 
and by Ua Raghallaigh). 

III. 2.) Fromthedateof No. 1999. 
(Ap. 29, 1282) the year in which 
thAj were slain can be inferred. 

[1283] ^i28o=mZ of the 
A. L. C 

^Aedh the Tawny. — Thus ampli- 
fied in D : Hu^o Flauu^, alias 
£adh Boy O'Neill, a quo dicitur 
Clanhuboj, omni ei^timatione, po- 
tentia et principalltate dignus inter 
Hibemos sui temporip, occisus f uit 

per Mac Mahowny, nominatum 
Brien, hoc anno. 

It adds : Guerra crudelÍA inter 
Odonem O'Donill et suum fratreni, 
Terleum, qui coegit Odouem 
permanere in Tireonia, unde ipse 
O'Donill ucuastauit magnam par- 
t m Tireoniae. 

I have not found the original of 
the foregoing entry. 


361 ccfuiaLa ulcroti. 

A63c[Bi*.] ]CaL lan. [p.' uii., l. x.*], OCnno Tk)mini TTl.* cc*lxxr.* 
!.• T^-1111.*] ÍTluitiif hlla* Concobui[i, efpuc Oil-pinV in* 
Cbpifco quieuii:.' — ^Donnccro bUa* bfiiain, |ii 'Cuoé- 
ÍTlunian, t>o majfiba-o la 'Coififi'oelbac blla ni-b|iiain. — 
CCmlaim* 'ComolTOig, TO^a conpfimain epifcopi Oil- 
pnn,* quieuir in [Cbfiifco].** — T)ub§all, ínac TTlognufa 
blli bai§iU, roifec Cloici-Cinnpaelai'B, t>o ma|ibor5 la 
muinnT:e|i blli TTlail^aiíi. — TTlac na bai-Bce' TTlac* 
T^oixcai-o, caifecCeniuil-Luacain (no*-'Ouacain*), quieuix: 
in [Cbpifco]. 

(5iUa-1fu' TTIac Cisefinain, afiT> caif^eac Cbinel- 
bjienainn, moficuuf eyx.' — Mo,' ^uma^ uifve fo, fxilicec 
[CC.T).] 1281, Tnaca bUa RaisiUaig, fii bfieipne.') 

b65b ]cqI^ fan. [p.' 11, L XXI.'], CCnno T)omini TTl.* cc." Xxxx.' 
ii.***t-u.**] 8i'mon blla^ RuaifUí, efpuc na bfieipne, 
quieuic in [Cb|iifxo — TTlai'om t)o éabcni^T; vo TTlcc^uf 
bUa* Concobuifi afi CCT)aTÍi Cimfog 7 ofi gal-l^iC lccfvEaiii 
Connacc a^ 6ur-T)afia, t)Ú mafimafibcrb T)aine im'ba 7 
inafi'sabcro Colín Cimfó^ a T)efibfiaraifi, a m-bfiai§T>enuf 
vo cinn na fbée^ t)0 léjcro t>ó fein, rafieif a muinnce(u 
T>o mafiba-D co mófi. — TTlaiT)m* cuc pilib TTIac S^ip" 
T>e[i]lb, afi mumncefi TTlasnufa bUi Concobuifx afi 
SliaB-saiíi, sufi'mapba-D mofian vo glaflac ann.* — Cnfii 

A.D. 1281. »0, A. «Oilepnn, A. »-a. A. ^TTlhas— , B. •-*BUnk 
spaoe, A, B. *» 1284, overhead, n. t. h., B ; rtctius 1285, n. t. h., C. 
«^ quieuic in [Ch|iifco], B. «^-^om., B, C, D. •^itl., t. h., B ; aboTe tlM 
l of laacain,m A, the t. h. placed no, "O — or D— , meaning thftt theword 
may have oommenced with T), not L. Hence the note in B. C haa l ; 
D, "O. ''n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. t-t t. m., t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1282. * 0, A.— »» 1285, overhead, n. t. h., B ; nctims 1286, n. t. 
h., C. ««om., B, C, D. 

[1284] ^i2S/ = 1284 of the I "^ Ua C<mchohuir,—See 1263 (= 
A. L.C. I 1í:6.5), note 3, tupra. 



Xalends of Jan. [on 7th feria, lOth of the moon], a.d. [i28éBis.] 
1281^[-4]. Maurice Ua Conchobuir,^ bishop of Oil-finn, 
rested in Cbrist. — Donnchadh Ua Briain, king of Tho- 
mond, was killed by Toirdhelbach Ua Briain. — ^Amlaim 
O'Tomoltaigh, bishop-elect [and] confirmed* of Oil-finn, 
rested in Christ. — Dubghall, son of Maghnus Ua Baighill 
chief of Cloch-Cinnf haelaidh, was killed by the people of 
Ua Mailgaithi. — ** Son of the night " Mac Dorchaidh, 
chief of Cenel-Luachain (or,-Duachain), rested in Christ.* 

(Qilla-Isu^ Mac Tigernain, arch-chief of Cinel-Brenainn, (l28i) 
died. — Or, it may be on this year, naniely, 1281,^ [the 
death of] Matthew Ua RaighiUaigh, king of Breifni 
[ought to be].) 

Kalends of Jan. [on 2nd feria, 21st of the raoon], a.d. 
1282^[-5]. Simon Ua Ruairc, bishop of Breifni [Kilmore], 
rested in Christ. — Defeat was given by Maghnus Ua 
Conchobuir to Adam Cu8ack and to the Foreigners of the 
West of Connacht at Eas-dara ; where were killed many 
persons and Colin Cusack, his brother, was taken in 
8ecurity, to allow [Adam] himself to go away, after great 
havoc had been made of his people. — Defeat was inflicted 
by Philip Mac Goisdeilb on the people of Maghnus Ua 
Conchobuir on Sliabh-gamh, so that many recruits 


* Bishop-elect [and] confirmed. — 
Ijiterally,cAÍrre ofa conjirmed bithop. 
(For the idiom, see 1126, note 2, 
tupra.) His death took place after 
oonfírmation of the election (bj the 
archbishop of Tuam) and before 

* In ChriaU — D adds, from what 
Boorce I know not: O'Donill ad 
predandum inferiorem Gonaciam 
inuasit eam et fínito propo«ito re- 
diit victoriosus. 

(1281) ^GiHa-hv, 6/c. —This Í8 
a repetition of the fourth eutry of 
the textual year 1279(=1282), 

2 12S1. —ThQ obit of Ua Raighil- 
laigh is given as the third item at 
1279(=1282), mpra. The A. L, a 
call him chief of Muinter-Mael- 
mordha (t h e O'ReiUj'a o í 

[128.5] V^^.?=1285 and 1286 of 
the A. L. C. 




TTlac 5^lle-pbinnGin 'oo mafibcrB. — Ruai'Oíii hUa^^a^pa, 
|ií 8lei6e-Lu§a,T)0 maiiba^ lalTlac pheopaip afi aloc pein. 
[CC.T). m.'* cc^ Ixxx.^ Uh"] Sluag móti la hlaiila Ula* 
1 Connaccu.' ^up míU mopan t)0 cellaiB 7 vo iíiainifq[ie- 
cai^. Ocup ^epb'e-B, 'oogaB nepx: ^ac conai|i fiainic 7 
•oogaB bpaíg-Di^ Connacrf 7'Conaill 7 Bo^ain 7 T)oaiq[n| 
*Oomnall hUa MeiU (iT)on,'* T)omnall, mac Opiain**) 7 
ruc |xi§i T)o MíaLl Culanac hlla^ Neill. — inuipir mael 
niac 5©^«'^^ quieuicin [Chfiifco]. 

]Cal. lan. [p.' 1111., l. x.iii.*] CCnno "Oomini TTl.* cc.** 
Ixxx.** iii.'**'[-uii.°] TTIaéa, mac ÍTluifipTHX, mic Cocail, 
quieuic in [Chfiifco] — ^DtapmaiT:* ÍTli'bec (mac* "Oiaji- 
maT)a, mic Caéail TTlic "OiapmoT^a, iT)on, fii TTluinnui|ie- 
TTIailfiuanaiT)'*) quieuic in Chfiifco.* — pioiíiínT: O gibel- 
la[i]n, aficiT)eocan Oil-pinn, pellf um eolaip7 innT^liucca,^ 
quieuic in [Chpipco]. — S^lla-na-nó^ TTIannaca[i]n, 
fii na 'Cuac, quieuic in Chfiipco. — TTIael-8eclainn,'mac 
'Comalcai^, TÍTac Oiíieccai§ t>o mafiba^ la 'Coififi'Sel- 
bac, mac Bo^ain hUi Concobuip, a n-'oiéailc a crcaii t)0 
rpega'fi vo 'Comalcac cecna vo macaiB 'Coifi]n'5elbai§.* — 
OCT)am Cimpó^ quieuic in [Chpifxo]. — | Oean-TTluman, 
ingen hUi Caía[i]n, moficua e]x. 

A.D. 1282. '-ca, A. '-De, B. ^-««itl., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 
A.D. 1283, 1 inc— , B. »» 1286, overhead, n. t. h., B ; alias 1287, n. t. h., 
C. ^ om.. B, C, D. «í-iitl., n. t. h., MS. (A). 

' KUUd, — Cruciatus occíhus eat 
{crHCÍatH* without warrant iu the 
orig^al), D. llie entrj in the 
A. Z. C. states that he died a 
natural death. 

' Mac Fheorais. — Son of Pieret ; 
the Irish patronjmic assumed hj 
the Berminghams. Theeponymous 
head waa probablv the Fierce 
mentioned [1305J \nf a. 

[ 1 2S6] 1 .4 ^eat ho*t, etc. — This 
and the following entr}- are given 
in the Á. L. C. under 1286. 

Henceforward, down to 1309 of 
the text( = 1313), the dating is four 
year8 in advance. 

[1287] ^f^Ss= 1287 of the 
A. L. C. 

' GiUa-na-nog [devotee o/ the Vir- 
gins). — Giíla'na-neate {devottt if 
the saints)^ D. 

^Rtsted ín ChriéL—On Sept. 7 
according to the /i. Z. C. This 
tends to prove that the text ia four 
jears in advance. In 1287, Sept. 7 
fell on Sundaj. In 1283 it 


were Icilled thereín. — Henry Mac Gille-Fhinnein was [1285] 
killecl.^ — Ruaidhri Ua Gadhra, king of Sliabh-Lugha, was 
killed by Mac Fheorais* on his own Iake. 

[A.D. 1286]. A great host^ [was led] by the Earl of Ulster [1286] 
into Oonnacht, so that he destroyed many of tlie churches 
and monasleries. And moreover, he obtained sway in every 
direction he went and rectived the pledges of Connacht 
[and CeneI-]Conaill and [CeneI']Eogain. And he de- 
posed Domnall Ua NeiII (namelv, Doranall, son of Brian) 
and gave the kingship to Niall Culanach Ua Neill. — 
Maurice Fitz Gerald the Bald rested in Christ. 

Xalends of Jan. [on 4th feria, 13th of the moon], a.d. [^287] 
1283^[-7]. Matthew, son of Maurice, son of Cathal [Mac 
Diarmata], rested in Christ. — Diarmait the Midian (son 
of Diarmad, son of Cathal Mac Diarmoda, namely, king 
of Muinnter-Mailruanaidh) rested in Christ. — Florence 
O'Gibellain, archdeacon of Oil-finn, distinguished in 
knowledge and intelligence, rested in Christ. — Gilla-na- 
nog* 0'Mannacha[i]n, king of " The Territories," rested 
in Christ.^ — Mael-Sechlainn, son of Tomaltach Mac 
Oirechthaigh, was killed by Toirdhelbach, son of Eogan 
Ua Concobuir, in revenge of his father having been 
abandoned by the same Tomaltach to the sons of Toir- 
dhelbach.* — Adam Cusack^ rested in Christ. — Bean- 
Muman, daughter of Ua Catha[i]n, died. 

Taesdaj, an incidence devoid oí 


* Son$ of Toirdhelbach, — The 
editor of the A, L, C. suggesta sons 
of Tomaltaeh ; becau^e, as the ísen- 
t«Dce stands, Toirdelbach take8 
vengeance on Tomaltach for having 
abandonedthefather of Toirdelbach 
to ihe eons of Toirdelbach. Fer- 
haps, however, there existed a 

familf feud between Toirdclbach 
and his father on the one side and 
the Bons of Toirdelbach on the other. 

The F. iU., as was their wont, 
omitted the passage containing the 

* CusacJc. — He died at the dose of 
the year, as his lame appears iu a 
RoU of receipt, Nov. 15, 1287. 
(Z). /., III. 341.) 


ccMMala ulcroli. 

[bif.] lCal. lan. [p.' u., L xx.iiii.,'] OCnno *Oomini fn." cc" 
Ixxx." iin.°*'[-uiii.'*] ITlichael TTlac-in'-r-faip, efpuc 
Clocaip, mopruuf efz. — ITlagnuf hUa Concobuii\ (iT)on,* 
mac ConcuBaip puai'5''), mapaen le puaip'oo ConnaccaiB 
jhUi-mbpiuin [hlla-]^ Conmaicne,'Dorecclaif •DogaBail 
fii§e Connacc t>ó pein. Ocuf -oo hatpi^a-b Ccrcal pucro, a 
'oepbparaiii 7 toocz 'doiB^ co hOCí-8Lifen, mup apoiBe 
Ccrcal co n-a f ocpai'oe 7 cumufc 'ooib le€ ap le€ 7 Ccrcal 
'DO ^aBail aisi^* 7 maiDm 'do cabaif\T:apa muin[n]ceíi. Ocup 
•Dohaip^eT) uprííop Connacc Do'n^ t)uI fin 7 pi§i Connacx; 
T)0 ^aBailap eipn t)o ITlha^nuf. — T)onnca'D'pial5ac, mac 
ílílafnufa, mic 1Tluipceprai§ hUi Concobuip, quieuic in 
[ChpifTX)].' — 'Cec T)o f,aBailap ITlha^nuphtla Concobuip 
T)0 'Choipp'belbac, mac Go^ain hUi Concobuip, ipin Hop- 

B 66c tnóp 7 ÍTla^nup t)0 Iot; ann 7 Ra^lnall ITlac Ha^naill, 
caipec 1Tluinrepi-h6olaip, vo mapba-5 veu upcup foi^i 
7 T^oloire-D "Níall 5elBui'5e hUa* Concobuip 7 T)omapba^5 
T)aine aili^ 7 t)o tíeanai'5 eic maiéi '5iB. — 8loíg* le 
TTlagnup Concobuip ap éip a lei^ip a 8il-TTluipe'5aif:, 
^up'^aB a nepc 7 a m-bpai^T^e. — 8lua§ leifan lapla 
(iT)on,* an c-1apla pua'^') T)ocum ConnacT;, co TXiiníc co 
Rof-comain 7 cum TTla^nufa hUi Concobuip, pí Chon- 
nacc 7 1 n-a'^ai^ muinrepi in pig 7 TTlic® ^^pailc 7 vo- 
^peannai§eT)up in r-laplaim tx)ct; peca fin 7 ní TX)ppacc 
icep. ^^ailif a flua§ 7 a focpai'5e ^an T:enn T)o§aBaiL* 
— Sceapan, apT)efpuc 'Cuama 7 S^ufcif na hCpenn, in 

A.D. 1284. 1 an, B. '«DaiB, A. '«do (etrolce over o=n omitted bj 
ovewight), A. *0, A. Mí., A, B. «mac, MS. (A). *> alias 1287, over- 
head, n. t. h., B ; aiins 1288, n. t. h., C ; 1288, on margin, D. «^ itl,, 
n. t. h., A; om., B, C, D. ^ ann— í/i ihat (placé), B. •-•om., B, C, D. 
'•' itl., n. t. h., MS. 

[1288]. */^<$!/ = 1288 of the 

^Michael, ete.—Ste (1268) notes 
1, 2, gupra. 
^ Stephen.—De Folebume. He 

was transferred from Waterford 
(which he had held einoe 1274) bj 
Honoriua IV., Julj 12, 1286 
(Theiner, p. 135-6) and died before 
Jolv, 1288. A notable memoran- 



Ealends of Jan. [on 5th feria, 24th of the moon,] a.d. [1288Bíb.] 
1284i(-8]. MichaeP Mac-in-tshair, bishop of Clochar, 
died. — ^Maghnus Ua Concobuir (namely, son of Concubhar 
the Red), along with what he got to join him of the 
Connachtmen and of the TJi-Briuin and of Conmaicni, 
came to take the Idngship of Connacht to himself. And 
Cathal the Red, his brother, was deposed. And they 
came to -Ath-Slisen, where Cathal was with bis force and 
they fought side for side and Cathal was taken by him 
and defeat inflicted on his people. And very large part 
of Connacht was harried on that occasion. And the king- 
ship of Connacht was taken by force by Maghnus. — 
Donnchadh the Swarthy, son of Maghnus, son of Muir- 
certach TJa Concobuir, rested in Christ. — A house was 
seized on Maghnus Ua Conchobuir by Toirdhelbach, son 
of Eogan Ua Conchobuir, in Ros-mor and Maghnus was 
injured therein and Raghnall Mac RaghnaiU, chief of 
Muinnter-Eolais, was killed by one shot of an arrow and 
Niall Ua Conchobuir the Tawny was injured and other 
peraons were killed. And good horses were taken from 
them. — A host [was led] by Maghnus O'Conchobuir after 
hÍ8 healing into Sil-Muiredhaigh, so that he obtained 8way 
over them and [obtained] their hostages. — A host [was 
led] by the Earl (namely, the Red Earl) to Connacht, 
until he came to Ros-Comain and to Maghnus Ua Con- 
chobuir, king of Connacht and against the people of the 
king and Fitz Gerald. And they challenged the Earl to 
go beyond that and he went not accordingly. He dis- 
perses his host and his force without obtaining 8way. — 
Stephen,^ archbishop of Tuaim and Justiciary of Ireland, 

dnm of the chattelB belonging to 
him fonnd in Tuam and Athlone 
was made in the beginning of that 
month. (X>. /., III. 406.) Forhis 
doings f rom his arrÍTal in Ireland 
as ** brother of the Hospital of St* 

John of Jerusalem in England" 
{ib., II. 886) in 1270 to his death 
a8 justiciarj, see the references 
u n d e r Foleburne ; Water/ordi 
Brother Stephen (ib, II. ) ; WcúLerford^ 
Stej^hen ; Tuam^ Stephen {ib, III.). 


cctníalcc uLcroh. 


Ch|iifco quieuiT:. — Ccrcal mac 'Caiíg, mic Caíail TTlic 
T)ia|vmtiT:a, vo §aBail pi^i muip-Luitvs- — Uilliam ITlac 
pheopaip, -00 éo§a['D] cum aitv'oefpocoi'De 'Cuama. 

lcal. lan. [p.' uii., l. u.,*] CCnno T)omini ni.*'cc.° Ixxx." 
u.°^[-ix.°] 'Ca-D^ hlla pianna5a[i]n, caifec Clainni- 
Carail, quieuir: in [Chfiipuo]. — niafa Ssin^in, aipT)- 
fencaií Bpenn uile, mopruuf eyz. — imilef, efpuc Con- 
maicne, iT)on, in T^^illefpuc, quieuir: in [Ch|iif?:x)]. — 
8ímon hlla^ pínacra, aipcinnec Oil-fínn, quieuiT; in 
[Chpifco]. — I Slua^a-D la RicapT) *Oiuit) 7 le ^«l'lo^b 
na ÍTlí'Se — 7 ÍTla^nuf hUa Concobuip, pi Connacr, leif — 
cum [U]í TTlail-[8h]eclainn, co ruca'5 maiT)m mop oppa* 
(iT^on," maiT)m in Cpoif-fleiBe'') 7 pomapba^ RiccpT) 
T)iuÍT) ann, in bapun mopuapal** 7 a bpairpeca 7 8écuf 
hUa Cellai§, iT)on, mac in efpuic. — piacpa hUa piainn, 
raifec 8il-TTlailpuanai|, in T:-aen T)uine^ pob' fepp einec 
7 égnom 7comaipceT)obí 1 ConnaccaiB, t)o' T)ul t)0 'Benum 
cleamnufa pe ^cíllaif), ^iip'mapb mac RicaipT) finn a' 
bupc 7 TTlac UiUiam 7 TTlac pheopaif 1 meBail é. — 

A.D. 1285. »0, A. =OT\éa, A. '-ni, B. »>i289, overhead, n. t. h., 
B; alias 1289, n. t. h., B ; 1289, on margin, D. Tíje Tílilef item » 
omitted in D. "^ 1. m., t h., A, B ; om., C, D. «^moii, B ; foUowedbjrC. 
• a — /«í'j», B. 'om., A 

* Elected. — Having goue toRome 
for the purpose, he got his election 
oonfirmed by NicholaB IV., May 2, 
1289. (Theiner, p. 142-3.) There- 
npon, he was promoted from 8ub- 
deacoDship to deaconbhip and em- 
powered (May 26) to receive priest'í? 
Or<l» rs from auy bishop he «hould 
chose {ib. 144). On the 8ame day 
the bishops of Killala and Clonfcrt 
were direoted, either of them, with 
two other suffragans, to givo him 
episcopal consecrat'on (ih.). 

In addition to being rector uf 
Athenry in Tuam, hc held a bene- 
fíce in Cashel, Eillaloe and RiUala 
respectivelf ! To discharge the 
church debts of Tnamand support 
the archiepÍ8copal dignitj, he waa 
allowed (Aug. 5, 1289) to retain 
these four prefermenta for three 
years and to receive one jear^s re- 
venue of every benefice vacated 
during the three^earsnext ensuing, 
due provÍHÍon being made for the 
core of souls. Tbe biahops of Lic- 



rested ín Christ.— Cathal, son of Tadhg, son of Cathal 112881 
Mac Diarraata, took the kingship of Magh-Luirg. — 
William Mac Fheorais [Bermingham] was elected* to the 
archbishopric of Tuaim. 

Ealends of Jan. [on 7th feria, 5th of the moon,] a.d. 
1285i[-9]. Tadhg TJa Flannaga[i]n, chief of Clann- 
Cathail, rested in Christ. — Matthew O'Sgingin, arch- 
antiquarj of all Ireland, died. — Miles,^ bishop of Con- 
maicni [Ardagh], namelv, the Foreign bishop, rested in 
Christ. — Simon Ua Finachta, herenagh of Oil-íinn, rested 
in Christ. — A hostinp: by Richard Tuit [of Athlone] and 
by the Foreigners of Meath — and Maghnus Ua Conchobuir, 
king of Connacht, [was] with him — to [attack] Ua Mail- 
[S]eehlainn, so that a great defcat (naraelv, the defeat of 
Crois-sliabh) was inflicted upon thera. And Richard Tuit, 
the great, noble Baron was killed^ therein, as well as his 
kinsmen and Jacques Ua Cellaigh, namt ly, the son of the 
bishop.* — Fiachra Ua Flainn, chiof of Muinnter-Mail- 
ruanaigh, the bcst person for hospitality and prowess and 
protection that was in Connacht, went to make marriage 
alliance with the Foreigners, so that the son of Richard 
de Burgh the Fair and Mac William [de Burgh] and 
Mac Fheorais killed him in treachery. — A great host [was 


moni and KillaIoe were to execute 
the terms of the concession (t^. p. 
[1289] > I28s = 1289 of the 

^Mile» Of Dunstable. Ap- 

pointed at the clo^e of 12*5 5, or 
early in 1256. (Z). /., II. 486.) As 
the temporalities were reetored to 
his successor, Matthew, canon of 
Ardagh, Jan. 28, 1290 (i6. III. 

674), Miles, it can scarcelj be 
doubted, died in 1289. The text 
is con8equently four jears prc- 

^ KiUed. — From a grant of cus- 
tody of his lands and ten^ments 
Í88ued Sept. 2, 1290 {D. /., III. 
764), it may be inferred that Tuite 
was slain in that year. 

* Bishop.—ThomM 0'Kelly, of 
Clonfert, who died in [1263], supra. 

372 aNMcclcc uLcroti. 

8Lua§ mop le ÍTlac pheopaii^cuTn in* Chalbai§ hlJi 
Concobuip 7 na mac^ pié iai^nec ® co cuca-o maiT)ni mofi 
popf\o 7 5U|i'ma|iba'5 ITlailip 'o'Ciretjpa 7 501II ímT)a 
aili^ 7 eic ím'oa t)0 buain T)e. 

lCaL lan. [p.' 1, U xui.'], CCnno T)omini ITl.** cc* Ixxi.* 
ui.***'[-xc.'*] Uilliam lHac pheopaip t)o ^aBait afiT)eppo- 
coiT)e ['Cuama*']. — In c-eppoc hlla^ 8eT)eca[i]n, iT)on, 
eppuc Cille-mic-nT)uac, quieuir in [Chpipco]. — Caipppi 
B65d hUa niail[-8h]eclainn, pí ÍTlí'Be, in mac|aiíi ip moipj- 
mmaici^ T)obí 1 n-6pinn 1 n-a aimpip, t)0 mapba'5 (le* 
Tna[c] Coclan**). — Sluai^e-b laT)omnall, mac bpiain hUi 
Weill 1 Ceinel-neogain, ^upcuip Wi'all hUa^ Weill 
fiT^on,** Miall Culanac**) ap eipn eipr^i 7 supgab pein 
pi§i ap lop a laríía. — CCe-B hUa* T)omnaill vo arpi^oft 
T)'a T)epbparaip pein, iT)on, vo 'Caipp'Belbac hUa' T)om- 
naill, rpe cuma&ain cíni''5 a maéap, iT)on, Clainni- 
T)omnaill 7 ^atló^lac n-imT)a aile* (7" pi^i T)0 jaBail vo 
pein ap 0151 n"*). 

(íloc' anno lohannep ve lanua, pporep OpTinip Ppe- 
T^icaropum, aucropem qui T)iciT:up Carholicon 
peppeciT:, peu av pinem pepT)UxiT:, Monip TTlapcii.') 

A.D. 1285. *an, B. ^mic (whicb is meanÍDgless), B. •-eaca, A; 
-eca, B. The sense reqoircs the gen. pl. ' eile, A ; íi, B. 

A.D. 1 286. 1 O, A. «-aigi, B. » O, B. * eile, A ; íí., B. ^ 1 290, OTer- 
head, n. t. h., B ; alias 1290, n. t. h., C ; 1290, on margin, D. « GÍTfn 
in D. Cf. the last item of 1284. Here in A, 1. m., t. h., is : ann|\) nc 
puT) tuay — Ilere [under this i/ear] eomes ihat [entri/ regarding Mac Fwreis 
given\ abote [under /^S^], d-d itl., n. t. h., A ; onL, B, C, D. " On text 
space, n. t. h., A; om., B, C, D. 

» De £xeter,— liia name appears in 1284 (/). /., II. 2182). " DaTÍd, 

in a RoU of receipt, Maj 10, 1289 
{D. /., III. 476); which oonfirms 
the acouracy of the Loch Ce date. 

L1290J ^ 12S6 = 1290 of the 
A. Á. C. 

bishop of Rilmaoduagh,*' appeara 
in a Roll of receipt, Maj 20, 1286 
(16., III. 215). Nicholas, canon of 
the church, having annoonced the 
death of David, licence to elect 

2[Z)(iiiV/;.— Elected apparently ] was granted, June 13, 1290 (íA., 



led] by Mac Fheoraís against the Calbaeh TJa Concobuir [12891 
and the sons of the kings of Leinster, so that great def eat 
was put upon them. And Mejler de Exeter^ and many 
other Foreigners were killed and many horses were taken 
from him. 

Kalends of Jan. [on Ist feria, 16th of the moon,] a.d. [1290] 
1286^[-90]. WiUiam Mac Fheorais took [poBsession of] 
the archbishopric of Tuaim. — The bishop [David]^ TJa 
Sedechain, namely, bishop of Cell-mic-Duach, rested in 
Christ. — Cairpri Ua MaiI-[S]echlainn, king of Meath, 
the most noble-deeded youth that was in Ireland in his 
time, was killed^ (by Ma[c] Cochlan). — A hosting by 
Domnall, son of Briain Ua Neill, into Cenel-Eogain, so 
that he put Niall Ua Neill (namely, Niall Culanach) by 
force therefrom and took the Hngship himself by power 
of his force. — ^Aedh Ua Domnaill was deposed by his own 
brother, namely, by Toirdhelbach Ua Domnaill, through 
the power of the tribe of his mother, namely, the Clann- 
Domnaill and many other Gallowglasses* (and he took the 
king8hip to himself by f orce). 

(This year John of Genoa,^ Friar of the Order of (1286) 
Preachers, perfected, or brought to end, the Author that 
is called Caíholicon, on the Nones [7th] of March.) 

680). Ihetextual date is thusfour 
jearfl in adTance. 

*Killed, — Treacherousl}', accord- 
ing to the A. L, C. 

* GaJlowglasses, — Literally, Fo • 
reign youtk (a collective substan- 
tive). See Grace's Annals (7r. 
Arch, Soc.)j p. 71. 

(1286) ^John o/ Genoa.— John 
De Balbis, a Dominican, born in 
Genoa. Of the CathoUcon, Quetif 
and Echard (^Script, Ord, Praed,, 
p. 462) write : Opns continet Or- 
thographlam, Pro^odiam, Gram- 

maticam, Bhetoricam, ^ EtymoIo- 
giam : proptereaque dicitur Catho- 
licon, id est, opus universale. Gnius 
potissima pars est Vocabularium 
voces cmnes primae, mediae et 
infimae Latinitatis complectens. 
Titulus in codicibu3, qua manu- 
scriptis, qua impressis : Incipit 
Summa, quae vocatur Catholico/h 
eilita a F. Joanne de Janua, Ord. 
F. P. Ad calcem : Immensas om- 
nipotenti Deo Fatri et Filio et 
Spiritui Sancto gratiammref erimua 
actiones, qui nostrum Catholicom ex 


ccMNala uLcroli. 

lCaU lan. (p.,' 11., l. ocx.uii.*), CCnno *Ooniini TTl." cc' 
lacxx.° uii.i.**^[-xc.i.'*] 'Coi|i|i'5elbac, mac 6oj;ain hUi Con- 
cobuif\, in -Duine if"' mo 7 ip" aille 7 |iob* pepfi einec 7 
e^nom 7 cofcup^ 'oobí 1 n-6ftinn, Wmapba^ ta í^íall n- 
^elbui'fee hUa Concobuifi. — 8lua§ Le Rica|i'D a bupc, le 
hla|ila ULa^ (i'oon,* in tJ-lajíiLa pua'o*), 1 'Cip.-neogain, 
'o'aii'aéfii^ fó T)omnaLL,macbí\iain hUi WeiLL ^'oopiga'B 
Leip MíaLL CuLanac 0* WeiLL* 7 muji 'oopa^^ in r-lafila in 
cíp, 'DomafiboD WíaLL CuLanac Le T)omnaLL hUa NeiLU 
Ocuf •Dopi^a^ a hucc an lapLa cetjna Le ITlac ITIaiptnn 
7 Le ÍTlac 6oin mac CCe^a bui'Se hUi MeiLL (iDon,* bpian, 
mac OCe-Da bui-De*) 7 popagaiB T)omnaLL in z)]\. — 8Lua§ 
A64b Leipn I lapLa 1 'Ci]i-ConaiLLcum 'Coip|i'DeLbai§, ^upaip^ 
irt cifi, ecep ciLL 7 ruaié 7 co rainic 1 ConnaccaiC' co 
hOiL-pinn 7 co ruca-Dup. Connacca peLbpaiSDe "00. — 

A.D. 1287. ^-guTV, A. '-5016, B. »-cca, B. »» 1291, overhead, n. t h., 
B ; alias 1291 n. t. h., C ; 1291 onmarg^, D. «-«fiob*— Ma< was, B. «* a 
— /a'fi, B. ••«itl., n. t. h., A; om., B, C, D. f'om., B, C; given in D. 

multÍB et diversis doctorum textu- 
rÍ8 elaboratum atque oontextum, 
licet per multa annorum curricula, 
in M.CC.LXXX.VI. AnnoDomini, 
Nonis Martii, ad fíuem usque pcr- 

The concluding words shew that 
the person who made the additionul 
entry atthis year had the Catholicon 
before him. 

Erasmus polces f un at the Catho- 
licon in the St/nodué Gramtnaíicot'um: 
Albinufl : Quinam erant [libri] P 
Bertulphus : Oh, praeclari omnes : 
CathoUcon^ etc. (Erasmi CoUoquia^ 
AraBteludami, Typ. Lud. Elzevirii, 
1650, p. 417.) 

Itd chief interest lies in the fact 
that it was, according to Trithe- 
miu8, the first example of block 

printing. Treating oí John of 
Guttenberg and John Fust, he 
8ay8 {Chron, Hirsaug. a'lan. 1450) : 
Imprimis igitur oharacteribus lit- 
terarum in tabulis ligneis per 
ordinem scriptia fonuif«que compo- 
Bitis Tooabularium Catholic^n nun- 
capatum impresseruut : sed cum 
iiadcm f ormis nihil aliud potuerunt 
inscribere, eto. Six other additiona 
of the work appeared up to 1506. 
The Authors of the Histoin 
Litte^aire de la France do not fail 
to turn bis confesaion to aocount : 
Balbi de Oenes,run de plos cél^bret 
gi^iinmaríens dont Tltalie pút alon 
s'enorgueillir, avoue qu'il ne aait 
pas bien la langue d*Homére : mihi 
non bene scienU linguam Graecam 
[sio] (p. 142). 



Ealends of Jan. (on 2nd feria, 27th of the moon,) a.d. 
1287^[-91]. Toírdhelbach, son of Eogan Ua Concobuir, 
the person who was greatest and handsomest and who was 
best of hospitalitv and prowess and triumph that was in 
Ireland, was killed by Niall Ua Concobuir the Tawnv. — 
A host [was led] by Richard <le Burgh [namelv] by the 
Earl of Ulster (that is, the Red Earl) into Tir-Eogain, 
whereby he deposed Domnall, son of Brian Ua NeiU and 
Niall Culanach O'Neill was made king by him. And when 
the Earl left the countrv, Niall Culanach was killed bv 
Domnall Ua NeilL And the son of Aedh^ Ua NeiU the 
Tawny (namely, Brian, son of Aedh theTawnv) was made 
king, with assent of the same Earl, by Mac Martin and by 
Mac Eoin. And Domnall lef t the country. — A host [was 
led] by the Earl into Tir-ConaiU against Toirdhelbach 
[Ua Domnaill], so that he harried the country, both church 
and territorv. And he came into Connacht to OiUfinn 
and the Connachtmen gave deceptive pledges* to him. — 


[12911 '^1287 = 1291 of the 

^ SonofAfdh — {namelp, Brian). — 
The oollocation of the subject (after 
the agent) has led the authors of 
C and D aatrav. C gives : ** And 
was made king after by the 
consent of the Earle afore!«aid by 
Mac Martin and Mac Eoin Mao 
Hugh Boy O'Neale." Read " The 
80n [mac] of Hugh Boy [the Tawnt/] 
was made king/* etc. D has: 
Bemardus [recte, Brianus], filius 
OdonÍH Flauui, regnauit authoritate 
Comitis et per institutionem Mag 
Martin et Macke £uoyDe, fílium 
OdoDis Flaui. Mac Eoin and mac 
Aedha are here erroneou8ly taken to 
be in apposition. 

A scribal error, which passed un • 

noticed by the editor, occurs in the 
A. L. C. (1291 ). The person who 
was made king is caUed Niall, son 
of Aedh. In the entry of his death 
at 12^5 in the same Annals, he is 
rightly named Brian, son of 

' Deceptive pledyes. — That is, they 
intended neTertbeless tocast offhis 
authority as soon as they could . C 
make8 an extraordÍQary blunder in 
this place : " Connaght made him 
the Feast of St. Briget I " That is, 
/e/, deceit is taken for /«'/, feast 
aud braighde, pledges, lor Brighde» 
gen. of Brigit^ a personal name. D 
al80 errs : Inhabitantcs tradiderunt 
eidem vUes tantum obsides. The 
F. M. omit /<-/, which is the chief 

376 aMMttLa ulcroti. 

Concobutv hUa T)ul5'Da, pi hUa-piacpac,* vo baéoft ap in 
c-Sinainn. — Comrogbail -oo '5enum vo Chaéal hUa 
Concobuip 7 vo "Níall ^elbui-De 7 -oo lucxgaca coimei}\§i 
7) a paibe acu, erefi g^lLaiB 7 5<^i'5elaiB, d aiqfiiga* 
nia§nufa 7 impefain t)0 cabaipt; 7)015 1 Capai'fe-Culain'o 
(aliap'-Chuliíiaile''). Ocup CacalT)0 lot; ann 7 TTlu|i£ff5, 
mac 'Cai'bg hUi Concobuip, t)0 mapba-5 ann 7 'oaine eile 
7 eic im^^a 'oo Buain 'oo íTiuínnceii ITla^nufa 7 mai'om 
'Do rabaipt; ap pein 7 a 'oul ap po laim 7 cfieca motiaT)o 
'^enum T)o muínnrep Caéail [U]i Concobuiji 7 t)0 ílíaU 
^elbui-Se ap. n-guin CaÉail 1 Caipppi. Ocup THa^up 
ConcoBaip, ap recc t)o Shil-TTluipe-^aig Cuigi 7 a aei^ 
B66a SpaDapein 7 5aLl[ai15] Rofa-|Comain v'a fx)ipi€in ap 
naiíiapac ap eipin maDma, cocc t)ó 1 n-aippcip* na cpe£- 
(Cp' bpei€« T)0 poppo ap 8pa€-in-pepain[n] po'n** OCenac, 
in cpec uiLe vo buain t)iB 7 "NíaLL pein T)o '^uL ap eipn 
ap 7 'Comap TTlac ^o^T^^LB T)o mapba^ ann 7 a bpoéaip, 
*OaiBié TTlac 5o^pceLB, T)o §aBaiL ann 7 a mapbcr5 ipin 
Laiííi pin* 7 mopan aiLe^ T)o*n T^-pLo^ fin T)o mapbcr5 ann, 
eT:ep ^aLLaiB 7 ^ai^eLaiB. Ocup recc t)o Mi'aLL ap fi€ 
ojxip 7 a pepann pein t)0 rabaipc T)Ó. Tk)pi§ne^ ecep- 
capaic mop 7 innLac aT)BuL eruppu : puabaipT^in npeT)o 
^aBaiL vo "NíaLL ; cpec mop vo -Senum vo TTlhagnup ap 
MíaLL 7 a ap^ain uiLe.^ — OCe-S hUapaLLamain quieuicin 
[Chpipco]. — Con^aLac TTlá^ 6oca5a[i]n,T:aipec Cene[oi]l- 
phiacai'5, mopruup epT;. 

(bpian'' pLainn, pi O-'CuipTjpi, occippup epc— 
Toipp-^eaLbac hUa T)omnaiLL t)0 aépi^a^ T)a bpaíaip 

A.D. 1287. *0— , A. »aefa (gen.) A. «-pr, A. 'eile, A; «, B. 
»^oai|* bfiet — and {he) overtooh^ B ; foUowod by C, D. ^ potv an — up«n 
the, B. » cecTia— í A< same^ B, C. 1 J om., B, C, D. ^* n. t. h., A ; om., 
B, C, D. 

*Seer«tly. — Lit^rallj (as rendered 
in C), under hand. It means that he 
waa not recognised. Fauore, potioB 
quam proprid induBtriá, euasit, D. 

* Maghnus. — Here, by the native 
idiom, nom. absolute. 

• With dtjicultif.^** Eso^peá 
hardlj," C ; valide, licet íugiendo, 
euaait, D. 

(1287). >fínflíi.— Thia item ii 
in the F. M, (who hare dUd, inst«ad 
of was tlain) at 1291. The other 


Concobur TJa Dubhda, king of TJí-Fiachrach, was drowned [1291] 
in the Shannon. — ^A general muster was made by Cathal 
Ua Concobuir and by Niall the Tawny and by all the folk 
that they had capable of rising out, both Foreigners and 
Oaidhil, to depose Maghnu& And they gave battle in 
Caradh-Culainn (otherwise, [CaradhJ-Chulmaile) and Cathal 
was injured therein and Murchadh, son of Tadhg Ua Con- 
chobuir and other persons [were killed tbere]. And raany 
horses were taken from the people of Maghnus aud defeat 
was inflicted upon himself and he went therefrom 8ecretly.* 
— ^And many preys were made by the people of Cathal Ua 
Conchobuir and by Niall the Tawny [in revenge] for tha 
wounding of Cathal in Cairpre. And Maghnus^ O'Con- 
cobhair, when the Sil-Muiredaigh came to him and [when] 
his own retinue and the Foreigners of Hos-Comain [came] 
to his aid on the morrow after the defeat, he went to the 
rescue of the preys. On his overtaking them at Srath-in- 
íherainn and close by the Aenach, all the prev was taken 
from them and Niall himself escaped with difficulty^ there- 
from. And Thomas Mac Goistelb was Idlled there and his 
iínsman, David Mac Goistelb, was captured there and 
much more of that host, both Foreigners and Gaidhil, was 
killed there. And Niall came, on peace [being made], into 
the country and his own land was given to him. Great 
recrimination and contention [however] happened between 
them : the direction of the coimtry was assumed by Niall ; 
a great foray was made by Maghnus on Niall and he was 
completely despoiled by him. — Aedh Ua Fallamhain 
rested in Christ. — Conghalach Mag Eochaga[i]n, chief of 
Cenel-Fiachaidh, died. 

(Brian^ 0*Flainn, king of Ui-Tuirtri, was slain. — (1287) 
Toirdhealbach Ua Domnaiil was deposed by his own kins- 

two entries are in the A. L. C. were g^Ten at the same date as tbe 

nnder 1291. Perhaps the Conti- foregoing textual events in the 

niiator plaoed them here, thongh sonrce whence he drew. 
Et the wTcng jear, becauBe thev 



aMMala uIccoíí. 

pein, 17)011, •D*CCe* hUa T)omnaill 7 pi^ th) |atkiil t» 
pein api|^. — CCe-oiiu ÍTlhaspac, abb na 'Cpinoi'oe ajx Loc- 
Che, in ChpifTX) quieuic.*') 

[bif.] ]Cal. lan. [p.* 111, U ix.,*] CCnno ^Oomini TTl.'* cc'lxix.* 
uin.**^[-xc.ii.''] SLuas" lepn lapla cecna cum ma|nufa, 
no co fiainíc co Hop-Comam 7 T)oini[í]íc ^an bpai|T)e, 
^an ne]\T: T)on cupup fin. Rolen inio|ipo TTla§nuf in t> 
lapla co TTHL1U57 T)0f\i5ne a oigíieifi ann.' — Tk)nncff5, 
mac eogain hlli Concobuip, quieuic in [Chpifco].— 
8oThttipLi'D ^aipmLe^ai'D do mafiba'o La hUa^ WeiLL — 
WiaLL 5euLbuiT>e hUa Concobuip vo mapba* t)0 T^afig, 
inac CCinnpittf hUi Concobuip 7 vo 'ChuaéaL, mac TTluip- 

AC4o ceprai^. — TTla^ CocLtt[i]n, pi T)eLCna, t)0 mafibat | vo 
8hipin TTlttc pheo[iaif z\ie pop^oLL in^ lafiLa. — CCinT)iLef 
T)ocapTOi5, cai]^c CCfiT)a-Tni'5aip, quieuit; in Chfiifco. 

]CaU lan. [p.' u., L. acx.,"*] CCnno T)omini TTl.** cc.* Laax* 
ix."**[-occ.'' 111.°] TTla^nuf hUa Concobuifi, fii Connate pe' 
coic^ bLia'5na co Leié, in pefi Denrfia fiDa 7 co^ai'B fiobo 
mó ^Tiain 7 cofsup 7 fob' pefp ei'nec 7 egnom 1 n-a 
aimfip f ein t)o 5h«i'5oLaiC, lafi m-bei€ t)ó [lairi 1 n- 
^aLttfi, mofT:uuf efr. — CaraL hU« Concobuifi th) mafiba^ 
T)o Ruai'bfi, mac T)onnca'5a fiaBai§. — Ca€aL puaT) hUa 
Concobuip d'Don,'* mac Concubaip puai'B**) t)0 ftaBaiL pi|i 
ConnacT; lap n-^abaiL CCe'fea, mic Co^ain. Ocuf Coéal 
cerjntt vo mapba'o 1 cinn p aiéi vo Tluai'5pi, mac T)onn- 
ctt'5a fittBtti^ hLli Concobuip 7 CCe'B, mac Cogain, tx) 

A.D. 1288. ^O, A. «an, A. »> 1292, ovorhead, n. t. h.,A; aHat 

1292, n. t. h., C; 1292, on margin, D. «om., B. C, D. 

A.D. 1289. 1 .u. (the Latin equivalent uBed here and elBewhere if 
contraction). A, B. ^ 1293, overhead, n. t. h., B ; alias 1293, n. t. h.,Cí 

1293, onmarg^, D. «^ om. (probahlj by mÍAtake), A. <*-«* itL, n. t. h.. 
A ; om., B, C, D. 

* Tnnity. — The Premonstraten- 
Hian abbcy, Trinity Itdand, Loch 

[12Í>2] \/^<f<y=1292 of the 
* Son of Andrew, — D adda : mio 



inan, namely, by Aedh TJa DomnaiU and the Idngship was [1291] 
takeQ by hiraseU agaín. — Aedru Magrath, abbot of the 
Trinity- in [///. on] Loch-Che, rested in Christ.) 

Xalends of Jan. [on 3rd feria, 9th of the moon,] a.d. ri292Bi8.1 
1288^[-92]. A host [was led] by the same Eari against 
Maghnus [Ua Conchobair], until he reached Ros-Comain, 
and he went without hostage, without sway, on that ex- 
pedition. Maghnus, however, foUowed theEari to Miliug 
and complied with his full demand there. — Donnchadh, 
8on of Eogan TJa Conchobuir, rested in Christ. — Somhair- 
lidh O'Gairmleghaidh was Idlled by TJa NeiU. — Niall TJa 
Conchobuir the Tawny was killed by Tadhg, son of 
Andrew* TJa Conchobuir and by Tuathal, son of Muircer- 
tach. — Mag Cochla[i]n, king of Delbna, was killecl by 
Sifin Mac Feorais [Birmingham], through dircctioa of the 
Eari. — Aindiles O'Dochartaigh, chief of Ard-Midhair,^ 
rested in Christ. 

Kalends of Jan. [on 5th feria, 20th of the moon,] a.d. 
1289^[-93]. Maghnus TJa Concobuir, king of Connacht 
for five year8 and ahalf, the man of the Gaidhil f or making 
peace and war that caused most terror and triumph and 
was best in ho8pitality and benevolence in his own time, 
after being a quarter [of a year] in iUness, died. — Cathal 
TJa Conchobuir was killed by Ruaidhri, son of Donnchadh 
the Swarthy.2 — Cathal TJa Conchobuir the Red (namely, 
son of Concubar the Red) took the kingship of Connacht 
after the capture of Aedh, son of Eogan [TJa Conchobair]. 
And the same Cathal was Idlled at the end of a quarter 
[of a year] by Ruaidhri, son of Donnchadh TJa Conchobuir 

original of the expresdon is in the 
F, M' at thÍ8 year. 

[1293] i/^<y^=1293 of the 

Domichadh the Swarlh^.^Do- 
nati fusci, D. 

Bría[i]n Lnaigne — son of Brian of 
Loighni. This is £^yen in the 
A. L, C, (1292). 

For Toathal, see the íinal entry 
of foUowing jear. 

* Ard'Midhair,-'!) adds : com- 
xannÍB omnibns hospitalitate. Tho 



380 atiMalcc uLoDti. 

le^an af 7 ^1151 Connacx -oo ^aBail do*' cjie nejic in 
^biufnp. — Caiflen 8I1515 vo 'Benum vo 8heon p[c2] 
Tromup 7 a 'Sul raipir co rec |ii§ 8axan. — 006*5, tnac 
B 66b Bo^ain hUi Concobuip, vo ^abail pi^ Connacx^ | / a 
ni^a'D Wn 5iú]xip 7 do niuinnce|i* in^|ii§ 7 an' 'Decnia6* 
la iQfi' n-a pisa^, a gaBail vo TOac g^fuiilT; i^ meBail 7 
coica^ -oa niuinnT:e|i vo mapba'o^ cpeca mofia "00 '5enani 
aip — ínu]ica& hUa 1TlaiL-[8h]eclainn, pi ÍTH'De, quiemc 
in [Chpifr:o]. — pe^i^al hUa Ua^aillais, fií ííluínnT^etii- 
ÍTlhailmóp.'Da, mopmuf efc — 'Cain^i pcrD[\aic^ 7 Coltiim- 
ciLle 7 b]ii5De do voillfiú^u'D DofHcoLrnacíílaiL-lffU, 
-DO Chomafiba pa-Dpaic,^ vo hez 8aBuLL paqfiaic^ 7 a 
cósbail-DO 7 lafi n-a® ro^baiL, pepra mópa 7 mi|ibuiLe5a 
'DO'Denum 7 a cu|\'DÓfun a fcpin cum'oaig co honopac. — 
ílílófi, msen pei'bLimfe hlli Concobuifi, quieuic in 
[ChfiifTX)]. — pioipínc hUa CetvbaLla[i]n, efpuc 'Cijie- 
hBogain* (aliap,'* e]^puc T)aipe**), quieuic in [Chpifco}— 
TTluipce|icac hUa piannG5a[i]n, TOipec CLainm-Coíail, 
quieuii; in [Ch|iifT:o]. — 'Cuofal,*' mac niui|\cepTXii§(htli' 
Choncubaip'*), 'do mapba'b la muinnT:eíi-6a§[\a. 

(CoíaL' ÍTlac T)iapma'Da, [115 TTlhui5e-iuip5,'DO§aBcnl 
le hOCe-D, mac Oogain hUi ChoncuBaip, im meaBuil^he 
-pein 'DO •5uL ap éi^in ap ropoD a lama ay a £uiB|ii5il5 7 
cpeac 'DO 'Denum "ho ap cloinn Chaéail hUi phLannosan. 
Ocup miLle'D® Connacc do reacx vo na hoLcaiB T)0|\inT)eí 
annpn enp goBaiL 7 mapba'D.' — CCeT),' mac [BoJsain 

A.D. 1289. *cni, A. ^\n,B. * .x. mcró, A, B. «a,A. «.l.(theLtón 
numeral used as contraotion), A, B. '-ij;, B. ' n-o, A. '1111117, (A) MS. •*« 
hucc an 5iu|n[^ 7 niuinnce|\i — by the power o/the Ju8ticiary and ihepnp^ 
{pfthe king)^ B ; **by the power of the deputy," C. ' ap,— on (=«/tór), A, 
» 'Doi|ie — of Doire^ with : no, 'Chii^i-h 6^0501 n — or, of Tir-Eogain^ itL, t. 
h., B ; foUowed by C and D. ^ om., D. * 'n. t. h., A ; om-, B, C,D. 
JU. m., n. t. h., but difFerent from that of ** , A ; om., B, C, D. 

nection with which he went to 
England), see D. 7., IV. 147. 

Opposite thi8 entrj, 1. m., Lttín 
hand, is : Reedificatio Sligi^ ftf 

^ Justiciarg. — William de Ve»ey, 

* Fitz Thomas.—Fitz Gerald of 
'^^ffalv. For the wager of battle 
Detween him and de Vesey (in con- 



the Swarlhj. And Aedh, son of Eogan, was liberated and [1293] 
the kingship of ConDacht taken by him through the power 
of the Justiciarjr.^ — The castle of Sligech was built by 
John Fitz Thomas* and he went across to the house of the 
king of the Saxons. — Aedh, son of Eogan Ua Conchobuir, 
took the king8hip of Connacht and he was made king by 
the Justiciary and by the people of the king and the tenth 
day after his being made king, he was captured in 
treachery by Fitz Gerald. And fif ty of his people were 
killed and great prey8 were made upon him. — Murchaih 
TJa Mail-[S]echlainn, king of Meath, rested in Christ. — 
Ferghal Ua Raighaillaigh, king of Muinnter-Mailmordha, 
died. — The relics^ of [SS.] Patrick and Colum-ciUe and 
Brigit were revealed to Nicholas Mac Mail-Issu, [namely] 
to the successor of Patrick, to be in Sabhall of Patrick. 
And they were taken up by him and, after their being taken 
up, great deeds and marvels wcre done and they were 
placed honourably by him in an ornamental shrine. — Mor, 
daughter of Feidhlimidh Ua Conchobuir, rested in Christ. 
— Florence® Ua Cerballa[i]n, bishop of Tir-Eogain (other- 
wise, bishop of Daire), rested in Christ. — Muircertach Ua 
Flannaga[i]n, chief of Clann-Cathail, rested in Christ. — 
Taathal, son of Muircertach (Ua Conchubair), was killed 
by the Muinnter-Eaghra. 

(Cathal^ Mac Diarmada, king of Magh-Lurg, was taken qi28íí) 
prisoner by Aedh, son of Eoghan Ua Conchubhair, in 
treachery. And he himself went by force, by dint of his 
own power, out of his fetters and a foray was made by him 
on the children of Cathal Ua Flannagan. And destruction 
of Connacht came of the evils that were done then, both 

• T/u relics, ete. — O'Donovan {F, 
Ji. iii. 456 sq) adduces reasons to 
■hew that this disooverj did not 

take plaoe. 

• Florenee.^On April 22, 1293, 
foiir jeare later than the textual 

datA of his death, he paid a fíne of 
20s. for not coming to parliament 
{D. /., IV. 21). He died the samc 
year, before October 10 {ib. 94). 

(1289) 1 Cathaf, ete.—The ad- 
ditions belong to 1293. The first 


ccíjMaccc uiaror). 

h[tli Concu]biiiíi, inci[pi]c pe[5n]a|iG. — Tlebqui[a]e 
[8ancr]opum pacpicii, CoLumbae [ez] bpisi'oae [hoc] 
anno in[uen]rae ^uuzJ) 

lCaU lan. [p' ui., L i.,*] CCnno T)oniini Tíl.'' cc." a»."** 
[-1111.°] CCeV niac Bo^ain, vo •5enuni cpec mofi ap 
Clainn-1Tlui|vcepT:ai§. — ÍTluificepnac, mac ÍTlagnurahUi 
Concobuifi, a^bup coice'5ai§^ ^r P^PÍ^ "^ ^^ '^'^ fiiniu'5* 
A 64d pein, 7)0 mapbo^ le T)oninall, mac 'Cai'Bs 7 le TaA^ — i 
T)0Tnnall hUa h6§pa, pi iui§ne, quieuir; in [Chpifco]. — 
ITlael-SecLainn hUo^ pLanna^a[i]n, caifec CLainni- 
CaraiL, -00 mapbaí La CaíaL, mac Txn'Ss ÍTlic ^Oiafi- 
mara, ap fpaiT) SLisi^/ — T^onnca-o TTlac Con[8h]nama, 
caifec ÍTluinncepi-Cinaera,^ quieuic in [Chpipco]. — 
T)uapcan ÍTlac® 'Cisepnain, raipec 'CeaLLai§-T)uncawi, 
quieuiT: in [Chpipro]. — CaíaL mac Cai-D^ ÍTlic T)iap- 
maca, pí lTlui§e-iuíp5, quieuir: in [Chpipco]. — Cappac- 
in-caipn ÍTlag 'Chigepnain, caipec 'CheLLai§-T)uncafta, 
quieuinn [Chpiprjo]. — CaipLen 8Lip§ "do Leosa'B Le hOCeft, 
mac Co^ain hUi** ConSobuip.** — ^T)epbaiL,' ingen 'Cai'os 
ÍTI1C (CaéaiL* TTlic') T^iapmara, quieuir; in [Chpifro].— 
ÍTlaeLpuanaig, mac ^iLLa-CpifD ÍTlic T)iapmaTXi, w 
§aCaiLpi§i 1Tlai5i-Luip^.* — In c-lapLa (iT)on,' RicapT) a 
bupc, iT)on, an r-lapLa pua-o*) T)o§abaiLT)ofnac 5®pailt; 
7 buai'5pe'5 Cpenn uiLe T)o zecz rpiT) an' gaBaiL* pa— 
Cpeca'* mopa mebLa t)0 '^enum T)o ÍTlac ^^paiLc^T^o 

A.D. 1290. »-7015, B. 'cineD, A: »0, A. ♦-gi'ó, A. »-<ii*, K 
« TTlas, B. 1294, overhead, d. t. h., B ; alias 1294, n. t. h^ B, C ; 12W 
on margin, D. •= This item Í8 omitted in D. ^-^ om„ B, C ; giyen ln D. 
'••om., B, C, D. '-' itL, n. t. h., (A) MS. «-«itl.. n. t. h., A; om., B,C 
D. Opposite the entrj, r. m., t. h., A, B, is 'gabail Tílaic ^erunlc <í[í tn 
lafxla— /V<« Geralds capiure of the Earl ; literallj : capture ofFittOfTÉld 
on the EarL 

Í8 given in tho A» L. C. at that 
year; the second and third are 
respectivelj foond (with more de- 

tail) in the third and eighth of the 
original entries of this year. 
[1294] »7^^=1294 of thcil.X. C 



by capturing and Idlling. — Aedh, son of Eogan Ua Con- (1289) 
chobuir, begins to reign. — The relics of Saints Patricfc» 
Coliimba and Brigid were found this year.) 

Xalends of Jan. [on 6th feria, Ist of thc moon,] a.d. [1294] 
1290^[-4]. Aedh, son of Eogan [TJa Conchobair], made a 
great foray on the Clann-Muircertaigh. — Muircertach, 
son of Maghnus Ua Concobuir, the one of his own sept 
best fit to be king of a Province, was killed by Domnall. 
8on of Tadhg and by Tadhg [Ua Conchobair]. — Donmall 
Ua Eghra, king of Luighni, rested in Christ. — Mael- 
Sechlainn Ua Flannaga[i]n, chief of Clann-Cathail, was 
killed by Cathal, son of Tadhg Mac Diarmata, on the 
Btreet of Sligech. — Donnchadh Mac Con[Sh]nama, chief of 
Muinnter-Cinaetha, rested in Christ. — Duarcan Mac 
Tigernain, chief of Tellach-Dunchadha, rested in Christ. 
— Cathal, son of Tadhg Mac Diarmata, king of Magh- 
Luirg,re8ted in Christ. — Carrach-in-cairn^ Mag Tigernain, 
chief of Tellach-Dunchadha, rested in Christ. — The castle 
of Sligech was levelled^ by Aedh, son of Eogan Ua Con- 
chobuir. — Derbail, daughter of Tadhg (son of Cathal) Mac 
Diarmata, rested in Christ. — Maelruanaigh, son of GiUa- 
Crisd Mac Diarmata, took the kingship of Magh-Luirg. — 
The Earl (namely, Richard de Burgh, that is, the Red 
Earl) was taken prisoner* by Fitz Gerald and disturbance 
of all Ireland came through that capture. — Great 
treacherous foray8 were made by Fitz Gerald and by Mac 

' Carrach - in - Caim. — Scabidus 
acervi lapidum, D. The origin of 
the floabríqaet is Tinknowii to me. 
The editor of the A. L. C, (i. 610) 
BajB the F. M, call him Duarcan. 
The explanation is, they give 
Dnarcan's obit (the next preceding 
entrj bnt one) and omit this. 

Levelled. — See the third original 
entry o£ [1298], mpra. 

* Taktn prisoner. — At the olose of 
1294, or earlyin 1295 (Z). /., IV. 
191 : the RoU referred to by 
O'Donovan, F. M. iii. 462, note n). 
Aocording to Clyn'8 Annals the 
earl was taken on Saturday [Deo. 
12] beforo the feast of St. Lucy 
[Dec. 13] 1294. Hence the text 
Í8 f our year8 antedated. 

384 ccMnaLa tiloDli 

ínac pheofiaif afi ConnacraiB 7 CCe'5, mac Bogain, vo 
f amailT; T)'ar|ii5a^. In dfiT)o tíiilliU'D -001 15 7 níp'gabfoc 
nefii: eili bu'B mo na fin. — T)aibi€ íllac 5^lle-0C|ifiaic 
•00 niapba*D la macaiB T)oninaill •ouiB hlli 6|;iria.' 

(^iUa-CC'DOTÍinain*' ílla^pair, comapba T^ejxmumn- 
T)abeó[i]5, quieuic •oecinio T:efino]CaLen'Daf fJouenibfiif 
hoc anno.*") 

]CaL lan. [p'' uii., L acn.,*] OCnno TDomini ÍH** cc.** xc.* i.*'' 
[-u.] In T:-lafila cei:na "00 légun afoo íllacS^fiailc 
T:fie nefiT; fiig 8axan ap bpai^DiB niaici[6] T)'a cineo 
B 660 pein. — I bpian, mac CCe-Da bui-Be hUi "NeilL, fii CeniuiL- 
©o^ain,^ vo maíiba-B La T)oninaLL (mac* bfiiam') htli[-a] 
"NeiLL 7 afi mofi do ^haLLaiB 7 t)o ^bai'BeLaiB 'maiLLe 
Pfiif (ínaiT)m** na CíiaiBe*). — TDomnaLL hUa* CeLLai§. pi 
htla^-ínaine, in T;-aen 5íi«i*©L if 5L1CU 7* if* Línai§i[u]* 
7 \f ipei[i\i comuipLe T)obi' 1 n-a •Duéai'D' pein a** n-6fiinn,^ 
a ég 1 n-aibiT; manai§ j a crbnucaL 1 Cnoc-ÍT]uai'5e. — 
Conn^Tílac bpana[i]n, caifec Coíic[a]-CCcLanT), occifnif 
efT;.* 'ComaLrac*' ITlac bfana[i]n, in T:aifec T)0fii§ne5 
n-a ína'5, t)0 map ba-S t)o ríiuínnTjep ChonaLLa[i]n a n- 
T)i§aiLT; a n-aruji t)0 mafibcr5 T)ófum.** — Cogcro* móf 1 
'Ciji-ConaiLL ifin* bLicr5ain fin.^ — Caga-^ mójx ecefijií 
8axan 7 jií pjian^c.— CaifLen^ [ínui5e-T)uma^] 7 caifLen 
in baiLe-nua 7 caifLen Tíluigi-bjiecjiai'^e t)o Leasor5 la 
8eaffjiai5 hUa peji§aiU 

A.D. 1290. ^^t m., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1291. 'Cenet— , A. »0, A. 'coscró, A. *íf (ahort form of 
the textual word), B. ^ 1296, overhead, n. t. h., B ; alias 1295, n. t. L., C ; 
1296, on margin, D. «^itl., t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. ^^r, m., t. h., A; 
1. m., t. h., B ; om., C, D. •-•om., A, D ; given in B, C. ' T>ob*— <A«< 
tra«, B. « aimj^yi— ííW, B, C ; om., D. ^-^om., B, C, D. -*om„D; 
efc Í8 omitted in A. í j^ — this, B. ^-^ om., B, C, D ; a bUnk is left in 
the MS. for the name, which is here supplied from the Annah of Loek 
Ce (1295). 


Feorais on Connacht and Aedh, son of Eogan, seemed to [1294] 
be deposed. The country was destrojed by them ; but 
they got no power that was greater than that. — David Mac 
(Hlle-arraith was killed by the sons of Domnall TJa Eghra 
the Black. 

(Gilla-Adomhnain Magraith, superior of Tennonn- (1290) 
Dabeo[i]g, rested on the 13th of the Xalends of November 
[Oct. 20] this year.) 

Xalends of Jan. [on 7th feria, 12th of the moon], a.d. [1296] 
1291i[-5]. The same Earl waa liberated by Fitz Gerald,^ 
throughpower of the king of the Saxons, for good hostages 
of his own sept. — Brian, son of Aedh TJa NeiU the Tawny, 
was killed by Domnall (son of Brian) Ua NeiU and great 
havoc [was wrought] of Foreigners and Gaidhil along 
with him (The Defeat of the Craibh). — Domnall Ua 
Cellaigh, king of Uí-Maíne, the one Gaidhel the most 
prudent, the most perfect and of best counsel that was in 
his own district in Ireland, died in the habit of a monk 
and was buried in Cnoc-Muaidhe. — Conn Mac Brana[i]n, 
chief of Cprca-Achlann, was slaiiL Tomaltach Mac 
Brana[i]n, the chief that was made in his stead, was 
killed by the family of Cu-alla[i]n, in revenge of their 
fatber having been killed by him. — Great war in Tir- 
Gonaill in this year. — Great war^ between the king of the 
Saxons and the king of the French. — The castle of [Magh- 
Duma] and the castle of Newtown and the castle of Magh- 
Brecraídhe were levelled by Geoffrey Ua Ferghail. 

[12961 i/^p/ = 1296 of the 
A, L. C, 

^Fitz Gerald.'-He was In West- 
minster at the time, having sab- 
mitted to the Iring's will respecting nexion of Ireland therewith, see 

treasonable offenoes laid to his 
charge(i). /., IV. 246). 

* War, — Edward I.'8 aborti?e 
expedition for the recoyery of 
Ga8cony- in 1296. For the con* 

uubu^ w WM ^uíf^ o wxii svoifv\:uxu.^ nexion oi jLreianQ tnere^ 
the caption of de Eurgh and other | V. L, IV. Index Gaiscmy. 


aMMalo: tiLcroti. 

A65a[bif.] ]cal. lan. [p' i., l. acx.111.'], CCnno T)omini m.*» cc^ xc." 
ii.***'[-ui.**] CCe'D, mac Bojiain hUi Concobuip, 'o'aCiii^a* 
•o'a oitiGci: pein 7 Clann-TTInipceprail vo éabaipc ayn\i 
1 n-a ina'D 7 cennii]^ 7 bpai§Di do cabaitiT; 7)0 Choncobufi 
fiucrb, mac CaéaiL 7 in ríp uile, ereii cill 7 ruaié, vo 
nnTliu'5 T^jiefan crcin§aft fin. Cíiic-Caipppi uile vo 
lofca-B 7 vo niilliu'5 la Clainn-TTIuipcejíicai^ 7 •oul pa 
cemplaiB in rípe t)oiB. Ocup T)ODi§ail T)ia 7 Colum- 
cille 7 muipe bainn^epna, ifarempuill T>ofHxip§eT)Uii. — 
Slua^" móíi vo Tnnol T)o'n OCe-B cecna pn 7)0 ^^alloiB 7 
T)o ^tíai'belaiB pa Uilliam búpc 7 pa 'CeboiT) a bópc, co 
paboDup ceiépi* hoiíce ipuip 7 poTÍiilleaT)up apbanna 7 
imenna in T;ipe uile 7 cangaDup raipic in npe 'n-a T;ec 
annpin. RugaT^up leó laT) co rec in lapla, vo 'oenum 
f\za CCe'Ba. Ocup ge po^ellfor, nip' comaillpeT: in pi'fi 
7 T)0 aenraigeT^up afiip an recc va t:i§ lepin Clainn 
coT^na fin. 1 n T;-CCe'5 cecna pin vo roi'oecT; ipna 'CuaéaiC. 
pep^ail 7 ma^ Hasnaill co n-a n-imipciB t>o íabaipc 
T)ó leip. Ocup zecza vo cup cum mac T)iapmaTXi 7 

pianna5a[i]n 7 innT^oB t)OiB ipTJip Tjpepan T;ecT^aipecc 
pin 7 Concobup pua-B vo'^ lenitiain 7 cpec vo '&enum t)ó 
poppo. lmpo'5 T)oi6 poppo, iT)on, ap in cpeic 7* Concobup* 
pucrb, mac' Caíail,' t)o mapbcrb le mac T^iapmcroa^ ap 
TX>pai'5ecr: na* cpeice. Ocup LocLainn, mac Concobuip, do 
|abaíL7 magnup, mac 'ComaLuais, T)o§abaiL 7 becan** vo 
•fecnniB eiLe vo mapba-^ ann.** Ocup ip ann T)opinne'5 pin, 

1 Cinn-CeiT)i Chipe-CucrcaiL — CCeD hUa^ Concobuip 7 
mac T)iapmcrca 7 pep^aiL 7 na hoipecT;a ap£eana t>o 

A.D. 1292. ^n-'DiaTi— , B. ^ 0, A. *> 1296, overhead, n. t. h., B ; 
alias 129C, n t. h., C ; 1296, on margin, D. «=«om., B, C, D. ^ Over o is 
placed a, n. t. h., to makethe reading-Da [=T)0 a] — {foUowed) them^ MS. 
(A). • B has voow—nameltf {quia, D), introducing the punishment that 
was inflicted on the profaners of the churcbefl. 

[1296] »7^^=1296 of tiie 
^ Church and terr%tory, — " Both 

spirituall and temporall/' C ; in 
utroque foro, D, 


Xalendp of Jan. [on Ist feria, 23rd of tbe moon], a.d. [i296Bifl.l 
1292i[-6]. Aedh, son of Eogan TJa Conchobuir, were 
deposed by his own tribe and the Clann-Muircertaigh were 
brought into the countrjr in his st^ad and headship and 
hostages were given to Concobur the Red, son of Oathal 
[tJa Conchobair]. And the whole countrjr, both church 
and territorjr,* was destro^ed through that deposition. All 
the districl of Cairpre was bumed and destrojed by the 
Clann-Muircertaigh and the churches of the territory were 
attacked by them. And God and Colum-ciUe and Mary, 
the Queen, whose churches they profaned, avenged [this]. 
— A great host was mustered by the same Aedh of 
Foreigners and Gaidhil under WiUiam de Burgh and 
under Theobald de Burgh, so that they were four nights 
in the country and they de8troyed the crops and chattels 
of all the country. And the chiefs of the country came 
into their house [ie., submitted] then. They took them 
with them to the house of the Earl [Richard de Burgh], 
to make peace with Aedh. And though they promised, 
they kept not the peace and they united again with that 
same Clann on retuming to their homes. That same 
Aedh came into ** The Territories." O'Ferghail and Mag 
RaghnaiU with their forces he brought with him. And 
messengers were sent to the Mac Diarmatas and O'Flan- 
naga[i]ns and they returned into the country in conse- 
quence of that message. And Conchobur the Red 
followed and made a foray upon them. They tumed 
upon these, namely, upon the foray force and Concobur 
the Red was killed by Mac Diarmata, in driving the prey. 
And Lochlainn, son of Concobur, was taken and Maghnus, 
son of Tomaltach, was taken and a small number of other 
persons were killed there. And where that was done is in 
Cenn-Ceidi of Tir-Tuathail. Aedh TJa Concobuir and Mac 
Diarmata and OTerghail and the allies also made large 
retaliatory f orays on the people of Clann-Muircertaigh the 


ccMMalxc uLcroTi. 

•feenuTTi qfiec ínófi n-T)i§la a|i niuinnT:iiri* Clainni-ÍHuip- 
cepraig in la cerna — In*" Laclann cerna fin, mac Con- 
cobuifi, vo 'Ballafi 7 a é^ a n-urup. a •5alU:a.* — 5^lLa-lay^ 
tHac-in-Liaéanai^, en>uc Oil-pnn, quieuii; in [Chpifco]. 
— ínaeL-peT)Uiíi T)uib5enna[i]n, afici'Deocan na 
bjieipne, o T)puíni-cLia15 co Cenannuf, quieuic in 
Chíiifco.* — ÍHofifLua^ Le \v\^ 8axan 1 n-CCLbain, ^jx'gaC 
B 66d riefir; CCLbair uiLe 7 ^ufi'iíiiLL | ruara 7 sufi'fgíiif oijxecTO* 
7 egLufa 7EU fonnfux'5ac mai'nífcep. Opaéap., co nap pag^ 
cLoc afi air; di' 7 sufi'mafiB pift[u] spai'ft 7 mná inri-5a. 
Ocup 'Doba'Dup maiéi pep n-6penn ap in fLuag fin, iwn, 
Hicap'D a bupc, lapLa ULa'b 7 ITIac 5®PC[^Lc, i-Don, 8eón 
p[cz] 'Comuf. 

A 66b lCaL. lan. [p.' 111., L. 1111.',] CCnno T)omini ÍTI.'* cc* axi.' 
iii.''^[-uii.°] Concobup, mac 'CaicLi^, mic T)iafim<n:a, 
mic''Concobuifi(mic*'Cai'55*) ÍHic 'Oiaiimara,*' fii ÍTluiéi- 
tuips 7 CCipTíig, finfepbpaíaip 7 ngepna muinnT^efii- 
TTlaeLpuanai§ uiLe, pep fiob' pep^ rpoiT)* 7 cacuft,'' ^aL 
7 5aifce'5, innfai§i'5' 7 ano^,' 'oin' 7" refimonn, fifiinne' 
7 pLaiéemnuf 1 n-a comaímfiji, quieuiz: in [Chfiifco] (/ 
a a'5Lucu'5 imTTIainifDip, na buiLLe**). — TTlaJnuf 
hCCinLi,* raifec CeniuiL-T)ob€a,^ quieuir; in [Chpifco]. — 

A.D. 1292. «-fluaiée^, B. ^-ivecc, B. «-gaiB, B. ''om.. A, D; 
gÍTen in B, C. *om., B (C). The word having referenoe to what is not 
given in that text. *»-^ 'oonne aili [Vi MS.] t)0 maivbcrD — other pertont were 
JtíUedf B (C). Note the omisaion of ann — in that place^ which refen to 
what Í8 not given in B. * om., B, C, D. J This item is omitted in D. 

A.D. 1293. ^f^eti|i,B. '-Ifóe, B. •-•oopa (tbe phonetic form), A. 

»» 1297, overhead, n- 1. h., B ; oIím 1297, n. t h., C ; 1297 on margin, D. 

«■«om., B, C, D. ^^ itl., n. t. h., MS. (A). •^ placed after plaitemnnf, 

* MaC'in'Liathanaigh. — Son ofthe 
(Srey (O'Conor). According to the 
ji, L. C.,he had been abbot of the 
Trinity, Loch Ce, and was choeen 
bishop on the death of O'Tomaltev, 
1284, tupra. On Sept. 10, 1296, 

the Idng inf ormed Wogan, the Jos* 
ticiarj, that Trinotos IGilla^na- 
Trinoite^ Devotee of the Trinityl 
O'Thomeltj [probablj brother of 
the bishop-elect jost mentioned] 
and Denis of HoBOommon, canona 



íame day. — That same Lochlainn, son of Concbobur, was [1296] 
blínded and he died in the illness of his blinding. — GiUa- 
Isa Mac-in-Liathanaigh,^ bishop óf Oil-finn, rested in 
Christ. — ^Mael-Pedair 0'Duibhgenna[i]n, archdeacon of 
Breifni from Druim-Cliabh to Cenannue, rested in Christ 
— ^A great host [was led] by the king of the Saxons into 
Scotland, so that he got coramand of all Scolland and 
de8troyed temtories and despoiled shire-lands and 
churches and particularly a Monastery of Friars,* so that 
he left not a stone of it in place. And he killed many 
ecclesiastics and women. And there were nobles of the 
Men of Ireland on that expedition, nanlely, Richard de 
Burgh,'^ Earl of TJlster and Fitz Gerald, that is, John 
Fitz Thomas. 

Xalends of Jan. [on 3rd feria, 4th of the moon], a.d. [1297] 
1293^[-7]. Concobur, son of Taichlech, son of Diarmait, son 
of Conchobur (son of Tadhg) Mac Diannata, king of Magh- 
Luirg and Airtech, elder brother and lord of all Muinnter- 
Maelruanaigh, the man of best courage and prowess, Talour 
and championship, attack and resistance, protection and 
asylum, truth and go?ernance in his own tíme, rested in 
Christ (and he was buried in the Monastery of the BuiU). 
— Maghnus 0*hAinli, chief of Ceuel-Dobtha, rested in 

oí Elphin, prajed íor licence to 
elect in place of Brother Oelasius 
[Gillo'Tsu], their late bishop [D. /., 
rV. 322), For the Bequel, see 
[1297], note 6, infra. The text is 
accordinglj f our jears in advance. 

* Ifonasten/ ofFriars. — According 
to the A. L. C. they were Domini- 
cans. The house, na the editor 
eaggeste, waa probablj St. 
Andrew's. The expedition took 
place in 1296. 

The entrj is thos unsatisf actorilj 
Bummarized in D : Hoo anno Rex 
Angliae cum potenti amiatura ' 

invasit Scotiam eamque fundi* 
tuB devaatando eccleaiasque et 
monasteria comburendo et subu- 

^ De Burgh^ tte. — Amongst the 
expenses in the aocount of the Irish 
treasurer for 1295-6 is an item of 
£5,011 138. 4d., to paj wages to 
Richard, Earl of Ulster, John Fitz 
Thomas, Theobald dé Boteler and 
others, leaving for the king's ser- 
yice in Scotlaod, at Pentecost, a. r. 
24ri296](Z). /.,IV. 346). 

[1297] »/^j = 1297 of the 
A. L. C. 


ffsi^rrrr m /^^hfísjrjfi'^ 7* <x oríÍJMiri r fTKii n « f l rft Ti|*orar6- 

ty> «WGff J>TÍ> u'extrxsfi* a**:. Tjrjrrrm 13«> i>'«i €«•: perru — fRofe 

mfnfcmenffí'MC 7 rcntnc xrm r|*«tí. pm Tp€Tfi etfci- — 
Tílael'T^hj^lamn ílHcic bpwjn- ab na OwTlLe. wfo^ot'D] 
ctffn extirjcr/tDe Oil-pnn 7 ni'if.í on O 'Oo*n»lwnp, 
V|wr/iift l^fsecítif-, •?» íoérj]^'&] fjetTne 7 a 'oiil "oo'n Hoiin i 
n^mcfjffiíum na hefpoccrr?» cecna 7 a é^ t» n mfof fwi.' 
— CuAíXjA O hCCnliiain, fá Oift^efi 7 a T>e|ib|íaaiip 7 
CCerngnf fnhojg Tílar^mna 7 fnopon t» inairiC a 
iútíinmefti vo mafboi la 5^jlltti5 'Oain-'Oelpin, 05 
ímp(/f> Van^Co'n laflo. — ^T^eftífjof^ailV in5enh[tl]í 
pl//fnD Bi-a^-lli pLoim)]. qtiieoir m [ChfifroV 

B ; om,, C, D. *-fjíju B. « obb., B, C, D. * penra .Clonfcft^ m gÍTi* 
>n B, but íi WM deleted ; C/í^mmoiou, C ; Ciuim msc m&f», on mMr^b^ V. 

* Connf/r. — In Antrím. Achonrj, 
B, C, D, Tbe troe reading' Í8 
í}erry. Hetirj, a CúrtercÍAn, wm 
cb/iten bi«bop oí tbe Utter «ee bj 
tbcpHmatein 1294 (/J. /., IV. 156 ; 
c/ tó. 105-7). He died earlj in 
1297 (tV>. 371) and wax socceeded 
bj Oeoffrej Mac Lonf^hlin (t6. 405). 
Tbe contemporarj bbbop oí Connor 
wan Jobn, elected at the cloee of 
12n, or tbe be^inning of 1293 {ib. 

• Cluain-mat -Noii. — Forgetting 
tbat ClonmacnoÍBC was par exeel' 
lmc€ tho Cluain, the F. M. read 
Clonfort, an error adopted bj 
O'DoQovan (iii. 460) and tho edítor 
of tlio A. L. C. (i. 519). The 
FranoÍNoan, William O'Duffj, was 
olcctod bishop of Clonmacnoise in 
1200 (/>. /., III. 726-35) and died 
boíoro Aug. 5, 1207 {ib. IV. 420). 

Tbe biahop of Clonfert at tbe 
time wa« Bobert, a Benedietine of 
Cbriflt Chorcb, Canterburj, i^ 
pointed bj Boniface VIII. (Jan. 2, 
1279: Tbeiner, p. 158),inBU0ceflBÍ0B 
to John of Alatri (coUector of the 
papal tenth in Ireland) promoted 
to the archbiahopric of Benevento. 

*Hotting. — Tbe war in Flanders 
ÍB intended. Edward crosaed orer 
in Aag. 1 296 and retnmed in March 
1297. (Z). /., rV. p. xvi) 

* H en/.— According to the F. M. 
both went (a n-'oot ap.aon) and 
Melaghlin died on the joomej. In 
support hereof, the editor (iii. 468) 
quotes the A*text, with a n-'oiil 
(thej went) for a •out (he went) ! 

But tfae A. L. C, a reliable 
authoritj in the present instanoe, 
agree with the Annalt of UUter. 
Furthermore, amongst the cbarges 



Christ. — Henry Mag Oirechtaigli, bishop of Conniri 
[Connor],^ a Grey [Cistercian] monk, rested in Chriet (and 
he was buried in the Mona8tery of [Mellif ont at] Drochaid- 
atha). — William O'Dubthaigh, bishop of Cluain[-mac- 
Nois],^ was killed by concussion, on falling from his own 
horse. — A great hosting* [was made] very courageou8ly by 
Edward, [namely] by the king of the Saxons, into Franoe 
and he came without conquest, without swav, therefrom. — 
Mael-Sechlainn Mac Briain, abbot of the BuiU, was elected 
to the bíshopric of Oil-finn and Marian O'Dondobuir, a 
Friar Preacher, was elected bef ore him and went^ to Rome 
to maintain^ [his election to] the same bishopríc and died 
on that journey. — Cu-TJlad O'Anluain, king of the 
Oirrthir and his brother and Aenghus Mag Matbgamna 
and many of the chiefs of his people were killed by the 
Foreigners of Dun-delgan, in retuming to their houses 
from the EarU — Derbhfhorgaill, daughter of TJa Floinn 
of Es[-T7i Floinn], rested in Christ. 


made agaixiBt Williain BinuÍDg- 
ham, arobbishop of Tuam, hj the 
dean of Annaghdown in person at 
the Coria, which Boniface VIII. 
(Jolj 20, 1303; sppointed judges to 
ÍDTestigate, the following appears : 
Cumqneqnondam Frater Marianus, 
tnnc Eleotus Elfínensis, ab eodem 
archiepiscopo, pro eo quod elec- 
tionem de ipso ad episcopatum 
Elfinensem de eadem provincia 
canonice celebratam renuerat oon- 
firmare, ad Sedem [Apostolicam] 
appeUaaaet predictam ao eiusdem 
electionÍB confírmationem a Sede 
obtinuisset eadem : prefatus archi- 
episcopus, horum nequaquam igna- 
ruF, in eiufldem Sedis contemptum, 
Malaobiam, tunc abbatem Monas- 
terii de Buellio Elfínensis dioccBÍs, 
qni nunc pro episoopo Elfínensi se 
gerit, receptá propter hoo ab eo 

quadam pecunie Hnmmá, in episco- 
pum Elfinenaem non absque simo- 
niaca labe preficere, quin potiuB 
intrudere, non expavit Sicque, 
eodem electo, antequam ad ecde- 
siam ipsam Elfinensem accederet, 
nature debitumper8olyente,predio- 
tus Malachias occupavit eandem et 
adhuc detinet occupatam. (Theiner, 
pp. 171-2.) 

It ia somewhat noteworthj to 
find the (apparentlj studied) 
meag^eness of the looal ohronides 
thus Bupplemented f rom a foreign 

^ Maintain. — That ia, to defend 
the validity of his election before 
the Curia : a course usual, either 
personallj or by proouration, with 
biahops-elect at that time. 

' Returning from the Earl. — They 
had probably aooompanied him on 


ccwMaLa tilaDti. 

A 65o 


]CaL lan. [p." liii., l. x.u.*], CCnno *Oon)ini TH." cc'* xc.* 
iiii.***[-uiii.**] 'Comaf P[t:z] muipif, bapun móp th) 
Clainn-5ep.ailT;, [p]ftip n-aboifiéea in c-eigpi cam, 
quieuiT; in [Chjiifco]. — 'Comaf hOi|ieccai§, ab eafa- 
fiuai-B, QUieuir; in [Chíiifco].— 8aftl5, ingen CCeDa bui'Be 
hUi WeilL, ben t^ai^ mic' CCnriiaf' hUi Concobuifi, 
quieuiT?» in [Chíiifco**].— bpian bpegac^ ÍD&s Sham|ia- 
'Bain, T:aifec Thellail-eaéac, 7)0 majiba* la hCCe-B m- 
bpeipnec hUa^ Concobuip. 7 la Clainn-ínui|ice|icai§ 
aiincena. — TDonnca'B,'' mac T)omnaill hlli 6aéna, in c- 
aen mac fig if pejifi eineac 7 pob' pejiji •oobí a cofnum 
a h\ie, T)o majibo^ la bpian Capjiac n-e^a, "Da 
bjia€aij\ pein, 1 meBail. 

(efcoboi'o' Chluana[-mac-'Noif] "oo ^aboil T)'tlilliam 
hUa "N-^p^i'nnan, 'o abbai'5 Chille-beo^ain.*) 

]Cal. lan.[f. u.,l.axjcui.^, CCnnoT)ominiín.*cc.*xc."u.'** 
[-IX.]** CClaxan'oaiji ITlac TDomnaill, in DUine^ jiob' pe|\ji 
einec 7 mai5[i]uj^ 'oobi i^ n-6pinn 7 1 n-lOClbain, a 
iíiaj\ba'5 le hCClaxan-oaiji ITiac T)ub5aill maiLle jie háji 
7)1 aipiíi 1*50^ T)'a muinnceji | pein uime.* — ^pejigaL hUa* 
P<ji§iL, efpuc Ra€a-bo€, in T;-aen ej^uc 5<íi'5eLac jiob' 
pejiji einec 7 vé\ic 7'' T^aenacc" 7 cjiabaí •oobí 1 n-ejiinn, 
quieuiT; in [Chpij^o]. — Caé vo éabaijic "00 jii§ Txxijicjii 
7 vo jiig pejimeni'a (im feiL ÍHuijie moiji in poéiíiuiji'*), 

A.D. 1294. 1 bTieaTKic, A. * 0, B. ^ 1298, overhead, n. t. h., B ; atíat 
1298, n. t. h., C ; 1298, on margin, D. «■« om., B, C, D. *-^ moTictia ejx, 
B, C, D. • n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A.D. 1295. i-ni, A. ^a, A. '-Tiftie, A. *0, A. *> 1299, overheid, 
n. t. h., B ; alias 1299, n. t. h., C ; 1299, on marg^n, D. =-«om., B, C, 
D. d^ iU., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

the expedition into Scotland the 
previouB jear. 

[1298] 1/^^=1298 of the 

Á» Jjm C 

^Fitz Mauriee,^JaBti(daTy of 

Ireland, March — October, 1295 
(/;. /., IV. 202-67). Died on the 
Wednesdaj after Trinitj Sondaj 
[June 4], a. r. [Edwardi] 26 [1298] 
(í6. 661). 


Salends of Jan. [on 4th feria, 15th of the moon], a.d. (1298] 
1294^[-8]. Thomas Fitz Maurice,^ a great baron of the 
Clann-Qerald, who was called The crooked Heir,* 
rested in Christ. — ThomaB O'hOirechtaigh, abbot of Eas- 
ruadh, rested in Christ. — Sadhbh, daughter of Aedh Ua 
Neill the Tawny, wife of Tadhg, son of Andrew TJa Con- 
cobuir, rested in Christ. — Brian Mag Shamradhain the 
Bregian, chief of Tellach-Eathach, was killed by Aed TJa 
Concobuir the Brefnian and by tho Clann-Muircertaigh 
besides. — Donnchadh, son of Domnall Ua Eaghra, the one 
Bon of a king that was best in generosity and that was best 
in defence of his country, was killed by Brian Carrach 
O'Eghra, [that is] by his own ^insman, in treachery. 

(The bishopric of Cluain[-mac-Nois] was taken by (1294^ 
William Ua Ninnan,^ namely, by the abbot of Cell-began.) 

Salends of Jan. [on 5th feria, 26th of the moon], a.d. [1299] 
1295^[-9]. Alexander Mac Domnaill, the person whowas 
the best for hospítality and excellence that was in Ireland 
and in Scotland, was killed, together with a countless 
number of his own people that were slaughtered around 
him, by Alexander Mac DubghaiU. — Ferghal Ua Firghil, 
bishop of Rath-both, the one Gaidhelic bishop who was the 
best for hospitality and charity and humanity and piety that 
was in Ireland, rested in Christ. — Battle^ was given by the 
Iring of Tartary and by the kingof Armenia (about the great 

*The CrooJted Eeir.—*'Th&twAB 1298 in the A, L, C, O'Finnen 

oalled the orooked heire,'' C ; qaique 
dioebatur haeres obliquus, T>. 

(1294) 1 Ua-Ninnan. — Rightly, 
XJa n-Finnain. The /, when 
éclipaed by n, was silent and conse- 
qiiently omitted by the oopyÍ8t. 
The entry is correctly givcn under 

8ucceeded 0'Duffy, [1297], note 3, 
supra, He died (probably in Aug.) 
1302 (D, i.,V. 121). 
[1299] ^i2gj = 1299 of the 

' Battle,'^0{ Damasoufl, Aug. 15, 



ccMwaLa ularDti. 

maille pó piaji(rou\í vo coméoi^bail,' -00 8hó[l}oan í\a 
baiBiloine 7 tx) na 8a|ifiaifT)in?15 apcena ([(£11]* T)iai|i!Íie 
T)o cabaific afi an 8o[l]T)an**). 

(fnuipif' hUa hógan, eppcop Chille-^a-lua, quieuixí.') 

Lbti*.] lCaL lan. [p'ui., L uii.'], CCnno T)onmni ITI.'* cc.** acc.* 
ui.°*'[-ccc.''] 'Ceboir;^ buicille|i, bafiun mófi, úofal, 
mopcuuf e^z. — heoan" PfiinnT^fiegar vo niapbcr5 le mac 
pacpa hUi phloínn.*' — CCvam 8T)onT)un, bapun moji 
aile,* quieui73* in [Chfiifco'*]. — Caiflen CC€a-clia6-in- 
cofiaínn vo €innf5eT)al lefin latila. — Seoinín" Ó5 TTlac 
TTlui|iif T)0 mapbcrb (La* Concubup, mac paCfia hUi 
phloinn')'' — ^peiT)Limit TTlas Cappíaig, aT)bu|i tiig ^Oef- 
TTIuman, quieuic in [Chfiifco]. — CongaLac hUa LocLcnnn, 
efpuc Cofcumfua^, f aí n-eínig 7 cifiaba[i]'5, quieuii; in 
fChfifco]. — 5^ipm coiTxenn T)orecc o Tloim 1' n-aimfep 
bonaf aif papa pa'n Cpi]xai'5ecT;* uiLe' 7 ^aca ceT;ma5 
bLia5ain nc* in gaipm fin 7 bLicr5ain Tíaéa a hainm fin. 
Ocuf fLuai§ T)iaifmi'5e a huiLiB €ipi15 na CpifDai'bacca* 
T)0 "^uL pa'n gaipm fin T)'a n-oiLi€pi co Tloim 7 Lo5(r5 a 
pec(r5 uiLe' T)'f a^BaiL t)oi15. 

AJD. 1296. • aile («., MS.)— oíAer, added, B. « n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

AJ). 1296. 1 'CeaboiT), B. ^SS., A, B. «o, A. MHXigacc, A. »0^ 
*-ypitca, A. »>1300, overhead, n. t. h.,B; reclius 1300, n. t. h«, C; 
reetiut anno 1800, on marg^ D. «•« om., B, C, D. *•* TnoTVUimf ef^ B, 
D ; TnoTiictip,, C. •-" a m., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. om., B, C ; giren 


[D ends with this year.] 

(1296) 1 O'Hogan, — Formerljr 
precentor of Killaloe. Elected 
biflhop Nov. 12, 1281 (Z). /., II. 
1286); died Oct. 1298 (i6. IV. 566). 
The obit is inoorrectlj gi?en in the 
A, L, C. nnder 1299. 

[1300] 1/^=1300 of the 

JL» ÁJm C 

^Dutler; Stanton They were 

among^t those whom Edward ad- 
droased, May 4, 1297, for aid 

towards the Gtasoon war (/). /., 
IV. 396). 

' ITa Lodilamn, — ^Formerly detn 
of Kilf enora. Elected biahop aboai 
Ang. 1281 (Z>. /., IL 184^-66); 
died Dec 1298 {ih. IV. 677). 
(Charles is the alias of Congaladu 
locc. citt.) 

* Jnritation.—The Bnll of Boni- 
face VIII., Feb. 2,1300, institiiting 
tho Jubilee eYery hondredth jmt 



fea8t of Mary of the Harvest [Aug. 15]), along with what 
assistance they could find, to the Sultan of Babylon and to 
the Saracens besides (Slaughter innumerable was inflicted 
on the Sultau). 

(Maurice O'Hogan,^ bishop of Cell-da-lua, rested.) 


Xalends of Jan. [on 6th feria, 7th of the moon], a.d. [1300Bíb.] 
1296i[1300]. Theobald Butler,^ a great, noble boron, 
died. — John Prendergast was killed by the son of Fíachra 
TJa íloinn. — Adam Stanton,- anothar great baron, rested 
in Christ. — The castle of the Hurdle-f ord of the Weir was 
begun by the Earl. — Johnikin Fitz Maurice junior was 
killed (by Conchubur, son of Fiachra Ua Floinn). — 
Feídhlimidh Mag Carrthaigh, future king of Desmond, 
rested in Christ. — Congalach TJa Lochlainn,^ bishop of 
Corcumruadh [Xilfenora], eminent in ho8pitality and piety, 
reated in Christ. — A general invitation* came from Home 
in the time of Pope Boniface [VIII.] throughout all 
Christendom and every hundredth ^ear*^ comes that 
ínvitation and the Tear of Qrace^ is its name. And a 
countless host^ from all countries of Christendom went on 
that invitatíon on their pilgrimage to Ilome and remission 
of all their sins was obtained by them. 

This Jubilee has been immortalized 
in the DÍTÍna Commedia (Inf., c. 
18, V. 28 ; Par., c. 2, v. 28 sq.). 

* Hundrtdih year, — Thie goee to 
prove that the present entry is 
contemporaneous. Urban VI. (Ap. 
11, 1389) fíxed the Jubilee term at 
33 jears; Paul II. (Ap. 19, 1470) 
at 25. 

« Vear of Grace.^*' And that year 
iB called the year of Happiness" 
(with Jubile plaoed above the last 
word), C ; annuroqne ipsum annum 
proeperitatis nuncupabant, D. 

' Countlesí host, — ** Innumerable 
troopes aud sortes went and got an 
absolution of their sinns," C 
200,000 Í8 the estimated number. 

At the end of thÍA year D oon- 
cludes with the foliowing Note : 
Ab hoo anno usque ad annum 
Domini 1420 nihil reperitur in hoc 
libro, quia pars libri aliquo fortuito 
casu ex ipso libro ablata fuit. 
Efí^o nunc historia cessare oportet 
quousque illa pars ablata yel ex 
aliquo alio consimili libro contenta 
reperiri poterit. 



awwala ularDli. 


(fnui|iceapTOC,* mac iTtiuifi hlli bhijinn, Vhec afi 
flijig na hoibcfii ceT:na rin.') 

]Cal lan. [-p.* i., L xuiii.'], CCnno T)oniini TTI.** cc^xc.** 
tiii.''*t-ccc.** 1.°] pinn^iiala, ingen phei-blimre hlli Con- 
cobuifi, banab Cille-CfiaeBnaDa,^ quieuir; in [Chjxifco]. — 
Uilliam íílas [phjLanncaDa,^ raifec *Oat\qfiai§e, "00 
mafibcrb la htlal[é]afi5, mac T)OTÍinaill, niic CCifir; hUi 
Ruaific. — Caifippi, mac Cofimaic hUi ínaiL-[8h]eclainn, 
•00 niafiba'5 T;fie fíop^alL^ a bjiaéafi* pein, it)on,* mac 
CCifiT; hUi TTlaiL-[8h]ecLainn. — Cpeac'' mófi vo 'Benum 
•o'CCe^, mac CacaiL hUi Concobuifi 7 vo CLoinn-muip- 
ceficaié ap Txrbs, mac CCnnfiiar, a TT]ui§-ceme.* — 
^Luaige'fe^ La pig 8axan i^ n-CCLbain 7 TTlac 5®TWiiLt: 7 
TTlac pheofiaif 7 maiéi bhajiun® Cjienn uiLe, a n-ingnaif 
lafiLa ULa'D, Leip aji in fLuaige'o fin 7 beié T)oiC a n- 
CCLbain caeici-Bip fie lu^nufaft co® Samuin 7 gan | a 
Lofinefiz: t)0 gabaiL 7)0115 é-[r]oiii. 

]CaL lan. [p' 11., L. acocix.'], CCnno TDomini TTI.* cc. xc.' 
uiii.''^[-ccc.* 11.°] T)omnaLL fiua^ TTlag Cafifiéaig, fí 

A.D. 1296. »«n. t. h., A ; om., B, C, D. 

A- 0. 1297. ^-noD, B. *p om., A. ' peixgal (apparentlj a penontl 
name), with aliaf , fx)|V5ail — or^ order^ itl., n. t. h., A. * b|\(itai|\ (ac, 
to agree with peTigat), A. " om., A. These three variants seem to prore 
that the scrihe of A took the mcaning to be that Cairpri was slain bj 
Ferg^l, hÍ8 lcinsman, Bon of Art. Tho translator of C committed a nmilar 
error in rendering the B text : " killed by Forgall, his owne brother." 
But bfiata|i, the word which hc had before him, íb gen., not ac. More- 
OTer, the name of the slajer (whioh is passed over in G) shewa that he waf 
not *'owne brother" of his victim. The compiler of B understood the 
Bense. ^-j, A. ' a, A. ^•r^a'b, A. • 511, B. ^ 1801, ovethead, n. t. h., B; 
alias 1301, n. t. h., 0. "-«om., B, C. 

A.D. 1298. ^ 1302, overhead, n.t.h., B; alias 1302, n. t. h., 0. 

[1301] ^I2g7 = 1301 of the 
A, Z/. C' 

^ Plnnghuala. — Literallj, /air- 
fhoulder ' anglicized Finola. 

' Cairpri, — Called Cormao in the 

^ Chiefs of the baron», — See tiie 
Ust of those (amongst whom m 



(Muircertach, son of Imhur Ua Bim, died on the wajr (1296) 
of that same pilgrimage.) 

Xalends of Jan. [on Ist feria, 18th of the moon], a.d, [1301] 
1297i[1301]. Finnghuala,2 daughter of Feidhlimidh TJa 
Conchobuir, abbess of Cell-Craebhnada, rested in Chríst. — 
William Mag [F]lannchadha, chief of Dartraighi, was 
killed by TJal[gh]arg, son of Domnall, son of Art TJa 
Ruairc. — Cairpri,^ son of Cormac Ua Mail-[S]echlainn, 
was killed by direction of his own kinsman, namely, the 
8on of Art Ua Mail-[S]echlainn. — A great f oray was made 
by Aedh, son of Cathal Ua Conchobuir and by the Clann- 
Muircertaigh on Tadhg, son of Andrew [Ua Conchobair]i 
in Magh-Cetne. — A hosting [was made] by [Edward] the 
king of the Saxons into Scotland and [John Fitz Thomas] 
Fitz Gerald and Mac Feorais [Birmingham] and the chiefs 
of the barons* of all Ireland, except^ the Earl of Ulster, 
[werej with him on that hosting. And they were in 
Scotland from a fortnight before Lammas® [Aug. 1] to 
November Day.^ But fuU sway was not obtained by them 
in the East^ 

Kalends of Jan. [on 2nd feria, 29th of the moon], a.d. [1302] 
1298i[1302]. Domnall MagCarrthaigh the Red,kingof Des- 

the two here mentioQcd) addrcssed 
for aid by the king, D, /., IV. 

^Exeqit, etc, — See ib. 849. 

*Zammaa. — Literallj, Lugh-com' 
memaration : i.e. funeral games (cf. 
CCurrjr: Manners, ete,y Introd. 
occxzv., 8q.) annuallj held hj the 
Tnatha-de-Banann Idng, Lngh, in 
memor^ of his wives Nas (unde 
Naafi, 00. Eildare) and Bai (unde 
Cnoo-Bai, Cnogba, Enowth, Meath). 

The cclebration took placo at Tell- 
town, Meath, on the^nt of August. 
(L. Be. p. 362 a, 1. 36 sq. ; L.L. p. 
200 b, U. 33-4.) 

^ November Day, — Literallj, 
Summer-ending (Book of JSights, p» 


B East. — Namelj, Scotiand ; so 
called from the situation in refer* 
enoe to Ir«land. 

[1302] ^I2g8 =n02 of the 

^. Jjm 0« 


ccMwalcc tilaroti. 

B67b T)e|^nitiTnan, quieuii: in [Chpifco]. — líTlilep,*' en>uc 
Luimníg, mac mic eifein Wn lapla Laignec, quieuii;'* in 
[Chpifco]. — Gfpuc Copcai^e, manac lia€, quieuic in 
tChfiifco]. — Uuai-Bpi,* mac T)omnaill hUi hBagfia, a^buji 
V^B l^uigne, quieuic in [Chfii]rco].* — hóv^v mófi in 
blia'bain fin^ ap ceépa. — Cfiec' moji 'do ^enum x)'CCeft, 
mac Ccccail, afi 'Ca'Os, mac OCnnpiaf 7 afi ShiT^íiiug, mac 
in Caipní§ ÍTles laclainn, [1 1íl1a§-]Cecne.'— "Oonn 
íTlas Ui-Befi, fií pefi-ÍTlanac, i-Don,^ cecna fii pefi-ÍTlanac 
"DO macaiB íTles Ui'Sifi,' quieuic in [Chfiifco]. — ÍTlai5ifcep 
8'Diamna bfiagain, aifiDefpuc Caifil, quieuic in 

lcal. lan. [p.* 111., l. x."], CCnno T)omini ÍTl." cc** acc.** 
ix.*'*'[ÍTl,'*ccc.° 111.**] Nicol mac-ÍTlail-lfU, oifi-Defpuc 
CCfi7)a-niaca, in T:-aen cleifiec^ if 'oia^a 7 if cfiat5Tn5i[u]* 
7)obi 1 n-6fiinn 1 n-a aimfeji pein,*' quieuiT: in [Chpifco]- 
— ÍTlael-Sheclainn ÍTlac bpiain, efpuc Oil-pnn, quieuii; 
in [Chpifco]. T)onnca^ hUa^ pianna5a[i]n, abb na 
buille, vo gaBail na hefpocoi'De cerna 'o'a eifi.— T)iap- 
mait: hUa* pianna5a[i]n, TOipec 'Cuaiui-Raía ^a'oa mac 
7 mopan aile^ 7)o mapba'o 'oo 'opoins 'do luct: ci§e T)om- 
naill, mic 'Cai'os hUi Concobuip, i^ m-bun-'DUiBe, a 
copai'oecc cpeice puc fe leif aíTluié-Cecne. — 'Coipp'Bel- 

A.D. 1298. '^ Marescal [=MarshaU], r. m., n. t. h., B. «^-^^om., B; 
"dead," C. «^om., B, 0. "om., A ; placed after Chrisío in B ; given 

A.D. 1299. i-ixiuc, A. =-56, A. ^q^b. ^O. A. » ÍÍ., B ; eile, A. 
® o, B. ^ 1303, overhead, n. t. h., B ; afias 1 303, n. t. h., C. 

^ Miles, — The Christianname was 
Gerald. Formerljr archdeacon of 
Limerick ; electcd hishop in 1272 
or —3 (Z). /., II. 943) ; died appa- 
rentlyin 1302 (i6., V. 69). (No- 
779, ib. IV., giving the death in 
1301, appears out of place.) 

3 Grandson^ etc. — This ia confi.rmed 
bj' the sumame, le Marshall {D, J., 

II. 945). The grandfather was 
probablj William Marahall the 
jounger, Earl of Pembroke, who 
(lied, without lcg^timate ÍBsae, in 
1231 [D. /., 1. 1872). 

* Dishop of CorJi. — Robert (called 
Mac Donnchadha in the A. L. C), a 
Cistercian, wa« elected in 1277 (/>./., 
II. 1346) and died in 1302 (í*. V. 



mond, rested in Christ. — Miles,^ bishop of Limerick — that 
person wasgrandson^ to the Leinster Earl — rested in Christ. 
— ^The bishop of Cork,* a Grey [Cistercian] monk, rested 
in Christ. — Ruaidhri, son of Domnall TJa Eaghra, f uture king 
of Luighni, rested in Christ. — Qreat murrain that year on 
cattle. — ^A great foray was made by Aedh, son of Cathal 
[Ua Conchobair], on Tadhg, son of Cathal [TJa Conchobair] 
and on Sitrec, son of the Caimech Mag Lachlainn, [in 
Magh-]Cetne. — Donn Mag Uidhir, king of Fir-Manach, 
namely, the first king of Fir-manach of the sons of 
Mag Uidhir,rested in Christ. — Master Stephen^ O'Bragain, 
archbishop of Cashel, rested in Chríst. 


Xalends of Jan. [on 3rd f eria, lOth of the moon,] a.d. 
12991 [1303]. Nicholas^ Mac-Mail-Isu, archbishop of 
Ard-Macha, the one cleric the most godly and pious that 
was in Ireland in his own time, rested in Christ. — Mael- 
Sechlainn* Mac Briain, bishop of Oil-finn, rested in Chríst. 
Donnchadh^ Ua Flannaga[i]n, abbot of the Buill, assumed 
the same bishopric after him. — Diarmait Ua Flannaga[i]ni 
chief of Tuath-Ilatha, and his two sons and many others 
were killed by a party of tho hou8e-folk of Domnall, son 
of Tadhg Ua Concobuir, in Bun-duibhc, in driving away 
a prey he took with him f rom Magh-Cetne. — Toirdhelbach 

I 13031 

64). (No. 782, tb. IV., asfiigning 
the obit to 1301 seems misplaced). 

^SUphen, — See 1263, note 1, 
9upra, Died July 26, 1302, (Z). /., 
y. 93) and was succeeded by 
Matiríce, the archdeacon, whose 
eleotion was confirmed hj Benedict 
XI., Nov. 17, 1303 (Theiner, p. 173). 

[1803] ^ i2gg = 1303 of the 
A. L. C. 

* Nicholas.See [1270], note 4, 
stqmi. Bied in the first half oí 

1303 (D. /., V. 235). His succeflsor, 
JobD, was appointed bj Clement 
V., Aug. 27, 1305(Theiner,p. 174). 
The causes of the delaj are set 
fortb in the Boll. 

« Mael - 5bcA/atnn.— See [ 1 297], 
note 5, supra. Died before Maroh 
8, 1303 (Z>. /., V. 179). 

^Dormchadh. — Donatna is the 
Latin alias in the royal aaBent to 
hi8 eleotion, June 28, 1303, (%b, 

400 ccMwala ula:*Dti. 

bac hUa T)oTnnaill, |ií "Cifie-Conaill 7 ínuiiicejiTXic THag 
phlannca^a^ 7 T)onn Caca[i]n 7 T^onnccro Tílac 
ÍTlennian 7 OCe-D tnacínennian,[T)a]nnac[íTiic]in'opp.lei- 
Sinn hUi T)oninaill7Níall,nnacNeillhtli buisill^TTlac 
hUgofai 7 a mac 7 a 'oepb|ia€ai|i 7 OCTKnn «antMil, 
^oill 7 5«6^*^l' ini'oa aili^ ofin amac -oo mafibo** la 
hOCe-B hUa n-T)oninaill, le [a] 'oejibfiaéaifi (pein,' iTwn, 
TOifefi TTluinceíii-'Peo['Dacain]*).— Wiall TTlac 5illa- 
phinnen quieuic in [Chpijxo]. — Cjiec^ mófi vo •benuni la 
Clainn-TTluiticefiTOig a TTluínnceti-Cinae€a 7 TTluip- 
cejicac TTlac Con[8h]nanna, aDbufi TOipg TTluínncejii- 
Cinaeía, "oo mapba'D 'ooiB ap in cpeic fin.' — Sluag' móji 
le |ii§ 8axan 1* n-OCLbam 7 caépaca inrDa 'oo gabail 
A 66a I •DoiB 7 in c-lajila 7 501^^ 7 S^ei-Dil 'oo ^ul a hepinn, 
cablac mop 7 nefic 'oo ^aBail ap OClbancaiB twiÍ. 
'Ceboi'D abtipc,T)epbpa€aip in® lapla, 'o'eg aji TOi'becr v6 
•Do n T:-flua§e'D fin 1 Capf ai^-pejiéuf a, a5ai5 Nocla[i]c.^^ 
— ^Domnall Ó5 (aliaf,** pua^*") TTla^ Cajijiéaig, |ii *Oef- 
TTluman, quieuic in [Chpifco]. — TTla§nuf TTloj; 8hatB- 
|ia5a[i]n, raif ec 'CeUai|-ea€ac, moft^uuf efc. 

(JheafoiT)* péomaf, oigfi Cloinne-5efailr, motiTmaf 

B67e[bif.] ]cal. lan. [p.' iiii., l. acaci.,'] OCnno T)omini TTl.^ccc."" 
[-1111.°] In Cunnraif, ben^ TlicaijiT) a bupc, lapla Ula5, 
mopcua efc. — ^Uairep^ a bufc, oi§pi in lapla ceuna,* 
mofT:uuf efc. — Concobup, mac CCe'oa hUi Concobaifi, vo 
TÍiafba'5 la tloibefc hUa piaicbepTOig laji* n-Denum 
mebla T)ófon af T)honnca^ hUa piaiíbejiTOi^ 7 in c- 
Oibeft: hifin vo éuram afi in laéaifi cecna*' 

'ph om., A, (*Da and ítiic in 1. 3 arefrom theJA. L, C.) 'a, A. •on, 
B. WMoD loj;, B. ip— íAt«, B. «om.^B, C. «» ofin, added 
hj a Bcríbal error, A. «*« itl., n. t. h. (The letters within square brackets 
are wom awaj.), A ; om., B, C. '■' om., B, C. « Opposite this entry, r. m., 
n. t. h., B, ÍB : '5u|iub' uitne fin af cofmcnl 5U|i* b'e •DO|U)in'oe ['CeJbooD 
— 80 (hatfor that reoion it ts likely that this wa* (the cattle) líbbot buiU, 
^'^ c. m., n. t. h., A ; om... B. C. ^i n. t. h., A ; om., B, C. 

A.D. 1300. *bean,A. 3()a,^,A. 3c6T>na,B. ^ 1304, orerbead 
n.t.h.,B; a/ía« 1304, n. t. h., C. <>«om.,B, C. 



TTa Domnaill, king of Tir-Conaill and Muircertach Mag [1303] 
Flannchadha and Donn 0'Catha[i]n and Donnchadh Mac 
Menman and Aedh Mac Menman, [i.e. two grand-]soD[8] of 
the Lector Ua Donmaill and Niall, son of Niall Ua Buighill 
and Mac Ughosai and his 8on and his brother and Adam 
Sandal[and]manyotherForeigner8and Gaidhil in addition 
were killed by Aedh Ua Domnaill, [namely] by his (own) 
brother (that is, the chief of Muinnter-Feodachain). — 
Niall Mac Qilla-Fhinnen rested in Christ. — A great foray 
was made by the Clann-Muírcertaigh into Muinnter- 
Cinaetha and Muircertach Mac Con[Sh]nama, future chief 
of Muinnter-Cinaetha, was killed by themon thatforay. — ^A 
great hosting^ [was made] by the king of the Saxons into 
Scotland and many cities were taken by them. And the Earl 
[Richard de Burgh] and Foreigners and Gaidhil went 
with a large fleet and they got 8way over the Men of 
Scotland. Theobald de Burgh, brother of the Earl, died 
on hÍ8 retum from that hostjng, in Carraic-Ferghusa, on 
the night of the Nativity. — Donmall Mag Carrthaigh, 
Juníor (otherwise the Red), king of Desmond, rested in 
Christ. — Maghnus Mag Shamhradha[i]n, chief of Tellach- 
Eathach, died. 

(Gerald [son of John]^ Fitz Thomas, heir of the Clann- (1299) 
Geralt [ofO£Ealy], died.) 

Kalend8 of Jan. [on 4th feria, 2l8t of the moon], a.d. [1304 Bb.] 
1300i[-4]. The Countess,^ wife of Richard de Burgh, 
Earl of Ulster, died. — Walter de Burgh, heir of the 
same Earl, died. — Concobur, son of Aedh TJa Conco- 
bair, was killed by Hubert CTa Flaithbertaigh, af ter [Aedh] 
had practised deceit on Donnchadh Ua Flaithbertaigh and 
the same Hubert fell on the same spot. 

^A ffreatko8ting,'etc. — The invaBÍon 

of Scotland hj Edward I. in 1303. 

(1299) ^lSon qf Jb^n].— Theae 

words are snpplied from ClTn's 

AnnaU, A.D. 1303. 

[1304] ^ijoo =lZOi oí the 
Á. L. C, 

^ The Countess. — Marg^et, consin 
of Eleanor, qneen-consort ol Ed- 
ward I. (Z>. J., IL 2102). 


ccMMaur ulcroTi. 

lcal. lan. [p.' ui., l. n.*] CCnno •Oomini m.** ccc." i.'^ 
[-u.**] ÍTluiticefirac hUa Concobtnfi phailgi 7 TTlael- 
nnó|i'5a, a btiaéaip 7 in Calbac hUa ConcoCaiti, maille 
Pfii nónbu|i aji pcw^ "do maiéiB a muinnTOfii, vo nia[iba6 
7)0 «hap^ piafiuf* TTlac peoíiaif qie peall 7 qfie meBoil 
1 caiflen pheopaif. — Caiflen Innfi-hOosam tx) TOnaiíi* 
lefin lafila. — TTlaéa Ó5 HaigiUaig 7)0 mafbaft t)0 
'Chellac-nT)unca'5a. — CCe^ 05 hUa pefsail [mojicuuf 
efc]. — TTlai'Dm la hOCeí, mac Caéail hUi Concobuifi 7 le 
Clamn-TTluifcefuais afcena af TTluinncefi-Tlagaillaife 
co n-'DOfcaifi* anT) piliphUa^ Rai§iUai§70i§fii Cloinni- 
SuiBne 7 TTlas buiffce, cenn na n-SalloslaS, maille 
ffii cerf^ af cecofcaií vo ^ainib ailib.^ — ^Tx)ifp.'5elba6, 
mac WeiU fuai-B hUi bpiain, quieuic in [Chpifco]. 

(Wo,'* suniab ap an jcalainn fo bu-B coip T>onn 
TTlhag Ui-bif -oo Beií.**) 

AJ). 1301. ^.xx., A ; .xx.ic, B. ^fa|ia, A. 'péfiuf, A. *Ti-D|vocaii» 
B. » O, A. «-« .c afi, A, B. ' .íí., B ; aile, A. , »> 1305, overlietd, 
n. t. h., B ; aliaa 1305, n. t. h., C. « om., A. Opposite thia entrj, 1. m., 
n. t. h., B, Í6 : caiy^n nua^ Inp-hOoéain pe|\CCn5lo|^ — the neweattleof 
InÍ8'Eogain {wca built) hy the English. '^•^ c. m., oppoBÍte the date, n. t. h., 
A ; om., B, C, 

[1305] A/jo/=1305 of the 

^ Castle, — Castle-Carburj', co. 
Rildare (O'D., F, M. iii. 480). 
The assasBÍnation is thus described 
in the Irísh B^monstrance (1277, 
note 2, suprá) : 

Anglici enim, nostram inhabi- 
tantes terram, qui se vocant mediac 
nacionis, sio sunt ab Anglicorum 
do Anglia ceterarumque nacionum 
moríbns alieni, quod non mediae, 
sed extremae perfídiae nacio pro- 
piissime possunt appellari. Ab 
antiquo enim íuit illis haec reproba 
et abusÍTa consuetudo, qoae apud 
illos nondom desinit, sed quotidie 

magis invalcscit et roboratur : viz. 
quando invitant ad conviríum 
aliquos nobiles nacionis nostrae, 
inter ipsas epulas, vel dormitionifl 
tempore, invitatorum hospitum, 
nil mali suspicancium, aine mine- 
rícordia eífuderunt sanguinem 
suum: detestabile convivium hoc 
modo terminantes. Quo taliter 
facto, interfectomm ampntata 
capita eorum inimicie pro pecuniis 

Sicut fecitPetrusBmnjchehame, 
baro, proditor nominatns et mmÍB 
solenmis, Maurício de S[lege: 
[Oí]fal7?], oompatrino sao et 
Calvacho, fratri suo^ tíiís Talde 



E^ends of Jan. [on 6th feria, 2n(i of the moon], a.d. [1306] 
l301^[-5]. Moircertach Ua Concobnir Failghi and Mael- 
mordha, his kinsman and the Calbach TJa Concobhair, along 
with nine and twentjr of the nobles of their people, were 
killed by Sir Pierce MacFeorais [Birmingham], through 
treachery and through deceit, in the castle^ of Mac Feorais. 
— ^The castle^ of Inis-Eogain was built by [Richard de 
Burgh] the EarL — Matthew TJa Raighillaigh Junior was 
killed by the Tellach-Dunchadha. — Aedh Ua Ferghail 
Junior [died]. — ^A defeat [was inflicted] by Aedh, son of 
Cathal Ua Concobuir and by the Claun-Muircertaigh also 
on the Muinnter-Raghaillaigh, so that Philip Ua Raighil- 
laigh and the heir of Clann-Suibhne and Mag Buirrce, 
head of the GFalIowglasses, together with one hundred and 
forty other persons, f ell there. — Toirdhelbach, son of Niall 
Ua Briain the red, rested in Christ. 

(Or it may be on this year^ [the death of ] Donn Mag (1301) 
Uidhir should be.) 

izigeniiia et valde apad nos nomi- 
natÍB, iQVÍtanB ipsos ad convÍTÍum 
in festo SanctÍBSÍmae TrinitatÍB 
[Jnn. 13X ipBO die, refectione com- 
pleta, Btatim cum Barrexemnt dc 
meosa, onm Tiginti qnatuor homi- 
nibos de sequela Bua, cmdeliter 
jagnlavit» ipsonim capita care 
vendens eoram inimicÍB. Et cum 
pro Í8to Bcelere regi Angliae [Ed- 
oaxdo L], patri Bcilicet istius regis 
[Ed. n.], aooaBatuB fuÍBset, nallam 
de tam nephando proditore íecit 
correcionem (pp. 916-7) 

The trath oí the foregoing is 
amplj confirmed. On Julj 2, 1305 
— within a month after the 
maBsaore — a writ waB direoted to 
the Treasarer and ChamberlainB of 
Doblin íor payment to Peter de 
Bermengeham oí £100 granted to 

him bj the justiciarj and council oí 
Ireland, with conBent of Bichard 
de Burgh, Earl of Ulater, and 
Geo£Brey de GenviUe [for whom Bee 
Grace's Annals, pp. 37, 64], to 
subdue Iritsh felons of Oífalj, of the 
raoe of O'Gonoghers and to deca- 
pitate the chiefs of the same race. 
Peter had alreadj sent to Dublin 
the heads of Morierdagh [Muircer- 
taoh] and Malmorthe [Mael- 
mordha] O'Conoghers, chiefs of the 
race aforesaid and also 16 heada of 
others of the same race aad their 
accomplices. Witness, J[ohn] 
Wogan, justiciary of Ireland. 
Dublin. (Z). /., V. 434.) 
^TJhe castle. — Perhaps Green Castle, 
co. Donegal. (See 0*D. iU. 481.) 

(1301) ^ Thi8 ^ear.— See the last 
entry but one, [1302], 8upra, 


aMMaLcc ulxxroh. 

]CaU lan. [p.,* uii., l. aMii.''], OCnno T)oniini Tn.^ccc' 
ii.'*^[-ui.°] 'Coipíi'Delbac hUa bpiain, |ii 'Cua^-niuman, 
in T:-aen "DUine iiob* oipeg^a^ 7 fiob' pep|i a^ 7 ej;nuni, 
pep'' lan vo 'oépc 7 'oo cpaba^ 7 |iobo mó \ía& T)obi 1 n- 
A. 66b Ojitnn 1 n-a aimfijx péin, quieuit: in Ch|iifTX).'* TJonncotl 
hUa bpiain, amac, "do pi§a'5 1 n-a inau — pejigal ÍUa^ 
HasnaiU, raifec niuincipe-heolaif, 'oo nna|iba'5 le [a] 
'oefbfaéfiB^ fein' 7 la bloi§ 'o'a oipecc 1* meBaiL— 
Caga'fe" mof ecef OCe-B, mac Bogain hUi Concobuiii, fii 
Connacc 7 maiéi Sil-niuifeíai^ af aen fíf 7 CCe'B, mac 
Caéail hUi Concobuif 7 mopan 'oo macaiB TXiifeÉ Con- 
nactí maf aen jie coifecaiB 7 oif eccaiB na bfieipne (qicena 
'munSmainn f e f é rp 1 míf nocerai|i,co n-'Defincroufi •Dpein 
'DO macaiB fig (Xe'5a, mic Carail, fofbaif ifna 'CuacaiB 
mafi aen fe focf ai'oe, ^ufsaBfar: cfieaca 7 aifijn^i} 
piann, mac piacpa [U]i phloínn, ccDbup Txxifi^ 81I- 
niailíiuanai§ 7 bfian, mac T)onnca'Da fiabai^ hUi Con- 
cobaif, maf aen fe 'oainiB imía^ib] ailib^ x>omq[iba£a)i 
lufig na cfieice "Do'n TX)ifi. ÍTlofian 'o'pafDoé vo m 
cfieacaiB 7 blos aile^ "do bfieié af. 1f lac cfia ba pepfi 
'Dobí annfin : Ruai'5fii, mac Cacail hUi Concobuifi 7 
T)onnca5, mac Concobuifi in copain, mic pefigaiU mic 
T)onnca'5a, mic ÍTluificefiraig ÍTlic T)iafimaTO, a'5bufi 
fii§ 8il-imailfiuanai5 afi a§, afi einec, afi e§num, conníce 
in la fin. 1f é'D fiai'níc fieime co lon^pofT: [U]í Chonco- 
buifi 7 loifpf pailif fi§ CoiinacT:, mafi aen fie ngiC in 
lonspoifit:. beifiif faifi CCe'o hUa Concobuifi 7 benaif 
an cfiec 'oe 7 mafibéafi é laficain.'' — ^Donnco'B hUa* 
pLaiíbefiTOi§, efpuc Cille-alaí, fai n-einig 7 cfiabai'5 

AJD. 1302. 1 5 om., A. ^ai>, B. s.^veccoB, A. *a. A. Ȓt, MB. (A). 
«O, A. b 1306, overhead, n. t. b., B ; alicu 1306, D. «^om., B, C. 
<i om., A ; quieuitf C. 

[1306] 1 IJ02 = 1306 of the 
jA.» Jj% c 
> CtU-aladh.-^Wmíi. See[1280], 

note 2, 9upra» 0'JFlaherty died 
bef ore ihe end of T&mj^ 1306 (JX l^ 
V. 627). 


Xalends of JaD. [on 7th feria, 13tli of the moon], a.d. [1306] 
1302i[-6]. Toirdhelbach Ua Briaín, Idng of Thomond, 
the one person the most distingnishod and bost in victorjr 
and prowess, a man fuU of charity and pioty and of most 
pro8perity that was in Ireland in his own time, rested in 
Christ. Donnchadh TJa Briain, his son, became king in 
hÍ8 stead. — Ferghal Mag RaghnaiU, chief of Muinnter- 
Eolais, was killed by his own brothers and by a part of 
his sept, in treachery. — Great war [took place] betweon 
Aedh^ 8on of Eogan XJa Concobuir, king of Connacht and 
the nobles of Sil-Muiredhaigh with him and Aedh, son of 
Cathal TTa Concobuir and many of the sons of the chief s of 
Connacht together with the chiefs and septs of Breifni 
also, along the Shannon f or the spacc of three months or 
more> until a party of tho sons of king8 [on the side] of 
Aedh^ 8on of Cathal, made an encampment in " The Terri- 
tories " with a strong force, so that they took many prey8 
and spoils. Flanu, son of Fiachra TJa Floinn, future chief 
of Sil-Mailruanaigh and Brian, son of Donnchadh Ua 
Conchobair the Swarthy, along with many other persons, 
were killed in the rere of that proy by the pursuing party. 
Much of the preys was held fast and another part was 
wrested. These indecd are the best that were there: 
Kuaidhri, son of Cathal TJa Concobuic and Donnchadh, son 
of Concobur " of the Goblet," son of Fergal, son of Donn- 
chadh, son of Muircertach Mac Diarmata, one fit to be 
king of Sil-Mailruanaigh for felicitv, for generosity, for 
prowess up to that day. This is [what Donnchadh did] : 
he went forward to the stronghold of TJa Conchobuir 
and bumed the palace of the kings of Connacht, along 
wíth the houses of the stronghold. Aedh Ua Concobuir 
OYertake8 him and wrests the prey from him and he is 
killed after. — Donnchadh TJa Flaithbertaigh, bishop of 
Cell-aladh,^ most eminent of the Qaidhil for liberality and 
piety, died in Dun-buinne, in the end of Spring before 


ccMtíala ularot). 

na Ti-^ai'bel, 7)0 eg i^ n-*Oun-buínne i^ n-T)efie^^ efifunC 
Be7d iieimefin, aj 'oul "00 0Cic-clia6 7 [a] oDnuclal 'pn* 
TTluilinn-cifiti,^^ 1 uai§ T11ui|ie co honófiac. — Tnai§i|xeji 
T^ómaf Naán, apci'oeocan Raéa-boé T^TO^a en>uic m 
heclu[i]fe ceT^na," in Chfiifco quieuic. — Roibeiic a 
bpiuif , mopnriaefi, t>o gabail fii§i n-OClbcm* aji eigin 1 n- 
agai'B^^ |ii§ 8axan. — ^Domnall 'Cuijiqfiec O Neilt th) 
mafiba^ 1* T^uifiU^ le lucc t:i§i hUi NeilU — Saji UiUioní 
Pfiinn7)fia5af, fii'oiiie 05 ba mó^* nój* 7 einec / la§ poW 
1 n-Gfiinn 1 n-a ainrifeji pein, mojXTniuf efc. — Cfiec mdji 
vo verwim vo Clainn-niuificejirail 1 Cjiic-Caifipjii, vn 
afi'majiba-B T)aibi5 hUa Caenia[i]n, bjiu§ai'5 mójx conaic 
7 *Oonnca'5 TTlas bui-beca^i^n 7 'oaine ini'Da eile. — 
bfiian cajifiac h-Ga^jia 'oo majiba-o hUi pianna5a[i]n. 
— PerjiUf "Cuaíala^i^n, bicaiji CiUe-ejT3Uic-[b]jioin. 
quieuit: in Chjiijxo.*' — Nicol hUa® T)onnca'5a, facafir 65 
•oobí 1 n-T)fiuim-clia15, 'oo mafiba'B 'oo'n J^jijxan •ouB -00 
na baijieDacaiB ^an cin,5an a'obuji, acc majicfia •o'imffii; 
paijx. Ocuf sac aen seBuf pai7:eji 'oo fiai€ a anma, 
araic fe^* picii;^* la loéai-fi aip ^ac meinci[u] gebfeifi^ 

(Uo,* suma-B aji in ]Calainn fi bu'o cóiji *Oonn 
TTlas UiT)efi.O 

A.D. 13C2. 'a, B. «-j.A. »Y«» ^- ^"-teann-ceaTiTi» B. "-cró^ A 
tt-el,B. "mÓTi (the positíve), B. "-" .ui.xx.ic, A, B. i'geBiif,— i< 
recites (tí), B ; followed by C. - i n-Cabcnn-ín Seotland, B. " 66«. 
f . m., n. t. h., A ; om., B, C. 

^Bishop'elect.—Sec f 1284], note 
3, supra. 

* liobert Bruee. — He marriod 
Elizaboth, daughter of Richard do 
Burgh, Earl of Ulster, in 1303 
(Graoe). As his assumption of tho 
Scottish crown took placc in 1306, 
there is a prolepsis of f oor jears in 
the textoal date. 

' Tooh^ €íc.— The tranalator of 
misunderstood the constmction : 
" taken bj king of Sootlaad per 
forcc, against thc king of Ingland's 


^ Cell-eepuip [2?]rotii.— OfciircA •/ 
Bishop Bron (Bronoa, epinoopiu, 
L. A., 12d) : now EiIlaBpagbixme, 


that, in going to Ath-diath. And he was buried honour- [1306] 
ably in tíie MuiUen-cerr [Mullingar], in the house of Mary. 
— ^Master Thomas O'Naan, archdeacon of Rath-both and 
bishop-elect* of the same church, rested iii Christ. — Bobert 
Bruce,* Qreat Steward, took^ tho kingship of Scotland by 
force against the king of the Saxons. — Domnall O'Neill 
of Tuirtre was killed by accident by the household of Ua 
Neill. — Sir William Prendergast, a young knight of the 
beBt repute and liberality and disposition that was in 
Ireland in his own time, died. — ^A great foray was made 
by the Clann-Muircertaigh into tho country of Cairpro, 
wherein were killed David TJa Caema[i]n, a large, sub- 
8tantial yeoman and Donnchadh Mag Buidhecha[i]n and 
maDy other persons. — ^Brian Carrach O'Eaghra killed Ua 
FIannaga[i]n. — Peter 0*Tuathala[i]n, vicar of Cell-espuic- 
[B]roin,^ rested in Christ. — Nicholas Ua Donnchadha, a 
joung priest that was in Druim-cliabh, was killed by the 
"Black Horse" of the Barrets, without guilt, without 
reasoc, except to inflict a violent death upon^ him. And 
eyery one that shall say a Pater for the good of his soul, 
there are six score day8^ of indulgence f or him^ as often as 
it is said by him. 

(Or it may be on this year^ [the death of] Donn Mag (1302 
Uider should be.) 

bar. of Carbnrj, 00. Sligo (O'D., 
F, M. iiL 482). 

divinam pro eiiiB anima miiiericor- 
diam imploraTerint, singiilúi diebiu^ 

"^ 8ix icort days. — On Oct. 8, ' qaihmi apud Doum huiusmodi ora- 

1309, Clement V., in view of his ' tionefl efifundent, viginti dieii dc 

derotion to God and the church, 1 iniunctÍB Aibi pcnitentiiH mi«(;rÍcor* 

gnnted to the 80ul of the knight, dítcr relaxamua. Freiientibuii p^Mt 

John Hayering, at the reqaest of 1 tricnnium non Talituriii (Tlieincr, 

hi8 8on, the archbishop-elecrt of ' p. 180). 

I>nblin: omnibnBverepenitentibuj9 ! (1302) ' Thin year.^Hee (1301) 

et confetBÍs, qui derotís oratioiLÍboii note 1, »upra. 

408 ccMMala ularoti. 

A 660 lcal. lan. [p.*i.,L xx.nii.'], CCnno *Ooínini Tn.*cca*iii.* 

[-uii.**] LuifiinT: hUa^ Laccna[i]n, eppuc Cille-niic- 

nT)uac, manac lia€, quieuic in [Ch|iifco]. — e&ofiuim 

O-ÍHaine 'oo lofca'B le 'Dfieím 'oo macaiB |iift O-niaina 

— ^5^^^!' Hofa-comain uile 'D*[p]opba t)0 nnapba5 la 

*Oonnca5 Cellaig, fi hUa^-ÍTlaine, ag OC€-efXí|iac-Cuan, 

•oú iqiocaifi pibp muinnT^efij" 8ean ÍTluin'OTOfi' 7 TTlaíu 

T)fiu, mafi aen pe 'oainiB ailiV eT:e|inria|iba'5 7 pa§bail' 

7 §abaiL. T)o gaba^ ann T)iafinfiaiT: 5<^ll mac "Oiap- 

maca 7 Cotimac mac CeiéefinaiJ Y ixoleige'B* af a 

focf ai'oe^a po cumuf . Ocuf fogaba'B ann pof • Seip.tiiani* 

Rofa-Comain 7 'oo lei^eft* af lac ap cpiLl 7 'ooponpac 

fií ap f on in^ baile 'oo*' lofca^ pe hCmunn buicitlep.*— 

CDubap'o, pí 8axan, ngepna na hCpenn 7 bpexxxn 7 

OClban, mopcuuf efc. — ^Donnca* piannagaíiln, efpac 

Oil-finT),^ quieuit: in [Chpifco]. — ^Domnall, mac TJoi'Bf, 

mic bpiain, mic OCnnpiaf, mic bpiain Luigníl, mic 

'Coipp'5elbai§ moip, T:anufci Connacc, pep lan •o'egnum 

7 'o'ei'nec, pai*' coiccenn,*' a mapba'b la hOCe'5 m-bpeipnec, 

mac Ccccail puai-B hUi Concobuip. — Tjoíbr^í mac mail- 

[8h]eclainn, mic T)onnca'5a, mic Domnaill, mic 

ma^nufa, mic 'CoippoeLbais, peicem coiccenn im bioB 

7 ím eLLac, a mapba'5 'oo CocaL, mac T)omnaiLl, mic 

'Cai'Sg.^ — ^Donnca'o muimnec CeaLlai§, pi 0-maine, 

fai coimT)ef' ím'' ^ac ni, quieuic in [Chpifco]. — UiLlioni 

A.D. 1303. »0, A. Mí., B; eile, A. 'f^ébcnl, A. *.7, MS. (A). 
■ an, A. * Oilepnn, A. »> 1307, overhead, n. t. h., B ; alitu 1307, n. th., 
C. ^ om., B, C. •* -]^and (pvcn in C) Í8 reqiiired beíore this word in 
B. The omÍ!»8Íon wan, no doubt, acoidental. ^** coiccen[n] 1 n — {yener*l 
í«), B, C. 

[1307] ' IJOJ. = 1307 of the 
A, L, C, 

' Ua Lachtnain.—'Electeá in 1290 
(D. /., m. 769); died before 
March, 1307 (i6. V. 622). 

• Ath-escrach' Cmn, — Ford o/ the 
ridgto/lSí,] Cuan ; Ahaacnigh, co. 

Galwaj, '* wheie the memoij of St 
Cuan ÍB Btill held in great Tenera- 
tion ♦' (O'D., F, M, iu. 187). 

^ Aiid^ etc. — Literallj, togtíher 
with other pertons, bettceen ^iUittg, 
and abandoning^ and capturing, 

^iS%#n/.— Perhai» Biohard de 


E^alendA of Jan. [on Ist feria, 24th of the moon,] a.d, [1307] 
1303^[-7]. Laurence Ua Lachtna[i]n,2 bishop of Cell-mic- 
Duach, a Qrey [Cistercian] monk, rested in Christ. — 
Echdruim of Ui-Maine was bumed by a party of 
the sons of kings of Ui-Maine. — The Foreigners of 
all Ros-comain were in great part killcd by Donn- 
chadh O'Cellaigh, king of Ui-Maine, at Ath-escrach- 
Ouan,^ where fell Philip Munnter and John Munnter 
and Matthew Drew and* other persons were either 
killed, or left [wounded], or captured. Diarmait 
3Iac Diarmata the Foreigner and Cormac Mac Ceither- 
naigh were taken there and their forces were allowed to 
depart under condition. And ihe SherifP of Ros-comain 
was also taken there [along with his force] and they were 
all allowed to depart upon sufferance. And they made 
peace. [This happened] because the town [of Ahascragh] 
was burned by Edmund Butler. — Edward, Iring of the 
Saxons, lord of Ireland and the Britons and Scotland, died.® 
— ^Donnchadh'^ 0'Flannacha[i]n, bishop of Oil-finn, rested 
in Christ. — ^Domnall, son of Brian, son of Tadhg, son of 
Andrew, son of Brian of Luighni, son of Toirdhelbach 
Mor[Ua Conchobair], tanist® of Connacht, a man full of 
prowess and of generositv, a general scholar, was killed by 
Aedh the Brefnian, son of Cathal Ua Conchobuir the Red- 
— ^Tadhg, son of Mail-[S]echlainn, son of Donnchadh, son 
of Donmall, son of Magnus, son of Toirdhelbach, general 
benef actor respecting food and cattle, was killed by Cathal, 
son of Domnall, son of Tadhg [Ua Conchobhair]. — Donn- 
chadli O'Cellaigh the Momonian, king of Ui-Maine, expert 

Ezon, keeper of the oastle of Bos- 
oommon (2>. Z, V. Index, Roscom.' 
num : Richard de £xon), 

•2)taf.-July 7, 1307. Henoe, 
fthere ÍB a prolepBÍB of f onr jears in 
the text at this year. 

7 Dannchadh^^Bee [1303], note 4, 

tupra, Aocording to the eulogistio 
obit in the A, L, C, he died June 
22, 1307. 

^ Tanist, — From the Irífih tanaise, 
second. It signifies the next to the 
king8hip, the heir-presumptive. 



ccHHCtLa: ulcroli. 

BS7áMdiTT1ac phaofiaij', apTtei'piic'Ciiama, | t)ot)uI[co' Boim 
Copoin T)o cabaipc tio pig Saxan 7 bpecan 7 1 
TDon.Ti'eDubap'D 05. — CCitbi, ingen 'Cai'D5[U]i Concobmp. 
niopcua ei^. — CLann-TTluipcepcais T>oíecc 1 niuj-Cecne 
7 apbanna Cpici-Caipppi ^mopan is'apbiip 'Cipe-hOileLlu 
7 in Copainn tio loi'ccríi Leo. Ocup Do'n coijx: tnn w 
mapba'D t^ffDg, mac tTlo^nui'a. T)o mapba^ lapin Caéal 
cecna. — tTlaiL-[Sh]ecLainn ?5aipniLe§ai'6, ruil^ec Ce- 
ne[oi]L-Tnoá[i]n, quiemc in [Chpipco]. — TTlosniip TTloE 
Oipeccais cpneuic in Chpipco. 

[(),_] JCaL- lan. [ii' 1:., L 11.'], CCnno ■Doinini m." ccc-*' iiit.' 
[-uiii."] Tlloipcpeac tjo T)enum tio tTlaelpuanais TTlac 
■Oiapmaca ap macaiB "OomnailL hUi Concobuip 1 Cpic 
Ccnpppi. Cpeaca mopa tio íienum -do CLainn-TTIuipcíp- 
cai5 ap na macaiB cecna 7 ficrc a]x n-'oenuni ii€a jieime 
piu 7 ap cabaipc bpcnsec tjoiB 7 -do peallaDup oppa 

AíOd lapcain. | OcupTMjgLuaii^'DUpnameicpompocoSLiaC-én 
7 ni pucoTiup Leo acc a n-eic 7 a n-eiTteí 7 a n-gpoi^e. OCp 
n-a cLoipcin pin Tto JhaLLaiB 0-piaopac 7 Luisne.Twcmoi- 
lecroup cucu 7 Tio LeanuTiup lac co muLLac 8LeiBe-én 7 
Tio ÍnncóTiup meiG "Oonncaía 7 meig "OomnaiLL pfu. 
Sup'ceice-Dup na Soill pompo 7 co cucaíi man>ni poppo 
co leic epa-napa. Ocup vo mapbaíi leg romos TTlac 

A.D. 1303. '■'om.ÍQMS, (A) ; owiojr. mtiat prob»blr. tótbe """'nnlj 
between cniuiini eutd copjiin (the openin^ wonl o[ tlie ii 

* To Romt. — ^DonbtlBM, in refer- 
euoe to the chtf ges brongtit againHt 
Mm [1287], iiote ó, impTa. 

C ends thía yeaT with : ' ' Willimn 
Brimingham, srchbÍBhopofTuam;" 
iMTing the entrj' inoomplete, aa 'ií 
Btuid» in B. \ 

'» Youug Símurií.— Edward n. 
wBScrownedFub. 24, 130S. -'fint 
the jeaiB were computed írom Jnljr 
7, oa Bppears fioiu tbs FUd Sooí of 
the Exchrqmr : Datu regia E.. filii 

regis E., mQtatur aiiii^uUa m 
fcBto TranBlstionÍ* S. ~ 
Martjfris, Tiz. Vn. Idoa ■ 
'Exntfaita: McdÍÍ Atti CtUiiiá 
Ixindott (do date), wL 2, p. | 

lÍBt ÍB that he BDCnoedod i 
theduatliof Edm 

" Stimi CofW.— SoiiolD 
oieQtiiDDed tn the «evcnth e^trj al 
tbia year. 


proficient in every thing, rested in Clirist.. — WiUiam Mao [i807l 
Feorais [Birmingham], archbishop of Tuaim, went to 
Bome.^ — ^The crown was given to the king of the Saxons 
and Britons and Ireland, nameljr, to young Edward.^® — 
Ailbi, daught of Tadhg Ua Concobuir, died. — The Clann- 
Muircertaigh came into Magh-Cetne and the crops of the 
countTy of Cairpre and much of the com of Tir-Oilella 
and the Corann were bumed by them. And on that 
expedition was killed Tadhg, son of Maghnus [TJa 
Conchobaír]. He was slain by the same Cathal [IJa 
Conchobair].^^ — ^Mail-[S]echlainn O'Gairmlegaidh, chief of 
Cenel-Moa[i]n, rested in Christ. — Maghnus Mag Oirech- 
taigh rested in Christ. 

Kalends of Jan. [on 2nd feria, 5th of the moon], a.d. [1308 Bw.] 
1304^[-8]. A great foray was madeby Mailruanaigh Mac 
Diarmata on the sons of Domnall Ua Conchobuir in the 
country of Cairpre. Great forays were made by the 
Clann-Muircertaigh on the same sons, although these' had 
made peace previously with them and had given pledges 
to them ; but they acted treacherousl^ towards them after- 
wards. And the sons went forward to Slaibh-en and took 
nothing with them except their steeds and their accoutre- 
ments and their [pack-]horses. When that was heard by 
the Foreigners of Ui-Fiachrach and of Luighni, they 
assembled their f orces and f ollowed them to the summit of 
Sliabh-en. And the sons of Donnchadh and the sons of 
Domnall turned upon them, so that the Foreigners fied 
before them and defeat was put upon them as far as the 
Flagstone of Es-dara. And Thomas, son of Walter [de 

[1308] » 1304 = 1308 of the 
A, L, C. ; which, howeyer, f all 
Ixito a seríoiu error (repeated bj 
Mageog^gan in his Annalfl) by 
Btating that Eatter íell in Marchin 

this year. It was (XVII. F) April 

' JTÍMe. — Namely, the Clann- 
Hmrcertaigh (for whom see O'Do- 
noTan, F. M, iii. 492-3). 



CCMMCCla uLccoti. 

ballTOifi, ConfT:abla bona-piníie 7 a T)etxb[icrcaip 7 
7)aine aili. — Cfiec T)i§al7:a t>o •Benum x)'CCeft, niacOacail, 
ap Huai'5|ii, mac Carail, ap a T)e|ibiia€aiti pein. Ocuf 
ÍTlasnuf, mac ÍHalnura, "00 mafiba-B leif 7T)aineaili.— 
1iíia|i TTlac 5cibennai§ quieuiT: in [Ch|iifTX)]. — 8oi|nen 
7:eine^T)oíoii;ini 1 TTlainifcifinam-bfia£atiitlof-Coniaini 
5Ufi'b|iif inTTlainifciti. — ^DonrinalUnfiacConnatibaConiain, 
aipciT)eocan OiL-pínn, quieuic in Chfifco. — . . , bicaip* 
Claín-innfi, moficuuf efT: quinix) lT)Uf peb|iucq[iii.'* 

lCaU lan. [p.' 1111., L x.ui.,'] OCnno 'Oonnini tn.*ccc'ii.' 
[-ix.°] OCeí, mac eosain, mic Ruai-Bpi, mic CCe'5a, mic 
Caéail CfOil5T)eif5, mic 'CoifpT)eLbai§ moifi hlli Conco- 
buip, fi Connacc 7 T^egaT^bufi aifT)pi§ Giienn 7 in c-aen 
^ai'beL fob' f ef fi e§num 7 eínec ; fo bo mó 7 twb' tejifi 
T^eLBcainic obpian bopuma anuaf,T)omaiiba^LehOCe6 
m-bfieipneÉ, mac Ca6aiL hUi Concobuifi, (7^* 1 n T)ael 
hUa 8oclaca[i]n t)o fin Lam t)o va tíia|iba* Le Tmoi^ 
iT)on, boT)ac fUT)aife*') 1 CoiLL-in-cLacain 7 mo|uin vo 
niaiciB a muínncefi. Ocuf if icrc fo na maici fin: 
iT)on, Concobuf TTlac "Oiaf maca 7 •Oia[imaic f ua6, mac 
'Cai'bj hUi Concobuifi 7 T)iaf maic, mac CacaiL cafipaife 
TTlac TDiafimaca 7 OCe-B, mac TTl uifcejicaiE, mic T'ai'bs, mic 
TTIaiLfiuanaig. T)iapmaic heiLi-be, fLaiíbfiu§ai'5 fob' 
f ef f 1 n-a aimfifi f ein 7 ^iLLa-na-naem TTlac 0Ce*U5a[i]n, 
oLLaiti Connacc 7 6f enn 7 f ai coim'Bef 1 n-gac ceif t), vo 
éoimm T)o*n Lucc foiji fin Lo cecna 7 pagafcac 

A.D. 1804. b.b66o, f . m., t. h. ; the firat part of the enirj U fllegiUe. 
A.D. 1306. »»-»» r. m., n. t. h. (A) MS. 

» /V//.— On the night (eTe) of 8t. 
£tephen*8 Daj, acoording to the 
A, L, C and Mageogheg^an. 

*5u«?M#oro/[-S'í.] Coman. —That 
Í0y abhot of Roscommon. The 
A. L, C, state his name was 

[1309] '7j<7j=1809 of th« 
A, Lá, C. 

^ CoilUi^cliichaM.'-'WQQd qftU 
{sUpping) stonet, ' ' In FilHnaghaih 
in the territoxj of the Bre[f>e;' 
Mageoghegan. ProhaUy (OU, 
F. 1/. iii. 490), Kaologha,parishof 


Burgh], constable of Bun-finne and his brother and other [1308] 
persons were killed by them. — A retaliatorv foray was 
made by Aedh, son of Cathal [TJa Conchobhair], on 
Roaidhri, son of Cathal, that is, on his own brother. And 
Maghnus, son of Maghnus [XJa Conchobhair] and other 
persons were killed by him. — Imhar Mac Geibennaigh 
reated in Christ. — A bolt of fire felP on the Mona8tery of 
the Friars in Ros-comain, so that it broke down the 
Monastery. — Domnall, son of the Successor of [St.] 
Coman,* archdeacon of Oil-finn, rested in Christ. — . . . , 
Vicar of Clain-inis, died on the 5th of the Ides [9th] of 

Kalend8 of Jan. [on 4th feria, 16th of the moon], a.d. [1309] 
1305^-9]. Aedh, son of Eogan, son of Ruaidhri, son of 
Aedh, son of Cathal Red-band, son of Toirdelbach Fa 
Concobuir the Qreat, king of Connacht and one worthy ta 
be arch-king of Ireland and the one Gaidhel that was best 
of prowess and ho8pitality ; that was greatest and best of 
figure that came from Brian Boruma downwards, was 
killed by Aedh the Brefnian, son of Cathal Ua Conchobuir, 
(and "the Chafer" XJa Soehlacain, namely, a boorish 
tanner, it was that stretched out a hand towards him to 
kill him with a hatchet) in Coill-in-clachain.^ And many 
of the nobles of his people [were slain likewise]. Aud 
these are the nobles : to wit, Concobur Mac Diarmata aud 
Diarmait the Red, son of Tadhg TJa Concobuir and Diar- 
mait, son of Cathal Carrach Mac Diarmata and Aedh, son 
of Muircertach, son of Tadhg, son of Mailruanaigh [Ua 
Conchobair]. Diarmait O'hEilidhe, a chieftain-yeoman 
that was the best in his own time and Gilla-na-naem Mac 
Aedhuga[i]n, ollam of Connacht and of Ireland and 
accomplished sage in eyery science, fell by the eastem^ 

Dnimgoon, baronj of Clankee, co. i ' Eastem. — ^Namelj, the Bref nian 
CaTan. | portion of the f oroep. 

414 ccMwala uLcTDti. 

•OoiBilen vo lucc ciéi rximalcaiS ílílic 'Ooniicai^ — Cpoc 

•00 'Benum la hCCe^B, mac Ca€ail hUi Concobt]i|i, aii 

ílíluippf ílílac T)onncai'5 7 a gabail pein. — Ca£aU mac 

in Líoéanaié, abb na 'Cpinoi'Di,'Do6o|a['B]cum 6fpucoiT)e 

Oil-pnn. — UiUiam bupc vo éocc co hOil-pnn cqfi eif 

[tl]i Concobuifi vo mafiba^ 1 ConnacxxnB 7 8il-í1ílaiiie- 

•Bai§ T)0 Éabaitic ci|efinu[i]f t)o mac CcrcaiL' hUi Conco- 

A67a buiii. — Ruoi'Bpi, mac Caéoil* 7 piainn | t)0 •Bul. 

mapcfluai§, ai^ a íTlacaipe 7 mac ílílic pheopaif vo 

mafbcrB leo. — Coinne vo "Benum T)'UilLiam bajic^w 

ChonnaccaiB fie mac CcrBaiL 'ma CCt-fLifen. bpife* 

coinne ecof f a 7 maiT)m t)0 rabaifc af mac CaCoiL cmn. 

*0f eam v'a muinni^if t)0 maf ba'B. UiLLiam bupc vo •Bul 

co ílílainifcif na buiLLe 7 CLann-í1íluipcefTOi| vo íeCc 

1 TJif-n-OiLeLLa. CCf buf ím'Ba vo Lofca'B 7 vo ifiiLLiaf 

T)Oil). íTlac UiLLiam vo recc aji Coifji-fLiaB anúof. 

ílílac CcrcaiL t)0 cuf af a Lonspofc t)ó 7 "Oonncot 

P'nacca vo mapba'B vo éofac fLuai§ íílic UiLLiam 7 

T)aine aiLi. — Cfiec vo 'Benum Le íTlac UiLLiam 1 CLioni)- 

phef!Íiui§e. Cf ec aiLe Leif co beinn-JuLban 7 ní ip 

fcroa fíf- — Concobuf, mac bfiain fuai'B hUi bfiain, t)o 


A.D. 1305. « Eail (=Ccofcail), (A) MS. 

* CaíAo/.— Bom in 1270, acoord- 
ing to the A, L. C. On the death 
of Donough O'FIannagan ([1807], 
note 7, iuprá)j the canons elected 
Malachy (Mao Aedha, Mac Hugh), 

PremonBtratenBÍan Order,** got hii 
Belection oonfirmed (arohiepiMopo 
in remotÍB agente) hj Maftv 
Rcginald, Offidal of the Arma^ 
curía, and had his nominee oonie- 

oanon of Elphin, who was in Minor | crated biahop (in Armagfa, A. L, C. 

Orders. The dean, howcTer, re- 
fnsed to take part in the election, 
betooh himaelf elsewhere and, har- 
ing nominated Charles (Cathal), 
**abbot of the monasterj of the 
Holj Trinitj jof Looh Ke of the 

cufan. 1307). Whereapon, Malaohj 
appealed to the Coria (in ATÍgnoii). 
Af ter due canonical pzx>ofÍB, whi^ 
are detailed in the húH of appoint- 
ment, 0*Conor, who appeared 
neither in person, nor hy proxj, 


people on tlie same day and Faghartach O'Doibhilen by t^^^l 
the honsehold people of Tomaltach Mac DonnchaídL — A 
foray was made by Aedb, son of Cathal TJa Concobuir, on 
Mauríce Mac Donnchaidh and [Maurice] bimself was 
taken prisoner. — Cathal,* son of theLiathanach [Grey-tra 
Conchobair], abbot of the Trinity [Island, Loch Ce], was 
chosen to the bishopric of Oil-finn. — William de Burgh 
came to Oil-finn after [Aedh] TJa Concobuir was killed in 
Connacht and the Sil-Muiredhaigh gave lordship to 
[Huaidhri] the son of Cathal Fa Concobuir. — Ruaidhri, 
sonof Cathal and OTlainn went on the Plain [of Connacht] 
and the son of Mac Feorais [Birmingham] was killed by 
them. — A meeting was held between William de Burgh 
and by the Connachtmen [on the one side] with [Ruaidhri] 
8on of Cathal, [on the other] near Ath-slissen. The meeting 
was broken up between fchem^ and defeat inflicted on the 
son of Cathal there. Some of his people were killed. 
William de Burgh [then] went to the Monasterv of the 
Buill and the Clann-Muircertaigh came into Tir-Oilella. 
Much corn was burned and [much] destro^ed by theuL 
Mac William came down past Corr-sliabh. The son of 
Cathal was put out of his stronghold by him and Domnall 
O'Finachta and other persons were killed by the van of 
the host of Mac WiUiam. — A. foray by Mac Willíam in 
Clann-Fermuighe. Another foray by him to Benn- 
Gulbain and farther downwards.® — Concobur,^ son of 
Brían TJa Briain the Red, was killed. 

naB deprívedof the Seeand Malachj 
appointed thereto bj Clemont V., 
Jnne 22, 1310 (Theiner, p. 180-1). 

llie A, L. C, state he enjojed 
the rsTenae f or three jears and a 
halí. The text is con&equentlj 
f onr jears predated in thii» place. 

His death took place in [1343], 

* Meeting-them. — Literally, break- 
ing of meeiing [took place] between 

• Downwards, — Towards the 
north, which is the reading of the 
Á. L. C 

"^ Concohur, — See the firet entrj 
of the foUowing year. 

416 ccMwala ulcroti. 

]CaL lan. [vi^p.L xx.iiii.*], CCnno T)onfiini TTl.* ccc* 
ui.''[-x.T Concobufi hUa bfiiain, niac jiig |iob' pepjxw 
Leié íTloga, vo matibcro "00 na ^ciUail) T)tiba í nfie!>aiL— 
Cfieca mopa T)i§la vo "oenuni le hOCeft m-bfieipnec 7 le 
Clainn-íTluipceticais apcena ap TTlaelfiuancng TTlactt- 
T)iapniaT)a 7 "Oonnca^, mac "Oonnccr&a, T)'ati5cnn 7*00 50- 
bail 7 a muinncefi 'oo matiba-o 7 t)o ^abail 7T)0 lofcai 
Ocui^a benT)OTnapba'o,iT)on,in5en htlipianna^a[i]n7mna 
7 pip** iniT)a aili pop. — pep^aL TTlas T)opcaiT) quieuinn 
[Chpifco]. — Una, in^en CCe'5a, niic peiT^Linire, t)'Ó5.— 
SLuai^e'^ Le 8epppai§ pep^aiL co T)un-tlaBaip, ok 
ap'mapboB X)omnaLL, mac 0Ce'5a 015 [tl]i phep§ail 7 
OCe'D, mac TTlaiL-lpu 7 S^iFPpa^é» ^«c TTluipcepixn&— 
CaipLen bona-pínne T)oLopca^ 7 T^'ap^ain, erep cpuacoiB 
7 cigib, Le Ruai-Spi, mac Ca€aiL 7 Le hOCe'o, mac TTla^ntjpi 
7 Le muinT)T:ip CCe-Da bpeipnígapcena. — Pnn§uala,in5eti 
TTla^nupa [Ll]í Choncobuip, T^'e^. — OCe'5 bpeipnefi 
Concobuip, T^ega-Sbup aipT^pig Connacc 7 in mac pi^if 
pepp TOini'c o TTlupcob, mac bpiain [bopuma], anuaf, 
a mapba-S Le TTlac LliT)íLin (iT^on,*' Seona^ TTlac UiBiLin*)» 
iT)on, buana vo bi ap con^iíiaiL aip pein, 1 pealL^a 
meBaiL ap cennai'oecc T)o pona'o. — pci cunna pna t)0 
cup po éip í TTla^-Cecne in can pin. — CaipLen SLiji* t)0 
•5enum Leipin lapLa. — peiíLimi-b, macCCe'5a,mic 60^0111» 

A.D. 1:J06. ^ y9^ (i.e. p with siglum for e|i overhead), BIS. •* itL, 
D. t. h., MS. 

[1810] ' IJ06 = 1310 of the 
A* Jj, C 

' Black Foreigners. — " Probably 
uBed to denotA the English latelj 
come over, who were black stran- 
gers in comparison with the £ng' 
lÍBh-Iriflh " (O'D. F. 3f, iii. 494). 

' Bumed. — From the bumings 
that took plaoe on the occasion the 
incorsion wa6 called Crech'ifi'toiten 
(foray of the oonflagration), accord- 

* The castU.etc, — ThÍB ÍBCopiedbj 
the Four Mastert. Alongeraoooimt 
ÍB given in the A. L. C 

* KHUd. — See the fnller deicrip- 
tion in the Á» L, C. {ad mn.) andÍB 
Bfageoghegan (0*D. iii. 496). 

*Mercenarff. — ^The (mmta wat t 
M)ldier paid partl j in monej, ptrúj 
in victaalfl. This sjBtem of paj- 
ment was caUed buanMcht (An^* 
IrÍBb, bonaght). A proportioo of 

ing to the A. L. C. *' wages in monej/' *< dietti ift 

ASSáIS of ulsteb. 


Ealeoda of Jan. [on 5tli fería, 27tli of the moon], A.n. [isio] 
1306>[-10]. Conchobur Ua Briain, the eon of a king that 
was the hest of the Half of Mogh was killed by the Black 
ForeignerB^ in treachery. — Large retaliatoTy toT&jt were 
maiie by Aedh the Brefnian, and hy tbe Claim-Muircer- 
taigh alsoon MaelraaQaigbMacDiarmataandDonnchadh, 
8on of Donnchadh [Mac Diarmata] was deapoiled and taken 
prisODer and hie people wsre [either] killed or taken 
prísoners, or bumed.^ And hia wife was kUled, iuimely, 
the dangbter of Ua lilannaga[i]ii and many other women 
and nien alao [were killed]. — Fergbal Mac Dorchaidh Msted 
in Christ — Una, daughter of Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh [Ua 
Conchobair], died. — A hosting by Geoffrey O'Ferghail to 
Dun-Uabhair, a place wbere was killed Domnall, aon of 
Aedh Ua Ferghail junior and Aedh, son of Mail-Isu and 
Godfrey, son of Muircertach [Ua Ferghail]. — The castle* 
of Bun-finne was burned and despoiled, both [cora-]reek8 
and hoQBes, by Ruaidhrí, aon of Cathal [Ua Conchobair] 
and by Aedh, son of Maghnus [Ua Conchobair] and by 
the people of Aedh [Ua Gonchobair] the Brefnían besides- 
— Finnghuala, daughter of Maghuus Ua Concobuir, died. 
— ^Aedh Ua Conchobuir the Brefnian, worthy heir of the 
arch-king of Counacht and the son of a king the beat that 
came from Murchadh, son of Brían [Boruma],downward8, 
waa kiUed' by Mac Uidilin {namely, Johnock Mao 
Uibhilin) : that is, a mercenar^" that waa kept by himself 
[as a body-guard] did it in treacherj and deceit for a 
príce. — Twenty tons of wine were put [i.e., wasbed] 
asbore ia Magh-Cedne tbat tíme. — The Castle of Sligech 
was bnilt by tbe £arl. — Feidhlimidh, son of Aedh, eon of 

monsT'," ud " dietta in TÍotnellB " 
"tn the Bonagfato " itaet forth in 
"The nt« oí tbe wages of the 
OAllaglM," etc. iTracti relating lo 
Irtland, Ir. Arch. Soo, 11. p. ST sq.). 
Vac the two Undi of Bona^it, aee 

DTmmoh's Trtalim o/ Inlmd (i6. 

Id s eeoondurr Ben»e, Bonaght 
BÍgDÍfied (he soldier; thu» maia- 




a n-inoB a ocafi pein. — Co|imac pianna5a[i]n, TOifec 
'Cuaiii-fiaÉa, vo mafiba'DlG tlenfií ÍHac 5^lle-|phinneín, 
TOii^ec íl1iiinncejii-peoDaca[i]n, a pealL — Tna[c] Cjioié 
TTlas tli'5ip, piT)anina pep-ÍTlanac 7 "Oomnall fTlac 
Sille-ÍTli'cil, caifec Clainni-Consaile, 7)0 nnilliu'5 7 T)o 
lofca5 le tlooll) TTlag TTlhaigamna. — CCmlaim'* TTlo^ 
tli'5iji, iT)on, mac T)uinn capfiai^, caifec TnuinnT^epi- 
peoDaca[i]n, mofiruuf efc 14 ]cal. lulii, 1306.* 

]CaL lan. [ui.* p., L ix.,*] CCnno T)omini Tíl.** ccc.** uii.' 
[-XI.**] Cfec mofi vo -^enum le Clainn-TTluiiiceíiTxiis 1 
ConnacTO 7 5^lla-Cfifc, mac TTluifpfa, mic T>onnca5a 
TTlic "Oiapmaca, vo mafba5 ann 7 OCeD, mac Cof maic 7 
Uilliam TTIac 5^Ue-affaié 7 T)onnc(r5, mac 'ComalTOis 
7 T)aine im^^a aili. — ^Da TTIac Uilliam leié a bufc t)0 
mariba5 t)o na macaiB fig laiéneca[it)].— Sluaige* mó^ 
le hUilliam Oufc ifin TTIumain 1 n-a^ai'^ in Clafai'5 
7 ca€ T)0 éabaif c t)0i15 7 maiT)m t)0 íabaifi txi|x in Clafac 
ann 7 Uilliam bufc ap T)epe'5 a muinncefii 05 lenmam 
in mo^ma. Ocuf 51*50 f o gaba'^, if aigi t)0 Bi cofcuji in 
Thooma. — CaDg hOCinli'5e vo mafba'5 La SiujfiTxxn 
T)'eifecfia. — Casa'^ mofi 1 Cua'5-Tnumain ipn blia'^ain 
fi 7 caí T)o rabaipr vo TDhonnca-^ TTlac Conmafa 7 T)'a 
oifiecc, iT)on, T)0 'Cpica-cer 0-Caifin, í n-aigai-^ h[ll]i 
bfiain 7 lpQ]\ TTluman uile. Ocuf *Oonnca'5 TTlac Con- 
mapa T)o mapba-^ ann 7 mai€i a oifecca uile 7T)omnall 
0^paT)a,T:aifecCene[oi]L-T)un§aile. Ocuf áji T)iaif mi-oe 
ecoppa, leé afi leé. — ^T)onnca5 obfiain, pi TTluman 7 

A.D. 1306. d^ 67a, f. m., t. h., MS. 

[1311] ^IJ0y = 1311 of the 

' Battle was given, — At Biiiiratty 
co. Clare, on Asoension Daj, 1310 
rClyn); May 20, 1311 (Graoe). 
These data supplement and ooriect 

eaoh other, enabling the tme yetr 
to be determined. In 1311 (I. C). 
Easter fell on April 14 ; Aaceniion 
Day, on May 20. The text oonae- 
quently antícipates by four jean. 
^ EilUd, "The Á, L. C, sUte that 



£ogaii [Ua Conchobaír, became Idng] instead of hís own 
father. — Cormac OTlannaga[í]n, chief of Tuath-Ratha, 
was killed by Henry Mac Gille-Finnein, chief of Muinter- 
Peodacha[i]n, in treacherj. — Ma[c] Craith Map: TJidhir, 
royal heir of Fir-Manach and Domnall Mac Gille-Michil, 
chief of Clann-Conghaile, were pillaged and burned by 
Ralph Mac Mathgamna. — Amhlaim Mag IJidbir, namely, 
8on of Donn Carrach, chief of Muinter-Peodacha[i]n, died 
on the Uth of the Ealends of July [June 18], 1306. 

Ealends of Jan. [on 6th feria, 9th of the raoon], a.d. 
1307^[-11]. A great foray was made by the Clann- 
Muircertaigh into Connacht and Qilla-Crist, son of 
Maurice, son of Donnchadh Mac Diarmata^ was Idlled 
therein and Aedh, son of Cormao [Mac Díarmata] and 
WiUiam Mac Gille-Arraíth and Donnchadh, son of 
Tomaltach [Mac Diarmata] and many other persons [were 
killed]. — ^Two sons of WiIIiam de Burgh the Groy 
were slain by the Leinster sons of king8. — A great 
hosting [was made] by WiUiam de Burgh into 
Munster against De Clare and battle was given^ by 
them and defeat was inflicted on De Clare there. 
And William de Burgh was at the rere of his force in 
foUowing up the defeat. And, though he was captured, 
it is with him the triumph of the def eat remained. — Tadhg 
O'hAinUdhe was killed* by Jordan de Exeter. — Great war 
in Thomond in this year and battle was given by Donn- 
chadh Mac Conmara and by his sept, namely, by the 
Cantred of Ui-Caisin, against TJa Briain and all the Men 
of Munster. And Donnchadh Mac Conmara was killed 
therein and all the chief s of his sept and Domnall O'Grada, 
chief of Cenel-Dunghaile [were kiUed]. And countlees 
slaughter [took place] between them, side for side. — 



O'Hanlj was slain in pursait of the 
paztj led bj de Exeter into Magh 

Luirg (baronj of Bojle, co, Bos- 


ccHHala uLccDíi. 

oinn- I 

«n)bu|i p^ ejvenn, "oo Tnuiil»r5 a meCaiL ■oo Tll uiic(r6. mat 
tnacsamtia [U]i bpiam. — LocLdinii fiiabac T)ea&r6' 
maiibaíi Le Tnaésamam.mac "OomnailL Connaccai^ 
Opiaiii. — í5eono5 ITlac LlipLm -oo mapbffoin Spi®'-' 
m-Oaile-cobaip-biM^e 7 a niapbo^ pein im>. Ocupj 
■DO'n S6pppa[iíi]cai^ ti'ap'mtfpR 1-*' t^^* bpeipnec 
Concobuip, pi Connaíic, -00 maiiba'o e ^e\n, — CpeC 
■&en«m Le pei'fiLimi'o Coiicobuip,pi Connaícap CLainíT 
TTl uipcep™ií;. ap bopT) ITIiiiíi-Cecni. Ociip TTIaeL- 
SecLainn, mac Concobmp'puai*. pip" píc^ea C e a n n 1 11 
m ei §1 L, Tio mapbaíi anii 7 xiaiiit eiLe. — TDomnaLL Mln 
Uuaipc, pi bpeipie. mopnuuT epc- — "Diapmaic CLeipec 
hUa bpiain mopninp epc. — TTIuipcepcac bpioin vo 
pi|a'6. — "OomnaLL Obipn.caiTer, Tl^ipe-bptuin, quiGmctii 
[Chpipco]. — SiLla-lpu OT)aLaié, olLam uana, quieuic tn 


Ae^efOn-.i }caL 1an. [uii.' p., L rac.'], CCnno 'Oomini Tn.'ccc* uni.' 
[-x.° 11,°] UiLliam TTlac pheopaip, atp'oeppuc Tuama, m 
Cbpipco quieutc. — beiiii'Decc bpa5a[i]n, ej'pitc Uníine. 
quieuic in [Chpipco]. — TTlaLaci tflns OCeria, e]-puc O1L- 
prn), T)o éo§a[fi] cum atp'oefpucoi'oe Cuama- 

|CaL. lan. [11.* p., L- *-'], CCnno *Oomini TTI.° ccc.* la." 
[-X.111."] CLemenp papo mopcuupefc. — Hea: ppanci[a]e 
mopcuup epc. — 5''-^""'^" ^'^ "OopcaiTi ■oo mapboíi w 

• Gniííucí.— Tho iiama here in- 
tended bss uot been identified. 
^ BaÍU-tobair-Brigde.—TBWn o/ 

Mf mll <í/"(S(.] Brígil {Bílintobtr, 
00. RoscommoD). Tbe wnll *' frum 
which the place tDoktl«nanie iiyet 
in exiatenoe here, but pot regttrded 
u aholy weU"(0'D.iii. fiOO). 

■i'iíferf.— In [1311], ^pra. 

'Brad oflhf. Hamal-bam'.—So 
cftUed, iD tU probabilitj, frgm but- 

ing dfvoted bimBclf to Bgrioultui* 
rather Úum to WATlare. 

[1312] ' ijoS= 1312 of thí 
A. L. C 

= J/nfdcA^.— Od the diMtL of Bii^ 
minjfbata, ihe Chsptec eleotod |p«r 
viam compromisi) Fhilip. iImh o( 
Tnam. He haring retiued (o ooa- 
aent, the Chaplor in tho nlM 
inanneF choae Malaohy <it BpUn 
([1309], noUl, nprd), Tliebiihup 



Donnchadh IJa Briain, king of Mnnster and one fit to be [1311] 
king of Ireland, was killed in treacherj by Murchadh, son 
of Mathgamain XJa Briain. — Lochlainn O'Deaghadh the 
Swarthj was killed by Mathgamain, son of Domnall Ua 
Briain the ConnaciaD. — Johnock Mac Fighilin kílled the 
Qruelach* in Baile-tobair-Brighde^ and himself was killed 
[immediatelj] therefor. And it is with the short [handled-] 
axe wherewith h3 killed^ Aedh O'Concobuir the Brefhian, 
he was killed himself. — ^A foray was made by Feidhliraidh 
O'Conchobuir, king of Connacht, on the Clann-Muircer- 
taigh, on the verge of Magh-Cetne. And Mael-Sechlainn, 
8on of Concobur the Red, who was U8ually called H e a d 
of the harvest-band^ and other persons were 
killed therein. — ^Domnall TJa Ruairc, king of Breifni, díed. 
— Diarmait Fa Briain the Cleric died. — Muircertach Ua 
Briain was made king. — Domnall 0*Bim, chief of Tir- 
Briuin, rested in Christ — Gilla-Isu O'Dalaigh, professor 
of poetry, rested in Christ. 

£alends of Jan. [on 7th feria, 20th of the moon], a.d. [i8l2Bi8.] 
1308^[-12]. WiUiamMac Feorais [Birmingham], arch- 
bishop of Tuaim, rested in Christ. — Benedict 0*Braga[i]n, 
bishop of Luighni [Achonry], rested in Christ. — Malachy* 
Mac Aedha, bishop of Oil-finn, was chosen to the arch- 
bishopric of Taaim. 

S^ends of Jan. [on 2nd feria, Ist of the moon], a.d. [1318J 
1309i[-13]. Pope Clement [V.] died.^—The king of 
France died.* — Gilla-Isu Mag Dorchaidh was killed by 

Bubmitted bimself in tbe matter to 
tbe decÍBÍon of tbe Coria and pro- 
ceededto Avignon, in companjwitb 
tbe capitular proctors. Having 
been qnestioned and approved bj 
tbree ezaminers deputed ad boc, be 
wafltranBÍerredto Tuam bj Clement 
V., Deoember 19, 1312 (Tbeiner, p. 
185-6). Tbe text accordinglj is 

antedated bj four jears. 

[1 313] 1 ijog = 1313 of tbe 

^ Dxed, — Tbis obit ÍB five jears 
antedated. Clement V. died April 
20, 1314. 

^Died. — A similar prolepBÍB of 
fíve jearB. Fbilip le Bel of France 
lÍTod untU 1314. 


ocwMaUr uLoroti. 


CoTicobuti Cafifiac ÍHac T)iapfnaca. — 'Ca'bs, TTlac 
CCnniiiaf, v^&^ — Caíal, mac Í1íluii£a5a Captunl h[ll]i 
phefi|ail, quieuic in [Chfiifco]. 

lCal. lan. [111/ p., l. x.11*] OCnno •Oomini Hl.' ccc.*x.' 
[-ac!* 1111.^ Wiall T)ofnnaill occifUf efc. — TílaiTwn 
íl1uinncefi-Rai|iUai5 ic T)fiuim-le€an le Ruai'Bjii, Tnac 
Ca€ail [tl]i Concobuif. — IDasnuf, mac T>oninaill h[tl]i 
eafepa, TH) mapboB lelTlasnuf, mac Uilliam [tl]i eo^fia, 
1 peall. — Wiall, mac bfiain hUi Weill, in i;-aen mac fi| 
fo bo línmuif e 7 fob* Fe]\p mai€[i]uf bo bí a n-efiinn 1 
n-aen aimf if fif fein, quieuic in [Chpifco]. 

lCaL lan. [111.* f., l. x.n.,*] CCnno T)omini m." cca' 
ac^i." [-X.** 1111.**] rnaca ÍHas TJi5e|ina[i]n vo majiboB 
vo Chaéal Ruaipc. — Wiall T)omnaill vo mofibat le 
hOCeft n-T)omnaill. — íTlaéa ÍTlas ["Oh^uiBne, efpuc na 
bfieifne, 'o'ég. — TloolB TTlag TTlargamna "00 mafibo^ v'a 
bfiaicfiiB pein. 

]CaL lan. [iiii.*f., L. xacin,*] OCnno •Oomini TTl.* ccc* 
X." 11." [-x.° u.'] Sluaé-loingef mop th) €ecc a hOClbain 
le 'oefibfiaéaifi fiig OCLban, Le heDuBafiT), 1 cfiicaiB ULoB. 
CfeSamofia "oo^enum t)ó afi muinni^ifi in lafiLajafi 
JaLLaiB na TTli-Be. 8lua§ mofi vo éinoL Wn lafiLa 1 
n-a§ai'5 na n-OCLbanac. pei-oLimi-o, mac OCe'Ba hUi 
Choncobuifx, fii Connacc, t)0 •BuL Leifin. 8Lua§ mofi aiLe 
vo nnoL | Le Ruai'bfii, mac CaéaiL [U]i Chon£obuifi, 1 

* Tadhg, — ^According to the eulo- 
g^tic acoount in the A, Z. C, he 
was grandflon of Turlough Mor 
0*Conor, and died a monk in the 
abbej of Boyle. 

[1314] »/j/0 = 1314 of the 
A» Li» C 

' NialL — The entrj in the Fowr 
MoMUrt states that he was grandaon 

of Torlongh O'Donnell, who was 
slain [1303], ncpra. 

»/j//=1314 of the A. L. C 
From thia to the textoal jtmr 1366 
(=1369) inclnaive, the datíng ii 
three ^ears in advanoe, 

^NiaU, — A repetition (with the 
name of the álajer added) of the 
first entry of Íhe teztoal jaar 1310 



Conchobur Carrach Mac Diarmata. — Tadhg/ son of [1318] 
Andrew [Fa Conchobaír], díed. — Cathal, son of Murchadh 
Carrach TJa Ferghail, rested in Christ. 

Kalend8 of Jan. [on 3rd feria, 12th of the moon], a.d. [ish] 
1310^[-14]. NialP O'Domnaill was slaiu.— Defeat of the 
Muinter-Raighíllaigh [was inflicted] at Druim-lethan by 
Ruaidhri, son of Cathal Ua Concobuir. — Maghnus, son of 
Domnall Ua Eaghra, was killed by Maghnus, son of 
Wiliiam Ua Eaghra, in treachery. — Niall, son of Brian 
Ua Neill, the one son of a king who was most bountiful 
and best in goodness that was in Ireland at the same time 
as himself, rested in Christ. 

Ealends of Jan. [on 3rd feria, 12th of the moon], a.d. 
1311^[-14]. Matthew Mag Tigerna[i]n was killed by 
Cathal O^Ruairc— Niall* O'Domnoill was killed by Aedh 
O'Domnaill. — Matthew Mag [Dh]uibhne, bishop of the 
Breijbii [Eilmore], died. — Ealph Mag Mathgamna was 
killed by his own kinsmen. 

Ealends of Jan. [on 4th feria, 23rd of the moon], a.d. [13151 
1312^[-ld]. A great fleet-host came from Scotland with 
the brother of the king of Scotland, that is, with Edward 
[Bruce],^ into the territories of Ulidia. Great foray8 were 
made by it on the people of the Earl [de Burgh] and on 
the Foreigners of MeatL A great host was collected by 
the Earl against the Scotch. Feidhlimidh, son of Aedh 
Ua Concobuir, king of Gonnacht, went with that. Another 
great host was collected by Euaidhri,^ son of Cathal Ua 

[1316] ^Iji2=ni5 of the 

A. L. C. 

* Edtcard [Bruce^.—FoT the pro- 
oeedings of the Brnces in Ireland, 
aee Gílbert's Vieeroy8y p. 134 sq. 

*i?MaúíArt.— Aocording to the 
A. L, C,j instead of employing the 

force to aid Bruce (the ostensible 
porpose for which it was raised), 
Bnaidhri marched imopposed 
through the province, in the ab- 
Bence of Feilim, and had himself 
inaucpirated king of Connanght. 



Connacca. CaicLena "oo Loj^cro 7 ■oo bjiiiiu'fe. — OCeft, 
iiiac tnasmii-a [ll]i Concobuiii, 1)0 mapba"& Le Coí 
inac"OoninaiLL[U]i Concobiiiii. niajnuj', mac TTlasniij 
in mac fii^ jiob' penp eine£ 7 egnoin vo bi tk» ConnaCi 
7 T)oinnall, a T)6nbpa€aip, tjo niapba'& in La ap n 
Lepin pep cecna- "Oiopniaic, mac 8imoin na cpa^a 
T)o mapbari in Lu tio inctpbat CCe-o, mac TTla^niii-a [U]i 
Concobuip, L6)in CUcinn cecita a n-Tii§aiL a n-accrp. — Caf 
■Do'n 1 apLa Ti'on Ti-apa Leé 7 Tj'enubapT) co n-a f'eT>ain tio'n 
lecaiLe, siip'maiTiiii^et] apin lapLa? ap^aLLfl'C apíena. 
Ocup T>o sabafi ann UiLLiam búpc ^ua mac ITlic-in- 
mhiLi'&. — ITlacsaniain TTlcrt;TlapiailL,caiTectTluinncepi- 
heoLu[ilp, -Do mapbab Le TTlaeLpuanaij Tllac n-Tliai»* 
maca, pí TTl ui§e-l.uip5 7 TTlaiLiTiiaíaií:. caipec TTluij 
cepi-CeqtbaLLa[i]n 7 mopan vo ITluinncip-eoLor 
apaen piu. Concobup puoo, mac CCeía bpeipií& 1 
mapbo'D ann. — fTlaeLpuanai| íTlac "Oiapmaca 7 'S'^lJi- 
bepT) ITlac SoipneLETio cecc i nias-Liiips 7 cpeaíowí 
Tienum TioiB. Ocup pucaT)Up beii "Oiapmaca S°í']Ll.^o 
7 T)o aipsewp uiLe muin[n]ctp "Oiapmaca 5*í[i]l 
Taíníc CCefi *OoninaiLL pa caiplen aLisift 7 t» c 
ítnp Leip. Uuampi, mac ■DomnmLL [U]i Concobnipi 
mapbcr6 Le "DepbopsaiLL, ingen Ttlosnupa [lJ]j Chai| 
buip, ap cennai'becc tio ceicipn gaLLÓBLac, 

* Fathcr, — Donmoll O'Couor, , 
fatber of Caths), was »1un in aa 
enconnter witli Hugh O'Conor tbe 
Brelman [^li07]. luprii. Acoording 
to the A, L. C, he was wonndedin 
tliG cont«et b; Dermod, ■on of 
SimaD. Ueora tbe Tendett& hera 

* It'oj /ouflAt.— At Connor, oo. ' 
Antrim \A. L. C. aud Or»»}. 

* WiMiam dr BHrgh.—PrQbMj, 
the Bon uf the Euli 

' Mslh-Ja^mÍH. fU. — Sffl Um 
.i. L C.,ndan. (RoU»' ed.. t ITi?. 

> Jladrumaigh, rlc — Soc th" 
A. L. C. (í*. i771- 

' Dirbor^oitl. — Acoordiag 10 
Mogeoghegui [O'D. iii. M»-U1 
and tbe A. L, C, the lednc 
Sligo aod the sssassin 
«ere to «venge the aUjriag d 
father (lecaiid eotij af Ihia jn 
DomiiaU, btotbsr of BoiJ. 


Conchobuir, in Connacht. Caetles were bumed and [1316] 
broken down. — Aedh, son of Maghnus TJa Conchobuir, 
waa kílled hy Cathal, son of Domnall TJa Concobuír. 
Maghnufl, son of Maghnus, the son of a king who was best 
of hospitalitj and prowess that was of the Connachtmen 
and Domuall, his brother, were killed on the morrow by 
the same man. Diarmait, son of Símon ofthe Strand, 
was Idlled on the day on which was killed Aedh, son of 
Maghnus TJa Concobuir, by the same Clan, in revenge of 
their father.* — ^A battle [was foughtp by the Earl on the 
one side and by Edward [Bruce] with hÍ8 force on the 
other 8Íde, so that defeat was given to the Earl and to the 
Foreigners besides. And William de Burgh® and the two 
sons of Mac-in-Mhilidh wero taken prisoners there. — 
Mathgamain^ Mag Raghnaill, chief of Muinter-Eolu[i]s 
and O'Mailmhiadhaigh, chief of Muinter-Cerballa[í]n 
and many of Muinter-Eolu[i]8 along with them were 
killed by Maelruanaigh^ Mac Diarmata. Concobur the 
Red, son of Aedh [TJa Conchobair] the Brefnian, was 
kílled there. — Maelruanaigh^ Mac Diarmata and Gilbert 
Mac Goisdelbh came into Magh-Luirg and forays were 
made by them. And they took away with them the wife 
of Diarmait [Mac Diarinata] the Foreigner and plundered 
all the people of Diarmait the Foreigner. — Aedh O'Dom- 
naill came against the Castle of Sligech and it was reduced 
by him. Ruaidhri, son of Domnall Ua Concobuir, was 
killed by Derborgaill,® daughter of Maghnus Ua Conco- 
buir. [The deed was done^®] for stipend by a band of 

the A. Z. C, according to which I made peace with 0*Donnell and 
O'Donnell entered the countrj of receÍTed the lordship oí Cairpre 

Gairpre a seoond time, with a large 
fofoe. On that occaaion, B017 
aeparated himaelf írom his brothers. 

NeTertheless, " in TÍoLition of the 
relics oí Tir-Conaill," he was alain 
as stated in the text. 


426 ocí^NaLa: uUroíi. 

368a[bif.] lCaL lan. [u.' p.^ U 1111.'] CCnno 'Oomini ÍTI.' ccc.* 
x.'* 111.°^ [-X.O U1.T 8Lua§ moji vo cinoL Le peiébTnrt 
Concobuiji 7 Le ÍHac pheojiaif 7 Le SaLLoiB lopÉoiii 
Connacc. 'Cecz •ooib co 'Cocufi í1ílona-Coinner5a Ruai'6p 
hUa^ Concobuifi th) •BuL 'n-a n-agai-o / cumuf[c] wi6 
aii a ceiLe. Ruaí'bpi* hUa^ Concobuifi, fw Connacc, w 
mafiba^b ann 7 Thafimaic gaLL TTlac THafimaca, fJ 
ÍTluigi-Luifis 7 Cofimac TTlac Ceiuefinaig, fii CiaimrBe 7 
SaLLogLaca uaifLi 7 'oaine imT)aaiLi.* fli§e in Coici'o'w 
jabaiL T)*phei"5Limi'5* apif. Ocuf fluag moji leif 
T)'innfai5i^ OC£a-Le€ain 7 in baiLe t)0 Lofga* Leif . Ocuf 
8Leimne T)'eifeq[ia, rjigepna in baiLe, t>o mafibcrB Leo 7 
in 5o5anac,in c-aen bafiunbafaifie*T)obi a n-efimn, •«) 
mafibcr5 Leo 7 501U imT)a aiLi.* Ocuf eroahi mopa 
T) fagbaiL t)oi15. CC' nóf 7 a n-aLLa5 t>o ^uL pa efiimi, 
SUfi'giaLLfcrc moficm t)oi15.' — ^8Luai§e5 mofi t>o' comofurfi' 
A 68a ^gh pei-SLimi-^^ I mafi aen fie mai€i15 an coici'5* 7 'Oofm- 
ca-^ bfiiain, pi TTluman 7 TTlaeL-[8h]ecLainn, p 
THi'^e 7 UaUslafic Ruaific, pí bfieipne (tlaL[g]qu:* 
Huaific T)o ^abaiL fiigi in ifxo anno.*) 7 pep§aiL, fw 
ITluinncefii-hOCn^aiLe 7 'Ca'Ss CeLLai^, pi 0-TTlame 7 
ITlagnuf, macTDomnaiLLhUi Concobuifi,canufxi Connacc 
^CCpr hea5pa,pi iui^ne ^bpian T^ub-^a^pí O-pacfwic. 
CC n-T)uL f^n uiLe co hCCé-na-pi^. ^^LL laproip ConnaEc 
uiLe vo éinoL *n-a n-ai§i'5 : iT)on, UiLLiam bufic 7 in 
bapun TTlac peofiaif, cijepna OCía-na-pi§ 7501IL leiíi 

A.D. 1313. 10, A. *«., B; eile, A. »-lim, B. * foeiTie, A. »» 1316 
OTcrhead, n. t. h., B. « om , A. ^ Opposite thÍB piaoe, RaarDfit, fii 
Connacc — Ruaidhrif King of Connacht^ íb placed, 1. nu, t. h., B. • .«. 
(the Latin equÍTalent for tbe Iríah coic— >?re) with ro OTeríiead, A, R 
'^om., B. c c 'DoctiTn omoricrD, which is meaningleei, B. It caa aignifj 
against (literallj unto) [the] Ui'Mordha. Bat thia aenae ia inapplioable 
here. The reading is a miflconception of the A-text. ^'^'oo—^g 
(Fedhlimid), A. *-*t. m., t. h., A; om., B. 

[U16) i/j/j=1316 of the 
s /JTtflSp/.— FidebneuB O Conghur 

interf ecit Rororicom, filinm Gatholi 
O Gongfaor (Ghraoe^ md «a. 1315[= 
1316]. HÍB ▲.!>. notation cob* 


Xalends of Jan. [on 5tli feria, 4th of the moon], a.d. [1316 Bi8.] 
1313^[-16]. A large host was mustered by Feidhlimidh 
TJa Concobair and by Mac Feorais [Birmingham] and by 
the Foreigners of the West of Connacht. They came to 
the Cau8eway of Moin-Coinnedha. Ruaidhri TJa Concobuír 
went against them and they engaged with each other. 
Huaidhri Ua Concobuir, king of Connacht, was killed'^ 
there along with Diarmait Mac Diarmata the Foreigner, 
king of Magh-Luirg and Cormac Mac Ceithemaigh, king 
of Ciaraidhe and uoble gallowglasses and many other 
persons. The Idngahip of the Fifth was assumed by 
Feidhlimidh again. And a large host was led by him to 
the assault of Ath-Iethan and the place was burned by 
him. And Slevin de Exeter, lord of the town and de 
Cogau, the nobleet baron that was in Ireland and many 
other Foreigners were killed by them. And many chattels 
were got by them. Their fame^ and their renown went 
throughout Ireland, so that many submitted to them. — A 
great hosting was undertaken by Feidhlimidh, together 
wíth the nobles of the Fifth [of Connacht] and with 
Donnchadh O'Briain, king of Munster and 0'Mael[-ShJec- 
lainn, king of Meath and XJal[gh]arc O'Iluairc, king of 
Breifni (Ual[gh]arc O'Ruairc took the kingship that year) 
and O'Ferghail, king of Muinter-hAnghaile and Tadhg 
O'Cellaigh, king of Ui-Maine and Maghnus, son of Dom- 
nall Ua Concobuir, tanist of Connacht and Art O'hEaghra, 
king of Luighni and Brian O'Dubhda, king of Ui-Fiach- 
rach. They went, aU those, to Ath-na-righ. The 
Foreigners of the West of Connacht all asscmbled against 
them: to wit, WiUiam de Burgh and the Baron Mac 
Feorais [Birmingham],* lord of Ath-na-righ aiid all the 

mences on March 25 ; the change 
of the Dominical Letter, on the 
preceding Jan. 1). 

^Their fame, etc,—A partiflan 
exaggeration. How transibnt was 

O'Conor'a pre-eminence, is shown 
in the following entrj. 

* Bimiingham. — It is worthj of 
note that he was on the side of 
O'Concr in the j're^ious expedition. 



ccNMalxr tiLcroh. 


Cuinn^ uile •d'ujitíioii. Coé vo comoiicrD leo 7 tnafOTn no 
TObai|ir aji 5^i'5eLaiB ann. pei'5limi'D O Concobuiji 
(mac^ CCeDa, mic eo§ainO> í^í Connacx, vo nia|iba'5 aníi- 
in n-aen •ouine*' if mo jie* paibe aifie pe|i n-e|ienn uile 
7 fiob* \ie\i einec 7 e^num. 'Ca^g hUa^ Ceallaig, fi? 0- 
TTlaine, "do majiba^ ann 7 occafi ap pcic •D'afi*'Dual pi^ 
x)0 CLainn-CelLai§ "do majiba^ ann. CCjic O heagpa, jw 
tui§ne, vo majiba^ ann. CCcc aen ní, nífi'moiibaB 'fiti 
aimfiii fi 1 n-efinn in coimlín vo ma|iba5 ann' vo 
macaiB |ii§ 7 caifec 7 "00 •DdiniB ím'5a aili* of in amaí» 
Ruai'5f 1, mac T)onnccr5a, mic eogain hUi Concobuip, t» 
f 1505 "00 ConnaccaiB. — Sluag' le hUilliam bupc 1 *il- 
muife^ais.' Concobuif 7 Connacra "do '^enum fiía, 
acn TTlac T)iafmaca. "Cecr;' vo TTlac Uilliam 1 Tna§- 
tuifj. Cfeca mofa vo iabaijix; Leó o CC€-in-£ip 7 
Uacxaf-cif e 7 in cif uiLe vo LofCff5 7 "do iTiiLLiU'5 •ooiC. 
ImnecT: •doiB afcif amac laf fin.' 1n Tluai'5fii ceuna w 
a€f i§a5 Le TTlac T)iaf maca laf fin. — ^DefibopsoiLU'mgen 
TTlagnufa hUi Concobuip, •D'eg.' 

]CaL lan. [uii.' p., L x-u.,'] CCnno T)omini TTl.* ccc.* x* 
1111.**^ [-ac" uii.°] 'Coiff'DeLbac, mac CCe5a,^ mic eo^n, 
T)0 f i§a^ Le ConnacTO. — Roibear a bfiuif , fi CCLbani "00 
recr; a n-ejainn maiLLe'' f e ^aLLosLacaiB im'SaiB 1 pupcacc 
eT)ubaifT), a bparap pein, •do •5icuf '^aVÍ a hefinn.— 
THaiLif'* •D'eifer;fa, ci§epna CC€a-Le€ain, vo mcq[iba5 Le 

* The MSS. have q for cu.— * 1316, overhead, n. t. h., B. From SUm^ (o 
ann, inclasÍTe, is tranBlated in C at 1312, [aiias] 1316. The next jear is 
1486. JJia, th., A; om., B. ^^aixtet— (7aiVftr/,B. > fiip (same in 
meaning as the word in A), B. 

A.D. 1314. 'OaetwIB. «0, B. ^ 1317,oYerhead,n. th^B. •papoaen 
(same signifícation as the A word), B. <>-<>om., B. 

^BattU, etc—On the feast oí St. 
Lawrence (Augost 10], aocording 
to thc A. L. Cn Clyn and Grace. 

• Ifa4ie /vorf .— Namclv, with do 

' Mac 2>t«niM/a,— Who had not 
made peaoe with de Burgh. 

« DerbargailLSee [1315J, noCe ft 



Foreigners of the greater part of the Half of Conn. Battle^ [1316 Bi« ] 
was engaged in by them and defeat inilicted on the Gaidhil 
there. Feidhlimidh O'Concobuír (son of Aedh, son of 
Eogan)» king of Connacht, was slain there : the one person 
on whom the attentíon of the Men of all Ireland was most 
directed and who was best in generositj and prowesa- 
Tadhg Ua Cellaigh, king of Ui-Maine, was slain there and 
eight and twenty of the Clann-Cellaigh that had right t<> 
king8bip [of Ui-Maine] wereslain there. Art 0'hEghra,king 
of Luighni was slain there. But [for] one thing, there was 
not slain in this time in Ireland the amount that was slain 
there of sons of kings and of chiefs and of many other 
persons in addition. — Euaidhri, son of Donnchadh, son of 
Eogan Ua Concobuir, was [then] made king by the Con- 
nachtmen. — ^A hosting [was made after that] by WiUiam 
de Burgh into Sil-Muiredbaigh. O'Concobuir and the Con- 
nachtmen, with the exception of MacDiarmata,made peace.^^ 
Mac William [de Burgh] came into Magh-Luirg. Great 
preys were brought by them from Ath-in-chip and frora 
Uachtair-tire and the whole country was bumed and 
pillaged by tbem. They went from out the country after- 
wards. The same Ruaidhri was deposed by Mac Diarmata^ 
after that. — DerborgaiU,^ daughter of Maghnus Ua Con- 
cobuir, died. 

Kalends of Jan. [on 7th feria, 15th of the moon], a.d. 
1314^[-17]. Toirdelbach, son of Aedh, son of Eogan [Ua 
Conchobair] was made king by the Connachtmen. — Robert 
Bruce, king of Scotland, came to Ireland^ along with many 
gallowglasses in aid of Edward, his brother, to expel the 
Foreigners f rom Ireland. — Meyler de Exeter, lord of Ath- 

[1317] ^/j/^=1317 of the 

jAm Jlj, C 

* CatM to Ireland. — Bruoe, aocopd- 
ing to Clyn, oame aboat Ghristmas, 

1316. But,havingregardtoClyii'8 
A.D. notation ([1327], note 4, infra), 
thi8 doea not exclude the beginning 
of 1317. 


430 ccNMalcc uLcroh. 

Caral, mac T)oTnnaill hUi Concobuifi, afi bopD "Opoína- 
cliaB 7 "OoninaU, niac Tai^s» mic "OomnaiU 1|ipaif, t» 
niapba'D ann 7 cei€|ii pip véc aili. — Caiflen CCéa-clioC- 
A68b in-copainT) "00 b|ii]^u'D.'' — ^Donnca^ htla* | bfiioin, pi 
íTlunian, occin'Uf eyv. — ConcoBup** bui'5e fnaj TliSefi- 
na[i]n, caifec 'CeUai^-'Ounca'Ba, occifUf e]^ immai'Oín 
CiUe-nióife [7] fnar^amain TTlaT; "Cigefnaíiln 7 in 
^ 1 1 1 a f u a "&, mac in CCipcinni^ 7 mop an aile 'o'a 
ciniU'B 7 Mícol 1Tlac-in-rnhai§ifnj[i 7 mofon •oa aicme. 
— ÍTlai'DmCiUe-moipe ap macRuai'^fi n-J^^^^S''"^ 
7 ap pep aiC bpeip ne 7 aft rnhuinncif-peoT)aca[i]n, "ou* 
inap'ruir mopan •oo •5ainiB.* — TTiael-lfU pua'B mac 
CCe'DU^a[i]n "D'e^. — fta^naU'* TTlag Tla§naiU vo gaBoilj 
8effpai§ TTlha^ TlagnaiU, caifec vo 'oenum W— 
'^ofca mop ifin blicr&ain fi.' 

]Cal. lan. 1.' f.', [Cocx.ui.**] CCnno T)omini TTl.*'ccc.'*x.' u.*' 
[-u.° 111."] ITlai'Dm'* 1 ii-eiiB ap ^aUaiB leif CejiBoill, 
vú ap'mapba'D CC'oam TTlaifeif 7 5^iU im'oa eile.*— 
8Lua§ mop X)o r;inoL Le TTlaeLpuanais iriac n-*Oiajimaca 
7 if lac fo : i'Don, ToipfDeLbac Concobuifi, p 1 Connacc 
7 Concobup CeaLLaig, fi 0-TTlaine 7 llaL[5]apc^ 
Ruai]\c, fí bpeifne ^ComaLcuc Tílac T)onncai'5,ci5epna 
'Chipe-hOiLeLLa, 'o'innfaip'D CaéaiL, mic T)omnaiLU co 
páf<i'&-coiLLe. Ocuf TOp^aD^ CaéaL coiíia'Da mopa th) 
líluc X)iu]iiiiaca -oo cinn gan zeacz cuigi 'doVtx)1]*c pn.* 

A.D. 1314 «-«0111.,^. 'pn— Maí, B. 

A.D. 1315. ^-5, A. ^-stti'D, B. •^•om., A. »>-»»Blaiik spaoe, A, B. 
c 1318, overhead, n. t. h., B. ♦'-^om., B. •••om., A. 

' Conchobur^ eic. — This item ^hould 
follow tho next. 

* Tíie líerenagh. — Namely, Mog 
Tighernain . 

^ Mac-in^maighihtir, — Son oj the 
niastcr. ' *■ This name is still extant 
in the 00. Cavan, but generallj 
anglicised Masteraon' (OD. iii. 

«J/ar Aedhaga[i}n,—'*T\M b»t 
learned in Ireland in the Br^OD 
Lawe, in Irifih oalled FenechoB*^ 
(Mageoghegan). See the Introdoo- 
tion (p. X.) to the Uthognphed edi- 
tion of the Lebar Breao (^tMsd 
Book [of the Mao Egans]). 

^ Great dearth. — Fmmeiiti magna 
caritaa : cranocuii ralebat 24i, 



lethan, was killed by Cathal, son of Domnall Ua Concobur [I3i7] 
on the border of Druim-cliabh and Domnall, son of Tadhg^ 
8on of Domnall [TJa Conchobair] of Irras and fourteen 
other persons were kílled there. — The Castle of the Hurdle- 
ford of the Weir was broken down.— Donnchadh Ua 
Briain, king of Munster, was slain. — Conchobur^ Mag 
Tigherna[i]n the Tawny, chief of Tellacb-Dunchadha, 
was slain in the defeat of Cell-mor and Mathgaraain Mag 
Tighema[i]n and the Red Gillie, son of the Here- 
nagh* and many more of his tribe and Nicholas Mac-in- 
maighistir^ and many of his sept [were slain]. — Thedefeat 
of Cell-mor [was inflicted] on the Gallowglass, son 
of Ruaidhri [Ua Ruairc] and on the Men of Breifni and 
on the Muinter-Peodacha[i]n, wherein fell a great 
nnmber of persons. — Mael-Isu Mac -Aedhaga[i]n® the Red 
died. — Raghnall Mag RaghnaiII was taken prisoner and 
QeofErey Mag RaghnaiII was made chieftain. — Great 
dearth^ in this year. 

£alends of Jan. on Ist feria, [26th of the moon], a.d. [1318] 
13l5i[-18]. Defeat^ [was inflicted] in EiU on the 
Foreigners by O'CerbhaiII, where Adam de Marisco and 
many other Foreigners were killed. — A great host was 
mustered by Maelruanaigh Mac Diarmata and these are 
[they who came] : to wit, Toirdelbach O'Concobuir, king 
of Connacht and Concobur O'Ceallaigh, king of Ui-Maine 
and Ual[gh]arc O'Ruairc, king of Breif ni and Tomaltach 
Mac Donnchaidh, lord of Tir-Oilella, to attack Cathal, son 
of Domnall [Ua Conchobair], to Fasadh-coille. And Cathal 
profEered large donatives to Mac Diarmata for the sake of 

aTenae 168, Tinum Bd. Universa 
enim reg^o devastata a Sootis et 
Ultoniis (Grace, ▲. d. 1 31 7). Fames 
irrationabilÍB prevaluit, adeo quod 
menBora tritioi de la CroDnock con- 
tinens 4 galonea Bolvebatur pro 
zziii. 8 (Dowling's Annals, 1317). 

[1318] i/j/5'.— The ferialnumber 
(1) proves that the true ^ear is 

^Defeatf eic, — Aocording to Clyn 
(1318), about two hundred of the 
force of Edmund Butler were slain 
by Donatus (Donough) O'CarroU. 


aMtialcc ulccDíi. 

Octif níii'saba'D ua^a, ^uí\'innfai§eT)tiíi na foc|iai'5eaba 
fin co^ laji a lonspuiiir 7 níf'cime 7 niíi''€ei6et "00 
Cacalim in r;oifc fin. Innfaigif* Caéal ofna ci^í 
amac 7 cumu]X5ic aji a ceile. OCct: en ní, Tncqfibtafi* 
ConcoBup Ceallai^, fi 0-TTlaine 7 bpian, mac 'Coitxii- 
-Delbaig [tl]i ConcoBuif, a^bup |ii§ Connacc 7 •ooine 
im^a aili, eceji liiapBa^ 7 leaccro. Cofial cecna 
'o'innfaip'5 Connacr 7 vo haufi^oB 'CoiffiDelbaÉ 
ConcoBuif. Ocuf vo §aB Caíal fi§e Connacc 7*00 foine 
cpeca mojia ap ÍTlac n-*OiajimaT;a — Beán, mac Dom- 
naill hlli MeilL, vo majiba'o le hCCe'5 n-T)omnaiLU— 
RicafD a CLajia vo mafba'5. — eDuBajiD a b|iiuif, feap 
miLLn 6f enn co^ coiccenn, ei:ef ^^aLLaiB 7 Shcn'5eLaií, 
•00 mafba-D Le 5«LLaiB Bpenn cjie nefc ca€ai5[6]i 05 
*0un-T)eaL5an. Ocuf vo mafbcrB 'n-a focai|i íriac 
Ruai'Dfi, fi Innfi-^aLL 7 TTlac T)omnaiLL, jti CCef[€]efi- 
^ai'BeL,^ maft aen fe háft na n-CCLbanac uime. Octif 

B680 ni 'Depna'5 | oéuf •oomain ^nim bu'b fefifi 'o'eifiinncaiB 
ina'n* piiííí fin.** Uaift rainic gofica 7 t)i€ T>aine 

A 680 fxe [a] Linn a n-6fiinn uiLe | co coir^cenn fie** hecrS q[ii m- 
bLia-^an co Leé** 7 t)0 lÍDif na Daine a ceiLe gan amufiuf 
afi ftic Cpenn. — Sefffiais hUa^ pefigaiL, Txiifec na 
hCCnlaiLe, quieuic in [Ch|iif^xx)]. — 8necTO moffi if^n 
bLicrSain fin.' — Seann Ope|i§aiLDomafibcr5D'aen uficuf^ 

A.D. 1315. '^u, A. *-5tif, A. '-cuti,A. ^go^B. ' OifW|i-garwl, B. 
8 0, A. ' no—or, B. » om., B. 

' T?iere was not feaTf eíc— Mean- 
ing that it was not through dread 
of his foes, bat to avoid bloodshed, 
the offer of Cathal had been made. 
Hence there ia no warrant for 
Mageoghegan's : '* which he seeing, 
having none other remedy, he tooke 
heart anew" 

* Xiiied, —In Derry, aooording to 
the A, L. C. 

^De Ciflre.— The battle (£or an 
account of whioh, see Hittoried 
Memoir of iht O'Briens by J. 
O'Donoghue, p. 126-7), w« leam 
from Clyn, was fought on the 
moming of Thtiriday, May 11. 
ThÍB ooncorrenoe denotes 1S18. 
The tezt ia thus three yeMi pn- 

^ Dm-DelgaH.^J}unáiJk. "ITie 


not coming against him on that expeditíon. And thcy [1318] 
were not accepted from him and those forces penetrated to 
the centre of his camp. And there was not f ear^ and there 
was not flight for Cathal respecting that expedition 
Cathal sallied from the houses forth and they engage with 
each other. But [for] one thing, Conchobhnr O'Ceallaigh, 
king of Ui-Maine and Brian, son of Toirdelbach Ua Con- 
chobhmr, one fit to be king of Connacht, were killed and 
many other persons [were lost] both by fciUing and by 
wounding. The eame Cathal invaded Connacht and 
Toirdelbach O'Concobhuir was deposed. And Cathal 
took the kingship of Connacht and made great foray8 
on Mac Diarmata. — John, son of Domnall Ua Neill, 
was killed* by Aedh O'DomnaiU. — Richard de Clare^ was 
killed. — Edward Bruce, the destroyer of Ireland in 
general, both Foreigners and Gaidhil, was kiUed by the 
Foreigners of Ireland by dint of fighting atDun-Delgan.^ 
And there were killed in his companv Mac Ruaidhri, king 
of Insi-Gall [Hebrides] and Mac DomnaiU, king of Airthir- 
G^dhil [Argyle], together with slaughter oí the Men of 
Scotland around him. And there was not done^ from the 
beginning of the world a deed that was better for the Men 
of Ireland than that deed. For there came dearth and 
loss of people duing his time in aU Ireland ín general for 
the space of three years and a half and people undoubtedly 
used to eat each other throughout Ireland. — Geoflrey 
O'Ferghail, chief® of the Anghaile, rested in Christ. — 
Qreat snow in that year. — John O'Ferghail was kiUed by 
one shot of an arrow [by his own son®]. 

battle was fonght near the hiU of 
Faiighard, within two miles of 
Dandalk, and the Datives still point 
oat the spot where he [Edward 
Bmoe] feU" (O'D.iii. 620). 

The date i8 accurately determined 
hj the criteria in Cljn : *< 1318 on 
the f east of bleaaed CaUxtas, Pope 

and Martyr [Oct. 14], on the mom- 
ing of Satordaj.*' 

^ There was not done^ etc. — ^For 
the oppoBite view, see Q'dberr, 
Vieeroy8y p. I4u sq. 

* Chief. — ^For bíx and thirty ^ears, 
aooording to the Á. L. C. 

^Btf — «on.—From the ^. X. C. 


ccMwala tiloDti. 


]Cal. lan. [n.' p.,l. tiii.*], CCnno T)oniini TTl.** ccc'* x. 
111.'* "[-ix."] 6nfii THac-in-Cfiofain, efptic Ra€a-boÉ, m 
Chíiifco'* qiHGUiT;.'* 'ComaiTf niac Cafimaic hUi ^OoninaiU, 
abb en^a-fiuai^, vo TO^a^'B] cum GrpticoiT)G íla€a-bo€. — 
efptic *Ooiiie in Chfiifuo quiGtiir. — Bfpuc Clocaiji in* 
Chfiifco quiGUiT;.'* — Gfpuc Cluana - pGpra - bpGnaínti 
quiGUii:*' in [Chfiifco'*]. — OCinG,' in^Gn ÍTIic T)iafimaTxt, 
bGn TTlic Con[8h]nama,quiGUicin [Chpifro*].— Tromalrac' 
TTlaGl-bfiGnainn 7 Bcmapcac TTlac bjianain, caifec 
Copco-CCclann, vo mapba'B a cgiIg.* — bana[i]n, efpuc 
Oippall, T)'g5.' — bpian, TTlac "Oomnaill h[U]i NgiIU'do 
mapbo^ le Cla[i]nn-CCG^a-bui'5G. 

[bif.] |(^qL lan. [in.'p., l. ocuin.*], CCnno T)omini TTl.**ccc."x.' 
uii.°**[-ocx.**] Coínne'' móp ecep Cacal Concobuip 7 
TT)aelpuanai§ TTlac ^Oiapmcrca : fi€ "00 'benum "0016 7 
cainic TTlac *Oiafimcrca Gfciji lap fin." peall th) 'Benuin 
T)o[*n] Ccrcal cecna** ap TTlac n-TDiafimcrca i^ TTlullac- 
•Oofiabfiuc 7 a jaBail ann 7 5P<nne, injen TTIic TTla^nufai 
a ben, vo jabail *pr\ lo cecna i^ popc Calcro-na-caipp. 
Ocuf T)0 Lomaipj;eT) in ripe uile. Ocuf' pof' vo saboí 
TTlael-lfU T)onn TTlac CCe-Da^a^iJn 7 a mac' 7* 'Comalcac 

A.D. 1316. ^ .X. wa8 omitted at fírst and pnt oTerhead afterwardB in 
paler ink, B. « 1319, overhead, n. t. h., B. <»^ quieuic in [ChTiifco], R 
•^om., B. ' lection of d-d, B. 

A.D. 1317. ^a,B. *a, A. •*Blank spaci), A; none left in R 
^ 1820, overhead, n. t. h. (The correction is made in thia plaoe, except 
at 1335, hy the same hand at each yoar down to 1373(=:1378), where the 
misdatingendfl.), B. c-oom., B. ^ Concohu\j\—0 Conchobuirf B. The 
words were necessar^ (in conseqnence of the omission of the previoiii 
entry) to identify Cathal. ''•*]xnp 7, B. «'Placed (with ocuf—md 
— prefixed) after 'Ciiie-hOilella, B. «om., B. 

[1319] '1J16 = 1319 of the 

Á. L, C. 

•-» Bishop ofDoire.—Bugh. O'Neill, 
1316-1319 fWare, Bishops, p. 289). 

s Clochar.—ThÍB ohit ÍB omitted 
in the A, L, C and Four Maaters, 

It may have ref erenoe to the snh- 
ject of the aeventh entrj of thii 

* Cluain'feria, — GhegorjO'Brogj, 
1308-1319 (Ware, ib., p. 639). 

^Echmarcach, — ^He died ot his 



Xalends of Jan. [on 2i3(l fería, 7th óf the moon], a.d. 
1316^[-19]. Henry Mac-ín-Crosain, bishop of Bath-both, 
rested in Cbrist. Thomas, son of Cormac Ua Domnaill, 
abbot of Ess-ruadh, was chosen to the bishopric of Rath- 
both. — The bishop of Doire^ rested in Christ. — The bishop 
of Clochar^ rested in Chríst — The biflhop of Cluain-ferta* 
of [St.] Brenann rested in Christ. — Aine, daughter of Mac 
Diarmata, wife of Mac Con[Sh]nama, rested in Christ. — 
Tomaltach O'Mael-Brenainn and Echraarcach^ Mac Bra- 
nain, chief of Corco-Achlaun, Idlled each other. — O'Ba- 
na[i]n,^ bishop of Oirghialla [Clogher], died. — Brian, son 
of Doronall Ua NeiU, was killed by the Clann-Aedha- 


Xalends of Jan. [on 3rd feria, 18th of the nooon,] a.d. [i320Bif.i 
1317i[-20]. A great meeting between Cathal O'Concho- 
buir and Maelruanaigh Mac Diarmata : peace was made 
between them and Mac Diarmata came into the country 
after that. Deception was [nevertheless] practised by the 
same Cathal on Mac Diarmata in Mullach-Dorabruch and 
he was taken prisoner there and Graine,^ daughter of Mac 
Maghnusa, his wife, was taken prisoner on the same day 
atthe landing-place of the Ferry of the Rock. And the 
country was laid bare compIetely. And moreover Mael- 
Isu Mac Aedhaga[i]n the Brown and his son and Tomal- 

woundB within three d a y s 
{A. L. C). 

• 0'£ana[t]n. — His Christian 
name, aooording to Ware, was 
G^elaaiafl. If so, he may have been 
the GelaBÍus, elect of Glogher, 
whom the primate, Holand de 
JonCf was charged -with having 
confírmcd and oonsecrated, whilst 
Boland lav under sentence of ex- 
oommanication (Theiner, p. 223). 

' Clann'Aedha'butdhe. — Clan of 
Hugh [0*Neill] the Tawni/, angli- 
cÍBed Clannaboj. 

[1320] 1 /j/7 = 1320 of the 

^ Graine, — *'And also took 
Graine . . . whom he found 8tay- 
ing for a boat, to pass over into the 
Island of Carrick Logha Ke [Rock 
of Lough Ce],'* Mageoghegan. 


ccMWCcla tiLaroti. 

TTlac T)onncai'5, ngepna TJitxe-hOiLella 7 puafioDuii 
rnoivan*' •o'ulc. — Vnofi, injen Ui boigill,' ben h[tl]i 
Pepsail, Vec.* — Tílacsafhain, Txmtifci bpiain, qaieoic 
in [Chfiifco].' 

]Cal. lan. [u.' p.,L. xx.ix.',] CCnno 'Ooniini TH.' ccc* 
at* um.***' [-XX.** 1.**] 5í^^^®» líigen TTlic^ TTlagnura, bonfiisaíi* 
TTlui§i-Luitx5,''ben TTlaeLfiuanailTTlic T)iaiimaOT,'D'e5 — 
Ruarbiii, mac T)onncaía, pi Connacr:, vo mapba'O le 
CaíaL, mac OCe^a* hUi Concobui|i.— Capiiacc* Loca-Cé 
•00 Leaga'B Le Cof aL Concobui|\.' — TTla^nup hOCnLuai'n 
T>o •feaUa* la TlíaLL n-OCnLuain. — MiaLL hCCnLuain» 
A«S*i |>i Oipp'fep, vo ma|iba5 th) JhaLLaiB T^uin-^OeaLgan í 
meCcnL — TT)cn"Dnr moji 7)0 cabaijiT; vo OCn'Ofiifi TTlac 
pheopcnf 7 t>o gaLlaiB na TTli'oe ap macaiB |ii§ 0- 
Poil^/ — boTíié mop ap*" pixf Cjienn* uiLe co coitóenn.* 

B esd ]Cat lon. [ui.'p.,L x.,'] OCnno 'Oomini TTl** ccc.** ac* ix'* 
[-XX.* 11.*] Cojoo mófi et^ji pí Saxan 7 a laiiLate— 
lllofa O htrofai§, e]^uc OCpT)-aca'D, quieuic in [Chpirco]. 
— lllujxCxro O jíeplail, faifec na hCCn^aiLe, vo majibaB 
le Seoan pei\§aiL le mac a T^ejibpafaji. TTluij\cejtcac* 
hUa Veji^aiL t>o maj^ba-o le [a] bjiafaiji pein pof 'fin lo 
cema. — ^Tk)nnaT6, mac Tk)nnca^a TTlic T)iajimara, 
quieuiT: in [Chjiijxo].* — S^LLibejii: CeaLLai§, jii 0- 
TTlaine, T>e5 (\^ Mo[i]n OCuguijx*)- — Cnjii TTlac giLLi- 

A.D. 1317. ' bw— , R *-j;, A. »» mo|\, mueh (adjectíve uaed as sab- 
Btantíve}, B. 

A.D. 1318. 1 nies. ^ * ^^«^. ^ **^^ n>l«ak space], A, B. » 1321, 
B. «^om., B. «*-* 1 n-CT\mn tn blxrócnn r» — «» Ireland thit year, B. 

A.D. 1319. ►•bl., A, R * 132*. B. *< ona.. B. "r. m., t h., B ; om-, A. 

^ Jíatk(famui»m. — Son of DomDalU 
and grandson of the Domrall 
0*Bhen who «iied 1194. M/^rj. 

« Retted im CXrwí.— The -4. Z. C. 
«tate he was alain bj the CUn- 
Cuilen (Mao Xaman»). 

[13211 */J/5=132l of the 

' tíraime. — Mentíoned in the last 
entrj bat two of the preoedÍDg 

^The Boei,—Bee 1187, note 1 

« CathaL^SoBL of DomnaU. He 
tlain in [1324], in/ra. 



tach Mac Donncliaidh, lord of Tir-Oilella, were captured [1320] 
and received tnuch injury. — Mor, daughter of TJa Baighill, 
wife of Ua Fergail, died.— Mathgamain^ O'Brlain, tanist 
of the O'Briains, rested in Christ.* 

Ealends of Jan. [on 5th feria, 29th of the raoon], a.d. [1321] 
1318^[-21]. Graine,^ daughter of Mac Maghnusa, queen 
of Magh-Luirg, wife of Maelruanaigh Mac Diarmata, died- 
— Ruaidhri, son of Donnchadh [Ua Conchobair], king of 
Connacht, was killed by Cathal, son of Aedh Ua Concobuir. 
— The Rock3 of Loch-Ce was razed by Cathal* O'Con- 
chobuir. — Maghnus O'hAnluain was blinded^ by Niall 
O'hAnluain. — Niall O'hAnluain, king of the Oirrthir, was 
killed by the Foreigners of Dun-Delgan in treachery. 
— ^A great defeat^ was given by Andrew Mac Feorais 
[Birmingham] and by the Foreigners of Meath to the sons 
of the king8 of Ui-Failghi — Great cow destruction 
throughout all Ireland in general. 

fialends of Jan. [on 6th feria, lOth of the moon], a.d. [1322] 
1319^[-22]. Great war^ between the king of the Saxons 
and his Earls. — Matthew O'hEothaigh, bishop of Ard- 
achadh, rested in Christ. — Murchadh OTerghail, chief of 
the Anghaile, was killed by John O'Ferghail, [namely] 
by the son of his brother. Muircertach O'FerghaiI was 
killed by his own brother Iikewise on the same day. — 
Donnchadh, son of Donnchadh Mac Diarmata, rested in 
Christ. — Gttlbert O'CealIaigh, king of Ui-Maine, died on 
the None [5th] of August. — Henry Mac GiIIe-Finnein, 

^Blinded, — On the Wednefidaj ín 
Holy Week (4. X. C). 

• Great Defeat, — Circa festum 
Fhilippi et Jacobi [Ma. 1] oocidun- 
tnr de O'Ronchonrs ciroa 300 in 
Gonfinio Midie et Lagenie per 
Andream de Brimegham (Clyn, 
▲.D. 1321). 

[1322] i/j7p=1322 of the 
A, L, C. 

' Great war. — ^This belongs to 
1322, when Edward IL cmshed the 
barons by the capture and decapi- 
tation of Lancaster. Cljn BayB the 
Earl was boheaded on Monday 
[March 22], the morrow [of the 


ccNNalcc uLaroh. 

phmnein, caipec TTluínnceíii-peoDa£a[i]n, vo majiba'o 
x)o clainn CCmlaim mej; Ui'oip.— bajiun' THac peoiiair 
■0*65.*' — Uilliam Liac, mac Uilliam móifi, vó^ eca^ 

ICaL lan. un. p., [L*acx.i.'], OCnno T)omini m.** ccc.'^xx.*'' 
[-111.''] Caippjii TTlael[-8h]eclainni occifUf etT — 
Seoinin" pepT^ail -00 mapba^ vo clainn 8heoain [U]i 
Pefi^aiL — heogpa vo mupbaB -00 hUa Connmaca[i]n 
in bliobain fin.° 

Lbif.] ]caL lan. 1. p., [L' 11.'], ffnno 'Oomini TTl.*' ccc^ xx.' i.'* 
[-1111.'*] UiLliam bufic, mac UiLLiam món^, mofiuuuf e\z, 
— 1n boftií cerna a|i pur; 6penn, iT)on,* TTlaeL'Domnai^.^*— 
CaíaL, mac T)omnaiLL, mic 'Cai'Bs, mic biiiain, mic 
CCnnfiiaf, mic bpiain tui^nic, mic Tr'0iíifi'5eLbai§ iftoip, 
iT)on, fii Connacr, aen •ouine if' beota 7 bu'5* mó aiéiuf 
7 nuíicufi "00 bi i^ n-aen aimfip fif, W maiibab le 
'Coifp'oeLbac Concobuift 7 Le ConnacroiB aficena 7 
TTlaeL-8ecLainn, mac 'Coiff'5eLbai§ hUi "OomnaiLL 7 
^iLLa-Cfifc 05 THac T)onncai'5 •oo* mapba'5 ann* 7 T)aiTie 
ímT)a aiLi.* Coif f^eLbaC (mac** CCe-^a, mic eogain*') hUo* 
Concobuif , T)0 ^abaiL f igi Connacx;. — TlagnaLL* Ó5 TTIas 
RagnaiLL T;aifec TTluinncefti-hCoLaif, vo mafba'5.* 

A.D. 1319. ^-i-o'es, A. «^ om., B. 

A.D. 1320. iTTlaeil/— , B. •■•bl., A, B. ^1823, B. *>«oiii., B. 

A.D. 1321. iTTlol-, A. ^a, B. » íí., B ; eile, A. *hUi (gen.), A; 
O, B. •-•bl., B ; none left in A. ^ 1324, B. «^ r. m., t. h., A ; itL, t. h., B. 
<* om., A. • pa— (íAaí) tcflí, B. ' a— Aíí, B. «-«om., A. ^>»itl., th., A; 
om., B. *•' om. , B. 

feaat] of St. Benedict, 1321-2. 
For the othero hanged and drawn, 
see ib. 

^Sons By his brothers, Loch- 

lainn and Bobert, according to the 
^. jLí. c 

*UUd. — In the beginning of 
Autumn (Clyn). 

[1323] »/j^o=1323 of tlie 

^ Caif'pri.—Kmg of Meath ; slain 

treacheroaBly by 0*AIiilloy (chief 
of Fir-cell, Ring^s co.), FowrMa$t. 

^Ua Conninaea\iyí, — *'Thenamei« 
Btíll extant in the distriot of Ba]ly- 
croy, co. Mayo, and is now gcne- 
rally angliciaed Conway" (O'D. 
iii. 528-9). 

[1324] i/j^/=1324 of th6 

- IViHiam^ ete. — A repetition of 
the fínal obit of [1332], ii^. 



chief of Miimter-Peodacha[i]n, was killed by the sons^ of [1322] 
Amlam Mag Uidhir. — The Baron [Richard] Mac Feorais 
[Birmingham] died.* — William [de Burgh] the Grev, son 
of William Mor, died. 

Xalends of Jan. [on 7th feria, 2l8t of the moon], a.d. [1323] 
1320i[-3]. Cairpri^ 0'Mael[-Sh]eclainn was slain.— 
Jenkin O'Fergail was killed by the sons of John OTergail. 
— O'hEaghra was killed by Ua Connmaca[i]n* in that 

Ealends of Jan. on Ist fería [^nd of the moon], a.d. [1324Bis.] 
1321i[-4]. WiUiam» de Burgh, son of WiUiam Mor, 
died. — The same* cow-destruction (nan^Bl^, the Mael- 
domnaigh^) [prevailed] throughout Ireland. — Cathal, son 
of Domnall, son of Tadhg, son of Brian, son of Andrew, 
80n of Brian of Luighni, son of Toirdhelbach Mor [Ua 
Conchobair], king of Connacht,^ the person the most active 
and of most goodness and success that was in the same 
time with him, was fcilled by Toirdhelbach O'Conchobuir 
and by the Connachtmen likewÍ8e. And Mael-Sechlaiiln, 
son of Toirdhelbach Ua DomnaiU and GiUa-Crist Mac 
Donnchaidh junior and many other persons were killed 
there. Toirdhelbach (son of Aedh, son of Eogan) Ua 
Concobuir took the kingship of Connacht. — RaghnaU® 
Mag BaghnaiU junior, chief of Muinter-Eolais, was 

CI711 states he died on Septuage- 
tnma [Sondaj, Feb. 11], 1323-4: 
he trne date, judg^ng from the 
preoúion of the dinmal notation. 

* Sam«.— Mentioned in the last 
entrjof [1321], supra, 

* Mael-domnaigh, — ^The meaning 
oí tbÍ8 word in conneotion ¥rith a 
mnrrain is nnknown to me. (The 
literal sense is devotee ofSundat/.) 

Item, hoo anno, Bcilioet 1324, 
foit pestis gravis bonm et vacoanim 
Ín multlfl locÍB Hibemie (Clyn). 

Fuit pestis oommunÍB Taocarum 
et etiam aliorum animalium, quae 
dicebatur in Hibemia Maldúw- 
[naigh?] (Annal, Rossen,, a.d. 

It may accordinglj be conduded 
that there is a prolepsis of three 
jeaxa in the textual date. 

* K%ng of Conn/iíJAí.— Since [1818], 

^Raghnallf e^c.—Omitted in Íhe 
A, L. C ; given ín the Fonr 


ccMwoia tilaroTi. 

A69a ]cal1an. (ni.'F, t x.iii.'), CCnno "Oomini ÍTl.' ccc.'^xx.' 
11."** [-u.^ T)oninall, mac bfiiain hUi Neill, fií TJifie- 
hBogain, quieuic in [ChpifTo]. — ^^^^^"Cí^^r^ cleijiec 
mac T)iaíiniaT;a v'e^ — T)iatxmaic O T11ail-bp«nain'o, 
TOif eC CLainne-Concobuifi, quieuic in [Chfiifco].* — Cu- 
llLa'5, mac T)onfinailU mic bpiain h[ll]i WeilU'oefeaDbuti 
aiiix)iii§ 6|ienn,'Do niapba'5 le macaiB Weill, mic bjiiain. 
T)eiib|xacaitx fein a aca|i f un. — 1n boDic ce^na i^ n-e|xinn 
afiif.** — bfiian'' 5ci'5txa quieuic in [Chfiifco].'' 

B69a ]caL lan. [iin. p.*, L. xx.iiii.,*] OCnnoT)omini ííl.^ccc.* 
acx.° 111.**^ [-ui-T HiroafT) a bupc, lapLa Uiccf) (axf c- 
lafiLa íiuob"), cjen tuxgu^ 5^LL 7 ^ai'BeL eiienn. De^. — 
Cosa'S* mofi ere|i |xi** 8axan 7 fii Pfianc** — ^LuítiinT; 
taccna[i]n, efpuc OiL-pnn, quieuix; in [Chfiifco]. 
TTlaisifceii* 8eoan pnacTXi vo TO§a['5] cum na hefpu- 
coiT)e cecna.* 

]CaL. lan. [u.* p., L u.,*] CCnno 73omini TTl.* ccc' xxJ" 
1111.* ^[-uii."] Coja'B^ mop ecef f 1 8axan 7 a ben pein, ingen 
V-'^t^ Pf aingc 7 f 1 Saaxin D'aqii^ab Le 7 a mac pein -00 
gaUaiL a n-a§ai'5 a aéap cpe popgaLL a mocap, iT)on, na 
pi§na 7 copoin pi§ vo cabaipc vou mac cecna rpe 

A.D. 1322. 1(1, A, -«bl., A, B. ^ 1325, B. '^om., B. ^ 5eof— tfi/A a 
A.D. 1323. 1 1^050, B. «Ca— , A. •^•bl., A, B. »>1326, a ••«Lm., 
t b., B ; om., A. '*-^|ii Pixang 7 fii 8axan, B. •■•om., B. 
A.D. 1324. 1 Ca— , A. * ]\i, B. » O, A. «^bL, A, B. » 1327, B. 

[1325] ^/j^^=132ó of tbe 
jL, Li% C. 

^Risttá in ChrUt, ^At Lough 
Laeghaire (bar. of Clogber, co. 
T^Tone), acoording to the Four 

' Oní — arch'lcÍHg, — Literallj, íx- 
celleHt mcUerial o/an arch-king. 

^ Thn sams. — Mentioned in the 
second eutrj of the previous year. 

[1326] »/j^^=:1326 of the 

A» Jé9 C/. 

'De i9uryA.— Aoooiding to tht 
eulog^istio obit in ClTn, he died on 
the Tneedaj [Jnly 29] before St 
Peter ad Vincula [Ang. l\, 1326. 
ThÍ8 is oonfirmed bj the date, Ang. 
5, «. r. £d. n. 20, of the wnte 
issued respecting the goods tnd 
chattelB of the deoeMed EazL (/i. 
note, p. 102-3.) The teztaal dalt 
i8 thuB three jean too e«rlj. 

s /r«r. —DecUzed bjEdwaidlL 
against Charles le Bel oo 


Xalends of Jan. [on 3rd feria, 13th of the moon], a.d. [1326] 
1322i[-5]. Domnall, son of Brian Ua Neill, king of Tir- 
Eogaiu, rested in Christ.* — GKlla-Crist Mac Diarmata, 
the Cleric, died. — Diarmait O'Mael-Brenainn, chief of 
Clann-Concobuir, rested in Christ. — Cu-TJladh, son of 
Domnall, son of Brian Ua NeiU, one fuU worthj to be 
arch-king^ of Ireland, was killed by the sons of Niall, son 
of Brian. That [man, Cu-Uladh, was] the brother of 
their father. — The same^ cow-destruction [prevailed] in 
Ireland again. — Brian O'Qadhra rested in Christ. 

Ealends of Jan. [on 4th feria, 24th of the moon], a.d. [1326] 
1323i[-6]. Richard de Burgh,^ Earl of Ulster (the Eed 
Earl), unique choice of the Foreigners and Gaidhil of 
of Ireland, died. — Great war^ between the king of the 
Saxons and the king of the French. — Lawrence O'Lacht- 
na[i]n,* bishop of Oil-finn, rested in Christ. Master John 
O'Finachta wa& chosen to the same bishopric. 

Kalends of Jan. [on 5th feria, 5th of the moon], a.d. [1327] 
1324^[-7]. Great war* between the king of the Saxons 
and his own wife,^ the daughter of the king of the French 
and the king of the Saxons was deposed by her and her 
own son was accepted against his father through sugges- 
tion of his mother, namely, of the queen and the royal 
crown was given* to the same son through advice^ of the 

of the invasion oí Guienne and de- i archbiflhop or bishop he should 

tention of hÍB queen and of the heir 

* (yZíiehtna[i]n, — On the transla- 
tionof Halachj to Toam ([1312], 
oote 2, tuprd), the Dean and 
Chapter of Elphin poBtnlated 
Lawrence, priest and canon. He 
was appointed bishop by Clement 
V., (Avignon) Jan. 21, 1313. On 
Feb. 18, he was empowered to con- 
tract a loan of 1,000 gold florins 
and leceÍTO conseoration from an^ 

ohoose, assÍBted by two or more 
bishops. (Theiner, p. 187.) 

[1327] ^IJ24=: 1327 of the 
A, L. C. 

2 Grtat war. —ThQ »* war " (the 
iuvaBÍon of the queen and the flight 
and capture of Edward) took place 
in 1326. It is mentioned to render 
what f oIlowB intelligible. 

' IVife. — Isabella, danghter of 
FhiUp le Bel. 

* Wa» ffiven.—To Edward III. 



ccMMata uutdTi. 

inoiiCTia erc. — piaicbB]ir«c THas Uiíii]i. pi pep-TTI' 
mopruuc evc. — mml[-Sh]eílainn liUa* pLannasa[ilii' 
caifec r;uaiíi-paca, t)o mapba'D Le n-a bjuncpiB jrein.— 
enuBap'o, pí Sojian, ap m-buain a pi^e -oe, mopcuuf efc. 
— T^n)ni jaLaip bpic ap puc Gpenn uiLe. — pepsaL, Tnac 
UaL[5]aip5 liUi ftuaipc, Tj'ej." — CuiLen hUa "Oimaraij 
■D'eg.'' — SaíV msen Tllic CCeíiaBaíiJn, ■n'eg," 

iW'i }caL lan- [ui.' p, L. a;.ui.'], CCnno "Oomiri m." ccc' xs.' 
u.°"'[-uiii.''] TllaeL-86clainn Rai5iltaiS. pi Tnuinncepi- 
TnaiLmop'5a, Tio jabail 7 110 loc tio 5'i"'-1^'5 ^'^ Tíli'6e. 
Ocup a ■puarLucu'&' ap bpai^oiB 7 a eg 'n-a C15 ^m n'a 

A 69ii ^onaiB. — bpion, I mac 'Comalcaig Iflic *Oonncai'5, w 
mapba'6 tio bpian, mac 'Cai'bs. — "Coipnoí 7 cemncec 
anBaiL ipn bLiQ-oain pn. pp'miLLe-oup copat' 7 apbannu 
epenn.copaba-Dup pnna pap- — 'Cenim''EaLaip coiccinn ap 
■puc epenn inLe.pip n-abaipcea 8 L a e -0 a n, pe hefi cpi lú 
no cecaip ap Eac nec, stip'ba c«nai|'ci baipé. — 5'^^<'"'i°" 
nain^eL O T^ai£Li|, aipcinnec "Oam-mnpi, mopcuup eyc.' 
— Imap rílas TlasnaiLL, cairec Tnainncipe-heoLa[i]r- 
occipup epc. — Sap heoan mac pheopoip, lapLa Lu^bai'ói 
in c-aen '^aXX po bo beoía 7 iwb' V^PT^ einec' /' 
■Do bi 1 n-epinn, -oo inapbufi ap' n--Denum peiLLaj 

A.D. 1324. ' Thtorder in B ia : enubniiT)— VLaitberwxic— tDoei! 
— Sol""l*"*- ■' moitcuu)- ep^, B. "oni., B. 

A.D. 1325. '-su*, A- '-MÍ. A. —bL, -4, B. * 1328, I!. 
(pL íFf the word in A), B. '^oai.,B. "wn muini»cini»m afaU^-bfiié 
oam people i» IreacherT/, B. 
He WS8 crowned. aG0OtdiuK ta Olja, ' 
oa Sunda; [Feb. 1], tbe vigil of 
ihe Purification [Fob. 2], 1326(= 
1327. Tbs Doroinicul Lelter wns 
changcd in Clyn'8 AnnaÍB oii Jan. 
1 ; Iha Á.D. Tuitiitiou on Ihcensuiag 
MBTcb Í5). 

'Adrice — ThÍB ftnd the colourloBB 
oliit of l'dward II. (iV™) would 
seem to show thut tha oompUer 
vM in fiTODT of Iwbella. 


' eormíflif*.— Married {A. L C 
snd Msgeoghe^) lint to Huiiu 
O'Coaor. taniít of Oanium([hl ; 
tieit to 0'Kelly of Hr-Uuj. 
thlnjjj, to O'nm (of L«yny, M. 

' BUd. — Acoording to Cljn ['•ho 
eraploj» tho cniílotding eiú'i), nn 
the fcaat of S3. Eum&ohiaf vá 
CDmpaiuaiu [Sopt. -20] next (o 
ing hi* depoftitiDii. Tl 


Saxona. — Gormlaitli,'' daughter of Mac Diannataj died. — [i 
Flaithbertach Mag Uidhir, kiiig of Fir-Manach, died, — 
Mael[-Sli]echlainii Ua Flaimaga[i]D, chief of Tuath-ratha, 
waa killed by hia own ^insnieQ. — Edward [II.], king oí 
the Saxons. aft-er hia Itíngship waa taken from him, died.' 
— A plague of Hmall-pox^ [prevailed] throughout all 
Ireland. — Fergal, eon of TTaI[gh]arg Ua Ruairc, died. — 
Onilen Ua DimaBoigh died. — Sadhbh, daughter of Mac 
Aedhaga[i]D, died. 

Ealenda of Jan. [on 6th feria, 16th of the moon], a.d. [i328Bi<i.] 
1325i[-8]. Mael-Sechlainn O'RaighiUaigh, king of 
Mninter-Mailmordba, waa taken prisoner and injured 
by the Foreignera of Mcath. j\nd ho waa liberated for 
hostages and died in his own house of his woundíi. — Brian> 
aon of Tomaltach Mac Donnchaidh, was kílled by Brian, 
aoc ofTadhg [MacDonnchaidh]. — Ezcessive thunderand 
lightning in that year, eo that they injured the fruit and 
CTops of Ireland, until^ they wero quite withered. — A 
plague of general diaeasa throughout all Ireland, which 
was called a C o I d : ^ for the apace of three days or four 
[it continued] on each perBOn, so that he was nigh unto 
deatb. — Gilla-na-naingel O'Taichligh, bcrenagh of Daim- 
inia, died. — Imar Mag Ragbnaill, cbief of Mainter- 
Eolu [ijs.waa alain. — SÍr John Mac Feorais [Birmingham*], 
Earl of Lugbbaidb, tbe one Gaidhel the [most] apirited 
and best of geDeroBÍty and prowess that was in Ireland, 

WM riolent become hoown in Ira- 
land at tlie time. Tfae Annala of 
doniiisanuÍBe CUogeoghegaDjBtate 
" he «aa presBed to deatli bj prew- 
ing a gceat table on lua bellj' . . 
with maDj' otliar tortureB." 

" Small-pox. — LiteraUj, spenhled 
dÍBiaie ("pied poi, or little poi," 
Uagcogliegan). " Ttiraaghont the 
of Oonnanght, gaLa|^ 

biieac raeBnB the Bmnll-pox; hut 
in the south of Ireluid, where 
t>ol<;ac is iiBGd to deDDt« the Bmsll- 
poi, saLap. bpeac ifl nsBd to denote 
ihB Bpotted íeTar " (O'D. iii. 537). 

[1328]'vjíJ=1328oíthe.4.L. C. 

' Untit, e/c— Uterallj, uuííí íhcj 
irere leliUe [aad] fmpty. 

' Coíd.— Namelj, the Infiuenia. 

* Birmimghani.—Slain, aeoording 

444 cctíwata: tiuxroti. 

mtiinnatv pein aifi.* íTloiian' vo ^cctlaiB 7 vo 5ai'5elaiB 
mai€i[B]' vo mapba^ pof** a\í in laéaiji cei^na In' Caec 
ÍHac Cefvbaill, iT)on,* Í11ael|iuanai5,* aen luxga cimpanac 
epenn 7 CClban 7 in T)oniain uile 7** ni 'oefibíafia leiceiT) 
T>o te&z Tiiaííi €uf T)oniain pifin elcr5ain fin,* o* mapbafc 
pein** 7 T)epbf crcai|i maié eile t^o^* ap in Urcaifi coCTa^— 
ííluifif 5^beala[i]n, apT^mcn^fuif Bpenn a n-T)lip4 
nua 7 a f ein t)Ii51'5, a Canoin 7 a iex, f ellfam pefa* / 
eolaif ,* f ai** n-T)ana 7 n-ogmof acca 7 eUrBan imT)a cnle,* 
CananaC cofcrb 1 'Cuaim-T)a-§ualann 7 1 n-Oil-pinn 7 1 
n-CC£cr5-Conaife 7 1 Cill-ala'5 7 1 n-eana£-DUin 7 1 
669 b Cluain-f efTO ; OiffiT)fel 7 | b|ieiíiT¥i coicfienn m 
haifT)efpucoiT)e, quieuic in [Chf ifco]. — ^TSomaf íílel- 
tai^» efpuc eanai6-T)uin,moiiTniuf efci Cuijfw; in'phapa 
— 'Ccrbg, mac TJoif pT)elbai§ hUi Concobuip, occif uf efc 
laTDiapmaic n-^crSpa 1 meUail — CoinT)e* mop ecep 
baicep a bupc 7 ^^Uibepc íHac ^oifDelB •oo'n thiiwi 
lei€ 7 ÍHaelpuanail íTlac T)iapmaca7 'ComalTXic, a mac 
7 ComalTOC íHac T)onn£ai5 7 íTluinncep-íTlailpuanail 
opcena T)o'n le€ eile,faCCé-cinn-Loca-'Cei£eT).— I>peifwn 
mcroma ap íHac llilliam T)*ap mapbct* bpian, mac Ccn% 
le [a] bpcrcaip fein a n-T)i§ail bpiain, mic 'Comalroi^ 
Tllic *Oonncai5,T)o mapB in pep cecna. — TT)opfluaise5le 
hlapla llLa5 7 le Coipp5elbac Concobuip, pi Connocc 
7 le ITluipcepcac m-bixicnn, pi TT)uman, 1 n-a§aii 
Opiain [U}\ bixíain. TTlaiT)m le bpicm O m-bpiain, xm 

»cm. A. *Octif-Hmá#— ppefixed, B. * cnlib— «/A^— «dded. B. *m 
B. ^'^ 1. m., t h.. B. i X» (the Terbál particleX B. ^ Oc«|* wfibfiotan^ 
mcn^ cnle tK> ma]\bQrD i n<a fx)ccn|\ — oii^ amúthgr poodir^thÉr m* tíU 
aiomf witk AiM — idded, B. (The rettding-is m seribttl ahflra&OB of dM A 
teixt«) * ocwf innclecTa— «Jwí •/ ÍMUÍíi^fmtt — mdded, B. 

to CI711, cm the Tigil o( Pentecost Tiro ot 
aad ol St. Bani»bais the Apostle, 
lli9« The«e crítenm arMcenrste : 
Emstw (XI3L AX Apnl:»S : Pentc- 
4NMt,J«Mll(lwlofSLBuBabfts\ ■ C^mOrEjTwfíL 



^as Idlled by his own people practísing treacliery upon 
him. Manj of the foreigners and of the Gaidhil were 
Inlled in the same place likewise. The Blind^ Mac Cer- 
bail, namely, Maelruanaigh, the most choice timpanist® of 
Ireland and of Scotland and of the whole world — and it 
is not verified that an equal to him in thafart ever came 
from the beginning of the world — was killed, and another 
good brother of his [was killed] on the same spot. — 
Maurice O'GibiUain, arch-maater of Ireland in new juris- 
prudence and in old jurisprudence, [i.e.] in the Canon and in 
the Civil Law, one eminent in wisdom and knowledge, 
profepsor of poetry and Ogmíc and raany other arts, canon 
chorister in Tuaim-da-ghualann and in Oil-finn and in 
Achad-Conaire and in Cell-aladh and in Enach-duin and 
in Cluian-ferta ; Official and general judge of the arch- 
bishopric, rested in Christ. — ^Thomas O'Mellaigh, bishop 
of Enach-duin, died in the court of the Pope. — Tadhg, 
Bon of Toirdelbach Ua Concobuir, was slain by Diarmait 
O'Gadhra in treachery. — ^A great meeting between Walter 
de Burgh and Gilbert Mac Goisdelbh of the one side and 
Maelruanaigh Mac Diarmata and Tomaltach, his son and 
Tomaltach Mac Donnchaidh and the Muinter-Mail- 
roanaigh besides of the other side, near the Ford of the 
Head of Loch-Teiched,— Defeat was inflicted on Mac 
WiUiam, wherein was killed Brian, son of Tadhg [Mac 
Donnchaidh] by his own kinsman, in revenge of Brian, 
Bon of Tomaltach Mac Donnchaidh, whom the same man^ 
killed. — ^A great hosting by the Earl of TJlster and by 
Toirdhelbach O'Concobuir, king of Connacht and by 
Muircertach O'Briain, king of Munster, against Brian Ua 


neo habebat ocnlos reotos, sed 
obliqne respioiens (GlTn, 1329). 

• Most choice timpaniat, — Lite- 
rallj, %miq[ue choiee of the timpanist. 
Thns amplified by Gljn {ih.) : £t 
Bi non foerat artia mnaioe oordalis 

primos inventor, omninm tamen 
predeoeflsornm et preoedentium 
ipsum et oontemporaneommoorreo- 
tor, dootor et direotor extitit. 

^ Sami man, — ^That is, Brian, son 
of Tadbg. 

miucffjt uUrott. 

inap'iiiapbtro Coticobup bfiiaiti, Tiesa'&bii 
ap ■óeilB 7 a\i ci-finiical, maiUe pe ceitpi ■piccií, ewfi 
maic 7 Taic."— CCme. insen* phep§ail | hUi Vlai^iUiS. 
ben Tomalcaig TTlic'Oiapmaca. iropcuaerc- — ^Donncafi' 
Satt, mac "OomnaiU'" IiUi Concobtiip, do mafibfffi la 
liCCeo, mac rai^g, mic mosniii'a.'' 

}CaL lan. [i.° p., L 3XUn"'],CCnno "Oomini TTl,' ccc." n.' 
m."'' [-ix."] CacaL mac "OomnaiLl hUi Tluaipc, cenncr6- 
bup pi^ bpeipne, mac' pi§ ip nopmuipe 7 ip gnimaici uo 
bi 7)0 OpeipnecaiB,'' 7)0 mapbofi -oo T^áilm^ t peU 7 
■oame aiLi.' — TTluipcepcac, mac *OomnaiU, mic T.a%i^ 
hlli Concobiiip, insepna Caipppi 7 Calpai§i, macarii iiíi 
niac pis. mopcuup epc. — "Oabus' tionn TTlac lliUirtm. 
pi-Dipe mopconais, quieuic in [Chpipco]. — CogffD ecep 
■CoippTieLbac hUa Concobuip 7 ITIuinncip-TTlaiLpnanaip. 
— CacaL, mac CCe'fiu, mic Go^ain, -00 'oicup ap eijin a]iia 
peíoiB 7 a Trip-TTIaine cpe popgoLL baicep a bupc qi 
Clainn-CeaLLaife. — "CoTt^, mac roippTieLbais TTlic TTIac- 
Eomna [mopcuup epc]- — CCu^upcin, ab tepa-jaCaiL pop 
loc-6ipni, mopcuup e]"c ppniie jCaLenTiap tíouembpip.' 

jcal. lan. [ii' p-.' L ix"], CCnno "Oomini TTI.° ccc'xt' 
uii."'' [-laxc"] Tnagnup, mac CCe-Ba bpeipníg bUi Conío- 
buip, "Do mapbaí leipin''CacaLcecnapin" ^''Simon TIToc- 
an-paiL5i'6 Tio mapbfffi ann pop, ap in Lacaip ceci 

A.D. 1325. '-ean. B. "Tliapniaca WM wrltUa liftw ni«v| 

deleled by doU placrd undemeiilli, A. 
A.D. 132B. '11., B; eile, A. •■• bl,, A, B. •" 1329, 
A.D. 1337. "bl., A. B. "USO, B. '^ la CaCal, moc Orio» 

&(^in— ij Calhal, lon o/Aedk, taa of Eoijitn, B. Thia wu 

eonMqQencN: of tlie omúiiioii ai tbo Cathal entrf (tlie laiit bul tWD} oll 

ptevioo» j'ew. ''■^om., B. 

• Drfrst, tic — Eodem anno { 1 329), 
14 KiiL Aujf.. Brejn 0'Ercyn apnd 
Urlef IThurles], interfedt de eier- 
dta Willelnu de Burgo, Comitis 
tlltonie, WBlteruin. fiUnm Hilluii 
de Borgo, £oiikur O'BrcfH [fra- 

tn-m UaircertaobíJiNÍ 
Neiosre, c 
Totmonia (.Clfa). 

[I32B) ^ijs6=\m 
A. L. C. 




Briaín [the Fair]. Defeat? [was inflicted upon them] by [1328] 
Brian O'Briain, wherein was killed Concobur O'Briain, 
well worthy to be king of Ireland f or figure and bestowal, 
together with four score, both noble and base. — ^Aine, 
daughter of Ferghal Ua Raighillaigh, wife of Tomaltach 
Mac Diarmata, died. — ^Donnchadh the Foreigner, son of 
Domnall IJa Concobuir, was killed by Aedh, son of Tadhg, 
son of Maghnus [IJa Conchobair]. 

Kalends of Jan. [on Ist feria, 27th of the moon], a.d. [1329] 
1326^[-9]. Cathal, son of Domnall Ua Ruairc, excellent 
luaterial of a king of Breifni, the soq of a king the best 
disposed and most accomplished that was of the Brefníans^ 
was killed along with other persons by the Foreigners* in 
treachery. — Muircertach, son of Domnall, son of Tadhg 
Ua Concobuir, lord of Cairpre and Calraighi, select son of 
the sons of kíng8, died. — Dabug Mac WiUiam [de Burgh] 
the Brown, a knight of great substance, rested in Christ- 
— War [arose] between Toirdelbach Ua Concobuir and the 
Muinter-Mailruanaigh. — Cathal, son of Aedh, son of 
Eogan [Ua Conchobair], was put by force from out the 
Fedha and from Tir-Maine, through in junction of Walter 
de Burgh [imposed] on the Clann-Ceallaigh. — Tadhg, son 
of Toirdelbach Mac Mathgamna [died]. — Augustine, abbot 
of Lis-gabhail upon Loch-Eme, died on the 2nd of tho 
Xalends of November [October 31]. 

Xalends of Jan. [on 2nd feria, 9th of the moon], a.T). [1380] 
1327^[-30]. Maghnus, son of Aedh Ua Conchobuir the 
Brefnian, was killed by that same CathaP and Simon Mac- 
an-fhailgidh* was killed there lifcewise, on the same spot. 

entry in the F, M, (a.d. 1329), he 
was treacheroujBlj Blain [probably 
at a banquet] bj the sons oí John 
CFarreU [of Annalj, co. Longford] 
and the Engli8h of Meath, in the 
honse of lUchard Tuile at the 
monasterj of Fore [Weetmeath]. 

[1330] ^ij2/ = 1330 of the 

^ Same Cathal. — Mentioned in 
the third entr^ of the^'preceding 

^ MaC'an-fhailgidh, — Anglicised 
Mac Anallj, or Mac Nally. The 

448 cmtiala iilorott 

OCniUf lon^Qipi: le T^fipmlboc O ConcoboTT. cqi boDrcef. 
mac tlilbomi a bti|ic 7 a fuiá^ir& ofi pro fnizTb- XltUi- 
betix; TTIac ^o^r^^^ w xrecr, jjeDon tnofu 'o 'prpLULL llhc 
Uilbani. Innxxm tx> na flncémS pn. leor qftl€c.<qi 
O Concobuiii, no co panpToafi or T)fpfx-llt«r6cE:: becon 
TX) niuinnTnfi [ll]i Concobuifi t» inap.baD cmiifni 7 
Concoboip T)'inirecc on OCr co beoroa» nop»iTi|i tpw 
'CuaroiS 7 lon^popT: t» ^aboil le lílacr aTlbani 1 Oll- 
Lomor. ^ií connaiU ccnfíDemarl ve Tn^rxm xi'O C!w»- 
cobuifi 7 TX) ITlac "Oiaiunara- — fn«ieL-^?€ctj£niin 111« 
Coftfnatc, bjio^'o coircenn, T^'e^"* — ^rnaeL-lpi vom 111« 
CCeoo^n^ T^'e^. — •SLoat^eo Le hllaL[5:2at»£- O Riwí 
A <w bperpnet co P'o-in-ara. ^Ll tn borLe T)'ef. p Tsaib. >»*-'- 
mofibao CCfvr O Roatfc omn. oobafifj^ brwpn^ 7* mo^ 
ail&* — betnr&eccí* O pxmnajartjn, pfiotf. CtLLe-foorf» 
tTifie-bf^atn, tn Chf jf^rx) (fmeotr/ — ^lrLLfci-lfni hOa* 
RaipHat^ fti lTlatnnTCf.t-lTlaTLmott6a 7 na bfwpw 
mle jtB mofHxn T)'atmfTfv a e^ t n-a fenorf * fc^mnfi, tafi 
m-bf«tr baooa o 'oomom 7 o íetnofu — THarTjm* «Wfi lí 
Concobafu mac ^01*65^ mTc bftjarn. mTC il[nTtf.2af. ittK 
bptarn loTÍntt^ of. ■OaTf.rfAirb?. xnf.maf.bao mofon w5 

y,llo^ prmaD orfi on ]CalLa7nn fo borS corf. IH'» j»r> 
Lornn hlla Roj^LLt^ rn petxo MaaiLrf "Oxn^^. fcrbcec 



— A caiDp assault [was delivered] by Toirdlielbach [1330] 
O'Concobuir on Walter Mac William de Burgh and 
[Toirdhelbach] routed him throughout Magh[-Luirg]- 
Gilbert Mac Goisdelb came with a large force to aid Mac 
William. Those hosts turned, side by side, on 0*Concho- 
buir, until they reached the Ford of Desert-Nuadhat,* A 
few of the force of TJa Conchobuír were killed there and 
O'Conchobbuir went from the Ford spiritedly, orderly into 
The Territories and camp was taken by Mac 
William in Cell-Lomat.^ Peace, honorable [and] cordial, 
was made by O'Conchobuir and by Mac Diarmata.® — 
Mael-Sechlainn Mac Carmaic, a general entertainer, died. 
— Mael-Isu Mac Aedhagain the Brown, died. — A hosting 
by TJaI[gh]arc O'RuairCj king of Breifni, to Fidh-in-atha.^ 
The Foreigners of the town arose against them, so that 
Art O'Ruairc, material of a king of Breifni and many 
othera were killed there. — Benedict 0'Flannaga[i]n, prior 
of Cell-mor of Tir-Briuin,® rested iu Christ. — Qilla-Isu TJa 
Raighillaigh, king of Muinter-Mailmordha and of all the 
Breifni for a long time, died a prosperous senior, after 
gaining victory from world and frora demon. — Qreat defeat 
[was inflicted] by Concobur, son of Tadhg, son of Brian, 
8on of Andrew, son of Brian [Ua Conchobair] of Luighni, 
on the Dartraighi, so that many of them were killed by 

(Or^ perhaps it is on this Xalend [year] it were right (1327) 
for [the death of] Maeileachlainn Ua RaighiUaigh [to be], 
on the festival of the Nativity of the Lord, namely, [a.d.] 

Walter de Burgh against O'Conor 
on thiB occasion. 

' Fidh-in-atha, — Wood of the ford 
(on the stream which connects 
Longh Sheelin and Loagh Inn^r ; 
angHcised Finae. 0*D. iii. 544-6.) 

•2tr-5ríiíín. — One of the 

Three Territories forming 
a deanerj- of ten parishes in Elphin 

(1327) » Or, eír.— The suggested 
correotion haa reference to the fírst 
entrj of the textaal year 1326( = 
1328), n^ra. 


ocNHocla: tiiaroti. 



lCaL lan. (111.' p., U aat*), CCnno 'Ooniini 1T1.* ccc.* n.' 
«111.**** [-X3CX.O 1.**] ÍHaelpuanaig íHac T)iaiiníaT>a, pi 
Í11ui|i-Luifi5, T)*pa5Bail a fiigi 7 vo §aBail aibiT)G mcmaP 
liacM ÍHainiixifi na buille. TxnnalTOC íHac T)iaiiniaca, 
a niac, vo |aBail na pigi cerma, in'' feiffe*** la lofi in- 
beallTOine. — ^pepgal, mac Íl1ail[-«h]e£lainn Chaiquns 
íTlic TDiafimaro, t)o mafiba-o le T^a^^, mac Cafiail, tnic 
T)omnaiU hUi Concobuifi. — Sluagle baiceíi ITIac 
UiUiam 1 tnag-Luifs 7 in r\jí uile t)0 lofca*, a& na 
ceaUa 7 t;uc comuifce T)oibf ein/ 

jCaL lan. [iiii.'f.,L 1.*], OCnno 'Oomini ÍTl.* ccc* ox* 
ix.**^ [-axix" ii.''] baicef íTlac UiUiam t>o gabail lepn 
lafla 7 a bfeié vo leif co Caiflen Innfi-heogain 7 a 05 
Hxin pfifun T>o sofTxi. — íTlaiéi' CClban t>o mofibafe 
leifin CCi'5elbac.' — | íTlaiT)m bef na-in-mil of T^x^malcac 
íTlac n-T)iafmaca 7 af íTlac UiUictm, aic a** f maiibor5 
mofanT)o muinnz^if íTlic UiUiam ann' [la] mac in lopla 
7 'ComalTOc lílac TDonncaiV 

]CaL lan. [ui.' f., L x.11.*], CCnno TDomini ÍTI.* ccc-'xn.** 
[-111."] 'Comalcac, mac T)onnca'6a íTlic TDiafmcroa, 
mofuuuf efu. — UiUiam a bufc, lafla UlcrB, | t)o 

A.D. 1328, *-» Tnanmé leit (sg. of the A reading), B. •^bL, A, B. 
b 1331 , B. «^ om., B. *i .ui. (the Latin eqoÍTalent), with eóplaoed abore» 
(A) MS. 

A.D. 1329. »^bl., A, B. »»1332,6. «^om.,B. <* 1 n-a— f» icAídl, B. 

A.D. 1330. «^bl., A, B. »> 1333, B. 

[13311 1 IJ2S = 1331 of the 
Á, L. C. 

2 Took, etc.—AccoTúing to the 
ClonmaoDOÍM Annals (Mageoghe- 
gan) : ** within a short while af tcr 
died, after whose death hÍB sonne/' 

^Á ho9ty etc. — In retaliation for 
the defection of Mao Dermot 
([1380], note 6, íwpra). The J. L. C. 
add that Mac Dermot attacked 

de Burgh, bnt was defeated with 
heavj I08S ; which, howeTer, hedid 
not Buffer to remain iinaTeiigBd 
(apparentlj, by making radden 
attaoks on the retiring foroe of de 

[1332] 'ij2g = 1332 of the 
JL, Jj. C7. 

* Caith.—QTeea Oastle, at tbe 
westem entranoe to LoQgh EotIa, 
according to 0*I>onoTaa {F. M- iii 



Ealends of Jan, [on 3rd feria, 20tli of tlie moon], a.d. [1831] 
1328^[-31]. Maelruanaigh Mác Diarmata, king of Magh- 
Lnirg, abandoned his kingship and took the habít of the 
Grey [CÍBtercian] monks in the Monaaterj of the BuiU. 
Tomaltach Mac Diarmata, his son, took' the same kingship 
the sixth day after May-Day. — Fergal, son of Mael[- 
Sh]echlainn Carrach Mac Dairmata, was killed by Tadhg, 
son of Cathal, son of Domnall Ua Conchobuir. — A host* 
[was led] by Walter Mac William [de Burgh], into Magh- 
Luirg and the whole country was burned, ezcept the 
churches and he gave protection to those. 

Xalends of Jan. [on 4th feria, Ist of the moon], a.d. [1332 bís.] 
1329i[-32]. Walter Mac WiUiam [de Burgh] was taken 
prifioner by the Earl [de Burgh] and carried by him to 
the castle' of Inis-Eogain and he died in that prison of 
want — The nobles of Scotland were slain^ by the Baliol, 
— ^The defeat of Bema-in-mil [was inflicted] on Tomaltach 
Mac Diarmata and on Mac William, where were killed 
many of the people of Mac WiUiam [by]* the son of the 
Earl and Tomaltach Mac Donnchaidh. 

Kalends of Jan. [on 6th feria, l'2th of the moon], a.d. [1333] 
1330^[-33]. Tomaltach, son of Donnchadh Mac Diarmata, 
died. — William de Burgh, Earl of Ulster, was ^iUed^ by 

560). Bat the New Castle of the 
A. L. C, rather identifies it with 
the oastle mentioned in the *' Names 
oí all tbe chiefe places in O'Dowg- 
hertie's Guntrj, that ia called 
Eiinshenn (Inishowen) " contained 
in ihe Munich M3. 68* , íol. 60b : 
«First, on the soath 8yde of the 
onntrjT, at the coming in [to Loagh 
Swilly], Í8 an old castle called New- 
eastle." ([Unpablished] Report on 
Bjmer'8 Foe^ra,p. 171. Cf. Sappl. 
to Ap., ib, p. 61.) 

* Slain. — ^At Dnpplin Moor, Pert- 
ahixe, in 1332. Hence there is a 

prolepsÍB of three jeara in the 
textaal date. 

* Bi/, — Taken from the J, L, C. 

[1333] izjjO=1333 of the 
A, L, C 

^ RilUd. — Clyn 8ay8 on July 
[June] 6, the Octave of Trinity 
Sanday (Easter — IV. C — was Ap. 
4 : Trin. Sun., May 30. Hence 
July Í8 a 8cribal error for June. 
The latest Octave in question ia 
June 27.). There Í8 accordingl}' a 
prolep8Í8 of three years in the tex- 


ocMHoí^ tiícroti. 


mapba'o le ^llaiC UlcrD 7 na '^cnXX j^n "ooíoiam oiw. 
ecep cpoc(r& 7 Tnopba-n 7 roppaing. tw' nioinncip |u5; 
Saxaii. — ^illibepc tTlac ^o'rw'-^ '»0 niapbao le Caíol 
TDac T)iapinaT;a 5"'^^' '^ '-«0 " caivLem (jein. — (t«6, 
líiac "OomnaiU hlli "OomnaiLL pi T^hiiie-ConailL. aen 
TiiiinG pf mo spain 7 cofcup, peiCium coiecenn,' neoc 
jíob' ijepp pmacc 7 piosaiL pobi i' n-aen aimrip pif, ap 
m-bpeií buaín T>oman 7 o '&eifian, ap n-j;abaiL aibin 
manaif Leic uime, a eg 1* n-a* Longpopc fein 7 a oDntical 
I cempaLL' TTlainipcpeiV epn-puaií. Coiicobiip, mac 
CCeíia cecna, -oo gabaiL pifti ■Clnpe-ConaiLL ap' nf a 
aéap. Imcopnaiii ecep CCpc bUa' n-TtoninailL 7' Con- 
cobup,'' mac a oíup póin, im' an' pi§e 7 CCpc "do sabaiL le 
Concobiip 7 a mopbafi a cecoip Leip. — "Oonncao,' mac 
CCe'&a fiUi CeLLai5,Tio ^abaiL Le ^>ipp'&eLbat Concobuip. 
pi Connacc. — CCeí ÍTlac Con[8h]nama mopcuup erg-- 
TDomnaLL tTlac Con[8h]namu, caipec TTluinncepi-CM 
mopcuup e|T.— in ac na haiíce ITltrjíphJíanni 
aiíbup caipi5 "Oapcpaisi, -00 mapba'5 Le OonnaCcat' 
lCat lan. [uii.* p., L- xc.111.*], CCnno ■Oomini ITI.'' ccc': 
i."'' [-1111-°] Stuaga'D LeConnaccuiB, ecep ^aLL 7^mU 
pa ITlumain cum 1Tla[i]c Conmapa bpaigDe' 7 nepTTO 
^abaiL 7)015 ap tTlac.í^nmapa. 'CempoLL t>o Lorcori Le 

A.D. 1330. '-cmn. B. 'a. A. '-'n-u (apluereua eJ i), A. *coiw 
B. "0,A. 'le— íy, B. '' v(^{irJia) a, A. • oTO.. B. ' ITIainTfTii»* 
{Ín) iht Mánailgri/. B. • (íceii) Conwbop, ^—{iilwm) Coneotiiir tmd, R 
<>-i' Dm., B. Bj thiB «nd ihe precrding vBmnt the □ider nf the pRip« 
HjUDea in tbe I mcopioili itom, u giiea iD A, Ífl inTBrtod. '■''niiii 
(>pbBere<i« of i), B. 

A.D. 1331. "bixms^i, (pl. of Aword), R "bi.. A, B. "1334.8. 

■ Ftll, eíf.— Aooording to Cljn, 
tb« fllijen and mare th&ii 300 ef 
theíc natoaUd werc Blaín bj Juhn 
de UandeTÍlle on oae daj witbin 
two mDDth* after the slajitig of 
de Biirgh. Ou the uthn hand. 
Orace awrt* (1333) that John 
Daroj, IhB juftiiiiw;, proceeded 


to Ulaler. defeated the b 
captuied Bnme and alew othvn. 

Uagvogliegan Mate* tl» -tíat 
oí Eagland [bj tbe juatiaiaijil 
oaaaed Ui> aai J EagliahiDan te W 
hanged, draim ■nd iiiiartcml." 

• A^'ÍU.-~TTeaiiben)iidj [A. L. C 
and Mageoghegaa}. 



the Foreigners of IJlidia and those Foreigners fell' there- [1333] 
for, either hanged, or slain, or drawn,by the people of the 
kingof theSaxons. — Gilbert Mac Goisdelbh was Idlled^bj 
Cathal Mac Diarmata the Foreigner, in the centre of his 
own castle. — Aedh, son of Domnall Ua DomnaiII,^ king of 
Tir-ConaiII, the one person that caused most fear and 
triumph, general guarantor, the one of best swaj and rule 
that was in the same time as he, after gaining victorj 
from world and from demon, after taking the habit of a 
Grey [Cistercian] monk upon him, díed in his own strong- 
bold® and was buried in the church of the Monastery of 
Ess-ruadh. Conchobur, son of the same Aedh, took the 
king8hip of Tir-ConaiII after his father. Contention 
[arose] between Art TJa DomuaiU and C/oncobur, the son 
of his [Art's] own father, respecting the king8hip, and 
Art was taken prisoner by Concobur and killed imme- 
diately by him. — Donnchadh, son of Aedh Ua Cellaigh, 
was taken prisoner by Toirdhelbach O'Conchobuir, king 
of Connacht. — ^Aedh Mac Con[Sh]nama died. — Domnall 
Mac Con[Sh]nama, chief of Muinter-Cinaith, died. — 
Son ofthe night Mag [Fh^Iannchadha, material of 
a chief .of Dartraighi, was killed by the Connachtmen, 

Ealends of Jan. [on 7th feria, 23rd of the moon,] a.d. [1884] 
1331^[-4]. A hosting by the Connachtmen, both 
Foreigner and Gaidhel, into Munster, against Mac Con- 
mara. Fledge aod 8way were gained by them on Mac 
Conmara. A church was burned by a party of the host, 
wherein were two score and one hundred^ persons, both 

• Ua DomnaiU. — Died [1281], 

* Hi» own strongholeL — Inia-saimer 
iFour Masters). *' A small island 
in the rÍTer £me, olose to the cata- 
raot of ABsaroe at BalljshaDnon. 
It Í8 to be diating^hed írom the 
monasterj of Aasaroe [in which 
O'Donnell was bnried], whioh is 
■itiiated on the north side of the 
xÍTer, aboat one mile to the west of 

the town of BaUjBhannon '' (O'D. 
iii. 652). 
[1334] i/jj/=1334 of the 

' Two score and one hundred^ — 
'*Some of the said armie bumt a 
chnrch, wherein 180 persons [the 
nnmber given in the A. L. C] with 
two prieeta were alltogether bnmt 
and tnmt to aashee" (liageoghe- 


ocmixioi ut-croTi. 

■DpeiTD "Do'n C't'Luoé ifiíwibírDup Tia vicic 7 cec 1» 
ece|i uai'aL 7 ivel 7 Tiin|' vo fxicapcaiB ■oib fin 
lojíoíi" y\n uiLe. — 'OeiciiebuTi'' "do iTiuinncip "OhonnCofw 
pmbais, mic ITlaiL[-81i]eíLainn Capi^uis THic "Oiapmaca' 
■Do bacuí' ap Loc-C6iceD. — TZfxh^, mac CocaiL, mic 
naiLL, quieure in [Chpirco]'' 


jCaL. lan. ['■' V< L 1111'] (Xnno 'Domini ITl.'' ccc. 
11.°'' [-u.°] Seaan" O'heaspa -do gabaiL Le mac in lapla 
7 popsLa a líiuinncipe ■D'apsoin. — Cpac Le cLainn "Oom- 
naiLL ap ^oLLaiB, ixion, ap Clainn THuipii' Shugais TIlic 
5eapaiLc. Cpec mop Le CLainn-rDuipir ap a[n] cLaiTiii 
ce^ína. lapcap Clionnacc -do iíiiLLiu'd uiLe Le UiUiimi 
bupc. "Oaine m-oa 7)0 mapba'& 7 cpeaca 7 Loirca 7 
uiLc 'oiaipmi'fie ap mac in lapLa 7 ap ChLainn-TlicaipD u 
bupc -00 'oenum '&o. Sic ecep na bupcaíoiC cecna." 

ATObtbip] lcaL lan. [11.* p-i L.aiu.'], CCnno •Oomini TTl.'' ccc" »»' 
III.'"' [-ui."] "ComaLcac Tllac 'Oiapmana.pi Tnui&-luif5, 
B 69d pep po bo mo 1 spoin 7 coix:up 7 pob'' pepp pc 7 cocot,' 
'oepc'' 7 'oaenctcTí' po' Bi o'' n-epinn" 1 u-a aimpip pein, 
65 a'' n-"Domnac na T^pinoi'ne,'' 1 n-a Longpopc i:ein, 1 
CaLa'& na Caippse* 7 a orDnucaL i' Tílainipcip na buiUe.* 

A.D. 1331. "aLUiiwiTi, B. 

A.D. 1332. "bl., A, B. >■ 

A.D. 1333. 'casa^ A. ''i 
cuiniHEi), A. :>'133e. B. 't 
aiuiiL« — aad the rett {oí úxe A t«st, wbidi tlie compiler dvemed 
osssaiy to traiucribe) — added, B. 

13.S B. "oiD. (i.<.tliereaiisUaak], E 
i]V]iS' (donbtleHS u Bcribal miMake (n 

' ■'JJ.í = 

A. L. C. 

' £arí.— Eiohnrd de Burgb, Ihe 
B«d Earl, who diod [1326], svpra. 

'Domnall. — O'Couor. ineDtÍotied 
in tho flaal entry oí tbe prec«dÍDg 

* Girsld. — TaliCQ írom M»yeo- 
gbegan : "Tbe sunoa uf Donnell 
O'Oonnor took a, pzoj Iroia tbe 

335 oí tho ] Bonii* [doweiiduti] 

Succfcag'h [Many] and kiDed 
Moriahe himaclí. 
Uorish of tle BfTes, lie b of tk< 
GeraldineB" (133S). 

Fnm tliia it maj bs oonelndad 
that the foander of the bmO; e( 
Mac ManRce of tlie B17M (« 
Brees: n oaiatle Ín tbo pai^ ef M*)», 
bor. o( CUomoní*, «o. Uajv, OV- 




noble and base and two priests were of them and those all [1334] 
were bumed. — Ten of the people of Donnchadh the 
Swarthj, son of Mael[Sh]echlainn Carrach Mac Díarmata, 
were drowned on Loch-Teiched. — Tadhg, son of Cathal, 
son of Domnall [TJa Conchobair] rested in Chríst. 

Ealends of Jan. [on Ist feria, 4th of the moon,] a.d. ti386] 
1332i[-5]. John O'hEaghra was taken prisoner by the 
son of the EarP and considerable part of his people were 
plundered. — A foray was made by the sons of Domnall* on 
the Foreigners, namely, on the Clan of [Gerald*] the 
Merry [Mac] Maurice Fitz Gerald. A great [retaliatory] 
foray [was made] by the Clann-Maurice on the same sons 
of Donmall. — The West of Connacht was all destroyed by 
"William de Burgh.^ Persons numerous were killed and 
prey8 and burnings and iUs innumerable were done by 
him on the son® of the Earl and on the Clann-Bicaird^ de 
BurgL Feace [was made] between the same de Burghs. 

Xalends of Jan. [on 2nd feria, 15th of the moon), a.d. [1336 BiaJ 
1383i[-6]. Tomaltach Mac Diarmata, king of Magh- 
Luirg, the man who wrought most fear and triumph and 
was the best for peace and war, charity and humanity that 
was in Ireland in his own time, died on the Sunday of the 
Trinity,^ in his own stronghold, at the Strath of the Bock^ 
and was buried in the Monastery of the Buill with an 

iii. 63S) -was the G^rald the Merrj 
who died in 1251 {A. L. C). 

» WiUiam de Burgh.—TDoÁB should 
be Edmond Mac WiUiam de Burgh 
{A. L, C). He was the eponymou8 
head of Mac William Ichtar, or 

* Son. — ^WiUiam, mentioned in 
the first entry of this year. He 
took the name of Mac William 
Uaolitar, or Upper. 

' Clann'Ricaird. — Descendants of 
Richard (de Borgli, the Bed Earl) ; 
anglicised Clanrickard. The tribe 
was Mac William Upper. 

[1336] 1 1333 = 1336 of tho 

^ Sunday of the Trinity, — ^Maj 26. 
May24,ui. L. C and Mageogliegan, 
but erroneonslj; Easter (VII. F) 
fell on March 31 in 1336. 


ocMNaLoc uLcroh. 

co* foqiai'B onofiac. Quicunque lesefiic opec.* Conco- 
bufi, mac 'ComaXjm^ ílílic Thajmaca, vo gaboil ]\i§i a|i* 
eif* a acap. — ^Ceboii; a bupc mojicuuf efc. — ^mcnliji* 
íHac SiUfiTOn 'o'Bxecpa, quieuix; in [ChíiifTX)]. — TnaiT>Tn 
le hGosan btía íí1a'DU5a[i]n afi Clainn-flicaiíiT) a bupc» 
•Du icfiocaifi feif feii 7 qi 1 p icic era|i maié 7 foic.*— 
TDomnall, mac 8eaa[i]n, mic "OoinnailL [tl]i Concobai{i) 
mofiTJUUf efT. — Niall,* mac Concobuifi íHic 'Cai'B^, 
occifUf e]-c •o'aen Ujficuf foi§Di. — ^T^finoiT: Waa[i]n, 
maigifcef coiTx:enn 1 n-eaLa-onailS eaximLaiIJ, 1 n-*OLi§eí 
canon'oa 7 iLLex, mofruuf efc. — Cfiec mo|i Le macaiB 
T)iafmaD[a] 5^LL af CLainn-n^oifoeLB 7 "00 mafbaft 
íTlaius, mac baiLqfiin íHic [5h]oifDeaLb. — Cfec moji le 
hCmonn íHac UiLLiam af CLainn-CacaiL, du aix'haifseD 
Concobuf pLanna5a[i]n 7 mof an aiLe vo Lucc in z\jíe. 
Ocuf T)o mafba^ ílílaeL-SecLainn, mac CCeoa hUi phLan- 
na5a[i]n, ap copai'oecc na cf eice 7 t)o gaba'S Leof an mac 
ílílic-in-ílíliLi'5. — Cancobuf ílílac T)iafmaDa, fi ílílai^- 
Luifs 7 CCeh, mac CCe-Da 7 Lucc ci§e h[ll]í Concobuiii 7 
CLann-TDonncaiD 7 ^LafLac Cf ice-Caif pf 1 im Cofimac, 
mac Ruai'5|ii, do "duL af cfeic hi 'Cif-phiacfac, co fon- 
gaDUf íHuLLac-f ora. Ocuf ba in cif e do ceice-S f ompa. 
ílílaifbeDaLa mopa 7 capaiLL im'oa vo cabaipc t)OiB leo 
7 Le ConnaccaiB apcena.** CaifLen mop íílic ^o^foeLB 
DO Le^a'S^ Le 'CoipfDeLbac 7 Le Connaccaib apcena. 

jCaLlan. [1111.* p., L xx.ui.'], CCnno T)omini ÍH." ccc' 
XXX.'' 1111.*' *'[-uii."]. 8ic''t)0 Denum do mac in lapLa pe 
bpian m-ban m-bpiain. — 8ic do 'benam D'OCe'5 pemup 
hUa UeiLL (iDon,** CCe'O meic**) pe hOipgiaLLaiB 7 pe 

AJ). 1333. ^ leo^an, A. ^-^ 'o'eif (same in meaning aa ihe A read« 
ing, B). 
A.D. 1334 '-•bL, A, B. ^ 1337, A. ^ om., B. «í^itL, t.h., (A) MS. 

» The Rock.—0{ Longh Ce. See 
O'Donovan, F, 3/., iii. 656. 

* Son 0/ D<mnaU. — Son o£ Eogan, 
B ; against the A. L, C 

* Clann'Cat/MÍl^DtseendanU qf 

Cathal : the tríbe name of the 
OTlannagana (00. Boecommon). 

^Son of A€dh.^%fm of Feidh- 
limidh, 8on of Aedh, aon of Eogan 
0*Conor, A. L, C, ; son of Feídb' 


honourable funeral. Wboao reads, let bim pray. Coq- [1836] 
cobur, son of Tomaltacb Mac Diarmata, took tbe fcingsbip 
after bis fatber. — Tbeobald de Burgb died. — Mcyler Mac 
Jordan de Exeter, rested in Cbrist. — Defeat [was infiicted] 
by Eogan Ua Madugba[i]n on tbo Clann-Ricaird de Burgb, 
wberein fell tbree score and six, botb good and bad. — 
Domnall, son of Jobn, son of Domnall* Ua Concobuir, died. 
— Niall, son of Concobur Mac Taidbg, was slain by one 
sbot of an arrow. — Trinity 0'Naa[i]n, general maater in 
divers arts, in tbe Canon Law and [Civil] Law, died. — 
A great foray by tbe sons of Diarmait [Mac Diarmata] tbe 
Foreiguer on tbe Clann-Goisdelbb and Maiug, son of 
Waltrim Mac [GJoisdelb, was lcilled. — A foray [was made] 
by Edmond Mac WiUiam [de Burgb] on tbe Clann- 
Catbail,* wberein Concbobur 0'Flannaga[i]n and many 
more of tbe people of tbe country were plundered. And 
Mael-Secblainn, son of Aedb Ua Flannaga[i]n, was killed 
in tbe pursuit of tbe foray and tbe son of Mac-in-Milidb 
was taken prisoner by tbem. — Concobur Mac Diarraada, 
king of Magb-Luírg and Aedb, son of Aedb® and tbe 
housebold force of Ua Concbobuir and tbe Clann-Donn- 
chaidb and tbe recruits of Cricb-Cairpri under Cormac, 
son of Ruaidbri [Ua Concbobair] went on a foray into 
Tir-Fiacbracb,]until tbey reacbed Mullat b-ratha. And tbe 
beeves of tbe country fled^ before tbem. Large inanimate 
chattels and many borses were brougbt by tbem and by 
the Connacbtmen also witb tbem. Tbe grcat castle of 
Mac Goistelb® was levelled [on tbat occasion] by Toirdbel- 
bach and by tbe Connacbtmen likewisc. 

Kalends of Jan. [on 4tb feria, 26tb of tbe moon], a.u. [1337] 
1334^[-*7]. Peace was madc by [William] tbe son of tbe 
Earl [de Burgb] witb Brian O'Briaín tbe Fair. — Pcace 
was made by Aedb Ua NciU tbe Stout (that is, Aedb tbe 

limidh, Bon of Aedh O'Conor, 

' Fted, — That ií, were driveo ofF 

' Ortat eoBtU 0/ Mac Goistefb. — 

Anglicised Cabtlemore - Costello 
(bar. of Costello, co. Majo. O'D. iii. 

[1337] i/jj^=l337 of ihe 
Á.L C. 


458 ccMMaLa uLcroti. 

PepaiB-manac. — ^paflon^pofir; vo 'BenuTn le Tíoitnitel- 
Bac hUa Concobuifi 15 CCc-bacc 1 n-a*ai§ emoint) a 
bupc. — 8eoan pallama^n, caifefi Clainni-hUaDaí, 
moficuup efc.'— 'Ca'Ds THas pianncai-B, caifec T)apc- 
|iai5i, -00 mapba^ le Coíimac, mac Ruai'Bpi, mic 7)ofn- 
A 70c naill, mapaen |ie focpaiDO aile,^ | o" n-'oiscnl Seaatí» 
Tílic T)omnailL Ocuf cpeaca mo|ia T)0 'oenum ofi 
"OapcpaiéiB 7 mac TTluiíiip TTle^phlanncai'B'DO majiboi 
an la cecna.' — 'Ca'Ss' 7 TTlail[-8h]eclainn, 'oa mac liiiaiii 
TTle^ Ragnaill, -do gabail -00 Chaéal TTlás RaJnailL 
Uilliam, mac TTlar:§amna 7 in bla-B aileDO clainn Imaipi 
iT)on, Concobufi 7 Tomalcac, iii^a'&buitx TTluinncepj- 
heolu[i]p, "00 cmol T)*a cófiai'DecT: 7 Caíal TTlac Ttasnoill 
7 TTla^nuf, mac pep^ail, t)0 mapba'5 t)OiC. "Caifec i» 
'Senum t)0 'Chaíj; TTlaj Ragnaill.* — ^Domnall fiuat* 
TTlaille 7 Copmac TTlaille, a mac, T)0 mafibob -00 
Clainn-TTleibyiic 7 vo ^hallaiB ailiB maille píiiá,a6aiír 
peil 8cepain in bLia'oain f i.*' — "Comáf, mac Cafimaic hUi 
"OomnaiLL, efpuc Cifii-ConaiLL, fai' n-e^na 7 qiaboi 
coiccenn" fa bia-o 7 fa eLLac T)'ei5ptl 7 T)'oLLamnaiB in 
beéa," in ChpifTX) quieuic. 

lCaL lan. u. f., [L'un.*], CCnno "Oomini TTl.* ccc* xn. 
u.°**[-uiii.°]. nuai-ofi (in*' eini§, mac12Laicbeficai|,niic 
"Dhuinn 015, aLiaf Caitpaic") TTla^ Uii'Bf, pi pep-TTlanac 
7 Laca-Gipne (pep.* quacuopT)ecim annof ; aLiaf, pe[iT)uof 
annof^), in fep if mo po riT)Laic T^'aip^eT) 7 T)*innmuf, 
T)'ecaiB 7 T)'aLiTiaiB 7 T)'inniLi6, t)0 'SuL T^'eg fie hcroapc 

A.D. 1334. loile, A. «-5, A. 

A.D. 1383. — •• bl., A, B. »> 1338, c. m., B. «^itL, t. h., A; ob. 
(except in einij) B. 

^ Edmond de Bur^h.—The Lower . * JUathgamain, rer^o/.— Brothei 

(or northem) Mao William. 

'/» reuenffe, ete — From thi« it 
can be inferred that John O'Conor 
bad becn slain by the Mao Clancjs 

The f ormer treacherooslj alew tha 
latterin 1306 (A. L. C). Henct 
the feud between their sods. 

^ BUhop.—Qinoe [1319], «iprf. 

[1388] ^ijsS'—The ferial {6} 
(Maio Flannchadha). ' | proveathat thc true jeariaim 


Fat) with the Oirghíalla and with the Fir-Manach. — A [1337] 
fortress was made by Toirdhelbach Ua Concobuir at Ath- 
líacc against Edmond de Burgh.^ — John O'Fallamain, 
chief of Clann-hTJadach, died. — Tadhg Mag Flannchaidh, 
chief of Dartraighi, was killed, together with a multitudo 
besides, by Cormac, son of Ruaidhri, son of Domnall [Ua 
Conchobair] in revenge^ of John, son of Domnall [Ua Con- 
chobair]. And great foravs were made on Dartraighi and 
the son of Maurice Mag Flannchaidh was killed the same 
day. — Tadbg and Mael[-Sh]echlainn, two sons of Imhar 
Mag Haghnaill were taken prisoners by Cathal Mag 
Baghnaill. Wílliam, son of Mathgaraain* [Mag Ragh- 
naíll] and the other part of the children of Imar, namelv, 
Concobur and Tomaltach, royalheir8 of Muinter-Eolu[i]8, 
assembled to pursue them and Cathal Mag RaghnaiU and 
Maghnus, son of Fergall* [Mag Raghnaill], were killed by 
them. Tadhg Mag Raghnaill was [in consequence] made 
a chieftain of. — Domnall O'Maille the Red and Cormac 
O'Maille, his son, were killed by the Clann-Mebric and 
by other Foreigners along with them, the night of the 
feast of Stephen [Dec. 26] this year. — Thomas, son of 
Carmac Ua DomnaiU, bishop^ of Tir-Conaill [Raphoe], 
eminent in wisdom and in general benevolcnce in food 
and in cattle to the learned and the poets of the world, 
rested in Christ. 

Xalends of Jan. on 5th feria, [7th of the moon], a.d. [133S] 
1335^[-8]. Ruaidhri (of the hospitality, son of 
Flaithbertach, son of Donn junior, otherwise Carrach) 
Mag Uidhir, king of Fir-Manach and of Loch-Eirno (for 
fourteen* years ; otherwise, for two ^ears), the man that 
most bestowed of money and of goods, of horscs and of 

' Fourieen. — Recte, eleven. Baaidhri Bucoeeded Flaithbertach in [1327], 



ccMMccut uLoroTi. 

lap Tn-buai'B'* o* éigfiB 7 o ollamncnB.* — ^TTlac lapla 
Ula^ T)0 ^abail •o'Bmonn a bupc 7 a cufi ilLoc-OiiibfeTí. 
Uilc* mofia 7 cagaí coiccenn 1 ConnaccaiB cfiiT) ]in.— 
'Ca'&s mac Ruqi'D|ii, mic CacailhUi Concobuifi,T)0 5abcnl 
vo Tomaf THás 8aTÍi|ia5ain 7 mojfian "0 a muínnnfi vo 
mafibffb. THa^ 8haTÍifia'5a[i]n vo •oul T)0 €15 [Uji Coíí- 
cobuifi in bbaDain cecna 7 a íecc afiíf^ 1 n-a [pljwéeins 
7 aificif^ 7)0 éabofir; do Clainn-TTluipcef\rai§ aifi 7 vo 
TTluinnT:ifi-6olu[i]f^ 7 7)0 coimnnol na bfieipne, ecqi 
Sai'oel 7 ^al'^S'-ac. Ocuf^ TTlag 8aTÍifia'&a[i]n t>o ^aboil 
7 mofian T)'a mumncifi t)o mafiba^.' — OCe'5 in cleiin§, mac 
Ruai'Sfii [tl]i Concobuifi, t)o loc afi T>efie'& cfieice 'fa 
bolegan 7 a e^ 'oe. — ^DefiBail,' ingen Cacail THic THafi- 
chai-D, ben T)onnca5a, mic CCe-^a 015, T^'eg.* 

]Cal. lan. ui. p., [U' acuin.'] CCnno T)omini TH.* ccc'aax* 
ui.***t-ix.T 8lua^^ mofi la hCCe'5 pemafi* hUa NeiU cam 
A 70d 'Cífie-ConaiU, T)afimafiba'5 mac | 8eaain hUi WeiU 7 
5appfiai5 hUa "Oomnaill la muínncifi hUi T)ocafiTXii5.— 
Ruai'^fii Ceallai§, fu hUa'-THaine, t>o mafiboS la 
Ccrcal, mac CCe'5a, mic Gogain, afi*" n-T)ul a n§ Tx)ififn)el- 
bai§ hUi Concobuifi va cig pein. 8ai 6fienn gan 
imfiefoin fein.*' — Cmonn TTlac Uilliam a búfic T)'innaji- 
hoí[^] in blicrSain fi.'* — bean*' mic lafila Ulcr5, iT)on, 
in^en 'CoipfiT^elbaig hUi bfiiain, T)o €abaif\T; t)0 Zo\\v(í' 
velhac hUa Concobuifi, t)0 fii§ Connacr, in bLicr5ain p 7 
"Oefibail, in^en iXe^a [U]i "Oomnaill, t)0 le^an T)a— 
Tx)maf^ TTlag 8amficr5a[i]n, vo bí ilLaim i[c] Clainn- 

A.D. 1335. <* 7 afxaile — and so on — added, B. »^0111., B. 
A.D. 1336. ^-^, B. 2^ea-. A. »0, -A. •^bl., A, B. «> 1S39, B. 
•^om.jB. ** om., B. 

» Put into.—With a stone tied to 
his neck, according to the A, L, C. 
and Mageoghegan. 

* Wenl to iJie houte.—See [1339], 
note 4, infra, 

^Of the QuiU, — Mageoghegan, 

acoording to O'Donovan (iiL 6U), 
sajB the aoabriqaet waa applied to 
Aedh, becaose his mother coald 

[1339] '/jjó.— The íerial (6) 
proTce that the troe year ia 1339. 


lierds and of cattle, died on the piUow after victory [ol [1338] 
praise] from learned and from poets. — [Edmond] son of 
the [red] Earl of TJlster was taken prisoner by Edmond de 
Burgh and put into* Loch-Oirbsen. Great evils and 
general war [arose] in Connacht through that. — Tadhg, 
8on of Ruaidhri, son of Cathal TJa Conchobuir, was taken 
prisoner by Thomas Mag Samhradha[i]n and many of 
hÍ8 people were killed. Mag Shamhradha[i]n went to the 
house^ of TJa Concobuir the same year and he came back 
again and on his ret