4 edition of Annals of Ulster found in the catalog.
Source title: Annals of Ulster: Otherwise, ... Annals of Senat; Volume 2
|Statement||Franklin Classics Trade Press|
|Publishers||Franklin Classics Trade Press|
|LC Classifications||Oct 26, 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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The Annals were compiled under the patronage of Cathal Mac Maghnusa 1439-98 at Seanaidh Mac Maghnusa, now Belle Isle in Lough Erne, Co. 1 Maurice, son of Donnchadh [Ua Maelruanaigh] lord of Tir-Oilella, one that was the best of the Connachtmen for hospitality and gratuity, died in Murbach, in the camp of Ua Domnaill and he was carried to the Monastery of the Buill and honourably buried therein.
3 Great destruction on people and cattle in this year. M1179, O'Rogan, Lord of Iveagh, died of three nights sickness, shortly Annals of Ulster he had been expelled for violating the Canoin-Phatruig. O hAidith Ua hAidith, lords of Ui-Eathach [Iveagh] ; Annals O hEochagain O'Haughan?? 11 Saint Francis was honoured like every saint this year by the Pope, namely, by Gregory IX, that is, on the 17th of the Kalends of August [July 16]. The mythical king of Ulster, Conor mac Nessa ConchubarSon of Nessa and Cathbad the druidand grandson of Rory Mor, king of Ulster is stated as living at the time of Christ.
" 10 1985 : 67—86. Breasal Boidhiobhadh, 88th King of Ireland. M1072, Cuuladh Ua Flathrai, King of Ulidia. 5 — Dies and is described as "king of all Ireland" The same pattern is followed for Aed mac Neill, the king of the northern Ui Neill clan.
4 A great hosting was made by Aedh Ua Neill into Connacht, by [invitation of] the sons of Ruaidhri Ua Conchobair 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.
Dal Riata was the tribal and territorial name of the early tribes of County Antrim, particularly the northeast portion. "The chronological apparatus of the Annals of Ulster AD 82-1029.
3 Aindiles Ua Inneirghi, tower of valour of the North of Ireland, died. And they gave battle in Caradh-Culainn otherwise, [Caradh]-Chulmaile and Cathal was injured therein and Murchadh, son of Tadhg Ua Conchobuir and other persons [were killed there]. 7 The Order of [Friars] Minors is confirmed this year. 7 Gillibert Mac Coisdealbh was killed in the castle of the Narrow [-Water] and the castle was also burned at the time. For 892, Muireadhach, son of Maeleitigh, lord of Dal Araidhe.
the Dal Araide of Fir Ulaid, and included: brothers Cearmna and Sobhrach Sobuirche15th monarchs of Ireland Deaths: Annals of Ulster 1492 BC.
O Conchobair was then recognised again [as lord] by his own territories.
The Magennis MacGuinness sept, lords of Iveagh, are stated to be descended from the Dal Araidhe.