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J. Gwynn and W. Purton, PRIA 29 C (1911), p. 149, § 60. 5. Eithne daughter of Bresal of Brega, the queen of kings of Tara, deserved to gain the heavenly kingdom, after doing penance. This is an explicit judgement, placing the annalist almost in the place of the divine judge; ‘deserved to gain the heavenly kingdom’ probably means much the same as ‘fell asleep’ or ‘rested’, but in expression it stands quite outside the normal categories. 1. Áed Findliath son of Niall Caille, king of Tara, fell asleep on the 20th of November, a Friday, at Druim Inasclaind in the land of the Conailli.
Beoid the Wright was my father, From the Latharnae Molt. (AT, CS) 8. Diarmait son of Cerball took the kingship of Ireland. (AT, CS) This is an extreme case, in which the two witnesses, the Clonmacnois group and the Annals of Ulster, share only the initial ‘Kalends of January’ (which is thus not indented). Of the indented material, that set in roman is in the Annals of Ulster; the material in italics is in one or other of the Clonmacnois family, as marked. 2). The whole entry about the killing of Tuathal Máelgarb has a doublet at 544, an entry which was undoubtedly part of the original Chronicle of Ireland, since it is in both branches of the tradition.
1. McCarthy/chronology/synchronisms/Edition_3, Mc Carthy now takes the date to have been 593, for reasons that are unclear to me. Chronicle of Ireland 0 Prelims 6/4/06 3:04 PM Page 39 INTRODUCTION 39 Table 6. Events also recorded in non-Irish sources Event Ob. Suibne Ob. Æthelwulf Ob. Louis the Pious Ob. Charlemagne Ob. Offa Ob. Æthelbald Ceolwulf in prison Ob. Ecgberht Easter on Iona Ob. Osred Defeat of Picts Ob. Aldfrith Ob. Berhtred Ob. Theodore Nechtansmere Attack on Brega Battle of the Trent Ob.
Allied Forces: Central Europe (Tanks Illustrated 1) by Pierre Touzin