An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Ciarraí Aoi"

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== Tagairtí Annál ==
* [[Annála na gCeithre Máistrí|ACM]] 791.11, 12: ''Fogartach, mac Cathail, tigherna Maighe Aí & Duineachaidh ua Daire, tigherna Ciarraighe Aí d'écc.
* 791 – ''Duineachaidh Ua Daire, lord of '''Ciarraighe Aei''', died.'' ([[Annála na gCeithre Máistrí]])
* [[Annála Uladh|AU]] 796.5: ''M. Forggusa rí H. m-Briuin, Duinechaidh h-oa Daire dux Ciarraide, mortui sunt.
* 845 – ''Connmhach, son of Cethernach, half chief of '''Ciarraighe''', died.''
* ACM 845.10: ''Condmhach, mac Cethernaigh, lethtoísech Ciarraighe, d'écc.
* 997 – ''An army was led by Maelseachlainn into Connaught; and he plundered or burned Magh-Aei, and the son of the lord of '''Ciarraighe''' was lost by them.''
* ACM 997.9: ''Slóichcedh la Mael Seachlainn i c-Connachtaibh, co ro indir, no loiscc Magh Ai, & co ro farccbhaidh mac tigherna Ciarraighe leó.
* 1315 – ''As for Maelruanaid Mac Diarmata, when he heard that Diarmait Gall had established himself in the seat of dignity of his own family and on the Rock of Loch Key, and that he had been sent to be made king at [[Ráth Cruachan]], and when his own cows had been slaughtered in Glenn Fathraim, he marched with his household troops and retainers to the Callow of the Rock and, turning his back to the [[Sionainn]], he plundered from that river to Cara, where the eraghts of the '''Three Ciarraige''' were assembled with their flocks and herds, namely the '''Western Ciarraige''', the '''Ciarraige of Mag nAi''' and the '''Ciarraige of Airtech;''' and it is not likely that there was made in that age a fiercer or a more booty-getting attack than this raid.'' ([[Annála Connacht]])
* [[Annála Connacht|AC]] 1315:
:''Imtusa Maelruanaig Meic Diarmata o'tchuala Diarmait Gall do suidi a cathair chadusa a cinid & hi Carraicc Lochaa Ce & a cur for Cruachan da rigad, & ar n-orlech a bo fein a nGlind Fathraim, do gluais cona lucht tige & cona teglach budein co Calad na Cairrci, & tucustur druim re Sinainn & ro aircestur o Sinaind co Caraid, ait a rabatur oirechta na Tri Ciarraigi .i. Ciarraigi Iatharach & Ciarraigi Moigi Ai & Ciarraigi Artig cona n-ellaigib uli & cona n-indilib, & ni doig co ndernadh isin amsir-sin indsaigid bad croda & bad mo edal ina in crech-sin
* 1315 – :''As for Maelruanaid Mac Diarmata, when he heard that Diarmait Gall had established himself in the seat of dignity of his own family and on the Rock of Loch Key, and that he had been sent to be made king at [[Ráth Cruachan]], and when his own cows had been slaughtered in Glenn Fathraim, he marched with his household troops and retainers to the Callow of the Rock and, turning his back to the [[Sionainn]], he plundered from that river to Cara, where the eraghts of the '''Three Ciarraige''' were assembled with their flocks and herds, namely the '''Western Ciarraige''', the '''Ciarraige of Mag nAi''' and the '''Ciarraige of Airtech;''' and it is not likely that there was made in that age a fiercer or a more booty-getting attack than this raid.'' ([[Annála Connacht]])
 
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