Battle / Event Title: Cill mac nEnain

General Details
Name / LocationCill mac nEnain
Ports / Ships Involved
Cause after the death of Domhnall Og, Toirdhealbhach son of Ruaidhri son of Maolmhuire gathered his followers and proceeded to Cill mac nEnain where he forced the successors of Columcille to proclaim him Mac Suibhne, in opposition to the wish of the Cineal Conaill
ResultO Domhnaill and Maghnus O Domhnaill were exceedingly offended by the inauguration; and afterwards, Maghnus and the descendants of Domhnall mac Suibhne plotted the abominable treachery against Mac Suibhne whereby his people were slaughtered and all his country destroyed by fire. - (Leabhar Chlainne Suibhne, p. 73)
Long Term Consequences
Individuals Involved in Battle / EventToirdhealbhach mac Suibhne
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Place of Galloglass in Forces Involved
Victory / Defeat / Neither
Casulties For: Dead
Casulties For - Wounded
Casulties Against: Dead
Casulties Against - Wounded
Galloglass Specific Details
Hereditary or New Recruit
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Hostages and Opponents Details
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TitleMS 24 p. 25 edited in 1920 by Paul Walsh who titled the MS 'Leabhar Chlainne Suibhne'. (Leabhar Chlainne Suibhne ed. Rev. Paul Walsh (Dublin, 1920) from MS 24 p. 25 in R.I.A. (MS composed between 1513 and circa 1544).)