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962About this time, Edgar, king of England, is said to have subdued part of Ireland, and particularly the most noble city of Dublin 
980The power of the Danes of Dublin greatly broken by their defeat at Tarah, by Melaghlin, king of Ireland, who, the next year, ravaged Fingal with fire and sword. 
981Melaghlin, king of Ireland, wastes Fingal with fire and sword. 
985The Danes of Dublin ravage Derry 
989The Danes of Dublin pay a tribute of an ounce of gold to the king of Ireland, for every capital messuage and garden in the city. ' 
999Brien Boru ,king of Munster, takes and plunders Dublin. 
1014Battle of Clontarf, in which Sitric, king of the Danes, was defeated, after a long and obstinate .engagement, by Brien Boru, who also was killed at the moment of victory. Murchad, Brien's son, and a number of the Irish chieftains, fell in the battle 
1026Donagh O'Brien, king of Munster, obliges the Danes of Dublin to do him homage, and deliver hostages. 
1029Aulaffe Sitric, king of the Danes of Dublin, taken prisoner by Matthew O'Regan, and ransomed, on payment of 200 beeves, 80 horses, 3 ounces of gold, and a sword called Charles's sword. 
1038About this time, Christ Church, Dublin, was founded by Sitric, king of the Danes, with the aid of Donat, bishop of Dublin ; the latter of whom also built St. Michael's Chapel, which was converted into a parish church by Richard Talbot, archbishop of Dublin. 

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