stump of the neck: úaigthe cend Corpri . . . / do
airsciu Echdach i Tethbai i.e. the head of Cairpre was put
on the neck of E. when he was buried at T.,
ndigail chind m' atharsa rucad leis coro adnacht fri a.¤
. dórtais Macc cecht in cúach n-usci inn
airsci ┐ im-méde Conaire (ina airsciu (.i. in meidhe) intí C.
v.l.) (C. had asked for a drink before dying and having his
head cut off),
a heriscibh (hairscib v.l.) urtescthaibh,
saidhit na slegha sin i n-airrscib na fer ro marbsat 'they thrust those points in behind the necks of the men whom they slew',
ITS xli 140 § 321
. airrsci .i. méidhe, O'Cl.