The siege of Dún At and the siege of Dún Duirn.
– Annals of Ulster, U683.
Aengus son of Fergus, king of the Picts, laid waste the territory of Dál Riata and seized Dún At and burned Creic and bound in chains two sons of Selbach, i.e. Donngal and Feradach; and shortly afterwards Bruide son of Aengus son of Fergus died.
– Annals of Ulster, U736.