...gabais Forand Tuir in flaithus tar eis Foraind Cingeris... ...Ro maradh cocad anbfolta for clandaib Niúil Íarsin, co ro hindarbud a Hegipt iat... Docomlaiset iarsain clanda Nuil Scota ingen Foraind .i. i cetri longaib, for Muir Rúaidh, do Inis Deprofáne, timchull Sléibe Riphi atúaidh, co ráncatar Scitihía: consnísit im flaithus Scithía clanda Niúil Noenuail, ónd aimsir sin co haimsir Refelair Míl. Co ro gon Miled mac Bile Refelair mac Nema. Doluid Miled for longais íarsain.
... Ansat trí míss intí. Trí míss aile dóib for muir, co ráncatar Éigipt, hi cind ceitre bliadan cóicat ar trí cét ar míle íar cét-gabáil Érenn do Parthalón sin. Forond Nechtenibus ba rí ind Éigipt ind inbaid sin. Hiss é in cóiced rí déc ar fichit íarsin Forand ro báiged i m-Muir Rúaidh. ba sí ind aimsir sin doluid Alaxandir Mór mac Pilip isin nAsia co riacht Éigipt dobreth ind Éigipt día réir, ro díchuir in Égipt, do chart a rig Nectenipus a Héighipt ind Eitheóip: ro chumtacht prímchathair laiss ind Éigipt .i. Alaxandria a hainm. (23)
...Pharoah Tuir took the princedom after Pharaoh Cincris... ...War and hostilities were increased till they were expelled from Egypt... ...Thereafter the progeny of Nel, and Scota daughter of Pharoah, collected in four ships upon the Red Sea, to Taprobane Island, around the Rhipaen Mountain northward, till they reached Scythia: and the progeny of Nel and of Nenual, contended in the matter of the princedom of Scythia, from that time till the time of Refloir and Mil. Mil inflicted a mortal wound upon Refloir and was exiled.
...Three other months had they on the sea, till they reached Egypt: that was at the end of 1,354 years after the first Taking of Ireland by Partholon. Pharoah Nectanebus was king of Egypt at that time. He is the thirty-fifth king after the Pharaoh who was drowned in the Red Sea. Now it was in that time that Alexander the Great, son of Philip, came into Asia and arrived in Egypt, and brought Egypt into obedience to himself, laid Egypt waste, and drove out her king Nectanebus from Egypt into Eithiopia; and a captial city, called Alexandria, was founded by him in Egypt. (23)