Charles-Edwards, T. M.





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Charles-Edwards, T. M., “Iona, abbots of (act. 563–927)”, Oxford dictionary of national biography, Online: Oxford University Press, 2004. 51141. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/51141.

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“Iona, abbots of (act. 563–927)”
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T. M. Charles-Edwards, ‘[Multiple contributions]’ in Oxford dictionary of national biography... (2004-2011,2004-present)
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Baíthéne mac BrénainnBaíthéne mac Brénainn
(d. 598)
Báethíne mac Brénainn, Conin mac Brénainn
Second abbot of Iona, in succession to Colum Cille.
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Blathmac of IonaBlathmac of Iona
(d. 825)
Blathmac mac Flainn
Blathmac (Blaímac) mac Flainn, abbot of Iona
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Bresal mac SégéniBresal mac Ségéni
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Cellach mac AilellaCellach mac Ailella
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Cellach mac CongaileCellach mac Congaile
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Cilléne DroichtechCilléne Droichtech
(d. 752)
Abbot of Iona (r. 726–752), in succession to Cilléne Fota. Either of the two had his feast-day on 3 July and Félire Uí Gormáin opted for the present abbot. He is credited with the renewal of the Lex innocentium of Adomnán, whose relics were taken to Ireland.
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Cilléne FotaCilléne Fota
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Conamail mac FaílbiConamail mac Faílbi
(d. 710)
abbot of Iona
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Connachtach of IonaConnachtach of Iona
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Cumméne AilbeCumméne Ailbe
(ob. 669)
Cumméne Albus, Cumméne Find
Al. Cumméne Find, seventh abbot of Iona; author of Liber de virtutibus sancti Columbae.
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Diarmait alumnus DaigriDiarmait alumnus Daigri
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Dorbéne mac AltaíniDorbéne mac Altaíni
(ob. 713)
Dorbbéne mac Altaíni
Abbot of Iona for only a brief period of time in 713, the year in which he died. He is commonly identified with the scribe Dorbbeneus who signs his name in the Schaffhausen manuscript of the Vita sancti Columbae.
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Dúnchad mac Cind FháeladDúnchad mac Cind Fháelad
(ob. 717)
Dúnchad mac Cinn Fáelad
Abbot of Iona.
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Faílbe mac PípáinFaílbe mac Pípáin
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Feradach mac CormaicFeradach mac Cormaic
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Fergno Britt mac FaílbiFergno Britt mac Faílbi
(ob. 623)
Fourth abbot of Iona, in succession to Laisrén.
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Flann mac Maíle DúinFlann mac Maíle Dúin
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Fáelchú mac DorbéniFáelchú mac Dorbéni
(ob. 724)
Fáelchú mac Dorbbéni
Abbot of Iona.
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Indrechtach úa FinnachtaiIndrechtach úa Finnachtai
Indrechtach úa Fínnachta
Abbot of Iona.
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Laisrén mac FeradaigLaisrén mac Feradaig
(d. 605)
Lasrén mac Feradaig, Laisrán mac Feradaig, Laisrén of Iona
Third abbot of Iona, in succession to Baíthéne; previously prior of Dairmag (Durrow, Co. Offaly) and one of Colum Cille’s companions in Scotland.
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Máel Brigte mac TornáinMáel Brigte mac Tornáin
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Sléibíne mac CongaileSléibíne mac Congaile
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Suibne I [abbot of Iona]Suibne I ... abbot of Iona
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Suibne II [abbot of Iona]Suibne II ... abbot of Iona
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Ségéne mac FiachnaSégéne mac Fiachna
(ob. 652)
Ségéne mac Fíachnaí, Ségéne of Iona
Fifth abbot of Iona, in succession to Fergno Britt.
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VirgnoVirgno
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Dennis Groenewegen