Stalmans, Nathalie





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Stalmans, Nathalie, and T. M. Charles-Edwards, “Meath, saints of (act. c.400–c.900)”, Oxford dictionary of national biography, Online: Oxford University Press, 2007. 51010. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/51010.

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“Meath, saints of (act. c.400–c.900)”
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T. M. Charles-Edwards, ‘[Multiple contributions]’ in Oxford dictionary of national biography... (2004-2011,2004-present)
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Brendan mac NemainnBrendan mac Nemainn
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Brénainn of BirrBrénainn of Birr
(d. 565/73)
Brendan mac Nemainn, patron saint of Birr
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Buite of MonasterboiceBuíte of Monasterboice
(d. 523 AD)
Buíte mac Brónaig
Buíte mac Brónaig (Latin Boetius), early Irish saint and eponymous founder of Mainistir Buite (Monasterboice)
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Caillín mac NiataigCaillín mac Niataig
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CairnechCairnech
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CamulacusCamulacus (Cáemlach?)
(s. v)
A now obscure saint, abbot of Rathan (Rahan, Co. Offaly) and contemporary of St Patrick. He appears as Camulacus Commiensium (‘of the Commienses’) in Tírechan’s Collectanea and as Camelacus in an early hymn. His background is unknown and modern scholars have variously argued for Gaulish, British and Irish origins.
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Cianán mac SétnaiCianán mac Sétnai
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Ciarán of ClonmacnoiseCiarán (mac int Shaír) of Clonmacnoise
(c. 515–c. 549)
Irish saint, patron of Clúain Moccu Nóis (Clonmacnoise). Feast-day: 9 September.
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Coirpre Crom mac FeradaigCoirpre Crom(m) mac Feradaig
(d. 904)
bishop of Clonmacnoise
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Colcu úa DuinechdaColcu úa Duinechda
(d. 796)
scholar (scriba) and poet associated with Clonmacnoise, of which he may well have been bishop. The litany Scúap chrábaid has been attributed to him.
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Colmán EloColmán Elo
(d. 611)
Colmán moccu Sailni, Colmán mac Beognai
patron saint of Lann Elo (Lynally, Co. Offaly)
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Cormac úa LiatháinCormac úa Liatháin
Cormac of Durrow, Cormac of Uí Liatháin
early Irish saint
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DublitterDublitter
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Erc of SlaneErc of Slane
Erc mac Dega
Erc mac Dega, patron saint of Slane
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Finnián mac FindlogaFinnián mac Findloga
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FunechFunech
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Féchín of ForeFéchín of Fore
(d. c. 665)
Féchín moccu Cháe, Féichín of Fore, Mo Écca of Fore, Mo Fhéccu of Fore
Fé(i)chín moccu Cháe, patron saint of Fobar (Fore, Co. Westmeath)
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Féchín of ForeFéchín of Fore
(d. c. 665)
Féchín moccu Cháe, Féichín of Fore, Mo Écca of Fore, Mo Fhéccu of Fore
Fé(i)chín moccu Cháe, patron saint of Fobar (Fore, Co. Westmeath)
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Fínán Cam mac MóenaigFínán Cam mac Móenaig
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Guasacht of GranardGuasacht of Granard
Guasacht maccu Buáin
Guasacht maccu Buáin (late 5th century), patron saint of Gránard (Granard, Co. Longford)
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Lommán of TrimLommán of Trim
(fl. 5th–early 6th century)
Lommán mac Dalláin
Lommán (mac Dalláin), patron saint of Áth Truimm (Trim, Co. Meath)
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Lommán of TrimLommán of Trim
(fl. 5th–early 6th century)
Lommán mac Dalláin
Lommán (mac Dalláin), patron saint of Áth Truimm (Trim, Co. Meath)
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Lonán of TrevetLonán of Trevet
Lonán mac Talmaig
Lonán mac Talmaig, patron saint of Treóit (Trevet, Co. Meath)
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Mac Cuilinn of LuskMac Cuilinn of Lusk
Mac Cuilinn mac Cathmoga
Mac Cuilinn mac Cathmoga, patron saint of Lusca (Lusk, Co. Dublin)
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Manchán of LemanaghanManchán of Lemanaghan
Manchán mac Silláin
Manchán mac Silláin, patron saint of Liath Mancháin (Lemanaghan, Co. Offaly)
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Mo GenócMo Genóc
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MochtaeMochtae
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MunisMunis
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Mél of ArdaghMél of Ardagh
(fl. 5th–early 6th century)
reputed founder and patron saint of Ardachad (Ardagh, Co. Longford); associated with St Brigit of Kildare
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Samthann of ClonbroneySamthann of Clonbroney
(d. 739)
Samthann, Samthann ingen Díaráin
Samthann ingen Díaráin, patron saint of Clúain Brónaig (Clonbroney, Co. Longford)
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Sechnall of DunshaughlinSechnall (Secundinus) of Dunshaughlin
(fl. 5th century)
Sechnall mac Restitiúit
Secundinus son of Restitutus (Sechnall mac Restitiúit), patron saint of Domnach Sechnaill (Dunshaughlin)
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Ultán of ArdbraccanUltán of Ardbraccan
(d. 657)
Ultán moccu Chonchobair
(time-frame ass. with Ulster Cycle)
Irish poet and saint, abbot at Ard Breccáin (Ardbraccan) in Co. Meath.
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Ultán of ArdbraccanUltán of Ardbraccan
(d. 657)
Ultán moccu Chonchobair
(time-frame ass. with Ulster Cycle)
Irish poet and saint, abbot at Ard Breccáin (Ardbraccan) in Co. Meath.
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Áed of RahughÁed of Rahugh
(d. 589)
Áed mac Bricc
Áed mac Bricc, patron saint of Ráith Áeda and Cell Fháir / Áir (Rahugh and Killare, Co. Westmeath)
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Áed of RahughÁed of Rahugh
(d. 589)
Áed mac Bricc
Áed mac Bricc, patron saint of Ráith Áeda and Cell Fháir / Áir (Rahugh and Killare, Co. Westmeath)
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Dennis Groenewegen