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- sup. fl. late 5th century
British saint known for his legendary career in Wales and Brittany, where he is said to have founded a monastery and episcopate at Saint-Pol-de-Léon, which bears his name.
Paulus Orosius See: Orosius
Pearse (Patrick Henry) See: Patrick Pearse
- fl. c.390–418
theologian and author, who was identified by contemporaries as being of British origin.
- d. 655
son of Pybba, was king of Mercia
- d. 26 December 1777
A speaker of Cornish as late as the 18th century, who was later claimed to have been among the last native speakers to have been fluent in Cornish.
Perse (Henry) See: Henry Piers