Charles-Edwards, T. M.





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Charles-Edwards, T. M., “Ulster, saints of (act. c.400–c.650)”, Oxford dictionary of national biography, Online: Oxford University Press, 2007. 51011. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/51011.

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“Ulster, saints of (act. c.400–c.650)”
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ODNB (2004-present)
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2007
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T. M. Charles-Edwards, ‘[Multiple contributions]’ in Oxford dictionary of national biography... (2004-2011,2004-present)
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biographies
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Assicus [Tassach]Assicus ... Tassach
Tassach ... Assicus
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Brónach of KilbroneyBrónach
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Comgall of BangorComgall of Bangor
(d. 601/602)
Comgall mac Sétnai, Comgall moccu Araidi
Comgall (mac Sétnai) moccu Araidi, patron saint of Bangor
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Daig of InishkeenDaig (mac Cairill) of Inishkeen
(d. 587)
Daig mac Cairill
early Irish saint, patron of Inis Caín Dega (now Inishkeen or Inniskeen, Co. Monaghan)
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Daig of InishkeenDaig (mac Cairill) of Inishkeen
(d. 587)
Daig mac Cairill
early Irish saint, patron of Inis Caín Dega (now Inishkeen or Inniskeen, Co. Monaghan)
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Do Biu of InchDo Biu of Inch
Do Biu mac Comgaill
Do Biu mac Comgaill, patron saint of Inis Causcraid (Inch parish, Co. Down)
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Díchu mac TrichimDíchu mac Trichim
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Ercnat of DuneaneErcnat of Duneane
(fl. 5th–6th century)
Ercnat ingen Dáire
patron saint of Dún Dá Én (Duneane parish, Toome, Co. Antrim)
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Findbarr moccu FiatachFindbarr moccu Fiatach
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Mac Caírthinn of ClogherMac Caírthinn of Clogher
Mac Caírthinn mac Cainnig
Mac Caírthinn mac Cainnig
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Mac Nisse of ConnorMac Nisse of Connor
(d. 507/8?)
Mac Nisse mac Faíbrig
Mac Nisse (mac Faíbrig), early Irish saint of the Cruithne, patron of Condere (Connor, Co. Antrim), who is portrayed in the Tripartite Life of St Patrick as a contemporary of that saint.
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Mo Chóe of NendrumMo Chóe of Nendrum
(supp. d. 497)
Mo Chóe mac Luacháin
also Caelan/Coelan, patron saint of Noendruimm (modern Nendrum, Co. Down), on Mahee island in Strangford Lough.
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Mo Laisse mac Nad FroíchMo Laisse mac Nad Froích
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Mo Ninne of KillevyMo Ninne of Killevy
(first half of the sixth century (d. 517, s.a. AU))
Dar Ercae of Killevy
founder and patron saint of Cell Shléibe (Killevy, Co. Armagh); daughter of Mochta, a nobleman of the Conailli Muirthemne.
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Muru of FahanMuru of Fahan
(c.600–c.650)
Mura of Fahan, Muru mac Feradaig
founder and patron saint of Othain (now Fahan, Inishowen barony, Co. Donegal)
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Olcán of ArmoyOlcán of Armoy
(supp. fl. 5th century)
Olcán
patron saint of Airther Maige (Armoy, Co. Antrim), who appears (in a negative light) in the Tripartite Life of Saint Patrick.
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Olcán of ArmoyOlcán of Armoy
(supp. fl. 5th century)
Olcán
patron saint of Airther Maige (Armoy, Co. Antrim), who appears (in a negative light) in the Tripartite Life of Saint Patrick.
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Sillán of BangorSillán of Bangor
Sillán moccu Mind
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Tigernach mac CoirpriTigernach mac Coirpri
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Éogan of ArdstrawÉogan of Ardstraw
Éogan mac Dega
Éogan mac Dega
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Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen