See also: ConomorConomor
(fl. middle of the 6th century)
Cunomor, Konomor, Cunomorus
Ruler in both Cornwall or Dumnonia and Brittany.
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Mark of CornwallMark of Cornwall
(supp. fl. c.6th century)
(time-frame ass. with Arthurian literature)
An early king of Cornwall in the Tristan legend, according to which he was Iseult’s husband and Tristan’s uncle.
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(supp. fl. 6th/7th century)
A saint of Breton origin who is the subject of a Middle Cornish play, Beunans Meriasek, according to which he performed many miracles during his time in Cornwall and later returned to Brittany to become bishop of Vannes. In some Breton sources, his feast-day is 7 June, while in Camborne, it used to be celebrated on the first Friday of June.
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Saint NeotSaint Neot
(d. in or before 878)
Saint associated with St Neot, Cornwall. According to his first Life, he was an English monk of Glastonbury abbey who retreated to a life of isolation and private prayer in what became the location for the foundation of his monastery in Cornwall; his relics are said to have been translated to St Neots, Huntingdonshire.
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