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Lugmad/Lugbad (Louth)

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See also: Caínchomrac [abbot of Louth]Caínchomrac ... abbot of Louth
(903?)
Caínchomrac, abbot of Lugmad/Lugbad (Louth), described in AU as bishop and princeps of that monastery; associated with Inis Éndaim/-doim (now Inchenagh) in Loch Rí (Lough Ree).
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Cuanu [abbot of Louth]Cuanu
(d. 825)
abbot of Lugmad (Louth)
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FursaFursa
(fl. 7th century)
Irish monk and missionary
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Mochtae of LouthMochta(e) of Louth
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MacShamhráin, Ailbhe, Nora White, Aidan Breen, and Kim R. McCone, Monasticon Hibernicum: early Christian ecclesiastical settlement in Ireland, 5th to 12th centuries, Online: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, School of Celtic Studies. URL: <https://monasticon.celt.dias.ie>.
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