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- fl. 12th century
Anglo-Norman poet and author of a versified adaptation of the Navigatio sancti Brendani, which he dedicated to Aaliz, identifiable with Henry I’s second wife Adeliza of Louvain (or according to another MS, to Mahalt la reine, who is identifiable with Henry’s first wife, Edith Matilda).
- fl.c. 1150
English Benedictine monk at St Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, who wrote a life of St Dyfrig.
King of the Britons; father of Artúir in Acallam na senórach.
Bennett (Arthur) See: Art Mac Bionaid
Béoáed mac Ocláin See: Béoáed of Ardcarn
- Ard Carna ... Ardcarn parish, Co. Roscommon
patron of Ard Carna (Ardcarn parish, Co. Roscommon)
Bera ... daughter of the king of Spain See: Moméra [alias Bera]
Berach mac Amairgin See: Berach of Kilbarry