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Senbecc ua Eibric See: Senbecc

  • fl. 6th–7th century
Irish poet associated with Gúaire Aidne, king of Connacht; popular figure in Irish literary tradition, notably as one credited for having retrieved the Táin and, especially in Tromdám Gúaire, as the leader of a band of poets seeking to test the limits of Gúaire’s hospitality.

Sentainne Bérri See: Caillech Bérri

  • supp. fl. 6th/7th century
  • Culross
Saint associated with Culross abbey and the area of southwest Fife.
  • late 4th century / early 5th century
  • Italy
Maurus Servius Honoratus, late antique grammarian known for his commentaries on the works of Vergil and a number of other works, such as notes on Donatus’ Ars grammatica.
Third son of Adam and Eve; father of Enos.
  • s. xx4/4–xxi
  • 1954–2020
  • s. xx–xxi
  • s. xx–xxi