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joint high-king of Ireland; son of Áed Sláine mac Díarmata
  • fl. second half of the 8th century
Irish poet, son of Cú Brettan mac Congusso (of the Fir Roiss in modern-day Co. Monaghan) and brother of Donn Bó.
  • d. 825
  • Iona
Blathmac (Blaímac) mac Flainn, abbot of Iona
  • s. xx–xxi
  • fl. c.1200
  • fl. c. 1258–1284
  • s. xx–xxi
  • s. xx–xxi
  • 1974–2018
In Acallam na senórach, a son of the Dagda.
  • fl. 18th century
  • Mousehole
William Bodinar (previously misread as Bodener), a fisherman of Mousehole, known today for a (partially) bilingual English-Cornish letter, dated 1776, which he wrote to the lawyer and antiquary Daines Barrington and bears witness to a remnant of the Cornish language.
  • s. xx–xxi
  • d. 524
Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius, a Roman senator, statesman, philosopher and historian. His best known work may be De consolatione philosophiae, which he wrote in prison after running into conflict at the Ostrogothic court. Others include De topicis differentiis, De institutione arithmetica, De institutione musica and five theological treatises known collectively as the Opuscula sacra.