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- d. 715
- Uí Máil
Cellach Cualann, king of Uí Máil (r. 680-715) and king of Leinster (r. 693-715)
Cellach of Cualu See: Cellach Cualann
- supp. fl. 6th/7th century
- Cell Alaid
Cellach mac Éogain, a bishop of Cell Alaid (Killala, Co. Mayo) who is portrayed in the story of Caithréim Cellaig.
- d. 706
Irish churchman, fourth abbot of St Fursa’s foundation in Péronne, Neustria, in what became Picardy, France. From William of Malmesbury, he is known to have corresponded with Aldhelm. He has been identified as the author of a number of Latin poems. The Lorsch annals give his obit under 706.
Cellanus of Péronne See: Cellán of Péronne
Celtcha(i)r mac U(i)thechair, warrior in the Ulster Cycle of tales.
Celtchar mac Uithechair See: Celtchar
Celtchar mac Uthechair See: Celtchar