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- 7th century
hermit; brother of Gúaire Aidne, king of Connacht
- d. 653
king of the Uí Maine; husband of Créd ingen Gúaire in Scéla Cano meic Gartnáin
Marcellus ... Moengal See: Moengal [Marcellus]
Marcellus Empiricus See: Marcellus of Bordeaux
- fl. c. 408
An official under Emperor Theodosius and a medical author who was active in the region of Bordeaux. His treatise De medicamentis (liber) (c. 408), which prescribes drugs and treatments for a variety of ailments, contains two incantations that are usually thought to be Gaulish in origin.
Widely venerated virgin saint and martyr.
Marianus of Ratisbon See: Marianus Scottus of Regensburg
- fl. 1028–1082/3
- Mag Bile, Fulda, Cologne, abbey of St Martin, Mainz, abbey of St Martin
Marianus Scottus of Mainz See: Marianus Scottus [Máel Brigte]
- d. 1080 x 1083
- Regensburg, abbey of St James
Irish scribe, who founded the Irish monastic community at Regensburg (Ratisbon) in Bavaria, the first of the Schottenklöster to be founded in southern Germany.
- fl. late 12th century
Medieval poet from France, who was active at the court of King Henry II; author of twelve Lais, an Isopet (collection of fables), and the Espurgatoire seint Partiz
- fl. 1st/2nd c. AD
- supp. fl. c.6th century
An early king of Cornwall in the Tristan legend, according to which he was Iseult’s husband and Tristan’s uncle.
English churchman in the Church of Ireland, who served as bishop of Ferns and Leighlin (1683–1689), archbishop of Cashel (1691–1694), archbishop of Dublin (1694–1703) and finally as archbishop of Armagh (1703–1713). He founded Marsh's Library in Dublin.