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  • s. xx–xxi
  • fl. first half of the 5th century
Gaulish churchman who according to Prosper of Aquitaine, was sent in 431 by Pope Celestine to become the ‘first bishop to the Irish believing in Christ’.
  • 1727–1797
Welsh lawyer and antiquary

Manuscript collections include: Fonds latin, Fonds des nouvelles acquisitions latines, Fonds grec, Fonds supplément grec, onds celtique et basque and Fonds français.

  • 1504–1575
  • Canterbury
archbishop of Canterbury, antiquarian and patron.
  • 1682?–1714
  • Oxford, Jesus College, Oxford, Ashmolean Museum
Welsh scholar from Cardigan, who assisted Edward Lhuyd on his travels in Wales, Scotland, Ireland and Brittany, and became keeper of the Ashmolean in Oxford.

Parry Owen (Ann) See: Ann Parry Owen