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Tysilio [St Tysilio, Suliau]locked

(fl. c. 600)
  • David E. Thornton

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Tysilio [St Tysilio, Suliau] (fl.c. 600), holy man, was patron of the monastic church at Meifod in Montgomeryshire. His feast day is celebrated on 8 November. Although he is the chief saint of Powys in north-east Wales, very little relating to him survives from ...

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