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Meath, saints oflocked

(act. c. 400–c. 900)
  • Nathalie Stalmans
  •  and T. M. Charles-Edwards

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Meath, saints of (act.c. 400–c. 900), holy men and women who were subjects of a cult within the lands of the southern Uí Néill, flourished mainly between the fifth century and the early seventh. The area (the early medieval Brega, Mide...

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