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Ulster, saints oflocked

(act. c. 400–c. 650)
  • T. M. Charles-Edwards

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Ulster, saints of (act.c. 400–c. 650), were the foci of religious life in the north of Ireland. ‘Ulster’ is here an early medieval counterpart to the province of Ulster (consisting of the nine modern counties of Antrim, Down, Donegal, Londonderry, Tyrone...

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