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Deiniol [St Deiniol, Daniel]locked

(d. 584)
  • T. M. Charles-Edwards

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Deiniol [St Deiniol, Daniel] (d. 584), bishop of Bangor and founder of monasteries, is first recorded in the early ninth-century Irish martyrology of Tallaght, where his feast day is given as 11 September; this agrees with almost all the later Welsh calendars. In the martyrology of ...

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