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Deicolus [St Deicolus, Deicola]locked

(d. c. 625)
  • Dagmar Ó Riain-Raedel

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Deicolus [St Deicolus, Deicola] (d.c. 625), Benedictine monk and hermit, was allegedly a companion of St Columbanus of Luxeuil and Bobbio (d. 615), and a half-brother of Gall of St Gallen. His feast day is 18 January.

According to his life, written about 965, sickness prevented ...

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