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1 Fiche signalétique

s. Dagan
Vie / Buhez : évêque irlandais au 7e siècle à Ennereilly, fils de Coeltighearna
Genre / Reizh : Masculin
Signification / Sinifiañs : origine Irlandaise, Dagan=Petit bon, Surnom du dieu Dagda
Variantes / Argemmoù : Dagan (Irlande) -

2 Almanach

le 13 septembre 2024 ~ d'an 13 a viz Gwengolo 2024
Saint(e) du jour ~ Sant(ez) an deiz s. Dagan (évêque irlandais au 7e siècle à Ennereilly, fils de Coeltighearna)
Proverbe breton ~ Krennlavar Brum diwar ar c'hoad, Glav ken e strak. [Brume venant du bois, pluie tellement qu'elle claque.]

Almanach complet : [Calendrier:Vie des saints]

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4 Iconographie

cidre celtique
cidre celtique

5 Monographies

Site Irish Midlands Ancestry :

St. Coemhan or "Kavan," to whom Anatrim was thus committed, was probably a native of the County Wicklow, and was certainly a member of what may, with reason, be called a family of Saints. He was brother or step-brother of (1) the great St. Caoimhghin or Kevin of Glendalough, who died in 618, aged, it is said, 120 years; (2) St. Nathchoemhi or Mo-Chuemhin, Abbot of Terryglass, in Lower Ormond; (3) St. Coemola or Melda, mother of St. Abban the younger, which latter was born about 520; and of (4) St. Coeltighearna, mother of (a) St. Dagan of Ennereilly, Co. Wicklow; (b) St. Molibba, Abbot and Bishop of Glendalough; (c) St. Menocus or Enanus of Glenealy, Co. Wicklow, and (d) St. Mobhai. In early life, St. Coemhan, with his brother, St. Nathchoemhi, and St. Fintan of Clonenagh, received his religious training in St. Columba's Monastery of Terryglass. The date of his death must be somewhere about the year 6oo. The Martyrology of Donegal thus commemorates him on his feast day, Nov. 3rd:

"Caemhan of Eanach-truim, in Laoighis, in the west of Leinster. He was of the race of Labhraidh Lorc, monarch of Erin, and brother of Caoimhghin of Gleann-da-locha.

Historiam Ecclesiasticam Gentis Anglorum :