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Site Bretagne.com :
prénom féminin, fête le 22 mars
Origine du prénom
Soeur cadette de saint Patrick, patron des Irlandais, elle épousa Conan Mériadec, roi de Bretagne.
Site Dochara :
Darerca (dahr-erka) : An Irish saint from Co Kerry who may have been related to St Patrick. If you believe names influence a child's future be careful with this one - the original bearer of the name had 19 children!
Site Early British Kingdoms :
.KINGS OF ARMORICA [BRITTANY; BRETAGNE] [BRITTANY; BRETAGNE]
383-421 01. CONAN "MERIADOC", reckoned "first" King of Armorica [Vannetais], which then was a Roman province, given to him by the Roman Emperor MAXIMUS as his family’s estate or as a client-kingdom of the Roman Empire; the kingdom later became the British province of Brittany, and now is the French province of Bretagne; 14th in male-line descent from St. James, one of Jesus' so-called "brothers"; and, 56th in male-line descent from Israel's King David
+1 [betrothed to] St. Ursula, daughter & heiress of King Dionotus II of Britain, however, during the voyage she was taken hostage by Irish pirates, raped & murdered along with her 10 [not 1000] ladies-in-waiting
=2 Dareca (Darerea), contrary to some copyist notation, she was not St. Patrick’s sister, but was his distant relative
(a) Urban (Erbin)
(b) Gradlon I "Mur"