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Eric Bloodaxe - King of Northumbria - Life of St Cathróe
... As hinted above, the Life of the Scottish saint Cathróe of Metz, written by a cleric (Reimann) who claimed to have been a former pupil of the saint, may ... St Cathróe, a Scottish saint with a Brythonic name, visited a certain King Eric (Erichus) in York as he proceeded southwards from his native Strathclyde and Cumbria to Loida civitas ... Based on internal evidence for the saint's itinerary, Cathróe's stay is to be dated between 940 x 943, when Constantine (II) left the kingdom of Scotland to Malcolm (I), and 946, when ...
Eric Bloodaxe - Marriage
... The Life of St Cathróe of Metz, written c ... him for some time", the King of the Cumbrians conducted Cathróe to Loidam Civitatem, the boundary between the Normanni ("Scandinavians") and the Cumbri ("Britons") And there he was received by a ... An early suggestion is that the name for the king in York in the Life of Cathróe has been erroneously supplanted for Eric's predecessor Amlaíb Cuarán (Olaf Sihtricsson), whose (second) wife Dúnflaith was ...
Cathróe Of Metz - Pilgrimage
... Visions persuaded Cathróe to leave Scotland as a pilgrim ... Cathróe entered the "house of the blessed Brigit", presumed to be the monastery dedicated to Saint Brigid of Kildare at Abernethy ... Cumbrians' land." The writer tells us that King Dovenaldus ruled the Cumbrians, and that he was Cathróe's kinsman ...
Cathróe Of Metz
... Saint Cathróe (circa 900–971) was a monk and abbot ... death by a monk at the monastery of Saint Felix at Metz, where Cathróe was abbot ... Miracles of healing were attributed to Cathróe during his life, and he was considered a saint after his death ...
Cathróe Of Metz - Origins
... One clue to Cathróe's background, his name, has also proved to be a stumbling block ... He points out that the personal name Cathróe is attested in Old and Middle Irish and can be explained as a compound meaning "battle-field" (Cath, cognate with Welsh cat, + róe) ... Cathróe was born circa 900 ...