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Columban, Saint, 543-615

LC control no.n 83800471
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPA8310.C67
Personal name headingColumban, Saint, 543-615
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Variant(s)Colombano, Saint, 543-615
Columba, the Younger, 543-615
Columbanus, Saint, 543-615
See alsoFounded corporate body: Monastère de Luxeuil (Luxeuil-les-Bains, France)
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Founded corporate body: Bobbio (Abbey : Bobbio, Italy)
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Associated countryIreland
Associated placeLuxeuil-les-Bains (France) Bobbio (Italy)
Birth date0543
Death date0615
Profession or occupationMissionaries Monks
Special noteNot to be confused with Columba, Saint, 521-597
Found inColumbanus and Merovingian monasticism, 1981: t.p. (Columbanus)
LC data base, 12/12/83 (hdg.: Columban, Saint, 543-615; usage: Columbanus; Columba, the Younger; Columban)
Enc. Brit. (Columban (Columbanus) Saint, b. ca. 543, d. 11/23/615)
Enc. Am. (Columbanus, Saint; known also as Columban; Columba the Younger)
His Istruzioni; e, Regola dei monaci, 1997: t.p. (San Colombano)
Wikipedia, 7 April 2015 (Columbanus; Columbán; 543-21 November 615; Irish missionary who founded number of monasteries in the European continent from around 590, includiung Luxeuil Abbey (France) and Bobbio Abbey (Italy))
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