Lismore, School of
Lismore, School of
Founded in the year 635 by St. Carthach the Younger

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  • Lismore Abbey — is a former monastery in Lismore, County Waterford, Ireland, reportedly in its day the most celebrated in the South of Ireland. Its site is now occupied by Lismore Castle.It was founded in the year 635 by St Mochuda, also known as St. Carthage,… …   Wikipedia

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