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Saint Cadoc or Cadog (Medieval Latin: Cadocus; also Modern Welsh: Cattwg; born c. 497 or before) was a 5th–6th-century Abbot of Llancarfan, near Cowbridge in Glamorgan, Wales, a monastery famous from the era of the British church as a centre of learning, where Illtud spent the first period of his religious life under Cadoc's tutelage. Cadoc is credited with the establishment of many churches in Cornwall, Brittany, Dyfed and Scotland. He is known as Cattwg Ddoeth, "the Wise", and a large collection of his maxims and moral sayings were included in Volume III of the Myvyrian Archaiology. He is listed in the 2004 edition of the Roman Martyrology under 21 September. His Norman-era "Life" is a hagiography of importance to the case for the historicity of Arthur as one of seven saints' lives that

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  • Saint Cadoc or Cadog (Medieval Latin: Cadocus; also Modern Welsh: Cattwg; born c. 497 or before) was a 5th–6th-century Abbot of Llancarfan, near Cowbridge in Glamorgan, Wales, a monastery famous from the era of the British church as a centre of learning, where Illtud spent the first period of his religious life under Cadoc's tutelage. Cadoc is credited with the establishment of many churches in Cornwall, Brittany, Dyfed and Scotland. He is known as Cattwg Ddoeth, "the Wise", and a large collection of his maxims and moral sayings were included in Volume III of the Myvyrian Archaiology. He is listed in the 2004 edition of the Roman Martyrology under 21 September. His Norman-era "Life" is a hagiography of importance to the case for the historicity of Arthur as one of seven saints' lives that mention Arthur independently of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae. (en)
  • Kadoko - en la kimra Cattwg aŭ Catwg, tradicie Catwg Ddoeth, "Kadoko la saĝa", en la bretona Cado(u), Cadoc, Catuod, Catoc, Cadoan, Cazout, krome Kado, Kadog, Cadoc, Catoc, Catuod, latine Cadochus kaj Cadocus - estas legenda kristana sanktulo, festata la 21-an de septembro. Li naskiĝis ĉirkaŭ 522 (laŭ iuj fontoj jam en 497) en la regionoj Glamorgan, Monmouthshire aŭ Powys de Kimrio, kaj mortis laŭ iuj legendoj murdita en sia katedralo de la barbaroj - aliaj legendoj lokigas lian morton en Benevento. Pli certas ke parton de sia vivo li vivis ekster Kimrio en Bretonio, kie insulo estas nomata laŭ li kaj la nomoj de proksimume tridek loĝlokoj aludas al li. (eo)
  • Cado(u) ou Cadoc ou Catuod ou Catoc ou Cadoan ou Cazout ou Cadochus est un saint chrétien légendaire, fêté le 21 septembre. Il serait né vers 497 dans le Glamorgan (ou Powys) au Pays de Galles, et il est mort assassiné dans sa cathédrale par les Barbares. (fr)
  • Kadok z Llancarvon, również Kadok Mądry (wal.: Sant Cadog)– żyjący na przełomie V/VI wieku walijski święty Kościoła katolickiego. (pl)
  • San Cadog (o Cadoc) Ddoeth, in latino Catocus e in inglese Catock cioè il Saggio (500 circa – 580 circa), è stato un monaco gallese che divenne abate e poi vescovo; è venerato come santo dalla Chiesa cattolica. Fu uno dei più grandi santi gallesi e la sua vita si intrecciò, secondo la tradizione, con quella di re Artù. Nel 518 fondò l'abbazia di Llancarfan (di cui fu abate), vicino a Cowbridge, nel Glamorganshire, che divenne famosa come centro di studi. Il prefisso del suo nome significa battaglia. La sua vita fu scritta da Lifris di Llancarfan attorno al 1100 e sebbene sia piena di elementi leggendari, ne presenta comunque alcuni di grande interesse. (it)
  • Cadoc, of Docus, Cathmael, Cadvael of Codocus, (overleden in 580) was een bisschop en heilige uit Wales. (nl)
  • Кадок Мудрый (валл. Cadog Ddoeth; убит в 577 или 580 году) — сын Гвинлиу, правителя . Почитается как святой. Дни памяти — 21 сентября, 25 сентября в Кардиффе, в третье воскресенье сентября на французском острове (фр. Ile de St Cado), а также 24 января в иных местах. (ru)
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  • 0497-01-01 (xsd:gYear)
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  • 0580-01-01 (xsd:gYear)
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  • Abbot (en)
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  • Bishop throwing a spear, crown at feet, sometimes accompanied by a stag, a pig or a mouse (en)
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  • c. 497 (en)
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  • traditionally Kingdom of Gwynllwg,, Wales (en)
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  • Saint Cadog as represented at Belz in Brittany (en)
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  • 0001-09-21 (xsd:gMonthDay)
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  • Beneventum (en)
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  • 0001-01-24 (xsd:gMonthDay)
  • 0001-09-25 (xsd:gMonthDay)
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  • Place of death (en)
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  • Saint Cadoc (en)
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  • Glamorgan; Llancarfan; famine victims; deafness; glandular disorders (en)
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  • Kadoko - en la kimra Cattwg aŭ Catwg, tradicie Catwg Ddoeth, "Kadoko la saĝa", en la bretona Cado(u), Cadoc, Catuod, Catoc, Cadoan, Cazout, krome Kado, Kadog, Cadoc, Catoc, Catuod, latine Cadochus kaj Cadocus - estas legenda kristana sanktulo, festata la 21-an de septembro. Li naskiĝis ĉirkaŭ 522 (laŭ iuj fontoj jam en 497) en la regionoj Glamorgan, Monmouthshire aŭ Powys de Kimrio, kaj mortis laŭ iuj legendoj murdita en sia katedralo de la barbaroj - aliaj legendoj lokigas lian morton en Benevento. Pli certas ke parton de sia vivo li vivis ekster Kimrio en Bretonio, kie insulo estas nomata laŭ li kaj la nomoj de proksimume tridek loĝlokoj aludas al li. (eo)
  • Cado(u) ou Cadoc ou Catuod ou Catoc ou Cadoan ou Cazout ou Cadochus est un saint chrétien légendaire, fêté le 21 septembre. Il serait né vers 497 dans le Glamorgan (ou Powys) au Pays de Galles, et il est mort assassiné dans sa cathédrale par les Barbares. (fr)
  • Kadok z Llancarvon, również Kadok Mądry (wal.: Sant Cadog)– żyjący na przełomie V/VI wieku walijski święty Kościoła katolickiego. (pl)
  • Cadoc, of Docus, Cathmael, Cadvael of Codocus, (overleden in 580) was een bisschop en heilige uit Wales. (nl)
  • Кадок Мудрый (валл. Cadog Ddoeth; убит в 577 или 580 году) — сын Гвинлиу, правителя . Почитается как святой. Дни памяти — 21 сентября, 25 сентября в Кардиффе, в третье воскресенье сентября на французском острове (фр. Ile de St Cado), а также 24 января в иных местах. (ru)
  • Saint Cadoc or Cadog (Medieval Latin: Cadocus; also Modern Welsh: Cattwg; born c. 497 or before) was a 5th–6th-century Abbot of Llancarfan, near Cowbridge in Glamorgan, Wales, a monastery famous from the era of the British church as a centre of learning, where Illtud spent the first period of his religious life under Cadoc's tutelage. Cadoc is credited with the establishment of many churches in Cornwall, Brittany, Dyfed and Scotland. He is known as Cattwg Ddoeth, "the Wise", and a large collection of his maxims and moral sayings were included in Volume III of the Myvyrian Archaiology. He is listed in the 2004 edition of the Roman Martyrology under 21 September. His Norman-era "Life" is a hagiography of importance to the case for the historicity of Arthur as one of seven saints' lives that (en)
  • San Cadog (o Cadoc) Ddoeth, in latino Catocus e in inglese Catock cioè il Saggio (500 circa – 580 circa), è stato un monaco gallese che divenne abate e poi vescovo; è venerato come santo dalla Chiesa cattolica. (it)
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  • Cadoc (en)
  • Kadoko (eo)
  • Saint Cado (fr)
  • Cadog Ddoeth (it)
  • Kadok z Llancarvon (pl)
  • Cadoc (nl)
  • Кадок Мудрый (ru)
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  • Saint Cadoc (en)
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