“He then went to the sons of Erc; they carried off Patrick's horses, and”
“Tara  to fetch Erc son of thy daughter Fedlimid Nocruthach ( 'Nine-shaped'), son also of Carbre Niafer  king of Tara,  to the end that he should come with the number of his muster and his troops, his levy and his forces to our host at this time.”
“Erc macFedilmithi: an Ulster hero, son of Fedlimid and grandson of”
“But, one thing I think likely, that they are the men of Temair with  the well-favoured, wonderful, noble youth  Erc son of Fedilmid Nocruthach,”
“Erc he requested the latter and Deithin to give him the child to foster, and with this request Erc complied.”
“Ulster, except that I think it is the men of Temair about a lad proper, wonderful, noble: with Erc, son of Coirpre Niafer and of”
“When Dobhran had heard and seen these things concerning his kinsman Erc he requested the latter and Deithin to give him the child to foster, and with this request Erc complied.”
“Through the grace of God, these, i.e. Erc and Deithin, believed in God and Colman, and they delivered the child for baptism to Colman who baptised him thereupon, giving him the name of Declan.”
“The king had given orders that no sign of respect was to be extended to the strangers, but at the first meeting the youthful Erc, a royal page, arose to show him reverence; and at the second, when all the chieftains were assembled, the chief-bard Dubhtach showed the same honour to the saint.”
“The first bishop whom we find mentioned in connection with the history of Kerry, was named Erc, and there can be no reasonable doubt that this bishop was St. Erc of Slane, who died according to the Annals of Ulster in 512.”
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