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- n. patron saint of Wales (circa 520-600)
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The shrine of St. David in the cathedral was a famous place of pilgrimage; it is said that by favour of
St. Columba, like St. David and St. Cadoc of Wales, and like many great Irish saints, is a prince and a statesman as well as a monk.
a time with St. David at Menevia, and afterwards founding a large monastery at Llanelwy, now St. Asaph's, of which he appointed the holy monk Asaph superior in succession to himself.