Columban, St.

Columban, St., an Irish missionary, who, with twelve companions, settled in Gaul in 585; founded two monasteries, but was banished for the offence of rebuking the king; went to Italy, founded a monastery at Bobbio, where he died 616.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Columba, St. * Columbia
Colossæ
Colossians, The Epistle to the
Colossus
Colot
Colour-blindness
Colour-sergeant
Colquhoun, John
Colston, Edward
Colt, Samuel
Columba, St.
Columban, St.
Columbia
Columbia, British
Columbus
Columbus, Bartholomew
Columbus, Christopher
Columella, Junius
Colu`thus
Colvin, Sidney
Comacchio
Combe, Andrew, M.D.

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