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by Reginald B. Hale
It is this story that Reginald Hale set out to trace, by visiting the places that tradition associates with Mungo's life.
Mungo, the founder of Scotland's largest city, was born around 525 AD. This makes him a contemporary of the legendary King Arthur of Britain, and situates him firmly in the sixth century, the so-called "lost century" when, in the breakdown of the Roman Empire, records were no longer kept and even the method of dating years was lost. N This book is published in English. It is this story that Reginald Hale set out to trace, by visiting the places that tradition associates with Mungo's life.
a b Hale, Reginald B. (14 June 1989). The Beloved St. Mungo, Founder of Glasgow". University of Ottawa Press – via Google Books. "Saint Mungo", Saint Mungo's Church, Glasgow. a b Hunter-Blair, Oswald. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Saint Kentigern". a b "St Mungo and his mysterious deeds". a b "Kentigern", Foghlam Alba Archived 6 May 2014 at the Wayback Machine. Duggan, Joseph J. (1987). In Chrétien de Troyes; Burton Raffel, Yvain, the Knight of the Lion, pp. 214–216.
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This wonderful book is about St. Kentigern, also known as Mungo, which means "the beloved". While recounting Mungo's life from conception to death and all episodes therein, the author tells a flowing, entertaining tale. Photos are included from such places Mungo is associated with in Wales, Cumbria, and Scotland.
These sources were used only for their information regarding the church itself and as an image source. 7. See Stobo Kirk, The Ram’s Horn Studio; Reginald B. Hale, The Beloved Saint Mungo, Founder of Glasgow (Canada: University of Ottawa Press, 1989), Google eBook. However, this is not an issue since the stained glass work primarily speaks for itself, especially considering its included subtitle of Kentigern Myrddin, the positions of the figures, and their clothing.
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Personal Name: Hale, Reginald . 1911-. Publication, Distribution, et. Ottawa Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: St. Rubrics: Christian saints, Celtic Great Britain Biography.
Saint Mungo appears in the crest of Glasgow's coat of arms along with his . a b, University of Ottawa Press, 1989The Beloved St. Mungo, Founder of GlasgowHale, Reginald . ^ a b Hunter-Blair, Oswald.
Saint Mungo appears in the crest of Glasgow's coat of arms along with his miracles. 13 January 614(614-01-13) Glasgow. The Magnificent Gael 1976, World Media Productions Baring-Gould, Sabine & Fisher, John (1907: 2000) Lives of the British Saints. Felinfach: Llanerch (Facsim. reprint in 8 parts of the 4 vol. ed. published: London: Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, 1907-1913. The Catholic Encyclopedia. Vol. 8. New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1910.
This book is published in English. St. Mungo, the founder of Scotland's largest city, was born around 525 AD. Nothing was written about Mungo until the twelfth century, but his story was passed down by his people in the oral tradition