Cerban (Corbanus, or Cuirbin), bishop of FeartCearbain, at Teamhair, is given by Colgan Actu Sunictorum, s. a. 473, c. 4) as one of the disciples of St. Ciaran of Saighir, and is identified with St. Cotbanus, who was the friend of St. Mochteus, and is venerated as Cuirbin the Devout on July 20. Colgan calls him presbyter Corbanus, and says a church was dedicated to him in Galway, and named after him Kill-Corbain. He died A.D. 504, or shortly before, according to the Irish annals.

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