Cybar (or Cibar; Lat. Eparchius), a French anchorite, at first entered the monastery of Sedaciac, in Perigord, but afterwards secluded himself in a cell nearAngouleme, where he was patronized by Aptonius II the bishop of Angouleme, who ordained him priest. As he became popular, disciples flocked. to him for instruction, and a monastery sprung up. He died July 1, 581, having occupied his cell for thirty-nine years. He is commemorated July 1. See Smith, Dict. of Christ. Biog. s.v.