Cyniberct (Cyneberht, or Kinbert; Lat. Cunnberthus). SEE CYNEBERHT.

1. Abbot of Hrentford or Redbridge. He baptized, A.D. 686, the two sons of Arvald, king of the Isle of Wight, before they were put to death by" Caedwalla (Bede. H.E. 4:16).

2. A deacon of Cuthbert. He was archbishop of Canterbury, and is mentioned in a letter from Boniface to his master (Boniface, Epp. ed. Giles, 1:139).

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