Glenn dá Locha was certainly the seat of a
bishop, but at some time it was amalgamated with
the see of Dublin. I'm not sure if both
archbishops are formally 'of Dublin and
Glendalough'. This of course does not mean that
Suí Chaim is a reference to GdL, though.
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At 2:18 this afternoon Berlin time David Stifter wrote:
>> I think David mentioned "Cáem" somewhere along the line which would
>> have been my first thought also. I wouldn't be surprised if most
>> mentions of Suí in the text relate to bishoprics. Suí Chaim could
>> then imply Gleann Dá Loch as "the See of Kevin".
>Is/Was Glenn dá Locha a bishopric? I would find it rather
>extraordinary if the name "Cáemgen" were abbreviated as "Cáem".
>> Beyond that, I wonder hypothetically if the use of the form from
>> esséirge could be referring to the missing part of Caoimhghin's name,
>> playing on the word "gein" in the context of resurrection(/rebirth?)
>> to imply his comharba.
>Well, resurrection is not rebirth...