On Fr, 21.08.2009, 15:57, Neil McLeod wrote:
>> Was Do Channa a prominent and
>> well-known person after his period?
> Possibly. His name is incoprporated in the name of his monastery, so his
> memory would have been kept alive by that fact alone. (See AU 847 = 848
> a further reference to it.) Both men (Osséne and Do Channa) were
> signatories to the Guarantee list for Cáin Adomnáin (in AD 697), so they
> were both important people at the time.
Anyway, it would be more sensible to put slander on Do Channa during his
lifetime or shortly afterwards than a long time later, wouldn't it?