Saint Keyne (also referred to as Keane, Kayane Keyna, Cenau, Cenedion, Ceinwen) was a 5th-century holy woman and hermitess who said to have traveled widely through what is now South Wales and Cornwall.

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  • Saint Keyne (also referred to as Keane, Kayane Keyna, Cenau, Cenedion, Ceinwen) was a 5th-century holy woman and hermitess who said to have traveled widely through what is now South Wales and Cornwall. (en)
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  • Saint Keyne (also referred to as Keane, Kayane Keyna, Cenau, Cenedion, Ceinwen) was a 5th-century holy woman and hermitess who said to have traveled widely through what is now South Wales and Cornwall. (en)
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