The Voyage of St Brendan, first written down over a thousand years ago, recounts the strange adventures of a sixth-century abbot and his crew of monks, as they wander the oceans for seven years in their sturdy leather boat.
This edition also contains translated extracts from biographies of Brendan written in Latin and Irish, an introduction and suggestions for further reading.
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About the Author
Simon Webb lives near the ancient English city of Durham, and writes books and articles on history and religion, as well as novels and poetry. He has previously written books on the northern saints, including Aidan, Cuthbert and Bede.