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St Regulus also known as St. Rule - Also known as St Rule, he is represented in the Procession as a Celtic monk. According to this tradition he arrived in East Fife (known as Mucross - promontory of the Boars) around the time of Columba, coming, like the latter, from Ireland. There are two local legends which represent St Regulus as a Greek monk, in both of which it is stated that he brought the remains of St Andrew here from Patmos. Within the grounds of the Cathedral is the tower of St Regulus, which is all that remains of a late pre-Norman church.