The History of the English Church and People

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Barnes & Noble Publishing, 2005 - England - 402 pages
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User Review  - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing

This is primarily an ecclesiastical record, but the best we have about a time period that has only the Anglo Saxon Chronicles as another written source. The writing is pedestrian, but it's a translation, so one could hope the original is spritely. But we have it at all, so.... Read full review

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User Review  - drmaf - LibraryThing

An interesting eyewitness view of England in the process of formation. Far from being the dreary "Venomous Bede" which many people seem to remember from school, this is an engaging and sometimes quite ... Read full review

Contents

BOOK I
1
CAIUS JULIUS CESAR THE FIRST ROMAN
7
HOW THE PROVINCE OF THE MIDLAND ANGLES
145
KING PENDA BEING SLAIN THE MERCIANS RECEIVED
151
COLMAN BEING WORSTED RETURNED HOME TUDA
161
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