The History of the English Church and People

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Barnes & Noble Publishing, 2005 - England - 402 pages
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Bede's chronicle of the rise, expansion, and consolidation of Roman Catholicism among the Anglo-Saxon tribes in England from the fifth through the early part of the eighth centuries. Bede is one of ... Read full review

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Written in the midst of the 'Dark ages' by a monk of Jarrow monastery, in the modern country of Northumberland, England, this book is more than a historical text, it is the story of a people, and ... 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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