Ecclesiastical History of England, by Bede

Index

Aaron, British Martyr, 18.

Aaron, High Priest, 361.

“Abbots, Anonymous History of the,” editorial references to, xxxv, 257 n., 389 n.;
and see Bede.

Abercorn or Aebbercurnig, Monastery of, xxix, 286.

Abraham's Oak, 342.

Abraham's Tomb, 341.

Acca, friend of Bede, afterwards Bishop of Hexham, in succession to Wilfrid, xxx, 161, 248, 357, 358, 379 n., 381;
his attachment to Wilfrid, 161, 355, 358;
driven from his see, 161, 390;
his good works, musical gifts and learning, 358;
educated by Bosa, 358.

Acha, sister of Edwin, wife of Ethelfrid, and mother of Oswald, 147, 383 n.

Acts of the Apostles, quoted, 11, 197, 304, 335, 371.

“Adalbert, Life of,” editorial reference to, 143 n.

Adam, 130, 341 n.;
his tomb, 341.

Adamnan, Abbot of Iona, 140 n., 285 n.;
his work on the Holy Places (“De Locis Sanctis”), xxii, xxx, 337, 338;
his “Life of St. Columba,” 336 n.;
his missions to King Aldfrid, 336, 372;
converts the Irish to the Catholic Easter and ecclesiastical tonsure, 336, 337, 372, 373;
his death, 337;
receives Arculf, 338;
return to Ireland, 373.

Adamnan, Monk of Coldingham, foretells the burning of Coldingham Monastery, xxix, 283, 284;
his vision, 281, 283, 284;
his penitence, 282, 283;
his austerity, 281, 282, 283.

Ad Barvae, or At the Wood, Monastery of, 219, 231.

Adda, Northumbrian priest, xxvii, 180, 181.

Addi, a thegn, 308.

Adeodatus, 179 n.

Adgefrin, see Yeavering.

Adtuifyrdi, see Twyford.

Adulwald, see Eadbald.

Aebba, Abbess of Coldingham, half-sister of Oswy, 260, 283, 284;
account of, 260 n.;
her name, 260 n.;
founds the monasteries of Ebchester and Coldingham, 260 n.;
her friendship for Cuthbert, 260 n.;
intercedes for Wilfrid, 260 n., 352 n.;
her death, 284.

Aebbercurnig, see Abercorn.

Aecci, Bishop of Dunwich, 231.

Aedan, King of Scots, defeated by Ethelfrid, 73, 74.

Aedgils, fellow priest of Bede, 284.

Aelfric (“Grammaticus”) editorial reference to, 288 n.

Aelfric, father of Osric, 134, 164 n.

Aelfwine, brother of Egfrid, 267, 385.

Aelli, King of Deira, 73, 83;
Gregory's pun on his name, 83.

Aelli, King of Sussex, first Bretwalda, 94, 245 n.

Aenhere, King of the Hwiccas, 246.

Aescwine, Sub-king of Wessex, 241 n.

Aesica, a little boy dedicated to religion, xxxiii, 234.

Aetherius, Archbishop of Lyons, 44, 49, 63.

Aetius, the Consul, 26, 27;
put to death by Valentinian, 27, 41.

Aetla, Bishop of Dorchester, 272, 273.

Aetswinapathe, see Ouestraefelda.

Africa, Churches of, 196.

Agabus, the prophet, 11.

Agatha, St., 265.

Agatho, Pope, 254 n.;
sends John the precentor to report on the English Church, 257, 258, 259;
holds a Synod against the Monothelites, 352;
tries Wilfrid's cause, 352, 353, 354.

Agatho, a priest, companion of Agilbert, 195.

Agilbert, missionary to the West Saxons, Bishop of Dorchester, 147, 148, 149, 194, 241;
offended by Coinwalch, returns to Gaul, 150;
made Bishop of Paris, 150, 350;
refuses to return to England, and sends Leutherius in his place, 150, 151;
at the Whitby Synod, 195, 196, 201;
his ignorance of English, 196;
entertains Theodore, 215;
consecrates Wilfrid, 206, 350.

Agnes, St., 54 n., 265.

Agricola, 11 n.

Agricola, son of Severianus, a Pelagian, 32.

Aidan, Monk of Iona, Abbot and Bishop of Lindisfarne, xxv, xxvi, 4 n., 139 n., 140, 201, 347 n.;
Bede's admiration for, xxxix;
his mission to Northumbria, 138, 144, 146, 376;
his life, 144, 146;
ordination, 144;
his character, 138, 144, 145, 170, 171;
his doctrine, 144, 145;
his good example, 144, 145;
his rebuke to Corman, 145;
gives his horse to a beggar, 165;
his friendship for Oswin, 165, 166;
death, 166, 169, 192, 288 n., 384;
his prevision of Oswin's death, 166;
foretells and calms a storm, 166, 167;
his miracles, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170;
at Farne, 168;
saves Bamborough from fire, 168;
his body translated to Lindisfarne, 169, 202;
his observance of Easter, 170, 171, 193;
his disciples, 202, 208;
his rule, 290;
persuades Hilda to return to Northumbria, 271;
consecrates Heiu as a nun, 271.

Aire, the River, 189 n.

Akeburgh (perhaps Jacobsburgh), 132 n.

Alani, the, 22, 41.

Alaric, 22.

Alban, St., xxiii, 39;
his conversion, 14, 15, 16;
Lives of, 15 n.;
miracles, 17;
his tomb, 36;
his blood, 36.

Albinus, Abbot of St. Augustine's Monastery, Canterbury, in succession to Hadrian, xxx, 2 n., 3, 357;
his scholarship, 2, 357;
furnishes Bede with materials for the “Ecclesiastical History,” 2, 3.

Albion, early name of Britain, 5.

Alchfled, daughter of Oswy, wife of Peada, 180, 191.

Alchfrid, King of Deira, son of Oswy, xxvii, 195, 206, 377 n.;
rebels against Oswy, 163, 207 n.;
account of, 163 n.;
converts Peada, 180;
death, 180 n.;
at the battle of the Winwaed, 188;
friendship for Wilfrid, 194, 350;
his observance of Easter, 194, 195;
at Whitby, 195;
friendship for Coinwalch of Wessex, 350.

Alcluith, or Dumbarton, see Dumbarton.

Alcuin, his letter to the monks of Wearmouth, xxxv;
his influence on learning, xxxvi;
his anecdote of Bede, xxxvii;
his “De Sanct. Ebor.” quoted, 243 n., 273 n.;
his “Life of Wilbrord” quoted, 143 n.;
ref. to, 319 n., 320, 323 n., 325 n.

Aldbert, Bishop of Dunwich, 379, 380.

Aldfrid, King of Northumbria after Egfrid, xxix, 287, 302, 312, 353 n., 372, 377 n.;
death, xxx, 342, 356, 385, 391 n.;
his relations with Wilfrid, 247 n., 353, 354, 356;
account of, 287 n.;
retrieves the fortunes of Northumbria, 287;
visits Drythelm, 331;
friendship for Adamnan, 336, 338;
his exile in Iona, 336 n.

Aldgils, King of Frisland, 351.

Aldhelm, Bishop of Sherborne, xxx, 148 n., 210 n., 265 n., 343, 345 n.;
his women scholars, 237 n.;
letter to Geraint, 336 n., 344;
account of, 343 n.;
letter to Wilfrid's clergy, 343 n.;
made Abbot of Malmesbury, 343 n., 344;
death, 343 n., 344;
buried at St. Michael's, Malmesbury, 343 n.;
his literary works, 344.

Aldwin, Abbot of Partney or Peartaneu, 158.

Aldwin, or Worr, Bishop of Lichfield, 379, 380.

Aldwulf, Bishop of Rochester, 378, 379, 380.

Aldwulf, King of East Anglia, son of Ethelhere, 121, 254, 271;
his support of Ethelthryth, 260 n.

Alemanni, the, 92 n.

Alexandria, 338, 364.

Alexandria, Bishop of, see Cyril, Theophilus.

Alexandrians, the, 366 n.

Alfred, his translation of the “Ecclesiastical History,” xx, 321 n.

“Alfrid,” King of Northumbria, 377 n.

Allectus, 14.

Allelujah, or Hallelujah, 83.

All Martyrs, the Festival of, later the festival of All Saints, 93 n.

All Saints, the Festival of, introduced by Pope Boniface, 93 n.

Alne, the River, 292.

Alric, son of Wictred of Kent, 377.

Aluchred, King of Northumbria, 393.

Alweo, brother of Penda, 380 n.

Alwic, Bishop of Lindsey, 390.

Amasea, Bishop of, see Asterius.

Amber, 6.

Ambleteuse, see Amfleat.

Ambrose, St., quoted, xlii.

Ambrosius Aurelianus, 31, 32.

Amfleat, or Ambleteuse, 72, 73.

Amphibalus, St., 15.

Amulets, 289.

Anastasis (Resurrection of our Lord), Church at Jerusalem, 339.

Anastasius, St., 388.

Anatolius, Bishop of Laodicea, authority on the Easter question, 139, 198, 199, 368 n., 388.

Ancyra, a cloak of, 109.

Andeley-sur-Seine, Monastery of, 152.

Andhun, ealdorman, rules the South Saxons, 251.

Andilegum, see Andeley-sur-Seine.

Andragius, see Androgius.

Andredsweald, the, 245 n.

Andrew, a monk, refuses the English Archbishopric, 214.

Andrew, St., 42 n., 89, 163.

Androgius, Andragius, Androgorius or Mandubracius, Chief of the Trinovantes, 10.

Angels, xxxviii, 174, 175, 176, 221, 222, 333, 334.

Angles, 29, 30, 31, 82;
Gregory's pun upon, 82.

Anglesea, 94, 102.

Anglia, the name of, 30.

Angrivarii, the, 317 n.

Angulus, see Anglia.

Anna, King of East Anglia, 149, 152, 172, 185, 189, 232, 260 n., 271 n.;
his piety, 149, 172, 259;
his good children, 149, 173;
slain by Penda, 173;
enriches the monastery of Cnobheresburg, 174.

“Annales Cambriae,” editorial references to, 32 n., 337 n.

“Annales Francorum,” editorial reference to, 323 n.

Annegray, Monastery of, 92 n.

Annemundus (Dalfinus), Archbishop of Lyons, 194;
his kindness to Wilfrid, 248, 348;
his execution, 349.

Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury, 72 n.

Antioch, Patriarch of, see Anastasius.

Antoninus Pius, his rampart, 24.

Antonius, Bassianus, Emperor, 13.

Antwerp, xxi.

Appleby, Thomas, Bishop of Carlisle, 294 n.

Apollinarianism, 255 n.

Apostles, the, their manner of tonsure, 370.

Aquila, 197.

Aquileia, 20.

Aquitaine, 21 n., 33 n., 369 n.

Arcadius, Emperor of the East, son of Theodosius, 20.

Arculf, Bishop of Gaul, 337-340.

Argyll, 8 n.

Arianism, xxiii, 19, 20, 148 n., 255.

Arles, 22, 49, 215;
Bishop of, 54.

Arles, Archbishop of, see John, Vergilius.

Armagh, Abbot of, see Tomene.

Armagh, Bishop of, see Tomene.

Armenia, 6.

Armorica, 7.

Armoricans, 41.

Arnwin, 391.

Arwald, King of the Isle of Wight, 252;
his brothers, 252, 253.

Asclepiodotus, restores Britain to the Romans, 14.

Ascension, the Basilica of the, at Jerusalem, 340, 341.

Asia, Churches of, 196.

Asterius, Bishop of Genoa (Archbishop of Milan), 148.

Asterius, Bishop of Amasea, 265 n.

Astronomy, 217.

Athelstan, 303 n.

Atlantic, the, 5.

At the Stone, see Stoneham.

At the Wood, see Ad Barvae.

Attila, King of the Huns, 27, 317 n.

Audrey, popular form of Ethelthryth, 263 n.

Augustine, St., sent by Pope Gregory to convert the English, xxi, xxii, xxiii, xxiv, 42, 43, 47, 48, 81, 86, 94 n., 98, 126, 210 n.;
ordained abbot, 43;
recommended to Aetherius, 44;
lands in Thanet, 45, 93, 94, 142 n., 383;
received by Ethelbert and Bertha, 45, 46, 47;
settles at Canterbury, 47, 48, 72;
his report to Gregory, 49;
ordained Archbishop of the English at Arles, 49, 383;
his see, 49 n.;
recommended by Gregory to Vergilius, 63, 64;
receives the pall, 64, 65, 66, 383;
his miracles, 68, 69, 81, 83, 85;
recommended to Ethelbert by Gregory, 70, 71;
restores the Church of St. Saviour, Canterbury, 72;
builds the Monastery of SS. Peter and Paul, 72;
calls a Synod, 83;
his dispute with the British bishops, 85, 87;
his prophecy of disaster, 87, 89;
ordains Mellitus and Justus, 89;
death, 88, 89, 90;
buried in the Church of SS. Peter and Paul, 72, 90;
his tomb and epitaph, 90;
his body translated, 90 n.;
his monastic rule, 290.

Augustine, St., Bishop of Hippo, 21, 388;
The Sentences of, 341 n.

Augustine's Ác, or Augustine's Oak, Synod at, 84-86.

Augustus, Emperor, 11, 12, 13, 20, 22, 26, 29, 42.

Aurelius Commodus, Emperor, 12.

Aurelius Victor, quoted, 135 n.

Aust, probably Augustine's Ác, 84 n.

Austerfield, Northumbria, 353 n.

Austrasia, King of, see Dagobert.

Avon, the River, in Linlithgow, 189 n.

Aylesford, Kent, 30.

Ayrshire, 325 n., 392 n.

Babbanburch, see Bamborough.

Badbury, Dorsetshire, supposed to be Badon Hill, 32 n.

Badon Hill, Battle of, 32, 42 n.

Baducing, patronymic of Benedict Biscop, 257 n.

Badudegn, a monk of Lindisfarne, 298, 299.

Badwin, Bishop of Elmham, 231.

Baithanus, Irish bishop, 128.

Balder, the God, 323 n.

Baldhild, or Bathild, Queen Regent of Neustria, wife of Clovis II, 152 n., 349.

Ballads, English, 277 n.

Baltic, The, 317 n.

Bamborough, Babbanburch, Bebbanburh, or Bebburgh, 147, 161, 168, 383 n., 385 n.

Bangor, alleged birthplace of Pelagius, 21.

Bangor-is-Coed, or Bancornaburg, monastery of, 86, 86 n., 88.

Bangor, Abbot of, see Dinoot.

Baptism, of women, 55, 56;
of children, 55, 56;
its practice in the British Church, 87;
in the Roman Church, 87;
proper days for, 104 n.;
ritual of, 119.

Bardney, Monastery of, 123 n., 157, 158, 224, 241 n.;
endowed by Ethelred and Osthryth, 157;
burial place of Oswald, 157, 158.

Bardney, Abbot of, see Ethelred, Hygbald.

Barking, or In Berecingum, Monastery of, xxviii, xxxiii, 232, 233, 234, 235, 237, 238.

Barking, Abbess of, see Ethelburg.

Barrow, Lincolnshire, 219 n.

Barton-on-Humber, 219 n.

Basil, St., his Hexameron, quoted, 6.

Bassianus, see Antonius.

Bassus, Edwin's thegn, 132.

Bathild, see Baldhild.

Baths of Britain, 6.

Bay of the Lighthouse, see Whitby.

Beardaneu, see Bardney.

Bebba, Queen, 147, 168.

Bebbanburh, or Bebburgh, see Bamborough.

Bede, or Beda, the author, called “Venerable,” xxi, xxxiv;
account of his life, xxxiii-xliii;
his family, xxxiii;
born near Wearmouth, xxxiii, xxxiv, 386;
his instructors, xxxiii, xxxiv, 222, 257 n., 386;
his ordination, xxxiii, 273 n., 386;
his life spent in the Monastery of Wearmouth and Jarrow, xxxiii, xxxiv, 137 n., 386;
dates of his birth and death, xxxiv;
his autobiography, xxxiv, 386-389;
his diligence, xxxiv;
his eyes dim in age, xxxiv;
his death, xix, xxxiv, xxxix-xliii, 391;
his epitaph, xxxiv;
his learning, xxxiv, xxxv, xxxvi;
his style, xxxvi;
visits Lindisfarne, xxxvi;
visits York, xxxvi;
Egbert his pupil, xxxvi;
his “Epistola ad Ecgbertum,” xxxvi, 273 n., 342 n.;
his influence, xxxvi;
his last illness, xxxvi, xxxix, xl, xlii, xliii;
his “Life of Cuthbert” in prose and verse, xxxvi, 4 n., 260 n., 285 n., 287 n., 288 n., 291, 309;
story of his visit to Rome, xxxvi;
story of his residence at Cambridge, xxxvi;
his writings, xxxvii, 311 n.;
list of his literary works and compilations, 386-389;
his studies, xxxvii, 386-389;
his duties, xxxvii;
his character, xxxvii, xxxviii, xxxix;
his zeal for Catholic usages, xxxviii, xxxix;
his admiration for Aidan, xxxix;
dictates to Wilbert his translation of St. John and St. Isidore, xlii, xliii;
buried at Jarrow, xl;
his relics stolen by Elfred and carried to Durham, xl;
translated with those of St. Cuthbert to the new Cathedral, xl;
a shrine erected to him by Hugh de Puisac, xl;
his chronology corrected, 9, 11, 12, 13 n., 20 n., 22 n., 23 n., 27 n., 28 n., 29 n., 42 n., 63 n., 68 n., 75 n., 94 n., 241 n., 254 n., 287 n., 314 n.;
his “Martyrology,” editorial references to, 27 n., 99 n., 265 n.;
his friendship for Acca, 161 n.;
his “De Temporibus,” 170;
his “De temporum Ratione,” 170, 227 n.;
his “History of the Abbots,” 213 n., 215 n., 257 n., 287 n.;
uses the Caesarean system of Indictions, 227 n.;
his “De Locis Santis,” 337 n., 338 n.;
said to have written Ceolfrid's Letter to Naiton, 360 n.;
his “Expositio in Marci Evangelium,” 364 n.;
his “Ecclesiastical History,” see Ecclesiastical.

Bega, Irish Saint, 271 n., 275 n.

Begu, a nun, has a vision of Hilda's death, 275, 276.

Belgium, or Belgic Gaul, 5, 13 n.

Benedict I, Pope, 83.

Benedict Biscop, Abbot of Wearmouth, 215 n., 359, 389;
Bede trained under, xxxiii, 386;
founds the monasteries of Wearmouth and Jarrow, xxxiv, 257;
his library, xxxv, 257 n., 287 n.;
temporary abbot of SS. Peter and Paul's Monastery, 216 n.;
goes to Rome, 257, 348;
account of, 257 n.;
brings John the Precentor back with him to Britain, 257, 258;
obtains a letter of privilege for his monastery, 257, 258;
his monastic rule, 257 n.

Benedictus Crispus, Archbishop of Milan, 313 n.

Benedictine Order of Monks, 275 n.

Beneventum, 21 n.

Benjamin, 73.

Beornred, King of Mercia, said to have murdered Ethelbald, 392.

Berct, Berctred, Brectrid or Briht, Egfrid's General, lays Ireland waste, 285, 336 n.;
slain by the Picts, 385.

Berecingum, or Barking, see Barking.

Berkshire, 10 n., 343 n.

Bernicia, History of, xxvi, 82 n., 83 n., 120, 137, 141, 147, 190;
diocese of, 244 n.

Bernicia, Bishop of, see Eata.

Bernicia, King of, see Eanfrid, Ethelric, Ida, Oswald, Oswy.

Bernwin, Wilfrid's nephew, his mission to the Isle of Wight, 252.

Bersted, Witenagemot of, 316 n.

Bertfrid, Osrid's Ealdorman, 385.

Bertgils, surnamed Boniface, see Boniface.

Bertha, daughter of Charibert, wife of Ethelbert of Kent, 46, 48, 94, 95 n., 132 n.

Berthun, Ethelwalch's Ealdorman, 251.

Berthun, Abbot of Beverley, 273 n., 302, 303, 305.

Bertwald, Archbishop of Canterbury after Theodore, xxx, xxxi, 239 n., 314, 315, 343 n., 344 n., 353 n.;
his burial place, 90;
his election and consecration, 274 n., 316, 323;
Abbot of Reculver, 315;
his learning, 315;
ordains Tobias, 316;
returns from the Continent, 323 n.;
reconciled to Wilfrid, 354 n., 355, 356 n.;
at the Synod on the Nidd, 356 n.;
consecrates Aldwulf, 378;
death, 378, 386.

Berwickshire, 260 n.

Betendune, see Watton.

Bethlehem, 338, 339.

Betti, a Northumbrian priest, xxvii, 180, 181.

Beverley, Inderauuda, or In the Wood of the Deiri, Monastery of, founded by John and Berthun, 273 n., 303, 307.

Beverley, Abbot of, see Berthun, John.

Bewcastle, 163 n.

Birinus, Bishop of Dorchester, converts the West Saxons, xxvi, 147, 148, 241;
consecrated by Asterius, 148;
death, 148;
buried at Dorchester, 148;
his body translated to Winchester, 148, 149.

Biscop, see Benedict.

Bishop Burton, 307 n.

Bishops, rules for, 49, 50, 228, 229;
their stipends, 49, 50;
consecration of, 53, 54, 65, 85 n.

Bishoprics, English, List of in 731 a.d., 379 n.;
subdivision of, 122 n., 229, 231, 242-4, 272 n., 273 n., 343.

Bisi, Bishop of Dunwich after Boniface, 227, 228 n., 230.

Blackwater, the River, 183 n.

Blaecca, Reeve of Lincoln, converted, 122.

Bledla, King of the Huns, 27.

Blessed Mother of God, Church of the, at Lastingham, 187;
at Barking, 237;
in St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 357.

Blithryda, or Plectrude, wife of Pippin, 324.

Blood-letting, 305, 306.

Bobbio, Monastery of, 92 n.

Boethius referred to, 145 n.

Boisil, Provost of Melrose, 288;
teaches Cuthbert, 288, 289, 292;
death, 289;
appears to one of his disciples in dreams, and forbids Egbert to go to the Germans, 317, 318, 319.

Boniface IV, Pope, 92, 93;
his pastoral letters to the English Church, 93.

Boniface V, Pope, xxv, 112, 124;
his letters, 98, 100, 101, 105, 111, 380 n.;
sends the pall to Justus, 100;
sends gifts to Edwin, 109;
to Ethelberg, 111;
death, 105 n.

Boniface, St., editorial references to, 3 n., 87 n., 179 n., 237 n., 324 n., 325 n., 342 n., 346 n., 391 n.;
his martyrdom, 392;
account of, 392 n.

Boniface, or Bertgils, Bishop of Dunwich, or of the East Angles, 179, 206 n., 207 n.;
death, 230.

Boniface, the Archdeacon, Pope's Counsellor at Wilfrid's second trial, 349, 354.

Boniface (probably St. Cuiritin), missionary, converts Naiton to Roman usages, 359 n.

Bordeaux, Pilgrim of, 340 n.

Borrowdale, 294 n.

Boructuari, The, 245 n., 317;
converted by Suidbert, 324.

Bosa, Bishop of Deira or York, 243, 244, 358;
account of, 243 n.;
consecrated in Wilfrid's place, 244, 385;
educated at Whitby under Hilda, 272, 273;
death, 305, 356 n.

Bosel, Bishop of Worcester, 273, 274.

Bosham, or Bosanhamm, Monastery of, 246.

Bothelm, 137, 138.

Boulogne, or Gessoriacum, 5, 13, 72 n., 73.

Bowmont Water, 120 n.

Bowness-on-Solway, 25 n.

Boy, a Saxon, his dying vision of SS. Peter and Paul, 248, 249, 250, 251.

Bradford-on-Avon, 210 n.

Bredon, or Briudun, monastery of, 379.

Bregusuid, mother of Hilda, 274.

Bretwalda, see Aelli, Caelin, Edwin, Ethelbert, Oswald, Oswy, Redwald.

Bridius, or Bruide Mac Maelchon, King of the Picts, 141 n., 142.

Brige, In Brige, or Faremoûtier-en-Brie, monastery of, 151, 152.

Brige, Abbess of, see Fara, Ethelberg, Saethryth.

Bright, his “Early English Church History,” vi;
references to, 12 n., 51 n., 84 n., 105 n., 121 n., 148 n., 151 n., 183 n., 195 n., 214 n., 242 n., 251 n., 292 n., 326 n.

Briht, see Berct.

Britain, xxiii;
Roman occupation of, xxiii, 9-23;
description of, 5, 6;
language, 6, 80;
freed from Roman rule, 22, 23, 26, 382;
the Romans return to, 24;
its corruption during peace, 28, 41, 42;
suffers from a plague, 28, 29;
overrun by the Angles and Saxons, 29, 31, 32;
civil wars in, 41;
converted to Christianity, 80.

Britain, Church of, see British.

Britain, King of, see Lucius.

Britannicus, son of Claudius, 11.

British Church, xxiii, xxiv, xxxix, 19, 54, 55, 86, 92;
its attitude towards the Easter question, xxiv, 91, 196, 336, 344, 376 n., 381;
refuses allegiance to Augustine, 87;
approached by Laurentius, 92.

British Museum, The, 331 n.

Britons, or Brythons, xxxi;
defeated by Ethelfrid, xxiv, 73;
origin of, 6, 7;
language, 6.

Britons of Strathclyde, 286, 336 n.

Britons of Strathclyde, King of, see Theudor.

Brittany, 7 n.

Briudun, see Bredon.

Brocmail, Welsh Prince, 88.

Bromnis, 352 n.

Bructeri, The, 317 n.

Bruide, see Bridius.

Bruide Mac Bili, King of the Picts, 285 n.

Brythons, see Britons.

Buckinghamshire, 10 n.

Bulgarians, 317 n.

Burford, Battle of, 380 n., 392 n.

Burgh Castle, Monastery of, 174, 177.

Burgh Castle, Abbot of, see Fursa.

Burghelm, a priest of Wilfrid's, 245.

Burgundians, 92 n.

Burgundofarus, see Faro.

Burgundy, 122.

Burton, see Bishop, North, South.

Bury, Professor, his “Life of St. Patrick,” reference to, 27 n.

Butler, his “Lives of the Saints,” reference to, 388 n.

Cadvan, father of Caedwalla the Briton, 130 n.

Cadwalader, son of Caedwalla the Briton, 241 n.

Cadwallon, see Caedwalla.

Caedmon, the Poet, his life and death, 277-281.

Caedwalla, or Cadwallon, King of Gwynedd in Wales, xxv, 241 n.;
account of, 130 n.;
his revolt against Edwin, 130, 131;
allied with Penda, 130;
his cruelty, 131, 135;
a Christian, 131;
besieged by Osric in York, 134, 135;
kills Osric, 134, 135;
kills Eanfrid by treachery, 135;
slain by Oswald, 135.

Caedwalla, King of Wessex, xxx, 287 n., 353 n.;
account of, 241 n.;
in exile, 251;
kills Ethelwalch in battle, 251;
expelled by Andhun and Berthun, 251;
kills Berthun, 251;
conquers and reunites Wessex, 241, 251, 252;
conquers the South Saxons and the Isle of Wight, 252, 253;
his relations with Wilfrid, 252;
kills Arwald's brothers, 252, 253;
in concealment at Redbridge, 253;
wounded in the Isle of Wight, 253;
abdicates, 241, 345 n.;
his pilgrimage to Rome, 241, 312, 313, 314, 345, 385;
baptized under the name of Peter, 312, 313;
dies at Rome, 241, 312, 314;
buried in St. Peter's, 313;
his epitaph, 313, 314.

Caelin, or Ceaulin, King of the West Saxons, second Bretwalda, 94, 241 n.

Caelin, brother of Cedd, 185, 187.

Caerleon-on-Usk, or City of Legions, 18.

Caesar, Caius Julius, editorial references to his works, 5 n., 10;
his invasion of Britain, 9, 10, 11, 23, 382;
returns to Gaul, 10.

Caesarea, library of, 369 n.;
Bishop of, see Eusebius.

Caesarean System of Indictions, 227 n., 254 n.

Caiaphas, 335.

Cairbre Riada, see Reuda.

Caistor, or Cyneburgacaster, Abbess of, see Cyneburg.

Calcaria, or Kaelcacaestir, now Tadcaster, 271, 272.

Cale, see Chelles.

Caledonians, the, 14 n.

Cambridge, xix, xxxvi, 172 n., 261 n.

Cambridgeshire, 112 n., 179 n., 259 n.

Campania, 21, 214, 388 n.

Campodonum, or Donafeld, 120.

Canche, the, 215 n.

Candidus, a presbyter, 44.

Cannes, 33 n.

Canons of the Western Church, 228.

Canterbury, or Doruvernis, 47, 48, 49, 210 n., 254, 255, 379;
churches of, xxii, 3, 51 n., 72;
see of, 49 n., 379 n.;
monastery at, 72;
almost destroyed by fire, 99;
school of, 121 n., 316 n., 343 n.

Canterbury, Archbishop of, see Anselm, Augustine, Bertwald, Cuthbert, Deusdedit, Honorius, Justus, Lanfranc, Laurentius, Mellitus, Nothelm, Tatwine, Theodore.

Cantuarians, the, 133.

Cantuarii, 245 n.

Cantus Ambrosianus, 133 n.

Cantus Romanus, 133 n.

Cantyre, or Kintyre, 8 n., 142 n.

Caracalla, see Antonius Bassianus.

Carausius, 13, 14.

Carlegion, see Chester.

Carlisle, Luel, or Lugubalia, 73 n., 285 n., 294.

Carlisle, Bishop of, see Appleby.

Carloman, King of the Franks, son of Charles Martel, 391, 392.

“Carmen Paschale,” see Sedulius.

Carpophorus, St., 99 n.

Carriden (probably Urbs Iudeu), 23 n., 189 n.

Cassobellaunus, chief of the Catuvellauni, 10.

Catterick Bridge, Cataract, or Cataractonium, 120, 132, 164.

Catuvellauni, the, 10 n.

Ceadda, or Chad, St., afterwards Bishop of Lichfield and York, xxvii, 3, 384;
Abbot of Lastingham, xxxv, 187;
consecrated Bishop of York in Wilfrid's place, 206, 207, 351;
reconsecrated by Theodore, 207 n., 217;
on Wilfrid's return retires to Lastingham, 218, 351;
made Bishop of Lichfield, 192, 218, 219;
a disciple of Aidan, 208;
his holy life, 207, 219, 222, 223;
builds the monastery of Ad Barvae, 219;
account of his death, xxxviii, 219, 222, 224;
buried at Lichfield, 219, 224;
his posthumous miracles, 224;
his relics, 224 n.

Cearl, King of Mercia, 119.

Ceaulin, see Caelin.

Cecilia, St., 265, 324.

Cedd, afterwards Bishop of Essex, xxvii, 3, 183, 206 n., 207, 208;
his mission to Mid-Anglia, 180, 181;
reconverts the East Saxons, 182, 183;
excommunicates a “gesith” for his unlawful marriage, 184;
rebukes King Sigbert and prophecies his death, 184;
baptizes King Suidhelm, 184, 185;
visits Northumbria, 185;
his self-imposed discipline, 186;
founds the monastery of Lastingham, 185, 186;
his brothers, 185, 186, 187;
his death, 185, 186;
burial, 186, 187;
trained at Lindisfarne, 186;
posthumous miracle, 187;
at Whitby, 195;
forsakes the Celtic Easter, 201;
his spirit appears at the time of Ceadda's death, 224.

Celestine, or Celestinus, Pope, sends Palladius to the Irish, 27, 33 n., 382, 383.

Celtic Churches, xxiii, xxiv, xxx, xxxi;
and see British Church, Irish Church.

Celtic Missions, xxv, xxvi, xxx, 139 n.

“Celtic Scotland,” Skene's, see Skene.

Celts, 7 n.;
their observance of Easter, 84 n., 87;
and see Easter Controversy.

Centwine, sub-king of Wessex, 241 n., 352 n.;
his wife, 352 n.

Ceolfrid, Abbot of Wearmouth and Jarrow, xxx, xxxiv, xxxv, 387, 389;
educates Bede, xxxiii, 386;
enlarges the library of Wearmouth and Jarrow, xxxv;
Pope Sergius' letter to, xxxvi;
account of, 257;
sends builders to Naiton, King of the Picts, 359;
his letter to Naiton (said to be written by Bede), 360-374.

Ceollach, Bishop of Mid-Anglia and Mercia, 181, 191.

Ceolred, King of Mercia, son of Ethelred, succeeds Coinred, 346;
his bad character, 346 n.;
his death, 346 n., 380 n., 386;
his enmity to Ethelbald, 380 n.

Ceolwulf, King of Northumbria, brother of Coenred, succeeds Osric, xxxi, 375 n., 381;
“Ecclesiastical History” dedicated to, xxii, 1;
account of, 1;
taken prisoner, tonsured, and sent back to his kingdom, 390;
leaves the kingdom to Eadbert, 391.

Cerdic, British King, 274.

Cerot, Island of, 232.

Cerotaesei, see Chertsey.

Chad, St., see Ceadda.

Chalcedon, 265 n.;
council of, 228 n., 254 n.

Chaldeans, the, 31.

Charibert, King of Paris, 46 n., 132 n.

Charles Martel, King of the Franks, defeats the Saracens, 378;
supports Boniface's mission, 392 n.;
death, 391.

Charybdis, 365.

Chauci, the, 317 n.

Chelles, or Cale, monastery of, 152, 271, 349 n.

Chepstow, 84 n.

Chertsey, Cerotaesei, or the Island of Cerot, monastery of, xxviii, 232.

Cherusci, the, 317 n.

Cheshire, 204 n.

Chester, Carlegion, City of Legions, or Legacaestir, 18 n.;
Battle of, xxiv, 87, 88.

Chester-le-Street, or Cunungaceaster, 295 n., 325 n.

Chichester, 246 n., 247 n.

Childebert, King of Austrasia and Burgundy, 49 n.

Chilperic, King of Neustria, brother of Charibert, 132 n.

Chosroes II, King of Persia, 340 n.

Chrism, 87 n.

Christ Church Cathedral, Canterbury, 72.

Christians, persecuted under Diocletian and Maximian, 14-19;
under Nero, 14.

Christmas, 206.

“Chronological Recapitulation of the whole Work,” 382, et seq.

Church Furniture, 65;
Music, 133, 358, 386.

“Church Historians,” see Stevenson.

Churches of Wood, 170, 192, 360;
of stone, 192, 359;
covered with lead, 192.

Cilicia, 214.

City of Legions, see Caerleon and Chester.

Claudius, Emperor, invades Britain and conquers the Orkneys, 11, 382.

Clement, St., 91.

Clement, name given to Wilbrord, 179 n., 324.

Clergy, rules for, 50, 229.

Cliff-at-Hoe, Clofeshoch, or Clovesho, 229 n., 255 n.

Clonard, 140 n.

Clonard, Abbot of, see Colman or Columbanus.

Clothaire III, King of Neustria, 206, 215, 349 n.

Clothilde, wife of Clovis I, 152 n.

Clovesho, see Cliff-at-Hoe.

Clovis I, King of the Franks, 152 n.

Clovis II, King of Neustria, 152 n., 178, 349 n.

Clyde, or Cluith, the river, 24.

Cnobheresburg, or Cnobhere's Town, see Burgh Castle.

Coenred, or Coinred, King of Mercia after Ethelred, son of Wulfhere, xxx, 332, 356, 385;
his thegn's visions, 332, 333, 334;
gives up his throne and goes to Rome, 345, 346, 385;
becomes a monk, 345, 346;
reconciled to Wilfrid, 356.

Coenred, King of Northumbria, 375, 377, 378.

Coenwald, Theodore's representative at Wilfrid's trial, 352 n.

Coifi, a pagan priest converted to Christianity, 116, 117, 118.

Coinwalch, King of Wessex, son of Cynegils, xxvi, 149, 350 n.;
in exile in East Anglia, 149;
puts away his wife, Penda's sister, and marries another, 149;
restored to his kingdom, 149;
his relations with Agilbert, 149, 150;
death, 241.

Coldingham, or Coludi, monastery of, xxix, 260, 266 n., 281, 283, 284.

Coldingham, Abbess of, see Aebba.

Coldstream, 120 n.

Colman, Bishop of Northumbria, xxviii, 194, 201;
at the Whitby Synod, 195, 196, 198, 200;
returns to Ireland, 201, 204, 213, 225, 384;
takes some of Aidan's bones with him, 202;
his frugality and plain living, 202, 203;
at Iona, 225;
at Innisboffin, 225;
at Mayo, 225, 226.

Colman, or Columbanus, Irish bishop, 128, 129 n.

Cologne, 322.

Coludi, see Coldingham.

Columba, or Columcille, St., Bishop of Iona, 151 n., 372;
his mission to the Picts, xxv, xxvi, 140, 141, 142, 359 n., 383;
converts King Bridius, 142;
account of, 140 n.;
his name, 140 n., 318;
founds the monastery of Iona, xxvi, 142, 383;
builds the monastery of Dearmach, 142;
his rule and jurisdiction, 142, 143;
records of him, 143;
miracles, 199, 200;
death, 142 n.;
buried at Iona, 142.

“Columba, St., Life of,” see Adamnan and Reeves.

Columban Monasteries, Egbert's mission to, 318, 319, 375 n.

Columbanus, Irish missionary to the continent, 92.

Columbanus, see Colman.

Columcille, see Columba.

Comb sent by Boniface to Ethelberg, 111.

Comets, xxxi, 242, 378, 385, 386.

Communion, Holy, 53, 54, 55, 56, 58, 60, 61, 62, 65, 96, 101, 249, 275, 280, 363.

Compiègne, Royal Villa, 206.

Conall, King of the Dalriadic Scots, 142 n.

Confirmation, the rite of, 87 n.

Connor, Bishop of, see Dima.

Conquest, the Norman, 343 n.

Conrad, Prior of Canterbury, 72 n.

Constans II, or Constantine IV, Emperor, 256.

Constans, son of Constantine, Tyrant of Britain, 22.

Constantine I, Pope, 345.

Constantine the Great, Emperor, 19, 210 n.;
establishes Christianity, 70;
completes the Basilica of the Anastasis, and builds the Church of the Martyrium, Jerusalem, 339, 340.

Constantine III, Emperor, 127.

Constantine IV, see Constans II.

Constantine, Tyrant in Britain, 22.

Constantinople, xxxviii, 27, 77, 254 n., 338;
Church at, 254;
councils of, 254, 255, 256, 258, 352 n.

Constantinople, Bishop of, see Eudoxius, Macedonius, Nestorius.

Constantinopolitan System of Indictions, the, 227 n.

Constantius, father of Constantine the Great, 19.

Constantius, Count, 22.

Constantius Chlorus, Emperor, 14 n.

Constantius of Lyons, his “Life of Germanus,” xxii;
editorial references to, 33 n., 36 n., 38 n.

Continuation of Bede, the, 390, et seq.

Conwulf, Bishop of Lindisfarne, after Ethelwald, 391.

Corinth, 197.

Corinthians, Epistle to the, quoted, 103, 111, 363.

Corman, his unsuccessful mission to the Northumbrians, 145.

Cornish Britons, 7 n., 336 n.

Cornwall, 33 n., 84 n.

Corrib, Lough, monastery on, 174.

“Cotton MSS.,” xix.

Councils, 116, 128, 255 n., 256;
and see Constantinople, Rome, and Synods.

Cousins, marriage of, 52.

Cricklade, 84 n.

Crimea, the, 256 n.

Croes Oswallt, see Oswestry.

Cromanus, or Cronan, Bishop of Nendrum, 129.

Cross, The, in procession, 46;
sign of the, 304;
Invention of the Holy, by Helena, 339, 340 n.

Cross, erected by Oswald, at Hefenfelth, 136, 137, 138.

Cross at Maserfelth, 154 n.

Cudwald, see Cuthbald.

Cuichelm, King of Wessex, son of Cynegils, 103, 104, 149 n.

Cuichelm, Bishop of Rochester after Putta, 241, 242.

Cuiritin, Irish saint, 359 n.

“Culdees, The,” see Reeves.

Cunningham, 325 n.

Cunungaceaster, see Chester-le-Street.

Cuthbald, Abbot of Medeshamstead, 356 n.

Cuthbald, or Cudwald, Abbot of Oundle, 356.

Cuthbert, St., Bishop of Lindisfarne, xxii, xxix, xxxviii, 4, 161 n., 168 n., 192 n., 244 n., 331 n., 389;
history of, 288-295;
at Farne, 288;
at Melrose, 288, 289;
succeeds Boisil as Provost, 289;
at Ripon, 194 n.;
his consecration, 285, 288, 292, 293;
Bishop of Hexham, 293;
of Lindisfarne, 293;
his friendship for Elfled, 189 n.;
foretells Egfrid's defeat by the Picts, and death, 189 n., 285, 286;
his vision, 288 n.;
his spiritual powers, 289;
his missionary journeys, 289, 290;
his hermitage on Farne Island, 291, 292, 294;
attends the Synod at Twyford, 292;
his piety, 293, 297;
at Carlisle, 294;
foretells his own death to Herebert, 294, 295;
death, 295;
buried at Lindisfarne, 295, 302;
his body preserved from corruption, 295 n., 296, 297, 300;
removal of his relics, 295 n., 302 n.;
miracles, 291, 292, 297, 298, 299, 300;
Anonymous Life of, xxii, 285 n.;
Bede's Life of, see Bede.

Cuthbert, Archbishop of Canterbury after Nothelm, 90 n., 391.

Cuthbert, Abbot of Wearmouth and Jarrow, pupil of Bede, xxxix, xl;
his letter to Cuthwin describing Bede's death, xxxiv, xxxv, xxxix, xl-xliii.

Cuthred, King of Wessex, 391, 392 n.

Cuthwin, xxxiv, xl, et seq.

Cuthwine, father of Coenred, King of Northumbria, 375 n.

Cycles, Paschal, 84 n., 368, 369, 370, 374.

Cyneburg, St., daughter of Penda, wife of Alchfrid, Abbess of Caistor, 180.

Cyneburga, daughter of Cynegils, wife of Oswald, 148.

Cyneburgacaster, see Caistor.

Cynegils, King of Wessex, xxvi, 103 n., 147;
baptized with all his people, 148;
his daughter married to Oswald, 148;
divides the West Saxon diocese, 150;
death, 149.

Cynibert, Bishop of Lindsey or Sidnacester, 4, 243, 244, 379 n., 380;
death, 390.

Cynibert, Abbot of Redbridge, 253.

Cynibill, brother of Cedd, 186, 187.

Cynifrid, surgeon to Ethelthryth, 262.

Cynimund, a priest, 167.

Cyniwulf, King of Wessex, 392.

Cynwise, wife of Penda, 188, 227 n.

Cyril, Archbishop of Alexandria, 255 n., 256, 369.

Cyrus, in Syria, Bishop of, see Theodoret.

Dacre, or Dacore, The Monastery of, 299;
a monk of, miraculously cured of a tumour, 299, 300.

Dacre, Abbot of, see Suidbert, Thruidred.

Dacre, The River, 299.

Dagan, Bishop of Inverdaeile, or Ennereilly, 92.

Dagobert I, King of the Franks, 132.

Dagobert II, King of Austrasia, 351 n.

Dal, Signification of, 8.

Dalfinus, Archbishop of Lyons, see Annemundus.

Dalfinus, Count of Lyons, 194 n., 348.

Dalriada, the Dalreudini or Dalriadic Scots, history, xxiv, 8, 73, 142 n., 286, 392 n.

Dalriadic Scots, King of, see Conall.

Dalston, near Carlisle, 73 n.

Damascus, 338.

Damian, or Damianus, Bishop of Rochester after Ithamar, 179, 216, 245 n.;
account of, 179 n.;
death, 206 n., 218.

Danes, 30, 317;
their invasions of England, 122 n., 161 n., 231 n., 295 n., 303 n.

Daniel, Bishop of Winchester, xxx, 3, 148 n., 253, 344, 345, 379, 380.

Danube, The River, 317 n.

Darling, Grace, 168 n.

David, 61, 338, 341.

Dawstane Rig, Liddesdale, 73 n.

Dearmach, Durrow, or Field of Oaks, Monastery of, 142.

Decius, Emperor, 265, 388 n.

Deda, Abbot of Partney, 123.

Degsastan, or Degsa Stone, Battle of, 73, 74, 383.

“De Ingratis,” see Prosper.

Deira, History of, xxvi, 82 n., 83 n., 120, 134, 147, 190, 270 n., 383 n.;
diocese of, 243 n.;
Gregory's pun on the name, 82.

Deira, King of, see Aelli, Ethelfrid, Ethelric, Oidilwald, Osric, Oswin, Yffi.

Deira, Sub-king of, see Aelfwine, Egfrid.

Deira, Bishop of, see Bosa.

“De Locis Sanctis,” see Adamnan and Bede.

“De Mensura Orbis Terrae,” the author of, 246 n.

Denisesburna, or The Brook of Denis, Battle of, 135, 136.

Deogratias, 179 n.

Derbyshire, 181 n.

Derwent, the River (Cumberland), 294.

Derwent, the River (Durham), 260.

Derwent, the River (Yorkshire), 104, 118, 350 n.

Derwentwater, 294.

Deusdedit, Pope, 98, 100, 179 n.

Deusdedit, or Frithonas, Archbishop of Canterbury, after Honorius, xxvi, 178, 179, 208, 351 n.;
death, 179, 206 n., 207, 213, 217.

Deusdedit, The name of, 179 n.

Deuteronomy, quoted, 55, 279.

Devils, 328, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336.

Devil's Water, 135 n.

Devon and Cornwall, Kingdom of, see Dumnonia.

Diarmaid, Irish King, 140 n.

“Dictionary of Christian Antiquities,” referred to, vi, 227 n.

“Dictionary of Christian Biography,” referred to, vi, 19 n., 49 n., 387 n.

Dicul, an Irish monk of Bosham, 246.

Dicull, one of Fursa's priests, 177.

Dima, Bishop of Connor, 129 n.

Dinnaus, probably Dima, 128.

Dinoot, Donatus, Dunawd or Dunod, Abbot of Bangor, 86.

Diocletian, Emperor, 12, 13, 14, 19, 265 n.

Dionysius Exiguus, 228 n., 369.

Discipline, Augustine's Questions and Gregory's Answers on, 49-64.

Diuma, Bishop of Lindsey, Mercia, and Mid-Anglia, xxvii, 181, 190;
accompanies Peada into Mid-Anglia, 180, 181;
death, 181, 190;
burial, 190, 191.

Divorce, 230, 238, 239.

Dolphins in Britain, 5.

Domesday-Book, 268 n.

Dommoc, see Dunwich.

Don, The River, 189.

Donafeld, see Campodonum.

Donatus, see Dinoot.

Doncaster (perhaps Campodonum), 120 n., 131.

Dooms, of Edric, 287 n.;
of Ethelbert, 95 n.;
of Hlothere, 287 n.;
of Ini, 231 n., 251 n.

Dorchester (Oxfordshire), See at, xxvi, 148, 272 n., 273.

Dorchester, Bishop of, see Aetla, Agilbert, Birinus.

Dorsetshire, 343 n.

Dorubrevis, see Rochester.

Doruvernis, see Canterbury.

Double Procession of the Holy Spirit, Doctrine of, 256.

Doulting, 343 n.

Dreams, see Visions.

Driffield, or Field of Deira, 342 n.

Drought, An excessive, 391.

Drythelm, a Northumbrian, his visions of Death, Hell and Judgement, xxx, 325-331;
retires into the monastery of Melrose, 326, 331;
death, 332.

Ducange, editorial references to, 77, 90, 135 n., 266 n., 305 n., 340 n.

Dudden, F. Homes, his “Gregory the Great,” editorial references to, 75 n., 81 n., 133 n.

Dugdale's “Monasticon,” editorial references to, 18 n., 275 n.

Dumbarton, Alcluith, or Dúnbrettan, 9, 24, 25.

Dumnonia, 344 n.

Dumnonia, King of, see Geraint.

Dunawd, see Dinoot.

Dunbar, 352 n.

Dúnbrettan, see Dumbarton.

Dunchad, Abbot of Iona, 376.

Dunnechtan, see Nechtansmere.

Dunnichen, 285 n.

Dunod, see Dinoot.

Dunwich, or Dommoc, Diocese of, 122 n., 172 n.

Dunwich, Bishop of, see Aecci, Aldbert, Bisi, Boniface.

Durham, xl, 161 n., 190, 204 n., 288 n., 302;
Cathedral, 295 n.

Durham, Reginald of, see Reginald.

Durrow, see Dearmach.

Dysentery, 393.

Eabae, daughter of Eanfrid, wife of Ethelwalch, baptized, 246.

Eadbald, King of Kent, son of Ethelbert, xxiv, xxvi, 95, 99, 127, 348 n.;
his wickedness, 95;
marries his stepmother, 95, 97;
gives her up, 97;
converted by Laurentius, 97, 98, 101, 105 n., 107, 110;
recalls Mellitus and Justus, 98;
builds the Church of the Mother of God, 98;
his letters to Pope Boniface, 101;
gives his sister in marriage to Edwin, 102, 103;
welcomes Paulinus back to Kent, 132;
death, 151, 384.

Eadbert, King of Kent, son of Wictred, 377.

Eadbert, King of Northumbria after Ceolwulf, 391, 392, 393.

Eadbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne, 192, 296, 297, 353 n.;
illness and death, 297;
buried with Cuthbert at Lindisfarne, 297, 302 n.;
posthumous miracles, 297, 298.

Eadbert, Abbot of Selsey, afterwards Bishop of Selsey, 345.

Eadbert, (unknown), slain, 391.

Eadbert, Mercian Chief, 191, 192.

Eadfrid, Bishop of Lindisfarne, 331 n.

Eadfrid, son of Edwin, baptized, 119;
killed by Penda, 131.

Eadgyth, a nun of Barking, 234.

Eadhaed, Bishop of Lindsey, 207, 243;
translated to Ripon, 244, 385.

Eadwulf, usurps the throne of Northumbria, 342 n., 391 n.;
besieges Bamborough, 385 n.

Eafa, Mercian Chief, 191, 192.

Eanfled, daughter of Edwin, wife of Oswy, xxv, 165 n., 167, 189 n., 191;
her birth, 104;
baptism, 104, 384;
taken by her mother and Paulinus into Kent, xxv, 132, 167;
observes the Catholic Easter, 193;
receives a cross from Pope Vitalian, 211;
befriends Wilfrid, 347, 348;
joint Abbess of Whitby with her daughter Elfled, 189 n., 286, 306 n.;
buried at Whitby, 190;
her relatives, 348.

Eanfrid, King of Bernicia, son of Ethelfrid, 134.

Eanfrid, King of the Hwiccas, 246.

Eanred, 392.

Eappa, a priest of Wilfrid's, afterwards Abbot of Selsey, 245, 248, 249, 250.

Earconbert, King of Kent, son of Eadbald, xxvi, 151, 261;
suppresses idolatry, xxvi, 151;
sends Wilfrid and Benedict Biscop to Rome, 348;
death, 213, 384.

Earcongota, daughter of Earconbert and granddaughter of Anna, xxvi, 149 n., 151, 152, 153.

Earconwald, St., Bishop of London, xxviii, 231, 232, 239.

Earpwald, King of East Anglia, son of Redwald, xxv, 171;
converted by Edwin, xxv, 120, 121;
slain by Ricbert, 121.

East Angles, The, 30, 45 n.

East Anglia, History of, xxvi, 3, 112 n., 177, 220, 271;
establishment of Christianity in, xxv, 121, 122;
diocese of, xxviii, 231, 379 n., 380.

East Anglia, King of, see Aldwulf, Anna, Earpwald, Ecgric, Ethelhere, Ethelwald, Redwald, Sigbert, Tytilus, Uuffa.

East Anglia, Bishop of, see Bisi, Boniface, Thomas.

Easter Controversy, The, xxiv, xxv, xxvi, xxviii, xxx, xxxi, xxxviii, xxxix, 84, 85, 87, 91, 128, 129, 138, 139, 143, 170, 171, 192-201, 210, 216, 228, 336, 337, 344, 350, 359-370, 374-376, 381, 386.

Easter kept twice in one year, 193.

Eastern Church, see Greek.

East Lothian, 325 n.

East Saxons, 30, 45, 191 n.;
diocese of, see London;
province of, see Essex.

Eata, Abbot of Melrose, afterwards Bishop of Hexham, 194 n., 243, 244 n., 288, 290, 318, 385;
ordained at York in Wilfrid's place, 244;
Bishop of Lindisfarne, 202, 244 n., 288;
death, 302.

Eata Glinmaur, father of Eadbert of Northumbria, 391 n.

Ebbsfleet, 45 n.

Ebchester, Monastery of, 260 n.

Ebroin, Mayor of the Palace to Clothaire III, 192 n., 349;
plots against Wilfrid, 192 n., 351 n.;
detains Hadrian and Theodore, 215, 216;
murdered, 215 n.

“Ecclesiastes,” quoted, 220.

Ecclesiastical Arithmetic, 217.

“Ecclesiastical History,” Bede's, MSS. of, xix, 277 n.;
sources of, xxi, xxii, 5 n.;
editions of, xix, xx;
translations of, xx, xxi, 249 n., 321 n.;
date of, 379 n.;
Bede's own account of, 386;
and passim.

Ecgric, King of East Anglia, after Sigbert, 172.

Eclanum, Bishop of, see Julianus.

Eclipses of the Moon, 390, 392;
of the Sun, 203, 213, 383, 384, 390, 392.

Eddi, or Eddius, surnamed Stephen, editorial references to, his “Life of Wilfrid,” 189 n., 217 n., 218 n., 244 n., 252 n., 267 n., 346 n., 347 n., 348 n., 349 n., 350 n., 351 n., 353 n.;
teaches the Northumbrians to sing in church, 217.

Edessa, Bishop of, see Ibas.

Edgar, Bishop of Lindsey, 243.

Edilhart, King of Wessex, 391.

Edinburgh (perhaps Urbs Iudeu), 23 n., 189 n.

Edric, King of Kent, 287.

Edwin, King of Deira, afterwards of Northumbria, 5th Bretwalda, 109, 127, 147, 164, 243 n., 348 n.;
his early history, xxv, 112, 115, 130 n.;
marries Ethelberg of Kent, xxiv, 102, 103;
conquers the Mevanian Islands, 94, 102;
his dominion, 102;
his vision, 112, 113, 114, 115;
his conversion and baptism, xxv, 102, 105, 110, 111, 115, 116, 118, 131, 270, 271, 384;
allows his daughter to be baptized, 104, 384;
his children, 104, 119, 132;
receives letters from Pope Honorius, 124, 125;
converts Earpwald, xxv, 120, 121;
Eumer's attack on his life, 103, 104;
his war against the West Saxons, 104, 105;
builds St. Peter's, York, 118, 119, 131;
bestows the see of York upon Paulinus, 118;
marries Quenburga, 119;
his glorious reign, 123, 124, 130;
Caedwalla rebels against him, 130;
defeated and killed at the battle of Hatfield, xxv, 119, 130, 131, 134, 135 n., 154, 167, 384;
buried at Whitby, 131 n., 190;
his head laid in St. Gregory's Chapel in St. Peter's, York, 131, 190 n.;
his Cross and Chalice preserved at Canterbury, 132.

Edwin's Cliff, 393 n.

Edwinspath, see Ouestraefelda.

Egbert, Bishop of York after Wilfrid II, afterwards Archbishop, pupil of Bede, xxxvi, 273 n., 342 n., 390, 391;
founder of the School of York, xxxvi;
Bede's “Epistola ad Ecgbertum” addressed to, xxxvi, 390 n.;
Bede visits, xxxvi, xxxix;
death, 393.

Egbert, English monk in Ireland, probably bishop, xxx, xxxi, 143, 203, 205, 316;
account of, 143 n.;
seized with the plague, 204;
his vow and recovery, 205;
his attempted mission to Frisland, 161 n., 316;
dissuaded by a revelation, 317, 318;
sends Wilbrord instead, 320;
saved from shipwreck, 319;
his good example, 205, 206;
his account of Ceadda's death, 223, 224;
advises Egfrid against the war with the Scots, 286;
his mission to the Columban monasteries, 318, 319, 375, 376, 386;
death, on Easter Day, 205, 376, 377, 378, 386.

Egbert, King of Kent, after Earconbert, xxvii, 213, 287, 377;
consults with Oswy on Church matters, 208;
sends Wighard to Rome, 208, 213;
sends Raedfrid to meet Theodore, 215;
death, 226, 230, 384.

Egfrid, King of Northumbria, son of Oswy, xxviii, xxix, 137 n., 207, 227, 254, 260, 266 n., 302, 352 n., 353;
hostage with Queen Cynwise, 188, 189, 227 n.;
defeats Wulfhere and annexes Lindsey, 191 n., 243, 244;
his conquests, 226 n.;
defeated by Ethelred at the battle of the Trent, 267;
reconciled to Ethelred by Theodore, 267;
gives Benedict Biscop land for the monasteries of Wearmouth and Jarrow, xxxiv, 258;
his dispute with Wilfrid, 242, 245, 385;
marries Ethelthryth, 259;
his relations with her, 259, 260;
appoints Cuthbert Bishop of Lindisfarne, 288, 293;
at the Synod of Twyford, 292;
at the Synod of Hertford, 384;
his death foretold by Cuthbert, 189 n., 285 n.;
sends an army to ravage Ireland, 285;
his expedition against the Picts and Scots, 244 n., 285, 286;
defeated and killed at the battle of Nechtansmere, 247, 285, 286, 288, 342 n., 381 n., 385;
buried at Iona, 285 n.

Egwin, St., Bishop of Worcester, 380 n.

Egypt, 67, 361, 362, 363, 368;
churches of, 196.

Egyptians, their skill in calculation, 366.

Elafius, British Chief, his son cured of his lameness by Germanus, 39, 40.

Elbe, The river, 317 n.

Eleutherus, or Eleuther, Pope, 12, 382.

Elfled, daughter of Oswy, dedicated to religion by her father, xxxiii, 188, 189;
account of, 189 n.;
trained at Whitby, 190;
enters the Monastery of Hartlepool, 190;
joint Abbess of Whitby with her mother, Eanfled, 189 n., 190, 285 n., 286, 306 n.;
her friendship with Trumwine, 286, 287;
death, 190;
buried at Whitby, 190.

Elford-on-Trent, 267 n.

Elfred the priest, carries Bede's bones to Durham, xl.

Elge, see Ely.

Elizabeth, Queen, “The Ecclesiastical History,” translated for her benefit, xxi.

Ellmyn, Celtic name for the English, 317 n.

Elmet Wood, 120.

Elmham, Bishop of, see Badwin, Hadulac.

Ely, Isle of, 260 n., 261, 263;
Monastery of, 260, 261, 262;
St. Audrey's Fair at, 263 n.

Ely, Abbess of, see Ermingild, Ethelthryth, Sexburg.

Emme, Emmo, or Haymo, Bishop of Sens, 215.

Ems, The, 317 n.

End of the World, 71.

English, The, come to Britain, 383;
idolatry among, 67, 70;
called Garmans, 317;
Saxons, 317 n.;
Ellmyn, 317 n.;
Church, xxiii, xxvii, xxix, 53, 65;
language, 6, 45 n.;
religious poetry, 277.

“English Historical Review, The,” editorial reference to, 32 n.

Eni, father of Anna, 172.

Ennereilly, see Inver Daeile.

Eolla, Bishop of Selsey, 345.

Eormenburg, second wife of Egfrid, 242 n., 352 n.;
warned by Cuthbert of Egfrid's death, 285 n.

“Ephesians, Epistle to the,” quoted, 110.

Ephesus, Council of, 255 n.

Epigrams, 389.

“Epistola ad Ecgbertum,” see Bede.

Epternach, Wilbrord's monastery at, 324 n.

Equinox, the Vernal, 84 n., 366, 388.

Ercinwald, Mayor of the Palace to Clovis II, 178, 215 n., 349 n.

Ermingild, daughter of Sexburg, and wife of Wulfhere, 149 n., 261 n.;
Abbess of Ely and Sheppey, 261 n.

Ermynge, or Ixning, 266 n.

Erneshow, or Herneshaw, now St. John's Lee, Hexham, 303 n.

Ernianus, Irish priest, 129.

Esi, Abbot, 3.

Esquiline, The, Rome, 257 n.

Essex, History of, xxiv, xxvii, xxx, 3, 10 n., 89, 150 n., 182, 183, 212, 245 n., 380, 383;
diocese of, see London.

Essex, King of, see Offa, Sabert, Sebbi, Sigbert, Sighard, Sighere, Suefred, Suidhelm.

Estrefeld, Council of, see Ouestraefelda.

Etaples, 215.

Eternal punishment, 51, 53.

Ethelbald, King of Mercia, son of Alweo, 346 n., 380, 386;
account of, 380 n.;
ravages Northumbria, 391;
murdered, 392.

Ethelberg, daughter of Anna, Abbess of Brige, 149 n., 151, 152, 153, 232 n.

Ethelberg, or Tata, daughter of Ethelbert of Kent, wife of Edwin of Northumbria, xxiv, 102, 103, 104, 119, 348 n.;
receives a letter and gifts from Pope Boniface, 109, 111;
her piety, 110;
after Edwin's death, returns with her children and Paulinus into Kent, xxv, 131, 132;
sends Wusfrea and Yffi to King Dagobert, 132.

Ethelbert, King of Kent, third Bretwalda, xxiv, 45, 83, 89, 94, 102;
his wife Bertha, 46;
converted by St. Augustine, 45, 46, 47, 90, 94;
receives a letter and gift from Gregory, 69;
builds St. Paul's, London, and St. Andrew's, Rochester, 89, 163;
endows the bishoprics of London, Rochester and Canterbury, 89;
receives a letter from Boniface, 93;
account of his reign, 93, 94;
his “dooms,” 94;
death, xxiv, 93, 94, 95, 384;
burial, 94;
genealogy, 95;
his second wife marries his son Eadbald, 95, 97.

Ethelbert, King of Kent, son of Wictred, 377.

Ethelburg, St., sister of Earconwald, Abbess of Barking, xxviii, 232, 233;
her miracles, 232, 233, 236, 237;
death, 235, 236, 237;
burial, 236;
her spirit appears to Tortgyth, 237;
“Life of,” xxii, 237 n.

Ethelfrid, King of Northumbria, xxiv, 112, 134;
defeats the Britons at Legacaestir, xxiv, 87, 88;
defeats the Scots at Degsastan, xxiv, 73, 74;
his genealogy and reign, 73, 74;
his persecution of Edwin, 112, 113;
killed in battle by Redwald, 115;
his wives, 147 n.;
his sons, 163.

Ethelhere, King of East Anglia, 121 n., 185 n., 260 n., 271 n.;
occasions the war between Penda and Oswy, 189;
slain at the Winwaed, 189.

Ethelhild, Abbess, 158.

Ethelhun, son of Edwin, 119.

Ethelhun, brother of Ethelwin, 204, 205.

Ethelred, King of Mercia, son of Penda, xxix, 254, 268, 332, 346, 352 n., 353, 385;
account of, 241 n.;
defeats Egfrid at the battle of the Trent, 267;
reconciled to Egfrid by Theodore, 267;
recovers Lindsey, 207 n. 244, 267;
ravages Kent, 241, 242, 385;
his veneration for Bardney Monastery, 157;
appoints Oftfor Bishop of Worcester, 274;
reconciled to Wilfrid, 355, 356;
resigns his throne to Coinred, and becomes a monk, 355, 356;
Abbot of Bardney, 355, 356;
reconciles Coinred to Wilfrid, 356.

Ethelric, King of Northumbria, son of Ida, 73 n., 270 n.

Ethelthryth, St. (of Audrey), daughter of Anna, wife of Tondbert and of Egfrid, xxix, 149 n., 220, 263, 269;
her history, 266;
her virginity, 259, 260, 264, 267;
her virtues, 260, 261;
her gift of prophecy, 261;
gives land for a church at Hexham, 137 n.;
obtains a divorce and retires into the Monastery of Coldingham, 260;
founds the Monastery of Ely, 260, 263;
dies of a tumour, 261, 262, 263;
her flesh preserved from corruption, 260, 262, 266;
her posthumous miracles, 262, 263;
her bones translated by Sexburg, 261, 262, 263;
Bede's hymn in her honour, 264-267.

Ethelthryth, daughter of Edwin, baptized, 119.

Ethelwalch, King of the South Saxons, 245, 247, 251.

Ethelwald, or Oidilwald, sub-king of Deira, son of Oswald, xxvii, 185;
rebels against his uncle Oswy and supports Penda, 163, 189;
gives Cedd land for a monastery at Lastingham, 185, 186.

Ethelwald, King of East Anglia, 185.

Ethelwald, King of Northumbria after Oswulf, 393.

Ethelwald, Abbot of Melrose and Bishop of Lindisfarne, 331, 379 n., 381;
his death, 391;
his gifts to Lindisfarne, 331 n.

Ethelwald, Hermit, 301, 302.

Ethelward, of the Hwiccas, 243 n.

Ethelwin, Bishop of Lindsey, 158, 204, 243.

Ethelwulf, 143 n.

Ethilwin, Oswy's reeve, 164.

Eucharist, The, see Communion.

Eucherius, 340 n.

Eudoxius, heretic Bishop of Constantinople, 255 n., 256.

Eugenius I, Pope, 349 n.

Eulalia, St., 265.

Eumer, attempts to murder Edwin, 103, 104.

Euphemia, St., 265.

Europe, 5.

Eusebius Pamphili, Bishop of Caesarea, 369.

Eusebius, name in religion given to Huaetbert, 389 n.

Eutropius, quoted, xxii, 19.

Eutyches, founder of Eutychianism, 78 n., 254 n., 256.

Eutychius, heretic patriarch of Constantinople, 78.

Eve, 266.

Excommunication, 184.

“Excursus on Paschal Controversy,” see Plummer.

“Exodus,” quoted, 361, 362.

Exorcism of Evil Spirits, 311 n.

“Ezekiel, Commentary on,” by Gregory, 79.

“Ezra,” 387, 388.

Fainéant, Roi, see Clothaire III.

Famines, 26, 27, 28.

Fara, or Burgundofara, foundress of the Monastery of Brige, 151, 215 n.

Faremoûtier-en-Brie, or Farae Monasterium in Brige, see Brige.

Farne, Isle of, or House Island, xxix, 168, 288, 295, 301, 302.

Faro, or Burgundofarus, Bishop of Meaux, 215.

Fasting, 145, 151, 206, 282, 307 n.

Feliskirk, Yorkshire, 121 n.

Felix, St., 388.

Felix III, Pope, 75.

Felix IV, Pope, 75.

Felix, Bishop of Dunwich, xxv, 121, 122, 193;
his school, 172;
death, 122, 178.

Felixstowe, 121 n.

Fen Country, The, 179 n.

Fergus, father of Oengus, 392 n.

Field-of-Oaks, see Dearmach.

Fina, mother of Aldfrid, 287.

Finan, Bishop of Lindisfarne, after Aidan, 169, 201, 204;
baptizes Peada, 180;
ordains Diuma, 181;
baptizes Sigbert, 182;
ordains Cedd, 183;
builds a church at Lindisfarne, 192;
his controversy with Ronan on the Easter question, 193;
death, 193.

Finchale, 204 n.

Fire, future punishment by, 175.

Fire of London, 240 n.

Fish of Britain, 5.

Fiskerton, 123 n.

Flintshire, 86 n.

Florence of Worcester, editorial references to, 191 n., 218 n., 231 n., 241 n., 244 n., 272 n., 273, 274, 301 n., 377 n., 380 n.

Foillan, see Fullan.

Folcard, his Life of St. John of Beverley, editorial references to, 303 n., 305 n.

Fontaines, Monastery of, 92 n.

Forfar, 285 n., 360 n.

Forth, the, or Sea of Giudan, 23 n., 24 n., 142 n., 285 n., 286 n.

Forthere, Bishop of Sherborne after Aldhelm, 344, 345, 379 n., 380.

Forthhere, Edwin's thegn, 104.

Fortunatus, Venantius, Bishop of Poitiers, 14, 265 n.;
his “Praise of Virgins” quoted, 15.

Fosite, the god, son of Balder, 323 n.

Fosse, monastery of, 177 n.

Fosse, Abbot of, see Ultan.

France, 5.

Franks, the, 13, 22, 92 n.;
their language, 45 n.;
Church of, 51, 54, 55;
and see Gaul.

Franks, King of the, see Carloman, Charles Martel, Charibert, Childebert, Chilperic, Clothaire III, Clovis, Dagobert, Pippin, Theodebert, Theoderic.

Franks, Duke of the, see Pippin of Heristal.

Freeman's “Norman Conquest,” editorial references to, 32, 246 n.

Frigyth, Prioress of Hackness, 276.

Frisia, or Frisland, 317, 353 n.;
Wictbert's mission to, 319;
conquered by Pippin, 320;
Wilbrord's mission to, 320;
Wilfrid's mission in, 351.

Frisland, Archbishop of, see Wilbrord.

Frisland, King of, see Aldgils.

Frisland, Bishop of, see Suidbert.

Frithbert, Bishop of Hexham, 391, 393.

Frithonas, see Deusdedit.

Frithwald, Bishop of Whitern, 391.

Fullan, or Foillan, brother of Fursa, 177.

Fuller, his story about Bede's epitaph, xxxiv.

Fünen, 317 n.

Fursa, St., xxvi, 173-178.

“Fursa, Life of St.,” xxii, 173 n., 174, 178.

Gaels, see Goidels.

“Galatians, Epistle to the,” quoted, 371.

“Gallican Martyrology,” editorial reference to, 322 n.

Galloway, 141 n.

Garmans, English so-called by the Britons, 317.

Gateshead-on-Tyne, or At-the-Goat's Head, 180.

Gateshead, Abbot of, see Utta.

Gaul, history of, xxxi, 5, 7, 10, 14 n., 19, 20, 22, 33, 44 n., 55, 92 n., 96, 98, 150, 178, 214, 378, 382;
Church of, 51, 54, 55, 196;
schools of, 121 n., 172.

Gaul, Archbishop of, see Annemundus, Godwin.

Gaul, Bishop of, see Arculf.

Gauls, 9.

Gebmund, Bishop of Rochester, 241, 242, 316.

Genesis, quoted, 73, 110, 366, 370.

Genlade, the river, 315.

Genoa, Bishop of, see Asterius.

Geraint, or Gerontius, Count, 22.

Geraint, or Gerontius, King of Dumnonia, 336 n., 344 n.

Germans, 9, 22 n.

Germanus, Bishop of Auxerre, sent to Britain to confute the Pelagians, xxii, xxiii, 14 n., 32, 33, 34;
church dedicated to, 33 n.;
stills a tempest, 33, 34;
casts out evil spirits, 34;
converts the heretics, 34, 35, 36, 39, 40, 41;
heals a blind girl, 35;
at St. Alban's tomb, 35, 36;
quenches a fire, 36, 37;
healed of lameness by a vision, 36, 37;
assists the Britons in battle, 37, 38;
goes to Ravenna, 41;
Duke of Armorica, 41 n.;
returns to Britain, 39, 40;
his death, 41.

“Germanus, Life of,” see Constantius.

Germany, xxiii, xxx, 5, 161, 392 n.;
English missions to, 316, 317, 319, 320.

Gerontius, see Geraint.

Gertrude, St., 177 n.

Gessoriacum, see Boulogne.

Geta, son of Severus, 13.

Gewissae, see West Saxons.

Gidley, Rev. L., his translation of the “Ecclesiastical History,” xxi.

Gildas, historian, editorial references to, xxii, 5 n., 19 n., 25 n., 42 n.;
his “De Excidio Liber Querulus,” quoted, 42.

Giles, Dr., his translation of the “Ecclesiastical History,” v, xx, xxi.

Gilling, 165 n.

Gilling, Abbot of, see Trumhere, Tunbert.

Giudan, Sea of, i.e., Firth of Forth, 23 n.

Giudi (probably Inchkeith), 23.

Glen, the river, 120.

Glendale, 119 n.

Gloucestershire, 84 n.

Goat's Head, At the, see Gateshead.

Gobban, one of Fursa's priests, 177.

Godmunddingaham, or Goodmanham, 118.

Godwin, Archbishop of Lyons, 316.

Godwine, 246 n.

Goidels, or Gaels, 7 n., 24 n.

Golgotha, 339, 340 n., 341 n.

Goodmanham, see Godmunddingaham.

Gordianus, father of Gregory, 75.

Gore's “Bampton Lectures,” editorial references to, 19 n., 255 n.

Goths, The, 22, 382.

Grampians, the, 141.

Grantacaestir, or Grantchester, 261, 262.

Gratian, Emperor, 20;
slain by Maximus, 382.

Gratian, or Gratianus, tyrant in Britain, 22.

Greece, churches of, 196.

Greek, or Eastern Church, practices of the, 214, 215.

Green, J. R., his “Making of England,” editorial references to, 32 n., 84 n., 188 n.

Gregorian Music, 77 n., 133, 358.

“Gregorian Sacramentary,” see “Liber Sacramentorum.”

Gregory the Great, St., Pope, xxiv, xxv, xxxviii, 2, 3, 45, 93, 122 n., 126, 213 n., 218;
account of, 42 n., 75-83;
his genealogy, 75, 76;
his character, 75;
his pontificate, 75, 81;
sent to Constantinople, 77, 83 n.;
confutes the heresy of Eutychius, 78;
his learning and literary works, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81;
his connection with Church music, 133 n.;
his meeting with the Anglian slaves, 82;
sends Augustine on a mission to Britain to convert the English, 42, 43, 45, 49, 75, 80, 83, 131, 383;
letter recommending Augustine and Candidus to Aetherius, 44;
letters to Augustine and the English mission, 43, 64, 65, 68, 69, 290;
letter to Vergilius, 63, 64;
letter to Mellitus, 66, 67, 68;
sends the pall to Augustine, 64, 65, 383;
letter to Ethelbert, 69-72;
his gifts to Ethelbert, 69, 71;
his answers to Augustine's questions on discipline, xxiv, 49-63, 79, 84 n., 85 n.;
private letters, 79;
sends Paulinus to Britain, 64, 383;
his weak health, 79;
death, 75, 81, 384;
burial, 81;
epitaph, 81, 82;
altar dedicated to him at SS. Peter and Paul's, Canterbury, 90;
quoted, 333, 334;
his disciples, 348, 358;
lives of, 75 n., 83 n.;
and see Dudden, Whitby.

Gregory, St., Martyr, 210.

Gregory II, Pope, 2, 314.

Gregory III, Pope, 2 n.

Guest, editorial reference to, 32 n.

Guthfrid, Abbot of Lindisfarne, 301, 302.

Guthlac, St., his Hermitage, 380 n.

Gwynedd, King of, see Caedwalla, Cadvan.

Habakkuk, quoted, 368.

Habetdeus, 179 n.

Hackness, or Hacanos, Monastery of, 275, 276.

Hackness, Abbess of, see Hilda.

Hackness, Prioress of, see Frigyth.

Haddan and Stubbs, “Councils and Ecclesiastical Documents,” editorial references to, 84 n., 87 n., 306 n., 315 n., 316 n., 319 n., 343 n., 345 n., 379 n., 380 n., 391 n.

Haddenham, 220 n.

Hades, 326, 327, 329, 330.

Hadrian, Pope, 219 n.

Hadrian, Emperor, his wall, 13 n., 25, 26, 136 n., 137.

Hadrian, Abbot of Niridanum and later of St. Augustine's Monastery, Canterbury, xxviii, xxx, 214, 316 n., 343 n., 377;
refuses the English Archbishopric, 2, 214;
recommends Andrew, 214;
recommends Theodore, 2 n., 214;
accompanies Theodore on his journey to Britain, 2 n., 213, 214, 215;
detained by Ebroin at Quentavic, 216;
his arrival in Britain, 216, 357;
made Abbot of St. Augustine's, 216;
his learning, 216, 217, 357;
accompanies Theodore in his pastoral visitations, 216, 217;
death, 357;
buried in St. Augustine's, 357.

Hadulac, Bishop of Elmham, 379 n., 380.

Haedde, Bishop of Winchester after Leutherius, 148, 241;
supposed to be identical with Aetla, 272 n.;
his character, 342;
resists Bertwald's division of the Bishopric, 343 n.;
death, 342, 343;
posthumous miracles, 343.

Haemgils, a monk, 330.

Haethfelth (Hatfield Chase, near Doncaster), Battle of, xxv, 131.

Haethfelth (Hatfield, Hertfordshire), Synod of, xxix, 254, 255, 256, 259, 385.

Hagustald, see Hexham.

Hallelujah, or Allelujah, 80, 83.

Hallelujah victory of Germanus, 38, 39.

Hallington, 136 n.

Halydene, 136 n.

Hamble, or Homelea, The River, 253.

Hampshire, 253 n., 343 n.

Harold, 246 n.

Hartlepool, Heruteu, or the Island of the Hart, Monastery at, 190, 271.

Hartlepool, Abbess of, see Heiu, Hilda.

“Hateful Year, The,” in Northumbria, xxv, 135.

Hatfield, see Haethfelth.

Hatfield Chase, see Haethfelth.

Haverfield, editorial reference to, 13 n.

Haymo, see Emme.

Healaugh, Monastery of, 271 n.

Heavenly Field, the, see Hefenfelth.

“Hebrews, The Epistle to the,” quoted, 79.

Hebron, 341, 342.

Hecana, see Hereford.

Hedda, Bishop of Lichfield, 379 n.

Hefenfelth, or The Heavenly Field, 136, 137.

Heiu, first Northumbrian nun, 271, 275 n.;
founds the monastery of Hartlepool, 271;
retires to Calcaria, 271, 272;
her gravestone, 271 n.

Helen, 264.

Helena, mother of Constantine, 19;
legality of her marriage, 19 n.;
her Finding of the True Cross, 339, 340 n.

Heliand, The, 277 n.

Heligoland, 323 n.

Hell, 51, 327, 328, 335.

Hengist, leader of the Anglo-Saxons, 30, 45 n., 95.

Henry VIII, 275 n.

Heracleonas, or Heraclius, Emperor, son of Heraclius, 127.

Heraclius, Emperor, 127 n.

Herbert, see Herebert.

Herebald, Abbot of Tynemouth, 309, 310, 311.

Herebert, St., a hermit, the friend of Cuthbert, 294, 295.

Hereford, See of, 218 n., 380 n.

Hereford, Bishop of, see Putta, Tyrhtel, Torthere, Wahlstod.

Herefrid, 391.

Hereric, nephew of Edwin, and father of Hilda, 270;
poisoned by Cerdic, 274.

Heresuid, sister of Hilda, and wife of Ethelhere, 271.

Heriburg, Abbess of Watton, her daughter healed by John of Beverley's prayers, 305, 306, 307.

Hermit, a British, lays a trap for Augustine, 86.

Hertford, Synod of, xxviii, 226, 227, 384.

Hertfordshire, 10 n., 18 n., 255 n.

Heruteu, see Hartlepool.

Herutford, see Hertford.

Hewalds, The Two (Black and White), martyrs, 320, 321, 322.

Hexham, or Hagustald, xxx, 136 n., 137, 243 n., 303 n.;
diocese of, 137 n., 353 n.

Hexham, Bishop of, see Acca, Eata, Frithbert, John, Tunbert, Wilfrid.

Hiddila, priest to Bernwin, 252.

Hii, see Iona.

Hilarus, arch-presbyter, 129.

Hilda, St., daughter of Hereric, Abbess of Hartlepool and afterwards of Whitby, xxix, 190, 270, 271, 272;
account of her life, 270-275;
builds the monastery of Streanaeshalch or Whitby, 190, 272;
her attitude on the Easter question, 195;
her opposition to Wilfrid, 195 n.;
her character, 272;
her pupils, 272, 273, 274;
illness and death, 270, 275, 385;
friendship for Aidan, 272.

Hildilid, pupil of Aldhelm, Abbess of Barking after Ethelburg, 237, 344 n.

“History of the Abbots,” Anonymous, see Abbots;
Bede's, see Bede.

Hlothere, King of Kent after Egbert, xxviii, xxix, 230, 254, 269;
Edric's revolt against, 287;
grants Bertwald land in Thanet, 315;
death, 285, 287, 385.

Holder, editor of the “Ecclesiastical History,” xx.

Holmhurst, 18 n.

Holy Island, see Lindisfarne.

Holy Housel, 275.

Homelea, see Hamble.

Honorius, Emperor, 21, 22, 26.

Honorius, Pope, xxv, 105 n., 124, 132;
sends the Pall to Paulinus, and to Archbishop Honorius, 124, 125, 126, 127;
his letters, 124-130;
sends Birinus to the West Saxons, xxvi, 147, 148.

Honorius, Archbishop of Canterbury after Justus, xxv, 123, 125, 126, 132, 163, 164, 193;
ordained by Paulinus, 126;
receives the Pall from Pope Honorius, 125, 126;
sends Felix to East Anglia, 122;
a disciple of Pope Gregory, 348;
death, 178, 179.

Horsa, brother of Hengist, 30.

Horse, miraculously cured at Oswald's death-place, 155.

Horsted, 30.

House Island, see Farne.

Hreutford, see Redbridge.

Hrof, 89.

Hrofaescaestrae, see Rochester.

Huaetbert, Abbot of Wearmouth and Jarrow, xxxiv, xl, 389.

Huddersfield, 120 n.

Hugh de Puisac, erects a shrine at Durham, for the bones of Bede and others, xl.

Hull, The River, 303 n.

Humber, The River, 30, 45, 82 n., 89, 94, 102, 122, 164, 320, 380.

Hunt, Dr., his “History of the English Church,” editorial references to, vi, 84 n.

Huntingdonshire, 179 n.

Huns, The, 27, 317.

Hunwald, betrays Oswin, 164.

Hurst, W., his translation of the “Ecclesiastical History,” xxi.

Hussey, his edition of the “Ecclesiastical History,” xx, 392 n.

Hwiccas, The, 84, 243 n.;
diocese of, see Worcester.

Hwiccas, King of the, see Aenhere, Eanfrid.

Hwiccas, sub-king of the, 377 n.;
and see Osric.

Hygbald, Abbot of Bardney, 223, 224.

Hymns, 264-267, 389.

I (Iona), 140 n.

Ibas, Bishop of Edessa, his heresy, 255 n., 256.

Ida, first King of Bernicia, 73 n., 383, 391;
account of, 383 n.;
founds Bamborough, 147 n., 383 n.

Idle, the Battle of the, 115.

Idols, destruction of, 67, 70, 151.

Ii (Iona), 140 n.

Imma, 268, 269, 270.

Immersion, Single, 87 n.

Immin, Mercian chief, 191, 192.

Importunus, Bishop of Paris, 194 n.

In Berecingum, see Barking.

In Brige, see Brige.

In Compendio, see Compiègne.

Incuneningum, 325.

Inderauuda, see John of Beverley.

Indictions, 227, 254.

Indulgences, 294 n.

Infeppingum, 181.

Ingetlingum, monastery of, 164, 165, 191.

Ingwald, Bishop of London, 379, 380, 391.

Ingyruum, 359, and see Jarrow.

Inhrypum, see Ripon.

Ini, or Ine, King of Wessex after Caedwalla, xxx, 314;
conquers Sussex, 251;
his “Dooms,” 231 n., 251 n.;
Aldhelm's influence with, 343 n.;
his abdication and pilgrimage to Rome, 314, 345 n.

Inisboufinde, see Innisboffin.

Inishmahee, Bishop of, see Cronan.

Inlade, the river, 315.

Inlitore, now Kaiserwerth, Monastery at, 324.

Innisboffin, Inisboufinde, or The Island of the White Heifer, 225, 226.

Intiningaham, see Tininghame.

Inundalum, see Oundle.

Inver Daeile, or Ennereilly, Bishop of, see Dagan.

Inverness, 140 n.

Iona, Hii, I or Ii, the island of, included in Ireland, xxv, xxvi, 92 n., 191 n., 201, 225;
given to Columba by Bridius or by Conall, xxvi, 142;
its monastery founded by Columba, xxvi, 142, 383;
its constitution and jurisdiction, xxvi, 139 n., 140, 142, 169, 181, 183 n., 318;
its monks converted to Catholic usages, xxvi, xxxi, xxxix, 337, 373, 374, 375, 376, 377;
piety of its Abbots, 143;
derivation of the name, 140 n.

Iona, Abbot of, see Adamnan, Columba, Segeni.

Ireland, History of, xxix, 5, 7, 8, 9, 91, 92, 94, 161, 177, 191 n., 204, 285, 306 n., 337, 373, 383;
description of, 7, 8, 9;
its hospitality to the English monks, 204.

Irish, or Scots, Bishop of the, see Palladius.

Irish Annals, editorial reference to, 337 n.

Irish Church, xxiii, xxv, xxx, xxxix, 87 n., 138, 139, 142 n., 143, 144, 193-201, 336, 374-377.

Irminric, father of Ethelbert, King of Kent, 95.

Isaac, 387;
his tomb, 341.

Isaiah, quoted, 186, 209.

Ishmael, 378 n.

Isle of Wight, see Wight.

Israel, 67, 341 n.

Itala, the, 366, 368.

Italian Sea, the, 132.

Italy, 6, 20, 79, 92 n., 93, 196.

Itchen, the river, 252 n.

Ithamar, Bishop of Rochester, 164, 178 n., 179.

Iudeu, 23 n., 189 n.

Ixning, see Ermynge.

Jacobsburgh, see Akeburgh.

Jacob's Tomb, 341 n.

James, St., quoted, 197, 372.

James the Less, St., 215 n.

James the Deacon, companion of Paulinus, xxv, 123;
left at York when Paulinus flees into Kent, 132;
a village named after him, 132;
teaches Church music, 132, 133, 217;
observes the Catholic Easter, 193, 195;
at Whitby, 195;
death, 133.

Jarrow, see Wearmouth and Jarrow.

Jarrow, Abbot of, see Benedict Biscop, Ceolfrid, Huaetbert.

Jaruman, Bishop of Mercia, xxviii, 192, 206 n., 351 n.;
his mission to the East Saxons, 212, 245 n.;
death, 218.

Jerome, 21 n., 387.

Jerusalem, 337, 339, 340, 341.

Jet, 6.

Jezebel, 349 n.

Job, quoted, 80, 370;
his tonsure, 370;
“Commentary on,” see Gregory.

John the Baptist, St., his martyrdom, 53.

John the Deacon, author of “Life of Gregory,” 75 n., 81 n., 83 n.

John the Evangelist, St., xlii, 304;
his celebration of Easter, 196, 197, 198;
quoted, 335, 363.

John IV, Pope, consecrated, 128 n.;
his letter to the Scots, 128, 129, 130, 144 n.

John VI, Pope, Wilfrid's cause tried before, 353.

John, Archbishop of Arles, 215.

John, Chief of the Papal notaries, 129.

John of Beverley, Bishop of Hexham after Eata, xxix, 302, 353 n.;
a pupil of Hilda, 273;
of Theodore, 305 n.;
appointed Bishop of York, 305, 356 n.;
ordains Bede, xxxiii, 386;
his miracles, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311;
at Erneshow, 303, 304;
at Watton, 305, 306;
consecrates churches, 307, 308;
resigns the bishopric of York and retires to Beverley, 312;
ordains his successor, Wilfrid II, Bishop of York, 312;
death, 311, 312;
buried at St. Peter's, Beverley, 311, 312.

John, a martyr, 210.

John, the precentor, brought into Britain to teach Church music, 258;
Abbot of St. Martin's Monastery, 257;
at the Synod of Haethfelth, 257, 258, 259, 385;
dies on his way back to Rome, 259;
buried at Tours, 259.

Jonah, quoted, 319.

Joseph, 341 n., 370.

Julianus of Campania, heretic Bishop of Eclanum, 21.

Julius, British martyr, 18.

Julius Caesar, see Caesar.

Justin II, Emperor, 140.

Justinian I, Emperor, 140, 203 n., 256.

Justinian II, Emperor, 314.

Justus, Bishop of Rochester, afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury, xxiv, 89, 92, 100;
sent by Gregory to Augustine, 64;
takes refuge in Gaul, xxiv, 96, 97;
ordains Romanus Bishop of Rochester, 100;
ordains Paulinus, 103, 384;
sends Romanus on a mission to Pope Honorius, 132;
death, 123, 125.

Jutes, the, 30, 31, 245 n., 252.

Jutland, 30, 317 n.

Kaelcacaestir, see Calcaria.

Kaiserswerth, 324 n.

Katwyk, 320 n.

Kent, history, xxii, xxix, 2, 5 n., 30, 89, 93, 94, 96, 102 n., 127 n., 130, 152, 166, 172, 179, 217, 241, 242, 245, 261, 269, 273, 316 n., 385;
language of, 45 n.;
settlement of Christianity in, xxii, xxiv, xxix, 95, 193, 290;
diocese of, 323, 379 n., 380;
and see Canterbury and Rochester.

Kent, king of, see Alric, Eadbert, Earconbert, Egbert, Ethelbert, Hlothere, Irminric, Mul, Octa, Oeric, Suaebhard, Wictred.

Kerslake, T., his “Vestiges of the Supremacy of Mercia,” editorial reference to, 255 n.

Kyle, Plain of, conquered by Eadbert, 392.

Labienus, the Tribune, slain in battle with the Britons, 10.

Laestingaeu, see Lastingham.

Lagny-on-the-Marne, or Latineacum, 178.

Laistranus, Irish priest, 129.

Lammermuir Hills, 288 n.

Lancashire, 204 n.

Lanfranc, Archbishop, rebuilds Canterbury Cathedral, 72 n.

Langres, 257 n.

Laodicea, Bishop of, see Anatolius.

Lastingham, or Laestingaeu, Monastery of, xxvii, xxxv, 3, 185, 186, 187, 207, 218, 220, 351.

Lastingham, Abbot of, see Ceadda, Cedd.

Lateran Councils, 256 n., 352.

Latin Language, 6;
poetry, 264 n.

Latineacum, see Lagny.

Laurentius, St., Deacon and Martyr, 210.

Laurentius, second Archbishop of Canterbury, xxiv, 49, 64 n., 91, 92, 93, 96;
sent by Augustine to Gregory, 49;
consecrates the Church of SS. Peter and Paul, Canterbury, 90;
his letters to the Scots and Britons, 91, 92;
rebuked and scourged by St. Peter in a dream, 97;
converts King Eadbald, 97;
death and burial, 98.

Leah's Tomb, 341 n., 342.

Leeds, or Loidis, 120, 189 n.

Leeds, or Loidis and Elmet, King of, see Cerdic.

Legacaestir, see Chester.

Legions, City of, see Chester and Caerleon-on-Usk.

Leicester, Diocese of, 148 n., 379 n.

Leicester, Bishop of, 274 n.

Leicestershire, 179 n.

Leinster, 92 n., 141 n., 142 n.

Lent, 38, 151, 186, 206.

Leptis in Tripolis, 12.

Lérins, 33.

Leutherius, or Hlothere, Bishop of Wessex, nephew of Agilbert, 147, 150, 151;
consecrated by Theodore, 151;
at the Hertford Synod, 228;
ordains Aldhelm, 343 n.;
death, 241.

Leviticus, quoted 279, 364.

“Liber Sacramentorum,” or Gregorian Sacramentary, attributed to Gregory, 81 n.

“Liber Eliensis,” editorial reference to, 266 n.

Lichfield, Diocese of, xxviii, 219 n.;
Cathedral, 224 n.

Lichfield, Bishop of, see Aldwin, Ceadda, Hedda, Sexwulf, Wynfrid.

Liddesdale, 73 n.

Liège, 177 n.

Light, Supernatural, 157, 232, 233, 234, 322.

Lilla, gives his life for Edwin's, 104.

Lincoln, 122, 123, 126.

Lincolnshire, 122 n., 123 n., 157, 179 n., 219 n.

Lindisfari, 245 n.

Lindisfarne, or Holy Island, Monastery of, xxv, xxxvi, 1 n., 4, 139, 169, 186, 202, 203, 225, 290, 347;
Church of, xxiii, 4, 183, 192, 295, 302;
diocese of, xxv, 243 n., 325 n., 351 n., 353.

Lindisfarne, Abbot of, see Aidan, Guthfrid.

Lindisfarne, Bishop of, see Aidan, Colman, Conwulf, Cuthbert, Eadbert, Eadfrid, Eata, Ethelwald, Finan, Tuda.

Lindsey, history, xxv, 3, 4, 157, 191, 207 n., 243 n., 244, 267 n., 353 n.;
diocese of, 225, 243 n., 380 n.

Lindsey, Bishop of, see Alwic, Ceadda, Cynibert, Diuma, Eadhaed, Edgar, Ethelwin.

Linlithgow, 32, 189 n.

Littleborough, 123 n.

Liudhard, Bishop, Chaplain to Bertha, 46, 51 n.

Loidis, see Leeds.

Lombards, 148 n.;
King of the, see Perctarit.

London, metropolis of the East Saxons, 89, 241;
diocese of, 49 n., 65, 183 n.

London, Bishop of, see Earconwald, Ingwald, Mellitus, Waldhere, Wini.

Looking-glass, sent by Pope Boniface to Queen Ethelberg, 111.

Lord's Day, the, 197.

Lothians, the, 189 n.

Louth, County, 204 n.

Lucius, King of Britain, his conversion, xxiii, 12, 149 n., 382.

Lucius Bibulus, Consul, 9.

Lucius Verus, Emperor, see Aurelius.

Lugubalia, see Carlisle.

Luke, St., quoted, 78.

Lul, Archbishop of Mainz, 392 n.

Lupus, Bishop of Troyes, 40;
sent to Britain to confute the Pelagians, xxiii, 32, 33, 34;
churches dedicated to, 33;
casts out evil spirits, 34.

Luxeuil, Monastery of, 92 n.

Lyccidfelth, see Lichfield.

Lyons, 194, 316 n.

Lyons, Archbishop of, see Aetherius, Annemundus, Godwin.

Lyons, Count of, see Dalfinus.

Maas, the, 317 n.

Maban, or Mafa, a teacher of Church music, 358.

Macedonia, 6.

Macedonius, Heretic Bishop of Constantinople, 255 n., 256.

Maelduib, see Maildufus.

Maeldum, see Meaux.

Maelmin, Northumbria, 120.

Maestricht, 177 n.

Maes-y-Garmon, or Field of Germanus, said to be the scene of the Hallelujah Victory, 38 n.

Mafa, see Maban.

Mageo, see Mayo.

Maildufus, or Maelduib founds the Monastery of Malmesbury, 343 n., 344.

Mailros, see Melrose.

Maintz, Bishop of, see Boniface, Redger, Lul.

“Making of England, The,” see Green.

Malachi, quoted, 367.

Malmesbury, or City of Maildufus, 343, 344;
perhaps Augustine's Ác, 84 n.

Malmesbury, Abbot of, see Aldhelm.

Malmesbury, William of, see William.

Mamre, Hill of, 342.

Man, Isle of, 94, 102;
and see Mevanian Islands.

Mandubracius, see Androgius.

Marcellinus, his “Life of Suidbert,” 323 n.

Marcian, Emperor, 29, 41, 383.

Marcus, Emperor in Britain, 22 n.

Marcus Antoninus Verus, or Marcus Aurelius, Emperor, 12.

Marigena, see Pelagius.

Mark, St., quoted, 110;
his observance of Easter, 364.

Market Weighton, 118.

Maro (Vergil), 264.

Marriage, of the lower clergy, 50;
lawful and unlawful, 52, 53, 95, 97, 184;
customs of, 54;
rules and discipline of, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 230.

Marseilles, 215.

Martial, editorial reference to, 264 n.

Martin, St., Bishop of Tours, 48, 141, 257 n., 259 n.

Martin, Pope, 256, 258.

Martyrium Church at Jerusalem, 339, 340.

“Martyrology,” Bede's, see Bede.

Martyrs, Church of the Four Crowned, Canterbury, 99.

Mary, the Virgin, 264, 266, 355;
churches of, 224, 339.

Maserfelth, Battle of, xxvi, 154, 155.

Masses, 51, 81, 96, 268, 269, 270;
and see Communion.

Mason, Dr., his “Mission of St. Augustine,” editorial references to, vi, 45 n.

Matthew, St., quoted, 100, 101, 110, 126, 127, 173, 200, 211, 371, 393.

Matthew of Westminster, editorial reference to, 345 n.

Maurice, or Mauritius, Emperor, 42, 43, 44, 64, 66, 68, 71, 72, 81.

Maximian, surnamed Herculius, Emperor, 13, 14.

Maximus, Emperor in Britain, 20, 382.

Mayo, Mageo or Muigeo, 225 n., 226.

Mayor and Lumby's edition of Books III and IV of the “Ecclesiastical History,” editorial references to, vi, xx, xxxv n., 220 n., 261 n.

Mayor of the Palace, see Ebroin, Ercinwald.

Meanware, 245.

Meaux, or Maeldum, 355.

Meaux, Bishop of, see Faro.

Medeshamstead, see Peterborough.

Medeshamstead, Abbot of, see Cuthbald.

Meilochon, father of Bridius, King of the Picts, 142.

Meldi, the, 215.

Melfont, or Mellifont, 204 n.

Mellitus, Bishop of London and afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury, sent by Gregory to Augustine, xxiv, 64, 66, 89, 92, 231 n., 383;
account of, 64 n.;
goes to Rome, 92, 93;
expelled by the East Saxons, takes refuge with Justus in Gaul, 96, 97, 182;
returns from Gaul, 98;
succeeds Laurentius as Archbishop of Canterbury, 98, 99;
suffers from gout, 98;
death and burial, 99, 100;
his character, 98, 99.

Melrose, or Mailros, Monastery of, 194 n., 202, 288, 290, 318, 326.

Melrose, Abbot of, see Eata, Ethelwald;
Provost of, see Boisil.

Menapia, Belgium, 13 n.

Meon, East and West, 245 n.

Meonstoke, 245 n.

Mercia, history of, xxvii, xxix, xxx, 3, 45, 115, 122 n., 163, 172, 179 n., 226 n., 323, 352 n., 353 n., 379, 380 n., 385;
its conversion, xxvii, xxviii, 177, 190, 384;
diocese of, 148 n., 218 n., 219 n., 243 n., 244 n., 272 n., 273 n., 379 n., 380.

Mercia, King of, see Beornred, Cearl, Ceolred, Coenred, Ethelbald, Ethelred, Offa, Penda, Wulfhere.

Mercia, Bishop of, see Aldwin, Ceadda, Jaruman, Sexwulf, Wilfrid, Wynfrid;
and see Mid-Anglia.

Mercians, 30.

Merivale, editorial reference to, 18 n.

Metals of Britain, 6.

Metrical Art, the, 217.

Mevanian Islands (Man and Anglesea), conquered by Edwin, 94, 102.

Michael, the Archangel, appears to Wilfrid in a dream, 355.

Mid-Anglia, conversion of, xxvi, xxvii, 30, 179, 181, 384.

Mid-Anglia and Mercia, Bishop of, see Diuma, Ceollach, Trumhere.

Middlesex, 10 n.

Milan, 132 n.

Milan, Archbishop of, see Asterius.

Millfield (perhaps Maelmin), 120 n.

Miracles, xxix, xxxix, 232, 233, 237, 238, 268, 269, 270, 325;
of Aidan, 167;
of Augustine, 81, 83;
of Cedd, 187;
of Cuthbert, 291, 292, 297, 300;
of Earcongota, 152, 153;
of Earconwald, 232;
of Ethelthryth, 262, 263;
of Ethelwald, 301, 302;
of Haedde, 343;
of the Hewalds, 322;
of John of Beverley, 302-311;
of Oswald, xxvi, 136, 137, 138, 154-160, 162, 163, 248, 249, 250;
of Paulinus, 122;
of Sebbi, 240.

Miracles, Gregory on, 68, 69.

“Mission of St. Augustine,” see Mason.

Moberly, his edition of the “Ecclesiastical History,” xx.

Moinenn, name for Ninias, 141 n.

Moll, King of Northumbria, 393.

Monasteries, in England, xxvi, 151;
in Gaul, xxvi, 151;
double or mixed, 151 n., 177 n., 190, 233, 260 n., 273, 283, 284;
rules for, 229;
constitution of, 142 n.;
hereditary succession in, 306 n.

“Monasticon,” see Dugdale.

Monk, an ungodly, his wicked life and miserable death, 334, 335;
his visions of hell, 335.

Monophysite Heresy, the, 254 n.

Monothelitism, xxix, 214 n., 254 n., 258, 352.

“Monumenta Historica Britannica,” xx.

Moore, Bishop, his MS. of the “Ecclesiastical History,” xix, xx.

Moray Frith, 360 n.

Mopsuestia, Bishop of, see Theodore.

Morgan, see Pelagius.

Morini, The, 5, 9.

Mosaic Law, 196, 198, 361.

Mount of Olives, 340, 341.

Mount Sion, 340.

Muigeo, see Mayo.

Mul, usurper in Kent, 287 n.

Music, Church, 133, 217, 218, 258, 265 n., 358, 386;
supernatural, 221.

Naiton, or Nechtan mac Derili, King of the Picts, xxx, xxxi;
adopts Catholic usages, 359, 360, 374;
asks Ceolfrid for advice and builders, 359;
builds a stone church, 359;
expels the Columban clergy, 359 n.;
receives Ceolfrid's letter, 374.

Namur MS. of the “Ecclesiastical History,” xix.

Naples, 214.

Nativity of our Lord, see Christmas.

Nechtan mac Derili, see Naiton.

Nechtansmere, or Dunnechtan, battle of, 285.

Nendrum, or Inishmahee, Bishop of, see Cromanus.

Nennius, editorial references to, 23 n., 147 n., 188 n., 189 n., 391 n.

Nero, Emperor, 11, 14.

Nestorius, Bishop of Constantinople, his heresy, 255 n., 256.

Neustria, King of, see Chilperic, Clothaire III, Clovis II.

Neustrians defeated by Pippin, 320 n.

Newark, 123 n.

Newcastle, 180 n.

Nicaea, Council of, 19, 128, 198, 227 n., 255, 369 n.

Nicene Creed, 256 n.

Nidd, Synod of the, 356, 385 n.

Ninian, Ninias or Moinenn, Bishop of Whitern, 48 n., 141;
his mission to the Southern Picts, 141.

Niridanum, monastery of, 214.

Nisan, the month, 84 n., 365 n.

Nivelles, monastery of, 177 n.

Nola, Campania, 388 n.

Nola, Bishop of, see Paulinus.

Norfolk, Bishopric of, 231 n.

“Norman Conquest, The,” see Freeman.

Northamptonshire, 179 n., 180, 268 n., 346 n.

North Burton, 308.

North Pole, the, 6.

Northumberland, 4 n., 292 n.

Northumbria, Bede's acquaintance with its history, xxii, xxiii;
history of, xxiv, xxv, xxvii, xxix, 82 n., 122 n., 127 n., 131, 164, 168, 185, 190 n., 195, 204, 226 n., 286, 325, 352 n., 380 n., 393 n.;
establishment of Christianity in, xxiv, xxv, 102, 104, 117, 118, 119, 120, 132, 133, 139, 381;
diocese of, xxvii, xxix, 3, 4, 137 n., 219, 242, 351 n., 379 n., 381.

Northumbria, King of, see Aldfrid, “Alfrid,” Aluchred, Ceolwulf, Coenred, Eadbert, Eadwulf, Edwin, Egfrid, Ethelfrid, Ethelwald, Moll, Osred, Osric, Oswald, Oswulf, Oswy.

Northumbria, Bishop of, 143 n.;
and see Bishops of Lindisfarne and York.

Northumbrians, 30.

North Wales, 86 n.

Norwich, the diocese of, 122 n., 231 n.

Nothelm, Archbishop of Canterbury, xxii, 2, 390;
his research, xxii, 2;
his questions to Bede answered, 387 n.;
death, 391.

Nottinghamshire, 115 n.

Numbers, quoted, 362.

Oak, the (possibly Augustine's Ác), 84 n.

Octa, grandfather of Ethelbert, King of Kent, 95.

Oder, the river, 317 n.

Odo, Archbishop of Canterbury, 346 n.

Oecumenical Councils, see Councils.

Oengus, Angus or Ungust, King of the Picts, son of Fergus, 392 n., 393.

Oeric, Oisc, son of Hengist, 95.

Offa, King of Essex, son of Sighere, his abdication and pilgrimage to Rome, xxx, 345 n., 346.

Offa, King of Mercia, 18 n., 219 n., 392.

Offerings at the Altar, divisions of, 49, 50.

Oftfor, Bishop of Worcester, 273, 274, 380 n.

Oiddi, a priest of Wilfrid's, 245.

Oidilwald, sub-king of Deira, see Ethelwald.

Oil calms a storm, 167.

Oisc, see Oeric.

Oiscings, the, 94.

Olivet, Mount, see Mount of Olives.

Old Saxons, The, 317, 320, 321, 322.

Old Sarum, 343 n.

Opus Paschale, see Sedulius.

Orcades, The, see Orkneys.

Ordination of bishops, 49, 50, 53, 54.

Orkneys, The, 5, 11, 142 n., 382.

Orosius, xxii, 5 n., 25 n.

Orthography, 389.

Osfrid, son of Edwin, baptized, 119;
slain in battle, 131;
his son, 132.

Osred, King of Northumbria, after Aldfrid, xxx, 342, 345, 346 n., 356, 357, 377 n., 385 n.;
besieged in Bamborough by Eadwulf, 385 n.;
killed in battle, 375, 386.

Osric, sub-king of the Hwiccas, 273 n.

Osric, King of Deira after Edwin, son of Aelfric, 134, 135, 164.

Osric, King of Northumbria after Coenred, xxxi, 1 n., 273 n., 375 n., 377;
his parentage, 377 n.;
death, 378, 386.

Osthryth, daughter of Oswy, wife of Ethelred, King of Mercia, 157, 267, 352 n.;
her love for Bardney Monastery, 157, 158;
murdered by her nobles, 385.

Oswald, King of Northumbria after Eanfrid and Osric, and sixth Bretwalda, xxv, 94, 131, 132, 135, 185, 189, 243 n.;
unites Bernicia and Deira, xxvi, 134, 164 n., 383 n.;
extent of his dominions, 146;
his mother, 147 n.;
his victory over Caedwalla at Hefenfelth, xxv, 135;
erects a cross at Hefenfelth, 136;
invites Aidan to restore Northumbria to Christianity, xxv, 134, 138, 145;
baptized, 138;
appoints Aidan Bishop of Lindisfarne, 138, 139;
his relations with Cynegils, 148;
marries Cynegils' daughter, 148;
makes Birinus Bishop of Dorchester, 148;
finishes building St. Peter's, York, 119;
his piety, 136, 146, 147, 154, 160;
church built in his honour, 137;
length of his reign, 135, 154;
slain at Maserfelth, xxvi, 137, 154, 160, 163, 164 n., 384;
burial and translation of his remains, 157, 158, 160, 161;
his arms miraculously preserved from corruption, 147;
his posthumous miracles, xxvi, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162;
averts a pestilence by his posthumous prayers, 248, 249, 250;
legend connected with his name, 154 n.;
the day of his death celebrated, 250, 251;
“Life of,” see Reginald.

Oswald's Tree, Oswestry, or Croes Oswallt (Cross Oswald), 154 n.

Oswin, King of Deira, son of Osric, xxvi, 164, 181 n., 185 n.;
his love for Aidan, 165, 166;
his character and appearance, 164, 165, 166;
his reign, 164;
murdered by Oswy, xxvi, 164, 166, 191, 384;
monastery built in his memory, 165.

Oswin, an Aetheling, killed by Moll, 393.

Oswinthorp, 120 n.

Oswulf, King of Northumbria, son of Eadbert, 393.

Oswy, King of Bernicia and afterwards of Northumbria, seventh Bretwalda, son of Ethelfrid, xxvi, xxvii, xxviii, 94, 157, 179 n., 201, 218, 224 n., 257 n., 260 n., 287, 377 n.;
murders Oswin, xxvi, 163, 164;
buries Oswald's head and arms, 160, 161;
his reign, 163;
his dominions, 218, 219;
attacks upon him, 163;
his struggle with and defeat of Penda of Mercia, 181, 188, 189, 190, 191, 243 n.;
marries Eanfled, daughter of Edwin, 167;
dedicates his daughter Elfled to a religious life, xxxiii, 188, 189;
his daughter Alchfled married to Peada, son of Penda, 180, 191;
sends Cedd to convert the East Saxons, 182, 183;
endows monasteries, 188, 189, 190, 191;
instructed by the Scots, 194;
converted to Catholic usages, 200, 201, 226;
at the Whitby Synod, 195, 200, 201;
at Lindisfarne, 202, 203;
sends Ceadda into Kent, 207;
his conference with Egbert, 208;
sends Wighard to Rome, 208, 213;
his treatment of Wilfrid, 350, 351;
Pope Vitalian's letter to, 208, 209, 210, 211;
intends to go to Rome, 226, 227;
sickness and death, 226, 384;
buried at Whitby, 190.

Othona, 183 n.

Ouestraefelda (Estrefeld), Aetswinapathe, or Edwins-path, Synod of, 343 n., 353 n., 356 n.

Oundle, or Inundalum, Monastery at, 346, 356.

Oundle, Abbot of, see Cuthbald.

Ovid, editorial reference to, 264 n.

Owini, 220, 221;
his narrative of Ceadda's death, 221, 222, 223, 224.

Oxford, 148 n., 260 n.

Oxford, Bishop of, see Paget.

Padda, a priest of Wilfrid's, 245.

Paegnalaech, or Paegnalech, Monastery of, 204.

Paget, Dr., Bishop of Oxford, his “Studies in the Christian Character,” quoted, xxxviii.

Palestine, 338.

Pall, the, 49 n., 54, 100, 101, 124, 132, 273 n., 383, 390.

Palladius, Bishop, sent by Pope Celestine to the Christian Irish, xxiii, 26, 27, 33 n., 382, 383.

Pallinsburn, 120 n.

Palsy, girl miraculously cured of the, 155.

Pamphilus, Martyr, 369.

Pancras, or Pancratius, St., 210 n.

Pant, The River, afterwards the Blackwater, 183.

Pantheon, The, given by Phocas to the Church, 93.

Paris, 152 n.

Paris, King of, see Charibert.

Paris, Bishop of, see Agilbert, Importunus.

Parker, editorial reference to, 48 n.

Parochial system, The, 183 n.

Partney, or Peartaneu Monastery, 123.

Partney, Abbot of, see Aldwin, Deda.

Paschal, Pope, 265 n.

Paschal Controversy, see Easter.

Paschal Cycles, see Cycles.

Passover and Easter, 84 n., 361, 362, et seq.

“Pastoral Care, The,” see Gregory.

Patriarchs, The, their tonsure, 370.

Patriarchs' tombs, The, 341, 342.

Patrick, St., Missionary to the Irish, 27 n., 48 n.

Paul, St., 72, 81, 196, 197, 210, 211, 240, 265 n.;
quoted, xli, 60;
his tonsure, 215;
appears to a Saxon boy, 248, 249, 250.

Paul a Martyr, 210.

Paul the Deacon, his “Life of Gregory,” 75 n., 83 n.

Paulinus, Archbishop of York, xxv, 118, 193, 391;
sent by Gregory to Augustine, 64, 383;
goes to Northumbria with Queen Ethelberg, 102, 103;
his conversion of Edwin, 102, 104, 112, 115, 116, 270, 271;
converts the Northumbrians, 103, 120, 124;
his ordination, 103, 105 n., 384;
baptizes Edwin's daughter Eanfled, 104;
teaches and baptizes in Northumbria, 119, 120;
preaches in Lindsey, 122, 123;
converts Blaecca of Lincoln, 122;
builds St. Paul's, Lincoln, 122;
consecrates Honorius, 123, 126;
his appearance, 123;
receives the pall from Pope Honorius, 124, 125;
converts Osric, 134;
converts Hilda, 270, 271;
on Edwin's death takes Ethelberg and her children back to Kent, 130, 131, 132, 384;
made Bishop of Rochester, 130, 132;
death and burial, 132, 163, 384.

Paulinus, Bishop of Nola, his poems, 388.

Peada, son of Penda, xxvii, 231 n.;
his conversion, 179, 180, 384;
made King of the South Mercians by Oswy, 179 n., 180, 191;
his character, 180;
marries Oswy's daughter Alchfled, 180;
slain by the treachery of his wife, 191.

Peanfahel, or Penneltun, 24, 25.

Pearls of various colours, 5.

Peartaneu, see Partney.

Pechthelm, Bishop of Whitern, 334, 343, 379 n., 381.

Pelagians, The, xxiii, xxv, 128, 129, 130, 368;
in Britain, 21, 32, 39;
at the conference of St. Albans, 34, 35;
their teachers confuted and expelled by Germanus, 40, 41.

Pelagius II, Pope, 83 n.

Pelagius, the heretic, 20, 21 n., 32 n., 35;
his doctrine, 21 n.;
refuted by St. Augustine, 21 n.

Penda, King of Mercia, xxv, xxvii, 179, 180, 190 n., 241 n., 380 n.;
his war against Edwin, 130, 131;
treacherously slays Eadfrid, 131;
his attitude towards Christianity, 131, 181;
his sister married to and divorced by Coinwalch, 149;
deprives Coinwalch of his kingdom, 149;
kills Oswald, 154, 188;
kills Sigbert and Ecgric in battle, 172;
conquers Lindsey, 243 n.;
invades and ravages Northumbria, 168, 169, 188;
attempts to burn Bamborough, 168;
burns the church where Aidan died, 170;
his children, 180;
slain by Oswy at the Battle of Winwaed, 181, 188, 189, 191, 384.

Pentecost, see Whitsuntide.

Perctarit, King of the Lombards, 351 n.

Perrona, or Péronne, Church at, 178;
Monastery of, 177 n., 178 n.

Péronne, Abbot of, see Ultan.

Persia, King of, see Chosroes.

Peter, St., 71, 72, 81, 109, 127, 196, 200, 201, 210, 211, 304, 356, 372, 373;
his tomb, 54 n.;
founds the Church of Rome, 91;
said to have consecrated Clement, 91;
his observance of Easter, 198, 364;
monastery dedicated to, 231 n.;
appears in a vision to a Saxon boy, 248, 249, 250;
his wife's mother, 308;
church built by Naiton dedicated to, 360;
preaching at Rome, 364;
his tonsure, 371, 374.

Peter, Gregory's Deacon, 76, 79.

Peter, first Abbot of St. Augustine's Monastery, 49, 72, 73.

Peter, name given to Caedwalla in his baptism, 312, 313.

Peterborough, or Medeshamstead, Monastery founded by Sexwulf, 231.

Peterborough, Abbot of, see Cuthbald, Sexwulf.

Phase, or Passover, 362.

“Philippians, Epistle to the,” quoted, 144.

Phocas, Emperor, 42 n., 74, 81, 93.

Phrygia, 78 n.

Picardy, 215 n.

Pickering, 3 n.

Picts, the, xxiii, xxvi, xxix, xxx, xxxi, 7, 9, 205, 219, 385, 391;
their law of succession, 8;
their incursions, 7, 8, 20 n., 23, 26, 28, 30;
subdued by Oswy and made subject to Northumbria, 94, 191, 244, 381 n.;
regain their Independence, 244 n., 286, 381 n.;
defeat Egfrid at Nechtansmere, 285;
at peace with the English, 381;
their conversion, 141, 359 n., 383;
attitude towards Easter question, 196, 359, 374.

Picts, King of, see Bridius, Bruide Mac Bili, Naiton, Oengus.

Picts, Bishop of, see Trumwine.

Pilgrimages, 294 n., 312, 313, 314, 345, 346, 385.

Pilgrim of Bordeaux, The, 340 n.

Pincahala, 204 n.

Pippin of Heristal, Duke of the Franks, account of, 320;
his kindness to Wilbrord, 320, 324;
buries the Hewalds, 322;
gives Suidbert land for a monastery at Inlitore, 324.

Pippin the Short, King of the Franks, son of Charles Martel, grandson of Pippin of Heristal, 320 n., 391, 392 n.

Placidia, Mother of Valentinian, 41.

Plague, The, xxvii, xxviii, xxxv, 28, 162, 179 n., 186, 187, 201 n., 203, 204, 212, 213, 220, 233, 234, 237 n., 288 n., 289, 350 n., 384.

Plato, quoted, 360.

Plectrude, see Blithryda.

Pliny, xxii, 5 n.

Plummer, editorial references to his edition of the “Ecclesiastical History” and Historical Works of Bede, v, xix, xx, 2 n., 13 n., 32 n., 68 n., 84 n., 90 n., 226 n., 277 n., 305 n., 324 n., 326 n., 387 n., 390 n.

Poetry, English Religious, 277, 278, 279;
Latin, 246 n.

Poitiers, Bishop of, see Fortunatus.

Pontifical System of Indictions, The, 227 n., 254 n.

Pontus, The, 317 n.

Praetorian Guards, The, 14.

“Praise of Virgins, The,” see Fortunatus.

Priestfield, Rochester, 89 n.

Primacy, The, 49, 65, 66.

Priscilla, 197.

Promised Land, The, 338.

Prosper of Aquitaine, xxii, 33 n.;
account of, 21 n.;
quoted, 21.

Prosper Tiro, 21 n.

“Psalms, The,” quoted, 101, 107, 174, 223, 334.

Puch, a thegn, his wife healed by John of Beverley, 307, 308.

Putta, Bishop of Rochester, 216, 218;
at the Hertford Synod, 228;
leaves Rochester for Mercia, 242;
his unworldliness, 242;
teaches Church music, 242;
death, 242.

Putta, Bishop of Hereford, 218 n., 380 n.

Purgatory, 326, 327, 329, 330.

Quartodecimans, 84 n., 129 n., 143 n., 196 n.

Quenburga, daughter of Cearl, first wife of Edwin, 119.

Quentavic, Quentae vicus, or Etaples, see Etaples.

Quodvultdeus, 179 n.

Quoenburg, daughter of Heriburg, healed by the prayers of Bishop John of Beverley, 305-307.

Racuulfe, see Reculver.

Raedfrid, Egbert's reeve, 215.

Raegenheri, son of Redwald, 115.

Rameses, 362.

Ramsbury, Diocese of, 343 n.

Rathbed, King of Frisland, 319, 320.

Rathmelsigi, Monastery of, 204.

Ravenna, 41.

Rebecca's Tomb, 341 n., 342.

Reculver or Racuulfe, Monastery of, 315.

Reculver, Abbot of, see Bertwald.

Redbridge, Ford of Reeds, or Hreutford, Monastery of, 253.

Redbridge, Abbot of, see Cynibert.

Redger, Archbishop of Maintz, 392.

Redwald, King of the East Angles, fourth Bretwalda, 94, 112, 120, 171;
his protection of Edwin, 112-115;
leads an army against Ethelfrid, 115;
banishes Sigbert, 121, 172;
his conversion and perversion, 121;
his genealogy, 121;
his Queen, 114, 115, 121.

Reeves, Dr., editorial reference to his “Culdees,” 23 n.;
to his edition of Adamnan's “Life of St. Columba,” 140 n., 142 n.

Reginald of Durham, editorial references to his “Life of St. Oswald,” 148 n., 154 n.

Religious Orders, 202, 203.

Rendlesham, Rendlaesham or Rendil's Dwelling, 185.

Reppington, see Repton.

Reptacaestir, see Richborough.

Reptiles, their absence from Ireland, 8.

Repton or Reppington, 181 n.

Responsa, Gregory's, see Gregory's Answers.

Restennet, near Forfar, 360.

Resurrection, Doctrine of the, 78.

Retford, 115 n.

Reuda, leader of the Scots, 8.

Rhine, the River, 9, 22, 322, 324.

Rhŷs, Dr., editorial references to his “Celtic Britain,” vi, 7 n., 8 n., 23 n., 29 n., 73 n., 86 n., 317 n.

Riada, see Reuda.

Richard of Hexham, editorial references to, 244 n., 303 n.

Richborough, Reptacaestir or Rutubi Portus, Kent, 5, 45 n.

Richmond, Yorks., 120 n.

Ricula, sister of Ethelbert, 89.

Ricbert kills Earpwald, 121.

Ripon, or Inhrypum, 120 n.;
Monastery of, 161 n., 194, 218 n., 244, 257 n., 295 n., 301, 320 n., 346, 350, 353 n., 356;
diocese of, 244 n., 353 n.

Ripon, Bishop of, see Eadhaed.

Ripon, Abbot of, see Wilfrid.

Ritual, 51, 85.

Rochester, Dorubrevis, Hrofaescaestrae or The Kentish Castle, 163, 228, 229 n., 242;
diocese of, 89, 132, 179.

Rochester, Bishop of, see Aldwulf, Cuichelm, Damian, Gebmund, Ithamar, Justus, Paulinus, Putta, Romanus, Tobias.

Roger of Wendover, editorial references to, 252 n., 321 n.

Roman Law, 52.

Roman remains at Grantchester, 261.

Romans, The, in Britain, xxiii, 9-23, 25, 26, 382.

Rome, 9, 11, 54 n., 78, 92, 93, 99 n., 133 n., 161, 194, 196, 214, 226, 241, 245, 257, 273, 312, 313, 317, 324, 343 n., 345, 348, 351, 353, 358, 364, 368, 385;
Bede's alleged visit to, xxxvi;
taken by the Goths, 23, 382;
Apostolic see of, 75, 83, 91;
councils held at, 254 n., 256, 258, 352, 353 n., 354.

Romanus, Bishop of Rochester after Justus, 100;
drowned on his way to Rome, 132.

Romanus, a priest of Queen Eanfled's, 193, 195.

Romulus, 313.

Romulus Augustulus, Emperor, 41 n.

Ronan, 193.

Rosemarkie, on the Moray Frith, 360 n.

Rowley Water, 135 n.

Rufinianus, Abbot of St. Augustine's Monastery, 64.

Rügen, 317 n.

Rügenwalde, 317 n.

Rugii, the, 317 n.

Rugini, the, 317.

Rutubi Portus, see Richborough.

Saba, or Sabert, King of Essex, xxiv, 89, 96, 383;
his pagan sons, 95, 96;
death, xxiv, 93, 95.

Sacrarium, Signification of, 158.

Sacrilege, 51, 52, 95.

Sacrifice of Animals, 67.

Saethryth, Abbess of Brige, step-daughter of Anna, 149 n., 152.

Saewulf, quoted, 341 n.

St. Abb's Head, 260 n.

St. Agnes' Convent, Rome, 54 n.

St. Alban's, Vaeclingacaestir, Verlamacaestir, or Verulam, 18;
Monastery of, 18 n.;
conference at, 34 n.

St. Amphibalus, Church of, at Winchester, 149 n.

St. Andrew's Church, Hexham, 358.

St. Andrew's, Rochester, built by Ethelbert, 89, 163, 377, 378.

St. Andrew's Monastery, Rome, 42 n.

St. Audrey's Fair, Ely, 263 n.

St. Audrey's Lace, or Tawdry Lace, 263 n.

St. Augustine's Monastery, (Monastery of SS. Peter and Paul), founded by Augustine, at Canterbury, xxx, 2 n., 64 n., 72, 90, 121 n., 216, 357;
Augustine and subsequent archbishops buried there, 90, 98, 216, 391 n.

St. Augustine's, Abbot of, see Albinus, Benedict, Hadrian, Peter, Rufinianus.

St. Bees, 271 n.

St. Boswells, 288 n.

St. Cecilia in Trastevere, 324.

St. Cunibert's Church, Cologne, 322.

St. Ebbe's Church, Oxford, 260 n.

St. Gallen, Monastery of, 75 n.;
its MS. of Cuthbert's Letter to Cuthwin, see Cuthbert.

St. Gregory's Chapel in St. Peter's, York, 131.

St. Herbert's Island, Derwentwater, 294.

St. John's Lee, Hexham, 303 n.

St. Lawrence's Church, Bradford-on-Avon, 210 n.

St. Martin of Tours, 48, 141, 259.

St. Martin's Church, Canterbury, 48, 51 n.

St. Martin's Church, Tours, 259 n.

St. Martin's Church, Utrecht, 324 n.

St. Martin's Church, Whitern, 141.

St. Martin's Monastery, Rome, 257, 259.

St. Martin's, Rome, Abbot of, see John.

St. Mary's Church, Bethlehem, 339.

St. Mary's Church, Lichfield, 224.

St. Michael's Church, Malmesbury, 343 n.

St. Michael's Oratory, Erneshow, 303.

St. Oswald's, near Hexham, 137.

St. Pancras Church, Canterbury, 210 n.

St. Paul's Cathedral, London, 89, 240.

St. Paul's Church, Rome, 81.

St. Peter, the patrimony of, in Gaul, 44 n.

St. Peter's Church, Bamborough, 147.

St. Peter's Church, Lindisfarne, 169, 192, 295, 302.

St. Peter's Church, Ripon, 346, 356.

St. Peter's, Rome, 81, 257, 313.

St. Peter's Church, Whitby, 190.

St. Peter's Church, York, now York Minster, 118, 119.

SS. Peter and Paul, Church and Monastery of, Canterbury, 94, 98 n., 314;
and see St. Augustine's.

SS. Peter and Paul, Church of, at Dorchester, 148 n.

SS. Peter and Paul, Church of, at Winchester, 149.

SS. Peter and Paul, monastery of, at Wearmouth and Jarrow, 386;
and see Wearmouth.

St. Saviour's Church, Utrecht, 324.

St. Stephen's Church, Faremoûtier-en-Brie, 153.

Santi Quattro Coronati, Church of, at Rome, 99 n.

S. Lorenzo fuori le Mura, Rome, 210 n.

Saracens, The, xxxi; origin of, 378.

Sarah's Tomb, 341 n., 342.

Saranus, or Saran Ua Critain, Irish Ecclesiastic, 129.

Saul, 73, 387.

Saxon, the name, 317 n.

“Saxon Chronicle, The,” editorial references to, 125 n., 231 n., 241 n., 342 n., 385 n.

Saxons, The, xxiii, 13;
called in to help the Britons, 29;
conquer Britain, 29, 30, 31;
settled in Britain, 37, 42.

Saxony, Old, 30.

Scandinavia, 7 n., 317 n.

Scarborough, 275 n.

Scarlet Dye made from snails, 5.

Scellanus, Irish priest, 129.

Schleswig, 30 n.

Schools, founded by Sigbert, 172;
in Gaul, 121 n., 172;
in Kent, 121 n., 172.

Scotland, see Ireland.

Scottia, signification of, 92 n.

Scottish Language, 6.

Scots, i.e., Irish, xxiii, xxxi, 7, 8, 9, 91, 191;
incursions of, 20 n., 23, 26;
Christianity among, 8, 26, 27;
their observance of Easter, 91, 92, 128, 129;
expelled from England, 28, 73, 74, 94;
of Dalriada, 8, 73, 142 n., 286, 381.

Scots, King of, see Aedan, Conall.

Scott, Sir W., editorial reference to his “Antiquary,” 25 n.

Scylla, 365.

Scythia, 7.

Seals in Britain, 5.

Sebbi, Joint King of Essex, brother of Sigbert the Little, xxviii, 212, 232, 316 n.;
his piety, 212, 238, 239;
his queen, 238, 240;
retires into a monastery, 238, 239;
his vision, 239, 240;
death, 212, 239, 240;
burial, 240;
posthumous miracle, 240.

Sedulius, author of “Carmen Paschale,” and “Opus Paschale,” 344.

Segeni, Abbot of Iona, 144.

Segenus, Irish priest, 129.

Selaeseu, see Selsey.

Selred, King of the East Saxons, 346 n.

Selsey, Selaeseu, or the Island of the Sea-calf, monastery at, 247;
diocese of, 251 n., 345, 379 n.

Selsey, Bishop of, see Eadbert, Eolla, Sigfrid.

Selsey, Abbot of, see Eappa, Eadbert.

Senlis, Bishop of, see Liudhard.

Senones, 215.

Sens, Archbishop of, see Emme, Wulfram.

Sepulchre, The Holy, 339, 340.

Sergius I, Pope, xxxvi, 312, 313, 314, 323, 343 n.

Serpent, the Devil, 266.

Severianus, St., 99 n.

Severianus, Pelagian Bishop, 32.

Severinus, Pope, 128, 129.

Severn, The river, 84 n., 380.

Severus, Emperor, divides Britain by a rampart, 12, 13, 25, 382;
his government of Britain, 12;
death, 12, 13.

Severus, Bishop of Trèves, accompanies Germanus to Britain, 39, 40.

Sexbald of Essex, 184.

Sexburg, daughter of Anna, wife of Earconbert, 149 n., 152, 269;
Abbess of Ely and of Sheppey, 261;
acts as regent, 261 n.;
translates Ethelthryth's bones, 261, 262.

Sexburg, wife of Coinwalch, reigns in Wessex, 241 n.

Sexwulf, Abbot of Medeshamstead, afterwards Bishop of Mercia, in place of Wynfrid, 218 n., 231, 242, 244, 356 n.;
account of, 231 n.;
expelled from Mercia, 244 n.

Sheppey, Monastery of, 261 n.

Sheppey, Abbess of, see Ermingild, Sexburg.

Sherborne, Diocese of, xxx, 343 n.

Sherborne, Bishop of, see Aldhelm, Forthere.

Sidnacaestir, 4, 243 n.

Sigbert, King of East Anglia, half-brother to Earpwald, xxv, xxvi, 121, 171, 182 n.;
driven into exile by Redwald, 121 n., 172;
returns home, 172;
restores Christianity in East Anglia, 121;
his piety and good works, 171, 172;
abdicates and retires into a monastery, 172;
drawn out to lead his people against the Mercians, and killed in battle, 172.

Sigbert the Good, King of Essex, xxvii, 182, 183, 184.

Sigbert the Little, King of Essex, 182, 212 n.

Sigfrid, Bishop of Selsey, 345 n., 390.

Sighard, King of Essex, son of Sebbi, reigns jointly with his brother Suefred, 240.

Sighere, Joint King of Essex, son of Sigbert the Little, 212, 232, 346.

Simeon of Durham, editorial references to, xxxiv, xl, 204 n., 244 n., 288 n., 294 n., 295 n., 309 n., 325 n., 377 n., 391 n.

Simoniacs, 372.

Simon Magus, his tonsure, 371, 372, 373.

Sinai, Mount, 60.

Sirmium, 20.

Sister-in-law, marriage with a, 52, 53.

Skene, editorial references to his “Celtic Scotland,” 32 n., 73 n., 140, 325 n.

Slack (perhaps Campodonum), 120 n.

Slave Market at Rome, 82.

Slaves, 82, 145, 202 n., 248, 349 n.

Smith, his edition of the “Ecclesiastical History,” editorial references to, xix, xx, 125 n., 303 n., 305 n., 322 n.

Snails, dye made from, 5.

Snakes, 8.

Soissons, 194 n.

Solent, or Solvente, The, 253.

Solinus, xxii, 5 n.

Solvente, see Solent.

Solway, The, 13 n., 136 n.

Somerset, 343 n.

Southampton, 252 n.

Southampton Water, 245 n.

South Brabant, 177 n.

South Burton, now Bishop Burton, 307.

South Downs, the, 245.

Southern Gyrwas, locality of, 259 n.;
ealdorman of, see Tondbert.

South Mercia, King of, see Peada.

South Saxons, 30, 45;
diocese of, see Selsey;
kingdom of, see Sussex.

South Wales, 84 n.

Southwell, 123 n.

Spain, 5, 7, 19;
Church of, 87 n., 256 n.

Springs, salt and hot, 5, 6.

Staffordshire, 267 n.

Stamford, Lincs., 350 n.

Stamford Bridge, Yorks., 350 n.

Stanford, 350.

Stapleton, Thomas, his translation of the “Ecclesiastical History,” xxi, 249 n.

Stephen, St., 153, 335.

Stephen III, Pope, 324 n., 392.

Stephen, surname of Eddius, 217.

Stepmother, marriage with a, 52, 53, 95, 97.

Stevens, John, his translation of the “Ecclesiastical History,” v, xxi.

Stevenson, editorial references to his edition of the “Ecclesiastical History,” xx;
to his “Church Historians,” xl, 246 n.

Stevenson, W. H., editorial reference to, 32.

Stigmata, 176.

Stokes, Margaret, editorial reference to her “Three Months in the Forests of France,” 173 n.

Stonar, 45 n.

Stone, used in building churches, 119, 141, 142, 359.

Stoneham, or At the Stone, 252.

Stour, the river, 45 n.

Stow, 243 n.

Strathclyde, 141 n., 286 n., 325 n., 336 n., 392 n.

Streanaeshalch, 195, and see Whitby.

Stubbs, editorial references to his “Constitutional History,” 267 n., 321 n.;
to his articles in “Dictionary of Christian Biography,” 237 n., 377 n.;
and see Haddan and Stubbs.

“Studies in the Christian Character,” see Paget.

Suaebhard, Joint King of Kent, 240 n., 287 n., 315, 316 n.

Sudergeona (Surrey), 232.

Suefred, or Swefred, King of Essex, son of Sebbi, reigns jointly with his brother Sighard, 240, 316 n.;
grants land at Twickenham to Waldhere, 239 n.

Suevi, the, 22, 92 n.

Suffolk, 112 n., 122 n., 174 n., 185 n., 266 n.;
bishopric of, 231 n.

Suidbert, Abbot of Dacre, 299.

Suidbert, St., 319, 323, 324.

Suidhelm, King of Essex after Sigbert, son of Sexwald, xxvii, 184, 185, 212.

Supernatural Appearances, 234, 235, 236, 237;
fragrance, 237, and see Visions.

Surnames, 179.

Surrey, 232 n., 343 n.

Sussex, History, xxix, 3, 179 n., 245 n., 246, 343 n.

Sussex, King of, see Aelli, Ethelwalch.

Swale, the river, 120.

Swefred, see Suefred.

Sylvester, St., 257 n.

Symmachus, Pope, 257 n.

Synods, or Councils, xxvii, xxviii, xxix, 33, 34, 84, 86, 87, 92, 93, 151, 194 n., 195-201, 227, 254, 255, 292, 305 n., 343 n., 350 n., 356, 384, 385;
rules for, 229.

Synodical Epistle, see Gregory.

Syria, 11, 255 n.

Tacitus, editorial references to, 11 n., 317 n.

Tadcaster, 271 n.

Tanfield (perhaps Campodonum), 120 n.

Tarsus, Cilicia, 2 n., 214.

Tata, see Ethelberg.

Tatfrid, bishop elect of the Hwiccas, 274.

Tatwine, a priest of Bredon, afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury, xxxi, 379, 386, 390.

Tawdry, 263 n.

Tecla, St., 265.

Tees, the river, 82 n.

Temples, Heathen, to be converted into churches, 67;
to be destroyed, 70;
half Christian and half heathen, 121.

Testry, battle of, 320 n.

Thame, the river, 148 n.

Thames, the river, 10, 84 n., 148 n., 183.

Thanet, Isle of, 32 n., 45, 315 n.

Theft, Sacrilegious, see Sacrilege.

Theium, 78 n.

Theodbald, brother of Ethelfrid, 73, 74.

Theodebert, King of Austrasia, 45 n.

Theoderic, King of Burgundy, 45 n.

Theodore, of Tarsus, Archbishop of Canterbury, xxviii, xxix, xxx, 122 n., 151, 207 n., 273, 316 n., 351 n., 357, 377;
account of, 2 n., 214;
his journey to Britain, 215, 216;
arrival, 216, 226;
ordination and consecration, 213, 214, 215, 216, 384;
his learning, 2, 216, 217;
his subdivision of bishoprics, 137 n., 218 n., 219 n., 231, 244, 343 n.;
dedicates St. Peter's, Lindisfarne, 192;
his tonsure, 214, 215;
his visitation, 216;
his teaching, 216, 217;
bishops consecrated by him, 217, 218, 224, 225, 230, 231, 232, 241, 242, 244, 293;
presides at the Synod of Hertford, 226-231, 384;
of Hatfield, 254, 255, 256, 385;
of Twyford, 292;
his quarrel and reconciliation with Wilfrid, 228 n., 231 n., 352 n., 353 n.;
reconciles Egfrid and Ethelred, 267;
on blood-letting, 306;
his decrees of 678, 353 n.;
length of his episcopate, 216;
foretells the length of his life, 314;
death, 314, 323, 385;
burial, 90, 314;
his epitaph, 315;
his character, 315.

Theodore, or Theodorus, Bishop of Mopsuestia, heretic, 255 n., 256.

Theodore, the name, 179 n.

Theodoret, Bishop of Cyrus, heretic, 255 n., 256.

Theodorus, 340 n.;
and see Theodore.

Theodosius the Great, Emperor, 20, 22, 369.

Theodosius, father of Theodosius the Great, 20 n.

Theodosius the Younger, Emperor, 26.

Theophilus, Archbishop of Alexandria, his Paschal computation, 369.

Thetford, Diocese of, 231 n.

Theudor, King of the Britons of Strathclyde, 391, 392.

Thomas, Bishop of East Anglia after Felix, 178 n., 179.

Thomas of Elmham, editorial references to, 287 n., 316 n.

Thrace, 20.

“Three Months in the Forests of France,” see Stokes.

Thruidred, Abbot of Dacre, 300.

Thuuf, or Tufa, a banner, 124.

Thrydwulf, Abbot, 120.

Tiberius Constantine, Emperor, 78.

Tiburtina, Via, Rome, 210 n.

“Tighernach, Annals of,” editorial references to, 140 n., 337 n.

Tilbury, or Tilaburg, 183, 187 n.

Till, The River, 120 n.

Tilmon, his vision of the Hewalds, 322.

Timothy, 197;
“The Epistle to,” quoted, 50.

Tininghame, or Intiningaham, 325 n.

Tiowulfingacaestir, 123.

Titillus, Theodore's notary, 230.

Tobias, Bishop of Rochester, disciple of Theodore and Hadrian, xxxi, 314, 316, 377, 387;
account of, 316 n.;
his learning, 377;
death, 316 n., 377;
burial, 377, 378.

Toledo, Council of, 256 n.

Tomene, or Tomianus, Abbot and Bishop of Armagh, 128, 129 n.

Tondbert, first husband of Ethelthryth, 259, 266 n.

Tondhere, Oswin's thegn, 164.

Tonsure, the, 85 n., 201, 214, 215, 370-373, 386.

Tours, 141 n., 259;
battle of, 378 n.

Tours, Bishop of, see Martin.

Torksey, 123 n.

Tortgyth, a nun of Barking, 235, 236, 237.

Torthere, Bishop of Hereford, 380 n.

Tovecester, or Towcester, 268 n.

Trajectum, see Wiltaburg.

Trent, The River, 45, 115 n., 123;
the battle of the, xxix, 267, 268.

Trèves, or the Treveri, 40, 324 n.

Trèves, Bishop of, see Severus.

Trinity, Invocation of the, xxxiv, 87 n.

Trinovantes, 10.

Tripolis, 12.

Troyes, Bishop of, see Lupus.

Trumbert, one of Bede's teachers, his account of Ceadda, xxxv, 222, 223.

Trumhere, Abbot of Gilling, Bishop of Mid-Anglia and Mercia, 181, 191, 192, 212.

Trumwine, Bishop of the Picts, xxix, 244;
account of, 244 n.;
retires to Whitby, 244 n., 286;
assists Elfled with his counsels, 287;
at the Synod of Twyford, 292;
death and burial at Whitby, 286.

Tuam, Archbishopric of, 226 n.

Tuda, Bishop of Lindisfarne after Colman, 201;
dies of the Plague, 204, 206, 350 n.;
buried at Paegnalaech, 204.

Tunbert, Abbot of Gilling, Bishop of Hexham, 244;
appointed and deposed by Theodore, 244, 293.

Tunna, Abbot of Tunnacaestir, his prayers miraculously release his brother Imma, 268, 269, 270.

Tunnacaestir, 268.

Tweed, The River (“Tuidi flumen”), 202 n., 288, 326.

Twickenham, 239 n.

Twyford, Adtuifyrdi, or At the Two Fords, Synod at, 292.

Tyne, The River, 13 n., 82 n., 136 n., 303, 309, 359.

Tynemouth, Monasteries at, 309.

Tynemouth, Abbot of, see Herebald.

Tyrhtel, Bishop of Hereford, 380 n.

Tytilus, father of Redwald, King of East Anglia, 121.

Ulster, 8 n.

“Ulster, the Annals of,” editorial references to, 225 n., 385 n.

Ultan, a hermit, Abbot of Fosse and Péronne, brother of Fursa, 177.

Undalum, see Oundle.

Urbs Giudi, 23 n.

Urbs Iudeu, 23 n.

Utrecht, 320 n., 324 n.

Utrecht, Archbishop of, see Wilbrord.

Utta, Abbot of Gateshead, 166, 180;
sent to fetch Eanfled from Kent, 166, 167;
calms a storm with oil, 167.

Uuffa, grandfather of Redwald, King of East Anglia, 121.

Uuffings, i.e., Kings of East Anglia, 121.

Uurtigern, see Vortigern.

Vaeclingacaestir, see St. Albans.

Valens, Emperor, 20.

Valentinian II, Emperor, 20;
expelled from Italy, 20;
restored, 20;
kills Maximus, 20.

Valentinian III, Emperor, 29, 383;
murders Aetius, 27 n., 41;
murdered, 41.

Valerian, Emperor, 388 n.

Vandals, the, 22.

Vecta, 30.

Venantius Fortunatus, see Fortunatus.

Venta, see Winchester.

Vergil, quoted, 113, 118, 159, 286, 327.

Vergilius, Archbishop of Arles, 49 n., 54, 55, 63, 64.

Verlamacaestir, or Verulam, see St. Albans.

Vespasian conquers the Isle of Wight, 11.

Vestments, Ecclesiastical, 65.

Viaticum, the, 249 n., 275, 280.

Victgilsus, Father of Hengist and Horsa, 30.

Victorinus, St., 99 n.

Victorius, or Victorinus of Aquitaine, his Paschal Cycle, 369 n.

Vienne, 22.

Vines in Britain, 5;
in Ireland, 9.

Virgil, see Vergil.

Virginity, poem in honour of, 264, 265, 266, 267;
Aldhelm's work on, 237 n., 344.

Visions, xxx, 248, 249, 250, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336;
seen by Adamnan, 281, 282, 283, 284;
by Begu, 275, 276;
by a nun at Whitby, 277;
by Bregusuid, 274;
by Caedmon, 278, 279;
by Drythelm, 325-331;
at Barking, 232-237;
by Earcongota, 152, 153;
by Edwin, 112, 113, 114;
by a disciple of Boisil, 224, 317, 318, 319;
by Fursa, 173-177;
by Sebbi, 239;
by Theodore, 314;
by Tilmon, 322;
by Wilfrid, 355.

Vitalian, Pope, xxvii, 2 n., 216;
his letter to Oswy, 208, 209, 210, 211;
seeks a suitable Archbishop for Canterbury, 213, 214;
ordains Theodore, 215;
sends Theodore and Hadrian to Britain, 357.

Vitta, 30.

Voyage Provision, i.e., the Viaticum, 249, 275.

Vortigern, or Uurtigern, King of Britain, calls in the Saxons, 29, 95.

Vulgate, the, quoted, 80, 107, 174, 209, 282, 361-372.

Wagele, perhaps Whalley, 204 n.

Wahlstod, Bishop of Hereford, 379 n., 380.

Walbottle, 180 n.

Waldhere, Bishop of London, 239.

Wales, 33 n.

Wall, At the, 180, 182.

Walls, Roman, 12, 13, 24, 25, 26, 183.

Wallsend-on-Tyne, 25 n.

Walton, near Newcastle, 180 n.

Wantsum, the River, 45.

Wash, the, 3.

Watling Street, 18 n., 120 n.

Watton, Betendune, or Wetadun, Monastery of, 305.

Watton, Abbess of, see Heriburg.

Welsh, The, 7 n., 336 n.

Wear, The River, 271, 359.

Wearmouth and Jarrow, Monastery, of, xxiii, xxx, xxxiii, xxxiv, xxxv, 137 n., 167, 177, 257, 284, 359;
its library, xxxv.

Wearmouth and Jarrow, Abbot of, see Benedict, Ceolfrid, Cuthbert, Huaetbert.

Went, the River, 189 n.

Wergild, the, 267.

Wessex, History of, xxix, xxx, 3, 45, 84, 96, 97, 147, 148, 179, 191 n., 206, 241, 245 n., 247 n., 251, 336 n., 342, 344, 352 n., 380, 392 n.;
diocese of, xxx, 3 n., 149, 150, 251, 342, 343, 344, 345, 350, 379 n., 380.

Wessex, King of, see Aescwine, Caedwalla, Caelin, Centwine, Coinwalch, Cuichelm, Cuthred, Cynegils, Cyniwulf, Edilhart, Ini.

Wessex, Bishop of, see Agilbert, Birinus, Daniel, Haedde, Leutherius, Wini.

Westphalia, 317 n.

West Saxons, called Gewissae or Gewissi, 30, 96, 147, 148;
history and province of, see Wessex.

Wetadun, see Watton.

Whales in Britain, 5.

Whalley, 204 n.

Wharfe, The River, 271 n.

Whelock, Abraham, his edition of the “Ecclesiastical History,” xix.

Whitby, Bay of the Lighthouse or Streanaeshalch, xxix, 195, 275 n., 349 n.;
monastery of, built by Hilda, 190, 243 n., 244 n., 270, 272-281, 286, 306 n., 385;
Synod of, xxvii, xxviii, 84 n., 194 n., 195, 196-201, 350 n.

Whitby, Abbess of, see Eanfled, Elfled, Hilda.

Whitby, a monk of, editorial references to his “Life of Gregory,” 75 n., 190 n.

Whitern or White House, 141, 244 n.;
diocese of, 381 n.

Whitern, Bishop of, see Frithwald, Ninian, Pechthelm.

Whitsuntide, xli n., 206.

Whittingham, 292 n.

Wicklow, 92 n.

Wictbert, Irish hermit, his unsuccessful mission to Frisland, 319, 320, 323 n.

Wictred, King of Kent, son of Egbert, xxix, xxxi, 287, 315, 316 n.;
his sons, 377;
death, 377, 386.

Wighard, a disciple of Gregory's, sent to Rome to be ordained Archbishop, dies there, xxvii, 208, 210, 211, 213.

Wight, Isle of, history, xxix, 3, 11, 30, 245, 252, 253;
Christianity introduced into, 252, 253;
described, 253;
bishopric of, 380.

Wight, the Isle of, King of, see Arwald.

Wigton Bay, 141 n.

Wilbert, a boy to whom Bede dictates the last sentences of his translations, xliii.

Wilbrord, Missionary, Archbishop of Frisland, xxx, 143 n., 161, 319 n.;
account of, 161 n., 320 n.;
at Rome, 323;
his mission to Frisland, 320, 321 n., 323, 351, 375 n.;
destroys idols and kills the sacred cattle of Fosite, 323;
his consecration, 324;
given the name of Clement in religion, 324;
his see at Utrecht, 324;
his monastery near Trèves, 324 n.;
calendar said to contain an entry by him, 324 n.;
builds St. Saviour's, and rebuilds St. Martin's Church, Utrecht, 324 n.;
date of his death, 325 n.;
“Life of,” see Alcuin.

Wilfaraesdun or Wilfar's Hill, 164.

Wilfrid, St., Bishop, xxx, 137 n., 161, 163 n., 227, 257 n., 343 n.;
account of his life and character, 347-357;
his birth and family, 347 n.;
educated at Lindisfarne, 347;
sent to the Court of Oswy, 347 n.;
to Lindisfarne, 347;
resolves to go to Rome, 347;
assisted by Queen Eanfled, 347, 348;
starts with Benedict Biscop, 348;
detained at Lyons by Annemundus, 348;
in Rome, 348, 349;
on his way home stays at Lyons, 349;
his fidelity to Annemundus, 349;
wins the friendship of Alchfrid, 194, 350;
given land at Stanford, 350;
made Abbot of Ripon, 194, 350, 351 n.;
at the Whitby Synod, xxvii, 195-200, 217 n.;
made Bishop of Northumbria, xxvii, 218, 219, 350, 351, 384;
consecrated in Gaul by Agilbert, 206, 218, 350;
superseded by Ceadda, xxvii, 207 n., 351;
returns to Britain, 351;
shipwrecked on the coast of Sussex, 351 n.;
discharges episcopal functions for Mercia and Kent, 218, 219 n., 351 n.;
restored by Theodore, 351;
his relations with Ethelthryth, 242 n., 260, 262;
his relations with Theodore, 228 n., 229 n., 231 n., 244 n., 353 n.;
represented at Hertford by proxy, 228;
his Catholic teaching, xxvii, 208, 217;
invites Eddi from Kent to teach church singing, 217;
expelled from his see by Egfrid, 242, 243 n., 244, 245, 267 n., 351, 385;
foretells the battle of the Trent, 267 n.;
demands an explanation from the King and Archbishop, 242 n.;
goes to Rome to plead his cause, 243 n., 245, 351;
Ebroin's plot against his life, 192 n., 351 n.;
on his way to Rome driven by the wind to Frisland, 351;
visits Dagobert II of Austrasia, and Perctarit, King of the Lombards, 351 n.;
acquitted by Agatho and the Lateran Council, 352;
his confession of faith on behalf of the English Church, 254 n., 352;
returns to Britain, 352, accused of bribery, 352 n.;
imprisoned at Bromnis, 352 n.;
at Dunbar, 352 n.;
released at Aebba's request, 260 n., 352 n.;
takes refuge in Mercia, 267 n., 323, 352 n.;
expelled from Mercia, 267 n., 352 n.;
converts the South Saxons and the Isle of Wight, 179 n., 245-248, 252, 352, 353;
founds the Monastery of Selsey, 247, 345;
his restoration to York, Hexham, and Ripon, 243 n., 247 n., 296, 353 n., 356 n.;
administers Lindisfarne, 296;
his second expulsion, 274 n., 296 n., 323, 353;
second sojourn in Mercia, 353 n.;
consecrates Oftfor, 274;
consecrates Suidbert, 323;
excommunicated by the Council of Ouestraefelda, 353 n.;
second visit to Frisland, 161;
again goes to Rome to plead his cause, 353;
acquitted by Pope John and the Council, 353, 354;
taken ill at Meaux on his way back to Britain, 354, 355;
his vision, 355;
arrives in Britain, 355;
reconciled to Bertwald, Ethelred and Coenred, 355, 356;
Aldfrid refuses to receive him, 356;
Elfled's influence in his favour, 189 n.;
restored to his bishopric of Hexham by the Synod on the Nidd, 356;
dies at Oundle, 346, 356, 391;
buried at St. Peter's, Ripon, 346, 356;
his epitaph, 356, 357;
length of his episcopate, 346;
his relics, 346 n.;
his character, 347;
churches built by him, 351;
“Life of,” see Eddius.

Wilfrid II, Bishop of York, 273, 346 n., 379 n., 380 n., 381, 390;
account of, 273;
ordained by John, 312.

Wilfrid, Bishop of Worcester, 379 n., 380.

Wilgils, father of Wilbrord, 320 n.

William III, xix.

William of Malmesbury, editorial references to, xxxvi, 86 n., 87 n., 125 n., 232 n., 239 n., 287 n., 346 n., 377 n., 392 n.

Wiltaburg, Wiltenburg, the Town of the Wilts, or Trajectum, now Utrecht, 324.

Wiltshire, 343 n.

Wincanheale, 204 n.

Winchester, Venta, or Wintancaestir, 228 n.;
churches at, 149;
diocese of, xxvi, xxx, 3 n., 148, 149, 150, 251, 343 n., 345.

Winchester, Bishop of, see Daniel, Haedde, Leutherius, Wini.

Winfrid, see Boniface.

Wini, Bishop of Winchester, 150, 241;
consecrates Ceadda, 207;
expelled from Winchester, purchases the bishopric of London, 150, 231 n.;
returns to Winchester, 228 n.

Wintancaestir, see Winchester.

“Winter's Tale, The,” editorial reference to, 263 n.

Winwaed, Battle of the, xxvii, 185 n., 188, 189.

Winwaed, The River, 189.

Witberg, daughter of Anna, 149 n.

Witenagemot, The, xxv, 94, 95, 116, 151 n., 231 n., 242 n., 251 n., 316 n.

Woden, 30;
the sons of, 83 n.

Wooler, 119.

Worcester, diocese of the Hwiccas, 273 n., 379 n., 380.

Worcester, Bishop of, see Bosel, Egwin, Oftfor, Tatfrid, Wilfrid.

Worcestershire, 84 n., 379 n.

Worr, see Aldwin.

Wulfhere, King of Mercia, son of Penda, xxvii, xxviii, 149 n., 150, 181, 218, 226 n., 241 n., 261 n., 332 n.;
account of, 191 n.;
with the aid of Immin, Eafa, and Eadbert, recovers Mercia from Oswy, 191;
his reign, 192;
his realm, 225;
conquers Lindsey, 243 n.;
sends Jaruman to the East Saxons, 212, 245 n.;
brings about the conversion of Ethelwalch, 245;
endows monasteries, 219, 346 n.;
invades Northumbria, 191 n.;
defeated by Egfrid, 191 n.;
death, 191 n., 384 n., 385.

Wulfram, St., Archbishop of Sens, 319 n.

Wuscfrea, son of Edwin, baptized, 119;
taken by his mother into Kent, and sent into Gaul, where he dies in infancy, 132.

Wynfrid, Bishop of Lichfield, 192, 224, 225;
account of, 192 n.;
deacon under Ceadda, 225;
at the Hertford Synod, 228;
deposed by Theodore, 231, 244 n.;
retires to Ad Barvae, 231;
death, 231.

Yeavering or Adgefrin, 119, 120.

Yellow pest, a bubonic plague, 203, 204.

Yffi, first King of Deira, 83 n.

Yffi, son of Osfrid, 119, 132.

York, xxxvi, 13, 118, 131, 132, 135, 244, 293, 354;
diocese of, xxv, 65, 66, 243 n., 351 n.;
Cathedral, 119.

York, Archbishop of, see Egbert, Paulinus;
Bishop of, see Bosa, Ceadda, John, Wilfrid, Wilfrid II.

Yorkshire, 3 n., 118 n., 204 n., 305 n., 342 n.

Ythancaestir, Monastery of, 183, 187.

Zacharias, Pope, letter to Boniface, 87 n.

Zeuss, his “Die Deutschen und die Nachbarstämme,” 317 n.

Zozimus, Pope, 21 n.

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