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MATTHEW OF WESTMINSTER The flowers of history, especially such as relate to the affairs of Britain. Vol. I. B.C. 4004 to A.D. 1066.


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The flowers of history, especially such as relate to the affairs of Britain. Vol. I. B.C. 4004 to A.D. 1066.
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death—Restores the Churches—Saint Patrick in Ireland—Olla, king of the South Saxons—Cedric, king of the West Saxons— Death of Aurelius—Birth of'Arthur, son of Uther Pendragon . 226 CHAP. IX.—FROM AJ. 499 το A.D. 585. Clovis enriches the Church—The Saxons become nearly masters of Britain—They are defeated by Uther Pendragon—Olla, king of the Saxons, dies—Uther Pendragon dies—King Arthur is crowned— His victories over the Saxons—Justin, emperor of Rome—Boethius —The Saxons again invade Britain, and are defeated—Arthur's sword, caliban, and other arms—He restores the Churches— Marries—Justinian, emperor of Rome—Saint Anthony—Saint Denis—Saint Benedict—Iotila—Arthur kills Mordred, and is mortally wounded—Clothaire, king of the Franks—The Saxons become masters of Britain—The Heptarchy 250 CHAP. X.—FROM A.D. 586 το A.D. 621. The Britons retreat to Wales—And to Cornwall—The whole island of Britain obtains the name of Anglia—Gregory becomes pope— Saint Augustine is sent to England—The English become Christians—the Church of Rome is declared the chief of all the churches —Death of Ethelbert—Wars between the different kings in England—Chosroes, king of Persia 270 CHAP. XL—FROM A.D. 622 το A.D. 676. The heresy of the Monothelites—The Saracens attack the Roman Empire—Mahomet—His wife Cadijah—Pope Honorius—King Edwin becomes a Christian—Heraclius becomes a MonotheUte— Cadwallan, king of Wales—Oswald, king of Northumberland— Oswy—The heresy of the Monothelites is condemned — King Louis violates the tomb of Saint Denis—Cadwallan dies . . 289 CHAP. XIL—FROM A.D. 677 το A.D. 704. Disputes and Ecclesiastical affairs in Britain—Wilfrid is deposed from bis Bishopric—Saint Etheldreda—Saint Hilda—A Council is held at Hatfield— Saint Cuthbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne— Egfrid is killed—Cadwallader is baptized—Dies—The Histories of Geoffrey of Monmouth, Caradoc of Lancarban, William of Malmesbury, and Henry of Huntingdon—Pepin, king of France—Part of the true cross is found at Rome—A Dead Man is restored from purgatory in Northumberland—The Bishopric of Winchester is divided 318 CHAP. XIIL—FROM A.D. 705 το A,D. 742. Death of Ethelred—The See of Worcester is founded—Saint Guthlac of Croyland—Gregory is Pope—Ina, king of the West Saxons, defeats and kills Eadbert—Bede writes his History—Schism of the Iconoclasts—Wars of Ethelbald, king of Mercia—Death of Bede—His character—Death of Gregory 341

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