Publications Volume 8, V. 1

Publications Volume 8, V. 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1841 edition. Excerpt: ...jura regalia, ita habet abbas loci illius, qui pro tempore fuerit, pontificalia ornamenta. Et haec de sancto Albano ad tempus dicta sufficiunt. De signis cedestibus, quafamem et mortalitatem pracurrerunt. Anno Domini Dccxciv. defuncto 1 Humberto, A.d. 794. Lichefeldensi archiepiscopo, Hisrbertus successit. buhop of _, . -, . Lichfield. Eodem' anno miseram Anglorum gentem dira prodigia terruerunt; nam fulmina abominanda et dracones per aera horride ardentes volitare videbantur, quae signa famem validam et hominum stragem non modicam figurabant venturam; siquidem 3supervenientes Dani cum Norwegiensibus gentem Northanhumbrorum et Lindisfarnen-sium miserabiliter perimentes, ecclesias Christi cum suis habitatoribus destruxerunt. 4Lindisfarnensis utique insula, octo vel amplius se milliariis extendens, nobile habet monasterium, in quo pater eximius antistes Cuthbertus positus erat, cum aliis praesulibus, qui ejus successores sanctissimi exstiterunt. Lindis vero rivulus est, qui excurrit in mare, duorum pedum habens latitudinem quando minor fuerit et videri potest, sed quando aestus major fuerit, tunc nequit Lindis videri. 1 Humberto. This appears to be a decided error, for at this time Altlulf occupied the see of Lichfield, as is clear from his having been present at the council of Chalchuthe in 787, of Baccanceld in 798, and Clovesho in 803. The only bishop of this name mentioned by Chesterfeld died, as recorded below, in 964. See Angl. Sacr. i. p. 430. Kndem anno. According to the Saxon Chronicle, these dire forebodings appeared in the year preceding. Supervenientes Dani.) The Sax. Chron. records the day on which they landed at Lindisfarne, namely, the 8th January. 'Linilis/iirnvnsis utique. Sim. Dunelm. ad an. 763. De persecutione Constantini...show more

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  • Paperback | 156 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 290g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236630866
  • 9781236630865