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Henry de Blois, bp. of Winchester, 499, 505.
Henry I. 459, 461, 471, 476-502.

Herbert Losange, bishop of Thetford, 470.
Herebald, abbat, 242.

Herebert, priest, 230.

Herefrith, bishop of Selsey, 347.

Hereward plunders Peterborough, 451, 452
Herman, bp. of Sherborne, 417, 424, 425, 426.
Hertford synod, 181.

Heruteu (Hartlepool) monastery, 151, 212.
Hewalds, missionaries, 250.

Higbald, bishop of Lindisfarne, 341, 345.
Higbert, bishop of Dorchester, 341.
Hilda, abbess, 151, 155, 211, 329.
Hildelith, abbess of Barking, 188.

Hingwar and Hubba, 352.

Kyneswith, sister of Wulfhere, 321-324.
Kynsey, abp. of York, 431-436.

Lambert, abp. of Canterbury, 339–342.
Lanfranc, abp. of Canterbury, 447-150, 466
Lastingham monastery, 3, 149.

Laurentius, abp. of Canterbury, 40, 74, 75,
78-80, 316, 317.

Leofgar, bishop of Hereford, 434.
Leofric, bishop of Devon, 417.
Leofric, earl, 417-435.

Leofric, bishop of Exeter, 420.
Leofsy, bishop of Worcester, 413.
Leofwine, bishop of Lichfield, 432.
Leo III., pope, 344, 345.
Lilla, 84.

Lindisfarne monastery, 3, 112.
Lindsey province, 99, 126.

Living, abp. of Canterbury, 403, 410.
Living, bishop of Worcester and Gloucester,
415, 417-420.

Loidis (Leeds) a regal seat, 98, 152.
Lothen and Irling arrive, 418.

Honorius, archbishop of Canterbury, 99 Lothere, king of Kent, 183, 224, 330.

104, 318, 320.

Honorius, emperor, 17, 18.

Honorius, pope, 15, 101-103, 318.
Horsa, a Saxon chieftain, 24, 309.
Howel, king of North Wales, 274.

Howel, king of West Wales (Cornwall), 375.
Huetbert, abbat of Wearmouth, xiv, xviii,

299.

Ida, king of Northumbria, 312.
Iffa, 97, 107.

Immin, a Mercian general, 153.
Ina, king of Wessex, 330-344.
Ingethlingum (Gilling), 132, 152.
Ingild, brother of Ina, 333.
Ingwald, bishop of London, 292.
Iona monastery, 113-115, 313.
Ireland described, 6, 7.

Irminric, 77.

Lucius, king of the Britons, 10, 307.
Ludecan, king of Mercia, 346.
Luidhard, bishop, 37, 38, 41.
Lupus, bishop, 26, 27.

Marcus Antoninus, emperor, 10.
Margaret, daughter of Edward, 444, 469.
Malcolm III., king of Scotland, 444, 453,
467-469.

Maserfeld, 123.

Mes-priest, his duties, xii.

Maud, daughter of Malcolm, 477.

Maurice, bishop of London, 448, 477, 482.
Maximian, emperor, 11, 308.

Maximus, usurper, 17.

Mellitus, abp. of Canterbury, 54, 55, 72-
75, 78-80, 315–317.

Melrose monastery, 254.

Merewith, bishop of Somerset, 413.

Ithamar, bishop of Rochester, 131, 322, 324. Milred, bishop of Worcester, 339.

James, deacon, 100, 108, 154, 172.

Jarrow monastery, viii.

Moll Ethelwald, king of Northumbria, 338.
Morcar, earl of Northumbria, 437-452.
Mull, brother of Cadwalla, 329-331.

Jaruman, bishop of Repton, 153, 169, 174, | Naitan, king of the Picts, 277.

322, 324.

John, abbat of St. Martin's, 202.

John IV., pope, 104, 105.

Natan-leod, a British king, 17.

Nero, emperor of Rome, 10, 11, 306.
Ninias, bishop, converts the Picts, 113, 313.

John (St., of Beverley, x, xi, 237-244, 330, Northumbria divided into two parts, Deira

334.

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and Bernicia, 108.

Nothelm, abp. of Canterbury, 2, 36, 300
335, 336.

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Olave, king of Norway, invades England, | Rendlesham, or Rendil's mancion, 143

390, 391, 412.

Orcades (Orkney Islands), 3, 9.
Orric, 77.

Osbern, bishop of Exeter, 447.

Osbert, king of Northumbria, 351.
Osfrid, 97, 106.

Oskytel, a Danish king, 355.
Oskytel, abp. of York, 384.
Oslac, ealdorman, 383-386.

Osred, king of Northumbria, 266, 289, 333.
Osred II., king of Northumbria, 341, 342.
Osric I., king of Deira, 108, 109, 318.
Osric II., king of Northumbria, 292, 333, 334.
Ostritha; queen of Mercia, 126, 209, 332.
Oswald, abp. of York, 383, 389.

Oswald, king of Northumbria, 76, 97, 107,
109-113, 117, 119, 123-131, 196-198,
318, 319, 368.

Oswin, king of Deira, 131, 132, 319, 320.
Oswin, prince, 300, 339.

Oswy (Oswiu), king of Northumbria, 131-
133, 144-180, 319, 326.
Oswy, king of Northumbria, 76.
Oswulph, king of Northumbria, 300, 338.
Oundle monastery, 269, 274.
Owini, monk, 175.

Palladius, his mission to Ireland, 22, 308.
Pallium or pall, described, 4.
Paulinus, abp, of York, 54, 83-85, 93, 97,
100-102, 107, 108, 131, 315-319.
Paul's (St.) Cathedral burnt, 381, 460.
Peada, ealdorman, 320.

Peada, king of Mercia, 143, 152, 320, 321.
Pearteneu, or Parteney, cell, 100, 127
Pechthelm, bishop of Whitherne, 267, 293.
Pegnaleth monastery, 162.

Penda, king of Mercia, 106, 107, 144, 150-
153, 317-320.

Pelagius, 17, 308; his tenets condemned,
26-34, 105.

Peter, bishop of Lichfield, 447.

Reuda, leader of the Scots, 7.
Rheims, synod at, 419.
Rhofescester (Rochester), 73.
Richbert, 99.

Ripon monastery, 155, 271.
Ricula, Ethelbert's sister, 72.

Robert, abp. of Canterbury, 421, 424, 125.
Robert Bloet, bishop of Lincoln, 468, 190.
Robert, bishop of Lichfield, 490.
Robert de Belesme, 475, 478-484.
Robert de Limesey, bishop of Lichfield, 448
Robert II., earl of Flanders, 474, 477-484
Robert II., earl of Northumbria, 471-473
Robert, son of William I., 456, 464–495.
Roger, bishop of Salisbury, 490, 494.
Romans, their invasion, 7; and final depar
ture from Britain, 18.

Romanus, bishop of Rochester, 107, 316.
Romanus, priest, 154.
Romescot, 473.

Rome taken by the Goths, 18.
Rufinianus, abbat, 54.

Rutubi Portus (Richborough), 4.

Saba, 77.

Sabert, k. of the East Saxons, 72, 76, 77, 315.
Saxon Chronicle, its compilers, xxx-xliv,
303.

Saxons settle in Britain, 23-25.

Scots & Picts ravage the Britons, 19-25, 30.
Scots, the ancient Irish, 5, 6.

Sebbi, king of the East Saxons, 169, 184,
189, 324.

Segenius, abbat of Iona, 116.
Selred, king of Essex, slain, 336.
Selsey monastery, 195-198, 268.
Sethrid, daughter of Anna, 121.
Severus, bishop of Treves, 32.
Severus, emperor, 10, 11, 307; his wall, 18,
20, 21.

Sexberga, eldest daughter of king Anna,
121, 205, 319, 326.

Peterborough monastery, 184, 320-328, 340, Sexwulf, bishop of Lichfield, 183, 192, 193,

352, 382, 430, 444, 452, 497, 500.

Petronilla (St.), 455.

Petwine, bishop of Whiterne, 339.

Picts, their origin, 5, 6.

321-328, 333.

Sideman, bishop of Crediton, 387.

Sigebert, king of Wessex, 336, 337.

Sigebert, k. of the East Angles, 99, 137-139

Plegmund, abp. of Canterbury, xxxix, 361, Sigebert (the good),k.of the East Saxons, 145.
374.

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Sigfrid, bishop of Selsey, 300.

Sighard, son of king Sebbi, 191, 324.
Sighere, king of the East Saxons, 169, 184.
Sihtric, king of Northumbria, 375.

Siric, king of the East Angles, 344.

Siric or Sigic, abp. of Canterbury, 389, 391
Siward, abp. of Canterbury, 417, 420, 425.
Siward, bishop of Rochester, 436.
Siward, earl, 417, 28, 431-434.

Sparhafoc, bishop of London, 421, 424.
Stephen, king, 502-507.

Redwald, king of East Anglia, 91-93, 98, Stigand, bishop of Elmham, 416, 417; trane

99, 317.

Rees, the Welshman, 427.

Reginald, king of Northumbria, 374, 378
Regnhere killed, 93

to Winchester, 418, 420; to Canterbury
430, 431.

Stuff, lord of Isle of Wight, 311, 312.

Suebhard, king of Kent, 247, 331.

Suefred, king of the East Saxons, 191.
Suidbert, abbat, 234.

Suidhelm, king of the East Saxons, 148.
Sweyn, earl, 418-428.

Sweyn, king of Denmark, invades England,
391, 397, 403-405.

Sweyn III. k. of Denmark, invades England,
450-455.

Swidbert, bishop of Frisland, 252.
Swithulf, bishop of Rochester, 365.
Swithun, bishop of Winchester, 351.

Tatwine, abp. of Canterbury, 292, 299, 300,
335.

Theobald, abp. of Canterbury, 505.
Theodbald, 61.

Theologild, abp. of Canterbury, 347.
Theodore, abp. of Canterbury, 2, 73, 153,
171-174, 180-183, 200-202, 246, 275,
324-330.

Theodosius, emperor, 17; the Younger, 21,
308.

Thomas, bishop of Dunwich, 143.

Thomas, abp. of York, 447, 477, 482, 484.
Thored, Gunner's son, 384, 390.
Thridred, abbat, 235.
Thridwulf, abbat, 98.

Thurkill, 400, 404, 411

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331, 334.

Walcher, bishop of Durham, 456.
Waldhere, bishop of London, 190.
Waleram, earl of Mellent, 492-498.
Walkelin, bishop of Winchester, 475.
Walstod, bishop of Hereford, 292.
Waltheof, earl of Northumbria, 446, 450,
454, 455.

Watton monastery, 239.

Wearmouth monastery, viii, 202, 277.
Werburh, Ceolred's queen, 341.
Westminster Abbey, 438.

Whitby monastery, 151, 155, 213.
Whitgar, lord of Isle of Wight, 311, 312.
Whitherne bishopric, 114, 313.
Wiccii, 68, 194, 214.
Wictbert, monk, 249.

Wictred, king of Kent, 225, 291.
Wigbert, bishop of Sherborne, 345.
Wighard, bishop-elect, 166, 170, 326.
Wight, Isle of, 9, 309, 311, 325, 365, 396.
Wigthun, bishop of Winchester, 347.
Wilfares dun, or Wilfar's Hill, 132.
Wilfrid, abp. of York, 129, 154-159, 164-
166, 173, 174, 192-196, 214, 231, 238, 26S
-276, 322-333.

Wilfrid II., abp. of York, 244, 293, 330.
Wilfrid, bishop of Worcester, 293, 300, 336
Wilbrord, bp. of the Fresons, 129, 249-253
William, bishop of Durham, 448, 464.
William, bishop of Elmham, 448.

William Curboil, abp. of Canterbury, 490,
498, 505.

William, earl of Moreton, 375.

William, earl of Normandy, 480.

Tobias, bp. of Rochester, xxxviii, 247, 291, William Giffard, bishop of Winchester, 477

Tonsure, ecclesiastical, 160, 171.

Tosty, son of Godwin, 425-443.
Tremerin, bishop of St. David's, 433.
Trinovantum (London ?), 8.

Trumhere, bp. of Repton, 145, 152, 153, 177.
Trumwine, bishop of the Picts, 193, 224, 329.
Tuda, bp. of Lindisfarne, 161, 162, 322-325.
Tumbert, bishop of Hexham, 193, 229, 329.
Tunnacester monastery, 210.
Twyford synod, 228.
Tytilus, 99.

Ulf, bishop of Dorchester, 423, 425.
Ulfkytel, earl of East Anglia, 397, 401
Utred, earl of Northumbria, 403, 407.
Utta, priest, 133, 134, 144.
Uuffa, 99.

Uuffings, or Uffingas, 99.

Valens, emperor, 16.
Valentinian, emperor, 23, 33, 308.
Vergilius, bishop of Arles, 36, 53.
Verulam (St. Albans), 15.
Vespasian, emperor, 9, 306.
Vitalian, pope, letter to Oswy, 1C6.
Vortigern, king. 23, 77, 309.
Vortimer, 24.

479, 491, 499.

William I. (the Conqueror), 412, 440-463.
William, prince, son of Henry I. 485, 487, 488
William Rufus, 448, 463-476.
Winchester cathedral, 120, 319.
Winfrid, bishop of Lichfield, 153, 179, 183.
Wini, bishop, 120, 165, 322.
Withlaf, king of Mercia, 346, 347.
Withred, king of Kent, 247, 331-334.
Wulfgar, abbat of Abingdon, 389, 409.
Wulfgar, bishop of Wiltshire, 318.
Wulfhelm, abp. of Canterbury, 375.
Wulf here, king of Mercia, 120, 153, 169, 174
321-328.

Wulfnoth, child, 399, 400.

Wulfred, abp. of Canterbury, 345–347.
Wulfric, abbat of St. Augustine's, 417.
Wulfstan, abp. of York, 378-380.
Wulfstan, deacon, dies, 381.
Wulfsy, bishop of Lichfield, 431.
Wulfwy, bishop of Dorchester, 431, 44A
Wulstan, bishop of London, 394.
Wulstan, bishop of Worcester, 464
Wulstan II., abp. of York, 410
Wuscfrea, 97, 107.

York minster, 96, 317

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Surrey, Hants, with the Isle of Wight, Berks, Wilts, Dorset, Somertet,
Devon, and part of Cornwall.

Essex, Middlesex, and southern part of Hertfordshire.

Founded.

Kingdoms.

457 KENT

Kent.

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NORTHUMBRIA

547

BERNICIA

560

DEIRA

571

585

EAST-ANGLIA
MERCIA

Northumberland, and the south-eastern counties of Scotland.
Cumberland, Durham, Westmoreland, York, and Lancaster.
Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, and part of Bedfordshire.

Chester, Derby, Nottingham, Lincoln, Shropshire, Stafford, Leicester,
Rutland, Northampton, Huntingdon, Hereford, Worcester, Warwick,
Gloucester, Oxford, Buckingham, and parts of Hertford and Bedford.

N.B. The boundaries varied frequently according to the fortunes of the reigning kings in the petty contests which ther waged one against the other.

ALPHABETICAL LIST

OF

BOHN'S LIBRARIES.

MARCH, 1894.

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