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7th Century in England: 7th-Century English People, 7th-Century Establishments in England, Gregorian Mission, Pope Gregory I by Books Llc

7th Century in England: 7th-Century English People, 7th-Century Establishments in England, Gregorian Mission, Pope Gregory I

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  • ISBN
    9781156004760 / 1156004764
  • Title 7th Century in England: 7th-Century English People, 7th-Century Establishments in England, Gregorian Mission, Pope Gregory I
  • Author Books Llc
  • Format
    Paperback
  • Year 2010
  • Pages 114
  • Publisher
    Books LLC, Wiki Series
  • Imprint Books LLC, Wiki Series
  • Language English
  • Dimensions 189mm x 6mm x 246mm

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 112. Chapters: 7th-century English people, 7th-century establishments in England, Gregorian mission, Pope Gregory I, Augustine of Canterbury, Æthelberht of Kent, Rædwald of East Anglia, Oswald of Northumbria, Justus, Synod of Whitby, Laurence of Canterbury, Mellitus, Hlothhere of Kent, Edwin of Northumbria, Ecgfrith of Northumbria, Æthelred of Mercia, Penda of Mercia, Æthelfrith of Northumbria, Wulfhere of Mercia, Vita Sancti Cuthberti, Staffordshire Hoard, Eadbald of Kent, St Peter's School, York, Cædwalla of Wessex, Sigeberht of East Anglia, Royal Grammar School Worcester, Anna of East Anglia, St Augustine Gospels, Paulinus of York, Wihtred of Kent, Ecgric of East Anglia, Ealdwulf of East Anglia, List of members of the Gregorian mission, Æthelwold of East Anglia, Battle of Chester, Honorius of Canterbury, Eorpwald of East Anglia, Æthelhere of East Anglia, Eanflæd, Cenwalh of Wessex, Battle of Maserfield, James the Deacon, Hereford Cathedral School, Cynegils of Wessex, Æthelwealh of Sussex, Æthelthryth, Osgyth, St Augustine's Abbey, Domne Eafe, King's School, Rochester, Peter of Canterbury, Sigeberht the Good, Nothhelm of Sussex, Frithuwold of Chertsey, Sæbbi of Essex, Ricberht of East Anglia, Sæberht of Essex, Romanus, Cearl of Mercia, Eowa of Mercia, Battle of Heavenfield, Peada of Mercia, Battle of Hatfield Chase, Battle of Peonnum, Osthryth, Centwine of Wessex, Beverley Grammar School, Cwichelm of Wessex, Seaxburh of Ely, Liudhard, Watt of Sussex, Sexred, Osric, king of the Hwicce, Thetford Grammar School, Ermenilda of Ely, Æthelburh of Kent, Headda, Eorcenberht of Kent, The Minster School, York, Bertha of Kent, Emma of Austrasia, Æscwine of Wessex, Pybba of Mercia, Eormenred of Kent, Swæfred of Essex, Mul of Kent, Ecgberht of Kent, Cuthburh, Seaxburh of Wessex, Synod of Baccanceld, Sigeheard of Essex, Sighere of Essex, Council of Hertford, Ceolwulf of Wessex, Sæward of Essex, Æthelric, king of the Hwicce, Eadric of Kent, Eanhere, Sigeberht the Little, Swithhelm of Essex, Oswine of Kent, Æthelberht, king of the Hwicce, Synod of Twyford, Berthun of Sussex, Andhun of Sussex, Swæfheard, Oshere, Swæfberht, Ceolwald of Wessex, Cissa, Oswald, king of the Hwicce, Æthelmod. Excerpt: The Gregorian mission, sometimes known as the Augustinian mission, was the missionary endeavour sent by Pope Gregory the Great to the Anglo-Saxons in 596 AD. Headed by Augustine of Canterbury, its goal was to convert the Anglo-Saxons to Christianity. By the death of the last missionary in 653, they had established Christianity in southern Britain. Along with Irish and Frankish missionaries, they converted Britain and helped influence the Hiberno-Scottish missionaries on the Continent. By the time the Roman Empire recalled its legions from the province of Britannia in 410, parts of the island had already been settled by pagan Germanic tribes who, later in the century, appear to have taken control of Kent and other coastal regions. In the late 6th century Pope Gregory sent a group of missionaries to Kent, to convert Æthelberht, King of Kent, whose wife, Bertha of Kent, was a Frankish princess and practising Christian. Augustine was the prior of Gregory's own monastery in Rome and Gregory prepared the way for the mission by soliciting aid from the Frankish rulers along Augustine's route. In 597 the forty missionaries arrived in Kent and were permitted by Æthelberht to preach freely in his capital of Canterbury. Soon the m...

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 112. Chapters: 7th-century English people, 7th-century establishments in England, Gregorian mission, Pope Gregory I, Augustine of Canterbury, thelberht of Kent, R dwald of East Anglia, Oswald of Northumbria, Justus, Synod of Whitby, Laurence of Canterbury, Mellitus, Hlothhere of Kent, Edwin of Northumbria, Ecgfrith of Northumbria, thelred of Mercia, Penda of Mercia, thelfrith of Northumbria, Wulfhere of Mercia, Vita Sancti Cuthberti, Staffordshire Hoard, Eadbald of Kent, St Peter's School, York, C dwalla of Wessex, Sigeberht of East Anglia, Royal Grammar School Worcester, Anna of East Anglia, St Augustine Gospels, Paulinus of York, Wihtred of Kent, Ecgric of East Anglia, Ealdwulf of East Anglia, List of members of the Gregorian mission, thelwold of East Anglia, Battle of Chester, Honorius of Canterbury, Eorpwald of East Anglia, thelhere of East Anglia, Eanfl d, Cenwalh of Wessex, Battle of Maserfield, James the Deacon, Hereford Cathedral School, Cynegils of Wessex, thelwealh of Sussex, thelthryth, Osgyth, St Augustine's Abbey, Domne Eafe, King's School, Rochester, Peter of Canterbury, Sigeberht the Good, Nothhelm of Sussex, Frithuwold of Chertsey, S bbi of Essex, Ricberht of East Anglia, S berht of Essex, Romanus, Cearl of Mercia, Eowa of Mercia, Battle of Heavenfield, Peada of Mercia, Battle of Hatfield Chase, Battle of Peonnum, Osthryth, Centwine of Wessex, Beverley Grammar School, Cwichelm of Wessex, Seaxburh of Ely, Liudhard, Watt of Sussex, Sexred, Osric, king of the Hwicce, Thetford Grammar School, Ermenilda of Ely, thelburh of Kent, Headda, Eorcenberht of Kent, The Minster School, York, Bertha of Kent, Emma of Austrasia, scwine of Wessex, Pybba of Mercia, Eormenred of Kent, Sw fred of Essex, Mul of Kent, Ecgberht of Kent, Cuthburh, Seaxburh of Wessex, Synod of Baccanceld, Sigeheard of Essex, Sighere of Essex, Coun...

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