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" Public and private buildings fell in one common ruin. The priests were murdered on the altars ; the bishop with his flock perished by fire and sword, without any distinction, no one daring to give their scattered bodies an honourable burial. "
A New Description of York, Containing Some Account of Its Antiquities ... - Página 8
1830
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A Description of York: Containing Some Account of Its Antiquities, Public ...

George W. Todd - 1811 - 91 páginas
...of these treacherous Pagans, the Christian religion was every where torn up and destroyed, and Jheir own idolatrous worship substituted. To use the words...the British sceptre, and held his court at York in 02.5, was converted by Paulinus, a learned priest sent from the court of Rome; but the City was reduced...
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The Christian's Penny Magazine, Temas1-82

1832
...from sea to sea, which burnt up the cities, and covered the surface of the whole. Public buildings fell in one common ruin. The priests were murdered on the altars ; the hishnp with his flock perished by fire and sword without distinction ; no one daring to give...
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British Ecclesiastical History, Including the Religion of the Druids, the ...

T. Timpson - 1847 - 659 páginas
...from sea to sea, which burnt up the cities, and covered the surface of the whole. Public buildings fell in one common ruin. The priests were murdered on the altars ; the bishop with his flock perished by fire aad sword without distinction, no one daring to give an...
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John Cassell's Illustrated History of England: From the earliest period to ...

John Frederick Smith - 1857
...which burnt up the cities, and covered the surface of the whole isle. Public and private buildings fell in one common ruin. The priests were murdered on the altars ; the bishop with his flock perished by fire and sword, without any distinction, no one daring to give...
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John Cassell's illustrated history of England. The text, to the ..., Volumen1

Cassell, ltd - 1865
...which burnt up the cities, and covered the surface of the whole isle. Public and private buildings fell in one common ruin. The priests were murdered on the altars ; the bishop with his flock perished by fire and sword, without any distinction, no one daring to give...
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Glastonbury; or, The early British Christians

E W. Payne - 1872
...them as instruments, that there seemed a continual flame from sea to sea. Public and private buildings fell in one common ruin — the priests were murdered on the altars — the bishop, with his flock, perished by fire and sword, no one daring to give their scattered bodies...
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