Comentarios de la gente - Escribir un comentario
No encontramos ningún comentario en los lugares habituales.
Otras ediciones - Ver todas
The Anglo-Saxon Church: Its History, Revenues, and General Character
Vista completa - 1838
abbot accordingly Alfred Alfred's allowed ancient Angl Anglo-Saxon antiquity appears archbishop Asser authority became belief bishop body Brit British called canons Canterbury Canute character Christian Chronicle church claims complete consecrated considerable considered council death desire died divine doctrine doubt Dunstan early ecclesiastical Elfric England English established evidence favour give God's Hence Hist holy homilies honour important Italy king known land latter laws legislative lived mass means mention merely mind monastery monastic monks naturally Northumbria observes offer original papal party popular possessed powerful prelate priest prince probably reason received reign religion religious remains rendered Roman Rome royal Sacr Saxon says Script seems soon SPELM success sufficient thing tion translation tythes usage venerable whole WILK Winchester
Página 242 - The body and blood of Christ which are verily and indeed taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's Supper.
Página 134 - From this period, consequently, we may date that cultivation of the vernacular tongue which would lead to the composition of brief chronicles,2 and other vehicles of instruction, necessary for the improvement of a rude and illiterate people. The first chronicles were, perhaps, those of Kent or Wessex; which seem to have been regularly continued, at intervals, by the archbishops of Canterbury, or by their direction,8 at least as far as the year 1001, or even 1070...