The history of the primitive church of England, from its origin to the year 731. / Written in Latin by the Venerable Bede ... in five books, now translated by the Rev. William Hurst; To which are added, the life of the saint and a representation of his tomb, as it was formerly erected to his memory in Durham Cathedral; also an appendix, containing several useful notes, and necessary observations, from the writings of Stapleton, Cress, Smith, Stevens, etc. and a controversial index.
|Main Author:||Bede, the Venerable, Saint, 673-735.|
London : Printed for the translator, and sold by Messrs. Keating, Brown and Keathing [and others], 1814.
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Great Britain > History > Anglo-Saxon period, 449-1066 > Sources.
Great Britain > Church history > 449-1066.
Translation of Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum.
xxviii, 556 p. :
engr. front. ;
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