Catalog Record: The Venerable Bede's ecclasiatical history of England. Also the Anglo-Saxon chronicle | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Venerable Bede's ecclasiatical history of England. Also the Anglo-Saxon chronicle / with illustrative notes, a map of Anglo-Saxon England and a general index. Ed. by J. A. Giles.

Main Author: Bede, the Venerable, Saint, 673-735.
Related Names: Gurney, Anna 1795-1857, tr., Petrie, Henry 1768-1842, tr., Stevens, John d. 1726, tr., Giles, J. A. 1808-1884, ed.
Language(s): English
Published: London, 1894.
Edition: 5th ed.
Subjects: Great Britain > History > Anglo-Saxon period, 449-1066 > Sources.
England > Church history > 449-1066.
Note: The translation of Bede is based on that of Stevens (1723) and that of the Chronicle on an unprinted one of Petrie, supplemented by Miss Gurney's cf. Pref.
Physical Description: xliv, 515 p. [1] front. (fold. map) ; 18 cm.
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