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Councils and ecclesiastical documents relating to Great Britain and Ireland

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Councils and ecclesiastical documents relating to Great Britain and Ireland
edited by Arthur West Haddan, William Stubbs
Published by Clarendon Press, 1871
Original from Harvard University
Digitized Nov 1, 2007

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Ego rogavi pro te, ut non deficiat fides tua, et tu aliquando conversus confirma fratres tuos. - Page 85

Parum, inquit, est ut mihi sis servus ad suscitandas tribus Jacob, et faeces Israel convertendas. Dedi te in lucem gentium, ut sis salus mea usque ad extremum terrae. - Page 111

Et quia nova Anglorum ecclesia ad omnipotentis Dei gratiam eodem Domino largiente, et te laborante perducta est... - Page 29

bot' be made with VI. shillings. 48. If the nose be otherwise mutilated, for each let 'bot' be made with VI. shillings. 49. If it be pierced, let 'bot' be made with VI. shillings. 50. Let him who breaks the chin-bone pay for it with XX. shillings. 51. For each of the four front teeth, VI. shillings; for the tooth which stands next to them IV. shillings ; for that which stands next to that, III. shillings ; and then afterwards, for each a shilling. 52. If the speech be injured, XII. shillings. If... - Page 46

Si quis secundum sanctos patres non confitetur proprie et secundum veritatem dei genitricem sanctam semperque virginem et immaculatam Mariam utpote ipsum deum verbum specialiter et veraciter, qui a deo patre ante omnia saecula natus est, in ultimis saeculorum absque semine concepisse ex spiritu sancto, et incorruptibiliter eam genuisse indissolubili permanente et post partum ejusdem virginitate, cond. - Page 146

Quis infirmatur, et ego non infirmor ? Quis scandalizatur, et ego non uror? - Page 315

... citissime pervolaverit qui cum per unum ostium ingrediens, mox per aliud exierit. Ipso quidem tempore quo intus est, hiemis tempestate non tangitur, sed tamen parvissimo spatio serenitatis ad momentum excurso, mox de hieme in hiemem regrediens, tuis oculis elabitur. Ita haec vita hominum ad modicum apparet; quid autem sequatur, quidve praecesserit, prorsus ignoramus. Unde si haec nova doctrina certius aliquid attulit, merito esse sequenda videtur. - Page 80

Ubi enim sunt duo, vel très congregati in nomine meo, ibi sum in medio eorum. - Page 477

Pater a nullo est factus : nee creatus nee genitus. Filius a Patre solo est : non factus, nee creatus, sed genitus. Spiritus Sanctus a Patre et Filio : non factus, nee creatus, nee genitus, sed procedens. - Page 526

Euge serve bone et fidelis, quia super pauca fuisti fidelis, supra multa te constituam : intra in gaudium Domini tui. - Page 314

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Medieval Western Monasticism - Primary Sources
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Offa - Page 496
Letter of Charles King of the Franks to Offa, promising immunity to pilgrims on the way to Rome h. CAROLUS, GRATIA DEI REX FRANCORUM ET LONGOBARDORUM, ...
more pages: 130 435 437 443 445 446 469 557
Canterbury - Page 398
76), ity of Osbern is greater than that of any of the who gives him a pontificate of seven years. other Canterbury writers, it must be allowed Eadmer ...
more pages: 67 468 486 528 559 576 596 628
York - Page 86
This particular letter is directly the Pope to do precisely at the time when the at variance with the certainly genuine letter see of York had come ...
more pages: 106 135 166 171 220 492 585
Peterborough - Page 278
ter, and how it finds its way into the records of monks wished it to be believed that they Peterborough at all. Probably the latter fact possessed. ...
more pages: viii 100 153 435 462
Leicester - Page 220
23), of Leicester and Lichfield on the death of ie Leicester ; in the vacancy of Canterbury Cuthwin. Bosa appears to have resumed the between Theodore ...
more pages: 128 129 130 301 396 515 547
Rome - Page 496
Letter of Charles King of the Franks to Offa, promising immunity to pilgrims on the way to Rome h. CAROLUS, GRATIA DEI REX FRANCORUM ET LONGOBARDORUM, ...
more pages: 65 470 515 533 534 646 648
Evesham - Page 280
in order to become abbot of Evesham ; which last is a manifest untruth in point of fact, contradicted by genuine charters of a later date (see, ...
more pages: ix 279 281 547
Florence - Page 171
and accepted the limits laid and Florence seems simply to have confounded down by Theodore in AD 678 and 68 1. the first with the second restoration. ...
more pages: 89 122 130 468 557 558 589
Patris - Page 579
Quique caelum et omnem creaturam Suo virtute penetravit, necnon cuneta Patris imperio ас pariter Sancti Spiritus gratia sursum atque deorsum mirabile ...
Abingdon - Page 590
Kenelm, a child, who was ulfs charter to Abingdon (KCD, CCZTT.). assassinated by the connivance of his sister c The lands in question are in the ...
more pages: xiii 548 556
London - Page 52
This is also transformed by Wilkins and AD 603 ; which Mansi improves by traiisfer- Spelman into a special council of London, ring it to the first ...
more pages: 41 51 66 232 587 604 645
Gloucester - Page 40
upon the confines of the Hwiccii Avon, where the boundary of Gloucester and and Wessex as existing in Bede's time ; ie Somerset touches the Severn. ...
more pages: xv 41 652
Sutton - Page 604
Then there was very great speech about the wood pasture at Sutton towards the west in Shireholt. The swainreeves would drive the pasture further and ...
more pages: xiii 605
Paris - Page 116
Thence he passed detained some time longer, was allowed to to Paris, where he was entertained by Bishop follow him. ...
more pages: 174 326
Hertford - Page 130
arrangements which had been in progress ever since the council of Hertford : and that by attempting to argue on that fixed date he was compelled to ...
more pages: 126
Marseilles - Page 11
There were at this time two Burgundian pairicti, one commonly called the Patricias absolutely, who resided at Aries, the other residing at Marseilles. ...
more pages: 3
Bristol - Page 122
Those lands apparently were at a Westminster close to Henbury, near Bristol. And the choice of such a locality for the place of the yearly council of ...
more pages: 41
Cologne - Page 486
Letter of Charles the Great to Offa, requesting bim to insist on the return home of a Scottish priest^ now in the diocese of Cologne^ 4uho has eaten ...
Louth - Page 468
the same direction ; and if he were a Mercian abbot, the " Hludense monasterium " may have been situated at the place known later as Luda, or Louth. ...
Huntingdon - Page 590
Henry of a reign of two years, which most howerer be Huntingdon gives him a reign of twenty-six regarded as dating from the death of Kenulf. years ...
Brussels - Page 413
illustrating the way in which at Brussels in the Burgundian Library, and the identification has been arrived at, and the one in the Bodleian Laud F. ...
Angers - Page 33
Arles, Lyons, Gap, Toulon, Marseilles, Chalons on the Saône, Metz, Paris, Rotten, and Angers ; and to the Kings and j^ueen of the Franks. ...
Cambridge - Page 60
were " Biblia Gregoriana," in two library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, volumes; " Psalterium Augustini;" " Textus See Hardwick's Elmiam, ...
more pages: 174
Gratia - Page 52
235; also in Gratia», De Consecr. Dist. IV. In Synodo Anglorvm.^\ « This is also transformed by Wilkins and AD 603 ; which Mansi improves by ...
Darmstadt - Page 326
151," one of Darmstadt, and one of Heiligenkreuz ; and also from a I 2th centory MS. at Paris. Large extracts from it, but with considerable ...
Adriani - Page 498
quoque dilectioni digna dirigit muñera, et per episcopales regni vestri sedes in eleemosynam sui et Adriani apostolici benedictiones transmittit, ...
Dublin - Page 403
XII. of the eleventh century, at Dublin in 1664. It is generally received as genuine, the single doubt thrown upon it by the fact of its variations ...
Exeter - Page 414
member of a religious house at the bidding of his rector, probably in the tenth century, to which the MS., one of Leofric's gifts to Exeter, belong«. ...
Mainz - Page 175
Friedrich Kunstmann, at Mainz, in his work entitled " Die Lateinischen Pönitentialbücher der Angelsachsen," with a careful historical introduction. ...
Swindon - Page 40
pushed as far as Wan- — places them next after or about the time of borough, near Swindon, in AD 592, and the battle of Dagsaestan, ie AD 603 (Л. ...
Aix - Page 3
33), with certain of his monks, by way of Lerins and Marseilles to Aix, whence he returns to Borne alone (BI 23, //. ...
Freiburg - Page 41
satus ex regio sanguine," who founded a monastery called Schüttern and the town of Olfenburg, near Freiburg, in Baden, in AD 603, is taken by S. ...
Croydon - Page 556
Wulfred has a grant of land at Beoreham from Kenulf dated at Croydon, and confirmed by the Kentiih nobles at Canterbury in AD 810 (MS. ...
Chichester - Page 296
Council, interti loci, lahlch establishes the See of Selsej, afterwards removed to Chichester. HE, У. 1 8. — Quibus [«. ...
Southampton - Page 625
Grant of Ethelwulf to Duda, made " cum consilio et licentia Episcoporum ac Principum," at Southampton*. [1C. CD, ССХЬУ!.] • Attested by Alhstan of ...
Sibi - Page 627
sanctam primitivam Catholicam Eccle- siam sacri Sui sanguinis effusione Sibi in sponsam conjunxerat, quam- que per Suos sanctos doctores electosque ...
Munich - Page 326
248-282, under the title of Panilnaialt Pseudo-Bed<£, with various readings from three earlier MSS. , viz. another from Munich, " Cod. ...
Malmesbury - Page 468
William of Malmesbury is the only writer who knows anything of the abbot of Malmesbury, who, if he ever existed, may have been promoted to Winchester ...
more pages: 141 250 396 495 548 633 640
Sancti Spiritus - Page 579
Quique caelum et omnem creaturam Suo virtute penetravit, necnon cuneta Patris imperio ас pariter Sancti Spiritus gratia sursum atque deorsum mirabile ...
more pages: 229
Auckland - Page 439
In the north the name may be traced in Aycliffe, or even Auckland. In the Durham Ritual, published by the Surtees Society, there is a note written by ...
Berkeley - Page 592
Decision of the suit éettufen the See of Worcester and the FAMILY et Berkeley touching the inheritance ofEthelric^.
Austin - Page 41
It is called Austin in a charter of AD 691 or 692, in which a grant of lands there and at Henbury is made to the church of Worcester (KC'D. ...
Leones - Page 516
And ASelard arcebiscop of Cantwarebyrig sette synou and getrymde and gefaestnode, ¥urh ¥as papan haese Leones, ealle ¥a ¥ing be Godes mynstran, ...