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borough with great respect, and in full procession ; so he was also at Ramsey, at Thorney, and at ..... and Spalding, and ....*

* The MS. is defective. Ramsey and Thorney are elicited from some faint traces in the Laud MS, which seem to have escaped the penetration of Gibson. The last paragraph, if Gibson's reading be correct, appears to relate to some building which the abbat and monks of Peterborough had begun about this time. See Gunton's History of Peterborough Minster, and Cont. Hug. Candid. ap. Sparke, pp. 92, 93.

END OF ANGLO-SAXON CHRONICLE.

INDEX.

Aaron, martyr, 15.

Alfwold, king of Northumbria, 340, 341.
Abercurnig (Abercorn) monastery, 20, 224. Alhmund, bishop of Hexham, 339, 340.
Abon, ealdorman, 324.

Alla, king of Northumbria, 312314.
Acca, bishop of Hexham, 129, 196, 274, 276, Allectus, usurps authority in Britain, 11, 12.
292, 293, 333, 335.

Alric killed, 344.
Acha, sister to king Edwin, 118.

Alwy, bishop of London, 405.
A cley, synod of, 342.

Vinchester, 413, 418, 420.
Adamnan, abbat of Iona, 262-266, 287, 288. Ambrosius Aurelius, 26.
Adamnan, monk of Coldingham, 220. Androgens, commander of Trinovantum, 8.
Ad Barve, 174, 184.

Anlaf Curran, 379.
Adda, abbat of Gateshead, 144.

Anlaf, king of Northumbria, 376—378
Addi, earl, 241.

Anlaf, son of Sihtric, 378.
Adgefrin, Northumberland, a royal seat, 97. Apna, king of the East Angles, 119, 138,
Adrian, emperor of Rome, 307.

139, 320.
Adrian, legate, in England, 328.

Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, 450, 468,
Adrian, pope, 341, 342.

473, 474, 477-479, 482.
Adrian, abbat. See Hadrian.

Anselm, abbat of Bury St. Edmund's, 485.
Ædan, king of the Scots, 61.

Anwind, a Danish king, 355.
Ælla, king of the South Saxons, 68, 310. Arculf, a French bishop, 203.
Ælla, usurper of Northumbria, 351.

Arianism spreads in Britain, 16.
Æsc, king of Kent, 310.

Arles, the principal see of Gaul, 36, 40, 44, 53.
Ætherius, bishop of Lyons, 35, 36, 40, 53. Asclepiodotus, captain of the pretorian
Ætius, groans of the Britons to him, 22, 33. bands, 11.
Agelric, bishop of Selsey, 435.

Asser, bishop of Sherborne, 368.
Ağilbert, bishop, 120, 155, 156, 160, 165, 271, Athelard, abp. of Canterbury, 342-345.
320, 325.

Athelred, abp. of Canterbury, 352, 359.
Aidan, bishop of Lindisfarne, 112-117, 132 Athelstan, bishop of Hereford, 434.
-137, 153, 160, 161, 320.

Athelstan, king of Kent, 347, 348.
Albinus, abbat of St. Augustine's, xxxviii, Athelstan, king of Mercia, 374—377.
• 2, 276.

At the Wall, a regal village, 144, 146.
Alban (St.) 12-15, 307.

Attila, king of the Huns, 22, 308.
Alban's (St.) monastery, 485.

Athulf, bishop, 383.
Alcluith, a British city, 7, 19, 20.

Augustine, archbishop of Canterbury, 34-
Alcred, king of Northumbria, 300, 339. 74, 314, 315.
Alcuin. See Albinus.

Augustine's abbey, 60, 73.
Aldbert, bishop of Dunwich, 292.
Aldhelm, bishop of Sherborne, 267, 333. Baccancelde (Beckenham) council, 331.
Aldred, bishop, 420, 425, 428, 431, 434, 436, Badwin, bishop of North Elmham, 183.
446.

Bagsac, a Danish king, killed, 353.
Aldulf, abp. of York, 382, 383, 390, 396. Baldred, king of Kent, 346.
Aldwich, bishop of Sidnacester, 300.

Baldull, bishop of Whitherne, 342.
Aldwin, abbat of Pearteneu, 127.

Baldwin V. earl of Flanders, 422, 438.
Aldwin, bishop of Lichfield, 293.

Baldwin VI. earl of Flanders, 452.
Aldwulf, bp. of Rochester, 291, 292, 334, 335. Baldwin VII. earl of Flanders, 484-488.
Aldwulf, king of the East Angles, 98, . Bambrough (Bebba), a royal city, 112, 134,
Alexander, bishop of Lincoln, 492.

312, 472.
Alexander, king of Scotland, 482, 493. Bancornburg (Bangor-Iscoed), 70, 71.
Alfric, archbishop of Canterbury, 391–398. Barking monastery, 184–189.
Alfric, ealdorman, 389.

Barton monastery, 174.
ALFRED, king of England, 349—366.

Bassianus, son of Severus, 11, 307.
Alfrid, king of Deira, 144, 154, 164, 224, 263, Bass, mass-priest, 326.
266, 274, 329, 332.

Bassus, a soldier of king Edwin, 107.
Alfun, bishop of Dunwich, 344.

Battle Abbey founded, 461, 470.
Alfwold, bishop of Sherborne, 387.

Beardney (Beardeneu) monastery, 126.

330.

Bede (Venerable), his life, vi-xxiii; Eccle- Cassibellaun's town (St. Alban's?), 9.

siastical History, xxiii-xxx; his other Cataract (Catterick), 98, 108, 132.
works, 297; death, xxi, 300, 335.

Cearl, king of the Mercians, 97.
Bega, abbess, 215.

Ceawlin or Celin, king of Wessex, 76, 313
Benedict Biscor, abbat, vii-ix, 202, 270,297. 1 i -314.
Benedict (St.) 310, 311, 461.

Cedd, bishop of the East Saxons, 3, 144 -
Beonna, abbat of Peterborough, 340.

149, 155, 160, 165.
Beorn, earl, 419, 423-425.

Celin, priest, 148.
Beornmod, bishop of Rochester, 344.

Cenbert, father of Cædwalla, 325.
Beort, ealdorman, 329, 332.

Ceolfrid, abbat of Wearmouth, 202, 277, 298
Bernard, bishop of St. David's, 491.

Ceol, king of Wessex, 314.
Bernred, king of Mercia, 300, 338.

Ceollach, bishop of Repton, 145, 152.
Bernulf, king of Mercia, 346.

Ceolnoth, abp. of Canterbury, 317, 352.
Bertgils, or Boniface, bishop of Dunwich, Ceolred, king of Mercia, 268, 333.
143, 183.

Ceolwulf, bishop of Lindsey, 342, 343.
Bertha, queen, 37, 38, 41, 77.

Ceolwulf, king of Northumbria, xvii, 1, 292,
Berthun, abbat of Beverley, 237.

293, 300, 334, 335, 338.
Berth wald, archbishop of Canterbury, 73, Ceolwulf, king of Wessex, 30, 315.
246, 292, 297, 331, 334, 335.

Ceowulf, king of Mercia, 315, 346.
Beth wegen, monk, 233.

Cerdic, king of Wessex, 311.
Berthwulf, king of Mercia, defeated, 343. Chad, bishop of Lichfield, 3, 149, 153, 1.
Bertric, king of Wessex, 341, 344

173, 174-178, 325.
Beverley monastery, 237.

Chalk-hythe synod, 341.
Bieda arrives in Britain, 311.

Charles, earl of Tlanders, 488, 496.
Birinus, bishop, 119, 318-320.

Charles (the Fat), 338, 359.
Bisi, bishop of Dunwich, 183.

Chelles monastery, 121, 212.
Blecca, governor of Lincoln, 100, 318. Chertsey monastery, 184, 483.
Bledla, king of the Hung, 22.

Chester bishopric, 490.
Boisil, abbat, 225, 226, 248.

Chiche (St. Osythe) monastery, 490.
Boniface, pope, 75, 80, 81, 85, 89, 90. Cissa, king of the South Saxons, 310.
Bosa, bishop of York, 192, 193, 276, 329, Claudius invades Britain, 9, 305.

Cloveshoo synod, 336, 346.
Boganham monastery, 194.

Cnobheresburg or Cnobher's town, 139.
Bosel, bishop of Worcester, 214.

Coenred, or Kenred, king of Mercia, 25%
Bothelm, a monk at Hexham, 111.

268, 289, 332, 333.
Bregowin, abp. of Canterbury, 338, 339. Coifi, 94-96.
Bridius, king of the Picts, 114.

Coin walch. See Kenwalk.
Brie monastery, 121.

Colburga, abbess of Berkeley, 345.
Brihtege, bishop of Worcester, 413, 414. Coldinghain monastery, 204, 220, 329.
Brinstan, bishop of Winchester, 375. Colman, bp. of Lindisfarne, 154-163, 179.
Britain, its geography described, 4, 303; | Columba, abbat of lona, 113, 114, 159, 248,

under the Romans, 7-18; 304-308. 313.
Brithmar, bishop of Lichfield, 415.

Columbanus, abbat, 75.
Brithwin, bishop of Sherborne, 411, 417, 418. Constantine, emperor, 12, 16, 58.
Britnoth, abbat of Ely, 381.

Constantine, usurper, 18.
Briudun monastery, 292.

Constantius, count, defeats Constantine, 18
Brocmail, 72, 74, 315.

Constantius, emperur, 12, 16.
Burhred, king of Mercia, 319–354.

Conwulf, or Cynewuif, bishop of Lindisfarne.
Burton Abbey, 443.

300, 335, 310, 341.

Crida, king of Mercia, 314.
Cadwalla, king of the West Britons, 103, Cuichelm, bishop of Rochester, 192.
109, 313.

Cuichelm, king of the West Saxons, 84,
Cædmon the poet, 217.

315-319.
Cædwalla, king of Wessex, 191, 198, 244– Cunebert, or Cynebert, bishop of Sidnacester,
246, 329, 3.30

3, 193, 293.
Caerleon-upon-Usk, a Roman city, 15 Cutha, 313, 314.
Cæsar's, Julius, invasion, 7-9, 304.

Cuthbald, abbat, 274, 327, 328.
Campodonum, 98.

Cuthbert, bishop of Lindisfarne and Hex.
Canterbury cathedral, 60, 499.

nan, 3, 225-233, 239
Canute, king of England, 404-415.

Cuthbert, abp. of Canterbury,

338
Canute, king of Denmark, 458, 463.

Cuthred, king, 319, 320, 325.
Canute, prince of Denmark, 455.

Cuthred, king of Kent, 315.
Carlegion (Chester), 71.

Cathred, king of Wessex, 390, 335, 336.
Caransius, a British general, 11, 12.

Cuth wine defeats the Britons, 314.
Cassibellaun, a British king, 8.

Cynebergs, daughter of king Penda, 144, 333.

Cynebil, priest, 149.

Earconwald, bishop of London, 184.
Cynegils, king of Wessex, 119, 315-319. Eardulf, king of Northumbria, 343, 345.
Cynemund, priest, 134

Easter controversy, 104, 112, 115, 153-161,
Cyneward, bishop of Wells, 384, 385.

262, 271, 277, 289.
Cynewulf, king of Wessex, 300, 336---341. Eata, bishop of Lindisfarne, 161, 192, 225,
Cynric, king of Wessex, 311, 312.

226, 229, 237, 329.
Cynwise, queen of Mercia, 151.

Ebb, the Frisian, elain, 365.

Ebba, queen, 194.
Dacre monastery, 234.

Ebba, abbess of Coldingham, 204.
Dagan, bishop, 75.

Ecci, bishop of Dunwich, 183.
Dagobert, king, 107.

Ecgric, king of the East Angles, 138.
Dalreudins, 7.

Edbert, bishop of Lindisfarne, 231-233.
Damian, abp. of Canterbury, 143.

Eddi, 173.
Danes arrive in England, 341.

Edgar, king of Mercia, 380-386.
Daniel, bishop of Winchester, 2, 200, 267, | Edgar, etheling, 441-446, 453-481.
292, 333-336.

Edgar, king of Scotland, 475, 682.
David, king of Scotland, 493, 495, 502, 505. Edgils, monk of Coldingham, 223.
Dearm-ach (now Derry), 114.

Edgitha, Edward's queen, 417.
Deda, abbat, 100.

Edmund, St. king of East Anglia, 35
Degsastan, 61, 315.

Edmund, the son of Edgar, 384.
Denewulf, bishop of Winchester, 368. Edmund Ironside, 406-409.
Denisesburn, or Denis's-brook, 109.

Ednoth, bishop of Dorchester, 403,
Deusdedit, abp. of Canterbury, 80, 81, 143, Fdred, king, 379, 380, 384.
165, 170, 321-325

Edric, king of Kent, 225.
Dicuil, priest, 142, 194.

Fdric, ealdorman of Mercia, 399, 406, 409.
Dinood, abbat, 70.

Edward (the elder), king, 366-375.
Diocletia':, emperor, 10, 11, 16.

Edward (the martyr), 368–388.
Diuma, bishop of Repton, 144, 145 152. Edward (the confessor), 404, 405, 415-442.
Dommoc (Dunwich), 99.

Edward, son of Edmund, dies, 434 435.
Doomsday book compiled, 459.

Edwin, abbat of Abingdon, 389.
Dorchester (Dorcic) bishopric, 119.

Edwin, etheling, drowned, 375.
Duduc, bishop of Wells, 419, 436.

Edwin, king of Northumbria, 76, 82, 108.
Dunchad, abbat of Iona, 290.

152, 315, 317, 318.
Dunstan (St.), abp. of Canterbury, 374, 378 Edwy, etheling, banished by Canute, 409.
-389.

Edwy, king of Wessex, 380.

Egbald, abbat of Peterborough, 330.
Eadbald, king of Kent, 79, 8

Egbert, king of Kent, 170, 183, 325, 326.
107, 121, 316-319.

Egbert, king of Wessex, 344-347.
Eadbert, bishop of Lindisfarne, 153.

Egbert, bishop of York, 299, 300, 335, 339.
Eadbert, bishop of Selsey, 195, 268.

Egbert, abbat of lona, 163, 164, 178 247-
Eadbent, king of Kent, 334, 336.

249, 289, 291, 333, 334.
Eadbert, k. of Northumbria, 300, 335-338, 339. Egbert, priest, 115
Eadbert Pren, king of Kent, 342, 343. Egbert II. bishop of Lindisfarne, 345.
Eadbert, a Mercian general, 153.

Egelric, bp. of Durham, 416, 434, 447, 453.
Eadburga, married to Bertric, 341.

Egelwine, bishop of Durham, 434, 453.
Eadfrid, son of king Edwin, 97, 106.

Egfert, king of Mercia, 341, 342.
Eadhed, bishop of Sidnacester, 165, 192, 329. | Egfrid, king of Northumbria, vii, 180, 192,
Eadnoth, bishop of Dorchester, 419, 423. 204, 209, 223, 225, 326-330.
Eadsine, abp. of Canterbury, 414-424. Elafius, a British chief, 32, 33.
Eafa, a Mercian general, 153.

Eleutherius, bishop of Rome, 10, 307.
Eafy, high-steward, murdered, 396.

Eleutherius, bishop of Winchester, 120, 191,
Ealhard, bishop of Dorchester, 365.

326.
Ealstan, bishop of Slierborne, 346, 348, 351. | Elfgar, bishop of Elmham, 410.
Eanbald I., archbishop of York, 340, 343. Elfhun, bishop of London, 403, 404.
Eanbald II , archbishop of York, 343, 344. Elfleda, daughter of k. Oswy, 144, 151, 224
Ean bert, bishop of Hexham, 345.

Elfric, archbishop of York, 411, 412, 424.
Eanfied, daughter of king Edwin, 84, 107, i Elfric, uncle to Oaric I., 108.
133, 152, 154, 224, 269, 317, 318.

Elfric, bishop of Elmham, 414.
Eanfrid, son of Ethelfrid, 108; king of Ber Elfric, ealdorman, 389, 390, 397.
nicia, 109, 317, 318.

Elfrida, Edgar's queen, 384.
Eanwulf, earl of Somerton, 348.

Elfstan, bishop of London, 383, 390.
Eappa, priest, 194, 196, 324, 325.

Elfstan, bishop of Wiltshire, 388.
Earconbert, king of Kent, 121, 170, 319, 325. Elfsy, abbat of Peterborough, 383.
Earcongota, daughter of king Earconbert, Elfsy', bishop of Winchester, 411, 413.
122, 319.

Elfward, bishop of London, 418.

Elfwin, brother to king Egfrid, 209, 329. Ethelwald, abbat, 82, 235.
Elfwina, queen of Mercia, 371.

Ethelward, k. of Wessex, 300, 334, 335.
Elgar, earl of Mercia, 431–435.

Ethelwerd, high-steward, slain, 395.
Ella, king of the South Saxons, 76.

Ethelwin, bp. of Sidnacester, 127, 163, 192.
Elmete wood, 98.

Ethelwold, bishop of Winchester, 357, 381,
Elmund, king of Kent, 341.

384, 386, 389.
Elphege, bishop of Winchester, 375, 379. Ethelwulf, king of Wessex, 347–350.
Elphege II., archbishop of Canterbury, 389, Ethered, ealdorman of Mercia, 359, 362, 369.
391, 398—403

Etheric, bishop of Dorchester, 413.
Elstan, bishop of London, 366.

Eumer, 84.
Elswitha, Alfred's queen, 367.

Eustace II., earl of Boulogne, 421, 466.
Ely monastery, 205, 326,381.
Emma Elgiva, 396, 404, 409, 414, 417, 429. Fara's monastery, 121.
Eolla, bishop of Selsey, 268.

Farne, isle of, 135.
Eorpwald, k. of East Anglia, 98, 99, 137, 318. Felix, bishop of Dunwich, 99, 138, 143, 319.
Erconwald, the patrician, 142.

Finan, bishop of Lindisfarne, 136, 144, 153,
Eric, king of Northumbria, 379.

154, 160.
Eric, earl of Northumbria, 407, 409.

Fingale synod, 341.
Ermenred, son of Eadbald, 319.

Forthhere, 84, 268, 292, 333, 335.
Ernost, bishop of Rochester, 447.

Frithbert, bishop of Hexham, 300, 339.
Ernulf, bishop of Rochester, 485, 493. Frithstan, bishop of Winchester, 368, 375.
Escwin, king of Wessex, 326, 328.

Frithwald, bishop of Whitherne, 300, 339.
Escwy, bishop of Dorchester, 390.

Fullan, abbat, 142.
Esius, abbat, 3.

Fursey, abbat, 138—142.
Ethelard, king of Wessex, 300, 334, 335.
Ethelbald, king of Mercia, 300, 3334-338. Gebmund, bishop of Rochester, 192, 247, 331.
Ethelbald, king of Wessex, 348, 350.

Gerard, archbishop of York, 482.
Ethelberga, daughter of king Ethelbert, 83, Germanus, bishop, 26–34, 41.
88, 97, 107, 318.

Gervii, 143, 204.
Ethelberga, daughter of k. Anna, 12

Gessoriacum (Boulogne), 4.
Ethelberga, abbess of Barking, 187.

Geta, son of Severus, 11, 307.
Ethelbert, archbishop of York, 339, 340. Gewissæ (West Saxons), 78, 118, 198.
Ethelbert, bishop of Whitherne, 340, 344. Gildas, the historian, 34.
Ethelbert, king of Kent, 36-40, 58, 60, 68, Giso, bishop of Wells, 436.
72-77, 83, 312–316.

Glastonbury minster, 330, 457.
Ethelbert II. king of Kent, 336, 338.

Gobban, priest, 142.
Ethelbert, king of East Anglia, 342.

Godfrey, bishop of Bath, 492.
Ethelbert, k. of Kent, Essex, &c. 350, 351. Godmundingham (Goodmanham), 96.
Ethelburga, Ina's queen, 334.

Godwin, earl, 413-431.
Etheldrid, queen, 175.

Godwin III. bishop of Rochester, 402.
Etheldrida, daughter of king Anna, 204, 326, Gosfrith, bishop, 464.
329, 381.

Gothrun, a Danish king, 355, 356, 359.
Etheldrith, 97.

Gratian, emperor, 16, 17, 308.
Ethelfled, lady of Mercia, 368-374.

Gratian, tyrant, 18.
Ethelfrid, king of Northumbria, 61, 71, 91 Gregory 1. popé, 2, 34–68, 314.
-93, 108, 314-317.

Griffin, Welsh king, 418-437.
Ethelgar, abp. of Canterbury, 384, 388, 389. Grinketel, bishop of Selsey, 415, 419.
Ethelhere, king of the East Angles, 148, 151. Gundulph, bishop of Rochester, 447
Ethelhilda, abbess, 127.

Gunnilde banished, 418.
Ethelhun, son of king Edwin, 97.

Guthfrid, abbat of Lindisfarne, 236.
Ethelhun, monk, 163.

Guthfrith, king of Northumbria, 375.
Ethelnoth, abp. of Canterbury, 410, 414.
Ethelred, k. of Mercia, 192, 209, 321–333. Hackness, a cell to Whitby, 215.
Ethelred, son of Moll, 339–342.

Hadrian, abbat of St. Augustine's, 2, 170-
Ethelred (Ethered), k. of Wessex, 351-354. 172, 275, 391.
Ethelred, king of England, 387-407.

Hadulac, bishop of Elmham, 292.
Ethelric, king of Northumbria, 314.

Hagulstad (Hexham), 110, 1sl.
Ethelric, bishop of Selsey, 414.

Halfdene, a Danish king, 353–355, 368.
Ethelswith, queen of Mercia, 359.

Hardecanute, 411–416.
Ethelwalch, king of the South Saxons, 19 Harold Harfager killed, 440.
195, 198, 325.

Harold I. king of England, 413-415.
Ethelwald, king of Deira, 148.

Harold II. 421-443.
Ethelwald, prince, 366, 367.

| Hasten invades England, 360–362.
Ethelwald, bp. of Lindisfarne, 292, 300, 335. Heahmund, bishop of Sherborne, 354.
Ethelwald, bisbop of Lichfield, 347.

i Heandred, bishop of Hexham, 344.

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