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Heathfield (Hatfield), 106, 201, 329.

Kyneswith, sister of Wulf here, 321-324.
Heavenfield, or Havenfelth, 110.

Kynsey, abp. of York, 431_-436.
Heca, bishop of Selsey, 418-420, 435.
Hedda, bishop 119, 191, 267, 328, 332.

Lambert, abp. of Canterbury, 339–342.

Lanfranc, abp. of Canterbury, 447–450, 466.
Heiu, abbess, 212.
Hengist, a Saxon chieftain, 24, 77, 143, 309,

Lastingham monastery, 3, 149.
310.

Laurentius, abp. of Canterbury, 40, 74, 75,
Henry de Blois, bp. of Winchester, 499, 505.

78–80, 316, 317.
Henry I. 459, 461, 471, 476-502.

Leofgar, bishop of Hereford, 434.
Herbert Losange, bishop of Thetford, 4

Leofric, bishop of Devon, 417.
Herebald, abbat, 242.

Leofric, earl, 417–435.
Herebert, priest, 230.

Leofric, bishop of Exeter, 420.
Herefrith, bishop of Selsey, 347.

Leofsy, bishop of Worcester, 413.
Hereward plunders Peterborough, 451, 452 Leofwine, bishop of Lichfield. 432.
Herman, bp. of Sherborne. 417, 424, 425.426. | Leo Ill., pope, 344, 345.
Hertford synod, 181.

Lilla, 84.
Heruteu (Hartlepool) monastery, 151, 212.

Lindisfarne monastery, 3, 112.
Hewalds, missionaries, 250.

Lindsey province, 99, 126.
Higbald, bishop of Lindisfarne, 341, 345.

Living, abp. of Canterbury, 403, 410.
Higbert, bishop of Dorchester, 341.

Living, bishop of Worcester and Gloucester
Hilda, abbess, 151, 155, 211, 329.

415, 417-420.
Hildelith, abbess of Barking, 188.

Loidis (Leeds) a regal seat, 98, 152.
Hingwar and Hubba, 352.

Lothen and Irling arrive, 418.
Honorius, archbishop of Canterbury, 99–

Lothere, king of Kent, 183, 224, 330.
104, 318, 320.

Lucius, king of the Britons, 10, 307.
Honorius, emperor, 17, 18.

Ludecan, king of Mercia, 346.
Honorius, pope, 15, 101-103, 318.

Luidhard, bishop, 37, 38, 41.
Horsa, a Saxon chieftain, 24, 309.

Lupus, bishop, 26, 27.
Howel, king of North Wales, 274.

Marcus Antoninus, emperor, 10.
Howel, king of West Wales (Cornwall), 375.

Margaret, daughter of Edward, 444, 469.
Huetbert, abbat of Wearmouth, xiv, xviii,

Malcolm III., king of Scotland, 444, 453,
299.

467-469.

Maserfeld, 123.
Ida, king of Northumbria, 312.
Iffa, 97, 107.

Mass-priest, his duties, xii.
Immin, a Mercian general, 153.

Maud, daughter of Malcolm, 477.
Ina, king of Wessex, 330—344.

Maurice, bishop of London, 448, 477, 482.

Maximian, emperor, 11, 308.
Ingethlingum (Gilling), 132, 152.

Maximus, usurper, 17.
Ingild, brother of Ina, 333.

Mellitus, abp. of Canterbury, 54, 55, 72-
Ingwald, bishop of London, 292.
Iona monastery, 113-115, 313.

75, 78-80, 315-317.

Melrose monastery, 254.
Ireland described, 6, 7.
Irminric, 77.

Merewith, bishop of Somerset, 413.
Ithamar, bishop of Rochester, 131, 322, 324.

Milred, bishop of Worcester, 339.

Moll Ethelwald, king of Northumbria, 338.
James, deacon, 100, 108, 154, 172.

Morcar, earl of Northumbria, 437-452.
Jarrow monastery, viii.

Mull, brother of Cædwalla, 329-331.
Jaruman, bishop of Repton, 153, 169, 174,

Naitan, king of the Picts, 277.
322, 324.

Natan-leod, a British king, 17.
John, abbat of St. Martin's, 202.

Nero, emperor of Rome, 10, 11, 306.
John IV., pope, 104, 105.

Ninias, bishop, converts the Picts, 113, 313.
John (St.1, of Beverley, x, xi, 237–244, 330,

Northumbria divided into two parts, Deira
334.

and Bernicia, 108.
Julius, martyr, 15.

Nothelm, abp. of Canterbury, 2, 36, 300,
Justus, abp. of Canterbury, 54, 72–74, 78-

335, 336.
83, 100, 102, 315.

Octa, 77.
Kenebert, bishop of Winchester, 344. Odda, earl of Devon, 422, 429.
Kenred, king of Mercia. See Coenred. Odo, abp. of Canterbury, 380, 381.
Kentwin, king of Wessex, 328, 329.

Odo, bishop of Bayeux, 457, 462-466.
Kenulf, king of Mercia, 343, 345.

Oeng, king of the Picts, 300.
Kenulf, bishop of Winchester, 383, 390, 398. Offa, son of king Sighere, 268, 333.
Kenwalk, k. of Wessex, 119, 120, 319-326. Offa, king of Mercia, 338-342, 344.
Kineward, bishop of Winchester, 336. Oisc, 77.
Kyneburg, sister of Wulfhere, 321–324. JOiscings, or Æscingas, 77, 99.

LL

sex, 33ral, 153.

17.

Ingild, ingum

Olave, king of Norway, inyades England, Rendlesham, or Rendil's mansion, 148.
390, 391, 412.

Reuda, leader of the Scots, 7.
Orcades (Orkney Islands), 3, 9.

Rheims, synod at, 419.
Orric, 77.

Rhofescester (Rochester), 73.
Osbern, bishop of Exeter, 447.

Richbert, 99.
Osbert, king of Northumbria, 351.

Ripon monastery, 155, 271.
Osfrid, 97, 106.

Ricula, Ethelbert's sister, 72.
Oskytel, a Danish king, 355.

Robert, abp. of Canterbury, 421, 424, 425.
Oskytel, abp. of York, 384.

Robert Bloet, bishop of Lincoln, 468, 490.
Oslac, ealdorman, 383–386.

Robert, bishop of Lichfield, 490.
Osred, king of Northumbria, 266, 289, 333. Robert de Belesme, 475, 478—484.
Osred' II., king of Northumbria, 341, 342. Robert de Limesey, bishop of Lichfield, 448.
Osric I., king of Deira, 108, 109, 318. Robert II., earl of Flanders, 474, 477–484.
Osric II., king of Northumbria, 292, 333, 334. Robert II., earl of Northumbria, 471-473.
Ostritha; queen of Mercia, 126, 209, 332. Robert, son of William I., 456, 464-495.
Oswald, abp. of York, 383, 389.

Roger, bishop of Salisbury, 490, 494.
Oswald, king of Northumbria, 76, 97, 107, Romans, their invasion, 7; and final depar.

109-113, 117, 119, 123-131, 196-198, I ture from Britain, 18.
318, 319, 368.

Romanus, bishop of Rochester, 107, 316.,
Oswin, king of Deira, 131, 132, 319, 320. Romanus, priest, 154.
Oswin, prince, 300, 339.

Romescot, 473.
Oswy (Oswiu), king of Northumbria, 131--- Rome taken by the Goths, 18.
133, 144-180, 319, 326.

Rufinianus, abbat, 54.
Oswy, king of Northumbria, 76.

Rutubi Portus (Richborough), 4.
Oswulph, king of Northumbria, 300, 338.
Oundle monastery, 269, 274.

Saba, 77.
Owini, monk, 175.

Sabert, k. of the East Saxons, 72, 76, 77, 315.

Saxon Chronicle, its compilers, xxx-xliv,
Palladius, his mission to Ireland,

303.
Pallium or pall, described, 44.

Saxons settle in Britain, 23—25.
Paulinus, abp, of York, 54, 83–85,

Scots & Picts ravage the Britons, 19–25, 30.
100-102, 107, 108, 131, 315-319.

Scots, the ancient Irish, 5, 6.
Paul's (St.) Cathedral burnt, 381, 460. Sebbi, king of the East Saxons, 169, 184,
Peada, ealdorman, 320.

189, 324.
Peada, king of Mercia, 143, 152, 320, 321. Segenius, abbat of Iona, 116.
Pearteneu, or Parteney, cell, 100, 127. Selred, king of Essex, slain, 336.
Pechthelm, bishop of Whitherne, 267, 293. Selsey monastery, 195–198, 268.
Pegnaleth monastery, 162.

Sethrid, daughter of Anna, 121.
Penda, king of Mercia, 106, 107, 144, 150— Severus, bishop of Treves, 32.
153, 317-320.

Severus, emperor, 10, 11, 307; his wall, 18,
Pelagius, 17, 308; his tenets condemned, 20, 21.
26-34, 105.

Sexberga, eldest daughter of king Anna,
Peter, bishop of Lichfield, 447.

121, 205, 319, 326.
Peterborough monastery, 184, 320-328, 340, Sexwulf, bishop of Lichfield, 183, 192, 193,
352, 382, 430, 444, 452, 497, 500.

321-328, 333.
Petronilla (St.), 455.

Sideman, bishop of Crediton, 387.
Petwine, bishop of Whiterne, 339.

Sigebert, king of Wessex, 336, 337.
Picts, their origin, 5, 6.

Sigebert, k. of the East Angles, 99, 137-139.
Plegmund, abp. of Canterbury, ?

Sigebert (the good),k. of the East Saxons, 145.
374.

Sigfrid, bishop of Selsey, 300.
Port arrives in England, 311.

Sighard, son of king Sebbi, 191, 324.
Putta, bishop of Rochester, 173, 192. Sighere, king of the East Saxons, 169, 184.

Sihtric, king of Northumbria, 375.
Quenberga, Edwin's queen, 97.

Siric, king of the East Angles, 344.

Siric or Sigic, abp. of Canterbury, 389, 391.
Ralph, abp. of Canterbury, 484, 489.

Siward, abp. of Canterbury, 417, 420, 425.
Ranulf, bp. of Durham, 475, 477, 478, 498. Siward, bishop of Rochester, 436.
Rathmelsigi monastery, 163.

Siward, earl, 417, 428, 431–434.
Reculver monastery, 246, 326.

Sparhafoc, bishop of London, 421, 49
Redbridge monastery, 199.

Stephen, king, 502-507.
Redwald, king of East Anglia, 91-93, 98, Stigand, bishop of Elmham, 416, 417 ; trans.
99, 317.

to Winchester, 418, 420 ; to Canterbury,
Rees, the Welshman, 427.

430, 431.
Reginald, king of Northumbria, 374, 378. Stuff, lord of Isle of Wight, 311, 312.
Regnhere killed, 93.

Suebhard, king of Kent, 247, 331.

335.

Suefred, king of the East Saxons, 191. Walcher, bishop of Durham, 456.
Suidbert, abbat, 234.

Waldhere, bishop of London, 190.
Suidhelm, king of the East Saxons, 148. Waleram, earl of Mellent, 492498.
Sweyn, earl, 418–428.

Walkelin, bishop of Winchester, 475.
Sweyn, king of Denmark, invades England, Walstod, bishop of Hereford, 292.
391, 397, 403–405.

Waltheof, earl of Northumbria, 446, 450,
Sweyn III. k. of Denmark, invades England, 454, 455.
450-455.

Watton monastery, 239.
Swidbert, bishop of Frisland, 252.

Wearmouth monastery, viii, 202, 277.
Swithulf, bishop of Rochester, 365.

Werburh, Ceolred's queen, 341.
Swithun, bishop of Winchester, 351. Westminster Abbey, 438.

Whitby monastery, 151, 155, 213.
Tatwine, abp. of Canterbury, 292, 299, 300, | Whitgar, lord of Ísle of Wight, 311, 312.

Whitherne bishopric, 114, 313.
Theobald, abp. of Canterbury, 505.

Wiccii, 68, 194, 214.
Theodbald, 61,

Wictbert, monk, 249.
Theologild, abp. of Canterbury, 347. Wictred, king of Kent, 225, 291.
Theodore, abp. of Canterbury, 2, 73, 153, | Wigbert, bishop of Sherborne, 345.

171-174, 180—183, 2004202, 246, 275, | Wighard, bishop-elect, 166, 170, 326.
324330.

Wight, Isle of, 9, 309, 311, 325, 365, 396.
Theodosius, emperor, 17; the Younger, 21, | Wigthun, bishop of Winchester, 347.
308.

Wilfares dun, or Wilfar's Hill, 132.
Thomas, bishop of Dunwich, 143.

Wilfrid, abp. of York, 129, 154-159, 164-
Thomas, abp. of York, 447, 477, 482, 484. 166, 173, 174, 192—196, 214, 231, 238, 269
Thored, Gunner's son, 384, 390.

-276, 322–333.
Thridred, abbat, 235.

Wilfrid II., abp. of York, 244, 293, 330.
Thridwulf, abbat, 98.

Wilfrid, bishop of Worcester, 293, 300, 336.
Thurkill, 400, 404, 411

Wilbrord, bp. of the Fresons, 129, 249-253.
Thurkytel, a Danish earl, 371.

William, bishop of Durham, 448, 464.
Thurkytel, son of Nafan, 407.

William, bishop of Elmham, 448.
Tilbert, bishop of Hexhám, 340.

William Curboil, abp. of Canterbury, 490,
Thurstan, abp. of York, 484, 488, 491.

498, 505.
Tidfrith, bishop of Dunwich, 344.

William, earl of Moreton, 375.
Tiovulfingacestir (Southwell), 100.

William, earl of Normandy, 480.
Tobias, bp. of Rochester, xxxviii, 247, 291, William Giffard, bishop of Winchester, 477,
331, 337.

479, 491, 499.
Tonsure, ecclesiastical, 160, 171.

William I. (the Conqueror), 412, 440—463.
Tosty, son of Godwin, 425-443.

William, prince, son of Henry I. 485, 487, 488.
Tremerin, bishop of St. David's, 433. William Rufus, 448, 463–476.
Trinovantum (London ?), 8

Winchester cathedral, 120, 319.
Trumhere, bp. of Repton, 145, 152, 153, 177. / Winfrid, bishop of Lichfield, 153, 179, 183.
Trumwine, bishop of the Picts, 193, 224, 329. Wini, bishop, 120, 165, 322.
Tuda, bp. of Lindisfarne, 161, 162, 322–325. / Withlaf, king of Mercia, 346, 347.
Tumbert, bishop of Hexham, 193, 229, 329. Withred, king of Kent, 247, 331–334.
Tunnacester monastery, 210.

Wulfgar, abbat of Abingdon, 389, 409.
Twyford synod, 228.

Wulfgar, bishop of Wiltshire, 318.
Tytilus, 99.

Wulfhelm, abp. of Canterbury, 375.

Wulf here, king of Mercia, 120, 153, 169, 174,
Ulf, bishop of Dorchester. 423. 425.

321–328.
Ulfkytel, earl of East Anglia, 397, 401 Wulfnoth, child, 399, 400.
Utred, earl of Northumbria, 403, 407. Wulfred, abp. of Canterbury, 345–347.
Utta, priest, 133, 134, 144.

Wulfric, abbat of St. Augustine's, 417.
Uuffa, 99.

Wulfstan, abp. of York, 378—380.
Uufings, or Uffingas, 99.

Wulfstan, deacon, dies, 381.

Wulfsy, bishop of Lichfield, 431.
Valens, emperor, 16.

Wulfwy, bishop of Dorchester, 431, 444.
Valentinian, emperor, 23, 33, 308.

Wulstan, bishop of London, 394.
Vergilius, bishop of Arles, 36, 53.

Wulstan, bishop of Worcester, 464.
Verulam (St. Albans), 15.

Wulstan II., abp. of York, 410.
Vespasian, emperor, 9, 306.

Wuscfrea, 97, 107.
Vitalian, pope, letter to Oswy, 166.
Vortigern, king, 23, 77, 309.

York minster, 96, 317.
Vortimer, 24.

J. HADDON, PRINTER, CASTLE STREET, FINSBURY.

BOUNDARIES OF THE ANGLO-SAXON KINGDOMS.

Founded Kingdoms.

Modern Counties.
457 KENT . . . . . Kent.
491 SUSSEX . . . . Sussex.
519 WESSEX . . . . Surrey, Hants, with the Isle of Wight, Berks, Wilts, Dorset, Somerset,

Devon, and part of Cornwall.
527 ESSEX .... Essex, Middlesex, and southern part of Hertfordshire.

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NORTHUMBRIA

547 BERNICIA .. Northumberland, and the south-eastern counties of Scotland.
560 DEIRA . ... Cumberland, Durham, Westmoreland, York, and Lancaster.
571 EAST-ANGLIA · · Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, and part of Bedfordshire.
585 MERCIA . . . . Chester, Derby, Nottingham, Lincoln, Shropshire, Stafford, Leicester,

Rutland, Northampton, Huntingdon, Hereford, Worcester, Warwick,

Gloucester, Oxford, Buckingham, and parts of Hertford and Bedford.
N.B. The boundaries varied frequently according to the fortunes of the reigning kings in the petty contests which they

waged one against the other.

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