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" Cadwalla, though he bore the name and professed himself a Christian, was so barbarous in his disposition and behaviour, that he neither spared the female sex, nor the innocent age of children, but with savage cruelty put them to tormenting deaths, ravaging... "
The Lives of the British Saints: The Saints of Wales and Cornwall and Such ... - Side 43
av Sabine Baring-Gould, John Fisher - 1908
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A Popular History of the Ancient British Church: With Special Reference to ...

Ebenezer Josiah Newell - 1887 - 205 sider
...He had laid upon them for their sins. Bede hints that such was Cadwallon's hope ; he had resolved " to cut off all the race of the English within the borders of Britain." But had the Britons been anxious to convert the English, it was probably impossible for them to do...
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Publications of the Catholic Truth Society, Volum 35

1898
...spared the female sex nor the innocent age of children, but with savage cruelty put all to tormenting deaths, ravaging all their country for a long time and resolving to extirpate all the race of Angles within the borders of Britain. Nor did he pay any regard to the Christian...
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Essentials in English History: (from the Earliest Records to the Present Day)

Albert Perry Walker - 1905 - 550 sider
...W innocent age of children, but with savage cruelty put them to tormenting deaths, ravaging all the country for a long time, and resolving to cut off...race of the English within the borders of Britain." For thirty years Penda strove to conquer Northumbria. King Edwin was slain at Heathfield (633), and...
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Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England

Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1907 - 439 sider
...all alike to death by torture, and overran all their country in his fury for a long time, intending to cut off all the race of the English within the...Nor did he pay any respect to the Christian religion which had sprung up among them; it being to this day the custom of the Britons to despise the faith...
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The Golden Days of the Early English Church from the Arrival of ..., Volum 1

Sir Henry Hoyle Howorth - 1917
...sex, nor the innocent age of children, but with savage cruelty put the whole of them to tormenting deaths, ravaging all their country for a long time,...Nor did he pay any respect to the Christian religion which had newly taken root among them." It is plain that Bede is here describing a Celtic ruler, possessed...
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The Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation

St Bede - 2007 - 388 sider
...spared the female sex, nor the innocent age of children, but with savage cruelty put them to tormenting deaths, ravaging all their country for a long time,...Nor did he pay any respect to the Christian religion which had newly taken root among them ; it being to this day the custom of the Britons not to pay any...
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celt and saxon

1963 - 365 sider
...done before him, and in 633 killed Edwin in his own territory. He was, so Bede informs us, ' resolved to cut off all the race of the English within the borders of Britain'. We may compare what Bede has said of ^thelfrith : ' He ravaged the Britons more cruelly than any other...
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