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English Church, 1000-1066

Frank Barlow

English Church, 1000-1066

a constitutional history.

by Frank Barlow

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Published by Longmans in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination324p.,23cm
Number of Pages324
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19010680M

liv Domesday Book, p lv C. Warren Hollister, Anglo-Saxon Military Institutions on the Eve of the Norman Conquest, Clarendon Press , p lvi English Historical Documents – (quoted in future as EHD), ed. David C. Douglas and George W. Greenaway, London , p lvii GG, p lviii English Historical Review, XXV ( Frank Barlow, The English Church –, Longman, London Frank Barlow, The Godwins: the Rise and Fall of a Noble Dynasty, Pearson Longman, London David Bates, William the Conqueror, Tempus Publishing, Stroud David Bates, Normandy Before .

Ælfheah (c. – 19 April ) was an Anglo-Saxon Bishop of Winchester, later Archbishop of became an anchorite before being elected abbot of Bath reputation for piety and sanctity led to his promotion to the episcopate and, eventually, to his becoming archbishop. Ælfheah furthered the cult of Dunstan and also encouraged essor: Ælfric of Abingdon. Cynesige (died 22 December ) was a medieval English Archbishop of York between and Prior to his appointment to York, he was a royal clerk and perhaps a monk at Peterborough. As archbishop, he built and adorned his cathedral as well as other churches, and was active in consecrating bishops. After his death in , the bequests he had made to a monastery were confiscated by the Predecessor: Ælfric Puttoc.

In The English Church , Barlow o!ers the reader a complete diagram of the formation of the English church before the conquest and talks about di!erent events that took place within the narrow time frame of the sixty-six years that the book covers. Barlow divided the text into independently orga-. A History of Old English Literature, Second Edition. R. D. Fulk and Christopher M. Cain. The English Church – A History of the Later A-S Church. 2nd ed. London: Longman. Barlow, Frank, ed. and trans. Those books that are most necessary for all men to know: the classics and late ninth-century England, a reappraisal.


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