Augustine's Journey from Rome to Richborough

@article{CookAugustinesJF,
  title={Augustine's Journey from Rome to Richborough},
  author={Albert Stanburrough Cook},
  journal={Speculum},
  volume={1},
  pages={375 - 397}
}
  • A. Cook
  • Published 1 October 1926
  • History
  • Speculum
1. FROM ROME TO THE RHONE A UGUSTINE of England, who died, as nearly as we can ascertain, on May 26, 604,1 had been prior 2 of Pope Gregory's monastery at Rome, which was founded about 574.3 In this monastery, according to a somewhat doubtful letter of Pope Vitalian, Augustine was the roommate of Gregory,4 the latter having been born about 540, and dying on March 12, 604.5 How old, in the light of these facts, shall we consider Augustine to have been when, in 596, he was dispatched by Gregory… 
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The Laws of the Earliest English Kings

Preface List of abbreviations The Kentish laws The laws of Ine and of Alfred Treaties with the Danes The laws of Edward the Elder and of Aethelstan Appendix Notes Index.

If a freeman robs the king, he shall pay back a ninefold amount

    Preostes feoh, IX gylde. Diacones feoh, VI gylde. Cleroces feoh

      Three words in the first law are specially to be noted -ciricean, bisceopes, and preostes, or, in the nominative, cirice, bisceop (biscop), and preost. These words, like diacon and cleroc