John Foxe and the Anglo-Saxons

  title={John Foxe and the Anglo-Saxons},
  author={B. Robinson},
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The Cross cult, King Oswald, and Elizabethan historiography
In Thomas Stapleton’s The History of the Church of Englande (1565), the first modern English translation of Bede’s Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum, the cross cult is promoted as a definitiveExpand
Not Angles but Anglicans? Reformation and Post-Reformation Perspectives on the Anglo-Saxon Church, Part 1: Bede, Ælfric and the Anglo-Saxon Church in Early Modern England
From the beginning, the early modern study of Anglo-Saxon England had a theological dimension, as opposing apologists sought to appropriate the teachings of the early English church. The ProtestantExpand