The Mission of Augustine of Canterbury to the English

@article{Wood1994TheMO,
  title={The Mission of Augustine of Canterbury to the English},
  author={Ian C. Wood},
  journal={Speculum},
  year={1994},
  volume={69},
  pages={1 - 17}
}
L'A. se propose de retracer la mission d'Augustin de Canterbury en Angleterre (dans le Kent) pendant le Haut Moyen-Age. Il rapporte les circonstances de la christianisation des Angles voulue par le Pape Gregoire le Grand autour de 595 apres J.-C. Il delimite le role d'Augustin dans cette evangelisation. Les documents qui sont a la sources de ces reconstitutions sont les diverses Vitae que l'on a retrouvees sur le compte de Gregoire et qui pour la plupart sont anonymes 

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