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According to Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People, I. vii and xviii, Alban was a pagan living at Verulamium ( now St Albans ), who converted to Christianity, and was executed by decapitation on a hill above the Roman settlement of Verulamium.
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According to Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People, the term is interchangeable with the Gewisse, meaning the descendants of Gewis.
According to Bede's life of the saint, when Cuthbert's sarcophagus was opened eleven years after his death, his body was found to have been perfectly preserved or incorrupt.
According to a later continuation of Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica ( written anonymously after Bede's death ) the king was " treacherously murdered at night by his own bodyguards ", though the reason why is unrecorded.
According to a later continuation of Bede's Ecclesiastical History, he was " treacherously murdered at night by his own bodyguards ", though the reason why is unrecorded.
According to Bede's Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum, a history of the English church, there were seven early Anglo-Saxon rulers who held imperium, or overlordship, over the other kingdoms.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the earliest recorded use of the title " pope " in English is in an Old English translation ( c. 950 ) of Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People:
According to Bede's account in his Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum ( Book I, chapter 34 ), Æthelfrith had won many victories against the Britons and was expanding his power and territory, and this concerned Áedán, who led " an immense and mighty army " against Æthelfrith.
According to Bede's explanation, this happened because Mellitus refused the brothers ' request for a taste of the sacramental bread.
According and Ecclesiastical
According to Eusebius of Caesarea in the Ecclesiastical History, he served as the first bishop of Crete.
According to Nikephoros Kallistos Xanthopoulos ( Ecclesiastical History 14th century AD., Migne P. G.
According to Ecclesiastical History of the English People, a history of the English church written by the 8th-century monk Bede, there were seven early Anglo-Saxon rulers who held imperium, or overlordship, over the other kingdoms.
According to Sozomen's Ecclesiastical History, " there were some very learned men who formerly flourished in Osroene, as for instance Bardasanes, who devised a heresy designated by his name, and his son Harmonius.
According to the ancient historian Sozomen, in his Ecclesiastical History, Pulcheria took a vow of virginity when she became Augusta, and her sisters followed suit.
" According to the ancient historian Sozomen, in his Ecclesiastical History, Sozomen claims that much of the rivalry was based on an ornate statue made in the honor of Eudoxia which Chrysostom condemned, “ The silver statue of the empress ... was placed upon a column of porphyry ; and the event was celebrated by loud acclamations, dancing, games, and other manifestations of public rejoicing ... John declared that these proceedings reflected dishonor on the church .” According to Sozomen, John had also condemned the empress for her grandiose style of ruling over the empire and condemned her in the church, this of course enraged the empress and John was immediately disposed of.
According to the constitutions and canons of the Episcopal Church in the United States, Title IV " Ecclesiastical Discipline ", there are three modes of depriving a member of clergy from exercising his or her ministerial rights: inhibition, suspension, or deposition.
According to Eusebius Hegesippus said Matthew's Gospel was written in Syriac ( Ecclesiastical History 3: 22-24 ) a view Eusebius shared ( Theophania 4: 12 ).
According to John Henry Blunt's 1874 Dictionary of Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Parties, and Schools of Religious Thought,
* According to Sozomen's Ecclesiastical history, " Harmonius, his son, was deeply versed in Grecian erudition, and was the first to subdue his native tongue to meters and musical laws ; these verses he delivered to the choirs "
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According to Lovecraft's " History of the Necronomicon " ( written 1927, first published 1938 ), Alhazred was:
According to Edward Gibbon in The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, during the shifting of offices that took place at the beginning of the new reigns, Alaric apparently hoped he would be promoted from a mere commander to the rank of general in one of the regular armies.
According to sources such as the History of Bede, after the invasion of Britannia, the Angles split up and founded the kingdoms of the Nord Angelnen ( Northumbria ), Ost Angelnen ( East Anglia ), and the Mittlere Angelnen ( Mercia ).
According to Judge, the History set was made up of episodes that he had previously rejected for home video release and had been prepared without his knowledge or consent.
According to the History of the Cyprus Church, in 478 Barnabas appeared in a dream to the Archbishop of Constantia ( Salamis, Cyprus ) Anthemios and revealed to him the place of his sepulchre beneath a carob-tree.
According to Emile Benveniste ( 1954 ), the earliest written occurrence in English of civilisation in its modern sense may be found in Adam Ferguson's An Essay on the History of Civil Society ( Edinburgh, 1767 – p. 2 ): " Not only the individual advances from infancy to manhood, but the species itself from rudeness to civilisation.
According to Carl Benjamin Boyer, in the introduction to his The History of the Calculus and its Conceptual Development, concepts in calculus do not refer to perceptions.
According to The General History of the Pirates, published more than 25 years after the event by an author whose very identity remains in dispute, Kidd made peaceful overtures to Culliford: he " drank their Captain's health ," swearing that " he was in every respect their Brother ," and gave Culliford " a Present of an Anchor and some Guns.
According to BBC History: " There have been 53 major wars in Europe, France had been a belligerent in 49 of them ; UK 43.
According to Book of Zhou and History of Northern Dynasties, Ashina was a branch of Xiongnus and according to Book of Sui and Tongdian, they were " mixed Barbarians " ( 雜胡 / 杂胡, Pinyin: zá hú, Wade-Giles: tsa hu ) from Pingliang.
According to Anthony Harkins in Hillbilly: A Cultural History of an American Icon, the term first appeared in print in a 1900 New York Journal article, with the definition: " a Hill-Billie is a free and untrammeled white citizen of Alabama, who lives in the hills, has no means to speak of, dresses as he can, talks as he pleases, drinks whiskey when he gets it, and fires off his revolver as the fancy takes him.
According to Theodor Mommsen ( The History of Rome, volume 4, The Revolution, ISBN 1-4353-4597-5, page 4 ), 1 January became the first day of the year in 600 AUC of the Roman Calendar ( 153 BC ), due to disasters in the Lusitanian War.
According to George Macaulay Trevelyan in A Shortened History of England, during the Viking occupation: “ The Scandinavians, when not on the Viking warpath, were a litigious people and loved to get together in the ‘ thing ’ to hear legal argument.
According to the Netherlands Institute for Art History, he influenced Cornelis de Bie, Jan Coelenbier, Cornelis van Noorde, Abraham Susenier, Herman Saftleven, Pieter Jansz van Asch, and Abraham van Beijeren.
According to the all-time ranking published in 2009 by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics, an organization recognised by FIFA, based on clubs ' performance in international competitions, Juventus were Italy's best club and second in Europe of the 20th century.
According to the book Local DJ, a Rock & Roll History, the band was performing in the area as an opening act for Herman's Hermits.
According to Burton Stein's History of India, " Kashmir was neither as large nor as old an independent state as Hyderabad ; it had been created rather off-handedly by the British after the first defeat of the Sikhs in 1846, as a reward to a former official who had sided with the British.
According to Geoffrey Keating's 17th century History of Ireland, Ériu, Banba, and Fódla worshipped Badb, Macha, and the Morrígan respectively.