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by Bede,John Edward King
Author: Bede,John Edward King
Publisher: Harvard University Press; Reprint edition (January 1, 1930)
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There are two books of Bede's Ecclesiastical History. This book is an oddity.
There are two books of Bede's Ecclesiastical History. The Loeb series really doesn't cover any other non-Roman authors. The closest it comes is covering Procopius, who wrote a recognizably Classical work in the Eastern Empire after the fall of Rome. This book was written around the year 700 (150 years after Procopius) in Anglo-Saxon England. Bede's view of British history was that God punished the British for their sins by bringing in the Saxons who he then saved by sending them Saint Augustine and converting them into good Christians. This is an Ecclesiastical history which means it covers political events only superficially.
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Ecclesiastical History, Volume I: Books 1-3. Translated by J. E. King. Loeb Classical Library 246.
Title Page i. latin table of contents vii. introduction xv. Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation. Ecclesiastical History, Volume I: Books 1-3. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1930.
Ecclesiastical History, Volume I, Books I-III (Loeb Classical Library No. 246).
Tacitus: Histories, Books IV-V, Annals Books I-III (Loeb Classical Library No. 249). of at least twelve books covering the period 69–96 CE, but only Books I–IV and part of Book. 27 MB·187 Downloads·New! of at least twelve books covering the period 69–96 CE, but only Books I–IV and part of Book. Ecclesiastical History, Volume I, Books I-III (Loeb Classical Library No. 92 MB·57 Downloads·New! and chronology. But his most admired production is his Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation. Ecclesiastical History, Volume II, Books IV-V.
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Ecclesiastical History, Books I-III book . Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound Simon & Schuster. Hardcover, 560 pages. Published January 1st 1930 by Loeb Classical Library (first published 731).
The Loeb Classical Library (LCL; named after James Loeb /loʊb/) is a series of books, originally published by Heinemann in London, today by Harvard University Press.
Bede 'the Venerable,' English theologian and historian, was born in 672 or 673 CE in the territory of the single monastery at Wearmouth and Jarrow. He was ordained deacon (6912) and priest (7023) of the monastery, where his whole life was spent in devotion, choral singing, study, teaching, discussion, and writing. Besides Latin he knew Greek and possibly Hebrew.
Bede's theological works were chiefly commentaries, mostly allegorical in method, based with acknowledgment on Jerome, Augustine, Ambrose, Gregory, and others, but bearing his own personality. In another class were works on grammar and one on natural phenomena; special interest in the vexed question of Easter led him to write about the calendar and chronology. But his most admired production is his Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation. Here a clear and simple style united with descriptive powers to produce an elegant work, and the facts diligently collected from good sources make it a valuable account.
Historical also are his Lives of the Abbots of his monastery, the less successful accounts (in verse and prose) of Cuthbert, and the Letter (November 734) to Egbert his pupil, so important for our knowledge about the Church in Northumbria.
The Loeb Classical Library edition of Bede's historical works is in two volumes.