A Companion to Bede: A Reader's Commentary on the Ecclesiastical History of the English People

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Aaron, 19
Abbot John. See John (abbot)
Abgar IX (king of Edessa), 15
Absolution, 104; and penance, 106
Acca (bishop of Hexham), 69–70, 122
Adamnan (abbot of Iona), 119–120
Adamnan (Irish monk), 106
Addi, 113
Adomnan. See Adamnan (abbot of Iona)
Aebbe, 106
Aesica, 96
Aethelburh, 96
Aethelthryth. See Etheldreda
Agatho (Pope): on monotheletism, 100; Wilfrid’s appeal to, 121
Aidan, 8, 60; Bede’s evaluation of, 73; bones of, 111; death of, 71, 72–73; and Hilda, 105; ministry of, 62–63; miracles of, 71–73; as model bishop, 29, 64–65; and Oswine, 70–71
Aidan’s Pillar, 72–73
Alban, 16–19
Albinus, 12
Albion. See Britain
Aldhelm, 120
Aldred, 108
Alleluia, 24
Altar, 54; of idols and Christians, 18; at places of worship, 38–39; as portable, 117; on Raedwald, 56
Ambrose, 30
Amphibalus, 16–18
Anatolius, 62
Andrew: and archbishop of Canterbury, 89; monastery of, 25
Angles, 24. See also Anglo-Saxons
Anglicans: on Bede, 5; on Synod of Whitby, 83–84
Anglo-Saxons, 14; and Britons, 21; and Celts, 59
Anno ab incarnatione Domini, 2
Anno dominicae incarnationis, 2
Antoninus, 17
Apostasy, 67–68
Apostles’ Creed, 3
Arculf, 119
Arianism, 19
Armagh, 84
Ascension, 8
Asterius, 66
Athanasius, 52, 74
Audrey. See Etheldreda
Augustine of Canterbury: as archbishop of Britain, 46; and Christ Church, 40; And conversion of Ethelbert, 30–31; death of, 47; and Gregorian mission to Britain, 25–29; and Gregory the Great,

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