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Palaestra Volume 23. Books Group

Palaestra Volume 23
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Author: Books Group
Number of Pages: 28 pages
Published Date: 01 May 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781231209806
File size: 32 Mb
Download Link: Palaestra Volume 23
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 Excerpt: ...intended to claim for the British church a principal share in the evangelisation of Northumbrian 2) Con tin. Nenn. 63. Skene, Celtic Scotland, I, pp. 156, 159. 8) Haddan and Stubbs (loc. cit.) think he may have been confused with one of several contemporary ecclesiastics named Romanus or Ronan. Paulinus, it should be remembered, was an Italian, and was sent from Rome. 4) But cf. the next section, p. 46 ff. Note that in HC as in Tr the period is that of the introduction of Christianity. ') Cf. Baeda, H. E., II, capp. 9, 12, 13, 14, 16, 20. The Acta SS. throw no further light on the question. St. Edwin's day is Oct. 6. Ten Brink (Beowulf-untersuchungen, in Q.u. F. LXII, pp. 224--227) gives reasons for the belief that the conditions in Northumbria in the former half of the 7 cent. were extremely favourable for the growth of epos. Skeat (Havelok, E. E. T. S. Extra Series IV, pp. XXIX--XXXIV, esp. XXXIII) has proved that some traditions about Eadwine were incorporated in the Havelok saga. By comparing the names in the four extant versions of the latter, he shows that the Godrich of the English poem is yEthelfrith of Bernieia. When Havelok attacks and slays Godrich, who has treacherously deprived him of his wife's inheritance, and when he is afterwards himself slain by Saxons, he corresponds to Eadwine who slew vEthelfrith at the Idle, and was himself slain by Penda at Haethfeld. Again Havelok, like Eadwine, marries the daughter of King.Ethelberht, and in each case the Archbishop of York performs the ceremony. The resemblance of Havelok's fortunes to those of Eadwine accounts for the fusion. There are some slight parallels between the sagas of Havelok and Constance. Havelok's mother, like the heroine of HC, is called Eleyne (Skeat, pp. XI, XII). A faithful...

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