The Sixth Age
Rome, where they are venerated in the monastery of St. Paul the Apostle of Aquæ Salviæ. In the sixteenth year of the reign of Heraclius, in the fifteenth indiction,Edwin King of Norhumbria baptized Edwin I., a most excellent king of a nation of the Angles in Britain to the north of the Humber, at the preaching of Bishop Paulinus, who was sent from Canterbury by the venerable Archbishop Justus, received the word of salvation with his people, in the eleventh year of his reign, and 180 years, more or less, after the coming of the Angles into Britain,Paulinus Abp. of York and rewarded Paulinus  with the episcopal see of York. This king, as he grew in the faith of the heavenly kingdom, so also did he increase in earthly power and dominion, insomuch that he reigned over the whole British realm, both over his own nation and the Britons likewise, which none of the Angles did before him. Pope Honorius, in an epistle, refuted the quartadeciman error respecting the observance of Easter, which had at that time sprung up among the Scots; moreover, John, who was elected to the pontificate after Severinus the succcssor of Honorius, wrote to them on the same subject,Pelagian heresy revived in Scotland. and on the Pelagian heresy which had begun to revive among them.
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- See Bede's Ecclesiastical History, B. II. Ch. XIII.
- Ibid. B, II. Ch.XIV.