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sixth journey to Rome, 90; he approves of Sigfrid's succession on the death of Eosterwine, 91; falls sick of the palsy, 91; his last moments, 92; final instructions, 92; his trying moments prior to the death of Sigfrid, 93-4; places Ceolfrid over both Monasteries, 93; and dies January 14th, 690; 95. Blaedla, or Blaeda, King of the Huns, 278.
Bodecea, 259.
Boisil receives St. Cuthbert at Melrose, 16, 17; instructs Cuthbert, 20; particularly in the Gospel of St. John, 21; dies of the Pestilence, which he had foretold three years before, 21; succeeded by St.Cuthbert, 22; Cuthbert's testimony to his piety, 43; his bones removed from Melrose by the priest Elfred, 205.
Boniface, the Apostle of the Germans, his praise of Bede, lix.
Boniface, Pope, 277, 284.
Brennus sacks Rome, 248.
Britain, invaded by the Danes and Fresons, 183; discovered by Julius Caesar, 254; invaded by Claudius, 258; by Vespasian, 259; by Adrian, 261; by Severus, 264; by Asclepiodotus, under Maximianus, 269; part of the Western Empire, 275; invaded by the Picts and Scots, 275, 276; final departure of the Romans, 277; the Scots take possession of the Northern parts, 277; invaded by the Saxons, 278.
Brunanburgh, Battle of, 201.
Brutus, the Elder, 246.
Brutus, the Younger, 255.

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Caesar, Julius, conquers Gaul and invades Britain, 254; at the Battle of Pharsalia, 254; murdered, 255.
Cain, 222.
Cainan, 222.
Caligula befriends Agrippa, 257; prophanes the Holy places of the Jews, 258.
Cambyses, 245.
Cantalupe, Hist, of Cambridge, xliv.
Canterbury, 85. 288.
Caparnaum, 175.
Caracalla, 264.
Carausius, 269.
Carinus, 269.
Carlisle.—See Lugubalia, or Luel. Carthage founded by Chalcedon, or Dido, 235; the Punic War, 248; taken by the Vandals, 277; recovered by Belisarius, 282.
Cams, 269.
Cassius, 255.
Cayster, River, 158.
Ceadda, Bishop of Lichfield, xxiii.
Cecrops, King of Attica, 234.
Ceolfrid, first Abbot of Jarrow, xxi., 88; accompanies Biscop to Rome, 88; appointed Abbot of both Monasteries of Weremouth and Jarrow, 93; his Character, 95; resigns his office from old age, 97; departure for Rome, 97, 294; his death at the Ligones, Sep. 25, Anno, 716; 101, 294; buried in the Monastery of the Twins, 102, 294.
Ceolwulph, King of Northumberland, xlviii., 144.
Chalcedon, 280, 285.
Chalons, Battle of, 279.
Chares, 157.
Chosroes, King, 285.
Christ, Birth of, 256; his Preaching, 257; Crucifixion, 257.
Churchyards not to be in towns, 129.
Cicero, 253.
Claudius, 257; his expedition into Britain, 258 ; adds the Orkneys to the empire, 258 ; expels the Jews from Rome, 258.
Claudius II., 267.
Clemens Alexandrinus, 263.
Cleopatra, 253, 254.
Clothaire, 126.