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Clodius Albinus, the Emperor, 263; slain 264.
Clotilda, Queen of Clovis, 116.
Clovis, King of the Franks, 115, 116; receives the Faith, 118, 280; defeats Attila at Poictiers, 280.
Conwlah, King of the West Saxons, 86.
Commodus, brother of Antoninus, 263.
Commodus, Antoninus, 263.
Communion, daily, recommended to the Clergy 151.
Constans, 271.
Constantine the Great, made Emperor in Britain, 270; embraces Christianity, 270; builds Churches, 271; builds Helenopohs, 271; builds Constantinople, 271; closes the Heathen Temples, 271.
Constantine II., 271.
Constantine, son of Constantine, 287, 288.
Constantine, son of the last, 288.
Constantine, a pupil of Bede, xxxiii. l.
Constantinople, description of, 178; Church of St. Sophia, 178; council of 288; the reliques of St. Timothy, the bones of St. Luke and St. Andrew, 250.
Constantius and Gal. Maximian, 269.
Constantius dies in York, 270.
Constantius II., 271, 273.
Cornelius, Bishop of Rome, 266; disinters the bodies of St. Paul and St. Peter, 267.
Cospatrick, 213, 214,
Council of Heathfield, 289.
Council of Hertford, xvi.
Councils of the Church:—Nice, 271; Antioch, 272; Augusta, 274; Chalcedon, 280; Rome, 283; Rome, 287; Constantinople, 288; the Six General Councils enumerated, 289.
Crassus, 254.
Creation, the, 221.
Creca, village of, 193.
Cudda, the Abbot, presents St. Cuthbert with a Sarcophagus, 66.
Cumin, Robert, 811.
Cuncaster,Chester-le. Street, 194, 202.
Cure of Souls, 150.
Cuthbert, St.—See Analytical Table of Contents, xi, xii. xiii; his abode at Melrose, 16; at Lindisfarne, 32; his residence at Fame Island, 35; elected to the Bishopric, 48; his manner of life in his Bishopric, 50; his death, 70; his reliques, 75; translation of his body from Lindisfarne to Durham, 183, 203; removed from Durham to Lindisfarne, 211; carried back again, 212; miracles performed, 218; alluded to in Bede's Chronicle, 291.
Cuthbert, pupil of Bede, xxxiii. l.; whom he attends in his last illness, li ; his letter to Cuthwin, lii.
Cutheard, Bishop of Cuncacester, 197, 199.
Cynemund, Bede's oral authority respecting a Miracle of St.Cuthbert, 64.
Cyprian of Carthage, 267.
Cyrene, founded, 232.
Cyrus, King of Persia, 243; takes Babylon, 244 ; restores the Jews from Captivity, 244.
Cyrus, Bishop of Alexandria, 286.

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Daltun, 97.
Damascus, 176, 236.
Damasus, Pope, 273, 274.
Danes and Fresons arrive in Britain, 183.
Daniel, 241, 244.
Darius, King of the Medes, 243.
Darius Nothus, 248.
David, King of the Jews, 235.
Dead Sea, 172.
Deborah, 232.
Decius persecutes the Christians, 266.
Deluge, the, 225.
Demosthenes, 248.
Derwent, River, 54.