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Gordian, the Emperor, 265.
Goths conquer the troops of the Emperor Valens, 273 ; they invade Italy, 275 ; are expelled by the Huns, 273.
Gratian, the Emperor, 273 ; his death, 274.
Gregorius Thaumaturgus, 265 ; by his prayers removes a Mountain to make room for a Church, 267 ; confutes the Doctrines of Eutychius, 283.
Gregory, Pope, 85 ; holds a Synod in Rome, 283 ; sends St. Augustine and Melhtus to Britain, 284 ; creates London and York into Metropolitan Sees, 284 ; his death, 284 ; his Pastoral Rule, 139 ; his letter to St. Augustine, 145.
Gudfrid, 5.
Guthred, King, 194 ; his grant to the followers of St. Cuthbert, 195, 196.

H.

Habita, 129.
Hadwald falls from a tree, &c., 60.
Hagulstad, Acca and Alcmund, Bishops of, 205.
Haldanhamal, 207.
Halduine, 211.
Halfdene, King of the Danes, 183 ; his death, 193.
Ham, 227.
Hardecnvt, 194.
Heathfield, Council of, 289.
Hebron, City of, 168.
Hehogabalus, 264.
Heraclea, the Theatre of, 157.
Heraclius, the Emperor, 285, 288.
Heraclonas, the Emperor, 286.
Hercules sacks Troy, 232.
Herculius Maximian, 269.
Herebert, the Hermit, 54, 55.
Herebert, King of the Lombards, 292.
Herefrid, Abbot of Lindisfarne, 3 ; the cure of St. Cuthbert by the prayers of the brotherhood, narrated by him, 20 ; his narrative of the death of St. Cuthbert, 65.
Hermes fixes Easter, 262.
Hermias, father of St. Felix, 103,
Hermias, brother of St. Felix, 103.
Herminigild the Martyr, son of the King of the Goths, 283.
Herod of Ascalon, 254.
Herod, son of Antipater, made King of the Jews, 255 ; his miserable death, 256.
Herod, his son, made Tetrarch, 256 ; builds Tiberias and Libias, 256 ; deprived of his office, 258.
Herodias, 258.
Herodotus, 247.
Hertford, Council of, xvi.
Hieropohs, 285.
Hilary, St., of Poictiers, 272, 273.
Hilderic, King of the Vandals, 282.
HiLdmer, Prefect of King Æcgfrid, 31 ; his miraculous cure, 57.
Hippo, town of, 172.
Hippocrates, 248.
Hippolytus, 264.
Histrus, town of, founded, 240.
Hocirus, friend of Clothaire, 127.
Honoric, King of the Vandals, an Arian, 281.
Honorius, the Emperor, 274.
Honorius, Pope, 286.
Huetbert, a pupil of Bede, xxxii. xlix ; succeeds Ceolfrid, a.d., 716 ; 98 ; sends a letter to Pope Gregory, 99 ; his deeds, 100 ; removes the bones of Eosterwine and Sigfrid, 101.
Humber, River, xx.
Hunred, 190, 191, 192.
Huns, expel the Goths, 273.
Huvitern, or the White House, 192.

I.

Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, martyred, 261.
Inachus, King of Argos, 230.
Inguald, Monk of Waremouth, 16.
Innocent, Bishop of Rome, 275.
Io, or Isis, 230.
Inrhypum (Ripon) granted to Abbot Eata, by King Alfred, to build a Mo-