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nastery thereon, 18 ; body of St. Cuthbert, 203.
Ireland.—See Scots and Picts.
Ireuæus, Bishop of Lyons, 263.
Isaac, 229.
Ismael, 229.

J.

Jacob, 230 ; Jacob's Well, 175.
Jaddua, the High Priest, 248.
James, the brother of the Lord, first Bishop of Jerusalem, 257 ; stoned, 259.
James, of Nisibis, 272.
Japhet, 227.
Jareth, 223.
Jarrow, Monastery on the mouth of the River Tyne, built by Benedict Biscop on land granted by King Æcgfrid, two years after the birth of Bede, xix. xx. 83.—See Æcgfrid, Bede, Biscop, Ceolfrid, Eosterwine, Hwaetbehrt, Sigfrid.
Jechoniah, 243.
Jehoahaz, 241.
Jehoiachin, 241.
Jehoiakira, 241.
Jehoram, 237.
Jehoshaphat, 236.
Jehu, 237.
Jephthah, 233.
Jeremiah, 242.
Jericho, 169.
Jeroboam, 236.
Jerome, St., writes his book, "de Illustribus Ecclesice Viris," 275; dies, 277.
Jerusalem, 159 ; the surrounding country, 165 ; building of the Temple, 235 ; the Temple destroyed, 241 ; the Temple rebuilt, 246 ; the Walls rebuilt, 247 ; taken by Pompey, 254 ; Cassius spoils the Temple, 255 ; destroyed by Titus, 259 ; taken by the Persians, 285 ; by the Saracens, 285.
Jesus Syrach, 251.
Joash, 237.
John the Baptist, 279 ; his Bones dispersed and removed, 272 ; Monastery on the River Jordan, 174; Fountain of, 174.
John, St., the Evangelist returns to Ephesus, 260; writes his Gospel, 260 ; dies, 260.
John, Pope, visits Constantinople, 281 ; imprisoned by Theodoric, 281 ; builds Churches, 283.
John, Pope, succeeds Severinus, 286.
John, Pope, succeeds Agatho, 288.
John, Pope, ransoms the captives from Gisulph, 291 ; another Pope Jolui, 291.
John, the Priest, to whom Bede dedicates his metrical Life of St. Cuthbert, l.
John, the Arch-chanter of St. Peter's at Rome, instructs Bede, xxiii,; visits Britain along with Benedict Biscop, 87 ; teaches in the Monastery of Weremouth, 87.
John of Beverley, xxiv ; Bishop of Hexham, xxvi.
Jonadab, 237.
Jordan, River, 169, 171, 231.
Josephus, 247.
Joshua, 231.
Josiah, 240.
Jovian, 273.
Judith, wife of Tosti, Countess of Northumberland, 207.
Julian slays Pertinax, 263.
Julian, the Apostate, 272.
Julius, town of, 172.
Julius Caesar conquers Britain, 254.
Juhus Africanus, 264, 265.
Jupiter Olympus, 156.
Justin, the Emperor, 281.
Justin, the Younger, 282.
Justin Martyr, 262.
Justinian, the Emperor, 282 ; Codex Justinianus, 282.
Justinian, younger son of Constantine, 290 ; recovers his Throne, 292.

K.

Koath, son of Levi, 230.