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INDEX.

Philistines, 233.
Phocas, the Emperor, places the See of Rome over all, 284 ; he dedicates the Pantheon to Mary, and all Martyrs, 284.
Phoroneus, King of the Argives, 230.
Picts and Scots invade Britain, 275.
Pictures of Saints introduced into the British Church, 88.
Pierius of Alexandria, 269.
Pilate, Pontius, 256 ; dies by his own hand, 258.
Pius, Bishop of Rome, 262.
Placidia, 277, 287.
Plague in Britain, 278.
Plato, 248.
Pliny, 261.
Polycarp, 262, 263.
Pompey, 254.
Pontian and Anther, Martyrdom of, 265.
Pontius writes the Life of St. Cyprian, 267.
Priam, 233.
Priest, the office of, xxix. ; its duties and responsibilities, xxx. xxxii.
Prohus, the Emperor, 268.
Ptolemy Philadelphus, 250 ; the Bible translated into Greek, by the lxx.; 250.
Ptolemy Soter, 249, 250.
Ptolemy Euergetes, 251 ; Philopater, 251; Epiphanes, 251; Philometer, 252 ; Euergetes, II., 252 ; Physcon, 253 ; Alexander, 253 ; Lathyrus, 253; Dionysius, 254.
Pyramids of Egypt, 156.
Pyrrhus, Patriarch of Constantinople, 286.
Pythagoras, 245.

Q.

Quinquegentiana ravage Africa, 269.
Qninius, Bishop of Nola, 110.

R.

Ranulf sent to collect Tribute by William the Conqueror, 216. Rape of the Sabines, 239.
Rehoboam, 236.
Reingwald invades Britain, 197.
Remedius, St., 117; Archbishop of Rheims, 120.
Remus, 239.
Reu, 228.
Rhabanus Maurus, not a pupil of Bede, l.
Rheims, Town of, 117.
Rhine, River, 116.
Rhodes, the Colossus of, 157.
Richard, King of the Goths, 283.
Ripon.—See Inhrypum.
Roman Wall, Adrian's, 261 ; Trench of Severus, 264; Rampart of Sods, 276 ; the Stone Wall 277.
Roman mode of Chanting introduced into Britain, 87.
Roman Empire divided between Arcadius and Honorius, 275.
Rome built, 239 ; Capitol of, 156, 240 ; Pantheon burnt, 261 ; taken by the Gauls, 248 ; taken by the Goths, 275, 280; by the Lombards, 283; Inundated, 294.
Romulus, 239.
Romulus Augustulus, 280.

S.

Saint Paul's Cathedral built by Ethelbert, a. d. 604 ; 284.
Saleh, 226.
Sambuce, Village of, 96.
Samos founded, 236.
Samson, 234.
Samuel, 234.
Sapor, King of Persia, 267.
Saracens, the, invade Sicily, 288 ; besiege Constantinople, 294.
Sardanapalus, 238.
Saul, King of the Jews, 235.
Saxons, or Angles, 278, 279.
Scopilio, Secretary to Bishop Vedast, 129.
Scots and Picts invade England, 275 ; converted to Christianity, 277 ; settle in the Northern part of Britain, 278.