SAXONS, SOUTH, i. 15; converted, iv. 13; subjected to Wessex, iv. 15; and they have their own bishop, v. 17. SAXONS, WEST, or GEWISSæ, are converted, iii. 7; their kings Cadwalla and Ina go to Rome, v. 7. SAXONS, EAST, London their metropolis, ii. 3 ; they abandon the true faith, ii. 5 ; they return to it, iii. 22 ; they again relapse, and again return, iii. 30. Scellanus, one of the Scottish priests, to whom John writes about Easter, ii. 19. SCOTS, come from Ireland, i. 1,34, v. 22; after the Romans depart they devastate Britain, i. 12 ; the Northern Scots entertain erroneous opinions about Easter, ii. 4, 19, iii. 3, 25 ; the Southern Scots observe the Catholic Easter and tonsure, iii. 26 ; the Scottish bishops, iii. 26 ; Egfrid makes war on the Scots, iv. 26 ; the Scots adopt the Catholic Easter, v. 14, 21. SEBBE, king of East Anglia, iii. 20, iv. 26. He abdicated and died, 694. SEDULIUS, imitated by Aldhelm, v. 18. SEGENIUS, one of those to whom Pope John wrote about Easter, ii. 19. He was son of Fiachrius, and was fifth abbot of Iona from 622 to 655. (See Adamnani Vita Columbæ.) SELESEU, given to Wilfrid, iv. 13 ; the vision of a boy there, iv. 14. SENS (Senores), the see of Emma, iv. 1. SERGIUS, Pope ; in his time Cadwalla was baptized, v. 7 ; Suidbert and Wilbrord ordained bishop of Friesland, v. 11. SETHRIDA, daughter of Anna, king of East Anglia, and abbess of Brie, iii. 8. SEVERIANUS, Bishop, father of Agrìcola, who introduced the Pelagian heresy into Britain, i. 17. SEVERINUS, Pope, successor of Honorius, ii. 19. SEVERN, SABRINA, V. 23. SEVERUS, Emperor, makes the wall against the Picts ; dies at York, i. 5,11. SEVERUS, bishop of Treves, disciple of Lupus, joins Germanus on his return to Britain against the Pelagian heresy, i. 21. SEXBERGA, son of Anna, king of Essex, wife of Earconbert, iii. 8 ; abbess of Ely after her sister Etheldrid, iv. 19. (See Acta Sanct. Jul. tom. ii. p. 346.) SEXWULF, abbot of Medeshamstead, ' ordained bishop of Merda in the place of Winfrid, Sec., iv. 6, 12. SIGEBERT, brother of Earpwald, an exile in Gaul, brings back the East Angles to the true faith, and founds a school, ii. 15, iii. 18 ; gives Fursey a place for a monastery, iii. 19 ; enters a monastery ; is forced into a battle and slain, iii. 18. SIGEBERT, king of Essex, slain by his own subjects, iii. 22. SIGHARD, brother and successor of Sebbe, iv. 11. SIGHERE, king of Essex, an apostate, iii. 30, iv. 6. SOLENT, or SOLVENT, the name of that part of the sea between Britain and the Isle of Wight, iv. 16. STANFORD, V. 19. STREANESHALCH, now WHITBY, the monastery of Hilda, governed after her by Elneda, wherein herself, Oswy, Eanfleda and Edwin, were buried, iii. 23 ; a council held there, iii. 25, iv. 23, 26. SUDERGEONA, a district near the Thames, wherein was Ceortesei (Chertsey), iv. 6. SUEFRED, brother and associate of Sighard, iv. 11. SUEVIANS ravage Gaul, i. II. SUIDBERT, abbot of Dacore, iv. 32. SUIDBERT, bishop of Friesland, ordained by Wilfrid, preaches to the Boruc- ters, v. 11 ; builds the monastery Inlitore, where also he died, v. 12. SUIDHELM, king of Essex after Sigebert, and brother of Sexbald, iii. 22. SWALLOW, a river in Deira, in which Paulinus baptized, ii. 14. SYMMACHUS, Consul, i. 13. TARSUS, a city in Cilicia, the country of Theodore, iv. J, TATE, or ETHELBERGA, ii. 9. TATFRID, from Hilda's monaster}', bishop elect of the Wiccii, but died before his consecration, iv. 23. TATWINE, archbishop of Canterbury after Berthwald, &c, v. 23. TECLA, iv. 20. THAMES, crossed by Caesar, i. 2 ; the exact place is not known ; divided Essex from Kent, ii. 3 ; Tilaburg on its banks, iii. 22 ; and Chertsey (Ceortesei), iv. 6. THANET, TANETOS, island in Kent, where Augustine landed, i. 25. THEODOBE, and THEODOBET, their opinions condemned in the synod of Hatfield, iv. 17. THEODOBE, archbishop of Canterbury, Pref. ; his birth, &c. and arrival in Britain, iv. 1 ; consecrates Eleutherius bishop of Sussex, iii. 7 ; dedicates the church of Lindisfame to St. Peter, iii. 24 ; gives St. Peter's monasten' to Hadrian, iii. 24 ; his episcopal duties, iv. 2, 3, 5, 6, 12; presides at the synod of Hatfield, iv. 16; and Twyford ; consecrates Cuthbert bishop of Lindisfarne, iv. 28 ; makes peace between Egfrid and Ethelred, iv. 21 ; his skill in medicine, v. 3 ; his death, iv. 23, v. 8. THEODOSIUS, Emperor, i. 9. THEODOSIUS, Junior, Emperor, i. 13. THOMAS, deacon, and successor of Felix, bishop of East Anglia, iii. 20. THRIDRED, priest of the monastery of Dacore, cures a young man's eye by the relics of St. Cuthbert, iv. 32. TBRIDWULF, abbot and priest, ii. 14.