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MATTHEW OF WESTMINSTER The flowers of history, especially such as relate to the affairs of Britain. Vol. I. B.C. 4004 to A.D. 1066.


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The flowers of history, especially such as relate to the affairs of Britain. Vol. I. B.C. 4004 to A.D. 1066.
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CHAP. IV.—FROM Α.Τ· il* το A.©. 284. PAG Η Hadrian succeeds Traj an—Rebuilds Jerusalem—Lucius, king of Britain—Antoninus Pius—The heresy of Valentinus—Galen— Dispute about the day of Easter—Polyoarp—Marcus Antoninus— Two Emperors at a time—Commodus—Irenseue—The Britons, are converted to Christianity by Faganus and Deruvianus—Perti&ax— Severus—He comes to Britain—Is slain there—Tertullian—Bassianus—Macrinus-^Alexander—The .heresy of Sabettius—Origen —Maximus—Gordian—Philip—Decius—Gallus—Valerian—Geltienus—Cyprian—Claudius—Auvelian—Tacitus—The heresy of the Manicheans—Probus—Cams 158 CHAP. V.—PROM A.O. 26 6 to A.B. 34a Diocletian's reign — Caraueius in Britain—ponstantius— Galerius, Mazimian—The empress Helena—The persecution of Diocletian —Amphibolus—Saint Albanus—Diocletian andMaximian abdicate the throae—Ganstaatine is made emperor in Britain—Comes to Rome—Oemviue—Silvester—The Arri&n heresy—Death of Constentine . . · . . 176» CHAP. VL~FROM A;D. 341 το A.D. 434. Constantius—Death of Arrius—The bones of Saint Andrew and Saint Luke are taken to Constantinople—Julian-Eusetnus dies— Saint Hilary—The bones of John the Baptist are collected—Alaric —Vetentinian and Vatens—Octavius, king of Britain, dies—Gratian —Maximiemis becomes king of Britain—Conan—The Franks— Pbaramond—Death of Athanasius—Gregory îiazianzen—Basil— Tbeodosius — Arcadius — Maxnnus, king of Britain — Death of Maximae—Hufiwus—etilidio—Saint Ambrose dies—The Pelagian heresy—Saint John Chrysostom—Saint Augustine—Honorius— The Nestorian heresy—The Romans abandon Britain—The Scots and Picts invade it 193 G HAP. Vu.—FROM A.D. 436 το A.D. 464. The Britons receive a king from Brittany—Attila—Vortigern—Saint Germain—Wars between the Britons and the Picts and Scots— The Saxons are invited into Britain—Meroveus, king of the Franks —The Saxons arrive in Britain—Are defeated by Vortigern—The Counc 1 of · Chalcedon—Vortimer—Horsa—Hengist—Death of Vortimer—Return of Hengist—The Saxons destroy the British Churches—Merlin 208 CHAP. VIII— FROM A.D. 465 το AJ. 498. Prophecy of Marlin—The red dragon—The white dragon—The Revolution in Britain—Anrelius returns to Britain—Death of Vortigern—Of Alaric—Odoaeer, king of the Goths—Theodoric, king of the Goths—Au elius defeats Hengist, and puts him to

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