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Wilfrid, Saint, Archbishop of York, 634-709., Christian literature, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- England -- Translations into English., Christian saints -- England -- Biography -- Early works to 1800., Anglo-Saxons -- Biography -- Early works to

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Statementby Eddius Stephanus ; text, translation, and notes by Bertram Colgrave.
GenreEarly works to 1800., Biography
ContributionsColgrave, Bertram.
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LC ClassificationsBX4700.W5 E413 1985
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Paginationxvii, 192 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2535821M
ISBN 100521309271, 0521313872
LC Control Number85016625

The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, his life punctuated by restless travels and the most violent quarrels.

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Of noble birth, Wilfrid (c) gained his first experience of monastic life as a boy at Lindisfarne. The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, his life punctuated by restless travels and the most violent quarrels.

Of noble birth, Wilfrid (c) gained his first Cited by: The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, his life punctuated by restless travels and the most violent by:   The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, his life punctuated by restless travels and the most violent quarrels.

Of noble birth, Wilfrid (c - ) gained his first experience of monastic life as/5(9). Saint Wilfrid, also called Wilfrid of York, (bornNorthumbria, Eng.—died Ap /, monastery of Oundle, Mercia, Eng.; feast day October 12), one of the greatest English saints, a monk and bishop who was outstanding in bringing about close relations between the Anglo-Saxon Church and the papacy.

He devoted his life to establishing the observances of the Roman Church over those. The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, Of noble birth, Wilfrid (c) gained his first experience of monastic life as a boy at Lindisfarne.

Christian church Wilfrid, Saint - Biographies - Early works, England, Wilfrid, Saint, Wilfrid, Saint, Archbishop of York,Christian literature, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- England -- Translations into English, Anglo-Saxons -- Biography -- Early works toChristian saints -- England -- Biography -- Early works toChristian Pages: Genre/Form: Church history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eddius Stephanus.

Life of Bishop Wilfrid. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, The Vita Sancti Wilfrithi or Life of St Wilfrid (spelled "Wilfrid" in the modern era [2]) is an early 8th-century hagiographic text recounting the life of the Northumbrian The life of Bishop Wilfrid book, gh a hagiography, it has few miracles, while its main concerns are with the politics of the Northumbrian church and the history of the monasteries of Ripon and Hexham.

The Life of Bishop Wilfrid Eddius Stephanus, ve (editor) The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, his life punctuated by restless travels and the most violent.

The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, his life punctuated by restless travels and the most violent quarrels.

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Of noble birth, Wilfrid (c–) gained his first experience of monastic life as a boy at Lindisfarne. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: The life of Bishop Wilfrid / Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Eddius Stephanus.

Other Authors: Colgrave, Bertram. Format: a The life of Bishop Wilfrid / |c by Eddius Stephanus ; text, translation, and notes by Bertram Colgrave. It explores the Life of Bishop Wilfrid, an 8th-century account of a famous Anglo-Saxon abbot and bishop of Hexham, with an eye to exposing and analyzing the convictions of Wilfrid's biographer.

Argues that the portrayal of Wilfrid's seemingly abrasive brand of sanctity approximates more closely the New Testament image of the holy man than other Cited by: 4. Buy The Life of Bishop Wilfrid by Eddius Stephanus Revised ed.

by Eddius Stephanus, Bertram Colgrave (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Eddius Stephanus. Saint Wilfrid at Hexham / Published: () Theodore and Wilfrith by: Browne, G. Published: () Images of sanctity in Eddius Stephanus' Life of Bishop Wilfrid, an early English saint's life / by: Foley, William Trent, Published: ().

A new book on Wilfrid has several modern publications to compete with. a highly original book by Trent Foley, Images of Sanctity in Eddius Stephanus’ Life of Bishop Wilfrid, an Early English Saint’s Life (; rev. ante Eddius Stephanus and the Life of Wilfrid’, ante, xcviii [], –14) that it is, in the form in which we.

The Life promised that any who might intend ‘to snatch off another bishop’s see like a thief’, like those who briefly tried to replace Wilfrid with Chad in the s, would ultimately find that their efforts were in vain. 62 Although Stephen attributed little personal blame to Chad himself in his account of these events, exonerating him Author: Richard Sowerby.

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1 (). As the title indicates, this book studies another book, Eddius Stephanus's Life of Bishop Wilfrid, written in approximately about the controversial Northumbrian bishop Wilfri, odf Yor k ().

Foley accepts the hagio-graphical nature of vita th ane d concentrates on. The oldest source is the short reference discussed above in Stephan's Life of Bishop Wilfrid, which only adds the location of Ripon as his educational monastery as a youth. Last, we have Alcuin's poem on the Bishops, Kings and Saints of the Church of York and his prose and.

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Then Wilfrid found grace in the sight of the king and a great gateway of faith opened for him. On one day he baptized many thousands of pagans (as the Apostle Peter did) of both sexes who forsook idolatry and professed faith in Almighty God.

After his third exile from toWilfrid returned to end his controversial life as bishop of Hexam. The Life of Cuthbert describes the life of Bishop Cuthbert, a Northumbrian born in who was trained as an Irish monk and preferred a life of solitude to running a monastery.

In fact he lived as a hermit until and was a bishop for only two years until his death. The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, his life punctuated by restless travels and the most violent : The Life of Bishop Wilfrid Full Product Description The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing.

The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, his life punctuated by restless travels and the most violent : Eddius Stephanus.

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Life of St Wilfrid might have been produced as late as the early s in support of Bishop Acca, Wilfrid’s successor at Hexham, who had been driven from his see in This article, in turn, inspired Walter Goff art’s more wide-ranging study, ‘Bede and the Ghost of Bishop Wilfrid’, published in Although.

After a period at Chester-le-Street of years, the monks brought the book and St. Cuthbert’s coffin to Durham. On September 4,Cuthbert and the Gospels were placed in Durham Cathedral where they lay until when Henry VIII’s Commissioners pillaged Cuthbert’s shrine and removed the book.

The same year that they departed from Britain, the great bishop, Wilfrid, ended his days in the province called Inundalum, after he had been bishop forty-five years.

His body, being laid in a coffin, was carried to his monastery, which is called Inhrypum, and buried in the church of the blessed Apostle Peter, with the honour due to so great a. BUT Wilfrid was expelled from his bishopric, and having long travelled in many lands, went to Rome, and afterwards returned to Britain.

Though he could not, by reason the enmity of the aforesaid king, be received into his own country or diocese, yet he could not be restrained from the ministry of the Gospel; for, taking his way into the province of the South Saxons,which extends from Kent to.Wilfrid (originalno Wilfrith) (cca.

– cca. ) je bio engleski biskup i se u porodici nortumbrijskih plemića a kao adolescent se zaredio i studirao u Lindisfarneu, Canterburyju, Galiji, i, na kraju, u Rimu; u Nortumbriju se vratio oko godine i postao opat novoosnovanog samostana u je Wilfrid bio predvodnik tzv.

"rimske stranke" na Saboru u Whitbyju Dijeceza/eparhija: York.III. How the same King Oswald, asking a bishop of the Scottish nation, had Aidan sent him, and granted him an episcopal see in the Isle of Lindisfarne.

[A.D.] IV. When the nation of the Picts received the faith of Christ. [ A.D.] V. Of the life of Bishop Aidan. [ A.D.] VI. Of King Oswald's wonderful piety and religion. [ A.D.] VII.