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The Age of Bede is a compilation of a number of documents that concern events and personalities in the sixth and seventh centuries in Ireland and Northern England. It contains a number of important documents from this period, including The Venerable Bede's Life of Cuthbert and Lives of the Abbots of Wearmouth and Jarrow, Eddius's Life of Wilfrid, The Voyage of St. Brendan and The Anonymous History of Abbot Ceolfrith, along with an illuminating introduction by the translators J. F. Webb and D. H. Farmer. All of the personalities discussed and probably all of the authors are monks of English or Irish descent. Thus, the book almost exclusively concerns the lives and activities of various important monks, abbots and bishops.
The Voyage of St. Brendan is a "travelogue" that portrays an account, though largely fictional, of the voyage of St. Brendan and represents a relatively isolated Celtic conception of the... View more of the The Age of Bede Summary
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