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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 175 pages of information about Early Britain.

Low Germans, 5;
  their language, 176

Marriage in heathen times, 74, 81

Meonwaras, 37

Mercia colonised, 49;
  its rise under Penda, 92;
  its supremacy, 117;
  conquered by Wessex, 122;
  by the Danes, 131

Monasteries, 102

Nennius, 32, 67

Nithard, 9

Northumbria settled, 32;
  converted, 88;
  conquered by Danes, 130

Notitia Imperii, 22

Offa of Mercia, 117; his dyke, 118

Oswald of Northumbria, 94

Oswiu of Northumbria, 95

Palgrave, Sir F., 66

Paulinus, 88

Penda of Mercia, 91, 94

Phillips, Prof., on Celtic blood in Yorkshire, 57

Port, mythical hero, 31

Rolleston, Prof., on Anglo-Saxon barrows, 25; on survival of Celts, 59

Ruim, old name of Thanet, 23

Runes, 97

Salisbury conquered by English, 50

Saxons, 5;
  English, so called by Celtic races, 21;
  settle in Sussex, 24;
  in Essex, 36;
  in Wessex, 37

Saxons, Old, 7;
  their constitution, 9

Ships of bronze age, 19;
  of iron age, 20;
  king AElfred’s, 139

Stubbs, Rev. Canon, 120, and passim

Sussex settled, 24, 29

Swegen, 165

Taylor, Rev. Isaac, on Hundreds, 68

Teutonic race, 4

Thanet, 23

Theodore of Canterbury, 107

Thunor, 16;
  his worship, 77

Towns, 157

Totemism, 79

Vortigern, 28

Wessex settled, 24, 31

Whitby, synod of, 97;
  abbey at, 103

Wight, settled by Jutes, 23

Wihtgar, 31

Wilfrith of York, 97, 105, 108

Winchester, 37, 158

Winwidfield, 96

Woden, 16, 46;
  his worship, 76

THE END.

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WYMAN AND SONS, PRINTERS, GREAT QUEEN STREET, LONDON, W.C.

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