Ancient England and Ireland
These places are the major settings of all the works in The Age of Bede.
The Wearmouth and Jarrow Monasteries
These sites were founded by Benedict Biscop and run by the abbots mentioned in The Age of Bede.
This is the kingdom of Angles in northeast England and the south of Scotland, established in 653 and conquered in 954.
The Age of Bede is filled with these ecclesiastical utterances.
This is the list of the Davidic Psalms which were regularly prayed by the monks of the twin monasteries.
The Codex Amiantus
This is the earliest manuscript of the entire Bible that survives written in the Latin Vulgate. It was created with medieval calligraphy.
These are physical pieces of holy origins, such as pieces of the true cross of Jesus Christ.
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