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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals York

    it was at first called, appears to have had its origin in the hospitality shown to the poor by the Culdees , who, before the Conquest, served the cathedral church of York . 16 According to tradition, Athelstan, returning from

    Collegiate churches York (including York Minster )

    The tradition held at York was that the first ministers of the church, corresponding to the later canons, were called Culdees , i.e. Colidei , and were seven in number. 3 The foundation of their common property was a grant

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    worked into a connected narrative of striking interest. For to the Church of the north belongs the work of the Culdees of Lindis- farne, who were better apostles than Paulinus, and from the story of the struggle of Rome, successful Subscribers-only content

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    add the fact that many pages of it are given to the record of the pious labours of the Celtic Culdees, and that there is hardly a page treating of Anglo-Saxon work that does not, in some form, recognise with Subscribers-only content

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    converter of the Heathen in this country, and left far too much out of sight the previous labours of the Culdees and' the strength of the Celtic Church, to which the north of England, at any rate, owed infinitely more Subscribers-only content

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    is no getting at real truth without a strict assay. Mr Burton can have DO personal grudge against the old Culdees, whose plae in history we believe' to have been much nobler than he would'have his readers thinik. We do Subscribers-only content

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    banks of the Tay, represents one of the oldest monastic establishments in Scotland. It is said that in 729 the Culdees had establisheda smonas- tery here, and that St Columba's bones were brought hither from Iona, in 848. The choir Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A-D

    a 47. Cruikisford , 116, 119. Crux , alias Fowlare, Adam, a 35. Cuik . See "Cook." Culbowie , 135. Culdees , college of, 58. Culross , 57, 258, 583, 360. Cumberland , 196. duke of, 599. Cumbrae (Comray), Little,

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