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To

When the Saxons came to Devon

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 51 (1919) pp. 152-168.

by

J.J. Alexander

Prepared by Michael Steer

This paper was presented at the Association's July 1919 Tiverton meeting. Its author's purpose was to convey fresh new facts about the Saxon conquest of Devon that had come to light in the 40 year period since James Bridges Davidson had his paper on the topic published in the Transactions, since he asserts; opinions once widely held have been revised as a result of more careful study. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. The copy of this rare book is held in the Library of Princeton University, and is available from the Internet Archive.

 

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A  
Aldhelm, Bishop 165-6, 168
Alfred, King 160
Aurelianus, Ambrosius 163
B  
Bede 161
Bertram, C 152
Birch 153
Birinus 161, 164
Boniface 165, 168
C  
CÆdwalla 156
Ceawlin 161-3
Centwine 164-6, 168
Cenwealh 164, 166, 168
Ceol 162
Ceolric 162
Cerdic 161
Chadwick, Mr H M 161
Conan, Aurelius 163
Constantine of Damnonia 163
Crawford charters 167
Creoda 161
Cunoglasse of North Wales 163
Cynegils 162, 164
Cynewulf 156-7
Cynric 161-2
D  
Davidson, James Bridges 152, 154, 156-7, 159, 167-8
Durham, Simeon 153
Dyonisius Exiguus 161
F  
Freeman, Edward Augustus 154-5, 164, 166, 168
G  
Gardiner 154
Gerunt, King of West Wales (Geruntius) 156, 165-7
Gildas 162-3
Grandisson, Bishop 165
Green 154
Guest, Edwin 154
H  
Henry I 153
Howorth, Sir Henry 161
Huntingdon, Henry of 153
I  
Ine, King of Wessex 156, 165-8
K  
Kemble 153
Kerslake, Thomas 154-5, 167
King, Richard John 155
M  
Maglocune of North Wales 163
Maitland 160
Malmesbury, William of 153
Monmouth, Geoffrey of 152, 154-5
N  
Napier 153
O  
Oman 161
P  
Petrie & Sharpe 153
S  
Stevenson, Mr W H 153-4, 161
T  
Theodore, Archbishop 164
V  
Vortipore of Demetia 163
W  
Willibald 165
Winfrith 165-7
Woodward 152
Worcester, Florence of 153, 164