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Corolla Sancti Eadmundi = the Garland of Saint Edmund, King and Martyr

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        StatementFranklin Classics Trade Press
        PublishersFranklin Classics Trade Press
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        LC ClassificationsNov 08, 2018
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        Paginationxvi, 102 p. :
        Number of Pages43
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        ISBN 100344854175
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"King Edmund, against whom Ivar advanced, stood inside his hall, and mindful of the Saviour, threw out his weapons. William of Malmesbury, an entry in a manuscript of Florence of Worcester once at Bury, and a version of the Resting Places of the English Saints used by Hugo Candidus, all give him a brother Edwold, a hermit at Cerne Abbas, Dorset.

Saint Edmund king and Martyr. The abbey's power grew upon being given jurisdiction over the growing town in 1028 and the creation in 1044, [15] of the geographical and political area of the Liberty of Saint Edmund, established by Edward the Confessor, which remained a separate jurisdiction under the control of the abbot of Bury St Edmunds Abbey until the dissolution of the monasteries.

that it is washed by waters on almost every side, girdled as it is on the south and east by the ocean, and on the north by an immense tract of marsh and fen, which starting, owing to the level character of the ground, from practically the midmost point of Britain, slopes for a distance of more than a hundred miles, intersected by rivers of great size, to the sea.

Montague James and Dr Charles Biggs in The Times. He had a good version of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, to which he makes many additions. An account of Edmund's legendary life and his veneration in medieval times at the• Edmund's cult flourished in the and Middle Ages, and he and were regarded as England's patron saints until they were replaced by in the fifteenth century.

Fact and Fiction in the Legend of St. Edmund, by Dorothy Whitelock

His shadow cast a dark cloud over the British Isles that ultimately led to the unification and creation of the state of England. Butler, Alban; Sarah Fawcett Thomas; Paul Burns 1997.

In the heart of the tree, an arrow head was found. It is possibly true that Hinguar was a son of a viking Ragnar Lothbrok about whom a great legend grew up. St Edmund, King and Martyr: Changing Images of a Medieval Saint. It is known that a variety of different coins were minted by Edmund's moneyers during his reign. This collection of material seems to have been used by Lydgate in his Legend of St.

Corolla Sancti Eadmundi = The garland of Saint Edmund, king and martyr : Hervey, Francis, 1846

The only evidence of decapitation was a line around his neck and his skin was still soft and fresh, as if he had been sleeping. They shot then with missiles, as if to amuse themselves, until he was all covered with their missiles as with bristles of a hedgehog, just as Sebastian was.

He wanted to match the example of Christ, who forbade Peter to win the cruel Jews with weapons. The [226] stories about him can be divided into two main types, one bringing him to Northumbria, the other to East Anglia.