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De conco domini?
phoriano 12 Martyre.
. Iste reliquię sunt in magna cruce . De ligno domini 18 De presepe 10 domini . .
.1 The bath of our Lord at Jerusalem, styled “concha lapidea grandis,". Warner, p. 181.
2 " In thiş cite of Tiberias es the tabil on which oure Lord ete with his disciples after his resurreccioun," etc., Warner's Mandeuill, p. 57; and note, p. 1go, where the “Mensa Christi" is shown to be about two miles from Capernaum, the spot where our Lord fed the five thousand, not an actual table, according to most authorities. :
8 Calixtus I, Pope and martyr of Rome, A.D. 226, in A. S. Boll., 14 Oct., vi, 401 ; and for the translation of his relics, ib., p. 447.
The Holy Innocents were buried at Bethlehem ; Tobler's plan of the church shows their altar in the north transept, Warner, p. 177.
5.Abbot and founder of the Monastery of Landevenec in Brittany, sixth century. He is commemorated on 3 March. 6 Bishop of Tours, ob. A. D. 401.
7 Probably. St. Thecla. of Seleucia, in Isauria, first or second century, a convert of St. Paul. . The Cathedral of Milan is dedicated to her.
& Of Paris, patron saint of France, ob. circ. A.D. 514; for the revelation of her relics, see A. S. Boll., 3 Jan., i, p. 53. See above, p. 150, n. I.
*10 S. Eucherius, circ. A.D. 440, speaks of the presepe domini at Bethlehem, "exornatum insuper argento atque auro," Tobler, Itinera, i, 53; cf. also, ib., p. 223 (Beda, De Locis Sanctis).'.
11 Polycarp the priest of Rome, ob. circ. A.D. 300, A.S. Boll., 23 Feb.; ii, p. 369. 19 Or Autun in France, circ. A.D. 180.
13 See p. 150, n. II.
Reliquię Apostolorum Petri et Pauli .
De ligno domini 5.
These, to the end, in a somewhat later handwriting.
? Perhaps Clement of Lyons, third century. a See before, p. 149, 1. 7. 8 Of Lorraine, seventh century.
• See p. 151, H 4. s See p. 151, n. 13.
6 This I do not understand, unless it be an error for Cilicio, signifying the shirt of camel's hair worn by this saint.
See p. 150, n. 3. o Bishop of Sebaste, in Armenia, martyred under the Emperor Licinius in A.D. 316. Greatly venerated in the Greek Church.
. Sic, MS. 10 Perhaps of Lydda or Diospolis in Palestine, A.D. 303. 11 Of Autun, ob. circ. A.D. 570, A. S. Boll., 15 Oct., vii, 1, p. 49. 13 Abbot of Clonfert in Ireland, ob. A.D. 587. A. S. Boll, 16 May, iji, p. 599. 18 See Before, p. 151, n. 5. 1 Abbot of Padstow in Cornwall, sixth century. 18 An erasure here, MS.
16 Queen of Scotland, ob. A.D. 1093. Her life was written by Ailred of Rievaulx, in the twelfth century.
17 Martyr of Catania in Sicily, A.D. 251 ; for her relics, see A. S. Boll., 5 Feb., i, p. 615.
R[eliquię] 'Sancte' Frithewithe
p. 101] INCIPIUNTY NOMINA SANCTORUM QUI REGNANT
FELICITER IN REGNO CAELORUM .
* Frideswida, of Oxford, eighth century.
i Pope, A.D. 259–269. 9 Pope, A.:), 66–78. 3 Pope, A. D. 78-91. * Pope, A.D. 91-100.
5 Pope, A.D. 119-128. 8 ? Pope Pelix I, A.D. 269-273. 7 l'ope Agapetus I, A.D. 535-6. 8 Pope, A.D. 251-2.
9 Bishop of Carthage, A.D. 248. 10 Of Rome, third century.
11 See p. 149, n. 7. 19 Of Saragossa, martyred A.D. 30.4. 13 Of Milan, first century. 14 Brother of St. Gervaise.
16 See p. 150, n. 12. 18 See p. 149, 1. 4.
17 Protomartyr of England, A.D. 286, or 303. 18 Pope, A.D. 236-250. 19 Archbishop of Lyons, end of fourth century. 20 Emperor of the East, A. D. 527-565. a1 Perhaps Julian, first Bisbop of Mans, ob. circ. A. D. 286. » Gordian III, Emperor, A.D. 238-244. 3 There are two saints of this name, commemorated on to May and r2 Dec.
(CONCLUDING PART OF A CHARTER 9 BY KING EADWEARD,
THE ELDER, TO BISHOP DENEWULF OF LAND IN WIN-
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1 Perhaps A. Cornelius Celsus, author of the De Re Medica, first century, but there are many early saints of this name.
? Nicomedes, priest of Rome, martyred perhaps under Domitian, A. S. Boll., 15 Sept., V, p. 5.
3 Stephen I, Pope, A.D. 253-257.
* Patriarch of Constantinople, A.D. 596-606. 5 Pope, A. D. 897-898. p. 103]
& There are many saints of this name.
8 Magnus the Good, King of Norway, A.D. 1036-47. perhaps, but there are several saints of this name.
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