Saint "the Venerable Bede", a.d. 673?–735, English monk, historian, and theologian: wrote earliest history of England.
- Also Baeda.
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Gower uses ne Bede in the same sense; 'That I ne Bede never awake'; Conf.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems | Geoffrey Chaucer
Can Mr. Bede produce anything to match the following sample of the crater, to be found in our most polished English poet?
In Bede's time, if not before, London was resorted to by many merchants both by land and by sea.
I need not dwell on characters so well known as those painted in "Adam Bede."Beacon Lights of History, Volume VII | John Lord
Dr Arnold's dissertation on Bede involves him in the discussion of a question on which much skill and ability have been exercised.
British Dictionary definitions for Bede
Saint, known as the Venerable Bede . ?673–735 ad, English monk, scholar, historian, and theologian, noted for his Latin Ecclesiastical History of the English People (731). Feast day: May 27 or 25: Latin name: Baeda
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