Structure, organisation and context 4. Message and discourse 5. Bede, Ceolwulf and the Ecclesiastical history.
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In fact, Wilfrid is an exceptionally prominent figure in the EH , whom Bede refers to repeatedly in language which compares closely with the terms that he applies to such august figures as Gregory, Augustine and Theodore. Bede's inference here is that although the conversion was itself praiseworthy there were aspects of it that were unnecessarily harsh.
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The conventional attribution to Whitby remains the more likely, given both the archaeological evidence for a monastery there but not at Strensall and Bede's belief that the monastery was a short journey from Hackness Hacanos: I am extremely grateful to Paul Fouracre for reading and commenting on a draft of this essay.
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