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Ecclesiastical and Theological Writers.

Popes, or Bishops of Rome.

Remarkable Events, &c.

Heretics, real or reputed.

CENTURY VII.

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Rome Canterbury.

Ecclesiastical and Theological Writers.

Heretics, real or reputed.

Remarkable Events.

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Profane

Authors.

Augustine, John first archbishop 605 was nomi

ponus. of John Malela. Canterbury, Hesychius of Jerusa

The ancient|An heresies

Philo

vigor dur-I conversion ing this cen- the English. tury; to

extraordinary progress were still in! is made in the

Sovereign
Princes.

Learned Men,
Historians,
Philosophers,
and Poets.

Sigebert, Metz.
575
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Kings of the
Vandals in
Africa.
Thrasa-
mond 523
Hilderic 530
Gilimer, de-
feated and
taken prisoner
by Belisarius,
in theyearā34
By this event
Africa became

again subject
to the Empe-
rors of the
East.

Kings of the Lombards, who

entered Italy in the year 568 Alboinus 57.1 Clephis 573 Antharis 590 Agilulph

Exarchs of

Ravenna.
Longinus 583
Smaragdus 588
Romanus 598
Callinicus

Sovereign
Princes.

Emperors of
the East.
A. D.

Mauritius
602

Gregory I.
604
Sabinianus

Boniface III,

606 nated to that] lem,

e archbishop

The author of the Alexandrian Chronicle.

Isidore of Seville, who,

of

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CENTURY VIII.

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