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    Bertram Colgrave
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Bertram Colgrave, D. Litt. born 1889, Derry, Ireland – died 13 January 1968, Cambridge, England) was a medieval historian, antiquarian and archaeologist, specializing on the lives of the early saints in Anglo-Saxon England

Bertram Colgrave, D. born 1889, Derry, Ireland – died 13 January 1968, Cambridge, England) was a medieval historian, antiquarian and archaeologist, specializing on the lives of the early saints in Anglo-Saxon England. Colgrave attended King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys in Birmingham, prior to undergraduate studies at the University of Birmingham

The Life of Gregory seems to be the earliest of the Saints' lives of this period and it is in many ways the most remarkable. Born in Ireland in 1889, Bertram Colgrave died at Cambridge, England in 1968, the year this book was published

The Life of Gregory seems to be the earliest of the Saints' lives of this period and it is in many ways the most remarkable. Born in Ireland in 1889, Bertram Colgrave died at Cambridge, England in 1968, the year this book was published.

Bertram Colgrave - 1961 - Speculum 36 (3):460-463

Bertram Colgrave - 1961 - Speculum 36 (3):460-463. Two Recently Discovered Leaves From Old English Manuscripts. Bertram Colgrave & Ann Hyde - 1962 - Speculum 37 (1):60-78. The Syntax of Life: Gregory Bateson and the Platonic View. Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People.

In his role of apostle of the English and promoter of Augustine's mission, Gregory the Great became the subject of what is one of the earliest pieces of literature surviving from the Anglo-Saxon period: a Life written by an unknown author at Whitby around 680-704. The Life of Gregory seems to be the earliest of the Saints' lives of this period and it is in many ways the most remarkable.

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Colgrave, Bertram (1985), The Earliest Life of Gregory the Great, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-31384-1. Colgrave, Bertram; Mynors, R. A. B. (1992), Bede's ecclesiastical history of the English people, Oxford medieval texts (reprint e., Oxford University Press. Holmes, Malone & Whiting 1969. Obituary, The Lady Clare Magazine, Clare College.

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In his role of apostle of the English and promoter of Augustine's mission, Gregory the Great became the subject of what is one of the earliest pieces of literature surviving from the Anglo-Saxon period: a Life written by an unknown author at Whitby around 680-704. Although crude in its latinity and idiosyncratic in its presentation, this work is a fascinating source of early traditions about the conversion of the English - including the famous story of Gregory's encounter with the Anglian slave boys - and an important witness to the veneration felt for the saint himself. It casts valuable light on English history in the seventh century, particularly on the career of Edwin of Northumbria, and is the source of two of the most famous legends of the Middle Ages, the Mass of St Gregory and the story of Trajan's rescue from hell. The Life of Gregory seems to be the earliest of the Saints' lives of this period and it is in many ways the most remarkable.