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CHAPTER ICHAPTER IICHAPTER IIICHAPTER IVCHAPTER VCHAPTER VICHAPTER VIICHAPTER VIIICHAPTER IXCHAPTER XCHAPTER XICHAPTER XIICHAPTER XIIICHAPTER XIVCHAPTER XVCHAPTER XVICHAPTER XVIICHAPTER ICHAPTER IICHAPTER IIICHAPTER IVCHAPTER VCHAPTER VICHAPTER VIICHAPTER VIIIChaptersCHAPTER IXCHAPTER XCHAPTER XICHAPTER XII
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Church and the Barbarians, by William HoldenHutton
Project Gutenberg's The Church and the Barbarians, by William Holden Hutton This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online atwww.gutenberg.orgTitle: The Church and the Barbarians Being an Outline of the History of the Church from A.D. 461 to A.D.1003Author: William Holden HuttonRelease Date: August 21, 2007 [EBook #22366]Language: EnglishCharacter set encoding: ISO-8859-1*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE CHURCH AND THE BARBARIANS ***Produced by Al HainesTHE CHURCH AND THE BARBARIANSBEING AN OUTLINE OF THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH FROM A.D. 461 TO A.D. 1003BY THE REV.WILLIAM HOLDEN HUTTON, B.D.FELLOW AND TUTOR OF S. JOHN BAPTIST COLLEGE, OXFORDEXAMINING CHAPLAIN TO THE BISHOP OF ROCHESTERRIVINGTONS34 KING STREET, COVENT GARDENLONDON1906
Church and the Barbarians, by William Holden Hutton2
 
[Transcriber's note: Page numbers in this book are indicated by numbers enclosed in curly braces, e.g. {99}.They have been located where page breaks occurred in the original book, in accordance with ProjectGutenberg's FAQ-V-99. For the book's Index, a page number has been placed only at the start of that section.][Transcriber's note: Footnotes have been renumbered sequentially and moved to the end of their respectivechapters. The book's Index has a number of references to footnotes, e.g. the "96 n." entry under "Assyrians."In such cases, check the referenced page to see which footnote(s) are relevant.][Transcriber's note: The original book had side-notes in its pages' left or right margin areas. Some of thesesidenotes were at or near the beginning of a paragraph, and in this e-text, are placed to precede their hostparagraph. Some were placed elsewhere alongside a paragraph, in relation to what the sidenote referred toinside the paragraph. These have been placed into the paragraph near where they were in the original book.All sidenotes have been enclosed in square brackets, and preceded with "Sidenote:".]EDITORIAL NOTEWhile there is a general agreement among the writers as to principles, the greatest freedom as to treatment isallowed to writers in this series. The volumes, for example, will not be of the same length. Volume II., whichdeals with the formative period of the Church, is, not unnaturally, longer in proportion than the others. ToVolume VI., which deals with the Reformation, will be allotted a similar extension. The authors, again, usetheir own discretion in such matters as footnotes and lists of authorities. But the aim of the series, which eachwriter sets before him, is to tell, clearly and accurately, the story of the Church, as a divine institution with acontinuous life.W. H. HUTTONPREFACEIt has seemed to me impossible to deal with the long period covered by this volume as briefly as the schemeof the series required without leaving out a great many events and concentrating attention chiefly upon a fewcentral facts and a few important personages. I think that the main results of the development may thus beseen, though there is much which is here omitted that would have been included had the book been written onother lines.Some pages find place here which originally appeared in
The Guardian
and
The Treasury
, and a few lineswhich once formed part of an article in
The Church Quarterly Review
. My thanks are due for the courtesy of the Editors. I have reprinted some passages from my
Church of the Sixth Century
, a book which is now out of print and not likely to be reissued.I have to thank the Rev. L. Pullan for help from his wide knowledge, and Mr. L. Strachan, of Heidelberg, of whose accuracy and learning I have had long experience, for reading the proofs and making the index.W. H. H.S. JOHN'S COLLEGE, OXFORD,
Septuagesima
, 1906.CONTENTS
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