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Runes on the Cross

Paperback|Jan 2001
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The story of the Anglo-Saxon Church, from the first heathen mercenaries with the Roman Army, to the Norman Conquest, with its suppression of the cult of the English saints. The author tells authentic stories, bringing alive some of the main...


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The story of the Anglo-Saxon Church, from the first heathen mercenaries with the Roman Army, to the Norman Conquest, with its suppression of the cult of the English saints. The author tells authentic stories, bringing alive some of the main characters of the period to illustrate the many-coloured strands which weave the pattern of Anglo-Saxon spirituality. The book draws on both source material and contemporary scholarship.
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Fay Sampson skillfully weaves together legend and history to tell the story of the Anglo-Saxon church, from the first pagan mercenaries in the Roman Army to the Norman Conquest. The book provides a dramatic history of the development of Anglo-Saxon spirituality and an understanding of the unique nature of English Christianity.
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Fay Sampson traces Anglo-Saxon heritage from mercenaries serving in the Roman army to the last obstinate English bishop under William the Conqueror.
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Fay Sampson

Fay Sampson is a widely published author with a particular interest in fantasy and Celtic history. She has been shortlisted for the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize on three occasions and is a winner of the Barco de Vapor award. Some of her publications include Visions and Voyagers, The Sorcerer's daughter, The Sorcerer's Trap, and Finglass of the Horses.

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