Nothhelm 2 (Male) Archbishop of Canterbury, 735-739
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Factoid List

Recorded Name (16)
Nothelm (5)
 Annals.ContBedae  572.735
 Annals.ContBedae  572.739
 S27   
 S1429   
 ASC  736 F(OE)
Nothelmus (8)
 Bede.EpAlbinum  4
 Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.Incip.
 Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.1
 Bede.HE  Preface
 Annals.ContBedae  572.740
 ASC  736 F(Lat.)
 Boniface.Ep.T33  p. 56
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.x
No­elm (1)
 ASC  736 G
No­helm (1)
 ASC  <736> B, 736 D
No■helm (1)
 ASC  736 ACE
Personal Information (2)
piety (1)
 Bede.HE  Preface (godly)
reputation (1)
 Bede.EpAlbinum  4 (venerable)
Office (17)
Archbishop (14)
 Annals.ContBedae  572.735
 Annals.ContBedae  572.739
 S27   
 S1429   
 ASC  736 ACDEF(Lat.)G, <736> B
 Boniface.Ep.T33  p. 56
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.x (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
 Anon.EpisList1    (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
 Anon.EpisList2    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 Anon.EpisList3    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 Anon.EpisList4    (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
 Anon.EpisList5    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3
 NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  34
Priest (3)
 Bede.EpAlbinum  4
 Bede.HE  Preface
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3
Occupation (1)
Brother (1)
 Bede.EpAlbinum  4
Personal Relationship (5)
Nothhelm 2 Brother (Honorific kinship) of ~ (3)
 of Bede 1: Bede.EpAlbinum  4
 of Bede 1: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.1
 of Bede 1: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.8-9
Nothhelm 2 Lord (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Boniface 5: Boniface.Ep.T33  p. 56
~ Successor (General relationship) of Nothhelm 2 (1)
 Cuthbert 7: of Nothhelm 2: Annals.ContBedae  572.740
Possession (1)
 What the manuscript of Nothhelm 2 contained, [viz.] 'seventy-two', was wholly corrupt.: Bede.QuaestRg  iii.7-8
Event (26)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of archbishop (5)
 Cuthbert 7.consecration: Cuthbert 7 was consecrated in place of Nothhelm 2.: Annals.ContBedae  572.740 (740)
 Nothhelm 2.consecration: In 735 archbishop Nothhelm 2 was consecrated. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  34 (735)
 Nothhelm 2.consecration as archbishop: Nothhelm 2 was consecrated as archbishop.: Annals.ContBedae  572.735 (735)
 Nothhelm 2.succeession by Cuthbert 7: Nothhelm 2 died after five years, to be replaced by Cuthbert 7, bishop of the Mercians at Hereford.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.4
 Tatwine 2.succession by Nothhelm 2: After three years as archbishop, Tatwine 2 died in the same year as Bede 1, and was succeeded by Nothhelm 2, thought to be the priest of the church of London whom Bede 1 mentions in the prologue to his History of the English as having been of great assistance to him in putting together his account, for he brought from the archives at Rome letters vital for his researches.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (1)
 Nothhelm 2.consecration of Cuthbert 6, Herewald 3, and Ăthelfrith 9: In 736 Nothhelm 2, having received the pallium, consecrated three bishops, namely Cuthbert 6, Herewald 3, and Ăthelfrith 9. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  34 (736)
Assistance (1)
 Tatwine 2.succession by Nothhelm 2: After three years as archbishop, Tatwine 2 died in the same year as Bede 1, and was succeeded by Nothhelm 2, thought to be the priest of the church of London whom Bede 1 mentions in the prologue to his History of the English as having been of great assistance to him in putting together his account, for he brought from the archives at Rome letters vital for his researches.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3
Book circulating/making/reading/translating/writing (6)
 Bede 1.composition of Ecclesiastical History: Bede 1 tells from what sources he gained his information.: Bede.HE  Preface
 Bede 1.composition of explanations of names and phrases for Nothhelm 2: Bede 1 was sending on other sheets collected separately to Nothhelm 2 names and phrases that could be explained more easily and succinctly.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.6-9
 Bede 1.composition of his XXX quaestiones sent to Nothhelm 2: Bede 1 sent a volume treating of thirty propositions.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.2-6
 Bede 1.request for intercessions because of his XXX quaestiones: Bede 1 asked for prayers because of composing his XXX quaestiones.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.22-7
 Nothhelm 2.bringing letters to England: Nothhelm 2 brought to Bede 1 the letters he found in Rome: Bede.HE  Preface
 Tatwine 2.succession by Nothhelm 2: After three years as archbishop, Tatwine 2 died in the same year as Bede 1, and was succeeded by Nothhelm 2, thought to be the priest of the church of London whom Bede 1 mentions in the prologue to his History of the English as having been of great assistance to him in putting together his account, for he brought from the archives at Rome letters vital for his researches.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3
Charter-witnessing (3)
 S1429 - dispute concerning Withington: Decree of a synod under Archbishop Nothhelm 2 concerning the succession of a monastery (at Withington, Gloucs.) built on 20 hides (cassati) by the river Tillath (Coln). Dunne 1, nun, had given the land to Hrothwaru 1, her grand-daughter. Because Hrothwaru 1 was too young, the charter was given to her mother, Anonymous 437, who later claimed that it was lost. The matter was then debated by a sacerdotal council which decreed that the monastery should return to Hrothwaru 1 and then revert to Worcester 1 as Dunne 1 had intended.: S1429    (736 x 737)
 S1429 - synodal decree: Decree of a synod under Archbishop Nothhelm 2 concerning the succession of a monastery (at Withington, Gloucs.) built on 20 hides (cassati) by the river Tillath (Coln) given for the purpose by Ăthelred 2, king of Mercia: S1429    (736 x 737)
 S27 - confirming Eadberht granting land to Ealdwulf 5 and Rochester, St Andrew's: Bishop Ealdwulf 5 presents a charter of Eadberht 7 I (S27) to King Ăthelberht 5 II and Archbishop Nothhelm 2 for confirmation: S27    (738)
Correspondence (4)
 Albinus 2.gifts to Bede 1 sent through the agency of Nothhelm 2: Albinus 2 had sent gifts and letters to Bede 1 through the agency of Nothhelm 2.: Bede.EpAlbinum  3-8
 Albinus 2.letters to Bede 1: Albinus 2 had sent letters to Bede 1.: Bede.EpAlbinum  3-8
 Bede 1.request to Nothhelm 2 for him to send any better explanation of what he had expounded: Bede 1 asked Nothhelm 2 not to hesitate to send him any better explanation for what he had expounded.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.27-9
 Boniface 5.letter to Nothhelm 2: Boniface 5 asked Nothhelm 2 to forward a copy of the questions sent to Gregory 1 by Augustine 1 and the Pope's answers.: Boniface.Ep.T33  pp. 56-8
Council-meeting, ecclesiastical (1)
 S1429 - dispute concerning Withington: Decree of a synod under Archbishop Nothhelm 2 concerning the succession of a monastery (at Withington, Gloucs.) built on 20 hides (cassati) by the river Tillath (Coln). Dunne 1, nun, had given the land to Hrothwaru 1, her grand-daughter. Because Hrothwaru 1 was too young, the charter was given to her mother, Anonymous 437, who later claimed that it was lost. The matter was then debated by a sacerdotal council which decreed that the monastery should return to Hrothwaru 1 and then revert to Worcester 1 as Dunne 1 had intended.: S1429    (736 x 737)
Death/dying (3)
 Nothhelm 2.death: In 739 Archbishop Nothhelm 2 died in peace, four years after receiving the bishopric.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  35 (739)
 Nothhelm 2.succeession by Cuthbert 7: Nothhelm 2 died after five years, to be replaced by Cuthbert 7, bishop of the Mercians at Hereford.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.4
 Tatwine 2.succession by Nothhelm 2: After three years as archbishop, Tatwine 2 died in the same year as Bede 1, and was succeeded by Nothhelm 2, thought to be the priest of the church of London whom Bede 1 mentions in the prologue to his History of the English as having been of great assistance to him in putting together his account, for he brought from the archives at Rome letters vital for his researches.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3
Disputing/dispute-settling (1)
 S1429 - dispute concerning Withington: Decree of a synod under Archbishop Nothhelm 2 concerning the succession of a monastery (at Withington, Gloucs.) built on 20 hides (cassati) by the river Tillath (Coln). Dunne 1, nun, had given the land to Hrothwaru 1, her grand-daughter. Because Hrothwaru 1 was too young, the charter was given to her mother, Anonymous 437, who later claimed that it was lost. The matter was then debated by a sacerdotal council which decreed that the monastery should return to Hrothwaru 1 and then revert to Worcester 1 as Dunne 1 had intended.: S1429    (736 x 737)
Education/teaching (1)
 Nothhelm 2.journey to Rome: Nothhelm 2 went to Rome to search through the archives of the holy Roman church.: Bede.HE  Preface
Enquiry (2)
 Boniface 5.letter to Nothhelm 2: Boniface 5 asked Nothhelm 2 to forward a copy of the questions sent to Gregory 1 by Augustine 1 and the Pope's answers.: Boniface.Ep.T33  pp. 56-8
 Nothhelm 2.request for clarification about the Book of Kings: Nothhelm 2 had requested for elucidation about the Book of Kings.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.1-3, 18-22
Grant and Gift (2)
 Albinus 2.gifts to Bede 1 sent through the agency of Nothhelm 2: Albinus 2 had sent gifts and letters to Bede 1 through the agency of Nothhelm 2.: Bede.EpAlbinum  3-8
 Ăthelberht 5-Nothhelm 2.confirming land of Ealdwulf 4 and Rochester 1 S27: King Ăthelberht 5 II and Archbishop Nothhelm 2; confirming grant of Eadberht 7 I, king of Kent, to Ealdwulf 5, bishop, and the see of St Andrew of 10 sulungs (aratra) at Stoke in Hoo, Kent: S27    (738 x 739)
Journey (2)
 Nothhelm 2.bringing letters to England: Nothhelm 2 brought to Bede 1 the letters he found in Rome: Bede.HE  Preface
 Nothhelm 2.journey to Rome: Nothhelm 2 went to Rome to search through the archives of the holy Roman church.: Bede.HE  Preface
Pallium-despatch/receipt/request (3)
 Nothhelm 2.consecration of Cuthbert 6, Herewald 3, and Ăthelfrith 9: In 736 Nothhelm 2, having received the pallium, consecrated three bishops, namely Cuthbert 6, Herewald 3, and Ăthelfrith 9. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  34 (736)
 Nothhelm 2.receipt of pallium: Nothhelm 2 received the pallium from the Roman bishop (Gregory 3).: ASC  736 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <734> B (736)
 Nothhelm 2.receiving the pallium: : Annals.ContBedae  572.735
Papal advice/audience/decision/privilege (1)
 Boniface 5.letter to Nothhelm 2: Boniface 5 asked Nothhelm 2 to forward a copy of the questions sent to Gregory 1 by Augustine 1 and the Pope's answers.: Boniface.Ep.T33  pp. 56-8
Request (2)
 Bede 1.request for intercessions because of his XXX quaestiones: Bede 1 asked for prayers because of composing his XXX quaestiones.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.22-7
 Bede 1.request to Nothhelm 2 for him to send any better explanation of what he had expounded: Bede 1 asked Nothhelm 2 not to hesitate to send him any better explanation for what he had expounded.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.27-9
Restoration of land/property (1)
 S1429 - dispute concerning Withington: Decree of a synod under Archbishop Nothhelm 2 concerning the succession of a monastery (at Withington, Gloucs.) built on 20 hides (cassati) by the river Tillath (Coln). Dunne 1, nun, had given the land to Hrothwaru 1, her grand-daughter. Because Hrothwaru 1 was too young, the charter was given to her mother, Anonymous 437, who later claimed that it was lost. The matter was then debated by a sacerdotal council which decreed that the monastery should return to Hrothwaru 1 and then revert to Worcester 1 as Dunne 1 had intended.: S1429    (736 x 737)
Factoids linked indirectly to Nothhelm 2 (4)
Authorship (2)
Bede 1:  Author of Thirty Questions on the Book of Kings (Letter): Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.Incip.
Boniface 5:  Author of a letter to Nothhelm 2 (Letter): Boniface.Ep.T33  pp. 56-8
Occupation (1)
Brother of Nothhelm 2 (1)
 Anonymi 432: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.25-6
Event (1)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of archbishop (5)
 Cuthbert 7.consecration: Cuthbert 7 was consecrated in place of Nothhelm 2.: Annals.ContBedae  572.740 (740)
 Nothhelm 2.consecration: In 735 archbishop Nothhelm 2 was consecrated. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  34 (735)
 Nothhelm 2.consecration as archbishop: Nothhelm 2 was consecrated as archbishop.: Annals.ContBedae  572.735 (735)
 Nothhelm 2.succeession by Cuthbert 7: Nothhelm 2 died after five years, to be replaced by Cuthbert 7, bishop of the Mercians at Hereford.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.4
 Tatwine 2.succession by Nothhelm 2: After three years as archbishop, Tatwine 2 died in the same year as Bede 1, and was succeeded by Nothhelm 2, thought to be the priest of the church of London whom Bede 1 mentions in the prologue to his History of the English as having been of great assistance to him in putting together his account, for he brought from the archives at Rome letters vital for his researches.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (1)
 Nothhelm 2.consecration of Cuthbert 6, Herewald 3, and Ăthelfrith 9: In 736 Nothhelm 2, having received the pallium, consecrated three bishops, namely Cuthbert 6, Herewald 3, and Ăthelfrith 9. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  34 (736)
Assistance (1)
 Tatwine 2.succession by Nothhelm 2: After three years as archbishop, Tatwine 2 died in the same year as Bede 1, and was succeeded by Nothhelm 2, thought to be the priest of the church of London whom Bede 1 mentions in the prologue to his History of the English as having been of great assistance to him in putting together his account, for he brought from the archives at Rome letters vital for his researches.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3
Book circulating/making/reading/translating/writing (6)
 Bede 1.composition of Ecclesiastical History: Bede 1 tells from what sources he gained his information.: Bede.HE  Preface
 Bede 1.composition of explanations of names and phrases for Nothhelm 2: Bede 1 was sending on other sheets collected separately to Nothhelm 2 names and phrases that could be explained more easily and succinctly.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.6-9
 Bede 1.composition of his XXX quaestiones sent to Nothhelm 2: Bede 1 sent a volume treating of thirty propositions.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.2-6
 Bede 1.request for intercessions because of his XXX quaestiones: Bede 1 asked for prayers because of composing his XXX quaestiones.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.22-7
 Nothhelm 2.bringing letters to England: Nothhelm 2 brought to Bede 1 the letters he found in Rome: Bede.HE  Preface
 Tatwine 2.succession by Nothhelm 2: After three years as archbishop, Tatwine 2 died in the same year as Bede 1, and was succeeded by Nothhelm 2, thought to be the priest of the church of London whom Bede 1 mentions in the prologue to his History of the English as having been of great assistance to him in putting together his account, for he brought from the archives at Rome letters vital for his researches.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3
Charter-witnessing (3)
 S1429 - dispute concerning Withington: Decree of a synod under Archbishop Nothhelm 2 concerning the succession of a monastery (at Withington, Gloucs.) built on 20 hides (cassati) by the river Tillath (Coln). Dunne 1, nun, had given the land to Hrothwaru 1, her grand-daughter. Because Hrothwaru 1 was too young, the charter was given to her mother, Anonymous 437, who later claimed that it was lost. The matter was then debated by a sacerdotal council which decreed that the monastery should return to Hrothwaru 1 and then revert to Worcester 1 as Dunne 1 had intended.: S1429    (736 x 737)
 S1429 - synodal decree: Decree of a synod under Archbishop Nothhelm 2 concerning the succession of a monastery (at Withington, Gloucs.) built on 20 hides (cassati) by the river Tillath (Coln) given for the purpose by Ăthelred 2, king of Mercia: S1429    (736 x 737)
 S27 - confirming Eadberht granting land to Ealdwulf 5 and Rochester, St Andrew's: Bishop Ealdwulf 5 presents a charter of Eadberht 7 I (S27) to King Ăthelberht 5 II and Archbishop Nothhelm 2 for confirmation: S27    (738)
Correspondence (4)
 Albinus 2.gifts to Bede 1 sent through the agency of Nothhelm 2: Albinus 2 had sent gifts and letters to Bede 1 through the agency of Nothhelm 2.: Bede.EpAlbinum  3-8
 Albinus 2.letters to Bede 1: Albinus 2 had sent letters to Bede 1.: Bede.EpAlbinum  3-8
 Bede 1.request to Nothhelm 2 for him to send any better explanation of what he had expounded: Bede 1 asked Nothhelm 2 not to hesitate to send him any better explanation for what he had expounded.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.27-9
 Boniface 5.letter to Nothhelm 2: Boniface 5 asked Nothhelm 2 to forward a copy of the questions sent to Gregory 1 by Augustine 1 and the Pope's answers.: Boniface.Ep.T33  pp. 56-8
Council-meeting, ecclesiastical (1)
 S1429 - dispute concerning Withington: Decree of a synod under Archbishop Nothhelm 2 concerning the succession of a monastery (at Withington, Gloucs.) built on 20 hides (cassati) by the river Tillath (Coln). Dunne 1, nun, had given the land to Hrothwaru 1, her grand-daughter. Because Hrothwaru 1 was too young, the charter was given to her mother, Anonymous 437, who later claimed that it was lost. The matter was then debated by a sacerdotal council which decreed that the monastery should return to Hrothwaru 1 and then revert to Worcester 1 as Dunne 1 had intended.: S1429    (736 x 737)
Death/dying (3)
 Nothhelm 2.death: In 739 Archbishop Nothhelm 2 died in peace, four years after receiving the bishopric.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  35 (739)
 Nothhelm 2.succeession by Cuthbert 7: Nothhelm 2 died after five years, to be replaced by Cuthbert 7, bishop of the Mercians at Hereford.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.4
 Tatwine 2.succession by Nothhelm 2: After three years as archbishop, Tatwine 2 died in the same year as Bede 1, and was succeeded by Nothhelm 2, thought to be the priest of the church of London whom Bede 1 mentions in the prologue to his History of the English as having been of great assistance to him in putting together his account, for he brought from the archives at Rome letters vital for his researches.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3
Disputing/dispute-settling (1)
 S1429 - dispute concerning Withington: Decree of a synod under Archbishop Nothhelm 2 concerning the succession of a monastery (at Withington, Gloucs.) built on 20 hides (cassati) by the river Tillath (Coln). Dunne 1, nun, had given the land to Hrothwaru 1, her grand-daughter. Because Hrothwaru 1 was too young, the charter was given to her mother, Anonymous 437, who later claimed that it was lost. The matter was then debated by a sacerdotal council which decreed that the monastery should return to Hrothwaru 1 and then revert to Worcester 1 as Dunne 1 had intended.: S1429    (736 x 737)
Education/teaching (1)
 Nothhelm 2.journey to Rome: Nothhelm 2 went to Rome to search through the archives of the holy Roman church.: Bede.HE  Preface
Enquiry (2)
 Boniface 5.letter to Nothhelm 2: Boniface 5 asked Nothhelm 2 to forward a copy of the questions sent to Gregory 1 by Augustine 1 and the Pope's answers.: Boniface.Ep.T33  pp. 56-8
 Nothhelm 2.request for clarification about the Book of Kings: Nothhelm 2 had requested for elucidation about the Book of Kings.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.1-3, 18-22
Grant and Gift (2)
 Albinus 2.gifts to Bede 1 sent through the agency of Nothhelm 2: Albinus 2 had sent gifts and letters to Bede 1 through the agency of Nothhelm 2.: Bede.EpAlbinum  3-8
 Ăthelberht 5-Nothhelm 2.confirming land of Ealdwulf 4 and Rochester 1 S27: King Ăthelberht 5 II and Archbishop Nothhelm 2; confirming grant of Eadberht 7 I, king of Kent, to Ealdwulf 5, bishop, and the see of St Andrew of 10 sulungs (aratra) at Stoke in Hoo, Kent: S27    (738 x 739)
Journey (2)
 Nothhelm 2.bringing letters to England: Nothhelm 2 brought to Bede 1 the letters he found in Rome: Bede.HE  Preface
 Nothhelm 2.journey to Rome: Nothhelm 2 went to Rome to search through the archives of the holy Roman church.: Bede.HE  Preface
Pallium-despatch/receipt/request (3)
 Nothhelm 2.consecration of Cuthbert 6, Herewald 3, and Ăthelfrith 9: In 736 Nothhelm 2, having received the pallium, consecrated three bishops, namely Cuthbert 6, Herewald 3, and Ăthelfrith 9. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  34 (736)
 Nothhelm 2.receipt of pallium: Nothhelm 2 received the pallium from the Roman bishop (Gregory 3).: ASC  736 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <734> B (736)
 Nothhelm 2.receiving the pallium: : Annals.ContBedae  572.735
Papal advice/audience/decision/privilege (1)
 Boniface 5.letter to Nothhelm 2: Boniface 5 asked Nothhelm 2 to forward a copy of the questions sent to Gregory 1 by Augustine 1 and the Pope's answers.: Boniface.Ep.T33  pp. 56-8
Request (2)
 Bede 1.request for intercessions because of his XXX quaestiones: Bede 1 asked for prayers because of composing his XXX quaestiones.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.22-7
 Bede 1.request to Nothhelm 2 for him to send any better explanation of what he had expounded: Bede 1 asked Nothhelm 2 not to hesitate to send him any better explanation for what he had expounded.: Bede.QuaestRg  Praef.27-9
Restoration of land/property (1)
 S1429 - dispute concerning Withington: Decree of a synod under Archbishop Nothhelm 2 concerning the succession of a monastery (at Withington, Gloucs.) built on 20 hides (cassati) by the river Tillath (Coln). Dunne 1, nun, had given the land to Hrothwaru 1, her grand-daughter. Because Hrothwaru 1 was too young, the charter was given to her mother, Anonymous 437, who later claimed that it was lost. The matter was then debated by a sacerdotal council which decreed that the monastery should return to Hrothwaru 1 and then revert to Worcester 1 as Dunne 1 had intended.: S1429    (736 x 737)