Cuthbert 1 (Male) Saint; bishop of Hexham, 684-685, and Lindisfarne, 685-687
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Abbo.PassioEadmundi: The Passio of St. Edmund (6)
Recorded Name (1)
Cuthberhtus (1)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface
Personal Information (3)
saintly status (3)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (Saint of the Lord)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (his body remained incorrupt and suffused with a caressing gentle warmth)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (incomparable confessor)
Office (1)
Bishop (1)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface
Event (1)
Life - orally recounted (1)
 Dunstan 1.recounting of the Passio of St Edmund: Dunstan 1 related the story of the Passio in the presence of Abbo 1, Ælfstan 39, Æthelweard 30 and Anonymi 1729.: Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (985 x 987)
Alcuin.Carm.9: Poem on the disaster at the mo... (9)
Recorded Name (1)
Cudberhtus (1)
 Alcuin.Carm.9  171-2
Personal Information (3)
piety (2)
 Alcuin.Carm.9  171 (pastor)
 Alcuin.Carm.9  172 (an ornament of your church)
reputation (1)
 Alcuin.Carm.9  177-8 (all Britain celebrates him [sc. Cuthbert 1] with frequent praise)
Office (3)
Bishop (2)
 Alcuin.Carm.9  166
 Alcuin.Carm.9  171-2
Priest (1)
 Alcuin.Carm.9  171
Personal Relationship (1)
Cuthbert 1 Father (Honorific kinship) of ~ (1)
 of Anonymi 1204: Alcuin.Carm.9  171
Event (1)
Life - orally recounted (1)
 Cuthbert 1.accomplishments through prayer: What great things he [sc. Cuthbert 1] accomplished through his prayers is not necessary for [Alcuin 1] to tell of in his verses.: Alcuin.Carm.9  173-4
Poem-reciting/sending (1)
 Cuthbert 1.accomplishments through prayer: What great things he [sc. Cuthbert 1] accomplished through his prayers is not necessary for [Alcuin 1] to tell of in his verses.: Alcuin.Carm.9  173-4
Praying (1)
 Cuthbert 1.accomplishments through prayer: What great things he [sc. Cuthbert 1] accomplished through his prayers is not necessary for [Alcuin 1] to tell of in his verses.: Alcuin.Carm.9  173-4
Alcuin.Ep: [Epistolae] (27)
Recorded Name (6)
Cuðberchtus (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  22
Cuðberhtus (5)
 Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 line 37)
 Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 52 line 26)
 Alcuin.Ep  19 (p. 54 line 33)
 Alcuin.Ep  20
 Alcuin.Ep  21
Personal Information (5)
saintly status (5)
 Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 line 37) (Church of Saint Cuthbert 1)
 Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 52 line 26) (Church of Saint Cuthbert 1)
 Alcuin.Ep  19 (p. 54 line 33) (Church of Saint Cuthbert 1)
 Alcuin.Ep  20 (Most blessed ... holy ...)
 Alcuin.Ep  22 (our father, the holy Cuthbert 1)
Office (1)
Bishop (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  20
Status (3)
Dominus (3)
 Alcuin.Ep  21
 Alcuin.Ep  21
 Alcuin.Ep  21
Personal Relationship (10)
Cuthbert 1 Father (Honorific kinship) of ~ (10)
 of Hygebald 3: Alcuin.Ep  20
 of Anonymi 1871: Alcuin.Ep  20
 of Anonymi 1871: Alcuin.Ep  21
 of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  21
 of Hygebald 3: Alcuin.Ep  21
 of Anonymi 1871: Alcuin.Ep  21
 of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  21
 of Cuthrad 1: Alcuin.Ep  22
 of Anonymi 1871: Alcuin.Ep  22
 of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  22
Event (2)
Advice/counsel (1)
 Alcuin 1.letter to Cuthrad 1 expressing pleasure at his surviving pagan attack: Alcuin 1 observed that Cuthrad 1 had been spared when he fell into the hands of the pagans (Anonymi 1862), and gave him advice.: Alcuin.Ep  22
Correspondence (2)
 Alcuin 1.letter of commiseration to Hygebald 3 and monks of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 1871): Alcuin 1 commiserated with Hygebald 3 and the monks of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 1871).: Alcuin.Ep  20
 Alcuin 1.letter to Cuthrad 1 expressing pleasure at his surviving pagan attack: Alcuin 1 observed that Cuthrad 1 had been spared when he fell into the hands of the pagans (Anonymi 1862), and gave him advice.: Alcuin.Ep  22
Alcuin.VersEubor: The Bishops, Kings and Saints ... (45)
Recorded Name (1)
Cuthberctus (1)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  647
Personal Information (5)
saintly status (4)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  646 (a holy man, living the life of an angel while in the flesh, who was outstanding by evident signs from when he was a boy; he forthwith grew in honourable practices and merits.)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  723 (pious)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  732 (holy limbs)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  735 (prophet)
stated health (1)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  727 (he was sick)
Office (1)
Priest (1)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  651
Occupation (2)
Monk (1)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  650
Teacher (1)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  651
Personal Relationship (1)
~ Companion (General relationship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Anonymous 341: of Cuthbert 1: Alcuin.VersEubor  701
Event (34)
Animal-tending (1)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Aidan 1’s soul: Cuthbert 1 saw the soul of Aidan 1 born above the stars when he was attending to the feeding of sheep.: Alcuin.VersEubor  692-3
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (1)
 Cuthbert 1.accession to episcopacy at urging of Anonymi 1088 and Ecgfrith 4: Cuthbert 1 became a bishop at the urging of Anonymi 1088 and [Ecgfrith 4].: Alcuin.VersEubor  666-73
Blessing (1)
 Cuthbert 1.cure of sick man (Anonymous 347) by bread blessed by him and mixed with water: Bread blessed and offered up by Cuthbert 1 cured a sick man (Anonymous 347) when it was mixed with water.: Alcuin.VersEubor  719-20
Burial (1)
 Cuthbert 1.burial: Cuthbert 1 was buried. Miracles took place at the place where he was buried.: Alcuin.VersEubor  678-84
Burning (1)
 Cuthbert 1.turning away of fire from buildings through his prayers: Cuthbert 1 turned fire aside from buildings by his prayers, which young men (Anonymi 1090) were unable to do.: Alcuin.VersEubor  702-3
Death/dying (2)
 Cuthbert 1.death: Cuthbert 1 died in his solitary cell; the island was made sacred by his death.: Alcuin.VersEubor  676-80
 Cuthbert 1.vision of angels bearing soul of man (Anonymous 351) to heaven: Cuthbert 1 had a vision of angels bearing the soul of a shepherd (Anonymous 351) who had fallen out of a tree.: Alcuin.VersEubor  725-6
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (2)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Aidan 1’s soul: Cuthbert 1 saw the soul of Aidan 1 born above the stars when he was attending to the feeding of sheep.: Alcuin.VersEubor  692-3
 Cuthbert 1.vision of angels bearing soul of man (Anonymous 351) to heaven: Cuthbert 1 had a vision of angels bearing the soul of a shepherd (Anonymous 351) who had fallen out of a tree.: Alcuin.VersEubor  725-6
Eating (2)
 Cuthbert 1.cure of sick man (Anonymous 347) by bread blessed by him and mixed with water: Bread blessed and offered up by Cuthbert 1 cured a sick man (Anonymous 347) when it was mixed with water.: Alcuin.VersEubor  719-20
 Cuthbert 1.feeding of angel gaining thereby heavenly food: Cuthbert 1 fed an angel bread and gained heavenly food thereby.: Alcuin.VersEubor  694-5
Education/teaching (1)
 Cuthbert 1.strengthening of his followers (Anonymi 1106) in virtue: Cuthbert 1 strengthened his followers (Anonymi 1106) in virtue.: Alcuin.VersEubor  654-5
Exorcism (1)
 Cuthbert 1.expulsion of demons from Farne: Cuthbert 1 expelled demons from Farne, making a residence for himself nearby.: Alcuin.VersEubor  706-7
Healing (13)
 Cuthbert 1.cure of a married woman: Cuthbert 1 healed a wife (Anonymous 342) possessed of a demon before he entered the house at the invitation of the husband (Anonymous 39).: Alcuin.VersEubor  704-5
 Cuthbert 1.cure of demoniac (Anonymous 353): A person possessed of an evil spirit (Anonymous 353) was healed by earth on which had been poured water that had washed the limbs of Cuthbert 1.: Alcuin.VersEubor  731-2
 Cuthbert 1.cure of man with eye complaint (Anonymous 355) who touched his robes: A man (Anonymous 355) who touched the robes of the prophet [sc. Cuthbert 1] was healed of his eye complaint.: Alcuin.VersEubor  735-6
 Cuthbert 1.cure of paralysed man (Anonymous 30) who wore his sandals: A man (Anonymous 30) put on the sandals of Cuthbert 1 and went away with a healed body.: Alcuin.VersEubor  737-8
 Cuthbert 1.cure of sick (Anonymi 1108) through covering beneath which he had died: The sick (Anonymi 1108) were healed by the covering under which Cuthbert 1 died.: Alcuin.VersEubor  739-40
 Cuthbert 1.cure of sick man (Anonymous 347) by bread blessed by him and mixed with water: Bread blessed and offered up by Cuthbert 1 cured a sick man (Anonymous 347) when it was mixed with water.: Alcuin.VersEubor  719-20
 Cuthbert 1.cure of sick man (Anonymous 354) at his tomb: A man (Anonymous 354) was healed from his illness by praying at the tomb of Cuthbert 1.: Alcuin.VersEubor  733-4
 Cuthbert 1.cure of young man (Anonymous 348) through prayer: While on a journey Cuthbert 1 found a young man about to die (Anonymous 348) whom he returned to health by prayer.: Alcuin.VersEubor  721-2
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 39: Cuthbert 1 healed the wife (Anonymous 39) of a comes (Hemma 1), driving away the plague by sprinkling holy water on her.: Alcuin.VersEubor  715-16
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 40: Cuthbert 1 cured with holy oil a pain in the side and in the head of a girl (Anonymous 40).: Alcuin.VersEubor  717-18
 Cuthbert 1.healing of [Wealhstod 1]: While Cuthbert 1 himself was ill he cured a man (Wealhstod 1) of diarrhoea.: Alcuin.VersEubor  727-8
 Cuthbert 1.healing of brother (Anonymous 340) who saw him being warmed: Cuthbert 1 saved from illness and sin a brother (Anonymous 340) who saw him being warmed by animals.: Alcuin.VersEubor  697
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: Cuthbert 1 cured himself when a swelling turned to fever by following an angel's command.: Alcuin.VersEubor  688-9
Illness/demonic seizure/madness (8)
 Cuthbert 1.cure of a married woman: Cuthbert 1 healed a wife (Anonymous 342) possessed of a demon before he entered the house at the invitation of the husband (Anonymous 39).: Alcuin.VersEubor  704-5
 Cuthbert 1.cure of demoniac (Anonymous 353): A person possessed of an evil spirit (Anonymous 353) was healed by earth on which had been poured water that had washed the limbs of Cuthbert 1.: Alcuin.VersEubor  731-2
 Cuthbert 1.cure of man with eye complaint (Anonymous 355) who touched his robes: A man (Anonymous 355) who touched the robes of the prophet [sc. Cuthbert 1] was healed of his eye complaint.: Alcuin.VersEubor  735-6
 Cuthbert 1.cure of sick (Anonymi 1108) through covering beneath which he had died: The sick (Anonymi 1108) were healed by the covering under which Cuthbert 1 died.: Alcuin.VersEubor  739-40
 Cuthbert 1.cure of sick man (Anonymous 354) at his tomb: A man (Anonymous 354) was healed from his illness by praying at the tomb of Cuthbert 1.: Alcuin.VersEubor  733-4
 Cuthbert 1.healing of [Wealhstod 1]: While Cuthbert 1 himself was ill he cured a man (Wealhstod 1) of diarrhoea.: Alcuin.VersEubor  727-8
 Cuthbert 1.healing of brother (Anonymous 340) who saw him being warmed: Cuthbert 1 saved from illness and sin a brother (Anonymous 340) who saw him being warmed by animals.: Alcuin.VersEubor  697
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: Cuthbert 1 cured himself when a swelling turned to fever by following an angel's command.: Alcuin.VersEubor  688-9
Invention/authorisation of relics (1)
 Cuthbert 1.discovery of his body intact ten years after death: The body of Cuthbert 1 was found to be whole in its garment ten years after his death.: Alcuin.VersEubor  729-30
Invitation (1)
 Cuthbert 1.cure of a married woman: Cuthbert 1 healed a wife (Anonymous 342) possessed of a demon before he entered the house at the invitation of the husband (Anonymous 39).: Alcuin.VersEubor  704-5
Land-cultivation (1)
 Cuthbert 1.sowing of crop that birds avoided: Cuthbert 1 sowed a crop for himself in a field and by only a word kept the birds from it.: Alcuin.VersEubor  710-11
Miracle (7)
 Cuthbert 1.obedience to him of sea and wild beasts: The sea and animals obeyed Cuthbert 1.: Alcuin.VersEubor  712
 Cuthbert 1.production of water for himself: Cuthbert 1 brought from the turf flowing water which in answer to prayer provided him with water.: Alcuin.VersEubor  708-9
 Cuthbert 1.recall of five vessels through his prayers: Cuthbert 1 called back through his prayers five ships tossed on the sea by wind.: Alcuin.VersEubor  690-1
 Cuthbert 1.removal of hunger of sailors (Anonymi 1089) and prophesying of calm weather: Cuthbert 1 removed the hunger of sailors (Anonymi 1089) by prayer and prophesied calm weather.: Alcuin.VersEubor  698-9
 Cuthbert 1.sowing of crop that birds avoided: Cuthbert 1 sowed a crop for himself in a field and by only a word kept the birds from it.: Alcuin.VersEubor  710-11
 Cuthbert 1.turning away of fire from buildings through his prayers: Cuthbert 1 turned fire aside from buildings by his prayers, which young men (Anonymi 1090) were unable to do.: Alcuin.VersEubor  702-3
 Cuthbert 1.warming by beasts: Cuthbert 1 was warmed by animals.: Alcuin.VersEubor  696
Praying (4)
 Cuthbert 1.cure of sick man (Anonymous 354) at his tomb: A man (Anonymous 354) was healed from his illness by praying at the tomb of Cuthbert 1.: Alcuin.VersEubor  733-4
 Cuthbert 1.production of water for himself: Cuthbert 1 brought from the turf flowing water which in answer to prayer provided him with water.: Alcuin.VersEubor  708-9
 Cuthbert 1.recall of five vessels through his prayers: Cuthbert 1 called back through his prayers five ships tossed on the sea by wind.: Alcuin.VersEubor  690-1
 Cuthbert 1.turning away of fire from buildings through his prayers: Cuthbert 1 turned fire aside from buildings by his prayers, which young men (Anonymi 1090) were unable to do.: Alcuin.VersEubor  702-3
Prophecy (4)
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of food brought by eagle: Cuthbert 1 prophesied that he and a companion (Anonymous 341) would share a fish brought by an eagle, and so it was done.: Alcuin.VersEubor  700-1
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of many events concerning himself and others (Anonymi 1107): Cuthbert 1 accurately prophesied many future events concerning himself and others (Anonymi 1107).: Alcuin.VersEubor  713-14
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy to a mother of the safety of her son and household: Cuthbert 1 prophesied to a mother (Anonymous 349) safety for her son (Anonymous 350) and household (Anonymi 1091) when a plague afflicted the Britons.: Alcuin.VersEubor  723-4
 Cuthbert 1.removal of hunger of sailors (Anonymi 1089) and prophesying of calm weather: Cuthbert 1 removed the hunger of sailors (Anonymi 1089) by prayer and prophesied calm weather.: Alcuin.VersEubor  698-9
Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating (1)
 Cuthbert 1.discovery of his body intact ten years after death: The body of Cuthbert 1 was found to be whole in its garment ten years after his death.: Alcuin.VersEubor  729-30
Religious practice (1)
 Cuthbert 1.feeding of angel gaining thereby heavenly food: Cuthbert 1 fed an angel bread and gained heavenly food thereby.: Alcuin.VersEubor  694-5
Solitary life, choosing; becoming anchorite/hermit (2)
 Cuthbert 1.life as a hermit on the island of Farne: Cuthbert 1 sought out the island of Farne, where he lived for a long time as a solitary hermit.: Alcuin.VersEubor  657-63
 Cuthbert 1.return to eremitic life on island of Farne: Cuthbert 1 returned to become a hermit again.: Alcuin.VersEubor  675
Wildlife-interaction (4)
 Cuthbert 1.obedience to him of sea and wild beasts: The sea and animals obeyed Cuthbert 1.: Alcuin.VersEubor  712
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of food brought by eagle: Cuthbert 1 prophesied that he and a companion (Anonymous 341) would share a fish brought by an eagle, and so it was done.: Alcuin.VersEubor  700-1
 Cuthbert 1.sowing of crop that birds avoided: Cuthbert 1 sowed a crop for himself in a field and by only a word kept the birds from it.: Alcuin.VersEubor  710-11
 Cuthbert 1.warming by beasts: Cuthbert 1 was warmed by animals.: Alcuin.VersEubor  696
Factoids linked indirectly to Cuthbert 1 (1)
Occupation (1)
Brother of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Anonymous 340: Alcuin.VersEubor  697
AnnalsFragIrel: Fragmentary Annals of Ireland (3)
Recorded Name (1)
Cuthbertus (1)
 AnnalsFragIrel   
Office (1)
Bishop (1)
 AnnalsFragIrel  38.100
Event (1)
Death/dying (1)
 Cuthbert 1.death: Cuthbert 1 rested.: AnnalsFragIrel  38.100
Anon.EpisList1: Episcopal List (1)
Office (1)
Bishop (1)
 Anon.EpisList1    (bishop of Lindisfarne)
Anon.EpisList2: Episcopal List (1)
Office (1)
Bishop (1)
 Anon.EpisList2    (bishop of the isle of Lindisfarne)
Anon.EpisList3: Episcopal List (1)
Office (1)
Bishop (1)
 Anon.EpisList3    (bishop of Lindisfarne)
Anon.HagiogListPhil1869: Calendar (4)
Recorded Name (1)
Cutbrechtus (1)
 Anon.HagiogListPhil1869  264 (29 March)
Personal Information (1)
saintly status (1)
 Anon.HagiogListPhil1869  264 (20 March) (holy)
Office (1)
Bishop (1)
 Anon.HagiogListPhil1869  264 (20 March)
Event (1)
Death/dying (1)
 Cuthbert 1.death: Death of the holy bishop Cuthbert 1.: Anon.HagiogListPhil1869  264 (20 March)
Anon.LiberEliensis: Liber Eliensis / Historia Elie... (2)
Occupation (1)
Hermit (1)
 Anon.LiberEliensis  I.9
Event (1)
Affection (1)
 Æthelthryth 2.assisting Cuthbert 1 from her private resources: Æthelthryth 2 advanced into her grace and favour a man distinguished by the glory of his life of sanctity, the most blessed hermit Cuthbert 1, when, in point of fact, he was not yet a bishop, and she supplied him with much assistance from out of the abundance of her private resources. Being skilled in handiwork, Æthelthryth 2 made with her own hands, but the technique of gold-embroidery, an outstanding and famous piece of work, namely a stole and maniple of matching materials of gold and precious stones, and she sent this work to be offered to Cuthbert 1 as a blessing in recognition of a deep-seated affection.: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.9
Assistance (1)
 Æthelthryth 2.assisting Cuthbert 1 from her private resources: Æthelthryth 2 advanced into her grace and favour a man distinguished by the glory of his life of sanctity, the most blessed hermit Cuthbert 1, when, in point of fact, he was not yet a bishop, and she supplied him with much assistance from out of the abundance of her private resources. Being skilled in handiwork, Æthelthryth 2 made with her own hands, but the technique of gold-embroidery, an outstanding and famous piece of work, namely a stole and maniple of matching materials of gold and precious stones, and she sent this work to be offered to Cuthbert 1 as a blessing in recognition of a deep-seated affection.: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.9
Embroidering (1)
 Æthelthryth 2.assisting Cuthbert 1 from her private resources: Æthelthryth 2 advanced into her grace and favour a man distinguished by the glory of his life of sanctity, the most blessed hermit Cuthbert 1, when, in point of fact, he was not yet a bishop, and she supplied him with much assistance from out of the abundance of her private resources. Being skilled in handiwork, Æthelthryth 2 made with her own hands, but the technique of gold-embroidery, an outstanding and famous piece of work, namely a stole and maniple of matching materials of gold and precious stones, and she sent this work to be offered to Cuthbert 1 as a blessing in recognition of a deep-seated affection.: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.9
Grant and Gift (1)
 Æthelthryth 2.assisting Cuthbert 1 from her private resources: Æthelthryth 2 advanced into her grace and favour a man distinguished by the glory of his life of sanctity, the most blessed hermit Cuthbert 1, when, in point of fact, he was not yet a bishop, and she supplied him with much assistance from out of the abundance of her private resources. Being skilled in handiwork, Æthelthryth 2 made with her own hands, but the technique of gold-embroidery, an outstanding and famous piece of work, namely a stole and maniple of matching materials of gold and precious stones, and she sent this work to be offered to Cuthbert 1 as a blessing in recognition of a deep-seated affection.: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.9
Anon.VitAlcuini: Life of Alcuin (2)
Recorded Name (1)
Cuhtbertus (1)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  4
Personal Information (1)
saintly status (1)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  4 (holy)
Anon.VitCuthberti: Anonymous Life of Cuthbert (174)
Recorded Name (11)
Cudberhtus (3)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.13
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.14
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.15
Cudbertus (1)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.2
Cuthbertus (1)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.2
Cuðberht (1)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.3
Cuðberhtus (4)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.3
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.2
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.8
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.1
Cuðbertus (1)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.1
Personal Information (62)
intellectual (5)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1 (refined in conversation)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1 (mighty in counsel)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.7 (His conversation consoled the sad, instructed the ignorant, appeased the angry)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.1 (His discourse was pure and frank, full of gravity and probity, full of sweetness and grace, dealing with the ministry of the law, the teaching of the faith, the virtue of temperance, and the practice of righteousness)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.1 (He remembered the Books of the Bible)
moral (8)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1 (noble in nature)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1 (patient in hope)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1 (wide in charity)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.1 (He continued with the utmost constancy to be what he had been before; he showed the same humility of heart, the same poverty of dress, and, being full of authority and grace, he maintained the dignity of a bishop without abandoning the ideal of the monk or the virtue of the hermit.)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.1 (He followed the example of the saints, fulfilling the duty of peace among his brethren; he held fast humility also and that most excellent gift of charity without which every other virtue is nothing worth. He cared for the poor, feed the hungry, clothed the naked, took in strangers, redeemed captives, and protected widows and orphans.)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1 (His secular life was pious and undefiled)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.2 (He did not seek the praise of men, he desired that all his miracles should be hidden so far as this was in his power.)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.2 (He excelled in virtues)
physical (3)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1 (angelic in appearance)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1 (unblemished in body)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.3 (he surpassed all of his age in ability)
piety (13)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.3 (man of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.4 (man of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.8 (man of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.6 (servant of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.3 (servant of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.4 (soldier of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.5 (servant of Christ)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.10 (man of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.5 (servant of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.5 (man of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.2 (servant of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.5 (man of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.6 (man of God)
psychological (3)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.3 (He kept in mind the prophetic words (as Mary did))
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.7 (He kept throughtout the same countenance, the same spirit)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.7 (At all hours he was happy and joyful, neither wearing a sad expression at the remembrance of a sin, nor being elated by the loud praises of those who marvelled at his manner of life.)
religion (1)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1 (orthodox in faith)
saintly status (27)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.2 (saint)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1 (holy in works)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.2 (holy man of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.6 (holy hermit of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.2 (saint)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.2 (The Lord completely and fully increased the dignity and authority of his office through him by signs and wonders.)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.3 (holy bishop)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.4 (the holy bishop)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.5 (the holy bishop)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.6 (holy bishop)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.7 (the holy bishop)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.8 (holy bishop)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.9 (holy bishop)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.13 (of holy memory)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.14 (the holy bishop)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.15 (holy martyr )
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.16 (holy confessor of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.16 (incorruptible body)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.17 (incorruptible martyr of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.17 (holy bishop)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.18 (confessor of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.1 (saint)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.3 (O holy bishop and priest)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.7 (holy man of God)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.8 (saint)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.1 (saint)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.10 (holy bishop)
stated health (2)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.4 (His knew swelled, his sinews contracted and he became lame)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.11 (His body was infirm and afflicted with a certain sickness)
Office (22)
Bishop (18)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.2
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.3 (Bishop and priest)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.6
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.1
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.1
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.4
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.5
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.6
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.7
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.8
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.9
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.11
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.14
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.17
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.2
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.3
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.13
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.15
Guest-master (1)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.2
Priest (1)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.3 (Bishop and priest)
Prior (2)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.8
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.1
Occupation (10)
Anchorite (5)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.3
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.4
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.6
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.7
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.11
Farmer (1)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.5
Hermit (2)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.1
 Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.1
Monk (1)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1
Shepherd (1)
 Anon.VitCuthberti  i.5
Personal Relationship (7)
~ Beloved (General relationship) of Cuthbert 1 (2)
 Anonymi 223: of Cuthbert 1: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.3
 Hereberht 3: of Cuthbert 1: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.9
~ Brother (Honorific kinship) of Cuthbert 1 (3)
 Anonymi 221: of Cuthbert 1: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.6
 Anonymous 36: of Cuthbert 1: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.3
 Hereberht 3: of Cuthbert 1: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.9
~ Mother (Honorific kinship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Censwith 1: of Cuthbert 1: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.7
~ Son (Honorific kinship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Anonymous 37: of Cuthbert 1: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.5
Event (61)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (1)
 Cuthbert 1.elevation to episcopacy: Cuthbert 1 was elected to the bishopric of Lindisfarne at the request of Ecgfrith 4 and the bishops of the Saxons and all the council.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.1
Ascetic practices/fasting/resisting temptation (2)
 Cuthbert 1.praying: Cuthbert 1 very often spent the whole night in prayer, sometimes even enduring a second and a third night.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the devil’s temptation: While Cuthbert 1 was teaching, he foresaw the devil tempting his listeners (Anonymi 221) and trying to hinder the hearing of the word of the Lord. Shortly after they heard the noise of fire from a burning house and men shouting. Then, seeing no trace of smoke, they realised they had been deceived.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.6
Assembly (1)
 Anonymous 29.prophecy on episcopate of Cuthbert 1: While Cuthbert 1 and many other youths (Anonymi 217) gathered together and began to indulge in a variety of games and tricks, a child (Anonymous 29) prophesied on Cuthbert 1's future offices.: Anon.VitCuthberti  i.3
Blessing (2)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 39: Cuthbert 1 did what Hemma 1 had asked him to do: blessed the water which was carried to Hemma 1's wife (Anonymous 39), who tasted it and recovered at once.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.3
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 41: Some women (Anonymi 211) brought to Cuthbert 1 a youth (Anonymous 41) who lay on a litter. They sent a messenger (Anonymous 34) to ask Cuthbert to bless him with his holy relics to heal him and ask God's pardon for his sins.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.5
Book circulating/making/reading/translating/writing (1)
 Cuthbert 1.rule composition: Cuthbert 1 arranged the Lindisfarne monks' rule of life, which they composed then for the first time.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.1
Building construction/restoration (3)
 Cuthbert 1.building dwelling-place on Farne: Cuthbert 1 put the devils to flight and, digging down almost a cubit of a man into the earth, he made a space to dwell in.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.1
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the stone: Cuthbert 1 managed to build into a wall a stone that four brethren together had not managed to move.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.2
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the wood from the sea: Cuthbert 1 had asked the brethren (Anonymi 223) who came to visit him for some wood twelve feet in length, in order to join the edge of a rock rising from the sea. That same night the sea landed a floating timber where it was to be placed for the building.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.4
Burial (1)
 Cuthbert 1.burial: His [Cuthbert 1's] whole body was washed, his head wrapped in a head cloth and an obley placed upon his holy breast. He was robed in his priestly garments, wearing his shoes in readiness to meet Christ and provided with a waxed shroud. He was carried with ship to our island and they placed him with honour in his stone coffin in the church.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.13
Camp-pitching (1)
 Cuthbert 1.living abundantly within the army: When dwelling in camp with the army, and having only meagre rations, Cuthbert 1 yet lived abundantly all the time.: Anon.VitCuthberti  i.7
Church/monastery/minster foundation/dedication/restoration (1)
 Cuthbert 1.dedication of church at Ovington: Cuthbert 1 dedicated a church there. They all sang mass.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.10
Death/dying (3)
 Cuthbert 1 death: The death of Cuthbert 1 occurred at the same time when the anchorite Hereberht 3 died.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.9
 Cuthbert 1.death: After taking communion and lifting up his eyes and hands to heaven, Cuthbert 1 commanded his soul to the Lord, breathed his last, and without a sigh went in the way of his fathers.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.13
 Cuthbert 1.vision of reeve’s soul: Cuthbert 1 saw the soul of a praefectus (Anonymous 33) carried up to the sky on his death.: Anon.VitCuthberti  i.7
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (4)
 Cuthbert 1.revelation on end of war with Picts: Cuthbert 1 realised that the war with the Picts was over and that his people had lost.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.8
 Cuthbert 1.vision of bishop’s soul: Cuthbert 1 saw angels ascending and descending and in their hands was borne to heaven a holy soul, as if in a globe of fire.: Anon.VitCuthberti  i.5
 Cuthbert 1.vision of reeve’s soul: Cuthbert 1 saw the soul of a praefectus (Anonymous 33) carried up to the sky on his death.: Anon.VitCuthberti  i.7
 Cuthbert 1.vision of soul of Hadwald 1: While Cuthbert 1 was sitting feasting with Ælfflæd 2, he had a vision and saw the soul of a brother (Hadwald 1) from Ælfflæd 2's monastery being carried to heaven.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.10
Exhumation (1)
 Cuthbert 1 opening of his sepulchre: A council was held by the elders (Anonymi 215) and licence was given by Bishop Eadberht 3 to raise the relics of Cuthbert 1. They found a thing marvellous to relate, namely that the whole body was as undecayed as when they had buried it.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.14
Exorcism (1)
 Cuthbert 1.building dwelling-place on Farne: Cuthbert 1 put the devils to flight and, digging down almost a cubit of a man into the earth, he made a space to dwell in.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.1
Feasting/banqueting (2)
 Anonymous 29.prophecy on episcopate of Cuthbert 1: While Cuthbert 1 and many other youths (Anonymi 217) gathered together and began to indulge in a variety of games and tricks, a child (Anonymous 29) prophesied on Cuthbert 1's future offices.: Anon.VitCuthberti  i.3
 Cuthbert 1.vision of soul of Hadwald 1: While Cuthbert 1 was sitting feasting with Ælfflæd 2, he had a vision and saw the soul of a brother (Hadwald 1) from Ælfflæd 2's monastery being carried to heaven.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.10
Healing (12)
 Cuthbert 1 post-mortem healing of Anonymous 27: A brother (Anonymous 27) of the household of Bishop Willibrord 1 was seized with a grave illness while staying at Lindisfarne. He was healed while praying before the relics of Cuthbert 1.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.16
 Cuthbert 1 post-mortem healing of Anonymous 30: A paralytic (Anonymous 30) was brought from another monastery to be cured by the physicians at Lindisfarne. But they failed to cure him. He was cured when he asked to wear the shoes of Cuthbert 1.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.17
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 22: After being invited by Sibba 1 to his village, Cuthbert 1 healed a servant of his (Anonymous 22).: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.7
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 36: Cuthbert 1 blessed and healed the cleric (Anonymous 36) who had followed to the seashore him the previous night. : Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.3
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 39: Cuthbert 1 did what Hemma 1 had asked him to do: blessed the water which was carried to Hemma 1's wife (Anonymous 39), who tasted it and recovered at once.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.3
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 40: Cuthbert 1 healed a maiden (Anonymous 40) who had suffered great pain in her head and in the whole of one side.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.4
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 41: Some women (Anonymi 211) brought to Cuthbert 1 a youth (Anonymous 41) who lay on a litter. They sent a messenger (Anonymous 34) to ask Cuthbert to bless him with his holy relics to heal him and ask God's pardon for his sins.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.5
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 70: Cuthbert 1 healed the child (Anonymous 70) of a woman (Anonymous 69) who was suffering because of a pestilence. : Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.6
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Eadswith 1: The woman (Eadswith 1) came to meet her husband (Hildmer 1) and Cuthbert 1, and at the first touch of the reins, the demon was completely driven away.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.8
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Wealhstod 1: Wealhstod 1 suffered from dysentery, but was healed by Cuthbert 1 when he went specially to minister him in his cell.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.12
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: His knee swelled, his sinews contracted. An angel came riding up to him and told him to cook wheat flour with milk, and anoint his knee with it. : Anon.VitCuthberti  i.4
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 32: A deacon (Anonymous 32) of Bishop Winfrith 1 was healed of his infirmity on two occasions by the relics of Cuthbert 1.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.18
Horse-using/giving/acquisition/riding (1)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of food from roof: While Cuthbert 1 was praying and waiting for a storm to cease, during a journey from the south, his horse seized some thatch from the roof of a hut and with it there fell out a warm loaf and meat.: Anon.VitCuthberti  i.6
Hospitality (1)
 Cuthbert 1-Hemma 1.meeting: While Cuthbert 1 was preaching in a village, Hemma 1 went to meet the bishop, received him and his company with kindness and ministered to them.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.3
Illness/demonic seizure/madness (7)
 Cuthbert 1 post-mortem exorcism of Anonymous 24: A certain father (Anonymous 25) brought his son (Anonymous 24) who was afflicted with a demon to Lindisfarne. There a man of faith (Cynemund 3) gave the boy some water in which he had sprinkled some of the earth from the trench where the water used to wash the body of Cuthbert 1 had been poured.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.15
 Cuthbert 1 post-mortem healing of Anonymous 27: A brother (Anonymous 27) of the household of Bishop Willibrord 1 was seized with a grave illness while staying at Lindisfarne. He was healed while praying before the relics of Cuthbert 1.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.16
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 40: Cuthbert 1 healed a maiden (Anonymous 40) who had suffered great pain in her head and in the whole of one side.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.4
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 70: Cuthbert 1 healed the child (Anonymous 70) of a woman (Anonymous 69) who was suffering because of a pestilence. : Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.6
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Eadswith 1: The woman (Eadswith 1) came to meet her husband (Hildmer 1) and Cuthbert 1, and at the first touch of the reins, the demon was completely driven away.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.8
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Wealhstod 1: Wealhstod 1 suffered from dysentery, but was healed by Cuthbert 1 when he went specially to minister him in his cell.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.12
 Hildmer 1.journey to Lindisfarne: Hildmer 1 set out for the monastery of Cuthbert 1 and explained to him that his wife (Eadswith 1) was sick almost to death.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.8
Invitation (3)
 Cuthbert 1.journey to Coldingham: Cuthbert 1 went to Coldingham monastery, in response to the invitation of Æbbe 2.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.3
 Eata 2.taking Cuthbert 1 to Lindisfarne: Cuthbert 1 was invited and constrained by Bishop Eata 2 to go to Lindisfarne. He dwelt there according to the Holy Scripture, following the contemplative amid the active life.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.1
 Sibba 1.Cuthbert 1-invitation: Sibba 1 invited Cuthbert 1 who came to his village.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.7
Journey (7)
 Cuthbert 1-Hildmer 1.riding to Hildmer 1’s wife: Cuthbert 1 rode with Hildmer 1 to see the latter's wife (Eadswith 1).: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.8
 Cuthbert 1-others.journey to land of Picts: Cuthbert 1 with two brethren (Anonymous 35 and Tydi 2) from the monastery of Melrose set sail for the land of the Picts.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.4
 Cuthbert 1.burial: His [Cuthbert 1's] whole body was washed, his head wrapped in a head cloth and an obley placed upon his holy breast. He was robed in his priestly garments, wearing his shoes in readiness to meet Christ and provided with a waxed shroud. He was carried with ship to our island and they placed him with honour in his stone coffin in the church.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.13
 Cuthbert 1.journey from Hexham to Carlisle: At a certain time Cuthbert 1 was making his way from Hexham to Carlisle.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.5
 Cuthbert 1.journey to Coldingham: Cuthbert 1 went to Coldingham monastery, in response to the invitation of Æbbe 2.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.3
 Cuthbert 1.pastoral activity: Cuthbert 1 was going with a boy (Anonymous 37) along the River Teviot and making his way southward, he was teaching the country people among the mountains and baptizing them.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.5
 Hildmer 1.journey to Lindisfarne: Hildmer 1 set out for the monastery of Cuthbert 1 and explained to him that his wife (Eadswith 1) was sick almost to death.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.8
Liturgical celebration (1)
 Cuthbert 1.dedication of church at Ovington: Cuthbert 1 dedicated a church there. They all sang mass.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.10
Meeting (2)
 Cuthbert 1-Hemma 1.meeting: While Cuthbert 1 was preaching in a village, Hemma 1 went to meet the bishop, received him and his company with kindness and ministered to them.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.3
 Cuthbert 1-Ælfflæd 2.meeting: Ælfflæd 2 asked Cuthbert 1 to cross the sea and meet her on Coquet Island.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.6
Miracle (14)
 Cuthbert 1 post-mortem exorcism of Anonymous 24: A certain father (Anonymous 25) brought his son (Anonymous 24) who was afflicted with a demon to Lindisfarne. There a man of faith (Cynemund 3) gave the boy some water in which he had sprinkled some of the earth from the trench where the water used to wash the body of Cuthbert 1 had been poured.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.15
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Eadswith 1: The woman (Eadswith 1) came to meet her husband (Hildmer 1) and Cuthbert 1, and at the first touch of the reins, the demon was completely driven away.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.8
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: His knee swelled, his sinews contracted. An angel came riding up to him and told him to cook wheat flour with milk, and anoint his knee with it. : Anon.VitCuthberti  i.4
 Cuthbert 1.living abundantly within the army: When dwelling in camp with the army, and having only meagre rations, Cuthbert 1 yet lived abundantly all the time.: Anon.VitCuthberti  i.7
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of bread provided by angel: Cuthbert 1 ministered to a guest without knowing he was an angel. After washing his hands and feet, at the third hour of the day, looked for some bread for the guest. Failing to get any, he went back and saw the man had left. Then, when he went back to the storehouse, he found three warm loaves.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.2
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of food from roof: While Cuthbert 1 was praying and waiting for a storm to cease, during a journey from the south, his horse seized some thatch from the roof of a hut and with it there fell out a warm loaf and meat.: Anon.VitCuthberti  i.6
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of house saved from fire: Cuthbert 1 preserved the dwellings of his nurse's (Censwith 1) village from a fire started in a house on the eastern edge of the village.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.7
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the dolphin flesh: Cuthbert 1 and his companions (Anonymous 35 and Tydi 2) reached the region of the Niduari. After some days in great want, and after one night of prayer, Cuthbert suggested they should go and seek, trusting God's mercy. They found three portions of dolphin's flesh.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.4
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the obeying ravens: Cuthbert 1 saw two ravens tearing to pieces the roof of the shelter built near the landing-place, and making themselves a nest. After trying to bid them not to do that injury to those who came over the sea, he banished them from the island. After three days one returned to Cuthbert and began to croak loudly, with humble cries asking his pardon. He gave them pardon and both returned to the island, each holding in its beak half of a piece of swine's lard as a gift for him.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.5
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the stone: Cuthbert 1 managed to build into a wall a stone that four brethren together had not managed to move.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.2
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the water: Following the command of Cuthbert 1, the brethren (Anonymi 223) who were visiting him dug the earth in the middle of the floor of his dwelling, looking for water. At once they discovered a fountain of living water which broke out of the rocky ground.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.3
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the wood from the sea: Cuthbert 1 had asked the brethren (Anonymi 223) who came to visit him for some wood twelve feet in length, in order to join the edge of a rock rising from the sea. That same night the sea landed a floating timber where it was to be placed for the building.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.4
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of two sea animals: Cuthbert 1 went to the seashore at night, then into the waves and when he came out two sea animals ministered to him, licking his feet, wiping them with their skin and warming them with their breath.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.3
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of food from eagle: Cuthbert 1 told the boy (Anonymous 37) who was walking with him that the eagle they saw in the sky would provide them with food. Shortly afterwards they found a large fish left by the eagle on the bank of the river.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.5
Monastic life, converting to/joining/oblation (1)
 Cuthbert 1.rule composition: Cuthbert 1 arranged the Lindisfarne monks' rule of life, which they composed then for the first time.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.1
Pastoral activities/preaching (3)
 Cuthbert 1-Hemma 1.meeting: While Cuthbert 1 was preaching in a village, Hemma 1 went to meet the bishop, received him and his company with kindness and ministered to them.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.3
 Cuthbert 1.pastoral activity: Cuthbert 1 was going with a boy (Anonymous 37) along the River Teviot and making his way southward, he was teaching the country people among the mountains and baptizing them.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.5
 Cuthbert 1.preaching in Kintis: Cuthbert 1 was preaching the word of God to the people and he came to a village in the district of Kintis.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.3
Pilgrimage (1)
 Cuthbert 1 post-mortem healing of Anonymous 27: A brother (Anonymous 27) of the household of Bishop Willibrord 1 was seized with a grave illness while staying at Lindisfarne. He was healed while praying before the relics of Cuthbert 1.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.16
Praying (3)
 Cuthbert 1-Anonymi 219.public prayer: Cuthbert 1 took part in the public prayer in the church of God at Coldingham.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.3
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the dolphin flesh: Cuthbert 1 and his companions (Anonymous 35 and Tydi 2) reached the region of the Niduari. After some days in great want, and after one night of prayer, Cuthbert suggested they should go and seek, trusting God's mercy. They found three portions of dolphin's flesh.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.4
 Cuthbert 1.praying: Cuthbert 1 very often spent the whole night in prayer, sometimes even enduring a second and a third night.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1
Prophecy (9)
 Anonymous 29.prophecy on episcopate of Cuthbert 1: While Cuthbert 1 and many other youths (Anonymi 217) gathered together and began to indulge in a variety of games and tricks, a child (Anonymous 29) prophesied on Cuthbert 1's future offices.: Anon.VitCuthberti  i.3
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.prophecy on their deaths: Cuthbert 1 told Hereberht 3 that they would both die at the same time, as the latter desired.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.9
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of food from eagle: Cuthbert 1 told the boy (Anonymous 37) who was walking with him that the eagle they saw in the sky would provide them with food. Shortly afterwards they found a large fish left by the eagle on the bank of the river.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.5
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the devil’s temptation: While Cuthbert 1 was teaching, he foresaw the devil tempting his listeners (Anonymi 221) and trying to hinder the hearing of the word of the Lord. Shortly after they heard the noise of fire from a burning house and men shouting. Then, seeing no trace of smoke, they realised they had been deceived.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.6
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the sea: After finding the dolphin flesh, Cuthbert 1 said that it would have lasted for three days and that on the fourth day the sea would have been calm for sailing.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.4
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on Eadswith 1: Cuthbert 1 told Hildmer 1 that his wife (Eadswith 1) would be healed.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.8
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on heir of Ecgfrith 4: Cuthbert 1 told Ælfflæd 2 that Aldfrith 1 would became the heir of Ecgfrith 4.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.6
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on his episcopate: Cuthbert 1 told Ælfflæd 2 about the length of his future episcopate.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.6
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on life of Ecgfrith 4: Being asked by Ælfflæd 2, Cuthbert 1 told her that her brother, Ecgfrith 4, would live twelve more months.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.6
Relics-collecting/depositing/granting (1)
 Cuthbert 1 opening of his sepulchre: A council was held by the elders (Anonymi 215) and licence was given by Bishop Eadberht 3 to raise the relics of Cuthbert 1. They found a thing marvellous to relate, namely that the whole body was as undecayed as when they had buried it.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.14
Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating (1)
 Cuthbert 1 opening of his sepulchre: A council was held by the elders (Anonymi 215) and licence was given by Bishop Eadberht 3 to raise the relics of Cuthbert 1. They found a thing marvellous to relate, namely that the whole body was as undecayed as when they had buried it.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.14
Religious practice (1)
 Eata 2.taking Cuthbert 1 to Lindisfarne: Cuthbert 1 was invited and constrained by Bishop Eata 2 to go to Lindisfarne. He dwelt there according to the Holy Scripture, following the contemplative amid the active life.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.1
Request (1)
 Cuthbert 1.elevation to episcopacy: Cuthbert 1 was elected to the bishopric of Lindisfarne at the request of Ecgfrith 4 and the bishops of the Saxons and all the council.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.1
Tonsuring (1)
 Cuthbert 1.tonsure: Cuthbert 1 took the Petrine tonsure after the shape of the crown of thorns that bound the head of Christ.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.2
Visit (4)
 Cuthbert 1- others.visit of Carlisle: Waga 1, the praepositus of the city, conducted Cuthbert 1, some priests and deacons (Anonymi 214) to see the city wall and the well built by the Romans.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.8
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of bread provided by angel: Cuthbert 1 ministered to a guest without knowing he was an angel. After washing his hands and feet, at the third hour of the day, looked for some bread for the guest. Failing to get any, he went back and saw the man had left. Then, when he went back to the storehouse, he found three warm loaves.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.2
 Cuthbert 1.visit to Eormenburg 1: Cuthbert 1 visited the queen (Eormenburg 1).: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.8
 Ecgfrith 4-Trumwine 1.leading Cuthbert 1away from Farne Island: Ecgfrith 4, Trumwine 1 and chosen men of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 210) came to him bearing the decision of the council.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.1
Wildlife-interaction (3)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the obeying ravens: Cuthbert 1 saw two ravens tearing to pieces the roof of the shelter built near the landing-place, and making themselves a nest. After trying to bid them not to do that injury to those who came over the sea, he banished them from the island. After three days one returned to Cuthbert and began to croak loudly, with humble cries asking his pardon. He gave them pardon and both returned to the island, each holding in its beak half of a piece of swine's lard as a gift for him.: Anon.VitCuthberti  iii.5
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of two sea animals: Cuthbert 1 went to the seashore at night, then into the waves and when he came out two sea animals ministered to him, licking his feet, wiping them with their skin and warming them with their breath.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.3
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of food from eagle: Cuthbert 1 told the boy (Anonymous 37) who was walking with him that the eagle they saw in the sky would provide them with food. Shortly afterwards they found a large fish left by the eagle on the bank of the river.: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.5
Factoids linked indirectly to Cuthbert 1 (1)
Occupation (1)
Nurse of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Censwith 1: Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.7
ASC (E): Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (E versi... (6)
Recorded Name (3)
Cuthberhtus (1)
 ASC (E)  685 F(Lat.)
Cuðberht (1)
 ASC (E)  685 E
Cuþberht (1)
 ASC (E)  685 F(OE)
Office (1)
Bishop (1)
 ASC (E)  685 EF(OE and Lat.) (E: Bishop at Hexham; F(OE) Bishop at Hexham River; F(Lat.): Bishop of the church of Hexham)
Event (2)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (2)
 Ecgfrith 4.ordering of consecration of Cuthbert 1 as bishop: Here Ecgfrith 4 ordered that Cuthbert 1 be consecrated as a bishop.: ASC (E)  685 E (685)
 Theodore 1.consecration of Cuthbert 1 as bishop: Theodore 1 consecrated [Cuthbert 1] as bishop to Hexham in York on the first day of Easter because Trumberht 1 had been deposed.: ASC (E)  685 EF(OE and Lat.) (685)
Deposition of bishop (1)
 Theodore 1.consecration of Cuthbert 1 as bishop: Theodore 1 consecrated [Cuthbert 1] as bishop to Hexham in York on the first day of Easter because Trumberht 1 had been deposed.: ASC (E)  685 EF(OE and Lat.) (685)
Ordering (1)
 Ecgfrith 4.ordering of consecration of Cuthbert 1 as bishop: Here Ecgfrith 4 ordered that Cuthbert 1 be consecrated as a bishop.: ASC (E)  685 E (685)
ASC (F): Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (Version... (4)
Recorded Name (2)
Cuthberhtus (1)
 ASC (F)  685 F(Lat.)
Cuþberht (1)
 ASC (F)  685 F(OE)
Office (1)
Bishop (1)
 ASC (F)  685 F(OE and Lat.) (Bishop at the island of Hexham)
Event (1)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (1)
 Cuthbert 1.consecration as bishop of Hexham: Cuthbert 1 was consecrated as bishop of Hexham by Theodore 1 at York because Trumberht 1 was driven from the episcopal see.: ASC (F)  685 F(OE and Lat.) (684)
Deposition of bishop (1)
 Cuthbert 1.consecration as bishop of Hexham: Cuthbert 1 was consecrated as bishop of Hexham by Theodore 1 at York because Trumberht 1 was driven from the episcopal see.: ASC (F)  685 F(OE and Lat.) (684)
Expulsion (1)
 Cuthbert 1.consecration as bishop of Hexham: Cuthbert 1 was consecrated as bishop of Hexham by Theodore 1 at York because Trumberht 1 was driven from the episcopal see.: ASC (F)  685 F(OE and Lat.) (684)
Bede.ArtMetr: On the Art of Metre (1)
Event (1)
Book circulating/making/reading/translating/writing (1)
 Bede 1.compilation of his De arte metrica for Cuthbert 1: Bede 1 compiled De arte metrica for Cuthbert 1.: Bede.ArtMetr  i.25 (p. 141 lines 26-9)
Bede.ChronMaior: The Greater Chronicles, or Con... (5)
Recorded Name (1)
Cudberctus (1)
 Bede.ChronMaior  530.570
Personal Information (1)
saintly status (1)
 Bede.ChronMaior  530.570 (From infancy up to old age [Cuthbert 1] led a life renowned for his miracles.)
Office (1)
Bishop (1)
 Bede.ChronMaior  530.570 (Most reuerent prelate of the church of Lindisfarne in Britain)
Occupation (1)
Anchorite (1)
 Bede.ChronMaior  530.570
Event (1)
Invention/authorisation of relics (1)
 Cuthbert 1.invention of his incorrupt body: Cuthbert 1's body was found incorrupt.: Bede.ChronMaior  529.570
Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating (1)
 Cuthbert 1.invention of his incorrupt body: Cuthbert 1's body was found incorrupt.: Bede.ChronMaior  529.570
Bede.HE: Ecclesiastical History of the ... (64)
Recorded Name (13)
... Cudbercti (4)
 Bede.HE  iv.30
 Bede.HE  iv.31
 Bede.HE  iv.32
 Bede.HE  v.24
... Cudbercto (4)
 Bede.HE  Preface
 Bede.HE  iv.26
 Bede.HE  iv.29
 Bede.HE  v.1
... Cudberctum (1)
 Bede.HE  iv.27
Cudberct (4)
 Bede.HE  iv.26
 Bede.HE  iv.27
 Bede.HE  iv.28
 Bede.HE  iv.30
Personal Information (16)
moral (1)
 Bede.HE  iv.28 (He protected the people who had been committed to his charge with constant prayers. He taught them what should be done, but first showed how to do it by his own example. He was sober-minded and patient; oustanding in his use of penitential abstinence.)
piety (8)
 Bede.HE  iv.27 (venerable servant of the Lord)
 Bede.HE  iv.28 (man of God)
 Bede.HE  iv.28 (servant of God)
 Bede.HE  iv.29 (man of God)
 Bede.HE  iv.29 (most reverend father)
 Bede.HE  iv.30 (man of God)
 Bede.HE  iv.31 (reverend father)
 Bede.HE  v.1 (the man of God )
reputation (1)
 Bede.HE  iv.30 (venerable)
saintly status (6)
 Bede.HE  Preface (most holy father)
 Bede.HE  iv.26 (of blessed memory)
 Bede.HE  iv.27 (holy and venerable)
 Bede.HE  iv.30 (blessed father)
 Bede.HE  iv.32 (holy father)
 Bede.HE  v.24 (holy father)
Education (1)
 In seven days Cuthbert went through the book of the evangelist John with Boisil 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
 Boisil brought Cuthbert up: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  22
 He received from Boisil 1 a knowledge of the Scriptures and the example of good works: Bede.HE  iv.27
Office (10)
Bishop (8)
 Bede.HE  Preface (most holy father and bishop)
 Bede.HE  iv.26
 Bede.HE  iv.27
 Bede.HE  iv.28
 Bede.HE  iv.28
 Bede.HE  iv.28
 Bede.HE  v.1
 Bede.HE  v.24
Prior (2)
 Bede.HE  iv.27
 Bede.HE  iv.27
Occupation (7)
Anchorite (4)
 Bede.HE  iv.27
 Bede.HE  iv.28
 Bede.HE  iv.29
 Bede.HE  v.1
Monk (2)
 Bede.HE  iv.27
 Bede.HE  v.24
Teacher (1)
 Bede.HE  iv.27
Personal Relationship (3)
Cuthbert 1 Disciple (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Boisil 1: Bede.HE  iv.27
Cuthbert 1 Friend (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Ecgfrith 4: Bede.HE  iv.26
~ Friend (General relationship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Hereberht 3: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.HE  iv.29
Event (14)
Affection (1)
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.meeting: While they were meeting, Cuthbert 1 told Hereberht 3 that his day of death was close. Having heard this, Hereberht 3 told Cuthbert 1 that he wanted to die with him.: Bede.HE  iv.29
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (1)
 Cuthbert 1.episcopal consecration: Seven bishops (Theodore 1 and Anonymi 679) participated to the consecration, which took place in the presence of Ecgfrith 4.: Bede.HE  iv.28
Building construction/restoration (1)
 Cuthbert 1.building dwelling-place on Farne Island: After driving away the evil spirits from Farne Island, Cuthbert 1 built a small dwelling-place with the help of the brothers.: Bede.HE  iv.28
Burial (1)
 Cuthbert 1.burial: Cuthbert 1 was buried in the church at Lindisfarne.: Bede.HE  iv.29
Conversion (1)
 Cuthbert 1.pastoral activities: Cuthbert 1 sought to convert the neighbouring people, for many of them profaned the creed they held by wicked deeds. : Bede.HE  iv.27
Council-meeting, ecclesiastical (1)
 Theodore 1-Ecgfrith 4.synod: A synod of no small size was gathered together in the presence of Ecgfrith 4 in a place called Adtuuifyrdi, over which Theodore 1 presided. There Cuthbert 1 was elected to the bishopric of the church of Lindisfarne.: Bede.HE  iv.28
Death/dying (1)
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.death: As Cuthbert 1 had foretold, they died on the same day.: Bede.HE  iv.29
Election of bishop (1)
 Theodore 1-Ecgfrith 4.synod: A synod of no small size was gathered together in the presence of Ecgfrith 4 in a place called Adtuuifyrdi, over which Theodore 1 presided. There Cuthbert 1 was elected to the bishopric of the church of Lindisfarne.: Bede.HE  iv.28
Exorcism (1)
 Cuthbert 1.building dwelling-place on Farne Island: After driving away the evil spirits from Farne Island, Cuthbert 1 built a small dwelling-place with the help of the brothers.: Bede.HE  iv.28
Healing (2)
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 262: Anonymous 262 had been suffering from a tumour on his eyelid for a very long time and no human cure could aid it. A priest of his monastery (Thrythred 1) had been given some hair of Cuthbert 1's. When he had given a small part of it to a friend of his, he asked Anonymous 262 to put back the rest in the casket. The latter applied the hair to his eyelid at eight in the morning and by midday he had been healed.: Bede.HE  iv.32
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Baduthegn 1: One side of Baduthegn 1's body was afflicted with paralysis. He went to the tomb of Cuthbert 1 and prayed that he might either be healed, or that he might bear the pain with patience. He seemed to fall into a deep sleep as he was praying. When he awoke, he had been healed.: Bede.HE  iv.31
Illness/demonic seizure/madness (2)
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 262: Anonymous 262 had been suffering from a tumour on his eyelid for a very long time and no human cure could aid it. A priest of his monastery (Thrythred 1) had been given some hair of Cuthbert 1's. When he had given a small part of it to a friend of his, he asked Anonymous 262 to put back the rest in the casket. The latter applied the hair to his eyelid at eight in the morning and by midday he had been healed.: Bede.HE  iv.32
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Baduthegn 1: One side of Baduthegn 1's body was afflicted with paralysis. He went to the tomb of Cuthbert 1 and prayed that he might either be healed, or that he might bear the pain with patience. He seemed to fall into a deep sleep as he was praying. When he awoke, he had been healed.: Bede.HE  iv.31
Journey (1)
 Ecgfrith 4-Trumwine 1.visit to Cuthbert 1 on Farne Island: Ecgfrith 4 and Trumwine 1, together with many other religious and powerful men, sailed to Farne Island to ask Cuthbert 1 to accept the bishopric of Lindisfarne.: Bede.HE  iv.28
Land-cultivation (1)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the barley: After having tried without success to grow wheat, Cuthbert 1 asked the brothers for barley. He put it in the same ground long after the proper time of sowing. Yet an abundant crop quickly appeared.: Bede.HE  iv.28
Meeting (1)
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.meeting: While they were meeting, Cuthbert 1 told Hereberht 3 that his day of death was close. Having heard this, Hereberht 3 told Cuthbert 1 that he wanted to die with him.: Bede.HE  iv.29
Miracle (4)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the barley: After having tried without success to grow wheat, Cuthbert 1 asked the brothers for barley. He put it in the same ground long after the proper time of sowing. Yet an abundant crop quickly appeared.: Bede.HE  iv.28
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the water: When some brethren (Anonymi 676) were visiting, they dug in the midst of his dwelling a pit, and on the next day they found it full of water which came from within.: Bede.HE  iv.28
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 262: Anonymous 262 had been suffering from a tumour on his eyelid for a very long time and no human cure could aid it. A priest of his monastery (Thrythred 1) had been given some hair of Cuthbert 1's. When he had given a small part of it to a friend of his, he asked Anonymous 262 to put back the rest in the casket. The latter applied the hair to his eyelid at eight in the morning and by midday he had been healed.: Bede.HE  iv.32
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Baduthegn 1: One side of Baduthegn 1's body was afflicted with paralysis. He went to the tomb of Cuthbert 1 and prayed that he might either be healed, or that he might bear the pain with patience. He seemed to fall into a deep sleep as he was praying. When he awoke, he had been healed.: Bede.HE  iv.31
Pastoral activities/preaching (1)
 Cuthbert 1.pastoral activities: Cuthbert 1 sought to convert the neighbouring people, for many of them profaned the creed they held by wicked deeds. : Bede.HE  iv.27
Plundering (1)
 Ecgfrith 4.war in the kingdom of Picts: Ecgfrith 4 took an army to ravage the kingdom of the Picts.: Bede.HE  iv.26
Praying (1)
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Baduthegn 1: One side of Baduthegn 1's body was afflicted with paralysis. He went to the tomb of Cuthbert 1 and prayed that he might either be healed, or that he might bear the pain with patience. He seemed to fall into a deep sleep as he was praying. When he awoke, he had been healed.: Bede.HE  iv.31
Prophecy (1)
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.meeting: While they were meeting, Cuthbert 1 told Hereberht 3 that his day of death was close. Having heard this, Hereberht 3 told Cuthbert 1 that he wanted to die with him.: Bede.HE  iv.29
Request (2)
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.meeting: While they were meeting, Cuthbert 1 told Hereberht 3 that his day of death was close. Having heard this, Hereberht 3 told Cuthbert 1 that he wanted to die with him.: Bede.HE  iv.29
 Ecgfrith 4-Trumwine 1.visit to Cuthbert 1 on Farne Island: Ecgfrith 4 and Trumwine 1, together with many other religious and powerful men, sailed to Farne Island to ask Cuthbert 1 to accept the bishopric of Lindisfarne.: Bede.HE  iv.28
Visit (1)
 Ecgfrith 4-Trumwine 1.visit to Cuthbert 1 on Farne Island: Ecgfrith 4 and Trumwine 1, together with many other religious and powerful men, sailed to Farne Island to ask Cuthbert 1 to accept the bishopric of Lindisfarne.: Bede.HE  iv.28
War (1)
 Ecgfrith 4.war in the kingdom of Picts: Ecgfrith 4 took an army to ravage the kingdom of the Picts.: Bede.HE  iv.26
Bede.Mart: Martyrology (9)
Recorded Name (2)
(1)
 Bede.Mart  52,B.1
Cuthbertus (1)
 Bede.Mart  52.F.1 bis
Personal Information (1)
saintly status (1)
 Bede.Mart  52,B.1 (holy)
Office (2)
Bishop (2)
 Bede.Mart  52.B.1
 Bede.Mart  52.F.1 bis (Bishop of the Church of Lindisfarne)
Occupation (1)
Anchorite (1)
 Bede.Mart  52.F.1 bis
Event (3)
Book circulating/making/reading/translating/writing (1)
 Bede 1.composition of Life of Cuthbert 1: Bede 1 wrote [about the discovery of Cuthbert 1's incorrupt body] in the little book about his life.: Bede.Mart  52.F.1 bis
Commemoration of saint/calendar-entering (1)
 Cuthbert 1.commemoration: The holy bishop Cuthbert 1.: Bede.Mart  52.B.1
Invention/authorisation of relics (1)
 Cuthbert 1.invention of his incorrupt body: Cuthbert 1's body was found incorrupt.: Bede.Mart  52.F.1 bis
Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating (1)
 Cuthbert 1.invention of his incorrupt body: Cuthbert 1's body was found incorrupt.: Bede.Mart  52.F.1 bis
Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr: Metrical Life of Saint Cuthber... (167)
Recorded Name (13)
Cuthbertus (13)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  Praefatio
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  1
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  6
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  7
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  16
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  22
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  28
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  35
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  40
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  44
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  45
Personal Information (67)
intellectual (3)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  14 (his speech was sweet and his actions were serious )
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  23 (holy teacher)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  25 (kind teacher)
moral (6)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  Praefatio (engaging charm)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  Praefatio (confident intercession)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  2 (gentle boy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  9 (a calm person )
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  20 (kind)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  22, 22 cap. (he did not abandon the monastic way of life once raised to the episcopacy)
physical (2)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  14 (his external beauty was a clear index of his pure soul)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  26 (indefatigable)
piety (16)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  6 (pious)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  7 (devoted in his mind to God and pleasing in his speech)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  11 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  12 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  13 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  15 (the Lord's servant)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  17 (the Lord's soldier)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  18 cap. (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  26 (watchful shepherd)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30 cap. (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  31 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  34 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  35 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  36 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  37 (prophet)
psychological (1)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  Praefatio (burnign compassion)
reputation (2)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  13 (most celebrated man)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  32 (venerable)
saintly status (35)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  Praefatio (blessed)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  Praefatio (thorugh his relics new miracles were performed daily)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  Praefatio (inhabitant of the golden stars)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  Praefatio (the distinction of miraculous power and ethereal glory attended this man through visible miracles)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  2 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  6 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  6 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  7 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  15 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  16 (holy man)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  16 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  18 (prophet )
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  20 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  21 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  21 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  23 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  27 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  28 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  29 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30 (prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30 (venerable prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  31 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  36 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  38 (blessed)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  39 (martyr)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  40 (saint)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  40 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  41 (martyr)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  41 (saint)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  42 (saintly prophet)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  43 (martyr)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  44 (holy)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  44 (saint)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  44 (blesses)
stated health (2)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  2 cap. (he was afflicted with the onslaught of a sudden illness, and directed his faltering steps with a pine-wood staff)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  33 (he begins to be afflicted in his limbs by a congenital illness)
Office (13)
Bishop (10)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  Praefatio
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  1
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  20
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  21
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  22
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  24
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  32
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  36
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  38
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  39
Guest-master (1)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  7
Priest (1)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  10
Prior (1)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  13
Occupation (7)
Anchorite (2)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  14 cap.
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  15
Hermit (1)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  32, 33
Monk (3)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  7
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  14
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  22
Shepherd (1)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  4
Status (3)
Elder (3)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  10
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  15
 Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  34
Personal Relationship (17)
~ Brother (Honorific kinship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Hereberht 3: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30
~ Companion (General relationship) of Cuthbert 1 (7)
 Anonymi 280: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  9
 Anonymi 285: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  33
 Anonymi 285: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  34
 Anonymi 285: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  37
 Anonymous 95: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8
 Anonymous 96: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  10
 Hereberht 3: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30
Cuthbert 1 Father (Honorific kinship) of ~ (4)
 of Anonymi 285: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  33
 of Anonymi 285: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  34
 of Eadberht 3: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  39
 of Felgild 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  44
~ Friend (General relationship) of Cuthbert 1 (2)
 Anonymous 105: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  25
 Hereberht 3: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30
~ Servant (General relationship) of Cuthbert 1 (2)
 Anonymous 98: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  13
 Hereberht 3: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30
~ Son (Honorific kinship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Anonymi 285: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  33
Event (47)
Animal-tending (1)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of bishop’s soul: While Cuthbert 1 was feeding lambs in the hills, as he was keeping vigil with nocturnal hymns, he saw a holy soul being carried to heaven.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  4
Ascetic practices/fasting/resisting temptation (1)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of sea animals: On one night spent in prayer, two sea animals came out of the waters to warm Cuthbert 1's frozen feet with their fur and breath. Then they begged him to give them a blessing. One of the brethren followed him and watched these things.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8
Assembly (1)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 104: A man afflicted with severe illness (Anonymous 104) gathered together some of his friends on his deathbed. One of them (Anonymous 105) gave him some bread which Cuthbert 1 had once consecrated and given to him as a holy gift. They dipped it in water and gave the sick man the water to drink. He was healed immediately.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  25
Baptism (1)
 Cuthbert 1.pastoral activity: By means of admonition and the waters of baptism, Cuthbert 1 revealed the way for the people called to the kingdom of heaven.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  10
Blessing (1)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of sea animals: On one night spent in prayer, two sea animals came out of the waters to warm Cuthbert 1's frozen feet with their fur and breath. Then they begged him to give them a blessing. One of the brethren followed him and watched these things.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8
Building construction/restoration (2)
 Cuthbert 1.building dwelling-place on Farne: Cuthbert 1 established humble dwellings and strengthened the walls with movable stones which six strong men could scarcely carry on their backs.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  15
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the wood from the sea: Cuthbert 1 wanted to build a little house facing the sea. He asked the monks (Anonymi 282) to bring some wood, but they forgot. The next tide brought a piece of drift-wood and cast it up in the place where he wanted it.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  19
Burial (2)
 Cuthbert 1-Others.conversation on his burial: Cuthbert 1 asked to be buried on Farne Island, but when the monks (Anonymi 285) came back to see him, they asked whether it would be appropriate to take the body of their dear father with them for burial.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  33-4
 Cuthbert 1.burial: When Cuthbert 1 was committed to a fittingly glorious tomb, being interred in marble at the right side of the altar, suddenly the insistent north wind struck the monastery on all sides and the brethren chose to abandon the site rather than to undergo that danger.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  37
Conversation (2)
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.prophecy on their deaths: Hereberht 3 came to Cuthbert 1 seeking to be strengthened by the conversation with the holy man. When Cuthbert 1 told him that that would be their last meeting before his own death, Hereberht 3 asked him to pray so that they could die together.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30
 Cuthbert 1-Others.conversation on his burial: Cuthbert 1 asked to be buried on Farne Island, but when the monks (Anonymi 285) came back to see him, they asked whether it would be appropriate to take the body of their dear father with them for burial.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  33-4
Death/dying (4)
 Cuthbert 1.death: Cuthbert 1 died after receiving his viaticum, while still engaged in heavenly praise.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  36
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 107: Cuthbert 1 saw a mother (Anonymous 108) bearing sadly the imminent death of her lifeless son (Anonymous 107). He gave him the kiss of life and told the mother that the boy would be cured and all her household would escape this incidence of death. : Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  27
 Cuthbert 1.revelation on end of war with Picts: Cuthbert 1 foresaw in his mind that the war between Ecgfrith 4 and the Picts was to result in a wretched end and the death of the king.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  29
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Hadwald 1’s soul: While Cuthbert 1 was sitting at dinner, he was suddenly transported away and his shaking hand dropped the knife. When Ælfflæd 2 asked what was happening, he said that one of her monks was being borne to heaven.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  31
Disobedience (1)
 Cuthbert 1-Others.conversation on his burial: Cuthbert 1 asked to be buried on Farne Island, but when the monks (Anonymi 285) came back to see him, they asked whether it would be appropriate to take the body of their dear father with them for burial.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  33-4
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (2)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Hadwald 1’s soul: While Cuthbert 1 was sitting at dinner, he was suddenly transported away and his shaking hand dropped the knife. When Ælfflæd 2 asked what was happening, he said that one of her monks was being borne to heaven.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  31
 Cuthbert 1.vision of bishop’s soul: While Cuthbert 1 was feeding lambs in the hills, as he was keeping vigil with nocturnal hymns, he saw a holy soul being carried to heaven.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  4
Drinking (1)
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 24: Anonymous 25 took his son (Anonymous 24) possessed by a demon to the holy tomb of Cuthbert 1 and Eadberht 3. He was not healed at first, but then a man took a bit of soil from the place where they had washed the body of Cuthbert 1. He mixed the soil with some water and gave it to the boy to drink.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  40
Eating (4)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 104: A man afflicted with severe illness (Anonymous 104) gathered together some of his friends on his deathbed. One of them (Anonymous 105) gave him some bread which Cuthbert 1 had once consecrated and given to him as a holy gift. They dipped it in water and gave the sick man the water to drink. He was healed immediately.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  25
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of bread from angel: In the midst of winter Cuthbert 1 received an angel who pretended to be a guest. Cuthbert 1 washed his limbs and asked him to stay there for a meal. Then, he went to look for some bread and when he came back, the angel had gone leaving three loaves of bread made with white flour.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  7
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of food from roof: while Cuthbert 1 was on a journey, he was held up by a rain-storm and made a detour under the roof of an ancient shippen. While he was praying, he suddenly saw his horse snatch at the roof of the hut with a bite and there fell some food.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  6
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Hadwald 1’s soul: While Cuthbert 1 was sitting at dinner, he was suddenly transported away and his shaking hand dropped the knife. When Ælfflæd 2 asked what was happening, he said that one of her monks was being borne to heaven.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  31
Enquiry (1)
 Ælfflæd 2.enquiry on identity of dead brother: Ælfflæd 2 sent a messenger (Anonymous 23) to all her people. She finally learnt the truth on the following day and reported it to Cuthbert 1 as he was celebrating mass.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  31
Exhumation (1)
 Cuthbert 1.translation: Eadberht 3 decided to exhume the saint's remains in order to palace them in a graceful shrine: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  38
Exorcism (2)
 Cuthbert 1.demons-expelling: The island was stiff with aerial demons and it fended off all human occupancy with dark threats. Cuthbert 1 expelled its foul inhabitants from their dwellings.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  15
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 98: Anonymous 97 went to see Cuthbert 1 and asked him to send someone to his wife (Anonymous 98) who was dying. While Cuthbert 1 was organizing this, he realized that the woman was possessed by a demon and decided to go himself. On the way there, he told the husband not to worry as his wife would have been healed before they reached the house.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  13
Flight (1)
 Cuthbert 1.burial: When Cuthbert 1 was committed to a fittingly glorious tomb, being interred in marble at the right side of the altar, suddenly the insistent north wind struck the monastery on all sides and the brethren chose to abandon the site rather than to undergo that danger.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  37
Grant and Gift (1)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 101: Cuthbert 1 gave Anonymous 101 the gift of some holy water, which his priest (Anonymous 102) administered to remove her illness: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  23
Healing (16)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 41: They brought to Cuthbert 1 a young man (Anonymous 41) on a litter, barely able to draw rasping breath. With his prayers Cuthbert 1 raised up the diseased limbs.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  26
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 95: When Anonymous 95 was sick, he told Cuthbert 1 that he had seen him with the sea animals. Cuthbert 1 healed him, forgave him and asked him not to tell anyone about what he had seen until Cuthbert 1's death.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 98: Anonymous 97 went to see Cuthbert 1 and asked him to send someone to his wife (Anonymous 98) who was dying. While Cuthbert 1 was organizing this, he realized that the woman was possessed by a demon and decided to go himself. On the way there, he told the husband not to worry as his wife would have been healed before they reached the house.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  13
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 101: Cuthbert 1 gave Anonymous 101 the gift of some holy water, which his priest (Anonymous 102) administered to remove her illness: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  23
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 103: By anointing Anonymous 103 with the holy chrism, Cuthbert 1 restored her health.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  24
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 104: A man afflicted with severe illness (Anonymous 104) gathered together some of his friends on his deathbed. One of them (Anonymous 105) gave him some bread which Cuthbert 1 had once consecrated and given to him as a holy gift. They dipped it in water and gave the sick man the water to drink. He was healed immediately.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  25
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 107: Cuthbert 1 saw a mother (Anonymous 108) bearing sadly the imminent death of her lifeless son (Anonymous 107). He gave him the kiss of life and told the mother that the boy would be cured and all her household would escape this incidence of death. : Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  27
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Bede 1’s tongue: Bede 1 was healed of his tongue through Cuthbert 1's relics: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  Praefatio
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Wealhstod 1: When the brethren insisted for him take one attendant in his dwelling, Cuthbert 1 chose Wealhstod 1, so that he could provide the consolation of brotherly love for him. As soon as he entered the dwelling, Wealhstod 1 was healed from his dysentery.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  35
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: When Cuthbert 1 was afflicted with a diseased knee, a man on horse back arrived and told him to prepare some gleaming white wheaten flour with milk in a pot, cook it and place it on the swelling. Cuthbert 1 did so and was healed.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  2
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 24: Anonymous 25 took his son (Anonymous 24) possessed by a demon to the holy tomb of Cuthbert 1 and Eadberht 3. He was not healed at first, but then a man took a bit of soil from the place where they had washed the body of Cuthbert 1. He mixed the soil with some water and gave it to the boy to drink.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  40
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 30: A paralytic man (Anonymous 30), for whom medicine had been useless, placed on his feet Cuthbert 1's shoes and was healed during the night.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  43
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 116: A sick man (Anonymous 116) was brought to the tomb of Cuthbert 1 and after a few days he received his former health.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  41
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 117: A man (Anonymous 117) whose eyesight was afflicted with pain and encroaching blindness was healed by touching his eyes with Cuthbert 1's handkerchief.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  42
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healings through covering of his wall: The calf-skin with which Cuthbert 1 had covered the exposed side of his dwelling at Farne was distributed to many people through Felgild 1's generosity. It poured out medicinal cures far and wide from its innate power.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  44
 Felgild 1.healing of his face: Felgild 1 took down the calf-skin from the wall, cut it into pieces, and put the first stripe in water. When a drop fell on his face, he wept it away and discovered that he had been healed of his facial tumour.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  46
Horse-using/giving/acquisition/riding (2)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: When Cuthbert 1 was afflicted with a diseased knee, a man on horse back arrived and told him to prepare some gleaming white wheaten flour with milk in a pot, cook it and place it on the swelling. Cuthbert 1 did so and was healed.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  2
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of food from roof: while Cuthbert 1 was on a journey, he was held up by a rain-storm and made a detour under the roof of an ancient shippen. While he was praying, he suddenly saw his horse snatch at the roof of the hut with a bite and there fell some food.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  6
Illness/demonic seizure/madness (12)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 41: They brought to Cuthbert 1 a young man (Anonymous 41) on a litter, barely able to draw rasping breath. With his prayers Cuthbert 1 raised up the diseased limbs.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  26
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 95: When Anonymous 95 was sick, he told Cuthbert 1 that he had seen him with the sea animals. Cuthbert 1 healed him, forgave him and asked him not to tell anyone about what he had seen until Cuthbert 1's death.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 98: Anonymous 97 went to see Cuthbert 1 and asked him to send someone to his wife (Anonymous 98) who was dying. While Cuthbert 1 was organizing this, he realized that the woman was possessed by a demon and decided to go himself. On the way there, he told the husband not to worry as his wife would have been healed before they reached the house.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  13
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 101: Cuthbert 1 gave Anonymous 101 the gift of some holy water, which his priest (Anonymous 102) administered to remove her illness: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  23
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 104: A man afflicted with severe illness (Anonymous 104) gathered together some of his friends on his deathbed. One of them (Anonymous 105) gave him some bread which Cuthbert 1 had once consecrated and given to him as a holy gift. They dipped it in water and gave the sick man the water to drink. He was healed immediately.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  25
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Wealhstod 1: When the brethren insisted for him take one attendant in his dwelling, Cuthbert 1 chose Wealhstod 1, so that he could provide the consolation of brotherly love for him. As soon as he entered the dwelling, Wealhstod 1 was healed from his dysentery.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  35
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: When Cuthbert 1 was afflicted with a diseased knee, a man on horse back arrived and told him to prepare some gleaming white wheaten flour with milk in a pot, cook it and place it on the swelling. Cuthbert 1 did so and was healed.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  2
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 24: Anonymous 25 took his son (Anonymous 24) possessed by a demon to the holy tomb of Cuthbert 1 and Eadberht 3. He was not healed at first, but then a man took a bit of soil from the place where they had washed the body of Cuthbert 1. He mixed the soil with some water and gave it to the boy to drink.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  40
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 30: A paralytic man (Anonymous 30), for whom medicine had been useless, placed on his feet Cuthbert 1's shoes and was healed during the night.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  43
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 116: A sick man (Anonymous 116) was brought to the tomb of Cuthbert 1 and after a few days he received his former health.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  41
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 117: A man (Anonymous 117) whose eyesight was afflicted with pain and encroaching blindness was healed by touching his eyes with Cuthbert 1's handkerchief.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  42
 Felgild 1.healing of his face: Felgild 1 took down the calf-skin from the wall, cut it into pieces, and put the first stripe in water. When a drop fell on his face, he wept it away and discovered that he had been healed of his facial tumour.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  46
Journey (6)
 Cuthbert 1-Ælfflæd 2.meeting: Ælfflæd 2 asked Cuthbert 1 to meet her. He consented and set out in a boat. She asked him how long Ecgfrith 4 was to command his kingdom and he told her that he would die in one year's time.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  21
 Cuthbert 1.journey to land of Picts: Cuthbert 1 was carried by ship to the land of the Picts.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  9
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of food from roof: while Cuthbert 1 was on a journey, he was held up by a rain-storm and made a detour under the roof of an ancient shippen. While he was praying, he suddenly saw his horse snatch at the roof of the hut with a bite and there fell some food.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  6
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the rafts: Some monks (Anonymi 278) were transporting wood on five rafts on the surface of the river Tyne. Because of the wind the rafts were swept along by the swift current out into the expanse of the sea. The monks in the monastery (Anonymi 277) came out to pray for the safety of their brothers, but it was only when Cuthbert 1 started praying that the winds changed course and the rafts were cast up on land.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  3
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of food from eagle: During a journey Cuthbert 1 asked his companion (Anonymous 96) what he intended to do to take sustenance. When his companion said that he was wondering about that very thing, Cuthbert 1 invited him to trust the Lord and told him that an eagle would provide them with food.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  10
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the sea: As Cuthbert 1's return journey was impeded by the seas and the sailors (Anonymi 280) were frightened on that foreign shore, Cuthbert 1 invited everybody to pray God and have faith in Him. When he had finished speaking he saw three morsels cut from the flesh of a fish.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  9
Life - orally recounted (1)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 95: When Anonymous 95 was sick, he told Cuthbert 1 that he had seen him with the sea animals. Cuthbert 1 healed him, forgave him and asked him not to tell anyone about what he had seen until Cuthbert 1's death.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8
Liturgical celebration (1)
 Ælfflæd 2.enquiry on identity of dead brother: Ælfflæd 2 sent a messenger (Anonymous 23) to all her people. She finally learnt the truth on the following day and reported it to Cuthbert 1 as he was celebrating mass.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  31
Medical treatment/sick-care/cautery (1)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: When Cuthbert 1 was afflicted with a diseased knee, a man on horse back arrived and told him to prepare some gleaming white wheaten flour with milk in a pot, cook it and place it on the swelling. Cuthbert 1 did so and was healed.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  2
Meeting (1)
 Cuthbert 1-Ælfflæd 2.meeting: Ælfflæd 2 asked Cuthbert 1 to meet her. He consented and set out in a boat. She asked him how long Ecgfrith 4 was to command his kingdom and he told her that he would die in one year's time.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  21
Message-sending (1)
 Ælfflæd 2.enquiry on identity of dead brother: Ælfflæd 2 sent a messenger (Anonymous 23) to all her people. She finally learnt the truth on the following day and reported it to Cuthbert 1 as he was celebrating mass.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  31
Miracle (14)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 104: A man afflicted with severe illness (Anonymous 104) gathered together some of his friends on his deathbed. One of them (Anonymous 105) gave him some bread which Cuthbert 1 had once consecrated and given to him as a holy gift. They dipped it in water and gave the sick man the water to drink. He was healed immediately.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  25
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 107: Cuthbert 1 saw a mother (Anonymous 108) bearing sadly the imminent death of her lifeless son (Anonymous 107). He gave him the kiss of life and told the mother that the boy would be cured and all her household would escape this incidence of death. : Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  27
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of birds and crops: After sowing some land and when an abundant crop had sprung up, some birds attempted to steal Cuthbert 1's corn, When he spoke to them, they departed and never again dared to infringe his jurisdiction.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  17
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of bread from angel: In the midst of winter Cuthbert 1 received an angel who pretended to be a guest. Cuthbert 1 washed his limbs and asked him to stay there for a meal. Then, he went to look for some bread and when he came back, the angel had gone leaving three loaves of bread made with white flour.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  7
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of food from roof: while Cuthbert 1 was on a journey, he was held up by a rain-storm and made a detour under the roof of an ancient shippen. While he was praying, he suddenly saw his horse snatch at the roof of the hut with a bite and there fell some food.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  6
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of house saved from fire: Through prayer Cuthbert 1 extinguished the flames which had seized the dry thatches of a roof.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  12
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of sea animals: On one night spent in prayer, two sea animals came out of the waters to warm Cuthbert 1's frozen feet with their fur and breath. Then they begged him to give them a blessing. One of the brethren followed him and watched these things.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the obeying ravens: Two ravens attacked Cuthbert 1's out-houses and removed thatch from the roof to use it for their nests. Cuthbert 1 warned them to stop and they departed. After three days one came back begging forgiveness and permission to return. In due course they both arrived happily and brought some pork lard as a gift for Cuthbert 1.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  18
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the rafts: Some monks (Anonymi 278) were transporting wood on five rafts on the surface of the river Tyne. Because of the wind the rafts were swept along by the swift current out into the expanse of the sea. The monks in the monastery (Anonymi 277) came out to pray for the safety of their brothers, but it was only when Cuthbert 1 started praying that the winds changed course and the rafts were cast up on land.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  3
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the water: Through his prayers Cuthbert 1 struck a pleasant spring of water from the dry rock.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  16
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the wood from the sea: Cuthbert 1 wanted to build a little house facing the sea. He asked the monks (Anonymi 282) to bring some wood, but they forgot. The next tide brought a piece of drift-wood and cast it up in the place where he wanted it.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  19
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of water tasting like wine: Cuthbert 1 was able to turn water into pure wine.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  16
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healings through covering of his wall: The calf-skin with which Cuthbert 1 had covered the exposed side of his dwelling at Farne was distributed to many people through Felgild 1's generosity. It poured out medicinal cures far and wide from its innate power.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  44
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of food from eagle: During a journey Cuthbert 1 asked his companion (Anonymous 96) what he intended to do to take sustenance. When his companion said that he was wondering about that very thing, Cuthbert 1 invited him to trust the Lord and told him that an eagle would provide them with food.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  10
Pastoral activities/preaching (1)
 Cuthbert 1.pastoral activity: By means of admonition and the waters of baptism, Cuthbert 1 revealed the way for the people called to the kingdom of heaven.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  10
Pilgrimage (1)
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 24: Anonymous 25 took his son (Anonymous 24) possessed by a demon to the holy tomb of Cuthbert 1 and Eadberht 3. He was not healed at first, but then a man took a bit of soil from the place where they had washed the body of Cuthbert 1. He mixed the soil with some water and gave it to the boy to drink.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  40
Praying (8)
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.prophecy on their deaths: Hereberht 3 came to Cuthbert 1 seeking to be strengthened by the conversation with the holy man. When Cuthbert 1 told him that that would be their last meeting before his own death, Hereberht 3 asked him to pray so that they could die together.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30
 Cuthbert 1.death: Cuthbert 1 died after receiving his viaticum, while still engaged in heavenly praise.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  36
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 41: They brought to Cuthbert 1 a young man (Anonymous 41) on a litter, barely able to draw rasping breath. With his prayers Cuthbert 1 raised up the diseased limbs.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  26
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of house saved from fire: Through prayer Cuthbert 1 extinguished the flames which had seized the dry thatches of a roof.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  12
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of sea animals: On one night spent in prayer, two sea animals came out of the waters to warm Cuthbert 1's frozen feet with their fur and breath. Then they begged him to give them a blessing. One of the brethren followed him and watched these things.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the rafts: Some monks (Anonymi 278) were transporting wood on five rafts on the surface of the river Tyne. Because of the wind the rafts were swept along by the swift current out into the expanse of the sea. The monks in the monastery (Anonymi 277) came out to pray for the safety of their brothers, but it was only when Cuthbert 1 started praying that the winds changed course and the rafts were cast up on land.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  3
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the water: Through his prayers Cuthbert 1 struck a pleasant spring of water from the dry rock.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  16
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the sea: As Cuthbert 1's return journey was impeded by the seas and the sailors (Anonymi 280) were frightened on that foreign shore, Cuthbert 1 invited everybody to pray God and have faith in Him. When he had finished speaking he saw three morsels cut from the flesh of a fish.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  9
Prophecy (11)
 Anonymous 29.prophecy on Cuthbert 1’s episcopate: A three-year old child (Anonymous 29) exhorted Cuthbert 1 not to place his trust in questionable activities, but to strengthen his fixed resolve in the love of the Lord. When Cuthbert 1 laughed at these words, the child started crying and subsequently told Cuthbert 1 that he would become a bishop.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  1
 Boisil 1.prophecy on Cuthbert 1’s episcopate: Boisil 1 prophesied that Cuthbert 1 was to become a bishop: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  20
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.prophecy on their deaths: Hereberht 3 came to Cuthbert 1 seeking to be strengthened by the conversation with the holy man. When Cuthbert 1 told him that that would be their last meeting before his own death, Hereberht 3 asked him to pray so that they could die together.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30
 Cuthbert 1-Ælfflæd 2.meeting: Ælfflæd 2 asked Cuthbert 1 to meet her. He consented and set out in a boat. She asked him how long Ecgfrith 4 was to command his kingdom and he told her that he would die in one year's time.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  21
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 107: Cuthbert 1 saw a mother (Anonymous 108) bearing sadly the imminent death of her lifeless son (Anonymous 107). He gave him the kiss of life and told the mother that the boy would be cured and all her household would escape this incidence of death. : Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  27
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the phantom fire: Cuthbert 1 foresaw that an imaginary devilish fire would arrive.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  11
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the sea: As Cuthbert 1's return journey was impeded by the seas and the sailors (Anonymi 280) were frightened on that foreign shore, Cuthbert 1 invited everybody to pray God and have faith in Him. When he had finished speaking he saw three morsels cut from the flesh of a fish.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  9
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on heir of Ecgfrith 4: Ælfflæd 2 asked Cuthbert 1 who was to succeed Ecgfrith 4 as king. He replied that another brother of hers would become king.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  21
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on his episcopate: Cuthbert 1 told Ælfflæd 2 that he would be bishop only for two years: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  21
 Cuthbert 1.revelation on end of war with Picts: Cuthbert 1 foresaw in his mind that the war between Ecgfrith 4 and the Picts was to result in a wretched end and the death of the king.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  29
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Hadwald 1’s soul: While Cuthbert 1 was sitting at dinner, he was suddenly transported away and his shaking hand dropped the knife. When Ælfflæd 2 asked what was happening, he said that one of her monks was being borne to heaven.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  31
Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating (1)
 Cuthbert 1.translation: Eadberht 3 decided to exhume the saint's remains in order to palace them in a graceful shrine: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  38
Religious practice (2)
 Cuthbert 1.death: Cuthbert 1 died after receiving his viaticum, while still engaged in heavenly praise.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  36
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 103: By anointing Anonymous 103 with the holy chrism, Cuthbert 1 restored her health.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  24
Reporting (1)
 Ælfflæd 2.enquiry on identity of dead brother: Ælfflæd 2 sent a messenger (Anonymous 23) to all her people. She finally learnt the truth on the following day and reported it to Cuthbert 1 as he was celebrating mass.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  31
Request (3)
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.prophecy on their deaths: Hereberht 3 came to Cuthbert 1 seeking to be strengthened by the conversation with the holy man. When Cuthbert 1 told him that that would be their last meeting before his own death, Hereberht 3 asked him to pray so that they could die together.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  30
 Cuthbert 1-Others.conversation on his burial: Cuthbert 1 asked to be buried on Farne Island, but when the monks (Anonymi 285) came back to see him, they asked whether it would be appropriate to take the body of their dear father with them for burial.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  33-4
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 95: When Anonymous 95 was sick, he told Cuthbert 1 that he had seen him with the sea animals. Cuthbert 1 healed him, forgave him and asked him not to tell anyone about what he had seen until Cuthbert 1's death.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8
Residence (1)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Wealhstod 1: When the brethren insisted for him take one attendant in his dwelling, Cuthbert 1 chose Wealhstod 1, so that he could provide the consolation of brotherly love for him. As soon as he entered the dwelling, Wealhstod 1 was healed from his dysentery.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  35
Tomb-making/opening (2)
 Cuthbert 1.burial: When Cuthbert 1 was committed to a fittingly glorious tomb, being interred in marble at the right side of the altar, suddenly the insistent north wind struck the monastery on all sides and the brethren chose to abandon the site rather than to undergo that danger.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  37
 Cuthbert 1.translation: Eadberht 3 decided to exhume the saint's remains in order to palace them in a graceful shrine: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  38
Visit (3)
 Cuthbert 1-Ælfflæd 2.meeting: Ælfflæd 2 asked Cuthbert 1 to meet her. He consented and set out in a boat. She asked him how long Ecgfrith 4 was to command his kingdom and he told her that he would die in one year's time.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  21
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 98: Anonymous 97 went to see Cuthbert 1 and asked him to send someone to his wife (Anonymous 98) who was dying. While Cuthbert 1 was organizing this, he realized that the woman was possessed by a demon and decided to go himself. On the way there, he told the husband not to worry as his wife would have been healed before they reached the house.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  13
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of bread from angel: In the midst of winter Cuthbert 1 received an angel who pretended to be a guest. Cuthbert 1 washed his limbs and asked him to stay there for a meal. Then, he went to look for some bread and when he came back, the angel had gone leaving three loaves of bread made with white flour.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  7
War (1)
 Cuthbert 1.revelation on end of war with Picts: Cuthbert 1 foresaw in his mind that the war between Ecgfrith 4 and the Picts was to result in a wretched end and the death of the king.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  29
Wildlife-interaction (4)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of birds and crops: After sowing some land and when an abundant crop had sprung up, some birds attempted to steal Cuthbert 1's corn, When he spoke to them, they departed and never again dared to infringe his jurisdiction.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  17
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of sea animals: On one night spent in prayer, two sea animals came out of the waters to warm Cuthbert 1's frozen feet with their fur and breath. Then they begged him to give them a blessing. One of the brethren followed him and watched these things.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  8
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the obeying ravens: Two ravens attacked Cuthbert 1's out-houses and removed thatch from the roof to use it for their nests. Cuthbert 1 warned them to stop and they departed. After three days one came back begging forgiveness and permission to return. In due course they both arrived happily and brought some pork lard as a gift for Cuthbert 1.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  18
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of food from eagle: During a journey Cuthbert 1 asked his companion (Anonymous 96) what he intended to do to take sustenance. When his companion said that he was wondering about that very thing, Cuthbert 1 invited him to trust the Lord and told him that an eagle would provide them with food.: Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  10
Bede.VitCuthbertiPr: The Life of St Cuthbert by Bed... (240)
Recorded Name (34)
Cuthbertus (34)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  Prologue
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  2
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  3
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  4
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  5
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 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  7
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
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 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  10
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  11
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  12
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  13
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  14
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  17
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 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  27
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 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  43
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  46
Personal Information (94)
intellectual (3)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1 (quick-witted)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  9 (He sought to convert the neighbouring people far and wide, sometimes riding on a horse, but more often going on foot. He preached the way of truth.)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  16 (zealous in watching and prayer)
moral (6)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  3 (venerable)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  7 (He was affable and pleasant in his manners)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  16 (He was fervid to reprove sinners, yet he was kindhearted and forebearing in pardoning the penitent)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  21 (kindly man)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  26 (venerable man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1 (of good disposition)
physical (4)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1 (He was agile by nature)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  6 (He was robust in body and sound in strength and fit for whatever labour he cared to undertake)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  16 (He wore ordinary garments)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  18 (He would wear his boots for whole months together. On account of the frequent genuflezions at prayer which he made while wearing his boots, he was found to have a long and thickish callus at the junction of his feet and his shins.)
piety (46)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  2 (the child of the Lord)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  4 (the man of the Lord)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  6 (venerable servant of the Lord)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  5 (the man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  7 (servant of the Lord)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  7 (the man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8 (champion of Christ)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  9 (He sometimes stayed away from the monastery for long periods when he was carrying out his pastoral activities)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  11 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  12 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  13 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  14 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  16 (venerable servant of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  16 (man of the Lord)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  17 (soldier of Christ)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  17 (servant of the Lord)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  18 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  19 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  19 (the most pious servant of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  19 (venerable servant of Christ)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  20 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  20 (servant of Christ)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  21 (venerable man)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  22 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  22 (He gave instructions in the way of salvation to many who came to him and showed the weakness of the devil)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  23 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  24 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  25 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  26 (he adorned the rank of bishop by his virtuous works)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  27 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  28 (servant of the Lord)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  28 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  29 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  30 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  31 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  32 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  34 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  36 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  40 (servant of Christ)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  46 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1 cap. (child of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1 (man of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  4 (servant [of Christ])
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  10 (man of God)
psychological (2)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  22 (He trembled at the thought of taking the office of bishop)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1 (He began to be steadier and more mature in mind)
reputation (6)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15 (venerable)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  16 (venerable man)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  27 (venerable)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  30 (venerable)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  31 (venerable man)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  34 (venerable father)
saintly status (22)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  Prologue (saint)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  Prologue (of blessed memory)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  Prologue (blessed man)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1 (blessed father)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  4 (youth beloved of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  10 (holy man)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15 (blessed)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  20 (blessed)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  23 (holy man)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  28 (blessed)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  31 (holiness of the servant of God)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  32 (most holy sdhepherd of the Lord's flock)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  33 (most holy father)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  34 (holy man)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  41 (blessed father)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  42 (holy man)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  43 (blessed father)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  46 (venerable father)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  46 (saint)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  40 (venerable body of the father)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  Prologue (pious memory of the most holy father)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1 (most holy )
stated health (5)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  2 (His knee was afflicted by a sudden torment and began to swell)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8 (He was stricken down with a plague)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8 (As the swelling gradually left the surface of his body, it sank into the inward parts. Throughout his life he continued to feel some inward pains.)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37 (he was ill for three weeks, from a Wednesday to a Wednesday)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37 (He had an ulcer on his foot)
Education (2)
 In seven days Cuthbert went through the book of the evangelist John with Boisil 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
 Boisil brought Cuthbert up: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  22
 He received from Boisil 1 a knowledge of the Scriptures and the example of good works: Bede.HE  iv.27
Office (25)
Bishop (21)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  5
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  22
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  24
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  24
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Guest-master (1)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  7
Priest (1)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1
Prior (2)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  9
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  16
Occupation (9)
Brother (1)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  6
Hermit (6)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  17
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  17
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  34
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  36
Monk (1)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1
Shepherd (1)
 Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  4
Personal Relationship (10)
Cuthbert 1 Beloved (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Ælfflæd 2: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  23
~ Beloved (General relationship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Hildmer 1: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15
~ Brother (Honorific kinship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Hereberht 3: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  28
~ Companion (General relationship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Anonymi 218: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  4
Cuthbert 1 Father (Honorific kinship) of ~ (3)
 of Bede 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  Prologue
 of Anonymi 224: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  Prologue
 of Eadfrith 3: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  Prologue
~ Friend (General relationship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Hereberht 3: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  28
Cuthbert 1 Lord (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Ælfflæd 2: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  34
~ Mother (Honorific kinship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Censwith 1: of Cuthbert 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  14
Event (63)
Animal-tending (1)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of bishop’s soul: While Cuthbert 1 was looking after the flocks committed to his care, he had a vision of a soul of exceeding brightness being carried to heaven.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  4
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (1)
 Cuthbert 1.elevation to episcopacy: Cuthbert 1 was elected bishop of Lindisfarne in a council presided by Theodore 1 and in the presence of Ecgfrith 4.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  24
Ascetic practices/fasting/resisting temptation (2)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of two otters: At night Cuthbert 1 would go out to pray. One night a brother of the monastery (Anonymous 48) followed him to the sea-shore. He saw Cuthbert go down to the sea and into deep water. At daybreak he went up on to the land and began to pray once more. At that point two otters came out from the sea and began to warm his feet with their breath and dry them with their fur.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  10
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the phantom fire: While Cuthbert 1 was preaching to a crowd he foresaw that the devil would be present to hinder the work of salvation. Slightly later a phantom fire set light to a house nearby. Almost the whole crowd tried to go to extinguish it, until the phantom fire vanished, thanks to Cuthbert 1's prayer.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  13
Blessing (1)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Hildmer 1: Hildmer 1 was very ill and many of his friends (Anonymi 237) came to visit him. One of them (Anonymous 66) suddenly remembered he had some bread with him that Cuthbert 1 had recently blessed and given to him. They filled a cup with water and put some bread in it.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  31
Building construction/restoration (1)
 Cuthbert 1.building dwelling-place on Farne: After driving out the demons from Farne Island Cuthbert 1 made himself a dwelling place.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  17
Burial (2)
 Cuthbert 1.burial: After his death, Cuthbert 1's body was placed on the ship, and taken to Lindisfarne. It was received by a great company who came to meet it. They placed it in a stone sarcophagus in the church of the blessed apostle Peter on the right side of the altar.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  40
 Herefrith 1-Cuthbert 1.discussion on burial: Herefrith 1 and some other brethren convinced Cuthbert 1 to be buried in Lindisfarne.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37
Church/monastery/minster foundation/dedication/restoration (2)
 Cuthbert 1.preaching: Cuthbert 1 went to dedicate a church in a monastery near Carlisle. When his sermon seemed to be over, he started again, encouraging the monks (Anonymi 235) to stand fast in the faith, so that if any tribulation came upon them, it might find them prepared.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  27
 Eata 2.foundation of Ripon monastery: Eata 2 took with him some of the brethren of Melrose (including Cuthbert 1) and founded a monastery at Ripon, instituting there the same rules of discipline as were observed at Melrose.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  7
Confiscation (1)
 Eata 2-Cuthbert 1-others.going back to Melrose: The site of Ripon was given to other monks (Anonymi 231) and Eata 2, Cuthbert 1 and other brethren (Anonymi 230) were driven home.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
Council-meeting, ecclesiastical (1)
 Cuthbert 1.elevation to episcopacy: Cuthbert 1 was elected bishop of Lindisfarne in a council presided by Theodore 1 and in the presence of Ecgfrith 4.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  24
Culting/venerating saint(s) (1)
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 84: A paralytic youth (Anonymous 84) was sent to Lindisfarne from a monastery not far away. He received the help of the skilled physicians of Lindisfarne, who however could do nothing to heal him. When he asked his servant (Anonymous 85) for some of Cuthbert 1's relics, he was given the shoes which had been in the sepulchre. When he wore them, he fell asleep and was subsequently healed.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  45
Death/dying (1)
 Cuthbert 1.death: Cuthbert 1 was attacked by a sudden illness and died.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37-40
Decision-making (1)
 Herefrith 1-Cuthbert 1.discussion on burial: Herefrith 1 and some other brethren convinced Cuthbert 1 to be buried in Lindisfarne.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (3)
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the phantom fire: While Cuthbert 1 was preaching to a crowd he foresaw that the devil would be present to hinder the work of salvation. Slightly later a phantom fire set light to a house nearby. Almost the whole crowd tried to go to extinguish it, until the phantom fire vanished, thanks to Cuthbert 1's prayer.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  13
 Cuthbert 1.vision of bishop’s soul: While Cuthbert 1 was looking after the flocks committed to his care, he had a vision of a soul of exceeding brightness being carried to heaven.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  4
 Cuthbert 1.vision of soul of Hadwald 1: While Cuthbert 1 was having his meal, he suddenly stopped eating. When he was asked what he was contemplating, he finally replied that he had seen the soul of a holy man being carried by the angels.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  34
Drinking (1)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of water tasting like wine: After his midday rest, Cuthbert 1 asked for something to drink. They tried to offer him wine or beer, but he wanted water. After he had drank some of it a servant noticed that the water had started tasting like wine.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  35
Eating (3)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Hildmer 1: Hildmer 1 was very ill and many of his friends (Anonymi 237) came to visit him. One of them (Anonymous 66) suddenly remembered he had some bread with him that Cuthbert 1 had recently blessed and given to him. They filled a cup with water and put some bread in it.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  31
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of goose and sea: After some brothers (Anonymi 239) had visited him, Cuthbert 1 told them to eat a certain goose hanging on the wall. But they did not obey him and for seven days they had to remain on the island because of the raging sea.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  36
 Cuthbert 1.vision of soul of Hadwald 1: While Cuthbert 1 was having his meal, he suddenly stopped eating. When he was asked what he was contemplating, he finally replied that he had seen the soul of a holy man being carried by the angels.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  34
Education/teaching (1)
 Eata 2.sending Cuthbert 1 to Lindisfarne: Eata 2 sent Cuthbert 1 from Melrose to Lindisfarne, in order that there also he might both teach the rule of monastic perfection by his authority as prior and illustrate it by the example of his virtue.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  16
Exhumation (1)
 Cuthbert 1.translation: Cuthbert 1 put into the hearts of his brethren to take his bones and to put them in a light chest in the same place, but above the floor. Eadberht 3 agreed and told them to do that on the anniversary of his burial. When they opened the grave, they found his body to be intact and whole.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  42
Exorcism (3)
 Cuthbert 1.building dwelling-place on Farne: After driving out the demons from Farne Island Cuthbert 1 made himself a dwelling place.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  17
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Eadswith 1: When Cuthbert 1 and Hildmer 1 arrived at the latter's house, his wife (Anonymous 29) ran to greet Cuthbert 1 and she took his horse by the bridle as Cuthbert 1 had prophesied.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15, 31
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 24: A demoniac boy (Anonymous 24), who could not be healed by a priest (Tydi 2) sent form Lindisfarne, was taken to the monastery by his father (Anonymous 25). There the holy martyrs of God would not grant him any cure. Then, another priest (Cynemund 3) took a small particle of earth on which water had been poured when Cuthbert 1's dead body had been washed. He put the earth in water, brought it to the patient and poured it into his mouth.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  41
Friendship-making (1)
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.prophecy on their deaths: When Cuthbert 1 told Hereberht 3 that they would not meet again in the secular world, Hereberht 3 said he wanted to leave the world with Cuthbert 1. After Cuthbert 1 had prayed for a while, he told him their request had been granted and they would die on the same day.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  28
Grant and Gift (1)
 Eata 2-Cuthbert 1-others.going back to Melrose: The site of Ripon was given to other monks (Anonymi 231) and Eata 2, Cuthbert 1 and other brethren (Anonymi 230) were driven home.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
Healing (13)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 39: Cuthbert 1 came to the house of Hemma 1, whose wife was very ill. : Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  29
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 41: Cuthbert 1 came to some mountainous regions where there were no churches. They built some tents for him. When he had been preaching there for two days, some women (Anonymi 211) took to him upon a pallet a youth (Anonymous 41) who was seriously ill.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  32
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 55: When Anonymous 55 was suffering from an intolerable pain in the head, Ælfflæd 2 went to visit her and gave her the linen girdle she had received from Cuthbert 1. Anonymous 55 had it bound around her head and on the same day the pain departed.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  23
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 58: Sibba 1 asked Cuthbert 1 to go and visit his household. There a servant of his (Anonymous 58) was ill. Cuthbert 1 healed him.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  25
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 65: Cuthbert 1 came to a village where there were some nuns to whom he had given a place of abode. One of them (Anonymous 65) was very ill. He had pity on her and anointed her with holy oil.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  30
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 70: Coming to one village Cuthbert 1 asked Tydi 2 whether there was anyone else he could help. His priest pointed at a woman (Anonymous 69) whose son (Anonymous 70) was very ill.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  33
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Eadswith 1: When Cuthbert 1 and Hildmer 1 arrived at the latter's house, his wife (Anonymous 29) ran to greet Cuthbert 1 and she took his horse by the bridle as Cuthbert 1 had prophesied.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15, 31
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Hildmer 1: Hildmer 1 was very ill and many of his friends (Anonymi 237) came to visit him. One of them (Anonymous 66) suddenly remembered he had some bread with him that Cuthbert 1 had recently blessed and given to him. They filled a cup with water and put some bread in it.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  31
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Wealhstod 1: While ministering to Cuthbert 1, Wealhstod 1 was healed from his diarrhoea by simply touching the bishop.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  38
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: Cuthbert 1 was stricken down with a plague. But after the brethren (Anonymi 232) had spent a whole night praying for him, on the following morning, when he heard about that, he immediately arose and began to try to walk. As his strength grew from day to day, he recovered his health.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Ælfflæd 2: When Ælfflæd 2 was ill, she wished she had something belonging to Cuthbert 1 in order to be speedily healed. Not long afterwards there came one (Anonymous 54) who brought her a linen girdle which he had sent. She girded herself with it and in the morning she was able to stand erect and on the third day she was entirely restored to health.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  23
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 24: A demoniac boy (Anonymous 24), who could not be healed by a priest (Tydi 2) sent form Lindisfarne, was taken to the monastery by his father (Anonymous 25). There the holy martyrs of God would not grant him any cure. Then, another priest (Cynemund 3) took a small particle of earth on which water had been poured when Cuthbert 1's dead body had been washed. He put the earth in water, brought it to the patient and poured it into his mouth.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  41
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 84: A paralytic youth (Anonymous 84) was sent to Lindisfarne from a monastery not far away. He received the help of the skilled physicians of Lindisfarne, who however could do nothing to heal him. When he asked his servant (Anonymous 85) for some of Cuthbert 1's relics, he was given the shoes which had been in the sepulchre. When he wore them, he fell asleep and was subsequently healed.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  45
Horse-using/giving/acquisition/riding (3)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Eadswith 1: When Cuthbert 1 and Hildmer 1 arrived at the latter's house, his wife (Anonymous 29) ran to greet Cuthbert 1 and she took his horse by the bridle as Cuthbert 1 had prophesied.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15, 31
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: While afflicted by a swelling in the knee, one day Cuthbert 1 was lying in the open air. He suddenly saw a horseman coming from afar and dressed in white robes. When he approached he asked Cuthbert 1 whether he was willing to minister to a stranger. Cuthbert 1 told him about his trouble and the man advised him to boil some wheaten flour in milk and spread the poultice while hot upon the swelling.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  2
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of food from roof: During his journey Cuthbert 1 first stopped at the house of a certain religious housewife (Anonymous 46), who wanted to give him some food. He refused because he was fasting until the ninth hour on Fridays. As he went on with his journey he realised he could not find any place where he could stop for some food. But when his horse dragged some straw from the roof of a hut, he found half a loaf still warm and some meat.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  5
Hospitality (3)
 Cuthbert 1.arrival at Melrose: Upon his arrival at Melrose Cuthbert 1 was welcome by Boisil 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  6
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of bread from angel: One morning Cuthbert 1 found a youth sitting within the guests' chamber. After ministering to him, he asked him to stay until the third hour so that he could be given some food. When he brought some food, he asked the youth to wait until he got some bread. When he came back, he could not find the youth, but some fresh bread had been left in the store-house. Cuthbert then recognised that the youth was an angel.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  7
 Cuthbert 1.visit to Coldingham: Æbbe 2 invited Cuthbert 1 to Coldingham. He went and stayed for some days.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  10
Illness/demonic seizure/madness (13)
 Cuthbert 1-Hildmer 1.riding to wife of Hildmer 1: Hildmer 1 went to call Cuthbert 1 and asked him to send a priest for his wife who was seriously ill. She was actually possessed by a demon, but Hildmer 1 was ashamed to tell Cuthbert 1 about that. As the latter was looking for a priest to send, he realized the nature of her illness and decided to go himself.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15
 Cuthbert 1.death: Cuthbert 1 was attacked by a sudden illness and died.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37-40
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 39: Cuthbert 1 came to the house of Hemma 1, whose wife was very ill. : Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  29
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 41: Cuthbert 1 came to some mountainous regions where there were no churches. They built some tents for him. When he had been preaching there for two days, some women (Anonymi 211) took to him upon a pallet a youth (Anonymous 41) who was seriously ill.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  32
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 55: When Anonymous 55 was suffering from an intolerable pain in the head, Ælfflæd 2 went to visit her and gave her the linen girdle she had received from Cuthbert 1. Anonymous 55 had it bound around her head and on the same day the pain departed.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  23
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 58: Sibba 1 asked Cuthbert 1 to go and visit his household. There a servant of his (Anonymous 58) was ill. Cuthbert 1 healed him.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  25
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 65: Cuthbert 1 came to a village where there were some nuns to whom he had given a place of abode. One of them (Anonymous 65) was very ill. He had pity on her and anointed her with holy oil.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  30
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 70: Coming to one village Cuthbert 1 asked Tydi 2 whether there was anyone else he could help. His priest pointed at a woman (Anonymous 69) whose son (Anonymous 70) was very ill.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  33
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Hildmer 1: Hildmer 1 was very ill and many of his friends (Anonymi 237) came to visit him. One of them (Anonymous 66) suddenly remembered he had some bread with him that Cuthbert 1 had recently blessed and given to him. They filled a cup with water and put some bread in it.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  31
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Wealhstod 1: While ministering to Cuthbert 1, Wealhstod 1 was healed from his diarrhoea by simply touching the bishop.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  38
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: While afflicted by a swelling in the knee, one day Cuthbert 1 was lying in the open air. He suddenly saw a horseman coming from afar and dressed in white robes. When he approached he asked Cuthbert 1 whether he was willing to minister to a stranger. Cuthbert 1 told him about his trouble and the man advised him to boil some wheaten flour in milk and spread the poultice while hot upon the swelling.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  2
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Ælfflæd 2: When Ælfflæd 2 was ill, she wished she had something belonging to Cuthbert 1 in order to be speedily healed. Not long afterwards there came one (Anonymous 54) who brought her a linen girdle which he had sent. She girded herself with it and in the morning she was able to stand erect and on the third day she was entirely restored to health.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  23
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 24: A demoniac boy (Anonymous 24), who could not be healed by a priest (Tydi 2) sent form Lindisfarne, was taken to the monastery by his father (Anonymous 25). There the holy martyrs of God would not grant him any cure. Then, another priest (Cynemund 3) took a small particle of earth on which water had been poured when Cuthbert 1's dead body had been washed. He put the earth in water, brought it to the patient and poured it into his mouth.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  41
Journey (10)
 Cuthbert 1-Hildmer 1.riding to wife of Hildmer 1: Hildmer 1 went to call Cuthbert 1 and asked him to send a priest for his wife who was seriously ill. She was actually possessed by a demon, but Hildmer 1 was ashamed to tell Cuthbert 1 about that. As the latter was looking for a priest to send, he realized the nature of her illness and decided to go himself.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15
 Cuthbert 1-others.journey to land of Niduari: Cuthbert 1, with two brethren (Tydi 2 and Anonymous 35), went by boat to the land of the Picts called Niduari. They did not take much food with them in view of an early return.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  11
 Cuthbert 1.arrival at Melrose: Upon his arrival at Melrose Cuthbert 1 was welcome by Boisil 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  6
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of food from roof: During his journey Cuthbert 1 first stopped at the house of a certain religious housewife (Anonymous 46), who wanted to give him some food. He refused because he was fasting until the ninth hour on Fridays. As he went on with his journey he realised he could not find any place where he could stop for some food. But when his horse dragged some straw from the roof of a hut, he found half a loaf still warm and some meat.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  5
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the rafts: Some monks (Anonymi 227) were bringing from afar in rafts wood for their monastery. A sudden storm of wind dragged their rafts away. Cuthbert 1, who was on the other side of the river with a crowd of common people, started to pray, changed the winds by prayer and brought the rafts safe to land.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  3
 Cuthbert 1.post-mortem healing of Anonymous 84: A paralytic youth (Anonymous 84) was sent to Lindisfarne from a monastery not far away. He received the help of the skilled physicians of Lindisfarne, who however could do nothing to heal him. When he asked his servant (Anonymous 85) for some of Cuthbert 1's relics, he was given the shoes which had been in the sepulchre. When he wore them, he fell asleep and was subsequently healed.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  45
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on his death: While Cuthbert 1 was going back to his dwelling-place he told the brethren in Lindisfarne that they would see him again when they brought his body back there.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on wife of Hildmer 1: When Cuthbert 1 and Hildmer 1 were on their way to the latter's wife's, Hildmer 1 started to weep as he was afraid that Cuthbert 1 would find out the nature of his wife's illness. Cuthbert 1 consoled him and prophesied her healing in detail.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15
 Eata 2-Cuthbert 1-others.going back to Melrose: The site of Ripon was given to other monks (Anonymi 231) and Eata 2, Cuthbert 1 and other brethren (Anonymi 230) were driven home.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
 Ecgfrith 4-Trumwine 1.leading Cuthbert 1 away from Farne Island: Since Cuthbert 1 could by no means be dragged from his place, Ecgfrith 4 and Trumwine 1 (together with many other religious and powerful men) sailed to his island and at last they drew him from his retirement.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  24
Medical treatment/sick-care/cautery (2)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 65: Cuthbert 1 came to a village where there were some nuns to whom he had given a place of abode. One of them (Anonymous 65) was very ill. He had pity on her and anointed her with holy oil.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  30
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: While afflicted by a swelling in the knee, one day Cuthbert 1 was lying in the open air. He suddenly saw a horseman coming from afar and dressed in white robes. When he approached he asked Cuthbert 1 whether he was willing to minister to a stranger. Cuthbert 1 told him about his trouble and the man advised him to boil some wheaten flour in milk and spread the poultice while hot upon the swelling.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  2
Meeting (3)
 Cuthbert 1-Ælfflæd 2.meeting: Ælfflæd 2 sent for Cuthbert 1 and asked him to meet her on Coquet Island.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  24
 Eata 2-Cuthbert 1.meeting at Melrose: Eata 2 summoned Cuthbert 1, bidding him come to Melrose to have converse there.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  25
 Herefrith 1-Cuthbert 1.discussion on burial: Herefrith 1 and some other brethren convinced Cuthbert 1 to be buried in Lindisfarne.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37
Military strategy (1)
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the phantom fire: While Cuthbert 1 was preaching to a crowd he foresaw that the devil would be present to hinder the work of salvation. Slightly later a phantom fire set light to a house nearby. Almost the whole crowd tried to go to extinguish it, until the phantom fire vanished, thanks to Cuthbert 1's prayer.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  13
Miracle (12)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of birds and crops: After trying unsuccessfully to grow wheat, Cuthbert 1 asked the brethren (Anonymi 233) who visited him to take some barley, to see if that may produce a crop. It brought forth a very abundant crop, but when it began to ripen some birds came and eagerly set about consuming it. He approached them and asked them to leave. They departed immediately.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  19
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of bread from angel: One morning Cuthbert 1 found a youth sitting within the guests' chamber. After ministering to him, he asked him to stay until the third hour so that he could be given some food. When he brought some food, he asked the youth to wait until he got some bread. When he came back, he could not find the youth, but some fresh bread had been left in the store-house. Cuthbert then recognised that the youth was an angel.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  7
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of food from roof: During his journey Cuthbert 1 first stopped at the house of a certain religious housewife (Anonymous 46), who wanted to give him some food. He refused because he was fasting until the ninth hour on Fridays. As he went on with his journey he realised he could not find any place where he could stop for some food. But when his horse dragged some straw from the roof of a hut, he found half a loaf still warm and some meat.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  5
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of goose and sea: After some brothers (Anonymi 239) had visited him, Cuthbert 1 told them to eat a certain goose hanging on the wall. But they did not obey him and for seven days they had to remain on the island because of the raging sea.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  36
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of house saved from fire: While Cuthbert 1 was visiting his nurse (Censwith 1) in a village, a house in the eastern quarter of the village caught fire. Then the woman asked Cuthbert 1 to help by his prayer.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  14
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the dolphin flesh: After having reached the land of the Niduari, a fierce tempest arose, which prevented their return. As Cuthbert 1 and the two brothers (Tydi 2 and Anonymous 35) did not have food with them, they languished for some days amid the dangers of hunger and of cold. When the day of Epiphany was at hand, Cuthbert 1 encouraged his two companions to pray the Lord for food. They went down to the shore and found three pieces of dolphin flesh.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  11
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the obeying ravens: Cuthbert 1 reproached some ravens which were taking the straw from his roof for their nests. After three days one of them came back asking for his pardon.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  20
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the rafts: Some monks (Anonymi 227) were bringing from afar in rafts wood for their monastery. A sudden storm of wind dragged their rafts away. Cuthbert 1, who was on the other side of the river with a crowd of common people, started to pray, changed the winds by prayer and brought the rafts safe to land.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  3
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the water: When some brethren (Anonymi 233) were visiting, they prayed God for water as Cuthbert 1's dwelling-place was lacking in it. They dug in the midst of his dwelling a pit, and on the next day they found it full of water which came from within.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  18
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the wood from the sea: When his visitors (Anonymi 233) forgot about the timber Cuthbert 1 had asked them for, the night tide carried up some timber of the required length and placed it over the very spot whereon it was to be set for the building.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  21
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of two otters: At night Cuthbert 1 would go out to pray. One night a brother of the monastery (Anonymous 48) followed him to the sea-shore. He saw Cuthbert go down to the sea and into deep water. At daybreak he went up on to the land and began to pray once more. At that point two otters came out from the sea and began to warm his feet with their breath and dry them with their fur.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  10
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of water tasting like wine: After his midday rest, Cuthbert 1 asked for something to drink. They tried to offer him wine or beer, but he wanted water. After he had drank some of it a servant noticed that the water had started tasting like wine.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  35
Monastic life, converting to/joining/oblation (2)
 Cuthbert 1.second visit to Carlisle: Cuthbert 1 went to order some priests there and to confer upon the queen herself the garb of the consecrated life.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  28
 Cuthbert 1.tonsure at Melrose: A few days after Cuthbert 1's arrival at Melrose, Eata 2 arrived. Boisil 1 told him about Cuthbert 1's intentions and obtained permission from him for Cuthbert 1 to receive the tonsure and to join the fellowship of the brethren.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  6
Pastoral activities/preaching (4)
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 41: Cuthbert 1 came to some mountainous regions where there were no churches. They built some tents for him. When he had been preaching there for two days, some women (Anonymi 211) took to him upon a pallet a youth (Anonymous 41) who was seriously ill.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  32
 Cuthbert 1.preaching: Cuthbert 1 went to dedicate a church in a monastery near Carlisle. When his sermon seemed to be over, he started again, encouraging the monks (Anonymi 235) to stand fast in the faith, so that if any tribulation came upon them, it might find them prepared.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  27
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the phantom fire: While Cuthbert 1 was preaching to a crowd he foresaw that the devil would be present to hinder the work of salvation. Slightly later a phantom fire set light to a house nearby. Almost the whole crowd tried to go to extinguish it, until the phantom fire vanished, thanks to Cuthbert 1's prayer.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  13
 Eata 2.sending Cuthbert 1 to Lindisfarne: Eata 2 sent Cuthbert 1 from Melrose to Lindisfarne, in order that there also he might both teach the rule of monastic perfection by his authority as prior and illustrate it by the example of his virtue.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  16
Praying (7)
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.prophecy on their deaths: When Cuthbert 1 told Hereberht 3 that they would not meet again in the secular world, Hereberht 3 said he wanted to leave the world with Cuthbert 1. After Cuthbert 1 had prayed for a while, he told him their request had been granted and they would die on the same day.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  28
 Cuthbert 1.healing of his infirmity: Cuthbert 1 was stricken down with a plague. But after the brethren (Anonymi 232) had spent a whole night praying for him, on the following morning, when he heard about that, he immediately arose and began to try to walk. As his strength grew from day to day, he recovered his health.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of house saved from fire: While Cuthbert 1 was visiting his nurse (Censwith 1) in a village, a house in the eastern quarter of the village caught fire. Then the woman asked Cuthbert 1 to help by his prayer.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  14
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the dolphin flesh: After having reached the land of the Niduari, a fierce tempest arose, which prevented their return. As Cuthbert 1 and the two brothers (Tydi 2 and Anonymous 35) did not have food with them, they languished for some days amid the dangers of hunger and of cold. When the day of Epiphany was at hand, Cuthbert 1 encouraged his two companions to pray the Lord for food. They went down to the shore and found three pieces of dolphin flesh.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  11
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the rafts: Some monks (Anonymi 227) were bringing from afar in rafts wood for their monastery. A sudden storm of wind dragged their rafts away. Cuthbert 1, who was on the other side of the river with a crowd of common people, started to pray, changed the winds by prayer and brought the rafts safe to land.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  3
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of two otters: At night Cuthbert 1 would go out to pray. One night a brother of the monastery (Anonymous 48) followed him to the sea-shore. He saw Cuthbert go down to the sea and into deep water. At daybreak he went up on to the land and began to pray once more. At that point two otters came out from the sea and began to warm his feet with their breath and dry them with their fur.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  10
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the phantom fire: While Cuthbert 1 was preaching to a crowd he foresaw that the devil would be present to hinder the work of salvation. Slightly later a phantom fire set light to a house nearby. Almost the whole crowd tried to go to extinguish it, until the phantom fire vanished, thanks to Cuthbert 1's prayer.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  13
Prophecy (14)
 Anonymous 29.prophecy on episcopate of Cuthbert 1: While Cuthbert 1 was playing with other children, and they were as usual twisting their limbs into various unnatural contortions, a little boy (Anonymous 29) ran up to Cuthbert 1 and exhorted him not to indulge in idle games. When Cuthbert 1 scorned him, the child began to cry and subsequently told Cuthbert 1 he was going to become a priest and a bishop.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1
 Boisil 1.prophecies on pestilence: Boisil 1 predicted that Cuthbert 1 would not die from the pestilence, whereas he himself would in seven days. He had also predicted the pestilence to his abbot Eata 2 three years before it appeared, but he declared that the abbot himself would not die of this but rather of dysentery.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
 Boisil 1.prophecy on episcopate of Cuthbert 1: Boisil 1 suggested to Cuthbert 1 that he would be made bishop.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8, 22
 Cuthbert 1-Hereberht 3.prophecy on their deaths: When Cuthbert 1 told Hereberht 3 that they would not meet again in the secular world, Hereberht 3 said he wanted to leave the world with Cuthbert 1. After Cuthbert 1 had prayed for a while, he told him their request had been granted and they would die on the same day.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  28
 Cuthbert 1-Hildmer 1.riding to wife of Hildmer 1: Hildmer 1 went to call Cuthbert 1 and asked him to send a priest for his wife who was seriously ill. She was actually possessed by a demon, but Hildmer 1 was ashamed to tell Cuthbert 1 about that. As the latter was looking for a priest to send, he realized the nature of her illness and decided to go himself.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Eadswith 1: When Cuthbert 1 and Hildmer 1 arrived at the latter's house, his wife (Anonymous 29) ran to greet Cuthbert 1 and she took his horse by the bridle as Cuthbert 1 had prophesied.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15, 31
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of food from eagle: While Cuthbert 1 was travelling with a youth (Anonymous 51), they started wondering where they should get some food. Seeing an eagle fly, Cuthbert 1 told the boy that it was possible that God would refresh them even by the ministration of that eagle.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  12
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the phantom fire: While Cuthbert 1 was preaching to a crowd he foresaw that the devil would be present to hinder the work of salvation. Slightly later a phantom fire set light to a house nearby. Almost the whole crowd tried to go to extinguish it, until the phantom fire vanished, thanks to Cuthbert 1's prayer.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  13
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of the sea: After finding the dolphin's flesh, Cuthbert 1 prophesied that the sea would get calm in three days.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  11
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on heir of Ecgfrith 4: Ælfflæd 2 asked Cuthbert 1 who would be Ecgfrith 4's heir. He replied that the heir would come from one of the islands.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  24
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on his death: While Cuthbert 1 was going back to his dwelling-place he told the brethren in Lindisfarne that they would see him again when they brought his body back there.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on his episcopate: Ælfflæd 2 asked Cuthbert 1 whether he would accept the bishopric that he was going to be offered. He replied that he could not escape anywhere from the decree of the Ruler of Heaven. He also added that after no more than two years in the episcopate he would be sent back to his solitude.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  24
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy on wife of Hildmer 1: When Cuthbert 1 and Hildmer 1 were on their way to the latter's wife's, Hildmer 1 started to weep as he was afraid that Cuthbert 1 would find out the nature of his wife's illness. Cuthbert 1 consoled him and prophesied her healing in detail.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  15
 Cuthbert 1.vision of soul of Hadwald 1: While Cuthbert 1 was having his meal, he suddenly stopped eating. When he was asked what he was contemplating, he finally replied that he had seen the soul of a holy man being carried by the angels.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  34
Relics-collecting/depositing/granting (1)
 Cuthbert 1.translation: Cuthbert 1 put into the hearts of his brethren to take his bones and to put them in a light chest in the same place, but above the floor. Eadberht 3 agreed and told them to do that on the anniversary of his burial. When they opened the grave, they found his body to be intact and whole.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  42
Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating (1)
 Cuthbert 1.translation: Cuthbert 1 put into the hearts of his brethren to take his bones and to put them in a light chest in the same place, but above the floor. Eadberht 3 agreed and told them to do that on the anniversary of his burial. When they opened the grave, they found his body to be intact and whole.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  42
Religious practice (2)
 Eata 2.foundation of Ripon monastery: Eata 2 took with him some of the brethren of Melrose (including Cuthbert 1) and founded a monastery at Ripon, instituting there the same rules of discipline as were observed at Melrose.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  7
 Eata 2.sending Cuthbert 1 to Lindisfarne: Eata 2 sent Cuthbert 1 from Melrose to Lindisfarne, in order that there also he might both teach the rule of monastic perfection by his authority as prior and illustrate it by the example of his virtue.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  16
Tonsuring (1)
 Cuthbert 1.tonsure at Melrose: A few days after Cuthbert 1's arrival at Melrose, Eata 2 arrived. Boisil 1 told him about Cuthbert 1's intentions and obtained permission from him for Cuthbert 1 to receive the tonsure and to join the fellowship of the brethren.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  6
Visit (13)
 Anonymi 233.visit to Cuthbert 1: When Anonymi 233 went to visit Cuthbert 1, the latter complained he could not consider himself to be free from the snares of a deceptive world.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  8
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 39: Cuthbert 1 came to the house of Hemma 1, whose wife was very ill. : Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  29
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 55: When Anonymous 55 was suffering from an intolerable pain in the head, Ælfflæd 2 went to visit her and gave her the linen girdle she had received from Cuthbert 1. Anonymous 55 had it bound around her head and on the same day the pain departed.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  23
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Anonymous 58: Sibba 1 asked Cuthbert 1 to go and visit his household. There a servant of his (Anonymous 58) was ill. Cuthbert 1 healed him.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  25
 Cuthbert 1.healing of Hildmer 1: Hildmer 1 was very ill and many of his friends (Anonymi 237) came to visit him. One of them (Anonymous 66) suddenly remembered he had some bread with him that Cuthbert 1 had recently blessed and given to him. They filled a cup with water and put some bread in it.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  31
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of goose and sea: After some brothers (Anonymi 239) had visited him, Cuthbert 1 told them to eat a certain goose hanging on the wall. But they did not obey him and for seven days they had to remain on the island because of the raging sea.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  36
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the wood from the sea: When his visitors (Anonymi 233) forgot about the timber Cuthbert 1 had asked them for, the night tide carried up some timber of the required length and placed it over the very spot whereon it was to be set for the building.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  21
 Cuthbert 1.second visit to Carlisle: Cuthbert 1 went to order some priests there and to confer upon the queen herself the garb of the consecrated life.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  28
 Cuthbert 1.visit to Carlisle: Cuthbert 1 went to Carlisle to speak to the queen (Eormenburg 1).: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  27 (685)
 Cuthbert 1.visit to Coldingham: Æbbe 2 invited Cuthbert 1 to Coldingham. He went and stayed for some days.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  10
 Eata 2-Cuthbert 1.meeting at Melrose: Eata 2 summoned Cuthbert 1, bidding him come to Melrose to have converse there.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  25
 Herefrith 1-others.visit to Cuthbert: Herefrith 1 and some brethren (Anonymi 240) went to visit Cuthbert 1.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37
 Herefrith 1.second visit to Cuthbert 1: After five days of tempest, Herefrith 1 went to see Cuthbert 1 again.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37
Wildlife-interaction (4)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of birds and crops: After trying unsuccessfully to grow wheat, Cuthbert 1 asked the brethren (Anonymi 233) who visited him to take some barley, to see if that may produce a crop. It brought forth a very abundant crop, but when it began to ripen some birds came and eagerly set about consuming it. He approached them and asked them to leave. They departed immediately.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  19
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of the obeying ravens: Cuthbert 1 reproached some ravens which were taking the straw from his roof for their nests. After three days one of them came back asking for his pardon.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  20
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of two otters: At night Cuthbert 1 would go out to pray. One night a brother of the monastery (Anonymous 48) followed him to the sea-shore. He saw Cuthbert go down to the sea and into deep water. At daybreak he went up on to the land and began to pray once more. At that point two otters came out from the sea and began to warm his feet with their breath and dry them with their fur.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  10
 Cuthbert 1.prophecy of food from eagle: While Cuthbert 1 was travelling with a youth (Anonymous 51), they started wondering where they should get some food. Seeing an eagle fly, Cuthbert 1 told the boy that it was possible that God would refresh them even by the ministration of that eagle.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  12
Factoids linked indirectly to Cuthbert 1 (3)
Education (1)
 Hereberht 3: He used to come to Cuthbert 1 every year and receive teaching from him concerning his everlasting salvation.: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  28
Occupation (2)
Nurse of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Censwith 1: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  14
Servant of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Æthelwald 7: Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  30
Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi: The Life of Saint Oswald (4)
Recorded Name (1)
Cuthberhtus (1)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.16
Personal Information (1)
saintly status (1)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.16 (most holy man)
Occupation (1)
Monk (1)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.16
Event (1)
Miracle (1)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of sea: When boats were being tossed about on the sea, Cuthbert 1, stationed on the shore, fell to prayer at once. The wind changed direction and turned the boats towards the shore.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.16
Praying (1)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of sea: When boats were being tossed about on the sea, Cuthbert 1, stationed on the shore, fell to prayer at once. The wind changed direction and turned the boats towards the shore.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.16
CalendHampson: Metrical Calendar of Hampson (3)
Recorded Name (1)
Cuthberhtus (1)
 CalendHampson  79
Personal Information (1)
saintly status (1)
 CalendHampson  79 (Saint)
Event (1)
Commemoration of saint/calendar-entering (1)
 Cuthbert 1.calendar commemoration: Saint Cuthbert 1 ascends into heaven on the thirteenth [kalends of April = 20 March]: CalendHampson  79
Death/dying (1)
 Cuthbert 1.calendar commemoration: Saint Cuthbert 1 ascends into heaven on the thirteenth [kalends of April = 20 March]: CalendHampson  79
CalendRamsey: Metrical Calendar of Ramsey (2)
Recorded Name (1)
Cuthbertus (1)
 CalendRamsey  35
Event (1)
Commemoration of saint/calendar-entering (1)
 Cuthbert 1.calendar commemoration: Cuthbert 1 held the thirteenth kalends [= 20 March].: CalendRamsey  35
CalMetrEbor: 'Metrical Calendar of York' (1)
Event (1)
Commemoration of saint/calendar-entering (1)
 Cuthbert 1.commemoration on 20 March: Cuthbert 1 held the 13th kalends of March [= 20 March].: CalMetrEbor  15
Ealdred.Coloph.DurhamColl2: Subsidiary colophon to Durham,... (3)
Recorded Name (1)
Cudbertus (1)
 Ealdred.Coloph.DurhamColl2   
Personal Information (1)
saintly status (1)
 Ealdred.Coloph.DurhamColl2    (holy)
Event (1)
Grant and Gift (1)
 Cuthbert 1.grant to Ealdred 1: Almighty God and Mary and Helen and St Cuthbert 1 granted ... to Ealdred 1.: Ealdred.Coloph.DurhamColl2  p. 39 no. 15
Ealdred.Coloph.LindGosp2: Colophon to London, British Li... (4)
Recorded Name (2)
Cuðberht (1)
 Ealdred.Coloph.LindGosp2  p. 341 (3)
Cuðberhtus (1)
 Ealdred.Coloph.LindGosp2   
Personal Information (1)
saintly status (1)
 Ealdred.Coloph.LindGosp2  p. 341 (3) (Saint)
Event (1)
Book circulating/making/reading/translating/writing (1)
 Ealdred 1.gifts to Anonymi 2032 and St Cuthbert 1: Ealdred 1 assigned each of the Gospels as gifts as well as money to Anonymi 2032 and to St Cuthbert 1.: Ealdred.Coloph.LindGosp2  p. 341 (3)
Grant and Gift (1)
 Ealdred 1.gifts to Anonymi 2032 and St Cuthbert 1: Ealdred 1 assigned each of the Gospels as gifts as well as money to Anonymi 2032 and to St Cuthbert 1.: Ealdred.Coloph.LindGosp2  p. 341 (3)
NorthernAnnals.FirstSet: Historia Regum (1)
Office (1)
Bishop (1)
 NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  41
OEMart: Old English Martyrology (23)
Recorded Name (5)
Cuthberht (3)
 OEMart  36
 OEMart  90
 OEMart  92
Cuthberhtus (1)
 OEMart  195
Cuthbrihte (1)
 OEMart  58
Personal Information (6)
saintly status (6)
 OEMart  36 (Saint Cuthbert 1, the holy bishop)
 OEMart  36-7 (Angels often sought that man [sc. Cuthbert 1] and brought him heavenly sustenance. And he had the power that he might see men's souls, the good and those others, when they departed from the body; and he was able to heal all sickness through his prayers.)
 OEMart  58 (the holy bishop)
 OEMart  90 (Saint Cuthbert 1)
 OEMart  92 (Saint Cuthbert 1)
 OEMart  195 (Saint Cuthbert 1)
Office (3)
Bishop (3)
 OEMart  36
 OEMart  58
 OEMart  90
Event (8)
Blessing (1)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of water blessed by him that was perceived to be wine: Cuthbert 1 blessed some water which was perceived to taste like wine.: OEMart  37
Burial (1)
 Eadberht 3.burial: His [sc. Eadberht 3's] body was placed in the same spot where St Cuthbert 1's body rested earlier.: OEMart  94
Culting/venerating saint(s) (1)
 Eadberht 3.prophecy that someone would be buried where Cuthbert 1 lay: After being given the burial shroud of Cuthbert 1 and kissing it, Eadberht 3 prophesied that the spot where Cuthbert 1 rested would soon be filled with another very happy man.: OEMart  92
Death/dying (1)
 Cuthbert 1.death: Cuthbert 1 died on 20 March.: OEMart  36
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (1)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of angels leading Aidan 1 to heaven: Cuthbert 1 saw at midnight angels lead in great light the soul of Aidan 1 to heaven.: OEMart  195
Eating (1)
 Cuthbert 1.dining at mynster of an abbess (Anonymous 453): Cuthbert 1 was dining at the mynster of a certain noble abbess (Anonymous 453).: OEMart  37
Exhumation (1)
 Anonymi 1285.exhumation of the body of Cuthbert 1: The monks of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 1285) exhumed the body of Cuthbert 1.: OEMart  90, 92
Miracle (1)
 Cuthbert 1.miracle of water blessed by him that was perceived to be wine: Cuthbert 1 blessed some water which was perceived to taste like wine.: OEMart  37
Prophecy (1)
 Eadberht 3.prophecy that someone would be buried where Cuthbert 1 lay: After being given the burial shroud of Cuthbert 1 and kissing it, Eadberht 3 prophesied that the spot where Cuthbert 1 rested would soon be filled with another very happy man.: OEMart  92
Residence (1)
 Æthelwald 8.occupancy of hermitage on Farne island: Æthelwald 8 occupied the hermitage at Farne Island for twelve years as the first person after Cuthbert 1.: OEMart  58
Solitary life, choosing; becoming anchorite/hermit (1)
 Æthelwald 8.occupancy of hermitage on Farne island: Æthelwald 8 occupied the hermitage at Farne Island for twelve years as the first person after Cuthbert 1.: OEMart  58
Factoids linked indirectly to Cuthbert 1 (1)
Occupation (1)
Servant of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Anonymous 455: OEMart  37
RestingPlaces: Secgan be þam Godes sanctum þe... (1)
Event (1)
Burial (1)
 Cuthbert 1.burial: Cuthbert 1 rests in a place called Ubbanford by the river Tweed [the other version reads: in Dunholm (Durham)].: RestingPlaces  II.4
S66 (3)
Recorded Name (1)
Cuthbert (1)
 S66   
Event (2)
Charter-witnessing (1)
 S66 - Ecgfrith 4 granting land to Cuthbert 1: Ecgfrith 4, king of Northumbria, to Cuthbert 1; grant of land at Crayke, Yorks. N.R., and at Lugubalia (Carlisle): S66    (685)
Grant and Gift (2)
 Ecgfrith 4.granting land to Cuthbert 1 S66: Ecgfrith 4, king of Northumbrians, to Cuthbert 1; grant of land at Crayke, Yorks. N.R., and at Lugubalia (Carlisle): S66    (685)
 S66 - Ecgfrith 4 granting land to Cuthbert 1: Ecgfrith 4, king of Northumbria, to Cuthbert 1; grant of land at Crayke, Yorks. N.R., and at Lugubalia (Carlisle): S66    (685)
Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto: Historia de Sancto Cuthberto (21)
Personal Information (1)
saintly status (1)
 Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  2 (saint)
Office (2)
Abbot (1)
 Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
Bishop (1)
 Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
Occupation (2)
Monk (1)
 Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  2
Shepherd (1)
 Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  2
Personal Relationship (2)
Cuthbert 1 Successor (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Boisil 1: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
~ Successor (General relationship) of Cuthbert 1 (1)
 Ecgred 1: of Cuthbert 1: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  9
Event (14)
Abdication (1)
 Ceolwulf 3.tonsure: Ceolwulf 3 son of Cuthwine 4 succeeded to the kingship and he also submitted himself to St Cuthbert 1 and, giving up his kingdom and his wife [Anonymous 10132] for the love of God, he took himself to the monastery of Lindisfarne with great treasure, shaved off his beard and accepted the crown [of the tonsure].: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  8 (729 x 737)
Animal-tending (1)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Aidan 1’s soul: In his earliest youth, when blessed Cuthbert 1 was watching over his lord [Anonymous 10129’s] flocks near the river that is called the Leader, he prayed in spirit to the Lord, as was his habit from infancy and continued to be for as long as he remained living among men. Moreover, it was also ever his custom to enter the coldest water in secret and at his own sole discretion. And this was the first miracle divinely granted to him, that while his companions [Anonymi 10063] were sleeping and he was watching over the flocks and praying, positioned in the shape of the cross, he saw the soul of St Aidan 1, bishop of Lindisfarne, being carried off to heaven by angels. As soon as morning had come, no longer wanting to tend the flocks, he returned [them] to his lord [Anonymous 10129] and went to the monastery called Melrose and fell with great devotion at the feet of saintly Abbot Boisil 1 and diligently described to him everything he had seen concerning the soul of the saintly bishop, and immediately, with his head crowned in the tonsure, he was made a monk, and thereafter he faithfully observed both the contemplative and active ways of living to the end of his own life.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  2
Appointment - ecclesiastical (1)
 Ecgfrith 4-Theodore 1.grant to Cuthbert 1: King Ecgfrith 4 and Archbishop Theodore 1 gave to St Cuthbert 1 in the city of York all the land that lies from the wall of the church of York, St Peter's 1 as far as the great gate towards the west, and from the wall of the church of St Peter as far as the city wall towards the south. They also gave him the vill that is called Crayke and three miles in circumference around the same vill, so that he might have a stopping-place there whenever he went to or returned from York. And St Cuthbert 1 installed a congregating of monks there and ordained an abbot, and because it seemed a small territory, he added the city that is called Carlisle, which has a circumference of fifteen miles, and in the same city he placed a congregation of nuns, and ordained an abbess [Anonymous 59] and established schools.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  5
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of abbot (2)
 Cuthbert 1.becoming abbot of Melrose: After Boisil 1 died, St Cuthbert 1 succeeded him as abbot and long lived there, spreading the word of God and baptizing a great multitude.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
 Ecgfrith 4-Theodore 1.grant to Cuthbert 1: King Ecgfrith 4 and Archbishop Theodore 1 gave to St Cuthbert 1 in the city of York all the land that lies from the wall of the church of York, St Peter's 1 as far as the great gate towards the west, and from the wall of the church of St Peter as far as the city wall towards the south. They also gave him the vill that is called Crayke and three miles in circumference around the same vill, so that he might have a stopping-place there whenever he went to or returned from York. And St Cuthbert 1 installed a congregating of monks there and ordained an abbot, and because it seemed a small territory, he added the city that is called Carlisle, which has a circumference of fifteen miles, and in the same city he placed a congregation of nuns, and ordained an abbess [Anonymous 59] and established schools.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  5
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (2)
 Cuthbert 1.death and translation: Saint Cuthbert 1 died and was succeeded by bishop Ecgred 1, who transported a certain church, originally built by St Aidan 1 in the time of King Oswald 1, from the isle of Lindisfarne to Norham and there rebuilt it, and translated to that place the body of St Cuthbert 1 and [that of] King Ceolwulf 3. : Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  9
 Cuthbert 1.made bishop: During the reign of Ecgfrith 4, Archbishop Theodore 1 of York and all the people, be common counsel and with one accord, acclaimed St Cuthbert 1 to be bishop of Hexham. He, however, resisted this in every way, asserting himself to be a sinner and unworthy of the bishopric, confining himself most strictly on his island. Then King Ecgfrith 4 and Archbishop Theodore 1 and the whole people gathered in a synod decreed by common counsel that, whether he wished it or not, they would take him from the island and install him in the bishopric. And so it was done. Seized indeed by the people, he was taken to the vill which is called Alne, near the city of York. Having there accepted an oath of fealty from all, he was ordained by Archbishop Theodore 1. There were seven bishops at his ordination: Chad 1 and Cedd 1 and four (sic) other holy bishops. The same day Eata 2, bishop of Lindisfarne, and St Cuthbert 1, in common counsel with King Ecgfrith 4 and the archbishop and those seven bishops and all the magnates, exchanged their sees. Thus Eata 2 sat at Hexham and saintly Cuthbert 1, on account of his previous monastic life there, obtained the bishop's seat at Lindisfarne.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of king (1)
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
Ascetic practices/fasting/resisting temptation (2)
 Cuthbert 1.retiring to hermitage: Deciding to live more strictly, Cuthbert 1 departed from Melrose and took himself to a certain remote island called Farne and for nine years enclosed himself there as if in a prison, fighting against the enemy of mankind lest his mind be averted from God. The saintly bishop Aidan 1 long dwelt on this same island in the time of King Penda 1, son of Pybba 1, whom King Oswine 1 succeeded.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Aidan 1’s soul: In his earliest youth, when blessed Cuthbert 1 was watching over his lord [Anonymous 10129’s] flocks near the river that is called the Leader, he prayed in spirit to the Lord, as was his habit from infancy and continued to be for as long as he remained living among men. Moreover, it was also ever his custom to enter the coldest water in secret and at his own sole discretion. And this was the first miracle divinely granted to him, that while his companions [Anonymi 10063] were sleeping and he was watching over the flocks and praying, positioned in the shape of the cross, he saw the soul of St Aidan 1, bishop of Lindisfarne, being carried off to heaven by angels. As soon as morning had come, no longer wanting to tend the flocks, he returned [them] to his lord [Anonymous 10129] and went to the monastery called Melrose and fell with great devotion at the feet of saintly Abbot Boisil 1 and diligently described to him everything he had seen concerning the soul of the saintly bishop, and immediately, with his head crowned in the tonsure, he was made a monk, and thereafter he faithfully observed both the contemplative and active ways of living to the end of his own life.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  2
Baptism (1)
 Cuthbert 1.becoming abbot of Melrose: After Boisil 1 died, St Cuthbert 1 succeeded him as abbot and long lived there, spreading the word of God and baptizing a great multitude.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
Battle (1)
 Guthfrith 3.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once the Scots crossed the Tweed and devastated St Cuthbert's 1. When King Guthfrith 3 heard of this, on order to avenge the holy confessor [St Cuthbert 1] he hastened thither with only a small number of warriors. Before the battle St Cuthbert 1 appeared before the king at night, while he was asleep, and promised help. And indeed, on the morning after the enemy were swallowed alive by the earth before Guthfrith 3 and his army approached them. The king then granted privileges to St Cuthbert's 1 on account of this miracle.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  33-34
Burh - capture (1)
 Ecgfrith 4.grant to Cuthbert 1: Having defeated Wulfhere 1, Ecgfrith 4 gave Carham and whatever pertains to it to St Cuthbert 1 and held him in the highest veneration as long as he lived, himself and all his kindred, until after his death the Danes came and crushed York and devastated the land.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  7
Church/monastery destruction (1)
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
Church/monastery/minster foundation/dedication/restoration (2)
 Cuthbert 1.death and translation: Saint Cuthbert 1 died and was succeeded by bishop Ecgred 1, who transported a certain church, originally built by St Aidan 1 in the time of King Oswald 1, from the isle of Lindisfarne to Norham and there rebuilt it, and translated to that place the body of St Cuthbert 1 and [that of] King Ceolwulf 3. : Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  9
 Ecgfrith 4-Theodore 1.grant to Cuthbert 1: King Ecgfrith 4 and Archbishop Theodore 1 gave to St Cuthbert 1 in the city of York all the land that lies from the wall of the church of York, St Peter's 1 as far as the great gate towards the west, and from the wall of the church of St Peter as far as the city wall towards the south. They also gave him the vill that is called Crayke and three miles in circumference around the same vill, so that he might have a stopping-place there whenever he went to or returned from York. And St Cuthbert 1 installed a congregating of monks there and ordained an abbot, and because it seemed a small territory, he added the city that is called Carlisle, which has a circumference of fifteen miles, and in the same city he placed a congregation of nuns, and ordained an abbess [Anonymous 59] and established schools.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  5
Council-meeting, ecclesiastical (1)
 Cuthbert 1.made bishop: During the reign of Ecgfrith 4, Archbishop Theodore 1 of York and all the people, be common counsel and with one accord, acclaimed St Cuthbert 1 to be bishop of Hexham. He, however, resisted this in every way, asserting himself to be a sinner and unworthy of the bishopric, confining himself most strictly on his island. Then King Ecgfrith 4 and Archbishop Theodore 1 and the whole people gathered in a synod decreed by common counsel that, whether he wished it or not, they would take him from the island and install him in the bishopric. And so it was done. Seized indeed by the people, he was taken to the vill which is called Alne, near the city of York. Having there accepted an oath of fealty from all, he was ordained by Archbishop Theodore 1. There were seven bishops at his ordination: Chad 1 and Cedd 1 and four (sic) other holy bishops. The same day Eata 2, bishop of Lindisfarne, and St Cuthbert 1, in common counsel with King Ecgfrith 4 and the archbishop and those seven bishops and all the magnates, exchanged their sees. Thus Eata 2 sat at Hexham and saintly Cuthbert 1, on account of his previous monastic life there, obtained the bishop's seat at Lindisfarne.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
Culting/venerating saint(s) (2)
 Eardwulf 18-Eadred 29.translation of St Cuthbert 1: Bishop Eardwulf 18 and abbot Eadred 29 bore the body of St Cuthbert 1 from the Isle of Lindisfarne and wandered with it through the land, carrying it from place to place for seven years, and finally they arrived at the mouth of the river that is called Derwent [Derwentmouth], and there they placed it is a boat so that they might thus transport it across the adjoining sea to Ireland. Then all St Cuthbert 1's people who had long followed him, mourning that their pious patron was being taken away, wept and wailed as they stood on the shore. Then a horrible storm arose on the sea, three very great waves fell on the ship and at once, marvellous to say, that water was turned to blood. having seen this, the bishop and the abbot fell at the feet of the saint and, terrified with fear, they returned to the shore as quickly as possible and carried the holy body to Crayke, and there, having been charitably received by the good abbot named Geve 1, they remained for four months, and from there they translated the holy body to Chester-le-Street. At this time King Alfred 8 died, as well as bishop Eardwulf 18.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  20
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
Death/dying (4)
 Cuthbert 1.death and translation: Saint Cuthbert 1 died and was succeeded by bishop Ecgred 1, who transported a certain church, originally built by St Aidan 1 in the time of King Oswald 1, from the isle of Lindisfarne to Norham and there rebuilt it, and translated to that place the body of St Cuthbert 1 and [that of] King Ceolwulf 3. : Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  9
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Aidan 1’s soul: In his earliest youth, when blessed Cuthbert 1 was watching over his lord [Anonymous 10129’s] flocks near the river that is called the Leader, he prayed in spirit to the Lord, as was his habit from infancy and continued to be for as long as he remained living among men. Moreover, it was also ever his custom to enter the coldest water in secret and at his own sole discretion. And this was the first miracle divinely granted to him, that while his companions [Anonymi 10063] were sleeping and he was watching over the flocks and praying, positioned in the shape of the cross, he saw the soul of St Aidan 1, bishop of Lindisfarne, being carried off to heaven by angels. As soon as morning had come, no longer wanting to tend the flocks, he returned [them] to his lord [Anonymous 10129] and went to the monastery called Melrose and fell with great devotion at the feet of saintly Abbot Boisil 1 and diligently described to him everything he had seen concerning the soul of the saintly bishop, and immediately, with his head crowned in the tonsure, he was made a monk, and thereafter he faithfully observed both the contemplative and active ways of living to the end of his own life.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  2
 Eardwulf 18-Eadred 29.translation of St Cuthbert 1: Bishop Eardwulf 18 and abbot Eadred 29 bore the body of St Cuthbert 1 from the Isle of Lindisfarne and wandered with it through the land, carrying it from place to place for seven years, and finally they arrived at the mouth of the river that is called Derwent [Derwentmouth], and there they placed it is a boat so that they might thus transport it across the adjoining sea to Ireland. Then all St Cuthbert 1's people who had long followed him, mourning that their pious patron was being taken away, wept and wailed as they stood on the shore. Then a horrible storm arose on the sea, three very great waves fell on the ship and at once, marvellous to say, that water was turned to blood. having seen this, the bishop and the abbot fell at the feet of the saint and, terrified with fear, they returned to the shore as quickly as possible and carried the holy body to Crayke, and there, having been charitably received by the good abbot named Geve 1, they remained for four months, and from there they translated the holy body to Chester-le-Street. At this time King Alfred 8 died, as well as bishop Eardwulf 18.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  20
 Ecgfrith 4.grant to Cuthbert 1: Having defeated Wulfhere 1, Ecgfrith 4 gave Carham and whatever pertains to it to St Cuthbert 1 and held him in the highest veneration as long as he lived, himself and all his kindred, until after his death the Danes came and crushed York and devastated the land.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  7
Demolition (1)
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (3)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Aidan 1’s soul: In his earliest youth, when blessed Cuthbert 1 was watching over his lord [Anonymous 10129’s] flocks near the river that is called the Leader, he prayed in spirit to the Lord, as was his habit from infancy and continued to be for as long as he remained living among men. Moreover, it was also ever his custom to enter the coldest water in secret and at his own sole discretion. And this was the first miracle divinely granted to him, that while his companions [Anonymi 10063] were sleeping and he was watching over the flocks and praying, positioned in the shape of the cross, he saw the soul of St Aidan 1, bishop of Lindisfarne, being carried off to heaven by angels. As soon as morning had come, no longer wanting to tend the flocks, he returned [them] to his lord [Anonymous 10129] and went to the monastery called Melrose and fell with great devotion at the feet of saintly Abbot Boisil 1 and diligently described to him everything he had seen concerning the soul of the saintly bishop, and immediately, with his head crowned in the tonsure, he was made a monk, and thereafter he faithfully observed both the contemplative and active ways of living to the end of his own life.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  2
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
 Guthfrith 3.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once the Scots crossed the Tweed and devastated St Cuthbert's 1. When King Guthfrith 3 heard of this, on order to avenge the holy confessor [St Cuthbert 1] he hastened thither with only a small number of warriors. Before the battle St Cuthbert 1 appeared before the king at night, while he was asleep, and promised help. And indeed, on the morning after the enemy were swallowed alive by the earth before Guthfrith 3 and his army approached them. The king then granted privileges to St Cuthbert's 1 on account of this miracle.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  33-34
Election of bishop (1)
 Cuthbert 1.made bishop: During the reign of Ecgfrith 4, Archbishop Theodore 1 of York and all the people, be common counsel and with one accord, acclaimed St Cuthbert 1 to be bishop of Hexham. He, however, resisted this in every way, asserting himself to be a sinner and unworthy of the bishopric, confining himself most strictly on his island. Then King Ecgfrith 4 and Archbishop Theodore 1 and the whole people gathered in a synod decreed by common counsel that, whether he wished it or not, they would take him from the island and install him in the bishopric. And so it was done. Seized indeed by the people, he was taken to the vill which is called Alne, near the city of York. Having there accepted an oath of fealty from all, he was ordained by Archbishop Theodore 1. There were seven bishops at his ordination: Chad 1 and Cedd 1 and four (sic) other holy bishops. The same day Eata 2, bishop of Lindisfarne, and St Cuthbert 1, in common counsel with King Ecgfrith 4 and the archbishop and those seven bishops and all the magnates, exchanged their sees. Thus Eata 2 sat at Hexham and saintly Cuthbert 1, on account of his previous monastic life there, obtained the bishop's seat at Lindisfarne.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
Election of king (1)
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
Grant and Gift (5)
 Ecgfrith 4-Theodore 1.grant to Cuthbert 1: King Ecgfrith 4 and Archbishop Theodore 1 gave to St Cuthbert 1 in the city of York all the land that lies from the wall of the church of York, St Peter's 1 as far as the great gate towards the west, and from the wall of the church of St Peter as far as the city wall towards the south. They also gave him the vill that is called Crayke and three miles in circumference around the same vill, so that he might have a stopping-place there whenever he went to or returned from York. And St Cuthbert 1 installed a congregating of monks there and ordained an abbot, and because it seemed a small territory, he added the city that is called Carlisle, which has a circumference of fifteen miles, and in the same city he placed a congregation of nuns, and ordained an abbess [Anonymous 59] and established schools.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  5
 Ecgfrith 4.grant to Cuthbert 1: Having defeated Wulfhere 1, Ecgfrith 4 gave Carham and whatever pertains to it to St Cuthbert 1 and held him in the highest veneration as long as he lived, himself and all his kindred, until after his death the Danes came and crushed York and devastated the land.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  7
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
 Guthfrith 3.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once the Scots crossed the Tweed and devastated St Cuthbert's 1. When King Guthfrith 3 heard of this, on order to avenge the holy confessor [St Cuthbert 1] he hastened thither with only a small number of warriors. Before the battle St Cuthbert 1 appeared before the king at night, while he was asleep, and promised help. And indeed, on the morning after the enemy were swallowed alive by the earth before Guthfrith 3 and his army approached them. The king then granted privileges to St Cuthbert's 1 on account of this miracle.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  33-34
 Oswiu 1.granting lands to Cuthbert 1: Saintly Abbot Boisil 1 immediately made known to King Oswine 1 [should be Oswiu 1] the sacred vision of Cuthbert 1 [regarding the soul of Aidan 1], explaining that he was filled with the Holy Spirit. Then the King and all the English magnates Anonymi 10064 gave to St Cuthbert 1 all land that lies near the river Bowmont, with these vills: Sourhope (?), Staerough, Old Graden, Pawston, Clifton, Shereburgh (?), Colewell, Halterbutn, Thornington (?), Shotton, Kirk Yetholm and Mindrum. And the saintly abbot himself, under witness of the same king, [gave] the monastery of Melrose with all its dependencies, so that Cuthbert 1 might have it as his own after the day of Boisil 1’s death.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
Hiding/harbouring/sanctuary (1)
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
Hospitality (1)
 Eardwulf 18-Eadred 29.translation of St Cuthbert 1: Bishop Eardwulf 18 and abbot Eadred 29 bore the body of St Cuthbert 1 from the Isle of Lindisfarne and wandered with it through the land, carrying it from place to place for seven years, and finally they arrived at the mouth of the river that is called Derwent [Derwentmouth], and there they placed it is a boat so that they might thus transport it across the adjoining sea to Ireland. Then all St Cuthbert 1's people who had long followed him, mourning that their pious patron was being taken away, wept and wailed as they stood on the shore. Then a horrible storm arose on the sea, three very great waves fell on the ship and at once, marvellous to say, that water was turned to blood. having seen this, the bishop and the abbot fell at the feet of the saint and, terrified with fear, they returned to the shore as quickly as possible and carried the holy body to Crayke, and there, having been charitably received by the good abbot named Geve 1, they remained for four months, and from there they translated the holy body to Chester-le-Street. At this time King Alfred 8 died, as well as bishop Eardwulf 18.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  20
Illness/demonic seizure/madness (1)
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
Journey (2)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Aidan 1’s soul: In his earliest youth, when blessed Cuthbert 1 was watching over his lord [Anonymous 10129’s] flocks near the river that is called the Leader, he prayed in spirit to the Lord, as was his habit from infancy and continued to be for as long as he remained living among men. Moreover, it was also ever his custom to enter the coldest water in secret and at his own sole discretion. And this was the first miracle divinely granted to him, that while his companions [Anonymi 10063] were sleeping and he was watching over the flocks and praying, positioned in the shape of the cross, he saw the soul of St Aidan 1, bishop of Lindisfarne, being carried off to heaven by angels. As soon as morning had come, no longer wanting to tend the flocks, he returned [them] to his lord [Anonymous 10129] and went to the monastery called Melrose and fell with great devotion at the feet of saintly Abbot Boisil 1 and diligently described to him everything he had seen concerning the soul of the saintly bishop, and immediately, with his head crowned in the tonsure, he was made a monk, and thereafter he faithfully observed both the contemplative and active ways of living to the end of his own life.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  2
 Eardwulf 18-Eadred 29.translation of St Cuthbert 1: Bishop Eardwulf 18 and abbot Eadred 29 bore the body of St Cuthbert 1 from the Isle of Lindisfarne and wandered with it through the land, carrying it from place to place for seven years, and finally they arrived at the mouth of the river that is called Derwent [Derwentmouth], and there they placed it is a boat so that they might thus transport it across the adjoining sea to Ireland. Then all St Cuthbert 1's people who had long followed him, mourning that their pious patron was being taken away, wept and wailed as they stood on the shore. Then a horrible storm arose on the sea, three very great waves fell on the ship and at once, marvellous to say, that water was turned to blood. having seen this, the bishop and the abbot fell at the feet of the saint and, terrified with fear, they returned to the shore as quickly as possible and carried the holy body to Crayke, and there, having been charitably received by the good abbot named Geve 1, they remained for four months, and from there they translated the holy body to Chester-le-Street. At this time King Alfred 8 died, as well as bishop Eardwulf 18.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  20
Killing/murder (1)
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
Kingdom - accession to (2)
 Ceolwulf 3.tonsure: Ceolwulf 3 son of Cuthwine 4 succeeded to the kingship and he also submitted himself to St Cuthbert 1 and, giving up his kingdom and his wife [Anonymous 10132] for the love of God, he took himself to the monastery of Lindisfarne with great treasure, shaved off his beard and accepted the crown [of the tonsure].: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  8 (729 x 737)
 Cuthbert 1.retiring to hermitage: Deciding to live more strictly, Cuthbert 1 departed from Melrose and took himself to a certain remote island called Farne and for nine years enclosed himself there as if in a prison, fighting against the enemy of mankind lest his mind be averted from God. The saintly bishop Aidan 1 long dwelt on this same island in the time of King Penda 1, son of Pybba 1, whom King Oswine 1 succeeded.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
Message-sending (1)
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
Miracle (3)
 Cuthbert 1.raising a boy from the dead: Cuthbert 1 raised a boy [Anonymous 10130] from the dead at the vill called Exanforda.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  6
 Eardwulf 18-Eadred 29.translation of St Cuthbert 1: Bishop Eardwulf 18 and abbot Eadred 29 bore the body of St Cuthbert 1 from the Isle of Lindisfarne and wandered with it through the land, carrying it from place to place for seven years, and finally they arrived at the mouth of the river that is called Derwent [Derwentmouth], and there they placed it is a boat so that they might thus transport it across the adjoining sea to Ireland. Then all St Cuthbert 1's people who had long followed him, mourning that their pious patron was being taken away, wept and wailed as they stood on the shore. Then a horrible storm arose on the sea, three very great waves fell on the ship and at once, marvellous to say, that water was turned to blood. having seen this, the bishop and the abbot fell at the feet of the saint and, terrified with fear, they returned to the shore as quickly as possible and carried the holy body to Crayke, and there, having been charitably received by the good abbot named Geve 1, they remained for four months, and from there they translated the holy body to Chester-le-Street. At this time King Alfred 8 died, as well as bishop Eardwulf 18.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  20
 Guthfrith 3.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once the Scots crossed the Tweed and devastated St Cuthbert's 1. When King Guthfrith 3 heard of this, on order to avenge the holy confessor [St Cuthbert 1] he hastened thither with only a small number of warriors. Before the battle St Cuthbert 1 appeared before the king at night, while he was asleep, and promised help. And indeed, on the morning after the enemy were swallowed alive by the earth before Guthfrith 3 and his army approached them. The king then granted privileges to St Cuthbert's 1 on account of this miracle.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  33-34
Monastic life, converting to/joining/oblation (2)
 Ceolwulf 3.tonsure: Ceolwulf 3 son of Cuthwine 4 succeeded to the kingship and he also submitted himself to St Cuthbert 1 and, giving up his kingdom and his wife [Anonymous 10132] for the love of God, he took himself to the monastery of Lindisfarne with great treasure, shaved off his beard and accepted the crown [of the tonsure].: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  8 (729 x 737)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Aidan 1’s soul: In his earliest youth, when blessed Cuthbert 1 was watching over his lord [Anonymous 10129’s] flocks near the river that is called the Leader, he prayed in spirit to the Lord, as was his habit from infancy and continued to be for as long as he remained living among men. Moreover, it was also ever his custom to enter the coldest water in secret and at his own sole discretion. And this was the first miracle divinely granted to him, that while his companions [Anonymi 10063] were sleeping and he was watching over the flocks and praying, positioned in the shape of the cross, he saw the soul of St Aidan 1, bishop of Lindisfarne, being carried off to heaven by angels. As soon as morning had come, no longer wanting to tend the flocks, he returned [them] to his lord [Anonymous 10129] and went to the monastery called Melrose and fell with great devotion at the feet of saintly Abbot Boisil 1 and diligently described to him everything he had seen concerning the soul of the saintly bishop, and immediately, with his head crowned in the tonsure, he was made a monk, and thereafter he faithfully observed both the contemplative and active ways of living to the end of his own life.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  2
Oath-swearing/fealty (2)
 Cuthbert 1.made bishop: During the reign of Ecgfrith 4, Archbishop Theodore 1 of York and all the people, be common counsel and with one accord, acclaimed St Cuthbert 1 to be bishop of Hexham. He, however, resisted this in every way, asserting himself to be a sinner and unworthy of the bishopric, confining himself most strictly on his island. Then King Ecgfrith 4 and Archbishop Theodore 1 and the whole people gathered in a synod decreed by common counsel that, whether he wished it or not, they would take him from the island and install him in the bishopric. And so it was done. Seized indeed by the people, he was taken to the vill which is called Alne, near the city of York. Having there accepted an oath of fealty from all, he was ordained by Archbishop Theodore 1. There were seven bishops at his ordination: Chad 1 and Cedd 1 and four (sic) other holy bishops. The same day Eata 2, bishop of Lindisfarne, and St Cuthbert 1, in common counsel with King Ecgfrith 4 and the archbishop and those seven bishops and all the magnates, exchanged their sees. Thus Eata 2 sat at Hexham and saintly Cuthbert 1, on account of his previous monastic life there, obtained the bishop's seat at Lindisfarne.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
Pastoral activities/preaching (1)
 Cuthbert 1.becoming abbot of Melrose: After Boisil 1 died, St Cuthbert 1 succeeded him as abbot and long lived there, spreading the word of God and baptizing a great multitude.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
Peace agreement (1)
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
Praying (2)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Aidan 1’s soul: In his earliest youth, when blessed Cuthbert 1 was watching over his lord [Anonymous 10129’s] flocks near the river that is called the Leader, he prayed in spirit to the Lord, as was his habit from infancy and continued to be for as long as he remained living among men. Moreover, it was also ever his custom to enter the coldest water in secret and at his own sole discretion. And this was the first miracle divinely granted to him, that while his companions [Anonymi 10063] were sleeping and he was watching over the flocks and praying, positioned in the shape of the cross, he saw the soul of St Aidan 1, bishop of Lindisfarne, being carried off to heaven by angels. As soon as morning had come, no longer wanting to tend the flocks, he returned [them] to his lord [Anonymous 10129] and went to the monastery called Melrose and fell with great devotion at the feet of saintly Abbot Boisil 1 and diligently described to him everything he had seen concerning the soul of the saintly bishop, and immediately, with his head crowned in the tonsure, he was made a monk, and thereafter he faithfully observed both the contemplative and active ways of living to the end of his own life.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  2
 Eardwulf 18-Eadred 29.translation of St Cuthbert 1: Bishop Eardwulf 18 and abbot Eadred 29 bore the body of St Cuthbert 1 from the Isle of Lindisfarne and wandered with it through the land, carrying it from place to place for seven years, and finally they arrived at the mouth of the river that is called Derwent [Derwentmouth], and there they placed it is a boat so that they might thus transport it across the adjoining sea to Ireland. Then all St Cuthbert 1's people who had long followed him, mourning that their pious patron was being taken away, wept and wailed as they stood on the shore. Then a horrible storm arose on the sea, three very great waves fell on the ship and at once, marvellous to say, that water was turned to blood. having seen this, the bishop and the abbot fell at the feet of the saint and, terrified with fear, they returned to the shore as quickly as possible and carried the holy body to Crayke, and there, having been charitably received by the good abbot named Geve 1, they remained for four months, and from there they translated the holy body to Chester-le-Street. At this time King Alfred 8 died, as well as bishop Eardwulf 18.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  20
Raiding (3)
 Ecgfrith 4.grant to Cuthbert 1: Having defeated Wulfhere 1, Ecgfrith 4 gave Carham and whatever pertains to it to St Cuthbert 1 and held him in the highest veneration as long as he lived, himself and all his kindred, until after his death the Danes came and crushed York and devastated the land.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  7
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
 Guthfrith 3.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once the Scots crossed the Tweed and devastated St Cuthbert's 1. When King Guthfrith 3 heard of this, on order to avenge the holy confessor [St Cuthbert 1] he hastened thither with only a small number of warriors. Before the battle St Cuthbert 1 appeared before the king at night, while he was asleep, and promised help. And indeed, on the morning after the enemy were swallowed alive by the earth before Guthfrith 3 and his army approached them. The king then granted privileges to St Cuthbert's 1 on account of this miracle.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  33-34
Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating (3)
 Cuthbert 1.death and translation: Saint Cuthbert 1 died and was succeeded by bishop Ecgred 1, who transported a certain church, originally built by St Aidan 1 in the time of King Oswald 1, from the isle of Lindisfarne to Norham and there rebuilt it, and translated to that place the body of St Cuthbert 1 and [that of] King Ceolwulf 3. : Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  9
 Eardwulf 18-Eadred 29.translation of St Cuthbert 1: Bishop Eardwulf 18 and abbot Eadred 29 bore the body of St Cuthbert 1 from the Isle of Lindisfarne and wandered with it through the land, carrying it from place to place for seven years, and finally they arrived at the mouth of the river that is called Derwent [Derwentmouth], and there they placed it is a boat so that they might thus transport it across the adjoining sea to Ireland. Then all St Cuthbert 1's people who had long followed him, mourning that their pious patron was being taken away, wept and wailed as they stood on the shore. Then a horrible storm arose on the sea, three very great waves fell on the ship and at once, marvellous to say, that water was turned to blood. having seen this, the bishop and the abbot fell at the feet of the saint and, terrified with fear, they returned to the shore as quickly as possible and carried the holy body to Crayke, and there, having been charitably received by the good abbot named Geve 1, they remained for four months, and from there they translated the holy body to Chester-le-Street. At this time King Alfred 8 died, as well as bishop Eardwulf 18.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  20
 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
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 Ecgfrith 4-Theodore 1.grant to Cuthbert 1: King Ecgfrith 4 and Archbishop Theodore 1 gave to St Cuthbert 1 in the city of York all the land that lies from the wall of the church of York, St Peter's 1 as far as the great gate towards the west, and from the wall of the church of St Peter as far as the city wall towards the south. They also gave him the vill that is called Crayke and three miles in circumference around the same vill, so that he might have a stopping-place there whenever he went to or returned from York. And St Cuthbert 1 installed a congregating of monks there and ordained an abbot, and because it seemed a small territory, he added the city that is called Carlisle, which has a circumference of fifteen miles, and in the same city he placed a congregation of nuns, and ordained an abbess [Anonymous 59] and established schools.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  5
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 Guthfrith 3.elected king of York: So with Ælle 3 and his brother Osberht 6 slain, none of their kinsmen ruled – this [favour] from God having been obtained by St Cuthbert 1, against whom they had sinned much – for the Danes slew nearly all the English in the southern and the northern part [of England], demolished and despoiled the churches. Then Halfdan 2, king of the Danes, entered the Tyne and sailed as far as Wircesforda, devastating everything and sinning cruelly against St Cuthbert 1. But soon the wrath of God and of the holy confessor fell upon him. For he began to rave and to reek so badly that his whole army drove him from its midst.

At that time St Cuthbert 1 appeared in the night to the holy abbot of Carlisle named Eadred 29, firmly commanding him as follows: ‘Go’, he said, ‘over the Tyne to the army of the Danes, and tell them that it they wish to be obedient to me, they should show you a certain young man named Guthfrith 3 son of Harthacnut 2, the slave of a certain widow [Anonymous 10133]. In the early morning you and the whole army should offer the widow the price for him, and at the third hour [take him] in exchange for the price; then at the sixth hour lead him before the whole multitude so that they may elect him king, and at the ninth hour lead him with the whole army upon the hill which is called Oswigesdune and there place on his right arm a golden armlet, and thus they shall all constitute him king. Tell him also, after he has been made king, to give me [i.e. St Cuthbert's 1] all land between the Tyne and Wear and [to grant that] whoever shall flee to me, whether for homicide or for any other necessity, may have peace for thirty-seven days and nights.’ Certain of this vision and strengthened by the reasonable command of the holy confessor, that holy abbot confidently hurried to the barbarian host, by which [he was] honourably received, [and] there he faithfully carried out [everything] on the order in which he had been commanded. For he found that boy, redeemed [him], and with the great support of the whole multitude constituted him king, received the land and the peace. Then bishop Eardwulf 18 brought to that host and to that hill the body of St Cuthbert 1, over which the king himself and the whole host swore peace and fidelity as long as they might live, and this oath was faithfully observed.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  12-13
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 Cuthbert 1.retiring to hermitage: Deciding to live more strictly, Cuthbert 1 departed from Melrose and took himself to a certain remote island called Farne and for nine years enclosed himself there as if in a prison, fighting against the enemy of mankind lest his mind be averted from God. The saintly bishop Aidan 1 long dwelt on this same island in the time of King Penda 1, son of Pybba 1, whom King Oswine 1 succeeded.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3
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 Ceolwulf 3.tonsure: Ceolwulf 3 son of Cuthwine 4 succeeded to the kingship and he also submitted himself to St Cuthbert 1 and, giving up his kingdom and his wife [Anonymous 10132] for the love of God, he took himself to the monastery of Lindisfarne with great treasure, shaved off his beard and accepted the crown [of the tonsure].: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  8 (729 x 737)
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 Ceolwulf 3.tonsure: Ceolwulf 3 son of Cuthwine 4 succeeded to the kingship and he also submitted himself to St Cuthbert 1 and, giving up his kingdom and his wife [Anonymous 10132] for the love of God, he took himself to the monastery of Lindisfarne with great treasure, shaved off his beard and accepted the crown [of the tonsure].: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  8 (729 x 737)
 Cuthbert 1.vision of Aidan 1’s soul: In his earliest youth, when blessed Cuthbert 1 was watching over his lord [Anonymous 10129’s] flocks near the river that is called the Leader, he prayed in spirit to the Lord, as was his habit from infancy and continued to be for as long as he remained living among men. Moreover, it was also ever his custom to enter the coldest water in secret and at his own sole discretion. And this was the first miracle divinely granted to him, that while his companions [Anonymi 10063] were sleeping and he was watching over the flocks and praying, positioned in the shape of the cross, he saw the soul of St Aidan 1, bishop of Lindisfarne, being carried off to heaven by angels. As soon as morning had come, no longer wanting to tend the flocks, he returned [them] to his lord [Anonymous 10129] and went to the monastery called Melrose and fell with great devotion at the feet of saintly Abbot Boisil 1 and diligently described to him everything he had seen concerning the soul of the saintly bishop, and immediately, with his head crowned in the tonsure, he was made a monk, and thereafter he faithfully observed both the contemplative and active ways of living to the end of his own life.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  2
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 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.126.2 (Glorious Cuthbert 1 was the only saint to win the distinction of never having his incorruption even called in question.)
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 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.126.2
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 Alfred 8.vision of St Cuthbert 1: King Alfred 8 had been reduced by the attacks of the barbarians to such straits that he had to lurk ignominiously on a tiny island Athelney. There St Cuthbert 1 appeared before him in his sleep (caused by sickness at heart) and promised that within a short time Alfred 8 would be put back on his throne in glory.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.130.1-4
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 Alfred 8.vision of St Cuthbert 1: King Alfred 8 had been reduced by the attacks of the barbarians to such straits that he had to lurk ignominiously on a tiny island Athelney. There St Cuthbert 1 appeared before him in his sleep (caused by sickness at heart) and promised that within a short time Alfred 8 would be put back on his throne in glory.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.130.1-4
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 Cuthbert 1.translation: Because of the attacks of the Danes it was decided that the bodies of the saints should be removed to the mainland from Lindisfarne. The body of St Cuthbert 1 was nearly taken to Ireland, but a strong wind brought the ship back. So it was interred with due honour at Ubbenford [Norham], on the river Tweed. There it lay for many years, until the arrival of King Æthelred 7 on the scene, though Cuthbert 1 had not in the interval been inactive in helping his countrymen, but had wandered all over England working miracles.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.129
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 Cuthbert 1.relics of him and other saints found: In Durham the elevation of holy bodies took place: the body of St Cuthbert 1 was found incorrupt; all the clothes shone as though new. On the breast was a chalice, the upper part of gold, the lower of onyx. The head of Oswald 1 king and martyr was found between the arms. The bones of the saints Bede 1 and King Ceolwulf 3, who had been monk and saint at Lindisfarne, were discovered in separate linen bags.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.134.4-5 (1104)
 Cuthbert 1.translation: Because of the attacks of the Danes it was decided that the bodies of the saints should be removed to the mainland from Lindisfarne. The body of St Cuthbert 1 was nearly taken to Ireland, but a strong wind brought the ship back. So it was interred with due honour at Ubbenford [Norham], on the river Tweed. There it lay for many years, until the arrival of King Æthelred 7 on the scene, though Cuthbert 1 had not in the interval been inactive in helping his countrymen, but had wandered all over England working miracles.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.129
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 Ligwulf 1: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.132.2 (the devout servant of St Cuthbert 1, knowledgeable and fair in judgement.)
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 Willibrord.Cal  5 (20 March: Of St Cuthbert 1 the bishop)
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 Eadfrith 5.veneration of St Cuthbert 1: In Æthelwulf 5's dream he was venerating the tomb of St Cuthbert 1.: Æthelwulf.CarmAbb  22
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 Eadfrith 5.veneration of St Cuthbert 1: In Æthelwulf 5's dream he was venerating the tomb of St Cuthbert 1.: Æthelwulf.CarmAbb  22