Event: Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop, Deposition of bishop, ExpulsionCuthbert 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.
Primary Source Info
||F(OE): ... gehalgod to biscope ... on Eueruuic to Hagustaldesea ...; F(Lat.): ... apud Eboracum ciuitatem ad episcopatum Hagastaldensi[s] ęcclesię ...
|Date from Source
||685 F(OE and Lat.): in the same year as bloody rain fell on Britain and milk and butter were turned to blood
*It should be noted that F(Lat.) describes Hexham as an 'ecclesia' (church), though it also describes it as an 'episcopatus' (bishopric); this version also describes York as a 'civitas'.
Persons associated with this Event:
(Saint; bishop of Hexham, 684-685, and Lindisfarne, 685-687)
(Archbishop of Canterbury, 668-690)
(Bishop of Hexham, 681-684)
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