Baeda


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(St. Bede the Venerable), 673?–735, English historian and Benedictine monk, Doctor of the Church, also called the Venerable Bede. He spent his whole life at the monasteries of Wearmouth (at Sunderland) and Jarrow and became probably the
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Pour eviter que d'autres civils ne fassent les frais des mines, les rebelles ont charge Abou Baeda, ancien ingenieur militaire qui a deserte l'armee reguliere, de parcourir les vergers qui bordent la frontiere.
In Al Baeda, I saw piles of dirty, bloody blankets, a departure lounge of that airport sprayed with bullets, thickening blood and tissue on the floor where at least a dozen hostages had died.
Long before Bernard Cornwell, the Venerable Bede (Baeda) recorded the facts in 731AD, in his History of the English Church and People.
[section] 2); c890 He hine his rices benam (Baeda iii.
(34) Historia Abbatum Auctore Baeda, in Venerabilis Baedae Opera Historica, ed.