Rome was sacked by the Visigoths in 410 A.D.
The Northumbrian synod which determined that the Celtic churches would observe the Roman discipline, most importantly the observance of Easter.
The real life event which inspired the Anglo-Saxon poem "The Battle of Maldon" took place in the year 991 A.D.
The origin of the great split between the Western and Eastern Churches.
Sent Christian missionaries, including Augustine of Canterbury, from Rome to convert the pagans.
The Edict of Milan legalized Christianity throughout the Roman Empire.
The Vulgate (a Latin Bible) is very important as it eventually became the official Bible of the Roman Catholic Church. This translation served as the basis for liturgy, hymns, ect. for hundreds of years and thoroughly permeates Western culture.
Roman author of the treatise Consolation of Philosophy.
English monk who composed The Ecclesiastical History of the English People.
The composition of Beowulf is estimated to have been sometime between 700-750 A.D.
English scholar, ecclesiastic, and teacher of the Carolingian (Charlemagne's) court