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The Annals of St. Paul’s: Index

Wren’s St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the dominant images of tourist London. The religious history of the site, however, goes back to the very arrival of Christianity in England. Sitting atop one of the two hills of ancient London it has long gazed down on the doings of men and women. Few definitive histories of St. Paul’s have been written but one of the most “delightful” is that penned by Dean H H Milman in the 1860s. Here we present his great work for the enjoyment of the modern age. This page forms the detailed index to the whole work and will be updated as the uploading of the work progresses. To go to any Chapter or section of interest just click on the hyperlink. All pages have links to take you back to this index.

The Annals of St Paul’s Cathedral

by Henry Hart Millman D.D.

LATE DEAN OF S. PAUL’S

Dean H. H. Milman.

WITH PORTRAIT AND ILLUSTRATIONS

SECOND EDITION

LONDON
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET
1869


CHAPTER 1
S. Paul’s under the Romans and the Saxons

The first part: Roman and Christian London – Ancient Catacomb – Worship of Diana.

The second part: Roman Christianity – Bishop Mellitus – S. Erkenwald -Muniificent Grants to the Bishop of London and to the Dean and Chapter of S. Paul’s.

CHAPTER 2
S. Paul’s under the Normans

The first part: William the Conqueror – William, Bishop of London – Council in S. Paul’s.