By SEAN JENNETT
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The Papacy was in no position to interfere. True, when the Roman empire in the west had begun to dissolve, the Roman provincial population had endeavoured more than ever to preserve their connection with the spiritual head in Rome in order to emphasize that they were neither Arians nor pagans. This endeavour grew in strength as the rise of the tribal kingdoms dissolved the poHtical unity of the Empire for the new kingdoms had an obvious and disconcerting tendency to organize the estates. large — ; g^fp\ Ijymkclc-cu on cl ergy ct Introduction a territorial basis 15 and to make them part and parcel of the king's secular administrat ion.
In the meantime, owing to the continuous civil wars, their own standards of civiHsation had sunk lower and lower. The Frankish church was in a similar state its representatives, to judge from their attitude and their beliefs, were more like pagans than like Christians. The result was that when, in the reign of Pepin, the idea of a mission to the Germanic tribes of the east was finally put into execution, it was necessary to call upon Anglo-Saxon missionaries to plan and continue the work that had been begun many years earlier by occasional had failed to spread the ; travelling Irishmen or Franks.
And scholarship with an open mind, he wanted to feel that he was at the centre of everything. ^ When Alcuin, another of these scholars, wanted to flatter Charles, he questioned him about a complicated problem of the Christian calendar. Charles's authoritative reply to this letter did not prevent Alcuin, whose vanity was hurt, from tactlessly exposing the king. * l^oth science In spite of such occasional indiscretions, Alcuin flattered Charles by explicitly calling realm. ^ It w as a ruler's supreme duty to be the just judge of his people and the office of judge extended far into the realm of the spirit.
Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly by SEAN JENNETT