In his Ecclesiastical History, Bede tells where the pagan “idols once stood” because?

In his Ecclesiastical History, Bede tells where the pagan “idols once stood” because?

Question by Sarah: In his Ecclesiastical History, Bede tells where the pagan “idols once stood” because?
A. People still worship there
B. he had authenticated his information with physical evidence
C. he liked unnecessary details
D. he made up facts to lend credence to his history

Best answer:

Answer by Let My People Go
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  1. HeartandMindSep 24, 2011

    That of course is the famous chapter 13, but you should give the context. He did authenticate.

    “This place where the idols once stood is still shown, not far from York, to the eastward, beyond the river Derwent, and is now called Godmunddingaham, where the high priest, by the inspiration of the true God, profaned and destroyed the altars which he had himself consecrated.”

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