Cynewulf

Cynewulf, a Saxon poet, flourished at the second half of the 8th century; seems to have passed through two phases, first as a glad-hearted child of nature, and then as a devout believer in Christ; at the former stage wrote “Riddles” and “Ode to the West Wind,” at the latter his themes were the lives of Christ and certain Saints.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cynægirus * Cynics
Cuxhaven
Cuyp, Albert
Cuzco
Cybele
Cyclades
Cyclic Poets
Cyclopean Walls
Cyclops
Cymbeline
Cynægirus
Cynewulf
Cynics
Cyprian, St.
Cyprus
Cyrenaics
Cyre`ne
Cyril, St.
Cyril of Alexandria, St.
Cyril of Jerusalem, St.
Cyropædia
Cyrus