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ML & OF The patronage of a church, including the duty of protecting the church and the privilege of presenting nominees to the benefice, advowson; right of . c1460 Oseney Reg. 112/9 The church of Barton with þe pertinencis, whoos

stolen v. From stole n. To adorn or furnish (a church or part of a church) with altar stoles. c1475 Reg.Crabhouse [OD col.] 60 The Prioresse..pathed the chirche and the quere, and stolid it..the veyl of the chirche with the

daungering ger. The act of doing damage or harm. (1447) Doc.N.Convocation in Sur.Soc.113 180 Some that rejoyse hem in vexation..or dawnegeryng and undoyng..of persones of the Church.

ecclesiasticere adj. From ML ecclesiastic-us n. Ecclesiastic, of the Church. (1447-8) Shillingford 87 To the Bysshop and so to every of the personys ecclesiasticeris forsaid.

ministratour n. Shortened form of administratour . Administrator. (1450) Proc.Privy C. 6.102 Lowys late administratour of the bysshoprich of Ely..the said late ministratour of the church of Ely.

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cōmaunde¦ment if thou can more.Pau{per}.Also by this cōmaūdement men of holy church be bound to wor∣ship ther patrones / For the pa∣trone of the church is fader of ye church and of the benefice ī that that he begynnethe it

crist: and the wyfe holy church / which is cleped quene: & goddes spouse / And therfore seīt poule sayth thus. Viri diligite vxores vestras. ye men loue ye youre wyues as. criste loued ho∣ly church / and put himsilfe

xvi. q̄. vii. filiis. Also he maye in hys fundacion of the church collegi∣at reserue to him to be in the ellec¦cion of the p̄late of the church wi¦th assent of the busshop or of the pope by the same

holy church & mānis soul Also it representyth the onehede of the godhede with our māhed ī crist & therfore holy church sayth thus. Nam sict aīa racionalis et caro vnns est homo: it a de{us} et ho∣mo vnus est

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Title: [Book of Hours, from Lauds] Creator: Catholic Church Manuscript Name: Book of Hours, from Lauds Text lang: LAT Locus: f. 1 Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary: Use of Rheims or Chalons-sur-Marne

Title: Breviary Creator: Catholic Church Manuscript Name: Breviary (fragment) Text lang: LAT Locus: f. 1 Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary: Breviary, noted, temporal, with offices for Ascension Day and its Octave

and the Holy Innocents Creator: Catholic Church Manuscript Name: Missal (fragment) Text lang: LAT Locus: f. 1 Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary: Contains text of most of the Proper of the Mass for St. Thomas Becket and part

Title: Horae (Use of Châlons-sur-Marne) Creator: Catholic Church Manuscript Name: Horae (Use of Châlons-sur-Marne) Text lang: LATFRE Locus: fol 1 r - 150 v ? Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

Catholic Church Nationality: Gender: Role: Vital dates: Attribution qualifier: Extent: Source of name creator: Works by creator: MS Items by creator: [Book of Hours, from Lauds] Breviary Missal, masses for Saint Thomas and the Holy Innocents Horae (Use of Châlons-sur-Marne)

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Full Record: Paisley County Roxburghshire Transcript paslay Icon description spired church Icons church Description Appearances Etymology MIr baslec, 'church' from L basilica Translation Earlier editors Early Maps paslay (Angliae Figura) Overwritten no Attested spelling Passelet, -lay before 1163, Paislay 1508

Full Record: Clare County Suffolk Transcript clare Icon description spired church Icons church Description Appearances faded Etymology uncertain Translation Earlier editors Early Maps clare (Angliae Figura); Clare (Totius Britanniae; spired church) Overwritten no Attested spelling Clare 1198 FF

Full Record: Kilwinning County Ayrshire Transcript kynwenyn Icon description spired church Icons church Description Appearances Etymology G cill, 'church'; 'the church of St. Finnen' Translation Earlier editors kynwenyn (OS 1935) Early Maps kinweny (Angliae Figura) Overwritten no Attested spelling Kylvynnyne

spired church with cross Icons church with cross buildings (multiple) Description Appearances faded Etymology W llan, 'church' + Taf, river-name Translation Earlier editors landaf (OS 1935, Parsons) Early Maps la(n)daf (Angliae Figura); landaff (Totius Britanniae; two buildings, spired church with

Full Record: Wick County Caithness Transcript Wyke Icon description spired church, convent buildings Icons church Description Appearances Etymology ON vik, 'bay' Translation Earlier editors Early Maps Overwritten no Attested spelling Weke 1455

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þ e church of Seynte George i-ȝefe to þe Seculer chanons þ e which vnderfoloweth. Claims to be about 1074 . Robert Doyly I granted, to the secular Canons in St. George ' s church, St. Mary Magdalene church, and

parish church. His chaplains to take oath not to injure the parish church. His wife is to be churched at the parish church and to pay her offer|ing there. His household is to make Easter con|fession at the parish church

integritate sua. ' ; þe church of Cudelinton, þe church of Weston , þe church of Hokenorton, þe church of Cleydon, þe church of Chesterton , þe church of Watelinton, þe church of Stanys, þe church of Cowley , and

Sire Hugh Wythulle, Knyȝht, and of ryȝht of all thyng the which is wonyd to be tithed perteynyng to the church of Seynte George , of þe ȝifte of [the ] Doyllys, and confirmacion of Bisshopes and of þe chapiter

no. 186. A SENTENCE diffinitife Agaynste William , person of þe church of more tywe, i-ȝefe By thabbot of gloucetur prior of lantonye and þe Archedecon of gloucetur of þe smale tithis In litull Tywe, above In the titull of

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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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both lists suggest a date of between 1353 and 1362 (see Watson 1979).Gerald Perriere, dean of the church of Maçon, presented to the church at Maçon in 1444: inscription (dorse of the roll).Bought by the British Museum in 1851, using

(the 'Cnut Gospels') Written in Christ Church, Canterbury, by the scribe of Trinity College B. 10. 4 (215), Rouen BM Y. 6 (274) and Copenhagen, Royal Library, G.K.S. 10, 2°, all associated with Christ Church (see Bishop, 1967).A note, in

(the 'Cnut Gospels') Written in Christ Church, Canterbury, by the scribe of Trinity College B. 10. 4 (215), Rouen BM Y. 6 (274) and Copenhagen, Royal Library, G.K.S. 10, 2°, all associated with Christ Church (see Bishop, 1967).A note, in

Chyllyndene, prior of Christ Church who died in 1411, with a space for an initial. 1 large decorated initial, incorporating arms, developing a three-sided foliate border (f. 61). 1 large decorated initial, incorporating arms (f. 4). 1 smaller decorated initial,

a prior of Christ Church in the early sixteenth century. 1 large decorated initial, incorporating arms, and a partial foliate border with scrolls (f. 65). Registrum Prioratus Ecclesiæ Christi Cantuariensis The Benedictine cathedral priory of Christ Church, Canterbury.Lord William Howard

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Maine Maine CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. JULIAN, LE MANS, FOR SECULAR CANONS. [

of Middlesex, Stephen de Brokesbourn, parson of Holyngbourn church, and Robert de Morton, parson of Newechirche church, diocese of Canterbury, acknowledge that they owe to Thomas de Holbourn, parson of St. Bride's church, London, 140 marks; to be levied, in

and his honour and desires the safety of the catholic church and of the realm, to summon a convocation of the clergy of the province of Canterbury in the church of St. Paul London or elsewhere on 16 February next,

d .) To William, elect of Orkney. Provision to him, a canon of the church of Orkney, who is at the apostolic see, of the said church, void by the resignation to the present pope of bishop Thomas, and therefore

of Suthkelleseye church. Edmund de Sutton, fermor of Bondeby church. Henry Liouns, parson of Little Thrillowe church. Martin de Gastin, parson of Gussich church. Simon de Lansell, parson of Marsham church. Almaric de Ponterlie, parson of Chesthunte church. The abbot

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Late Medieval English Scribes

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Description Oxford, Christ Church MS 148 Title: Confessio Amantis Author: Gower Contents: Confessio Amantis (B version) Language: English and Latin Date Range: 1400-1425 Scribal Hands: Gower Scribe or Scribe D Material: Parchment No of Folios: 1 parchment stub of flyleaf

Church College MS 152 Current Manuscript: Oxford, Christ Church College MS 152 Identification: Possibly the Morganus scribe? Folios: Hand 2 copied (iv), 228v (line 12) - 231, 277-281v Sampled Folios: 229r Image Rights: Copyright The Governing Body of Christ

Description Oxford, Christ Church MS 152 MS Appellation: Ch (Manly and Rickert) Title: Canterbury Tales Author: Chaucer, Hoccleve and Lydgate Contents: Canterbury Tales ff2r-276r; Prologue of the Plowman (2 stanzas) followed by Miracle of the Virgin, ff228r-231r, Hoccleve (IMEV 4122);

See Seymour for identification of one of the three scribes in this first part as Henry Cranebroke, Benedictine of Christ Church Canterbury (d. 1466) whose hand is also found in MS. Royal 10 B. ix and monogram in MS Selden

nos. 2161, 2188) printed in 'Secular Lyrics of the 14th-15th Centuries', OUP., 1951; ff 3rv Lydgate's 'A Defence of Holy Church', lines 1-56 only--for collation of this text see H.M. McCracken, 'Minor Poems of Lydgate', EETS cvii, 1911, ff 30-32;

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COMMUNIA ECCLESIE HOVEDEN Benefice of HOWDEN CHURCH COMMON FUND (YK.00.HW.08) £ 16. 13s. 4d. HOWDEN CHURCH COMMON FUND If appropriated No Full entry £ 16. 13s. 4d. 25

Ecclesia et obventiones decani Benefice of CHURCH AND OBVENTIONS OF THE RURAL DEAN OF LLEYN (BN.BN.LE.01) £ 5. 0s. 0d. CHURCH AND OBVENTIONS OF THE RURAL DEAN OF LLEYN 1291 - 1292 (pat.) ecclesiatical Not app. 1 If appropriated

ded: ST MARY F.Arnold-Forster, Studies in Church Dedication, 3 vols (London, 1899) vol 3 p.90 (inst.) prebend/prebendal church 1302 (pat.) ecclesiatical LINCOLN, LINCS., CATHEDRAL, SECULAR COLLEGE SECULAR COLLEGE / ACADEMIC COLLEGE / MOTHER CHURCH OR 'CLAS' RegCorb1 p.232 If appropriated

item of the deanery list): but it must be that the 'church' of St Edward and the pension in the church of St Edward relate to the same church. PRO, E179/68/63 (Ely diocese) p.1 (added because of new low threshold

the church of 'Didbrook'? We cannot be sure, but if this were the case, the church here was not in fact appropriated and the abbey presented to both benefices, that is the church and the vicarage. The imposing church at

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Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

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testament of William Fawdon, late rector of the church of Middleton in Pickeringlythe. Participant: ElizabethHemphill [Hephill] Role: defendant Details: female Notes: Executrix of the testament of William Fawdon, late rector of the church of Middleton in Pickeringlythe. Participant: WilliamFawdon [Fawdon]

Date: 01/02/1405 — 02/12/1408 People & Places Participant: JohnBurges [Burgeys; Burges] Role: plaintiff Details: male Employment: dean of the collegiate church of St Andrew, Auckland Location: Auckland St Andrew (Durham) Place(s): College of Auckland, St Andrew (ecclesia beati andree Auckland,

Court:Curia Ebor Case:Appeals (benefice case, possession of church) Details:3 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1310 — 1310 People & Places Participant: Anthony Beck [ Bek] Role: plaintiff Details: male; clerk; bishop Employment: bishop of Durham Notes:

Employment: priest Notes: The defendants are all named as executors of the testament of Nicholas Burton, formerly rector of the church of Holy Trinity, York. Participant: WilliamLovel [Lovell] Role: defendant Details: male; clerk Employment: priest Participant: WilliamWhixley [de Qwyxlay] Role:

193 Court:Curia Ebor Case:Appeals (violation of church rights, attendance at diocesan synods) Details:3 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 14/02/1406 — 17/02/1406 People & Places Participant: prior and convent of Watton Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Watton

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to þ e church fare Byd them leeve here mony wordys There ydull Spech & nyse bordys And put A-way ther vanyte And sey ther pat er n oste r & ther Ave No man yn church Stonde Shalle Ne

w t she conne on candilmasse day to þe church and whe all þe peple hadde gone on p ro cesson w t candels brendyng brennyng & stoden all in þe church ech on w t his light in his

To c ri stne wiþ-oute n ooþ þo stood þe abbot stille & lou And seide w t hym to church he goþ þe abbot me clepid gregorye his name þ er þ t child he toke And monkes many

County: Shropshire Code: L4218a MS reference: London, BL Add. 34779 Text: Piers Plowman C Tranche 1 fol. 8r and dauid vndoþ him-selff as þe dombe sheweþ To-morwe worþ mede iweddet to a+manset wreche To on fauel faiþles off

that Cyte that come thyder from dyvers contre And Jh esu c thou3t hit was a grete dyspayr Jn holy church to make a fayr A chepyng place he seyd is nou3t to be thus For an hows of prayer

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Sanctorum." The Lives of Saints are in 194 chapters, beginning with St. Andrew and ending with the Dedication of the Church. The life of St. Dominio has the usual misleading reference (f. 95) to the French translator Jean de Vignay,

Part Seven: Cleopatra Manuscript Number Cleopatra E. I Source Library British Library, London Description "The state of the church of Great Britain, from "the first plantation of religion, unto the most happy "reign of king James; with all other occurrences

Part Seven: Cleopatra Manuscript Number Cleopatra, E. II Source Library British Library, London Description "The state of the Church of Great Britain, &c. "THE SECOND VOLVME:" Being a continuation of the collection in the preceding volume, beginning with the reign

Part Seven: Cleopatra Manuscript Number Cleopatra E. III Source Library British Library, London Description "The state of the Church of Great Britain, &c. THE THIRD VOLUME:" Beginning with the reign of K. Henry VI. and ending with Henry VII. some

Two: Medieval Manuscripts from the Additional Manuscripts, Section B Manuscript Number 38666 Source Library British Library, London Description POEM ON CHURCH FESTIVALS, intended (see prologue, f., as a Life of Christ; written in alternate rhyme, arranged mostly in quastrains. Beg.

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England, fols. 100v-101r 7: extract from a London Chronicle for mayor John Olney, fol. 226v 8: The sayings of various church fathers on the holy sacrament, fols. 228r-229r 9: beginning of pardon of Corpus Christi, fol. 229v 10: copy of

Eng. MS. 587 where a similar sigla is also used)- with C15 Latin annotation, beside king Edwin's villainy to the church and his subjects (Brie, 113:1-7) Fol. 42v: Axe shaped sigla beside story of king Canute and the tide; the

addition to recording the death of Edward III's mother (not mentioned in text) and that she was, 'beryed in the church of the fryre mynorys at London' and noting the text's reference to the fact that, 'Blode cam out of

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with other English records of Christ Church, Canterbury , of s. xi 1 , to the margins of a s. ix continental gospel-book which Æthelstan donated to Christ Church . OE written at Christ Church . The same text is

Some additions relate to Kentish affairs and especially to Christ Church and the archbishops. Some entries are textually almost identical to additions to the Parker Chronicle made at Christ Church. There are a few additions in Latin in a hand

in a s. xi 2 hand. Ker notes 'This is certainly a manuscript described in the medieval catalogue of Christ Church, Canterbury' ( Ker 1957 , p. 248) Fols 174-76v contain an OE translation of parts of the Regularis Concordia

of Christ Church, Canterbury ( Willetts 1966 ). This portion of the manuscript is made up of two parts: Part A (fols 120-41), s. xi 2 , contains notes on computus and the calculation and observance of church services; a

on the Origins and Progress of this the Church of Durham , Oxford Medieval Texts (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000) Stevenson, Joseph, 'A History of the Church of Durham', in The Church Historians of England, 5 vols. (London, 1853-1858), III

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No fifteenth-century manuscript of the poem survives. The Text The complete text of The Ploughman's Tale exists only in Christ Church Oxford MS 152 (fols. 228b-231a), dated c. 1460-70, on pages originally left blank at the end of the quire

early and late. But Bower's story is focussed to make Robin a hero of the church, and the fact that he transfers plunder to the church and always supports Mass-attendance conveys a polemical tone suited to Bower's own religious context.]

quo nulla patet via certa, Symon oves ducit, quas Cristo raro reducit. 13. The Husbandman in the Church The husbandman in the Church, who, when wisdom is lacking, Sows seeds of vanity, will be a harvester of nothing. But those

celebrated medieval popes. In many ways he laid the foundation of the medieval Church: he instituted sweeping papal and ecclesiastical reforms, argued for a more rigidly hierarchical Church structure with the pope firmly at the top, established the power of

of TEAMS Texts Copyright Information for this edition they also express the hostility to the established church found in the Gest and Robin Hood and the Monk. This story is told in the Forresters manuscript under the title Robin Hood

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McIntosh and Wakelin (19 82, pp. 443-445). ff. 3r-6v John Mirk Festial: Sermon for Christmas Day 'As this day holy church syngeth & redyth & makyth melody'. ' & went to heuyn'. Sermon for Christmas Day. English Erbe 1905. ff.

to telle goddes lawe and hys wylle'. Gradon 1988, pp. 178-327. pp. 158v-174v Sermon on Matthew 24/Of Ministers in the Church (IPMEP 738 ) 'Exposicio euangelij. Mt 24. Egressus iesus de templo'. 'þis gospel telleþ muche wysdam þat is hud'.

'Her enden þe eiȝte woos þat god wyshid to freris. Amen'. ff. 101r-116v Sermon on Matthew 24/Of Ministers in the Church (IPMEP 738 ) 'þis gospel telliþ myche wisdom'. ff. 117r-124r Of anticrist & his meynee (IPMEP 144 ) 'David

Oxon./ Diplomati RIC: RAWLINSON/ pro gradu/ Doctoris Legum/ Appensum' and drawing of a monk holding a book seated in a church and flanked by clerics/monks at sides and bottom. On edges of oval 'SIGLL . CANCELLARII ET VNIUERSITATIS OXONIENS'. ff.

vicarium Eccl. S. Michaelis super Wyram in Archidiaconatu Richmond Ebor. dioc. Roger Yve de leton is the Warden. The parish church of Myȝelkyrke super Wiram with the Chapel of Plompton had been granted to the College by Henry IV. Given

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the same hand. Estimated Date of Hands 2nd quarter C15. Scribal Annotation - Notable Dialect Features when: whan(e) self: self church: chirche again: aʒeyne busily: bisily them: hem if: ʒife Annotation and Marginalia Graffitti Names recorded, signatures, ex libris marks

, burry , byrrynge busy/ busily: bysy, besy; bysily , bysyly but: bote; bote called: I cleped, cleped; cleped, called church: chyrche; chyrche , chirche , cherche eyes: eyne, y3en; eyen , ey3en father: fader; fader first:  furst; furst (

a southern dialect. after: after against: a yens any: any be: be, bi busily: bisily but: but call: clepe, clepeth church: cherche each: iche eyes: eyen first: first flesh: flesh gave: yaf give: yiue her: hire length: lengthe little: litel

Dialect Features   after: aftir, after again: a3eyn any: eny are: ben burning: brennynge busy: besy(e) but: but called: cleped(e) church: chirche flesh: flesche gave: 3eue give: 3iue given: 3euen her: hir(e) high: hy3e, hi3e much: myche, moche, mochel, mykel (eg. 130:

of Hands 3rd quarter C15. Scribal Annotation - Notable Dialect Features again: aʒe(e)n any: oony busy: besy, bisy called: clepid church: chirche, churche each: ech should: shuld(e) eyes: iʒen her: hir, her much: miche, myche must: muste saw: siʒ self:

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