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(Roman Catholic Church) a book of prayers to be recited daily certain priests and members of religious orders

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En cuanto al numero de himnos, el himnario mozarabe ocupa una posicion intermedia entre el Breviarium Romanum (1568) y la Liturgia Horarum (1970): la edicion critica de Castro contiene 210 himnos, frente a 90 del Breviarium y a 293 de la Liturgia Horarum.
Les quatre premieres parties (38), identiques a celles du Breviarium Romanum de 1568, ne reunissent que les antiennes et les repons dont le texte et la melodie sont propres a chaque office du temporal et du sanctoral.
37) Later, Juan Ramirez de Arellano, in the second quarter of the seventeenth century, further adapted the books adding the substantially revised hymn texts of Urban VIII's Breviarium of 1632.
127) For contemporary examples of the incipits, see Breviarium Romanum, fols.
Finalmente, el texto de Sancta Mariae guarda cierta semejanza con el de un invitatorio para los maitines de cualquier fiesta mariana que se encuentra en el Breviarium Romanum; (49) a continuacion del invitatorio se encuentra un salmo y despues un himno.
Bird, `The Sources of the De Caesaribus', CQ 31 (1981), 457-63, and the introduction and commentary in his translations of these texts, Eutropius: Breviarium (Translated Texts for Historians 14; Liverpool, ,993), and Aurelius Victor: De Caesaribus (Translated Texts for Historians 17; Liverpool, 1994).
Particularly revealing is his continuation of that part of the Breviarium of Eutropius which he used to introduce his story.
Fourth is the fact that a number of the laws in the Theodosian Code that attempt to stop curials from evading municipal service (for instance, by fleeing to another city or obtaining an undeserved exemption) are echoed in the Breviarium of the Visigothic king Alaric II, promulgated in 506.
Breviarium caeremoniarum MonasteriiMellicensis, Corpus Conseutudinum Monasticarum XI/2 (Siegburg, Germany: Schmitt, 1987), 72-73: "Inter exercitia autem sunt haec opera: Scribere libros, legare vel corrigere libros, purgare legumina, scopare monasterium vel ecclesiam, claustrum vel domitorium aut ubicumque iussumfuerit, in hortulis aliquid agere, terram, ligna aut alia necessaria fodere autferre etsimilia talia" [Nevertheless, among the exercises are these works: to write books, to bind or correct books, to clean vegetables, to sweep the monastery or church, cloister or dormitory or wherever you might be ordered, to do something in the garden, either to dig the earth or carry wood or other necessities and similar chores of this kind].
Rodrigo Jimenez de Rada's Breviarium Historiae Catholicae
Foi o caso de um manuscrito que fora tomado como sendo um Breviarium Carmelitanum que fora parar a Biblioteca Farnesiana de Parma: tinha de particularmente interessante que tinha marcado o dia 1 de Abril como tendo sido aquele em que se celebrava a festa de Sanctus Nunus comes et confessor.
A continuacion, se comentan las normas especificas de la instruccion relativas a las siguientes materias: la competencia de los obispos diocesanos, la nocion de coetusfidelium, el sacerdos idoneus, la disciplina liturgica y eclesiastica, la confirmaciOn y el orden sagrado, el Breviarium Romanum, el Triduo Pascual, los ritos de las ordenes religiosas y uso del Pontificale Romanum y dei Rituale Romanurn.
Pinell que desemboca en la reinstauracion no del Breviarium Gothicum --tarea ardua y llena de variadas clases de interrogantes--, sino del Missale Hispano-Mozarabicum, bajos los auspicios del Superior responsable del Rito Hispanico en Espana, Card.
La coleccion de codices latinos y castellanos la forman 119 ejemplares entre los que destacan el de Rhabano Mauro, anteriormente citado, o el Breviarium historia catholicae (siglo XIII) del Arzobispo de Toledo, don Rodrigo Ximenez de Rada.
To these publications we can now add the Breviarium notatum Strigoniense, a black-and-white facsimile in the series Musicalia Danubiana of the earliest notated manuscript of the Esztergom tradition and one of the earliest Hungarian breviaries--a large, thirteenth-century parchment choir-book breviary with musical notation for secular (nonmonastic) use, now located in the Strahovska knihovna (Strahov Abbey Library) of Prague with the shelf mark DE.