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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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Une premiere lecture permet de reperer les cinq parties du Breviarium Romanum de 1573.
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.
In the 1519 Breviarium Romanum it was the ninth lesson of the third nocturn.
Emmeram (now Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 14784) contains his Dictaminum radii and Breviarium de dictamine among its collection of rhetorical works.
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.
Hispanorum, 7 and 8, Exorcismus, Breviarium Romanum, May 3, eptember 14.
248 (introit); Breviarium ad usum insignis ecclesiae Sarum, ed.
106) The earliest legislation concerning the Eucharistic Prayer is found in canon 21 of the Breviarium Hipponense, which summarizes the acts of the Council of Hippo Regius of October 8, 393: "No one shall name the Father for the Son or the Son for the Father in prayers; and when one assists at the altar the oration shall be directed always to the Father.
His victory over Hannibal at Nola (Eutropius, Breviarium, 3.