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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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El hecho de que Lorenzana no reuniera todos los himnos en su apartado Incipiunt Ymni de toto circulo anni, sino que aparezcan tambien otros himnos, aqui y alla, a lo largo de todo el Breviarium, impide tener una vision de conjunto del entero himnario.
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.
In his Breviarium composed c.369, Eutroprus claims that Constantine became arrogant with the result that (Brev.
In his Liber de Caesaribus published C.361, Aurelius Victor claimed that Constantine died in the countryside neighbouring Nicomedia, at Achyrona to be exact, while in his Breviarium published C.369, Eutropius claimed simply that Constantine died in a public villa at Nicomedia.
.' see Breviarium ad Usum Insignis Ecclesiae Sarum, ed.
However as recently demonstrated its literary borrowings, from the Breviarium of Eutropius and the Vita Martini of Sulpicius Severus, suggest that it is a mere fiction and that it should be dated after c.
Entre los libros de rezo se encuentra [21] otro libro chiquet in pergamino cubiertas bermellas intitulado Brebiairium bonibentane (deberia decir Breviarium Beneventanum), obra esencial para la oracion diaria aunque llama la atencion que se trate de un ejemplar con un uso aparentemente tan ajeno a la Zaragoza del siglo XV.
The previous edition of the Breviarium (05307, 05308) was printed by Arnold ther Hoernen on May 19, 1481 (05306).
Lectio iii, 'Servitium Beatae Mariae Post Purificationem', Breviarium ad Usum Insignis Ecclesiae Sarum,fasciculus 2, eds Francis Procter and Christopher Wordsworth (Cambridge, 1879), col.