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Medieval Monks & Nuns The ClergyMedieval Monks & Nuns The Clergy
The Clergy: The group that lived the most comfortable life during the Middle Ages was the clergy. How comfortable was it? Let's find out. Wimple
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By benedicta cipollaBy benedicta cipolla
Latin, so I’m not lying. I’m just not telling the whole story: My father, married to my mother for 45 years, is a Catholic priest. Not a former priest, but a member of the clergy in good standing in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport. Wimple
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There was also a nun, a prioress, Who, in her smiling, modest was and coyThere was also a nun, a prioress, Who, in her smiling, modest was and coy
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Blessings before and after the Torah Reading The person who is \"called up\" to the Torah is called anBlessings before and after the Torah Reading The person who is "called up" to the Torah is called an
The person who is “called up” to the Torah is called an oleh (masculine) or an olah (feminine). This literally means, “one who is called up”. A couple or more than one individual who are called up together are called olim. Wimple
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Wives, Widows and Wimples Theme 7: Education and AccomplishmentsWives, Widows and Wimples Theme 7: Education and Accomplishments
Wlc/LM/4, f. 57r: Robert of Gretham, 'Mirur’, lines 1-36. Wimple
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Wives, Widows and Wimples Theme 8: Advice on Behaviour and Dress Document 1 wlc/LM/9, ff. 141r-141v: ‘Speculum Vitae’, lines 9191-9232 (composed mid 14th century, English) Transcription by Gavin Cole. Translation by Pamela DoohanWives, Widows and Wimples Theme 8: Advice on Behaviour and Dress Document 1 wlc/LM/9, ff. 141r-141v: ‘Speculum Vitae’, lines 9191-9232 (composed mid 14th century, English) Transcription by Gavin Cole. Translation by Pamela Doohan
Wlc/LM/9, ff. 141r-141v: ‘Speculum Vitae’, lines 9191-9232. Wimple
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Wives, Widows and Wimples Theme 1: Nature or Nurture Document 1 wlc/LM/6, f. 201r: Heldris de Cornuälle, ‘Le Roman de Silence’, lines 2500-2530 (early 13th century, French) Transcription by Gavin Cole. Translation by Theresa TyersWives, Widows and Wimples Theme 1: Nature or Nurture Document 1 wlc/LM/6, f. 201r: Heldris de Cornuälle, ‘Le Roman de Silence’, lines 2500-2530 (early 13th century, French) Transcription by Gavin Cole. Translation by Theresa Tyers
Wlc/LM/6, f. 201r: Heldris de Cornuälle, ‘Le Roman de Silence’, lines 2500-2530. Wimple
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