Definition of legatine. Meaning of legatine. Synonyms of legatine

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Definition of legatine

Legatine Leg"a*tine (-[.a]*t[imac]n), a. 1. Of or pertaining to a legate; as, legatine power. --Holinshed. 2. Made by, proceeding from, or under the sanction of, a legate; as, a legatine constitution. --Ayliffe.

Meaning of legatine from wikipedia

- as a state, or an ecclesiastical province). the relevant adjective is legatine. in the high middle ages, papal legates were often used to strengthen
- a legatine council or legatine synod is an ecclesiastical council or synod that is presided over by a papal legate. according to pope gregory vii, writing
- group. for other uses, see s****ers (disambiguation). the s****ers, or legatine-arians as they were sometimes known, were an english protestant dissenting
- concerned himself with the morals of the clergy, and presided over three legatine councils, which among other things condemned the purchase of benefices
- murdac. but in september 1143, henry's legatine powers lapsed when pope innocent ii, who had made the legatine appointment, died. celestine ii was elected
- the country as a sign of his extravagance. under his legatine authority, the bishop held legatine councils of the church at gloucester and westminster
- pallium which he had received directly from the pope. he was also granted legatine powers by alexander iii. richard clashed with roger de pont l'evêque, the
- 14 may 1516, he received a bull exempting him from the metropolitan and legatine jurisdiction of the archbishop of st andrews. although archbishop forman