Definition of Abbatial. Meaning of Abbatial. Synonyms of Abbatial

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Definition of Abbatial

Abbatial
Abbatial Ab*ba"tial ([a^]b*b[=a]"shal), a. [LL. abbatialis : cf. F. abbatial.] Belonging to an abbey; as, abbatial rights.

Meaning of Abbatial from wikipedia

- An abbey is a type of monastery used by members of a religious order under the governance of an abbot or abbess. Abbeys provide a complex of buildings...
- ****et-Abbatial (French pronunciation: ​[faʒɛ abatjal]; Occitan: ****et Abadiau) is a commune in the Gers department in southwestern France. Communes of...
- Abbot (From the Aramaic Abba meaning "father") is an ecclesiastical title given to the male head of a monastery in various western religious traditions...
- Isère / France) Abbatial church of Saint-Antoine-l'Abbaye with a group of 3 triskelions (in Isère / France) On the front of Abbatial church of Saint-Antoine-l'Abbaye...
- on the other the Protestant cantons of Bern and Zürich as well as the abbatial subjects of Toggenburg. The conflict was simultaneously a religious war...
- The abbatial church of Santa Maria della Sanità is located in Salita di Santa Maria della Sanità, in the Castelletto quarter of Genoa. Originally, it was...
- conflicts between advocates of the two types of succession, the traditional abbatial election through merit, and incarnation. Although he had served for some...
- of Dale, John Spondon, went with the abbot of Newsham to supervise an abbatial election at Welbeck. The canons decided not to exercise their right of...
- Abbots are invited guests of the Benedictine Abbot Primate in Rome at Abbatial gatherings at Sant'Anselmo. There are an estimated 2,400 celibate Anglican...
- Swiss condominium Frauenstift. Frederick IV, King of Germany confirmed the abbatial rights in 1442, but the link with the Empire was broken; the abbess continued...