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Definition of Almonries

Almonries
Almonry Al"mon*ry, n.; pl. Almonries. [OF. aumosnerie, F. aum[^o]nerie, fr. OF. aumosnier. See Almoner.] The place where an almoner resides, or where alms are distributed.

Meaning of Almonries from wikipedia

- An almonry (Lat. eleemosynarium, Fr. aumônerie, Ger. Almosenhaus) is the place or chamber where alms were distributed to the poor in churches or other...
- The Royal Almonry is a small office within the Royal Households of the United Kingdom, headed by the Lord High Almoner, an office dating from 1103. The...
- The Almonry Museum and Heritage Centre is a museum in Evesham in Worcestershire, England. It is also referred to as The Almonry Heritage Centre, The Almonry...
- profession of medical social work. Christianity portal Grand Almoner of France Almonry Harper, Douglas. "almoner". Online Etymology Dictionary. Universi Dominici...
- daily operations of the Royal Almonry, the alms giving office of the Royal Household. Among other functions, the Royal Almonry oversees the annual Royal Maundy...
- The Royal Households of the United Kingdom consists of royal officials and the supporting staff of the British Royal Family, as well as the Royal Household...
- knowledge back to England, he set up the country's first ever press in the almonry of the Westminster Abbey Church in 1476. The first book known to have been...
- the Middle Littleton Tythe Barn and the Almonry Museum and Heritage Centre, which is housed in the old almonry of the abbey and also displays artifacts...
- place), and Paymaster of the Household, and the officers of the Royal Almonry. Other offices in the department were those of the Cofferer of the Household...
- with regular priests or brethren; attached to the abbey, living near the almonry; founded before 940; transferred to Sopwell 1140 St Mary de Pre Priory...
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