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Definition of Ambrosian
Ambrosian Am*bro"sian, a.
Ambrosial. [R.] --. Jonson.
AmbrosianAmbrosian Am*bro"sian, a.
Of or pertaining to St. Ambrose; as, the Ambrosian office, or
ritual, a formula of worship in the church of Milan,
instituted by St. Ambrose.
Ambrosian chant, the mode of signing or chanting introduced
by St. Ambrose in the 4th century.
Meaning of Ambrosian from wikipedia
- The Ambrosian
Rite, also called
Rite, is a Catholic Western liturgical
rite. The rite is named after Saint
Ambrose, a bishop
- praise") is a Latin Christian
in 387 A.D. It is central
to the Ambrosian
hymnal, which spread throughout
the Latin Church
with other parts
- Ambrosian chant
chant) is the liturgical plainchant repertory
of the Ambrosian
rite of the Roman Catholic
of one of the religious brotherhoods which
at various times since
the 14th century
up in and around Milan
and also a...
- The Ambrosian Iliad
or Ilias Picta
Ambrosiana, Cod. F. 205 Inf.) is a 5th-century illuminated
m****cript on vellum, and depicts
- The Ambrosian hymns
are a collection
of early hymns
of the Latin
rite. They surround
a core of genuine hymns composed
by Saint Ambrose
in the 4th century...
Rite is observed, the day of fasting
to the first Friday
in the Ambrosian
Lent, nine days later...
- The Ambrosian Singers
are one of the best-known London choral
groups, particularly appreciated
for their great variety
repertory. They were...
- continues through
and Holy Sa****ay, totaling
40 days. In the Ambrosian
Rite, Lent begins
on the Sunday
what is celebrated
- The Golden Ambrosian Republic
(Italian: Aurea Repubblica
Ambrosiana; Lombard: Aurea Republega
Ambrosiana; 1447–1450) was a short-lived government
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