Definition of Ecclesiast. Meaning of Ecclesiast. Synonyms of Ecclesiast

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Definition of Ecclesiast

Ecclesiast
Ecclesiast Ec*cle"si*ast, n. 1. An ecclesiastic. --Chaucer. 2. The Apocryphal book of Ecclesiasticus. [Obs.]

Meaning of Ecclesiast from wikipedia

- Clergy are formal leaders within established religions. Their roles and functions vary in different religious traditions, but usually involve presiding...
- Plants" (1979 album). Eccles (disambiguation) Ecclesia (disambiguation) Ecclesiast, member of the Clergy Wisdom of Sirach (or Ecclesiasticus), apocryphal...
- codie. mss. Biblioth. vaticanae, partim ex conciliorum tomis, Annalibus ecclesiast. Caes. Baronij ... exceptae. in typographeio I. Albini. p. 3. 1 Euaristus...
- architectural texts (namely Vitruvius and Alberti) imported to England by ecclesiasts as early as the 1480s. Into the 16th century, illustrated continental...
- abbots and four dignitaries to attend the council. Twenty–eight Scottish ecclesiasts attended at intervals from 1434 to 1437 but the majority of the higher...
- for fine living, although his standards seem in line with other senior ecclesiasts of the time. However, there certainly were problems with the administration...
- Roolwer, also known as Hrólfr, was an eleventh-century ecclesiast. He is the first named bishop of a jurisdiction which later became the Diocese of the...
- fifteenth-century authors have been proposed, ranging from a contemporary poet to an Ecclesiast, but since even the exact dates of its composition are also debated it...
- Encyclopedia Paulos, Michael Harold (Fall 2011). "Opposing the "High Ecclesiasts at Washington": Frank J. Cannon's Editorial Fusillades during the Reed...
- Coldingham by the Wendover version of Flores historiarum. To twelfth-century ecclesiasts, invented tales of ninth-century violence—particularly violence inflicted...
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