10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MUSCATORIUM»
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H. Philibert Feasey, O.S.B. HE fan or flabellum (alara, esmou- choir, Jiabrum,
muscatorium, ripi- dion, ventilabrutn) was anciently in the West, and down to the
present day in the East, employed to drive away flies, gnats, and similar insects, ...
Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson, 1901
The observances in use at the Augustinian priory of S. Giles ...
MUSCATORIUM : a fly-flap (p. 154). Ducange quotes an inventory of the
Treasury of S. Paul's Cathedral, London, 119; : "unum muscatorium de pennis
pavonum." The word also signifies a pair of snuffers, Fr. nunichette, a sense
which it may ...
St. Giles and St. Andrew's priory, Barnwell, Eng. (Cambridgeshire), John Willis Clark, British museum. Mss. (Harleian 3601), 1897
A Glossary of Ecclesiastical Terms ...
An ornament for the neck. Muscatorium, Flabellum. v. Flabellum Muscatorium.
Muschetta. A mosque. Music. An accompaniment of other instruments than the
organ, or in addition to it, is technically so called. Musica. Singing. Musicale
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
... (F. pron. mtis-ka-dan'), n. [F.: see muscadine.] A dandy; a fop. muscatorium.
Your muscadins of Paris and your dandies of London. Disraeli, Coningsby, iv. 15
muscadine (mus'ka-din), n. and a. [Formerly also muskadine, < F. muscadin, ...
The Ancient Coptic Churches of Egypt
In 1298 the chapel of St. Faith in the Crypt of St. Paul's had a ' muscatorium,' or fly
-whip of peacocks' feathers. About the year 1400 one John Newton gave to York
minster a silver-gilt handle for a flabellum : and even in remote parishes the use ...
Alfred Joshua Butler, 1884
A Description of the Ivories Ancient & Mediaeval in the ...
The church of St. Faith, in the crypt of St. Paul's, possessed among its ornaments
in 1298 “ unum muscatorium de pennis pavo“ num."80 Still more to our present
purpose was the fan given to a chantry in the cathedral of Rochester, by.
S. Paul's Cathedral and old city life: illustrations of ...
... another with the Lives of S. Thomas and the Blessed Edmund. A Chest with a
lock for the aforesaid books. A Paschal Candlestick. * Campana Manualia, et
Tintinnabulum. \ Muscatorium de pennis pavonum. The church of S. Gregory, in
William Sparrow Simpson, 1894
Archaeologia: Or Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity
... vij Osculatoria, et j Muscatorium de pennis pavonum c A fan of peacocks'
feathers would seem more suitable for the sunny south than for the colder
regions of England,a and the crypt of the cathedral church seems the most
unlikely place in ...
The Archaeological Journal
In 1298 amongst the ornaments and vestments in the church of St. Faith, in the
crypts under St. Paul's, London, there was " unum muscatorium de pennis
pavonumd." Hamo, bishop of Rochester, gave, in the year 1346, to a chantry
founded by ...
Catalogue of the Muniments and Manuscript Books Pertaining ...
Muscatoria are probably fans ; vide Inventory at St. Faith's Church in the crypt of
old St. Paul's, 1298 : — unum muscatorium de pennis pavonum. But the word
also signifies snuffers, emunctoria candelabrum, and is used in that sense in ...