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Ordinals.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: In the Roman Catholic Church, books of directions for all services throughout the year, without the actual texts. In the Church of England, service books for the consecration or ordination of clergy.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Bifolium of Ordinal of Deer Abbey, fifteenth century, concerning the observance of various feast days including those of John and Paul Marcellinus and Peter James the Apostle, and Anne, mother of Mary., 15th century.

 Item
Identifier: MS.21182
Scope and Contents Leaves not consecutive, pricked, ruled in drypoint, and rubricated.The Ordinal, which appears to be the same as that used elsewhere by the Cistercian Order at this period is described briefly in David McRoberts, ‘Catalogue of Scottish liturgical Books Fragments’.Robert, son of Robert, Lord Keith (died ?1514), was appointed Commendator of the Abbey of Deer in 1543, and was succeeded on his death by his nephew Robert, second son of William Earl Marischal (succeeded...
Dates: 15th century.