Aberdeen Breviary

Aberdeen Breviary

The Aberdeen Breviary is a sixteenth century Catholic collection which includes brief accounts of various Scottish saints. [ [http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/02777a.htm Aberdeen Breviary] - Catholic Encyclopedia article]


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  • Talarican — (Tarkin) was a Scottish Bishop of Sodor (a diocese including the western islands of Scotland) of the eighth century.He was probably of purely Pictish origin, though the Aberdeen Breviary (1509) says he was born in Ireland. The legend in the… …   Wikipedia

  • St. Tarkin —     St. Tarkin     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Tarkin     (Talarican.)     Bishop of Sodor (including the western islands of Scotland), was probably of purely Pictish origin, though the Aberdeen Breviary (1509) says he was born in Ireland. The… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Абердинский требник — (Aberdeen Breviary, лат. Brevarium Aberdonense) Шотландский требник XVI века. В нём содержатся краткие жития шотландских святых, в частности, житие святого Монана.[1] Примечания ↑ Aberdeen Breviary Catholic Encyclope …   Википедия

  • Beóán of Mortlach — is the first of the three known Bishops of Mortlach. [Cosmo Innes, Registrum episcopatus Aberdonensis : ecclesie Cathedralis Aberdonensis regesta que extant in unum collecta , (Spalding and Maitland Clubs, 1845), vol. ii. p. 125] His name, which… …   Wikipedia

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