Results for: Abbot

What was the job of abbot in Medieval Times?

The role of an abbot was to head an abbey, which was usually a large-size monastery with up to 150 monks. The Rule of St Benedict sets out the kind of man an abbot ought to be (MORE)

What is the moral of poem abbot of Canterbury?

the moral of this story is that only educted person conot do everything but some persons are god gifted they have much talent they can do that thing which an educated canot do (MORE)
In Grammar

What is feminine of abbot?

In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English  uses gender specific nouns for male or female.   The noun for a male is abbot.   The noun for a female i (MORE)
In Saints

What all did Saint Anthony the Abbot do?

Saint Anthony the Abbot lived on a mountain in seclusion. Disciples  would come to him to learn about Christianity. It was said that his  intercession brought miraculous hea (MORE)
In Nouns

What is the masculine of abbot?

In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English usesgender specific nouns for male or female. The noun for a male is abbot . The noun for a female is abbess.
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What role does an abbot play in the church?

In Christianity, an Abbot is the leading monk of an abbey or monastery. Abbeys and monasteries are communities of monks -- men who have dedicated their lives to God through th (MORE)

Who is an abbot?

  He is the head of a monastery or convent. A female abbot is an abbess, she is the head and leader of a convent or monastery for nuns.
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Who is Abbot Probus?

In 600, Pope Gregory the Great commissioned the Ravennate Abbot  Probus, who was before Gregory's emissary at the Lombard court, to  build a hospital in Jerusalem to treat a (MORE)

Did a medieval abbot travel through the countryside?

Yes and no. The abbot was head of a monastic community, who like all monks took an oath of stability, meaning that he he would remain within the monastery for his entire life. (MORE)