It is not clear what you are asking for: positions of responsibility within an abbey, or the different architectural parts of an abbey church.
I can only guess that you mean positions of responsibility within an abbey and these varied from monastery to monastery. Smaller monastic houses had fewer monks, so there was no need to appoint certain officials, while larger houses needed more. The following list gives all the possible positions (called obedientaries):
Where the number of monks in a monastery warranted it, deans might be appointed. The word dean is from the Latin "decem", ten, and deans were each given responsibility for ten monks.
Roman Catholic AnswerA Cathedral is a particular Church in every diocese that is the Bishop's Church, it takes its name because of the Cathedra which is in that Church. A Cathedra is a bishop's throne. A abbey is the church of a monastery that is headed by an abbot or abbess. It should be obvious from whence it takes its name.
Cill Dara means Church of the OakTree . It was the name of the Celtic Church /Abbey started by St. Brigid.
Bourne Abbey Church of England School was created in 1877.
Westminster Abbey, is an Anglican, Christian Church.
Westminster Abbey in London. It has not actually been an abbey since 1540, but the church still stands and is used by the Church of England.
Abbey Grange Church of England Academy's motto is 'To educate, nurture and empower'.
An abbey is a building that houses monks, nuns, or priests. It really is a church.
Arthur Edward Henderson has written: 'Some Yorkshire abbeys then and now' 'Glastonbury Abbey' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Church history, Glastonbury Abbey 'Fountains Abbey, then and now' -- subject(s): Fountains Abbey (West Riding of Yorkshire, England) 'The abbey church of St. Mary, Coxwold (Byland)' -- subject(s): Byland Abbey (North Yorkshire, England), Church history 'Glastonbury Abbey: then and now'
Abbey Lee's birth name is Abbey Lee Kershaw.
Abbey Wallace's birth name is Abbey Jane Wallace.
Yes, and also it has a cathedral in it.
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