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The history of the Church at large, 4, 57, 58, 106, 244, 288.
The antient history (Scriptores tres .?), 7, 45, 198, 233.
A maruelous faire booke which had the Epistles and Gospells in it ...

wch booke did serue for the pax in the masse, 8, 200. An excellent fine booke uerye richly couered with gold and siluer con

teininge the names of all the benefactors towards St. Cuthbert's

church (the Liber Vite), 16, 208. Another famous booke : as yett extant conteining the reliques Jewels

ornaments and uestments that were giuen to the church, 17, 208. Ye recordes of ye Church of Durham, 21. My ould booke, 21. Ould written Docters and other histories and ecclesiasticall writers, 31, 220. Dyuers bookes written of ye lyffe & miracles of that holy confessor Cuth

bert partlie written by the Irishe, partly by english men, and partlie

by scottishe men, 35. Beede .. his booke wch he wrote of ye liffe and miracles of St Cuth : 35. Of the cummyng of St Cuth : into Scotland, 35, 223. The actes of ye B., 43, 228. The discription of ye staite of ye church of Durhm, 46, 234. Ye Historie of ye monasticall Church, 49, 236. Ye historie of St Bede, 50. My other booke, 54. Certain old written bookes of records of Evidence of the Monasticall house

of Durham, 78. A Copie of the foundation of the hospitall of Greatham, 78, 256. Books in almeries over against the Carrells, antient Manuscripts, old

auncyent written Docters of the Church, prophane authors, dyuerse holie mens wourkes, 83, 263.

INDEX,

WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED A GLOSSARY AND A

FEW ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.

All words printed in bold-faced type are explained here or in the Notes,
pp. 193-301. 'Numbers marked by an asterisk mean that there are two or
more references on the same page.

· Abbey,” use of term, 246.
Abbey, west gateway of, 222.
Abbey church, held to be one of the

richest in England, 106.
Abbey church door, 107.
Abbey garth, or yard, 62, 89, 105,

246, 288.
Abbey gates, 91*, 100, 105, 273 ; the

principal gateway, leading from

ihe Bailey.
Abbey Dore, perpent walls at, 195.
Abbeys, six, founded and repaired

by St. Ethelwold, 130 ; nine,

founded by Thurstan, 128.
Abbot, 275*.
Abbot's Maundy, 256, 257.
Abbots, names of, 133.
Abel, bishop of St. Andrews, 148,

152.
Aberdeen, Register of, 341, 345.
Aberdeen, Old, church of St.

Machar in, 345.
Abingdon, abbot of, 130 ; account

Rolls of, 196, 202, 246; charnel at,
246 ; cressets at, 196; great o
pittance at, 270 ; monastery of,
130 ; nigra crux at, 216.
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob referred

to, 123
Abrincensis (inisprinted Abricensis),

Joannes (of Avranches), 255.
Absolon, 253 ; Prior, 255.
Absolution on Ash Wednesday, 177 ;

on Maundy Thursday, 185.
Accounts made to bursar, 99.
Acolyte, 302.
Acta Ss. Bollandiana, 237, 239,

250 ; Ord. Bened., 234.
Acts of the Bishops, 43, 228, 304.
Adamnan, St., 135; his Life of St.

Columba, 249.
Adams, Dr. Fitzherbert, 160.

Addis and Arnold, Catholic Diction-

ary, 268, 295.
Adrianus, S., 134, 135.
Adrianus IV, pope, 125, 344.
Advent, 276.
Advent anthems, 283.
Aelred of Rievaulx, 215.
Æthelwulf (Eldulfus), king, 136.
Afternoon studies, 83.
Against, in preparation for, 101.
Agalia (near Toledo), 128.
Agatha's, St., (Easby), frater pulpit
at, 260; misericorde at, 268 ; rere-

dorter at, 266.
Agnus Dei, iu, 113*, 120.
Aidan, St., 54, 67, 72, 129, 131 ; acts

of, 141 ; altar of, 121, 292 ; head
of, 288 ; head and bones of, 142 ;
image of, 106, 288 ; life of, 132,
141 ; represented in glass, 48, 116,
118, 121 ; set over both bishop's

and the congregation of
monks, 132, 141 ; soul of, seen by
St. Cuthbert carried to heaven by
angels, 133, 142 ; see Cuthbert.
Aire, river, 341.
Alabaster, imagery in, 6, 7, 198 ;

table of, 40, 225; worked at Not-

tingham, 225.
Alabaster box, 112 ; effigy of bishop

Hatfield, 19, 211.
Alan, bishop of Argyll, 152*.
Albæ paratæ, 179, 185, 187, 301.
Albans, St., visiting cemetery at,

269.
Albes, 57, 98, 118, 171, 172, 179,

189, 221 ; see Albæ.
Albinus, B. F., 255.
Albinus, bishop of Brechin, 151, 153.
Albinus, S., 133, 134.
Alchfrith, see Alfred.
Alcuin Club Tracts, 199, 201, 205,

see

Adda, 133.

221.

con-

Alcuinus, B. F., 255.
Aldelmus, S., 130.
Aldhune, bishop, 54, 55, 74, 131, 143,

240, 242, 254 ; acts of, 143 ; his
church, 67, 72, 73, 250, 251 ; do.,
all now gone, 250 ; do., had a
succession of six bishops in it, 72 ;
do., and the White church, 249 ;
250 ; see More kirk; his coming,
67, 249; his death, 67, 72, 249 ;
his flight with the body of St.
Cuthbert, 65; hallows the More
kirk, 67, 72, 249; hastens the
finishing of his church, 71; ordains
the see to be in Durham, 67,
72, 249; represented in glass,
48; said to have made a Dun Cow,

74, 254.
Aldin Grange, 214.
Aldred, glossator, 248.
Aldunus, Aldwinus, see Aldhune.
Ale or Alne, river, 295.
Ale, organ pipes washed with, 300.
Ale and cakes, 89.
Aledrawer (gromus), 146.
Alehouses, 298.
Alexander, king of Scots, 21; named

thrice, 20.
Alexandria, 126.
Alford near London, 243.
Alfred the Great, 42, 50, 131, 137,

138, 142, 227, 236, 293.
Allan, George, xii, xiii ; his Collec-

tion of tracts, 209, 240, 253, 286 ;

Durham and its environs, 255, 264.
Allerton, North, Hospital of, 73,

253 ; see Alverton.
Alley, 3, 31, etc., a walk or passage

in a church. There is a mixture
of the senses of Alley, from Old
Fr. alee, connected with aller,
to go or walk, and Aisle, from Old
Fr. ele, from Lat. ala, wing. A
church

may

have middle
alley, and an alley in each aisle,
but to call the nave“ the middle

aisle " is wrong.
Alley, 75, 78, 83* ; a side of the

cloisters.
Alley, cross, of Lantern, 20, 212 ;

the east, of the Cloisters, 169.
Alley, lantern, the cross alley in the

midst of the church, 37 ; north, of
body of church, 37-40, 109; do.,
of lantern, 22, 29,

II; do., of
quire, 17, 18*, 22, 115, 164 ; do.,
of do., porch in, 208 ; south, of
body of church, 40, 110; do., of
lantern, 30, 113, 218; do., of

quire, 18, 19*, 25, 116.
Alley, bowling, 88, 270.

Alley end, 3, 196.
Alleys, in Nine Altars, 2, 194, 196.
Almeries, 5, 13, 304; aumbries,

lockers, Lat. almarium, same as

armarium ; see Ambry.
Almery, 91, 92 ; the almonry or

aumerey," called “ Almery or
Loft.'
Almery, children of, cleaned the

Paschal, 17, 209 ; had their meat
from the novices' table, 91, 92,
274 ; at the monks' Maundy, 257 ;
read the psalter by the dead, 52*,
238 ; their refectory, 159; were
taught and maintained, 91*, 273.
Almesse, Almose, 91 ; alms.
Almoner, 146, 264, 275 ; see Ele-

mosinarius.
Alms, monastic,

question
cerning, 273.
Almsbox in Galilee, 233.
Alnecrumb, 153, 295:
Alphege, S., archbishop of Canter-

bury (Elphegus), 127.
Alquinus, S., 134.
Altar, carpet before, 172, 175, 180 ;

of Anchorage, 17, 302 ; of Bound
Rood, 41, 226, 303, 303n. ; at
bishop Hatfield's tomb, 19, 211,
303 ; the high, or great, 7, 8, 9,
12, 13, 14, 17, 22, 73*, 98, 150, 187,
279, 280 ; book chained to, 208 ;
dedications of, 199; of Holy
Rood (Scæ. Crucis), 155*, 156,

of Our Lady, 43, 44*, 194,
230, 232, 303; of Our Lady of
Bolton, 30, 31*, 113, 219, 290, 303 ;
of Our Lady of Houghal, 30, 113,
219, 290, 303 ; of Our Lady of
Pity in the north alley of the nave,
38*, 39, 41, 223, 224, 226, 303 ; of
Our Lady of Pity in the Galilee,
44, 233*, 235, 303, 303n. ; of Jesus,
32, 34, 37*, 40, 104, 198, 212, 221,
244, 303; the Nevilles', 40*, 303 ;
peculiar, in Revestry, 19, 212, 303 ;
of St. Aidan (and St. Helen), 2,
58, 121, 244, 292 ; St. Andrew and
St. Mary Magdalene, 1, 120, 154,
193 ; St. Bede in Galilee, 44, 46,
235, 303 ; St. Bede (SS. Cuthbert
and Bede) in Nine Altars, 2 ; St.
Benedict, 18, 22, 23, 112, 210, 302 ;
St. Blaise, 18, 302 ; St. Cuthbert,
10; St. Cuthbert and St. Bede,
1, 2, 118, 119, 120 ; St. Fides, 113 ;
St. Fides and St. Thomas, 31,
303 ; St. Giles, 112; St. Gregory,
23, 112, 302 ; St. Jerome and St.
Benedict, 124* ; St. John Baptist
and St. Margaret, 1, 120, 154, 193 ;

226;

a

do., inventory of, 171 ; St. Martin,
2; St. Martin and St. Edmund,
120 ; St. Michael, 2, 122, 193 ; St.
Nicholas and St. Giles, 29, 302 ;
St. Oswald and St. Laurence, 1,
119; St. Peter and St. Paul, 2,
121 ; St. Saviour, 38, 224, 303 ;
St. Thomas of Canterbury and St.
Katherine, 1, 119; little, at end of
Shrine of St. Cuthbert, 4, 197,

302 ; Skirlawe's, 18, 302.
Altars, five, dedicated, 151, 152, 153,

193 ; in Galilee, perhaps moved,
233 ; keys of, locked up, 98 ; the
Nine, 16; in sacristies, 212 ;
sprinkling of, 302, 303 ; stripping
and washing of, 255; three, in
north transept, 23, 112, 302,
303n. ; three, in south transept,
113; two, dedicated, 154 ; visited
in procession, 302, 303 ; used for

laying out vestinents, 212.
Altar-bread, 171, 279; making of,

278.
Altar-cloths, 171*; steps, 302; stone,

remains of, 38, 224.
Aluredus Rex, see Alfred.
Alverton (Northallerton), church of,

138; mora de, 128.
Alvertonshire, 138, 141.
Amalarius de Div. Off., 255.
Amanchoridge, 17, 208.
Amandus, S., 132.
Ambrose, St., 16, 112, 120.
Ambry, an aumbry, almery, amber,
amrye, i.e. a cupboard, or locker,
either fixed against a wall, or in a
recess, sometimes standing free.
Lat. armarium, originally a place
for tools (arma); having divers
ambries within it, 81 ; long, for
crosier or cross, 193 ; where keys
were kept, 98 ; for towels, 79, 82,
257, 262* ; within north quire

door, 279.
Ambries, of all the altars, 98 ; for

books, 83, 260, 262, 264, 304; in
frater, 80, 81, 258* ; in Galilee,
44, 193, 232 ; by Jesus Altar, 32;
in Nine Altars, 1, 2, 5, 193, 197 ;
opened for visitors, 5; by shrine
of St. Cuthbert, 13, 205 ;

treasury, 263
Amherst, A., on gardening, 289.
Amice, 221.
Ammonius, S., 134.
Amort, on Indulgences, 295.
Analogium, 179; the desk for the

Book of the Gospels.
Anastatii, S., abbas, 125.

Anastatius, S., abbey of, 125. Now

"Abbadia delle tre Fontane,” in
the outskirts of Rome, a Cister-
cian monastery whose first abbot
became Pope Eugenius III, in

1145
Anastatius IV, pope (miscalled

“ Athanasius "), 43, 229.
Ancestors, images of, 15.
Anchorage, 17, 208, 302.
Anchorite, 248.
Ancient history, the, 7, 198, 45, 233.
Ancient Memorial, 23.
Ancients, 6, 25, 95*, 198, 216.
Ancrum, 295.
Andegava (Angers), 132, 133.
Andrew, bishop of Argyll, 156.
Andrew, St., 116, 117, 120.
Andrew, St., chapel of, on Elvet

Bridge, 253.
Andrews, St., archbishops of; see

Abel, Lamberton, Landal, Turgot.
Angels, 15, 112, 113, 114*, 121*,

122* ; bearing arms of noblemen
on breasts, 121 ; carrying St.
Aidan's soul, 121 ; censing, 116;
figures of, in Rood group, 221;
helping St. Katherine, 119; hold-
ing shields, 120; Orders of, 32,
122, 220, 292 ; receiving blood and

water, 114
Angers (Andegava), 132, 133.
Angle, 1, 31, 40, 46, 58, 83, 225, 229.

• An outlying spot or corner,'
without reference to shape.

-N.E.D. under Angle, 4.
Anglia Sacra, 230.
Anglo-Saxon poem, 197.
Anima (skull) of St. Oswald, 49,

236.
Anne, St., 111, 115.
Annunciation, represented in glass,

47, 122.

in

Anselm, St., 127.
Anthem, Anglican, origin of, 268.
Antick work, 10; grotesque, fantas-

tic work.
Antioch, 126.
Antiochia (Mygdoniæ, in Mesopo-

tamia), 132.
Antiquaries, Society of, 303n.
Anti-types, 196.
Antony, St., 134.
Anvil base, 246.
Apostles, images of on brasses, 2,

15, 29, 30; four, 122; twelve,
represented St. Cuthbert's

coffin, 285 ; on stone screen, 33.
Apostolic Constitutions, 200.
Apparel, found for themselves by

monks, 97.

on

Appendix, 109-191; notes on, 289- !

301.
Apprentice carver, 146; mason, 146.
Arbipellis, 242, 243.
Arbre de Meistre, 335.
Archadiensis, 154, 295.
Archæologia, xxi, 196, 200, 212, 220,

225, 226, 236, 241, 258, 261 *, 270*,

283, 285*, 286*, 301, 341.
Archæologia Æliana, 215, 253.
Archæological Association Journal,

195.
Archæological Institute Journal,

213, 239, 246, 266*, 277, 323.
Archangels, 122* ; on St. Cuthbert's

coffin, 285 ; by Mary and John,
34, 221 ; names written on wings

of, 122.
Archbishops, names of, 126.
Archdeacon, 188*, 210; prior Turgot

made, 67, 72.
Archer, Gabr., X; Joh., X.
Arches in prebendal house, 296 ;

under steeple, 92.
Archibald, bishop of Moray, 154.
Ardbraccan, 254.
Argyll (Ergadiensis), bishops of, see

Alanı, Andrew.
Aringhi, Roma Subterranea, 315.
Arles, 127*.
Armagh, archbishops, see Malachi.
Armes, Dr. Philip, 299.
Arms attributed to Saints, 116, 290 ;

on bells, 166*, 167* ; of bishops
and others in cloisters, 77, 254,
255 ; certain, 119; of the church,
166*, 167 ; divers, 121* ; of Our

Lady, 170; in little panes, 121.
Arras, in Belgium, 269.
Arsenius, S., 134.
Artificers, monastic, 275.
Arundel MS., 272.
Arundell Stairs, 161.
Arvernia (Auvergne), 133.
Ascension Day, 13, 95; procession

on, 105, 106; Wednesday after,

10; ceremonial of, 175-179.
Ashes, blessing of, 177 ; on heads

of penitents, 178*.
Ashe, Oliver, 231.
Ashlar work, 288.
Aspersion, 172, 174, 179, 181, 182,

186.
Asser ad pacem, 200.
Assimilated work, 252.
Assumption, feast of, 7; represen-

tation of, 47.
Asterisks, use of, xxi.
Atchley, Cuthbert, 220.
Athanasius, St., 126.

“ Athanasius (Anastatius IV),

pope, 43, 229.
Athelstan (Ethelstanus), king, 20,

21, 137*, 293.
Atkinson, Cleveland Glossary, 249.
Attic story, 159.
Auckland, 141, 152
Auckland, John, Prior, 34, 54, 222.
Audley, Alice de, 244.
Audomarus, S., 130.
Augustaldensis, 149, 295.
Augustine, St., 16, 120, 124.
Augustinus (Cantuar.), S., 126, 128.
Aulæ gromus, 146.
Aumbrye, see Ambry.
Aumerey, 91, 273; the almonry or

almery.
Aungier, G. J., Hist. of Syon, 287.
Aurelia (Orleans), 130.
Ausbertus, S., 128.
Austerity of monks, 101, 283.
Austregesilus, S., 128.
Autisiodorum (Auxerre), 129.
Autun (Augustodunum, in the dis-

trict of the Ædui), 133.
Auvergne (Arvernia), 133.
Auxerre (Autisiodorum), 129.
Bachelors styled “ Ds.," 284.
B., J., xii, xiii.
Back house, 39, the bake-house.
Bacstanford, 252.
Baddely, Rd., 159.
Bæda, see Bede.
Baghorse, 294.
Bagman, 146, 294.
Bagsaddle, 294.
Bagsaddletrees, 294.
Bagshaw, Dr. H., 160.
Bailey, the ballium or part of Dur-

ham lying between the abbey wall
and the outer wall; Mrs. Whitting-
ham's house in, 61, 246; the
North, 163, 246, 273, 287, 288 ;

the South, 105*, 273, 288.
Bailie of the town, 107.
Baiocæ (Bayeux), 133.
Baites, George, see Bates.
Bakehouse, men of, 39.
Baker, Tho., xiv.
Baker (pistor), 145.
Baking irons, 338.
Balcanquall, Dean, 163, 299.
Baldred of Rievaulx, 215.
Baley, 107, probably the bishop's

bailiff, who would preside over
the citizens until they were incor-
porated under an alderman and
twelve burgesses in 1565. The
constitution was changed to that

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