ignitegium

ignitegium
Same as curfew.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • IGNITEGIUM — in LL. BUrgorum Scotic. c. 86. Quando pulsa. tur ignitegium: hora est, quâ oppidorum incolae intra aedes suas se recipere, nocte advenienre et ignem suum tegere coguntur, campanae, quae inde Curfu bell appellata est, sono indicata, ut furtis… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ignitegium — /ignatiyj(iy)am/ In old English law, the curfew, or evening bell. See curfew …   Black's law dictionary

  • ignitegium — /ignatiyj(iy)am/ In old English law, the curfew, or evening bell. See curfew …   Black's law dictionary

  • Curfew bell — The curfew bell was a bell rung in the evening in Medieval England as the signal for everyone to go to bed.[1] A bell was rung usually around eight o clock in the evening which meant for them to cover their fires deaden or cover up, not… …   Wikipedia

  • Angelus Bell — • The triple Hail Mary recited in the evening, which is the origin of our modern Angelus, was closely associated with the ringing of a bell Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Angelus Bell     Angelus Bell …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Bells — • Article covers origin, benediction, uses, archaeology and inscriptions, and points of law Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Bells     Bells      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • PYRITEGIUM — apud Matth. Parisium in Vita Guarini Abb. Ibi loquantur, quandiu in Hospitali visum fuerit aut hora permiserit, non autem ultra pyritegium: tempus denotat, in quo Monachi dormitionis gratiâ segregabantur. Vox hybrida ex Graeco πῦρ ignis et Latino …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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