Premonstrate

Pre`mon´strate


v. t.1.To show beforehand; to foreshow.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
(34.) Since Muschau (see next note) was a parish incorporated to the Premonstrate Order, this Matthias Artopius (Greek "baker") may be identical with the Premonstrate with the priest, Matthias Pistons (Latin "baker"), from the Premonstrate monastery of Klosterbruck (Louka) near Znaim, how was enrolled at the University of Vienna between 1509 and 1517.--Cf.
Sometime in the middle of 1570s, Handl moved to the Premonstrate Monastery in Zabrdovice, near Brno, Moravia, whose abbot, Kaspar Schonauer (d.
The publication is concluded by a critical report which presents information about the individual sources from the Cathedral archives, as well as the collections of the Strahov Premonstrates Monastery (3), and finally, the editorial note.