Roman order


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Roman order

1. A seldom-used term for the composite order.
2. Same as arch order, 1.
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The feudal system established on the wreck of the old Roman order was a system of detailed obligations which extended from king to serf.
In chapters 5 and 6, Crocker explores liturgy, emphasizing the development of early Christian music as "rational selection" from practices of pagan antiquity and examining the Mass using Ordo Romanus I, a Roman order of service from the early eighth century.
Luke's Advent, Epiphany, and Transfiguration stories are embedded in Israel's social, political, and religious world in the constant presence of the Roman order.
Those who have heard Mark's story of Jesus performed have witnessed God coming in strength to heal and restore people in his Galilean ministry, and they have traveled with Jesus to Jerusalem where they have seen him falsely accused and executed as an enemy of the Roman order.
The intent was not so much to punish the defiance of the Iceni tribe but to show their subordinate status and the uselessness of resisting Roman orders.
We see many younger ministers wearing apparently alien garments borrowed from Roman Orders (i.