Definition of Hymnologies
1. hymnology [n] - See also: hymnology
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Literary usage of Hymnologies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The British and Foreign Evangelical Review and Quarterly Record of Christian by James Oswald Dykes, James Stuart Candlish, Hugh Sinclair Paterson, Joseph Samuel Exell (1864)
"With various striking resemblances, the Danish and German hymnologies present one broadly marked point of distinction. This is found in the objective ..."
2. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1886)
"... the majority of which have a religious tendency, and are well worthy, as Mr. Stoddard says, of preservation in future hymnologies. ..."
3. Eminent Women of the Age: Being Narratives of the Lives and Deeds of the by James Parton (1868)
"One of the most beautiful of all these poems is the following which has found a place in many of the hymnologies of our churches, and has gone out, indeed, ..."
4. A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities: Being a Continuation of the by William Smith, Samuel Cheetham (1875)
"... meaning (seemingly) that he observed the course set down in the hymnologies, the term being used so as to include psalms, canticles, ..."
5. The Life and Times of the Rev. John Wesley, M. A., Founder of the Methodists by Luke Tyerman (1876)
"... published three years after, in which exactly one-half of its psalms and hymns were embodied.1 It was the first2 of about forty hymnologies published by ..."
6. Teuffels̓ History of Roman Literature by Wilhelm Sigismund Teuffel (1892)
"There are also extant separately in hymnologies and elsewhere 7 hymns, which are according to a tradition of more or less value attributed to Fort., ..."