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- n. Alternative form of chanter.
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- n. A chanter.
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History from time to time and act on the teachings of the former sages, he is then regarded as a book chantor. 1
After her certain noblemen, each of them added a stone; then the dean, the chantor, the chancellor, the archdeacons and canons of the church of Sarum who were present did the same, amidst the acclamations of multitudes of the people weeping for joy and contributing thereto their alms with a ready mind according to the ability which God had given them.
The charafter of Aldhelm is thus drawn by an ancient chronicler*** He was an ex - cellent harper, a moft eloqoent Saxon and Latin poet, a moft ejc'pefC chantor or finger, a doctor Bcaioius, and adauraUy verfed in the fcriptures and the liberal fciences/'
While John of Salijhury was in the fervice of Richard, the Archbifhop, the dean, the chantor, and others of the clergy of the church of Chartres. arriving at Canterbury, etefted him their Eifhop on the zid of Jul), in the year