The fate of the accused depended on the miraculous turning of the Psalter.
The Psalter, portions of the Bible, lives of saints, were put into verse.
His “Psalter und Harfe,” first published in 1833, appeared in a second and larger edition the following year.
There was no help for it, so the Soldier took to his Psalter and read and read.
Beside the usual monastic offices, she was in the habit of reciting, upon her knees, the whole of the Psalter daily.
In 1568 other printers produced in Moscow the Psalter, and other books.
In the other show-case there is a very curious Irish Psalter of the eighth century, with crude drawings.
The second Psalter of 1459 brought at the Syston Park sale £4950.
You will read out from the Psalter all the evening, and up to midnight.
Or how, if he did, came his song to find and keep a place in the Psalter?
"the Book of Psalms," Old English saltere, psaltere, from Church Latin psalterium "the songs of David," in secular Latin, "stringed instrument played by twanging," from Greek psalterion "stringed instrument, psaltery, harp," from psallein "to pluck, play on a stringed instrument" (see psalm).