Feretory

• (n.) A portable bier or shrine, variously adorned, used for containing relics of saints.
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Feretory

Fer`e·to·ry noun [ Latin feretrum bier, Greek ..., from ... to bear, akin to Latin ferre , English bear to support.] A portable bier or shrine, variously adorned, used for containing relics of saints. Mollett.
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Feretory

A feretory was a bier or shrine containing the relics of saints borne in processions, which was usually done on their feast-days, as a token of gratitude in times of public rejoicing, or to obtain some favour in seasons of calamity.
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Feretory

enclosure or chapel within which the ferreter shrine, or tomb (as in Henry VII.'s chapel), was placed.[29]
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Feretory

In architecture, a feretory is a bier, or coffin; tomb, or shrine. This term seems more properly to belong to the portable shrines in which the relics of saints were carried about in processions, but was also applied to the fixed shrines or tombs in which their bodies were deposited.
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feretory

shrine for relics during a procession or for a funeral bier
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