A confraternity book is a medieval memorial book that records the names of people who have entered into a state of brotherhood with a church in some way, often by visiting it in the capacity of a pilgrim.
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... The following is a list of earlier medieval confraternity books Confraternity book of St Gall Confraternity book of Reichenau Confraternity book of St Peters, Salzburg Liber memorialis of Remiremont Liber Vitae of Corvey Liber Vitae of Durham Liber Vitae of the New Minster, Winchester and Hyde Abbey Liber Viventium of Pfäfers Memorial and Liturgiecodex of San Salvatore. ...
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