literary skill; authorship.
Old English Libraries Ernest Savage
a collection of ancient Egyptian papyrus books, many with elaborate illustrations, each containing prayers, hymns, incantations, and formulas for the behavior of the souls of the dead.
a support placed at the end of a row of books to hold them upright, usually used in pairs. one of two things occurring or located at either end of something else: two events that served as bookends to my career. to occur or be located at the beginning and end of: His term in […]
the gill of a horseshoe crab, composed of numerous membranous structures arranged like the leaves of a closed book.
a book containing the prescribed order of prayers, readings from Scripture, and rites for the canonical hours. noun (often capitals) a book used esp in monasteries during the Middle Ages that contained the prayers and offices of the canonical hours