What does Gregorian Sacramentary mean in the Bible?


1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Gregorian Sacramentary
A liturgical book ascribed to Pope Saint Gregory I, called sometimes the Sacramentary of Adrian I, owing to the fact that he sent it to Charlemagne between the years 781,791 when the latter wished to introduce the Roman Rite into his kingdom. The book was copied many times so that there are many versions of it, each containing the additions made by the various scribes. At first these additions were carefully distinguished from the original text, but eventually they became part of it. The book has three parts as follows:
the Ordinary of the Mass
the Proper of the Milas for the year beginning with Christmas Eve, but without any Masses for the Sundays after Epiphany and Pentecost
the prayers for ordinations

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Roman Sacramentaries, including the Leonine, named after Pope Saint Leo I
Gelasian Sacramentary ascribed to Pope Gelasius I
Gregorian Sacramentary edited by Pope Saint Gregory I
British Isle Sacramentary
Gallican Sacramentary
Ambrosian Sacramentary
Sacramentary of the Cathedral of Toledo, known of from the testimonies of the Visigoth or Mozarabic Liturgy