Monday, 21 April 2014


DINING IN RESIDENCE, Alcala 1510.

From the rules of Ildefonso College:
  • No one is to be served food outside the dining hall.
  • Members of the college will drink from silver cups (donated to Ildefonso by the founder), so that beverages may be served in a becoming fashion.
  • Each person will also be supplied with a knife, a saltshaker, and a jar of water.
  • Each person will eat the same quantity of food, prepared in the same manner.
  • During lunch and dinner spiritual reading shall not be neglected. Ordinarily the Bible shall be read at lunch. At dinner, other books of saints or doctors may be read, as long as they are approved by the church.
  • If the reader mispronounces words or mumbles, he shall be corrected by a senior lecturer in theology. If no theologian is present, a professor in the faculty of Arts will do the correcting.
  • Let everyone listen attentively to the reader and beware of seditious and scandalous talk, on threat of a harsh penalty proportionate to the seriousness of the offense and the status of the person.
  • Only those whose business it is to prepare and season food are allowed to enter the kitchen or the cellar. Any resident found on the premises will be deprived of his portion of wine for the day.

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