Peregrinatio may refer to:

  • a leaving of one's homeland; a self-imposed exile and wandering for the love of God.
  • the Peregrinatio Sancti Petri, a papal institution for assistance to pilgrims to Rome and certain other pious sites and events

It occurs as or in the title of several notable texts:

  • a Peregrinatio describing the liturgical order as practised at Jerusalem, dating probably from the 4th century
  • Peregrinatio in terram sanctam, an incunabulum by the Dutch author Erhard Reuwich
  • Peregrinatio Etheriae or Peregrinatio Silviae, another account of a pilgrimage to the Holy Land
  • Peregrinatio Scholastica, or Learning's Pilgrimage, written by the English dramatist John Day


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