Brittinians a congregation of Augustinian monks, so called from their having been first established at Brittini, near Ancona, in Italy, in the former part of the 13th century. They were very austere, ate no animal food, and observed long fasts. They were recognized by Gregory IX, and joined the general congregation of Augustinian monks (q.v.) in 1256.

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