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Greek liturgies, chiefly from the original authorities.

C. A. Swainson

Greek liturgies, chiefly from the original authorities.

With an appendix containing the Coptic ordinary cannon of the mass from two manuscripts in the British Museum. Edited and translated by C. Bezold.

by C. A. Swainson

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Published by G. Olms in Hildesheim .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Orthodox Eastern Church, Greek -- Liturgies

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBezold, Carl, 1859-1922
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX350 S8 1884A
    The Physical Object
    Pagination395p.
    Number of Pages395
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18215121M

    Greek Liturgies; English translation of the Principal Liturgies Charles Anthony, Swainson, ed. (). The Greek liturgies: Chiefly from original authorities. With an appendix containing the Coptic ordinary canon of the mass from two manuscripts in the British Museum, edited and translated by Dr. C. Bezold. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The Syriac Liturgy in its Intercession, like the Greek “St. James”, prays first not for the Church of Antioch, but “for the holy Sion, the mother of all churches” (Brightman, pp. ). The fact that the Jacobites as well as the Orthodox have the Jerusalem – Antiochene Liturgy is the chief proof that this had supplanted the older.

    Etymology. The word liturgy, derived from the technical term in ancient Greek (Greek: λειτουργία), leitourgia, which literally means "work for the people" is a literal translation of the two words "litos ergos" or "public service".In origin, it signified the often expensive offerings wealthy Greeks made in service to the people, and thus to the polis and the state. Books of the Eucharistic service. The liturgy of the Eucharist (the Mass of the Western tradition, traditionally called the Divine Liturgy in Greek) has several distinct forms in the Greek church that are ascribed either to apostolic figures, as the liturgy of St Mark the Evangelist or the Apostle James, or church authorities such as St Basil, St John Chrysostom or Pope Gregory the Great.

    Translations of the Book of Common Prayer. CHAPTER V. L ATIN AND G REEK T RANSLATIONS, II. T HREE years after the last revision of the Liturgy a verbatim translation into Greek was edited by James Duport, D.D., Professor of Greek in the University of Cambridge, and later — at the time when his translation was published — Dean of Peterborough. We have this liturgy (called after St. James) in Greek (Brightman, "Eastern Liturgies", ) and in Syriac (ibid., ). The Alexandrine Rite differs chiefly in the place of the great intercession (see ALEXANDRINE LITURGY). This too exists in Greek (Brightman, ) and the language of the country, in this case Coptic (ibid., ).


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(Charles Anthony), Pages: The Greek liturgies: chiefly from original authorities / By C. (Charles Anthony) Swainson, translator. Carl Bezold and Carl Bezold. Abstract. Includes bibliographical referencesIntroductionPrinted editions of the Greek liturgies. Liturgical mss.

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Internet Archive BookReader The Greek liturgies chiefly from original authorities, with an appendix containing the Coptic ordinary canon of the mass from two manuscripts in the British Museum. The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, with its headquarters located in the City of New York, is an Eparchy of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, The mission chiefly from the original authorities.

book the Archdiocese is to proclaim the Gospel of Christ, to teach and spread the Orthodox Christian faith, to energize, cultivate, and guide the life of the Church in the United States of America according to the Orthodox. The Sanctus (Latin: Sanctus, "Holy") is a hymn in Christian may also be called the epinikios hymnos (Greek: ἐπινίκιος ὕμνος, "Hymn of Victory") when referring to the Greek rendition.

In Western Christianity, the Sanctus forms part of the Ordinary and is sung (or said) as the final words of the Preface of the Eucharistic Prayer of remembrance, consecration, and praise. Those interested in the subject should consult The Greek Liturgies, chiefly from Original Authorities.

Edited by C. Swainson. Cambridge, See chap. i, "Printed Editions of the Greek Liturgies," and chap. ii, "Liturgical Manuscripts.". Get this from a library. The Greek liturgies, chiefly from original authorities. With an appendix containing the Coptic ordinary canon of the mass from two manuscripts in the British Museum.

[C A Swainson; Carl Bezold]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. Chicago: American Theological Library Association, 2 microfiches.

Edward Burbidge, Liturgies and Offices of the Church: For the Use of English Readers, in Illustration of The Book of Common Prayer (London: George Bell and Sons, ).

Charles Anthony Swainson, The Greek Liturgies: Chiefly from Original Authorities (Cambridge: University Press, ). Greek Liturgies; English translation of the Principal Liturgies. Charles Anthony, Swainson, ed. The Greek liturgies: Chiefly from original authorities.

With an appendix containing the Coptic ordinary canon of the mass from two manuscripts in the British Museum, edited and translated by Dr. Bezold. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ^ Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, "The Divine Liturgy of Saint Basil the Great: A New Translation" ^ Swainson, Charles Anthony, ed.

"Liturgy of Saint John the Chrysostom". The Greek liturgies: Chiefly from original authorities. The Byzantine Rite, also known as the Greek Rite or the Rite of Constantinople, identifies the wide range of cultural, liturgical, and canonical practices that developed in the Eastern Orthodox Church centred in Constantinople.

The canonical hours are very long and complicated, lasting about eight hours (longer during Great Lent) but are abridged outside of large monasteries. liturgy a form of public worship; ritual; a particular arrangement of religious services Not to be confused with: litany – ceremonial form of prayer; prolonged or tedious account; list; enumeration liturgy (lĭt′ər-jē) n.

liturgies 1. A prescribed form or set of forms for public religious worship. often Liturgy Christianity The. The various Eucharistic liturgies used by national churches of the Anglican Communion have continuously evolved from the and editions of the Book of Common Prayer, both of which owed their form and contents chiefly to the work of Thomas Cranmer, who in about had rejected the medieval theology of the Mass.

Although the rite. The Liturgies of S. Mark, S. James, S. Clement, S. Chrysostom, S. Basil: Or, According to the Use of the Churches of Alexandria, Jerusalem, Constantinople and the Formula of the Apostolic Constitutions.

The Greek liturgies chiefly from original authorities / Published: () Die Liturgien der Orthodox-Katholischen Kirche des Morgenlandes unter Berücksichtigung des bischöflichen Ritus nebst einer vergleichenden Betrachtung der hauptsächlichsten übrigen Liturgien des Orients und Occidents / Published: ().

The liturgy (Greek: λειτουργία or λῃτουργία, leitourgia, from λαός / Laos, "the people" and the root ἔργο / ergon, "work") was in ancient Greece a public service established by the city-state whereby its richest members (whether citizens or resident aliens), more or less .Similar Items.

The Greek liturgies chiefly from original authorities / Published: () Die Liturgien der Orthodox-Katholischen Kirche des Morgenlandes unter Berücksichtigung des bischöflichen Ritus nebst einer vergleichenden Betrachtung der hauptsächlichsten übrigen Liturgien des Orients und Occidents / Published: ().The West Syriac Rite, also called Syro-Antiochian Rite, is an Eastern Christian liturgical rite that employs the Divine Liturgy of Saint James in the West Syriac dialect.

It is one of two main liturgical rites of Syriac Christianity. It is chiefly practiced in the Maronite Church and the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch, and churches related to or descended from it.