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Pannychis

The ancient religious rites celebrated at Eleusis in honor of Demeter. [From Latin Eleus nius, of Eleusis, from Greek Eleus nios, from Eleus s, Eleus n-, Eleusis.

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1 Liturgical Theology 325 Sloan Rolando 1. THE CANON The canon
The unique quality of the pannychis was that it had a hymnographic composition COMPARISON OF PANNYCHIS, PANICHIDA AND MATINS.
All Saints Vigil
Vigilia; Gr. pannychis). In the first ages, during the night before (Greek) Church, and is called pannychis or hagrypnia.
218 most complex and virtuosic Byzantium ever produced.2 By the
study is forthcoming from Ashgate. 4 These are the afternoon and night offices of, respectively,. Trithekte and Pannychis, for which no medieval music survives.
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Synopsis ·ol the tribe Aerenicini (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae
Pmmychella gen. nov., for Pannychis callicera Bates, 188I.

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IL TEATRO DI OSTIA ANTICA RESTITUITO ALLA CLASSICITA'
Tu‚ Pannychis‚ vaticinasti con fantasia‚ capriccio‚ arroganza‚ addirittura con insolenza irriguardosa‚ insomma: con arguzia blasfema.

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Eleusinian Mysteries - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Following this section of the Mysteries was the Pannychis, an all-night feast accompanied by dancing and merriment.
Pannychis - definition of Pannychis by the Free Online Dictionary
The ancient religious rites celebrated at Eleusis in honor of Demeter. [From Latin Eleus nius, of Eleusis, from Greek Eleus nios, from Eleus s, Eleus n-, Eleusis.
Pannychis definition of Pannychis in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
Pannychis - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Pannychis
Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Pannychis. Pannychis. Information about Pannychis in the Hutchinson encyclopedia.
Panathēnaea - pannychis - Procession, Panathenaea, Athens
The night before, choirs of boys and maidens had celebrated a 'night festival' ( pannychis).

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