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- The liturgy (Gr****: λειτουργία or λῃτουργία, leitourgia, from λαός / Laos, "the people" and the root ἔργο / ergon, "work" ) was in ancient Greece a public...
- Through the leitourgia, the rich carried a financial burden and were correspondingly rewarded with honours and prestige. The leitourgia were ****igned...
- The M**** of the Presanctified (Latin: missa præsanctificatorum, Gr****: leitourgia ton proegiasmenon) is Christian liturgy traditionally celebrated on Good...
- wife Helena. Papnouthis complains that Eustochius, who was required by a leitourgia to either serve as a sailor on the boat or to pay the salary of a substitute...
- Kosmos Ton Spor - Sports news & highlights, airs Monday - Friday Theia Leitourgia - Sunday M****, airs Sundays To Alati Tis Gis - music, airs Monday - Friday...
- Divine Liturgy (Gr****: Θεία Λειτουργία Theia Leitourgia; Bulgarian: Божествена литургия, translit. Bozhestvena liturgiya; Georgian: საღმრთო ლიტურგია; Romanian:...
- Attiko Metro S.A. and operated by subsidiary AMEL (Attiko Metro Etaireia Leitourgias, Attiko Metro Operations Company) A suburban rail system using ****enic...
- occurred in the shift of the vocabulary of the ****enistic period: the name leitourgia - and the verb leitourgein - loses its meaning strictly "expenditure imposed...
- ἱεροὶ στεφανοφόροι. Ἀθαμᾶνες(LSJ: lêitarchoi public priests ) (hence Leitourgia μανύ manu small Athamanian (Attic mikron,brachu) (Cf. manon rare) (PIE...
- peasants. In the 5th century BCE, the practice of liturgy (λειτουργία / leitourgia - literally, "public work") placed the responsibility for provision of...