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Peregrinatio ad loca sancta

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Author(s): Feulner, Hans-Jürgen (Tübingen)
[German version] ( Peregrinatio Aetheriae, Itinerarium Egeriae). Report by an educated Christian pilgrim about her religiously motivated journey into the Holy Land (Itinerare C.) and and about the liturgy as practised in Jerusalem (Liturgy II.) towards the end of the 4th cent. AD (probably 381-384 [4; 2. 21-29]). The only MS of the text (Codex Arretinus, 11th cent.), being incomplete in places, does not reveal the author. Her name has become known principally via a letter of the Galician monk Valerius of Bierzo († 691): Egeria (other interpretations: Aetheria, Etheria, Eucheria). Th…


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Author(s): Rhodes, Peter J. (Durham) | Feulner, Hans-Jürgen (Tübingen)
(λειτουργία; Leitourgía). I. Political [German version] A. Definition In the ancient Greek world leitourgía signified a ‘benefit/service for the people’, especially a benefit for the state or a part of the state, which was provided by rich citizens from their own means. Rhodes, Peter J. (Durham) [German version] B. Athens The two main forms of liturgy in Athens were the ‘encyclical’, recurring festive liturgy with the responsibility to endow the performers and the celebrations themselves, and the trierarchia with the task of fitting out a shi…