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Bringing together into one volume the classic liturgical studies of C. E. Hammond and F. E. Brightman, this edition provides a valuable source of comparison on the liturgies of the church. Included in this edition are the complete text of Hammond’s “Antient Liturgies” and Brightman’s “Eastern Liturgies” from his two volume set “Liturgies Eastern and Western.”
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 1-59333-501-6
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Publication Date: Nov 2,2006
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 1191
ISBN: 1-59333-501-6
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Bringing together into one volume the classic liturgical studies of C. E. Hammond and F. E. Brightman, this edition provides a valuable source of comparison on the liturgies of the church. Each of the original volumes, difficult to locate and expensive to purchase, has made a lasting contribution to the field of liturgical study. Included in this edition are the complete text of Hammond’s Antient Liturgies and Brightman’s Eastern Liturgies from his two volume set Liturgies Eastern and Western. At last easily accessible and affordable, these texts can now be owned by students of the liturgies of the church. They will provide valuable foundational and background information on an entire range of church thought and practice in the early centuries of Christianity.

Charles Edward Hammond (1837-1914) was a Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford. As a priest in the Anglican Church he had a deep interest in liturgical study that culminated in his extensive publications on the subject.

Frank Edward Brightman (1856-1932) was Pusey Librarian and a Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford. Also a priest and an associate of Hammond, he collaborated with his mentor on important liturgical studies.

Bringing together into one volume the classic liturgical studies of C. E. Hammond and F. E. Brightman, this edition provides a valuable source of comparison on the liturgies of the church. Each of the original volumes, difficult to locate and expensive to purchase, has made a lasting contribution to the field of liturgical study. Included in this edition are the complete text of Hammond’s Antient Liturgies and Brightman’s Eastern Liturgies from his two volume set Liturgies Eastern and Western. At last easily accessible and affordable, these texts can now be owned by students of the liturgies of the church. They will provide valuable foundational and background information on an entire range of church thought and practice in the early centuries of Christianity.

Charles Edward Hammond (1837-1914) was a Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford. As a priest in the Anglican Church he had a deep interest in liturgical study that culminated in his extensive publications on the subject.

Frank Edward Brightman (1856-1932) was Pusey Librarian and a Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford. Also a priest and an associate of Hammond, he collaborated with his mentor on important liturgical studies.

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