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In one volume, this classic in liturgical studies brings together the main types of Eucharistic liturgy of the various Eastern Christian Churches. For more than a century it has been a reference for students and scholars in comparative liturgy.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 1-59333-118-5
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Jan 1,2004
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 0
ISBN: 1-59333-118-5
$115.00
Your price: $80.50
This classic in comparative liturgy offers a number of liturgies from the Syrian, Egyptian, Persian and Byzantine rites. Brightman goes beyond offering only the Ordinary of the liturgy and gives the liturgy as it might appear on a particular liturgical day, thus including the Proper elements for that day as well. Rubrics and private prayers of the priest are included, as is a useful glossary of liturgical and ecclesiastical terms.
This classic in comparative liturgy offers a number of liturgies from the Syrian, Egyptian, Persian and Byzantine rites. Brightman goes beyond offering only the Ordinary of the liturgy and gives the liturgy as it might appear on a particular liturgical day, thus including the Proper elements for that day as well. Rubrics and private prayers of the priest are included, as is a useful glossary of liturgical and ecclesiastical terms.
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F. Brightman

  • Introduction
  • The Syrian Rite
  • The Egyptian Rite
  • The Persian Rite
  • The Byzantine Rite
  • Index of Biblical Quotations and Cross-References
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