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C. E. Hammond's Antient Liturgies provided a valuable resource at an early stage in comparative liturgical studies. Free of extensive critical apparatus, Antient Liturgies presents a collection of historic forms of worship from the Western, Eastern, and Oriental Churches. This extract from the book focuses on the Ethiopic liturgy, here the liturgy is presented in Latin. As an analytical introduction this early study continues to provide a broad overview of early Christian worship made available in an accessible and convenient format for students and scholars.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-188-1
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Series: Analecta Gorgiana 173
Publication Date: Apr 7,2009
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 39
Languages: Latin, English
ISBN: 978-1-60724-188-1
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C. E. Hammond's Antient Liturgies provided a valuable resource at an early stage in comparative liturgical studies. Free of extensive critical apparatus, Antient Liturgies presents a collection of historic forms of worship from the Western, Eastern, and Oriental Churches. This extract from the book focuses on the Ethiopic liturgy, here the liturgy is presented in Latin. Noting how close this liturgy is to the Coptic St. Cyril form, Hammond also presents the short “Antient Ethiopic Liturgy” for comparison. As an analytical introduction this early study continues to provide a broad overview of early Christian worship made available in an accessible and convenient format for students and scholars.

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.

C. E. Hammond's Antient Liturgies provided a valuable resource at an early stage in comparative liturgical studies. Free of extensive critical apparatus, Antient Liturgies presents a collection of historic forms of worship from the Western, Eastern, and Oriental Churches. This extract from the book focuses on the Ethiopic liturgy, here the liturgy is presented in Latin. Noting how close this liturgy is to the Coptic St. Cyril form, Hammond also presents the short “Antient Ethiopic Liturgy” for comparison. As an analytical introduction this early study continues to provide a broad overview of early Christian worship made available in an accessible and convenient format for students and scholars.

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.

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