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37v schreibt sie innerhalb des Kanons zwischen Ode 6 und Ode 7: eita to m(a)r(tyrikon) ōdē z´, «nun das Martyrikon, (dann) die 7. Ode»” (Husmann, Eine alte orientalische christliche Liturgie…, 166–167). (53) Husmann, Eine alte orientalische christliche Liturgie…, 167, esp. 170–171. (54) This feature has o en been noticed and treated as an archaic one: ΠΑΠΑΔΟΠΟΥΛΟΥ-ΚΕΡΑΜΕΩΣ, Σχεδίασμα… 360; Т. СУБОТИН-ГОЛУБОВИЋ, Упоредно проучавање структуре српских и византиjских минеjа стариjег периода, in: П.

Again, with the exception of Crypt. gr. Δ α XII). The “reverse” order of chants is not a ested by the central group. Some of the manuscripts of the central type contain festal makarismoi, which consequently turn out to be a not-uncommon phenomenon in the Byzantine Menaia of the 10th– 11th cc. regardless of their peripheral or central background, though in the manuscripts younger than the 12th c. they are not observed (except in the case of Δ 17, due to questions about its date; see above). b. The Sources 1.

17, office Menaion for July–August, dated according to the catalogue to the 13th c. Despite such a young date this Menaion contains kathismata, stichera, and kanons with no kontakia according to the archaic peripheral tradition. The kanons chanted on the same date are not combined, and second odes are numerous. Exceptionally, two offices for different feasts celebrated on the same day are totally separated (sub diem 16th of August, commemoration of St. Diomides and Translation of the Holy Ikon of the Lord not Made with Hands), as in the above-mentioned manuscripts from the Athonite collections, Γ 14, Γ 16, and B 21, 11th c.

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