acoemetae


acoemetae
acoem·e·tae

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  • Acoemeti — ▪ Byzantine monks also called  Acoemetae (Medieval Latin) , Late Greek  Akoimetoi        monks at a series of 5th to 6th century Byzantine monasteries who were noted for their choral recitation of the divine office in constant and never… …   Universalium

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