Series: Orientalia Christiana Analecta

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Das Diatessaron Tatians: Seine Überlieferung und sein Nachwirken im Morgen- und Abendland sowie der heutige Stand seine by Curt Peters123
Avant-Messe Maronite: Histoire et Structure by Pierre-Edmond Gemayel174
The Great Entrance : a history of the transfer of gifts and other pre-anaphoral rites by Robert F. Taft200
La Structure de la Messe Chaldéenne: Du Début jusqu'à l'Anaphore. Etude Historique by Sarhad Y. Hermiz Jammo207
The urban character of Christian worship : the origins, development, and meaning of stational liturgy by John F. Baldovin228
The liturgy of St Mark by Geoffrey Cuming234
The diptychs (Orientalia Christiana analecta) by Robert F. Taft238
The anaphoras of St Basil and St James : an investigation into their common origin by John R. K. Fenwick240
The prayers of Sarapion of Thmuis: A literary, liturgical, and theological analysis (Orientalia Christiana analecta) by Maxwell E. Johnson249
The precommunion rites by Robert F. Taft261
The communion, thanksgiving, and concluding rites by Robert F. Taft281

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