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“Egeria - The Pilgrimage of - Holy Week and Easter in Jerusalem”
Egeria describes the Easter observances in Jerusalem, around the late 4th century. Original Latin text with English translation (chapters 29 - 40)
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George E. Gingras
And at the end of the weeks’ fast the vigil is kept in
the Anastasis from the hour of lucernare on the sixth weekday, when the people
come with psalms from Sion, to the morning of the Sabbath, when the oblation is
made in the Anastasis. And the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth weeks in
Quadragesima are kept as the first.
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The Pilgrimage of
The Pilgrimage of Egeria
Observance and Celebration of Easter
Silviae Vel Potius Aetheriae Peregrinatio Ad Loca Sancta
Early Christian Woman Writer
Early Christian Women Writers
McClure and Feltoe
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