Pastophoria and Altars: Interaction in Ethiopian Liturgy and Church Architecture

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Fritsch, Emmanuel; Gervers, Michael;
  • Publisher: Universität Hamburg, Hiob Ludolf Centre for Ethiopian Studies
  • Journal: Aethiopica (issn: 2194-4024, eissn: 1430-1938)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.15460/aethiopica.10.1.235
  • Subject: Ethiopian Studies | Liturgy; Altar; Architecture; Church; Christianity; Church Buildings; History; Social Change | ddc:200 | ddc:230 | ddc:390 | ddc:720 | ddc:960

FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHS BELONGING TO THE ARTICLE SEE SUPPLEMENTARY FILES > There are three parts to the interior space of ancient Ethiopian churches: a sanctuary (Mäqdäs) which is expanded into the “Holy Place” (Qǝddǝst) and the place of the assembly (Qǝne maḥlet). Four roo... View more