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  Eleusinian mysteries
This was the most secretive part of the Mysteries and those who had been initiated were forbidden to ever speak of the events that took place in the Telesterion.
Following this section of the Mysteries was the Pannychis, an all-night feast accompanied by dancing and merriment.
The dances took place in the Rharian Field, rumored to be the first spot where corn grew.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/el/Eleusinian_mysteries.html   (1311 words)

  
 Pannychis - BPAL Madness!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Pannychis is sort of “meh” on me, alas.
I'm testing Pannychis on my left side, and for some reason the left side of my body is less cooperative than the right, when testing perfumes.
Pannychis most definitely hates me. I thought that it had a lot of interestingly combined notes (currants, florals, frankincense, sandalwood, everything).
www.bpal.org /index.php?showtopic=15344   (2238 words)

  
 Bryn Mawr Classical Review 1998.11.37
Bravo convincingly argues against interpretations of this passage advanced by Wilamowitz, Bowra, and others, who stressed the fact that Anakreon was famous for his erotic poetry and argued that these lines of Kritias refer to such erotic poetry, to be sung perhaps by hetairai.
Bravo, instead, argues that Kritias refers to songs sung and danced to by maidens at a pannychis that was performed together with a symposion of the male members of the same family.
He combines mere mentions of a pannychis and a symposion into evidence for the combination of these two rituals into one whole, though he must admit that this was not held in honor of Dionysos, as the rituals suggested by his other evidence seemed to be.
ccat.sas.upenn.edu /bmcr/1998/1998-11-37.html   (973 words)

  
 Matins
The more solemn watches, which were held on the anniversaries of martyrs or on certain feasts, were also known by this title, especially during the third and fourth centuries.
The Vigil in this case was also called pannychis, because the greater part of the night was devoted to it.
Basil also gives a very vague description of the Night Office or Vigils, but in terms which permit us to conclude that the psalms were sung, sometimes by two choirs, and sometimes as responses.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/m/matins.html   (1946 words)

  
 Satyricon Chapter 4
At this moment Pannychis, unaccustomed at her age to love's ardors, raised a sudden cry of pain and consternation, which the soldiers heard.
All Pannychis could do was to throw a veil over her face and resign herself to endure whatever fate might bring her.
She burst into the house with loud cries, declaring that a band of robbers was prowling about the neighborhood while peaceful citizens were crying in vain for help, the guard being asleep or busy with their victuals, at any rate nowhere to be found.
www.igibud.com /petron/satyr/satyr04.html   (2183 words)

  
 Eleusis
Probably she is a priestress of Demeter, carrying kiste with the sacred symbols during the procession and keeping a vessel with kykeon.
On the pediment of this Tablet is represented Pannychis, the whole-night feast.
The festal activities were accompanied by dances, -perhaps across the Rharian field-,(where as the myth is saying the first corn ever grew) and later on by a bull-sacrifice also in the court of the sanctuary.
www.pantheon.org /articles/e/eleusis.html   (1318 words)

  
 pannychis - OneLook Dictionary Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
We found 2 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word pannychis:
Tip: Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "pannychis" is defined.
pannychis : The Phrontistery - A Dictionary of Obscure Words [home, info]
www.onelook.com /?w=pannychis   (80 words)

  
 The Origins of Pascha and Great Week
In the Cathedral Office the Pannychis was a type of vigil service.
Second, the commemoration of the passion was conducted in the context of a vigil service (the Pannychis) on the night of Great Thursday.
Next, the Pannychis or Vigil lost its original meaning and began to gravitate to an earlier hour.
www.faithandvalues.com /tx/GREEK-103/1/index.html   (6260 words)

  
 Projekt Gutenberg-DE - Kultur - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Pannychis: Hilf mir, auf ein Mittel denken, Dorkas, uns aus dieser Verlegenheit zu retten!
Pannychis: (heimlich zu Philostratus) Du stürzest mich ins Verderben!
Diese Minerva Strateia scheint von der eigenen Erfindung der Pannychis zu sein; wenigstens findet sie sich sonst nirgends mit diesem soldatischen Beinamen.
gutenberg.spiegel.de /lukian/hetgesp/hetges08.htm   (930 words)

  
 terminology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Our research is an ongoing process and as such the terms used are subject to change as we add and verify the terms used in the ancient world.
One decision we have made, however, is that some modern terms expressing specific celebrations (Pannychi) and titles that changed significantly over time will be substituted such as "The Season of the Tree" for the spring equinox celebrations.
Ololugma --The part of Pannychis (ritual) that includes chanting, dance, trilling and ecstatic dance.
gallae.com /terminology.html   (341 words)

  
 History : Josephus' writings - Book 21, Ch. 25
Thus a period was put to Archelaus's stratagem, whereby he delivered his son-in-law out of the dangers he was in; but when these reconciliations were over, they spent their time in feastings and agreeable entertainments.
And when Archelaus was going away, Herod made him a present of seventy talents, with a golden throne set with precious stones, and some eunuchs, and a concubine who was called Pannychis.
He also paid due honors to every one of his friends according to their dignity.
www.godrules.net /library/flavius/flaviusb21c25.htm   (299 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Pannychis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Pannychis e simposio: Feste private notturne di donne e uomini nei testi letterari e nel culto (Filologia e critica) by Benedetto Bravo (Unknown Binding - 1997)
Russian tradition the "all-night vigil" (pannychis or vsenoshchnoe bdenie) occurs.
"marriage" of the seven-year-old girl Pannychis during the high jinks at...
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=Pannychis&tag=bizkitt-21&index=blended&link_code=qs&page=1   (956 words)

  
 THE SATYRICON
It is easy to notice that there is a lacuna in that passage of Petronius in which Encolpius is left with Quartilla, looking through a chink in the door, at the actions of Giton and little Pannychis.
For the benefit of those who have not read the author, it is well to state that this Quartilla was a priestess of Priapus, at whose house they celebrated the mysteries of that god.
Pannychis is a young girl of seven years who had been handed over to Giton to be deflowered.
www.ibiblio.org /pub/docs/books/gutenberg/5/2/2/5224/old/pas7w10h.html   (9955 words)

  
 Glossary of Greek Religion and Philosophy - ReligionFacts
Paeans were sung at religious festivals, during illness or plague, before a military action, after libations, and on public occasions like the ratification of peace.
In comedies, they are sometime the occasion of illicit sexual encounters, and Pannychis was also a common name for an upper-class prostitute.
A human scapegoat, chosen from among the poor and ugly and chased out of the city-state to purify it in times of famine or plague.
www.religionfacts.com /greek_religion/glossary.htm   (1391 words)

  
 Mimes of the Courtesans, by Lucian: The Return of the Soldier
I suggest we have a drink, dear Pannychis.
Who is the man who dares to ask Pannychis to drink with him?
Polemon, stranger, was the lover of this Pannychis when he still credited her with human feelings.
www.sacred-texts.com /cla/luc/motc/motc10.htm   (842 words)

  
 [No title]
For the last hectic 24 days, they were fed at the public expense.
The festival began with all night singing and dancing on the Acropolis (called a pannychis), a dawn procession, a sacrifice and a feast.
By the late fifth century, there were competitions in music and dancing as well as athletic contests and horse races.
members.lycos.co.uk /sstrickland/the_panathenaic.htm   (508 words)

  
 Events   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Torch Race: a relay race in which the winning team had to cover the 2500-meter distance first and also keep its torch lit.
There was also a sacrifice of 100 cows on her altar, which was set aflame in the evening by the winner of the torch race.
These sacrifices were then followed by an all-night celebration, called the pannychis.
www3.uakron.edu /csaa/sports/1999_web_projects/deepa/events.htm   (517 words)

  
 city
Plotinus hastily conceded the point raised with reference to the interesting Pannychis, and the philosophers went off to effect their change of quarters.
Just at the nick of time the right sort of fellow pops up nobody knows whence, a lanista with hair like curling helichryse, as Theocritus has it, and a small army of gladiators, whom, out of devotion to the Emperor, he offers to exhibit for nothing.
And then, he had a capon released from the cage, with everybody looking on stupefied at such at silly thing, and had a herald announce: ‘He performed a fraud and has suffered one,’ and then he pardoned the hawker.”--trans.
www.ikanlundu.com /garnett/city.html   (4535 words)

  
 HARRY FARJEON by Philip Scowcroft   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
He was one of many British composers to conduct his own music at Bournemouth on the platform so thoughtfully and generously provided by Dan Godfrey, for example the Phantasy Concerto (1924-5), the Piano Concerto (1902-19), Idyll for oboe and orchestra, the Characteristic Variations (1903) and the Caldicott Suite (1929).
His symphonic poem, Pannychis, was premiered at the Henry Wood Promenade concerts as late as 1942.
Another symphonic poem, Summer Vision, Farjeon reckoned to be his finest composition but the score was lost in transit to Germany just before the Great War broke out and was never seen again.
www.musicweb.uk.net /garlands/farjeon.htm   (692 words)

  
 Projekt Gutenberg-DE - Kultur - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Für jetzt folge du mir, Pannychis, und schicke diesen Herren zu den Odrysiern, wo er so viele Tausende commandieren mag als er Lust hat.
Kommt nur alle in Schlachtordnung herbey; ich und dieser Tibys hier, der einzige Bediente den ich bey mir habe, wollen euch mit Steinen und zerbrochnen Töpfen dermaßen auseinander stöbern, daß ihr nicht wissen sollt, wohin ihr euch verkriechen wollet.
Diese Minerva Strateia scheint von der eignen Erfindung der Pannychis zu seyn; wenigstens findet sie sich sonst nirgends mit diesem soldatischen Beynahmen.
gutenberg.spiegel.de /lukian/luegen/lueg141.htm   (883 words)

  
 Analogion - Byzantine Music Resources
Stathis has transcribed from the Old method a large number of the compositions by Parthenios Meteorites (18th c.) as well as the studying tool of the old sticheraric chant "Ho thelon mousiken mathein" by Panagiotes Chrysaphes the New (17th c.).
At the same time he is active in the compositional field having set to music the two services of the Asmatic rite of the Great Church, Pannychis and Trithekte and the Nativity Kontakion by St. Romanos.
He has also written music for the service of the consecration of a church and Sunday Prokeimena and Allelouiaria.
www.analogion.com /Stathis.html   (599 words)

  
 Regarding the Supplicatory Prayer Service
The Studite Pannychis, which seems to have reached its final form in the 9th-10th centuries, took the form of an abbreviated Matins service prior to the introduction of the Six Psalms, the Praises and the Aposticha.
Vigils in honour of important feasts and saints are instead accomplished by means of combining Vespers and Matins into an All-Night Vigil (Agrypnia, Vsenoshcnoe bdenie).
The form of the original Paraklesis Canons to the Theotokos in the modern Greek Church has remained essentially stable throughout its history, although the individual services have become a bit more elaborate and include a few later additions.
www.synaxis.info /synaxis/2_needs/c_paraklesis/a_moleben/Moleben_intro.html   (3783 words)

  
 Works of Lucian, Vol. IV: Dialogues of the Hetaerae: IX
At present, however, sir free-lance, Pannychis is mine.
She has had one talent, and will have another as soon as my cargoes are disposed of.
She is a free woman; it is for her to say whether she will come along or not.
www.sacred-texts.com /cla/luc/wl4/wl414.htm   (814 words)

  
 Regarding the Supplicatory Prayer Service
The liturgical structure of the Paraklesis is derived from the Pannychis (Vigil) service of the Studite Typikon.
This service, called the Pannychis, was not a true All-Night Vigil as its name suggests, but was approximately an hour to an hour-and-a-half long service of hymns, prayers and readings following Vespers.
Upon examination, one can see that its structure was essentially that of the modern Moleben.
synaxis.info /synaxis/2_needs/c_paraklesis/a_moleben/Moleben_intro.html   (3783 words)

  
 Saturday Evening Worship: A Proposal
Remarkably, this proposed service is also very much a return to ancient practice.
For 700-800 years, in the cathedral of Constantinople, Hagia Sophia, the Saturday evening service was very much like this, consisting of vespers and a brief service called a pannychis (=vigil).
It contained much singing, processions, incensations; and all the people sang the responses to the psalmody.
www.orthodoxresearchinstitute.org /articles/liturgics/meyendorff_saturday_evening.htm   (1168 words)

  
 Lucien - Dialogues des courtisanes - 9. Les deux rivaux   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Eh bien, Pannychis, que tardons-nous à nous mettre à boire ?
Connais-tu Polémon de Stirie, de la tribu de Pandion, autrefois chiliarque, aujourd'hui commandant de cinq mille hommes, l'amant de Pannychis, lorsque je l'ai crue raisonnable ?
Suis-moi, Pannychis, et que ce chiliarque aille, s'il le veut, porter la guerre dans le royaume des Odryses.
www.mediterranees.net /mythes/lucien/dialogues_courtisanes/lucien9.html   (836 words)

  
 Frankincense - BPAL Madness!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Frankincense is also known as olibanum, which is derived from the Arabic al-lubán (“the milk”), a reference to the milky sap tapped from the frankincense tree.
BPAL blends with Frankincense as one if it's ingredients: All Saints, Anne Bonny, Antony, Arcana, Cathedral, Damnation, Danse Macabre, Deimos, Eclipse, Faustus, Hymn, Kostnice, Magus, Nephilim, Pannychis, Penitence, Psyche, Rose Cross, Seraphim, Titus Andonicus, Torture King, Tzadikim Nistarim.
We have pinon nuts that grow wild where I live and the Frankincense smells similar to the bitter woody sap that comes from those pine trees.
www.bpal.org /index.php?showtopic=2669   (765 words)

  
 LUCIEN : Dialogue des courtisanes (traduction)
), aujourd'hui capitaine de cinq mille hommes, amant de Pannychis, quand je la croyais raisonnable ?
Eh bien, seigneur capitaine de mercenaires, maintenant Pannychis est à moi.
suis-moi, Pannychis, laisse ce capitaine conduire ses mille hommes chez les Odryses.
remacle.org /bloodwolf/philosophes/Lucien/dialoguecourt.htm   (9256 words)

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