Kosmas the Hymnographer
- See Romanos the Melode.
Historical Dictionary of Byzantium . John H. Rosser .
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Romanos the Melode — Creator of the Byzantine hymn (q.v.). He was a church deacon from Syria (q.v.), possibly of Jewish heritage, who settled in Constantinople during the reign of Anastasios I (q.v.). He composed a thousand hymns, only a fraction of which survive… … Historical dictionary of Byzantium
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Music — Secular music existed, but has not survived. However, it is known that pneumatic organs were used in state ceremonials in Constantinople (q.v.), e.g., at banquets, weddings, receptions, and processionals. It is also known that various other… … Historical dictionary of Byzantium
John of Damascus — Arab Christian born in Damascus (q.v.) who authored numerous works of theology, philosophy, polemics, history, hymns, and hagiography (qq.v.). Of particular importance is his The Source of Knowledge, which attempts a systematic study of all… … Historical dictionary of Byzantium
Cosmas of Maiuma — For the 3rd century martyr named Cosmas, see Saints Cosmas and Damian. Saint Cosmas of Maiuma Hagiopolites Born 8th century Jerusalem … Wikipedia
Octoechos (liturgy) — This article is about the book of liturgical texts set to the ancient Byzantine musical system of eight modes, and their use liturgically. For the musical system itself, see Octoechos. The Octoechos (Greek: Ὀκτώηχος; Slavonic: Октоихъ, Oktoikh,… … Wikipedia
Greek literature — Introduction body of writings in the Greek language, with a continuous history extending from the 1st millennium BC to the present day. From the beginning its writers were Greeks living not only in Greece proper but also in Asia Minor, the… … Universalium
Cosmas — Pronunciation kɔzˈmɑ:s, kɔzˈmæs Gender Male Language(s) Greek Origin Word/Name Greek Meaning … Wikipedia