Mass and Lord's Supper: A Study in the History of the Liturgy, Volume 1

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Brill Archive, 1979 - Liturgics - 753 pages
Contents : Mass and Lord's Supper / [by Hans Lietzmann] -- A further inquiry into eucharistic origins with special reference to New Testament problems / by R.D. Richardson.
 

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Contents

The Account of the Institution 24
24
The Anamnesis 50
50
The Epiclesis in the East and in Hippolytus 68
68
Offertory and IncensePrayers 81 66
81
The Gallican and the Mozarabic Epiclesis 93 76
93
Gallican and Mozarabic Offertories 113
94
The Roman Epiclesis 117 96
117
The Eucharistic Prayer 122 99
122
The Primitive Form of the Lords Supper 238 193
238
The Development of the Lords Supper 249 203
249
The Development of the Liturgy of the Supper 256 209
256
A convincing account of primitive eucharistic practice
286
The distinguishing features of Eastern and Western
407
Excursus on East Syrian Liturgy
445
Excursus on The Apostolic Tradition
584
Yet a radical duality of rite from the beginning
596

The Liturgy of Hippolytus and its Roots 174 141
174
The Original Form of the Egyptian Liturgy 186 151
186
The Agape 197 160
197
The Last Supper of Jesus 211 172
211
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NEW TESTAMENT PROBLEMS
217
The Liturgy of The Didache 230 187
230
formal Jewish supper or the early eucharistia to the Mishnah
620
Behind the Marcan interpretation of the Last Supper
682
Authors Note
701
Appendices
703
Works of General Reference and their Symbols
747
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