DIACONICON , in theGreek
See also:Church, the name given to a chamber on the south side of the central apse, where the sacred utensils, vessels, &c., of the church were kept . In the reign of
See also:Justin II . (565-574), owing to a
See also:change in the
See also:liturgy, the diaconicon and protheses were located in apses at the east end of the aisles . Before that
See also:time there was only one apse . In the churches in central
See also:Syria of slightly earlier date, the diaconicon is rectangular, the side apses at
See also:Kalat-Seman having been added at a later date .
DIADOCHI (Gr. &aUxeo-Oat, to receive from another)
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