Analogion


Analogion
Ana|lo|gi|on
das; -s, Plur. ...gien [...i̯ən] od. ...gia
<aus gleichbed. gr. analogeĩon zu analégein »lesen«>
das Lesepult in der orthodoxen Liturgie.

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