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The Role of Candelae and Lampadae in the Processions of Hypapantē and Candlemas

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The Role of Candelae and Lampadae in the Processions of Hypapantē and Candlemas

This paper focuses on the evolution of the feast of Hypapantē/Candlemas in Byzantium and in Western Europe and explores the reasons that led to integrating the use of lighting devices in the relevant celebration.

Keywords: Ancient History – Archaeology – Lighting – Candlemas – Byzantine period – Medieval period

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