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Commemorative Note

The term stands for an extract from the Synaxarion (i.e., identified text), or a text close or similar to the Synaxarion notice. Also, some Synaxarion manuscripts have a number of added notices, mostly short, written in a secondary hand(s) in the margins, extending the local commemorative practice. Sometimes they go with ʾarke-hymns (as they are in the regular Synaxarion), or are just ʾarke-hymns. Examples are: wäräda Ganta ʾAfäšum, ṭabiya Dǝbla Siʿet, qušät Dǝbla, Dǝbla Yoḥannǝs Mäṭmǝq, DMD-002; Bǝḥerāwi Kǝllǝlāwi Mangǝśti Tǝgrāy, Dabra Dāmmo ʾAbuna ʾAragāwi, DD-025; Gulo Maḵadā, Qarsabar Qǝddus Mikāʾel, QSM-024; Gulo Maḵadā, Sabayā Māryām, SM-011.

There are 4 resources that contain the exact keyword: CommemorativeNote
id title type
IVefiopsk6 Saint Petersburg, Institut Vostočnyh Rukopisej Rossijskoj Akademii Nauk, IV Efiopsk. 6 mss
MNC007 Veroli, Monumento Nazionale Abbazia di Casamari, MNC-007 mss
ESsmm003 Gulo Maḵadā, Samāz Māryām, SMM-003 mss
ESagm005 Gulo Maḵadā, ʾAgamyo Qǝddus Mikāʾel, AGM-005 mss
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