ecclesia

Latin, meaning: church.
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Ecclesia

Personification of Church. Often appears with Synagoga (Personification of Judaism) Personifications of the Church (Ecclesia) and Judism (Synagoga). Both appear as female figures- Ecclesia was crowned and holding a chalice and Synagoga was blindfolded and held the Tablets of the Law (the Ten Commandments given to Moses).
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Ecclesia

a church that is formally allied with the state
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ecclesia

Citizens' assembly in ancient Greece. In Athens it was attended by any male over the age of 18, both of whose parents were Athenian citizens. It met 40 times a year on the hill known as the Pnyx,...
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Ecclesia

Ec·cle'si·a noun ; plural Ecclesiæ [ Latin , from Greek ....] 1. (Gr. Antiq.) The public legislative assembly of the Athenians. 2. (Eccl.) A church, either as a body or as a building.
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ecclesia

Origin: L, fr. Gr. ... 1. The public legislative assembly of the Athenians. ... 2. A church, either as a body or as a building. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Ecclesia

• (n.) The public legislative assembly of the Athenians. • (n.) A church, either as a body or as a building.
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ecclesia

(from the article `Christadelphian`) The local organization, called an ecclesia, is the principal unit of government in the group; there is no general overall organization, and no ...
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Ecclesia

(`gathering of those summoned`), in ancient Greece, assembly of citizens in a city-state. Its roots lay in the Homeric agora, the meeting of the ... [7 related articles]
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ecclesia

ecclesia 1. A church, either as a body or as a building. 2. The public legislative assembly of the Greek Athenians. 3. The political assembly of citizens of an ancient Greek state.
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Ecclesia

the Assembly of the Demes (people) in Sparta, comprised of all male citizens. The Lycurgan Constitution granted the Assembly no power to make or amend laws. They had only the right of a "yea" or "nay" vote on any motion brought before them. All lawmaking was done by the Gerousia, the Spartan Senate (see, Gerousia).
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Ecclesia

[ancient Athens] The ecclesia or ekklesia{sfn|Sinclair|1988}{Page needed|date=March 2012} (ἐκκλησία}}) was the principal assembly of the democracy of ancient Athens during its `Golden Age` (480–404 BCE). It was the popular assembly, open to all male citizens with 2 years of military service. In 594 BC, Solon allowed all Athenian
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ecclesia

church
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