Panegyris

Pa·neg'y·ris noun [ New Latin , from Greek .... See Panegyric .] A festival; a public assembly. [ Obsolete] S. Harris.
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Panegyris

• (n.) A festival; a public assembly.
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panegyris

in Greek religion, an ancient assembly that met on certain fixed dates for the purpose of honouring a specific god. The gatherings varied in size ... [1 related articles]
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Panegyris

A panegyris (πανήγυρις `gathering`), is an Ancient Greek general, national or religious assembly. Each was dedicated to the worship of a particular god. It is also associated with saint days and holy festivals. ==Relation to Panegyry and Panegyric== Πανήγυρις is also transliterated as panegyry, ...
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