Kommos

(plural, kommoi): a song of lament in tragedy; a set of lines that alternate between an actor (or actors) and the chorus in ancient drama; a kommos could be used to heighten emotion or show indecision for a character.
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Kommos

[Crete] Kommos (Κομμός) is a Greek prehistoric Bronze Age port and archaeological site in southern Crete. It was a busy port with connections to the Near East that continued into historic periods; the rich finds and elaborate buildings reflect the importance of foreign trade for the Cretan economy. Its ancient name was probably Amykla...
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Kommos

[theatre] A kommos (from Greek κομμός, kommós, literally `striking`, especially `beating of the head and breast in mourning`) is a lyrical song of lamentation in an Athenian tragedy that the chorus and a dramatic character sing together. A kommos occurs `when the tension of the play rises to a climax of grief or horror or joy`. Examp...
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