Symphonia

(Latin) a musical performance.
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symphonia

(from the article `hurdy-gurdy`) ...was first mentioned in the 10th century as the organistrum. It was then a church instrument played by two men, one fingering the keys, one turning ...
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symphonia

(from the article `Christianity`) Orthodox theologians have understood the coexistence of the Christian emperor and the head of the Christian church as symphnia, or `harmony.` The ...
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Symphonia

[moth] Symphonia is a genus of moths of the Crambidae family. ...
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Symphonia

[theology] Symphonia (συμφωνία `accord`) is a concept (theory) in Eastern Orthodox Christian theological and political thinking, which posits that church and state are to be complementary and exhibit mutual respect. The theory can be traced back to Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (324-337). Justinian I expressed this position wh...
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Symphonia

[plant] Symphonia is a genus of tropical woody plants, specifically trees in the family Clusiaceae. The genus has its diversity center in Madagascar and one species (Symphonia globulifera) disjunct in the Afrotropic and the Neotropic in the Amazon Rainforest. Because of this particular distribution pattern, the origin of the genus is contro...
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Symphonia

Symphonia (Greek συμφωνία) is a much-discussed word, applied at different times to the bagpipe, the drum, the hurdy-gurdy, and finally a kind of clavichord. The sixth of the musical instruments enumerated in Book of Daniel, {Bible|Daniel 3|KJB} (verses 5, 10 and 15), is erroneously translated `dulcimer`; in all probability it refers to t.....
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symphonia

old name for the hurdy-gurdy or other musical instruments
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