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|−|[[Image:Akathist Hymn to the Theotokos icon.jpg|100px|left]]An '''[[ akathist]]''' (Greek, ''akathistos'') is a [[hymn]] dedicated to a [[saint]], [[Great Feasts|holy event]], or one of the persons of the [[Holy Trinity]]. The word ''akathist'' itself means "not sitting. " The akathist ''par excellence'' is that written in the 6th century to the [[Theotokos]]. In its use as part of the Salutations to the Theotokos service (used in the Byzantine tradition during [[Great Lent]]), it is often known by its Greek or Arabic names, ''Chairetismoi'' and ''Madayeh'', respectively. | |
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