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Definition of Pericopic
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Literary usage of Pericopic
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1. The Verse of Greek Comedy by John Williams White (1912)
"(456), the first strophe ι -β) of the pericope is apparently a pericopic dyad, ... in which the pericopic period was sung to a melody without recurrences, ..."
2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Parallel to the pericopic reading of Torah is a pericopic reading from the Prophets, or second part of the Hebrew Canon. These sections are chosen with a ..."
3. An Introduction to the New Testament by Adolf Jülicher (1904)
"... Rome (but not the ' De Virginitate') between Jude and Romans as Canonical books, and even provided them with a system of pericopic subdivision ! § 45. ..."
4. An Introduction to the New Testament by Adolf Jülicher (1904)
"... of Rome (but not the ' De Virginitate') between Jude and Romans as Canonical books, and even provided them with a system of pericopic subdivision ! ..."
5. Four Hundred Years: Commemorative Essays on the Reformation of Dr. Martin by William Herman Theodore Dau (1916)
"Most of his sermons are on the Gospel- and Epistle-lessons of the well-known pericopic system. He seldom used free texts, but in week-day services he would ..."
6. The Protestant Theological and Ecclesiastical Encyclopedia by John Henry Augustus Bomberger, Johann Jakob Herzog (1860)
"The work has obtained a further significance ¡n addition to the immediate object contemplated, in this, that it has confirmed the pericopic arrangement ..."