Liturgy: Etymology. A. Leitourge ō / Leitourgia in non-biblical Greek. Leitourgein = l ēitos (“concerning the people or national community”) + ergon (“action”, “activity”)
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Citizens with an income above a fixed level had by law to accept specific services at their own expense, although the could also do so voluntarily for motives of patriotism, vainglory, or both.