diaconicon


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diaconicon

1. Originally a place where the deacons kept the vessels used for the church service.
2. In Greek churches, a sacristy to the right of the sanctuary.
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There is also a detailed and useful architecturai description of the 'Basilica of Alkisson', probably the early Byzantine Episcopal basilica (Papadopoulou), although the identification of the diaconicon and the baptistery (without evidence for a piscina) are unconvincing.