acoemetae defined in 1939 yearacoemetae - Acoemetae (Greek alcoimetos, sleepless);
acoemetae - Eastern monastic order which flourished in Constantinople in the 5th century. It was dissolved for heresy in 533. The Acoemetae regulated their worship so that it was continuous day and night, presumably on a literal interpretation of 1 Thes. 5, 17.
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