agapetae defined in 1939 year

agapetae - Agapetae (Gr. agapetos, beloved);
agapetae - Female celibates and widows who in the 3rd century devoted their lives to the service of the clergy. After being subject to repeated regulations and denounced by Cyprian, Jerome, and others, they were suppressed by the Lateran Council of 1139.

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