A Timeline Comparison of Feasts having Forefeasts or Afterfeasts

The following image shows the feasts of the Orthodox Christian calendar that have forefeasts or afterfeasts. The festal day of each feast is aligned with the others, and the bars to the left and right represent the duration of the forefeast and afterfeast, respectively.

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As far as I know, these are all the feasts that have forefeast or afterfeast periods. If I’m wrong, please let me know. (Palm Sunday is included because it is one of the 12 Great Feasts, even though it has no forefeast or afterfeast.)

Of what use is this? None, really, but it’s interesting to me. If it is to you, leave a comment below.

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