Eicetae an order of Syrian monks in the 9th century, who held dancing to be an essential part of divine worship, and engaged in this exercise in their public services. They defended their practice by the example of Miriam at the Red Sea and of David at the removal of the ark. They met with few imitators, but John of Damascus thought it best to expose their error.

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