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Antikristos or Antikrystós (Greek: αντικρυστός χορός) is a dance of Greek origin.[1] “Aντικρυστός” in Greek language refers to the verb αντικρύζω “be across, opposite, face-to-face” (from Ancient Greek ἀντικρύ “vis-à-vis, face-to-face”). It is also known in Armenia. Antikristos has similarities with the karsilamas dance. It is danced in couples.[2]

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  1. ^ Rechberger, Herman (2018). Balkania: Rhythms in songs and dances from Albania, Bulgaria, The Republic of Macedonia, Romania and Serbia. Fennica Gehrman. p. 97. ISBN 9789525489279.
  2. ^ Asterios Patsiaouras; Xatzigianis Efstathios; Garyfallos Anagnostou (2012). "Reasons for Participation in Traditional Cypriot Dances" (PDF). Facta Universitatis. University of Thessaly, Greece. 10 (1): 40.