You may or may not be able to answer this question but are you aware of any difference in the Veneration of Mary by the Oriental Orthodox Church as compared to the Eastern Orthodox Church?
I read some hymns in the Eastern Orthodox Church that seem to give Mary too high of a position or adorn her with language that, at least for a Protestant like me, would seem more appropriate for Christ Jesus. An example is:
In your holy birth, Immaculate One, Joachim and Anna were rid of the shame of childlessness; Adam and Eve of the corruption of death. And so your people, free of the guilt of their sins, celebrate crying: "The barren one gives birth to the Theotokos, who nourishes our life." - Translation by Narthex Press
However when I read the Agpeya I find a picture of Mary as a blessed Saint, the Mother of God, who prays to Christ Jesus on our behalf, asking him to forgive us. An example is:
O Lord Jesus Christ, the Word of God our God, through the intercession of Holy Mary and all Thy Saints, keep us, and let us start well. Have mercy upon us according to Thy will forever. The night has passed away, we give thanks unto Thee O lord, and we ask Thee to keep us this day without sin, and deliver us.
Hail thee. We ask thee, O saint, full of glory, the ever-virgin, the Birthgiver of God, the mother of Christ; to lift up our prayers to Thy beloved Son that He may forgive our sins. Hail her, the Saint, the Virgin, who gave birth to the True Light, Christ Our Lord; ask the Lord to have mercy on us and forgive our sins. O Virgin Mary, Birthgiver of God, the faithful intercessor of the human race, intercede for us before Christ to whom thou gave birth, that He may grant us forgiveness of our sins. Hail thee, O virgin, the true queen. Hail her who is the pride of our race, who gave birth to Emmanuel. We ask thee to remember us, O faithful intercessor, before our Lord, Jesus Christ, that He forgive our sins.
This view of Mary I can agree with and can find to be Biblical but the language used by the Eastern Orthodox I find hard to accept.
Are you aware of any difference or would an Oriental Orthodox Christian agree with the hymn sung by the Eastern Orthodox?