Posts made in March, 2016

دستور كنيسة أنطاكية السريانية الأرثوذكسية

Posted by on Mar 31, 2016 in Library | Comments Off on دستور كنيسة أنطاكية السريانية الأرثوذكسية

دستور كنيسة أنطاكية السريانية الأرثوذكسية مقدمــة كنيسة أنطاكية السريانية الأرثوذكسية هي التسمية الرسمية لكنيستنا المقدسة، وتُنسب إلى أنطاكية لأن القديس مار بطرس هامة الرسل أسّس فيها كرسيه الرسولي عام 37م. وفي أنطاكية دُعي التلاميذ مسيحيين أولاً (أع 11: 26) وكنيستنا هي التي ثبّتت الإيمان الرسولي القويم ونشرته في مختلف أنحاء...

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Julian Saba, ‘Father of the Monks’ of Syria / Sidney Griffith

Posted by on Mar 28, 2016 in Library | Comments Off on Julian Saba, ‘Father of the Monks’ of Syria / Sidney Griffith

Julian Saba (d. 367) is the earliest person in the Syriac-speaking community whose name we know, who dedicated himself to the eremitical life. His story has been preserved for us in Theodoret’s History of the Monks of Syria, in a collection of Syriac poems attributed to Ephraem (306-373), and in a Syriac memra attributed to Jacob of Serug (ca. 450-ca. 520). Based on these sources, the present article gives an account of Julian’s fame in Syria, and explores the significance of his accomplishments for the history of monasticism in the Syriac-speaking regions of the Early...

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التاريخ

Posted by on Mar 28, 2016 in Library, دراسات سريانية | Comments Off on التاريخ

تعريفه – موضوعه – أهميته – فوائده – مصادره – أزمنته  – عصوره – أقسامه – أشهر مؤرخيه –  أنواعه – ما قيل فيه   ليس بإنســانٍ ولا عاقـــلٍ     من لا يعي التاريخ في صدرهِ ومن درى اخباراً من قبله    أضاف  أعمـاراً  الى  عمره تعريفه:  التاريخ لغةً تعين الوقت. ومصطلح علمي يبحث عن أحوال الأمم الغابرة وانباء العصور السالفة...

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Transformations of the Edessa Portrait of Christ / Professor Sebastian Brock, Oxford University

Posted by on Mar 28, 2016 in Articles, Library | Comments Off on Transformations of the Edessa Portrait of Christ / Professor Sebastian Brock, Oxford University

August 15th 944 was a day of great jubilation and excitement for the citizens of the capital of the Byzantine Empire, for on it one of the most precious relics, the famous mandylion bearing the imprint of the face of Christ, came to the end of its long journey from Edessa, to be escorted in solemn procession into Constantinople; the following day the relic was taken in procession to the great church of the Holy Wisdom, and then finally found its resting place in a chapel of the imperial palace. An annual commemoration of the image, on 16th August, was inserted into the liturgical calendar.1...

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II Bar Hebraeus’ Chronography The Judges. From Joshua to Samuel Translated from Syriac by Ernest A. Wallis Budge

Posted by on Mar 24, 2016 in Library | Comments Off on II Bar Hebraeus’ Chronography The Judges. From Joshua to Samuel Translated from Syriac by Ernest A. Wallis Budge

Oxford University Press London 1932 II Here beginneth the Second Series, from the Patriarchs to the Judges. ISHO’ (JOSHUA) AFTER MOSES the prophet, ISHO’ (JOSHUA) the son of NON, his disciple, ruled the people, according to EUSEBIUS and ANDRONICUS, twenty-seven years, and according to ANIANUS twenty-five years. And when JOSHUA was eighty-three years old he received the rod of rule from MOSES the Great, and he brought the people into the land of promise; and he destroyed seven peoples of the CANAANITES. And in his tenth year, that is to say of his rule, he divided the inheritance...

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