Posts made in June, 2016

Reflections on Identity. e Suryoye of the Twelfth and irteenth Centuries: Bar Salibi, Bar Shakko, and Barhebraeus Herman Teule

Posted by on Jun 28, 2016 in Library | Comments Off on Reflections on Identity. e Suryoye of the Twelfth and irteenth Centuries: Bar Salibi, Bar Shakko, and Barhebraeus Herman Teule

CHRC .- () – Church History and Religious Culture www.brill.nl/chrc Reflections on Identity. e Suryoye of the Twelfth and irteenth Centuries: Bar Salibi, Bar Shakko, and Barhebraeus Herman Teule Abstract e present article studies some aspects of the literary output of three Syriac Orthodox authors, Dionysius bar Salibi, Jacob bar Shakko, and Gregory Barhebraeus, who are con- sidered the most important representatives of the period known as ‘the Syriac Renaissance’ (twelfth and thirteenth centuries). e focus of this study is on...

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Studies in Syriac Literature ” First Installment ” – Dr. Matti Moosa

Posted by on Jun 24, 2016 in Library | Comments Off on Studies in Syriac Literature ” First Installment ” – Dr. Matti Moosa

THE MUSLIM WORLD Hartford Seminary Foundation, LVIII, No. 2, 1968 The systematic study of Syriac Literature and sciences and related subjects began in Europe at the close of the seventeenth century. Eastern writers, whether of early or recent periods, whether Syrians or not, did not concern themselves with the scholarly study of Syriac Literature until recently, when the Syrian Patriarch of Antioch, Mar Ignatius Aphram Barsoum, published his comprehensive work entitled al-Lu’Lu’ al-Manthur (The Unstrung Pearls), or, as he gives the title in French, Histoire des Sciences et de la...

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East Asian History Sourcebook East Asian History Sourcebook: Ch’ing-Tsing: Nestorian Tablet: Eulogizing the Propagation of the Illustrious Religion in China, with a Preface, – Paul Halsall

Posted by on Jun 18, 2016 in Library | Comments Off on East Asian History Sourcebook East Asian History Sourcebook: Ch’ing-Tsing: Nestorian Tablet: Eulogizing the Propagation of the Illustrious Religion in China, with a Preface, – Paul Halsall

composed by a priest of the Syriac Church, 781 A.D. [Horne Introduction]: This remarkable record of the fact that Christianity flourished in medieval China is a huge stone about ten feet high. Carven dragons and a cross adorn its summit, and its main shaft is completely covered with some two thousand Chinese characters. It stands now in the Peilin or “Forest of Tablets” in Sian-fu, this Peilin being a great hall specially devoted to the preservation of old historic tablets. Up to a few years ago the ancient stone stood with other unvalued monuments in the grounds of a Buddhist monastery,...

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Bar Hebraeus’ Book of the Pupils of the Eye
Author(s): Herman F. Janssens

Posted by on Jun 6, 2016 in Library | Comments Off on Bar Hebraeus’ Book of the Pupils of the Eye
Author(s): Herman F. Janssens

Bar Hebraeus’ Book of the Pupils of the Eye
Author(s) Herman F. Janssens bar hebr

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تعاليم يمليخوس السوري: بين المحب والمحبوب لينرد جورج ترجمة ادمير كوريه

Posted by on Jun 6, 2016 in Library | Comments Off on تعاليم يمليخوس السوري: بين المحب والمحبوب لينرد جورج ترجمة ادمير كوريه

تعاليم يمليخوس السوري: بين المحب والمحبوب لينرد جورج ترجمة ادمير كوريه بدأ اهتمامي الجاد بالافلاطونية المحدثة بعد فترة قصيرة من بدء عملي كعالم نفساني يعمل في المعالجة السريرية لقسم الحروق في مستشفى ، حيث شهدت تشويهات رهيبة للشكل البشري واختبرت آلاما يصعب وصفها. أما استجابتي لهذا الوابل من المؤشرات المميته فكان فيها بعض...

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