Posts made in December, 2017

Ritual and Music in South India: Syrian Christian Liturgical Music in Kerala Author(s): Israel J. Ross

Posted by on Dec 29, 2017 in Library | Comments Off on Ritual and Music in South India: Syrian Christian Liturgical Music in Kerala Author(s): Israel J. Ross

This study is concerned with the rituals and musical practices of the Syrian Christian communities of the south- western or Malabar coast of India. These communities have lived and flourished in South India for almost two thousand years and were almost completely isolated from cult music in kerala

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On Syrian Liturgical Chant Author(s): Ludwig Bonvin

Posted by on Dec 29, 2017 in Library | Comments Off on On Syrian Liturgical Chant Author(s): Ludwig Bonvin

THE Journal Asiatique, 1912 and 1913, contains a series of articles on Syrian music by the Benedictine monk Dom Jeannin. These articles desreve our consideration. Dechevrens and other Gregorian scholars have repeatedly drawn ou attention to the importance of the Oriental liturgical music clearing up many a problem of the Gregorian chant; and thi is but Syrian...

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A Poem in the Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Urmia Author(s): L. Yaure

Posted by on Dec 21, 2017 in Library | Comments Off on A Poem in the Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Urmia Author(s): L. Yaure

LITTLE did I realize twenty-five years ago, when I proposed an Aram topic for my doctoral dissertation to Prof. William F. Albright at Johns Hopkins University,’ that I would one day be addressing the Societ Biblical Literature as its president on a subject that would be related to s topic and that has held my interest during the suc A poem in...

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The Aramaic Origin of the Gospel of John Author(s): Charles C. Torrey

Posted by on Dec 21, 2017 in Library | Comments Off on The Aramaic Origin of the Gospel of John Author(s): Charles C. Torrey

IN the numerous discussions of the Greek of New Testament documents with reference to the question of translation from Aramaic originals, the Fourth Gospel has generally been left out of account. The language of the Synoptists has been ex- amined very diligently from this point of view, especially dur ing the past two or three decades, and at least one competen Semitic scholar has published material of high importance Aramaic origin of the gosple of...

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The Aramaic Language and the Study of the New Testament Author(s): Joseph A. Fitzmyer

Posted by on Dec 20, 2017 in Library | Comments Off on The Aramaic Language and the Study of the New Testament Author(s): Joseph A. Fitzmyer

Aramaic and new testement

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