Posts made in June, 2015

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

Posted by on Jun 23, 2015 in Articles, Library | Comments Off on II- Bar Hebraeus’ Chronography The Judges. From Joshua to Samuel Translated from Syriac by Ernest A. Wallis Budge

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 for the people. He died...

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I- Bar Hebraeus’ Chronography The Patriarchs. From Adam to Moses Translated from Syriac by Ernest A. Wallis Budge/Oxford University Press London 1932

Posted by on Jun 19, 2015 in Library | Comments Off on I- Bar Hebraeus’ Chronography The Patriarchs. From Adam to Moses Translated from Syriac by Ernest A. Wallis Budge/Oxford University Press London 1932

I The First Series of generations, which beginneth with the Patriarchs. ADAM, the first man, the king of those who are on the earth, according to the opinion of the Divine Book, was created on Friday, the sixth day of the month of NISAN, the first month of year one of the existence of the world, which began on the first day of the week (Sunday), the first day of the month of NISAN. Now ‘ANYANOS (ANIANUS) the monk, adducing testimonies from the Book of ENOCH, saith, that seventy years after the expulsion from PARADISE, ADAM knew EVE, and she brought forth CAIN. And after seven (or,...

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Muslims – Christians relations And Inter – Christrian Rivalries In Middle East Dr. John Joseph

Posted by on Jun 3, 2015 in Library | Comments Off on Muslims – Christians relations And Inter – Christrian Rivalries In Middle East Dr. John Joseph

1-The Syrians in Tur Abdin 2- The Syrians in Syria 3- Bibiography 1 THE SYRIANS IN Tur Abdin The internal conditions in the still “Ottoman Empire” were chaotic when the war ended in 1918. Food and most commodities were at famine prices. In Istanbul, sugar, an item typical of other commodities, was retailed at three hundred instead of twenty-five piasters. “Everyone was for himself,” the Times of London reported hundreds of thousands of brigands, some partly organized politically; others, unorganized bands of deserters and robbers, posed the most serious problem of...

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