Fig. 89. The name of Mushe of Nisibis written in an inscription on a wooden door in the main church of Dayr al-Suryān. The inscription refers to the building of the altar space under Mushe’s tenure and is dated 926/27. Photo: Lucas Van Rompay. See entries: Syriac contacts with Coptic Christianity, Inscriptions, Mushe of Nisibis, and Dayr al-Suryān.