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G?wargis  
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M?r  
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Dayr*  
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Ab*  
returns results for "ʿAbdishoʿ" and "ʿAbda" and more.

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Aba~  
returns results which contain "Aba" but also "Abi", "Saba", "Aha", and other words that are "fuzzy" matches for "Aba".

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To find an exact phrase, it should be enclosed in double quotes.

Thus

"ʿAbdishoʿ I"  
returns only one result with that exact phrase, while several results are found for the words "ʿAbdishoʿ" and "I".

Proximity Characters

To find two or more words which occur within a specified range of each other, one can append the character "~" followed by a number to an "Exact Phrase" search. This allows one to search for two or more words that occur within a specified distance of each other as defined by number of words.

Thus

"Jacob+Bishop"~2  
finds three results in which the words "Jacob" and "Bishop" occur within two words of each other: "Jacob , bishop of Nisibin", "Jacob, bishop of Phesilta", and "Jacob , bishop of ‛Ānah" while a simple search for "Jacob Bishop" returns many more results.

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... Or. oct. 1257:  Abgar  the Hagiographer ... ... Sachau 99 (Berlin 56): Ishoʿ bar  Shushan Yuḥanon X ... ... Mingana Syr. 29: Dawid bar  Pawlos M... ... Cambridge, UK, University Library  Add . 1700: New Testament Bible manuscripts ... ...olykarpos  Add  .... 1980:  Babai  the Great ... ...the Great  Add . 1981: Yoḥannan Azraq ... ...nan Azraq  Add . 1987: Ishaʿya of Beth Sbirina ...
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... the East (Translated from Assyrian into English by Y. A.  Baaba ) (2008). (includes a comparison of different existing lists) J. F. Coakle... ... Professor Han J. W. Drijvers, ed. G. J. Reinink and A. C. Klugkist  OLA  89; 1999), 65–83. (includes comparative discussion of two lists, by Yaw... ...  Papa   bar  ʿAggai ...  bar  ʿAggai ... ... Shemʿon  bar  Ṣabbaʿe d... ...  Aḥai  410 – 415 ... ...  Maʿna  420 ...
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Theodoros Abū Qurra (probably d. after 829) [Melk.]Contributor: Aaron M. Butts URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Theodoros-Abu-Qurra
Theodoros  Abū  ... Qurra https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Theodoros Abu -Qurra http://syriaca.org/bibl/554 545 ... ... . Little is definitively known about the life of Theodoros  Abū  Qurra. He was likely born in Edessa toward th... ...ran. He is traditionally thought to have been a monk at the monastery of Mar Saba , though this has recently been called into question (see Lamoreaux 2002). I... ...(see Lamoreaux 2002). In his Chronicle, Michael Rabo  (d. 1199) reports that  Abū  Qurra was deposed from his see by Theodoret, the Melk. ... ...y been challenged (see Lamoreaux 2005, xiii–xv). In the Chronicle of Michael Rabo ,  Abū  Qurra is also said to have travelled to Armenia where he debated with the S...
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... ’s Diatessaron (written in the 170s; Joosten). Neither these works, nor any  of the other texts written before the 4th cent. that have come down to us, ... ...ies on other books of the OT as well, as the monk Severos and ʿAbdishoʿ bar  Brikha claim, but this can no longer be ascert... ...self would call most of his exegesis in these commentaries ‘factual’, he did aim  at a refutation of Manichean and Marcionite interpretations. He seems less ... ...ons ( e.g. e.g., on Adam  and Eve) has led some scholars to assume an early date for this composition... ...f which interpret the OT. Yet Yaʿqub and Narsai had more in common. First of all , they shared a common Edessene tradition. In addition, it seems that the mi... ...e authors just mentioned is the so-called London Collection (ms. Brit. Libr. Add . 12,168), which was composed probably in the second quarter of the 7th  cen... ... , Gregory of Nyssa, and John Chrysostom; Ephrem and John bar  Aphtonia are the only Syriac authors mentioned. The ... ...ussed presently. Theodoros bar 
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... Severus bar  Mashqo ... ... were two counter-patriarchs: Yuḥanon of Kallinikos and Dawid of Dara . ... ... Yuḥanon (VII) bar  ʿAbdun 1004 – 1030 ... ... Yuḥanon VIII (IX) bar  ʿAbdun 1042 (1048?) – 1057 ... ... Yuḥanon IX (X), Ishoʿ bar  Shushan ... ... Athanasios (VII) Abulfaraj bar  Kamoro 1090 – 1129 ... ... Athanasios VII (VI) Yeshuʿ bar  Qeṭreh ... ... Michael I Rabo  ...
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Yaḥyā b. ʿAdī (893/4–974) [Syr. Orth.]Contributor: Aaron M. Butts URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Yahya-b-Adi
Yaḥyā b.  ʿAdī  ... https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Yahya-b Adi  http://syriaca.org/bibl/588 579 ... ... Translator, philosopher, logician, and theologian. His full name is Abū  Zakariyyā Yaḥyā b.  ʿAdī  b. Ḥamīd b. Zakariyyā (some mss. copied in Iran  add : b. Yaḥyā b. ʿUthmān b. Ḥamīd b. Buzurjmihr). He was born in 893/4 in ... ...in Baghdad . He died 13  Aug . 974 at the  age  of 81 and was buried in the church of Mār Tūmā in Baghdad. He was a student... . 974 at the  age  of 81 and was buried in the church of Mār Tūmā in Baghdad. He was a student...
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...one of the twelve apostles of Christ. From the early centuries of the Common Era , the St. Thomas Christians of Kerala had intermittent relationship with the... ...cient Persian Empire. Regular contacts were rather difficult, because of the Arab  ...-Muslim control of the trade route in the Arabian Sea  ...-Muslim control of the trade route in the Arabian Arab  ...-Muslim control of the trade route in the Arabian Sea . In the 15th cent. the relationship with the E.-Syr. Church was apparently ... ...he so-called Synod of Diamper (1599), Dom. Alexis Menezis, Archbishop of Goa  ..., with the support of the king of Cochin, was able  to bring the St. Thomas Christians under the authority of Rome. In 1653 the... ...oonan Cross. As they wanted to retain Syriac language and liturgy, and above all  to bring the St. Thomas Christians under the authority of Rome. In 1653 the...
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Toma of Edessa (mid-6th cent.) [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Adam H. Becker URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Toma-of-Edessa
... http://syriaca.org/person/795 person Affiliate of Mar Aba  and teacher at School of Nisibis; author of two ‘Explanations’ of liturgical feasts. ... ... An E.-Syr. student of the Cath. Mar  Aba  I (d. 552) associated with the School of ... ...s. He is probably not the same Toma of Edessa who is supposed to have taught Aba  Greek as well as traveled with him to the West. Furthermore, he has been co... ...  Adam 
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Yaʿqub of Nisibis (d. 337/8)Contributor: Joseph P. Amar URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Yaqub-of-Nisibis
...’s name appears in a variety of late antique sources, trustworthy historical data  about him are quite limited. The closest we have to an ... ...ahaṭ , of apocryphal Letters addressed to Cath.  Papa  of Seleucia, and of the spurious ‘Canons of Nicea’... ... P.  Peeters, ‘La légende de saint Jacques de Nisibe’,  AB  38 (1920), 285–373. ... ...1920), 285–373. Joseph P. Amar 
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Aba (ca. 400)Contributor: Lucas Van Rompay URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Aba
 Aba  ... https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org Aba  http://syriaca.org/bibl/12 3 ... ... , author, and biblical commentator. The ‘Testament of Ephrem’ mentions Aba  as the first of Ephrem’s seven disciples. He must, therefore, be the same p... ... of Ephrem’s seven disciples. He must, therefore, be the same person as ‘Mar Aba , the disciple of Ephrem’ to whom several fragments are attributed in ms. Lo... ... of Ephrem’s seven disciples. He must, therefore, be the same person as ‘Mar Aba , the disciple of Ephrem’ to whom several fragments are attributed in ms. Lo... ... of Ephrem’s seven disciples. He must, therefore, be the same person as ‘Mar Aba , the disciple of Ephrem’ to whom several fragments are attributed in ms. Lo... ... Ephrem’ to whom several fragments are attributed in ms. London, Brit. Libr. Add . 17,194, a 9th-cent. W.-Syr. collection of extracts from exegetical and the... ... these meager remains some new texts may perhaps be added.  Aba  is explicitly quoted in a work on the Holy Chrism by Anṭun of ...
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Behnam, Dayro d-Mor Monastery of St. Behnam [formerly Syr. Orth., now Syr. Cath.]Contributor: Bas Snelders URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Behnam-Dayro-d-Mor
...Monastery of the Pit’. According to the legend of Mor Behnam (ed. P. Bedjan, AMS , vol. II, 397–441), the monastery was built in the 4th cent. on the site of... ... preserved in a Syr. Orth. ms. (London, Brit. Libr. Add . 12,174), which was copied in 1197 for Dayro d-Mor ... ... contains a note by Patr. Michael I  Rabo  . Whatever the exact nature of the restoration work exe... ... 1259. Obviously benefiting from the economic and cultural boom in the Mosul area  during this period, the interior and exterior of the church were both ... ...ading Mongol army of Khan Baidu. The abbot of the monastery was subsequently able  ... to persuade Baidu not only to return all  the stolen objects, but even to make a donation, which was apparently used ... ... to persuade Baidu not only to return all  the stolen objects, but even to make a donation, which was apparently used ... ... to persuade Baidu not only to return all  the stolen objects, but even to make a donation, which was apparently used ...
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Barṣawma of Nisibis (d. ca. 491–96) [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Adam H. Becker URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Barsawma-of-Nisibis
...ma explaining his absence from the Synod of Mar  Aqaq  , held in 486, which further addressed the issues o... ... which further addressed the issues of clerical marriage. ʿAbdishoʿ bar  Brikha is vague about his works, citing variou... ...ll discussion of sources)  Adam 
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Aḥob Qaṭraya (late 6th cent.?) [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Bas ter Haar Romeny URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Ahob-Qatraya
.../324 person Exegete from Beth Qaṭraye mentioned by ʿAbdishoʿ bar  Brikha. (late 6th cen... ... mentioned by ʿAbdishoʿ bar  Brikha . According to Assemani he lived around ... ...hoʿdad of Merv (9th  cent.) has quoted Aḥob. In all  likelihood Christianity had already disappeared from the Beth Qaṭraye regio... ... Ishoʿyahb was chosen. ʿAbdishoʿ bar  Brikha’s ‘Catalogue’ credits Aḥob with an ‘Elucidation of the whole New (Te... ...ḥob with an ‘Elucidation of the whole New (Testament), of the Pentateuch and all  the Prophets, in addition to (or: except for) an elucidation of the Beth Ma... ...ḥob with an ‘Elucidation of the whole New (Testament), of the Pentateuch and all  the Prophets, in addition to (or: except for) an elucidation of the Beth Ma... ...ḥob with an ‘Elucidation of the whole New (Testament), of the Pentateuch and all  the Prophets, in addition to (or: except for) an elucidation of the Beth Ma... ... however. Fragments of Aḥob were also quoted by  Ibn  al-Ṭayyib (d. 1043) in his biblical commentaries i...
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...mpire (approximately modern Iraq and Iran); 3. under  Arab  rule; and 4. under Ottoman rule and in modern times. ... ...the Persian (Sasanian) Empire (approximately modern Iraq and Iran); 3. under Arab  rule; and 4. under Ottoman rule and in modern times. It is only from the fi... ... have introduced imaginary dialogues between persecutor and persecuted whose aim  is to edify and give encouragement to those who read or hear them; miraculo... ... have introduced imaginary dialogues between persecutor and persecuted whose aim  is to edify and give encouragement to those who read or hear them; miraculo... ... have introduced imaginary dialogues between persecutor and persecuted whose aim  is to edify and give encouragement to those who read or hear them; miraculo... ... and the laymen Shmona and Gurya, who were martyred probably in 309 and 310; all  three came from villages around Edessa, but met their death in Edessa. Alth... ... Teaching of  Adda i Teaching of ... ...cts, of varying historical reliability. Shemʿon bar  Ṣabbaʿe , bp. of S...
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Shemʿon bar Ṣabbaʿe (d. 341 or 344) [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Lucas Van Rompay URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Shemon-bar-Sabbae
Shemʿon  bar  ... Ṣabbaʿe https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Shemon bar -Sabbae http://syriaca.org/bibl/508 499 ... ...Shemʿon was probably the immediate successor of  Papa   bar  ʿAggai (d. between 327 and 335), but nothing i...  bar  ʿAggai (d. between 327 and 335), but nothing i...  bar  ʿAggai (d. between 327 and 335), but nothing i... ...Syriac texts: 1. the ‘Martyrdom of Shemʿon’ (first published by E. Assemani, Acta  sanctorum martyrum I [1748]); and 2. the longer ‘History of Shemʿon’ (first... ...748]); and 2. the longer ‘History of Shemʿon’ (first published by P. Bedjan, Acta  martyrum et sanctorum II [1891]). Both texts were published by M. Kmosko in...
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Synodicon Orientale [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Lucas Van Rompay URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Synodicon-Orientale
...itle Synodicon Orientale. Within the ms. itself, the title ‘Book of synods’  Ktābā  d-swnhdw) is used a few times, either for the collection of E.-Syr. synods ... ... the Ch. of E., such as the correspondence related to  Papa   bar  ʿAggai . The third part (p. 561–840; nos. 42–80...  bar  ʿAggai . The third part (p. 561–840; nos. 42–80...  bar  ʿAggai . The third part (p. 561–840; nos. 42–80... ... contains additional materials pertaining to Cath. Mar  Aba  I and Ḥenanishoʿ  II ... ... Cath. Ishoʿ bar  Nun (d. 828), ʿAbdish... ...un (d. 828), ʿAbdishoʿ bar  Bahrīz (early 9th cent.), ...
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Ibn al-Ṭayyib (d. 1043) [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Aaron M. Butts URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Ibn-al-Tayyib
 Ibn  ... al-Ṭayyib https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org Ibn -al-Tayyib http://syriaca.org/bibl/276 267 ... ...heologian, exegete, physician, translator, and philosopher. His full name is Abū  al-Faraj  ʿAbd  Allāh  Ibn  Allāh  ʿAbd  Allāh  Ibn  Allāh  ʿAbd 
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...  AB  Analecta ... ...  ABD  Anchor Bi... ...  AHC  Annuarium... ...  BBK  Biographi... ... CSCO Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium.  all  references are to the overall number, not the Script. Syr. or Subsi... ...  ECA  Eastern C... ... Eastern Christian Art  in its Late Antique and Islamic Contexts. ... ...  JBL  Journal o...
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...Arabic (Luxenberg). Other scholars had already made use of other comparative data  (Wansbrough) to propose a later, early 8th-cent., Syrian origin for ... ...tween the Romans and the Arabs of Muḥammad in Palestine twelve miles east of Gaza ’ in the year 634 (Hoyland, 120). The chroniclers continued to record the in... ...pendent records of events that are only sparsely reported or not reported at all  in Islamic, Arabic sources of the time (Borrut). The great medieval, Syriac... ...pendent records of events that are only sparsely reported or not reported at all  in Islamic, Arabic sources of the time (Borrut). The great medieval, Syriac... ... medieval, Syriac chronicles, such as the Chronicle of Michael Rabo  (d. 1199) and the anonymous Chronicle of 1234,... ...nicler from the late 8th cent. says of the Syriac-speaking Christians in his era , in the region of Ṭur ʿAbdin ... ...ten or twenty or thirty or a hundred or two hundred or three hundred without any  sort of compulsion . . . . … ... ...been in the apocalyptic genre. The most notable of these is the ‘Apocalypse of Pseudo-Methodius’, in all  likelihood composed originally in Syriac by a Syr. Orth. writer in ca. 691 ...
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...t is in the hands of the Syrians everywhere’ as  Bar  ʿEbroyo had to conclude in the introduction to his... ...ons’ (Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings, Proverbs, Qohelet, Ruth, Song of Songs, Bar  Sira, and Job; especially in the E.-Syr. tradition). Differences between th... ... 2008), 141–71.  Bas 

Search results:

447 matches for Keyword: Aba~ 

You may wish to expand your search by using our advanced search functions or by using wildcard characters to increase results. See search tips for more details.

Search Tips

For best results, users are recommended to use the advanced search functions. Search results can also be improved by the use of the the following Boolean search characters:

Wildcard Characters:

Given the prevalence of variant spellings in names, using Wildcard Characters may help.

"?" can be inserted as a variant for any single character.

Thus a search for:

G?wargis  
returns results which contain either "Gewargis" or "Giwargis".

Similarly a search for:

M?r  
returns results which contain either "Mar" or "Mor".

"*" can be inserted as a variant for multiple characters or a truncated word.

Thus a search for:

Dayr*  
returns results for "Dayr" and "Dayro" and more.

Similarly a search for

Ab*  
returns results for "ʿAbdishoʿ" and "ʿAbda" and more.

Note: Because the sources we quote use a variety of transliteration formats, Syriaca.org ignores diacritics and punctuation in searching; for example, use of "ʿ" is not required to find results with this diacritical mark.

Fuzzy Search Character

Appending the character "~" after a word returns results for words that are close but not exact matches.

Thus a search for

Aba~  
returns results which contain "Aba" but also "Abi", "Saba", "Aha", and other words that are "fuzzy" matches for "Aba".

Exact Phrase Searches

To find an exact phrase, it should be enclosed in double quotes.

Thus

"ʿAbdishoʿ I"  
returns only one result with that exact phrase, while several results are found for the words "ʿAbdishoʿ" and "I".

Proximity Characters

To find two or more words which occur within a specified range of each other, one can append the character "~" followed by a number to an "Exact Phrase" search. This allows one to search for two or more words that occur within a specified distance of each other as defined by number of words.

Thus

"Jacob+Bishop"~2  
finds three results in which the words "Jacob" and "Bishop" occur within two words of each other: "Jacob , bishop of Nisibin", "Jacob, bishop of Phesilta", and "Jacob , bishop of ‛Ānah" while a simple search for "Jacob Bishop" returns many more results.