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Grigor I (d. ca. 610) [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Lucas Van Rompay URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Grigor-I
 Grigor  ... I https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org Grigor -I http://syriaca.org/bibl/247 238 ... ... ca. 610) [Ch. of E.] Cath. since 605. Grigor  originated from Prat d-Mayshan. Prior to his election he was a teacher of b... ...e said to have intervened in his election. One of the main internal problems Grigor  had to deal with was the crisis in the School of ... ...p of Ḥenana of Adiabene . The synod convened by Grigor  in 605 fully endorsed the commentaries (puššāqe) and ...
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Babai the Great (ca. 551–628) [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Sebastian P. Brock URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Babai-the-Great
...egnum (609–28) following the death of the Cath.  Grigor  , the Ch. of E. was administered jointly by the Arc... ...h of Khusrau II (628), who had not allowed the appointment of a successor to Grigor . Babai’s writings cover four main topics: 1. Christology. H...
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Nathniel of Sirzor (ca. 600) [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Lucas Van Rompay URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Nathniel-of-Sirzor
...yahb I ) and 605 (under  Grigor  I ) and signed the acts. At some later point during his ...
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Shubḥalmaran (d. 620?) [Ch. of E.]Contributor: David J. Lane URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Shubhalmaran
...r the Sasanian period, he was a contemporary of  Grigor  I , Cath. ... ...hout persuading him to restore the Catholicate, suspended after the death of Grigor  I. However, he failed in his attempts to thwart the schemes of Gabriel of S...
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Barḥadbshabba ʿArbaya (late 6th / early 7th  cent.) [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Adam H. Becker Jeff W. Childers URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Barhadbshabba-Arbaya
... the signatories to the record for the Synod of  Grigor  I of 605, at which the theological authority of ...
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Synodicon Orientale [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Lucas Van Rompay URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Synodicon-Orientale
... Cath.  Grigor  I (605); ...
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Denḥa (9th cent.?) [Ch. of E.]Contributor: Stephen D. Ryan, O.P. URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Denha
...erly Siirt 29), identifies two authors: ‘Rabban Denḥa, but others say Rabban Grigor , monk of Gamre.’ This double attribution, found in all the extant mss., see... ...tant mss., seems to refer to a new edition of Denḥa’s commentary by the monk Grigor  of Gamre, who is otherwise unknown, with the additions having been made in ... ...e additions having been made in red ink. Van Rompay has shown that the Denḥa Grigor  commentary is in fact an expanded form of the anonymous Psalm commentary fo... ...e additions having been made in red ink. Van Rompay has shown that the Denḥa Grigor  commentary is in fact an expanded form of the anonymous Psalm commentary fo... ... Theodore of Mopsuestia . The Denḥa Grigor  commentary was supplemented by material ascribed to ... ...Mingana Syr. 58 and ms. Cambridge Univ. Libr. Or. 1318). Echoes of the Denḥa Grigor  commentary are found in W.-Syr. commentaries on the Psalms by ... ... Bar ʿEbroyo . A  few extracts of the Denḥa Grigor  commentary dealing with messianism have been published by Vandenhoff. ...
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Daniel of Ṣalaḥ (fl. mid-6th cent.) [Syr. Orth.]Contributor: David G. K. Taylor URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Daniel-of-Salah
... . An important Armenian translation was commissioned by Catholicos Grigor  Vkayaser in the late 11th cent., and an Arabic version was made in 1730 by ...
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...orical interest, survive in both Syriac and Greek; these include the Acts of Grigor  (who managed to become a general after his conversion, but was eventually m...
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...ore himself, the Psalter commentaries of Denḥa  Grigor  and of ms. Sachau 215, and the works to be discussed presently. ...

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11 matches for Keyword: Grigor 

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"?" 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  
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"*" 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~  
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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.