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16 matches for Keyword: Tumo 

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Thus

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

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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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... work The last Syriac version of the NT, prepared by Tumo  of Ḥarqel (Syr. Orth.) 615/16 in the Enaton near Alexandria ... ... The last Syriac version of the NT, prepared by  Tumo  of Ḥarqel (Syr. Orth.) 615/16 in the ... ...ambiguous (esp. the role of the Philoxenian); the result, however, is clear: Tumo  prepared a NT text that did not exist before; ... .... By this way of quoting the additional material and using ‘critical’ signs, Tumo  is a pupil of Origen; from a modern point of view, he attached a ‘critical’... ... point of view, he attached a ‘critical’ apparatus to his version. Of course Tumo  was not a modern critic, but he was aware of the non-uniformity of the Gree... ... point of view, he attached a ‘critical’ apparatus to his version. Of course Tumo  was not a modern critic, but he was aware of the non-uniformity of the Gree... ... point of view, he attached a ‘critical’ apparatus to his version. Of course Tumo  was not a modern critic, but he was aware of the non-uniformity of the Gree... ... point of view, he attached a ‘critical’ apparatus to his version. Of course Tumo  was not a modern critic, but he was aware of the non-uniformity of the Gree...
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Tumo of Ḥarqel (ca. 570–640) [Syr. Orth.]Contributor: Andreas Juckel URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Tumo-of-Harqel
 Tumo  ... of Ḥarqel https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org Tumo -of-Harqel http://syriaca.org/bibl/573 564 ... ...ometianus started a persecution of the Miaphysites in the Orient, which made Tumo  and other bps. (among whom was possibly Pawlos of ... ... of Antioch (594–631).  Tumo  was his ‘Synkellos’ and diplomat who shared his efforts to reunite with the... ... patr. were not present in person and that Tumo  was appointed speaker of the Syrians and charged with the negotiations. ... ...otiations. When the Persians conquered Egypt and devastated the Enaton (619/20), Tumo  and his version escaped destruction. After 627 the Persian power faded, and... ...trong position when in 631 he met with Athanasios and twelve of his bishops  Tumo  among them, according to Michael) at Mabbug to discuss a christological for... ...reached, and severe restrictions for the Miaphysites followed. In those days Tumo  among them, according to Michael) at Mabbug to discuss a christological for...
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Pawlos of Tella (first half of 7th cent.) [Syr. Orth.]Contributor: Lucas Van Rompay URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Pawlos-of-Tella
... embarked on a major translation project. This included  Tumo  of Ḥarqel , whose name is connected with the Ḥa... ...vidence is rather thin. According to Honigmann, Pawlos was in the company of Tumo  of Ḥarqel ‘and other bishops’ who in 599 were expelled from their sees duri...
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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
... Furthermore, he has been confused in the past with the W.-Syr.  Tumo  of Ḥarqel . His two extant treatises, one on th...
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Polykarpos (ca. 500) [Syr. Orth.]Contributor: Andreas Juckel URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Polykarpos
...s’s original version and the update prepared by  Tumo  of Ḥarqel remained unclear so long as genuine ... .... The ‘Philoxenian-Ḥarqlean problem’ centered around the question of whether Tumo  simply re-issued Polykarpos’s version adding material to the text and margi... ...t to be substantially correct. In addition to the attached textual material, Tumo  introduced a refinement of translation technique that turned Polykarpos’s o... ...mphilus’s famous library in Caesarea. It was this underlying Greek text that Tumo  wished to preserve and to mirror in his own version, and he was not interes... ...mphilus’s famous library in Caesarea. It was this underlying Greek text that Tumo  wished to preserve and to mirror in his own version, and he was not interes... ...mphilus’s famous library in Caesarea. It was this underlying Greek text that Tumo  wished to preserve and to mirror in his own version, and he was not interes...
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The Enaton EnnatonContributor: Andreas Juckel URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/The-Enaton
...n Egypt (538) and was buried in the Enaton; and  Tumo  of Ḥarqel ( ... ...wlos of Tella provided a translation of the Septuagint (‘Syro-Hexapla’), and Tumo  of Ḥarqel a translation of the NT (Ḥarqlean version). According to the subscriptions of ...
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...studies and Qenneshre continued this tradition.  Tumo  of Ḥarqel , Athana...
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...of Mabbug ), and ca. 615 (the Ḥarqlean, made by  Tumo  of Ḥarqel ); this last provided a mirror render...
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ApocalypsesContributor: Sebastian P. Brock URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Apocalypses
... Gwynn, 1897, repr. 2005), the other ca. 615, by  Ṭumo  of Ḥarqel (photographic ed., A. Vööbus, CSCO 4...
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... , made in 615/16 by  Tumo  of Ḥarqel . On the basis of Philoxenos’s Gospel com...
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...t was closer to the Greek. A century after that  Tumo  of Harqel revised the Philoxenian version (AD ...
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MasoraContributor: Andreas Juckel URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Masora
...s the deacon’ (identified by some scholars with  Tumo  of Ḥarqel ). c) The main source of the third section ar...
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Shaʿya, Elias (1895–1970) [Syr. Orth.]Contributor: George A. Kiraz URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Shaya-Elias
... Barṭelle in 1895, ordained deacon by Athanasios Tumo  Qaṣīr in 1928 and then a priest for Sanjār by ...
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Nuḥ the Lebanese (1451–1509) [Syr. Orth.]Contributor: Herman G. B. Teule URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Nuh-the-Lebanese
...hilosophical; injustice committed by Huns and Kurds; an elegy on his teacher Tumo ) (published by Yuḥanon Dolabani ...
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Dinno, Niʿmatullāh (1885–1951) [Syr. Orth.]Contributor: Khalid Dinno URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Dinno-Nimatullah
...y which title he was widely known, on 6 April of the same year by Athanasius Tumo  Qaṣīr. Apart from initial schooling at St. Thomas School in Mosul from 1909...
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Mardin MardeContributor: Hidemi Takahashi URI: https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/Mardin
... 1950’s 1950s , now Zeyt Mosque); 8. former Mor Tumo  (now Ulu Cami?). Of the 94 mss. at the Chald. episcopal...

Search results:

16 matches for Keyword: Tumo 

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.

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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.