Greek Words in the Syriac Text of the Apology of Aristides, in: G. A. Kiraz (Hg.), Malphono w-Rabo d-Malphone (FS S. P. Brock), Piscataway, NJ 2008, 383–403. –, War Aristides ein Mann von Bildung? Forschungsgeschichtliches Protokoll ...
Author: Markus Lang
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Aspekte zum frühchristlichen Selbstverständnis in den ersten zwei Jahrhunderten.
In George Kiraz, ed., Malphono w-Rabo d-Malphone: Studies in Honor of Sebastian P. Brock, 421–438. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2008. . Justinian and the Making of the Syrian Orthodox Church. Oxford Early Christian Studies.
Author: Yonatan Moss
Publisher: Univ of California Press
In the early sixth-century eastern Roman empire, anti-Chalcedonian leaders Severus of Antioch and Julian of Halicarnassus debated the nature of Jesus's body: Was it corruptible prior to its resurrection from the dead? Viewing the controversy in light of late antiquity’s multiple images of the ‘body of Christ,’ Yonatan Moss reveals the underlying political, ritual, and cultural stakes and the long-lasting effects of this fateful theological debate. Incorruptible Bodies combines sophisticated historical methods with philological rigor and theological precision, bringing to light an important chapter in the history of Christianity.
The Alexandrian Commentary Tradition between Rome and Baghdad Dr John W Watt, Dr Josef Lössl ... Selon l'auteur, l'ouvrage de Paul illustrerait la forme qu'aurait prise, dans les écoles nestoriennes, ... Malphono w-Rabo d-Malphone: ...
Author: Dr John W Watt
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
This book brings together sixteen studies by internationally renowned scholars on the origins and early development of the Latin and Syriac biblical and philosophical commentary traditions. It casts light on the work of the founder of philosophical biblical commentary, Origen of Alexandria, and traces the developments of fourth- and fifth-century Latin commentary techniques in writers such as Marius Victorinus, Jerome and Boethius. The focus then moves east, to the beginnings of Syriac philosophical commentary and its relationship to theology in the works of Sergius of Reshaina, Probus and Paul the Persian, and the influence of this continuing tradition in the East up to the Arabic writings of al-Farabi. There are also chapters on the practice of teaching Aristotelian and Platonic philosophy in fifth-century Alexandria, on contemporaneous developments among Byzantine thinkers, and on the connections in Latin and Syriac traditions between translation (from Greek) and commentary. With its enormous breadth and the groundbreaking originality of its contributions, this volume is an indispensable resource not only for specialists, but also for all students and scholars interested in late-antique intellectual history, especially the practice of teaching and studying philosophy, the philosophical exegesis of the Bible, and the role of commentary in the post-Hellenistic world as far as the classical renaissance in Islam.
Malphono w-rabo d-malphone: Studies in Honor of Sebastian P. Brock (Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias) 751–77; reissued separately 2009. Watt (2015): J.W. Watt, 'The Syriac Aristotelian Tradition and the Syro-Arabic Baghdad Philosophers', in: D.
Author: John W. Watt
This volume presents a panorama of Syriac engagement with Aristotelian philosophy primarily situated in the 6th to the 9th centuries, but also ranging to the 13th. It offers a wide range of articles, opening with surveys on the most important philosophical writers of the period before providing detailed studies of two Syriac prolegomena to Aristotle’s Categories and examining the works of Hunayn, the most famous Arabic translator of the 9th century. Watt also examines the relationships between philosophy, rhetoric and political thought in the period, and explores the connection between earlier Syriac tradition and later Arabic philosophy in the thought of the 13th century Syriac polymath Bar Hebraeus. Collected together for the first time, these articles present an engaging and thorough history of Aristotelian philosophy during this period in the Near East, in Syriac and Arabic.
The life and letters of George, Bishop of the Arab Tribes', in Malphono w-Rabo d-Malphone: Studies in Honor of Sebastian P. Brock (ed.) G. Kiraz. Piscataway, NJ: 671– 716. Tardieu, M. (2002–2003) 'Vie et fables d' ́Esope, de l' ́Egypte ...
Author: Tim Whitmarsh
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Twenty essays by renowned scholars explore contact between Greece and the Ancient Near East through the medium of prose fiction.
'Transcribed Proper Names in Chinese Syriac Christian Documents' in Malphono w-Rabo d-Malphone: Studies in Honor of Sebastian P. Brock . Piscataway, N.J.: Georgias Press, 631–662. TANG, Li. 2002. A Study of the History ofNestorian ...
Author: Li Tang
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
Syriac Christianity spread along the Silk Road together with Aramaic culture and liturgy. Because of this, the staging posts of Christian merchants along the trade routes grew into missionary centers. Thus, the mission of the Church of the East stretched from Persia to Arabia and India, and from the Oxus River to the Chinese shores. This book contains a collection of studies on the Church of the East in its historical setting. It sheds new light on this subject from various perspectives and academic disciplines, providing fresh insights into the rich heritage of Syriac Christianity. (Series: orientalia - patristica - oecumenica - Vol. 5)
Malphono w-Rabo d-Malphone. Studies in honor of Sebastian P. Brock. Piscataway NJ, Gorgias Press. 631-662. TAKATA, TOKIO *É Ê 2010. 'Khumdan deduiyin i (On the phonetic equivalents of Khumdan)' in Zhu Fengyu ùÙÎ and Wang Juan ïÿ (eds.) ...
Author: Li Tang
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
This volume is a collection of papers highlighting recent researches on Syriac Christianity in China and Central Asia. The topics range from artifacts to texts and their historical contexts, covering the period from the 7th to the 18th century. As the studies on Syriac Christianity in China and Central advance, focus has shifted from a general historical survey and textual translation to a more micro and meticulous study of specific concepts and terms and particular names of persons and places.
In Wood 2013a:61– 81. Kiraz, G. 2008. Malphono w-Rabo d-Malphone: Studies in Honor of Sebastian P. Brock. Gorgias Eastern Christian Studies 3. Piscataway, NJ. Klein, W. 1990. “Der Autor der Joannis Orthodoxi Disputatio cum Manichaeo.
Author: Alberto Rigolio
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This book addresses a particular and little-known form of writing, the prose dialogue, during the Late Antique period, when Christian authors adopted and transformed the dialogue form to suit the new needs of religious debate. Connected to, but departing from, the dialogues of Classical Antiquity, these new forms staged encounters between Christians and pagans, Jews, Manichaeans, and "heretical" fellow Christians. At times fiction, at others records of, or scripts for, actual debates, the dialogues give us a glimpse of Late Antique rhetoric as it was practiced and tell us about the theological arguments underpinning religious differences. By offering the first comprehensive analysis of Christian dialogues in Greek and Syriac from the earliest examples to the end of the sixth century CE, the present volume shows that Christian authors saw the dialogue form as a suitable vehicle for argument and apologetic in the context of religious controversy and argues that dialogues were intended as effective tools of opinion formation in Late Antique society. Most Christian dialogues are little studied, and often in isolation, but they vividly evoke the religious debates of the time and they embody the cultural conventions and refinements that Late Antique men and women expected from such debates.
]‡–Y‡; an English translation of the relevant fragment in W. Witakowski, 'The Magi in Syriac Tradition', in G.A. Kiraz (ed.), Malphono w-Rabo d-Malphone: Studies in Honour of Sebastian P. Brock (Piscataway, NJ 2008), 809–843, esp. 822.
Author: Bas Ter Haar Romeny
Jacob of Edessa is considered the most learned Christian of the early days of Islam. Exactly 1300 years after his death in 708, fifteen articles written by prominent specialists sketch a fascinating picture of his life and times.
Les lettres du patriarche nestorien Timothée I: étude critique avec en appendice la lettre de Timothée I aux moines du couvent de Mār Mārōn. ... In: G. A. Kiraz, ed., Malphono w-Rabo d-Malphone: Studies in Honor of Sebastian P. Brock.
Author: Daniel King
This volume surveys the 'Syriac world', the culture that grew up among the Syriac-speaking communities from the second century CE and which continues to exist and flourish today, both in its original homeland of Syria and Mesopotamia, and in the worldwide diaspora of Syriac-speaking communities. The five sections examine the religion; the material, visual, and literary cultures; the history and social structures of this diverse community; and Syriac interactions with their neighbours ancient and modern. There are also detailed appendices detailing the patriarchs of the different Syriac denominations, and another appendix listing useful online resources for students. The Syriac World offers the first complete survey of Syriac culture and fills a significant gap in modern scholarship. This volume will be an invaluable resource to undergraduate and postgraduate students of Syriac and Middle Eastern culture from antiquity to the modern era.