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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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Aaron Acts of Peter Alqosh Andronicus Aqaq 
Aaron of Sarug Acts of Peter and Paul al-Rahib angelology Aquila 
Abba Arsenius Acts of Philip altar angels Arab Christians 
Abba Isaiah Acts of Pilate al-Yaqubi Anglicans Arab conquest 
Abba Macarius Acts of Thaddaeus Ambrose animals Arabia 
Abbasides Acts of Thecla America Ankawa Arabic influence 
Abbasids Acts of Thomas Amida Anne of Telkepe Arabic language 
Abd al-Jabbar Adam Ammar al-Basri Annianus Arabic literature 
Abd al-Masih of Singar Addai Ammonas Annunciation Arabs 
Abdallah Qaraali Adelphius of Edessa Ammonius anointing Arbela 
Abdisho bar Bahriz Adiabene Ammonius of Alexandria anonymous archaeology 
Abdisho Hazzaya adjectives Amos Anthimus of Constantinople architecture 
Abdisho ibn al-Arid administration Amphilochius of Iconium anthology Arethas 
Abdisho of Elam adversus Judaeos Amr ibn Matai anthropology Arethas of Caesarea 
Abdisho of Gazarta Aesop amulets anti-Armenian Arianism 
Abdisho of Hirta Aetius of Antioch Ananisho anti-Chalcedonian Aristides 
Abdisho of Nisibis Afif Ibn Muammal Anaphora of Athanasius Antichrist Aristotle 
Abdisho of Sareba afterlife Anaphora of Basil the Great anti-Christian ark 
Abel Agapios of Hierapolis Anaphora of Caelestin anti-Hellenism Armenia 
Abercius Agathangelos Anaphora of Cyril of Jerusalem anti-Jacobite Armenian literature 
Abgar Agnoetes Anaphora of Dionysius the Areopagite anti-Judaism army 
Abraham agriculture Anaphora of Dioscoros of Alexandria anti-Manichaean art 
Abraham bar Dashandad Ahadabuhi Anaphora of Gregory John anti-Marcionite Artemidore of Ephesus 
Abraham bar Lipheh Ahikar Anaphora of Gregory Nazianzen anti-Melkite artistic prose 
Abraham Ecchellensis Ahob of Qatar Anaphora of Hippolytus anti-Nestorian Arzanene 
Abraham III Abraza Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit Anaphora of Jacob Baradaeus Antioch Asaph 
Abraham Malpan Aithallah Anaphora of Jacob of Edessa Antiochene school Ascension 
Abraham Nura Akkadian Anaphora of Jacob of Sarug Antipater of Bostra asceticism 
Abraham of Angamaly al-Arfadi Anaphora of James antiphons Asclepiades 
Abraham of Behqawad al-Baghdadi Anaphora of John Chrysostom Antony of Tagrit Ashitha 
Abraham of Bet Hale Al-Basri Anaphora of John Maron Antony Ruwah Asia Minor 
Abraham of Bet Rabban al-Biruni Anaphora of John of Antioch Antony the Great Assemani 
Abraham of Bet Selok alchemy Anaphora of John of Bostra Antyllus Assumption 
Abraham of High Mountain Aleppo Anaphora of John of Qartmin Apamea Assyrians 
Abraham of Kashkar Alexander Akoimetos Anaphora of John Saba Apamene astrology 
Abraham of Natpar Alexander of Alexandria Anaphora of Julius the Pope Aphnimaran astronomy 
Abraham of Nisibis Alexander of Aphrodisias Anaphora of Mar Xystus Aphrahat Aswana 
Abraham of Qidun Alexander of Mabbug Anaphora of Nestorius Apocalypse Ataia bar Atheli 
Abraham Shekwana Alexander Romance Anaphora of Peter Apocalypse of Daniel Atargatis 
Abraham the Confessor Alexander the Great Anaphora of Peter of Callinicum Apocalypse of Ezra Athanasius Abu Ghalib 
Abu al-Makarim Alexander the Indian Anaphora of Philoxenus Apocalypse of Paul Athanasius I Gamala 
Abu Bakr al-Baqillani Alexandria Anaphora of Pilate Apocalypse of Peter Athanasius II of Baladh 
Abu Bishr Matta al-Farabi Anaphora of Qyriaqos of Antioch Apocalypse of Pseudo-Ephrem Athanasius of Alexandria 
Abu Raita al-Ghazali Anaphora of Severus of Antioch Apocalypse of Pseudo-Methodius Athanasius of Nisibis 
Abu Sahl al-Masihi al-Harith b. Sinan Anaphora of the Apostles Apocalypse of the Virgin Athanasius of Perrha 
Acacius al-Hasan ibn Ayyub Anaphora of the Twelve Apostles apocalypticism Athanasius Sandalaya 
Achaemenids al-Huda Anaphora of Theodore apocatastasis at-Tabari 
acrostic Ali at-Tabari Anaphora of Thomas Apocryphal Psalms Atticus of Constantinople 
Acts Ali Ibn Athradi Anaphora of Timothy of Alexandria Apollinarius of Laodicea Audians 
Acts 17:18 allegory anaphoras Apollonius of Tyana authority 
Acts 18:15 Al-Makin Ibn al-Amid Anasartha apologetics authorship 
Acts 5 al-Maturidi Anastasius of Sinai Apophthegmata Patrum Avars 
Acts of Andrew al-Nadim anathema apostasy Avesta 
Acts of John al-Nashi al-Akbar anchorites apostles Awgen Manna 
Acts of Lazarus Alopen Ancient Near East Apostolic Church Order Azerbaijan 
Acts of Mar Mari alphabet Andrew of Samosata Apostolic Constitutions Aziz b. Sobto
Acts of Paul al-Qazwini Androna apostolic succession 
Benfey, Thomas Blair, ''A Greek Source for the Treatise on the Composition of Man Attributed to Aḥūdemmeh Anṭīpaṭrōs?'', Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 22:1 (2019): 3-37.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, anthropology, Greek philosophy, Hippocrates.
Büttner, Winfried, “Gottheit in uns”: Die monastische und psychologische Grundlegung der Mystik nach einer überlieferten Textkollektion aus dem Werk des Šem‘on d-Ṭaibuṯeh. Eichstätter Beiträge zum Christlichen Orient 5. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2017.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, VII CE, Simeon of Taibutheh, monasticism, mysticism, asceticism, spirituality, anthropology, heart, soul, psychology, medicine, Messalianism, Pseudo-Macarius, Evagrius, Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, Nestorian, primary sources [Syriac] - German translation.
Chabot, Jean Baptiste, ''Notice sur deux manuscrits contenant les œuvres du moine Isaac de Rabban Isho et du métropolitain Ahoudemmeh'', Notices et extraits des manuscrits de la Bibliothèque Nationale et autres bibliothèques 43 (1965): 43-76.
Keywords: VI CE, Isaac of Rabban Isho, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, anthropology, Nestorian, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + Latin translation.
Fiey, Jean-Maurice, ''Identification of Qasr Serej'', Sumer 14 (1958): 125-127.
Keywords: archaeology, churches, Qasr Serij, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, St Sergius, Jacobite.
Fiey, Jean-Maurice, ''Aḥoudemmeh. Notule de littérature syriaque'', Le Muséon 81 (1968): 155-159.
Keywords: Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit.
Fowden, Elizabeth Key, The Barbarian Plain: Saint Sergius between Rome and Iran. The Transformation of Classical Heritage 28. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, IV CE, V CE, VI CE, St Sergius, saints, churches, Rusafa, hagiography, martyrs, martyrdom, frontier, politics, Arabs, Ghassanids, nomads, mission, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, Sassanians, Byzantine empire, Justinian, archaeology, Khusrau II, Maipherqat, Hawran, Muslim-Christian relations, Jacobite.
Francisco, Héctor Ricardo, ''Hagiografía, exégesis y la construcción de una identidad eclesiástica en el oriente cristiano'', Bulletin du centre d’études médiévales d’Auxerre 2 (2008): 1-14.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, VI CE, VII CE, hagiography, identity, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, Marutha of Tagrit, Jacobite.
Furlani, Giuseppe, ''‘Enânîšô‘, Aḫûdhemmêh e il Libro delle definizioni di Michele l’Interprete'', Rendiconti della Reale Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei. Classe di scienze morali, storiche e filologiche V, 31 (1922): 143-148.
Keywords: VII CE, VIII CE, Michael Badoqa, Ananisho, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, Jacobite.
Furlani, Giuseppe, ''La psicologia di Aḫûdhemmêh'', Atti della Reale Accademia delle Scienze di Torino: Classe di Scienze Morali, Storiche e Filologiche 61 (1926): 807-845.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, anthropology, psychology, soul, will, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] - Italian translation.
Gignoux, Philippe, ''Anatomie et physiologie humaine chez un auteur syriaque, Ahūhdemmeh'', Comptes-rendus des séances de l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, Paris 142:1 (1998): 231-240.
Keywords: VI CE, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, George Warda, science, medicine, anthropology.
Hainthaler, Theresia, Christliche Araber vor dem Islam. Verbreitung und konfessionelle Zugehörigkeit: eine Hinführung. Eastern Christian Studies 7. Leuven / Paris / Dudley, MA: Peeters, 2007.
Keywords: V CE, VI CE, Syriac influence [Arabs], Arab Christians, nomads, Arabs, mission, Christianization, Ghassanids, Lakhmids, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, Phantasiasm, Hira, Jacobite, Nestorian.
Hugonnard-Roche, Henri, ''La question de l’âme dans la tradition philosophique syriaque (VIe-IXe siècle)'', Studia graeco-arabica 4 (2014): 17-64.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, VI CE, VII CE, IX CE, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, Jacob of Edessa, John of Dara, Moses bar Kepha, philosophy, anthropology, soul, Greek philosophy, translations from Greek, translations into Syriac, Jacobite.
Maksymiuk, Katarzyna, ''“Apostoł” Arabów – Ahudemmeh. Kilka uwag na temat sporów doktrynalnych i wiarygodności przekazów źródłowych'', Scripta Biblica et Orientalia 4 (2012): 185-197.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, mission, Arabs, Jacobite.
Nau, François, ed. Histoires d’Ahoudemmeh et de Marouta, métropolitains jacobites de Tagrit et de l’Orient (VIe et VIIe siècles), suivies du traité d’Ahoudemmeh sur l’homme. Patrologia Orientalis 3.1 [11]. Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1905.
Keywords: VI CE, VII CE, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, Marutha of Tagrit, Tagrit, biography, anthropology, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + French translation.
Pietruschka, Ute, ''Der Mönch mit der Öllampe: Zu einem Motiv in der vorislamischen Poesie'', Pages 303-306 in Der christliche Orient und seine Umwelt. Gesammelte Studien zu Ehren Jürgen Tubachs anläßlich seines 60. Geburtstages. Edited by Vashalomidze, G. Sophia and Greisiger, Lutz. Studies in Oriental Religions 56. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2007.
Keywords: Syriac influence [Arabs], VI CE, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, monasticism, light, Jacobite.
Reinink, Gerrit J., ''Man as Microcosm: A Syriac Didactic Poem and its Prose Background'', Pages 123 - 152 in Calliope’s Classroom: Studies in Didactic Poetry from Antiquity to the Renaissance. Edited by Harder, Annette and MacDonald, Alasdair A. and Reinink, Gerrit J.. Leuven: Peeters, 2007.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, George Warda, poetry, hymnography, anthropology, microcosm, didactic, Michael Badoqa, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, Nestorian.
Saint-Laurent, Jeanne-Nicole, Missionary Stories and the Formation of the Syriac Churches. Transformation of the Classical Heritage 55. Oakland, California: University of California Press, 2015.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, V CE, VI CE, orthodoxy, mission, apostles, hagiography, NT apocrypha, Acts of Thomas, Teaching of Addai, Acts of Mar Mari, John of Ephesus, Simeon of Beth Arsham, Jacob Baradaeus, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, Arabs, Nestorian, Jacobite.
Saint-Laurent, Jeanne-Nicole Madeleine, ''Apostolic Memories: Religious Differentiation and the Construction of Orthodoxy in Syriac Missionary Literature''. Ph.D. dissertation, Brown University, 2009.
Keywords: V CE, VI CE, orthodoxy, mission, apostles, hagiography, NT apocrypha, Acts of Thomas, Teaching of Addai, Acts of Mar Mari, John of Ephesus, Simeon of Beth Arsham, Jacob Baradaeus, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, Nestorian, Jacobite.
Scher, Addai, ''Étude supplémentaire sur les écrivains syriens orientaux'', Revue de l’Orient chrétien II, 1:1 [11] (1906): 1-33.
Keywords: Cyrillona, Elisee the Interpreter, Mana of Rewardeshir, Theophilus the Persian, Mar Aba II of Kashkar, Ramisho the Interpreter, Issai the Interpreter, Abraham bar Lipheh, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, Natniel of Sirzor, Bar Idta, Barhadbeshabba Arbaya, Michael Badoqa, Gabriel Qatraya, Babai of Nisibis, Barsauma of Carkha, Mikha Gramkaya, Sourin the Interpreter, John bar Penkaye, John of Nineveh, Dadisho Qatraya, Pusai, Theodore bar Koni, Abdisho of Hirta, Sabrisho bar Paulos, Ishoyahb bar Mqadam, Sliba de Mansourya, Isaac of Schbedna, Ataia bar Atheli, Nestorian.
Vööbus, Arthur, History of Asceticism in the Syrian Orient: A Contribution to the History of Culture in the Near East. CSCO 184, 197, 500, Subs. 14, 17, 81. Louvain: Secrétariat du CorpusSCO, 1958, 1960, 1988.
Keywords: monasticism, asceticism, Manichaeism, I-III CE, Iran, Tatian, II CE, Marcion, Valentinianism, Gnosticism, III CE, Odes of Solomon, Pseudo-Clementines, Acts of Thomas, virginity, ecclesiology, covenant, IV CE, Aphrahat, Liber Graduum, Shahpuhr II, V CE, monasteries, martyrs, mission, Julian Saba, Abraham of Qidun, Ephrem, Edessa, Nisibis, V CE, Alexander Akoimetos, Barsauma of Nisibis, Simeon the Stylite, John of Apamea, VI CE, Stephen bar Sudaile, Isaac of Antioch, Jacob of Sarug, Philoxenus of Mabbug, Osrhoene, virginity, poverty, fast, sleep, dress, prayer, body, society, libraries, schools, learning, education, Muslim-Christian relations, Syriac influence [Arabs], Syriac influence [Ethiopia], Najran, Athanasius Abu Ghalib, canon law, monastery of Mar Hanina, monastery of Mar Abai, monastery of Mar Mattay, monastery of Mar Zakkay, Jacob of Edessa, Simeon of Beth Arsham, Marutha of Tagrit, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, VII CE, Evagrius, Pseudo-Macarius.
Yousif, Pierre, ed. La vision de l’homme chez deux philosophes syriaques: Bardesane (154–222), Ahoudemmeh (VIème siècle). Peuples et cultures de l’Orient. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2007.
Keywords: I-III CE, III CE, Bardesan, VI CE, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, anthropology, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] - French translation.
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