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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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Aaron Acts of Peter and Paul Alqosh Androna apostolic succession 
Aaron of Sarug Acts of Philip al-Rahib Andronicus Aqaq 
Abba Arsenius Acts of Pilate altar angelology Aquila 
Abba Isaiah Acts of Thaddaeus al-Yaqubi angels Arab Christians 
Abba Macarius Acts of Thecla Ambrose Anglicans Arab conquest 
Abbasides Acts of Thomas America animals Arabia 
Abbasids Adam Amida Anne of Telkepe Arabic influence 
Abd al-Jabbar Addai Ammar al-Basri Annianus Arabic language 
Abd al-Masih of Singar Adelphius of Edessa Ammonas Annunciation Arabs 
Abdallah Qaraali Adiabene Ammonius anointing Arbela 
Abdisho bar Bahriz adjectives Ammonius of Alexandria anonymous archaeology 
Abdisho Hazzaya administration Amos Anthimus of Constantinople architecture 
Abdisho ibn al-Arid adversus Judaeos Amphilochius of Iconium anthology Arethas 
Abdisho of Elam Aesop Amr ibn Matai anthropology Arethas of Caesarea 
Abdisho of Gazarta Aetius of Antioch amulets anti-Armenian Arianism 
Abdisho of Hirta Afif Ibn Muammal Ananisho anti-Chalcedonian Aristides 
Abdisho of Nisibis afterlife Anaphora of Athanasius Antichrist Aristotle 
Abdisho of Sareba Agapios of Hierapolis Anaphora of Basil the Great anti-Christian ark 
Abel Agathangelos Anaphora of Caelestin anti-Hellenism Armenia 
Abercius Agnoetes Anaphora of Cyril of Jerusalem anti-Jacobite Armenian literature 
Abgar agriculture Anaphora of Dionysius the Areopagite anti-Judaism army 
Abraham Ahadabuhi Anaphora of Dioscoros of Alexandria anti-Manichaean art 
Abraham bar Dashandad Ahikar Anaphora of Gregory John anti-Marcionite Artemidore of Ephesus 
Abraham bar Lipheh Ahob of Qatar Anaphora of Gregory Nazianzen anti-Melkite artistic prose 
Abraham Ecchellensis Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit Anaphora of Hippolytus anti-Nestorian Arzanene 
Abraham III Abraza Aithallah Anaphora of Jacob Baradaeus Antioch Asaph 
Abraham Malpan Akkadian Anaphora of Jacob of Edessa Antiochene school Ascension 
Abraham Nura al-Arfadi Anaphora of Jacob of Sarug Antipater of Bostra asceticism 
Abraham of Behqawad al-Baghdadi Anaphora of James antiphons Asclepiades 
Abraham of Bet Hale Al-Basri Anaphora of John Chrysostom Antony of Tagrit Ashitha 
Abraham of Bet Rabban al-Biruni Anaphora of John Maron Antony Ruwah Asia Minor 
Abraham of Bet Selok alchemy Anaphora of John of Antioch Antony the Great Assemani 
Abraham of High Mountain Aleppo Anaphora of John of Bostra Antyllus Assumption 
Abraham of Kashkar Alexander Akoimetos Anaphora of John of Qartmin Apamea Assyrians 
Abraham of Natpar Alexander of Alexandria Anaphora of John Saba Apamene astrology 
Abraham of Nisibis Alexander of Aphrodisias Anaphora of Julius the Pope Aphnimaran astronomy 
Abraham of Qidun Alexander of Mabbug Anaphora of Mar Xystus Aphrahat Aswana 
Abraham Shekwana Alexander Romance Anaphora of Nestorius Apocalypse Ataia bar Atheli 
Abraham the Confessor Alexander the Great Anaphora of Peter Apocalypse of Daniel Atargatis 
Abu al-Makarim Alexander the Indian Anaphora of Peter of Callinicum Apocalypse of Ezra Athanasius Abu Ghalib 
Abu Bakr al-Baqillani Alexandria Anaphora of Philoxenus Apocalypse of Paul Athanasius I Gamala 
Abu Bishr Matta al-Farabi Anaphora of Pilate Apocalypse of Peter Athanasius II of Baladh 
Abu Raita al-Ghazali Anaphora of Qyriaqos of Antioch Apocalypse of Pseudo-Ephrem Athanasius of Alexandria 
Acacius al-Harith b. Sinan Anaphora of Severus of Antioch Apocalypse of Pseudo-Methodius Athanasius of Nisibis 
Achaemenids al-Hasan ibn Ayyub Anaphora of the Apostles Apocalypse of the Virgin Athanasius of Perrha 
acrostic al-Huda Anaphora of the Twelve Apostles apocalypticism Athanasius Sandalaya 
Acts Ali at-Tabari Anaphora of Theodore apocatastasis at-Tabari 
Acts 17:18 Ali Ibn Athradi Anaphora of Thomas Apocryphal Psalms Atticus of Constantinople 
Acts 18:15 allegory Anaphora of Timothy of Alexandria Apollinarius of Laodicea Audians 
Acts 5 al-Makin Ibn al-Amid anaphoras Apollonius of Tyana authority 
Acts of Andrew al-Maturidi Anasartha apologetics authorship 
Acts of John al-Nadim Anastasius of Sinai Apophthegmata Patrum Avars 
Acts of Lazarus al-Nashi al-Akbar anathema apostasy Avesta 
Acts of Mar Mari Alopen anchorites apostles Awgen Manna 
Acts of Paul alphabet Ancient Near East Apostolic Church Order Azerbaijan 
Acts of Peter al-Qazwini Andrew of Samosata Apostolic Constitutions Aziz b. Sobto
Balty, Janine, La grande mosaïque de chasse du Triclinos (Apamée de Syrie). Fouilles d’Apamée de Syrie, Miscellanea 2. Bruxelles: Centre Belge de Recherches Archéologiques à Apamée de Syrie, 1969.
Keywords: Apamea, archaeology, art, mosaics, Roman Syria, Hellenism.
Balty, Janine and Balty, Jean Charles and Dewez, Michel, Belgian Archaeological Research on a Site in Syria: Apamea on the Orontes. Memo from Belgium 120. Brussels: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, 1970.
Keywords: Apamea, archaeology.
Balty, Janine and Balty, Jean Charles, Apamée: site et musée. Damascus: Ministère de la Culture, 1999.
Keywords: Apamea, archaeology.
Balty, Janine, ''Maurice, un saint d’Apamée: témoignages littéraires et archéologiques'', Pages 223-233 in Villes et campagnes aux rives de la Méditerranée ancienne. Hommage à Georges Tate. Edited by Charpentier, Gérard and Puech, Vincent. Topoï, Supplément 12. Lyon: Maison de l’Orient Méditerranéen / Paris: De Boccard, 2013.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, V CE, Byzantine Syria, Apamea, archaeology, churches, saints, martyrdom, St Maurice.
Balty, Jean Charles and Chéhadé, Kamel and van Rengen, Wilfried, Mosaïques de l’église de herbet Muqa. Fouilles d’Apamée de Syrie, Miscellanea 4. Bruxelles: Centre Belge de Recherches Archéologiques à Apamée de Syrie, 1969.
Keywords: Apamea, archaeology, churches, art, mosaics.
Balty, Jean Charles, Guide d’Apamée. Bruxelles: Centre Belge de Recherches Archéologiques à Apamée de Syrie / Paris: De Boccard, 1981.
Keywords: Apamea.
Balty, Jean Charles, ''Apamea in Syria in the Second and Third Centuries A.D.'', Journal of Roman Studies 78 (1988): 91-104.
Keywords: Apamea, II CE, III CE, paganism, Neoplatonism, Greek culture, archaeology, Roman Empire, Roman Syria.
Balty, Jean Charles, ''Églises d’Apamée et d’Apamène'', Pages 199-221 in Villes et campagnes aux rives de la Méditerranée ancienne. Hommage à Georges Tate. Edited by Charpentier, Gérard and Puech, Vincent. Topoï, Supplément 12. Lyon: Maison de l’Orient Méditerranéen / Paris: De Boccard, 2013.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, Byzantine Syria, Apamene, Apamea, archaeology, churches.
Bingen, Jean, ''Apamée de Syrie, IGLS IV 1319 (392 après J.-C.)'', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 109 (1995): 194.
Keywords: Apamea, IV CE, epigraphics, inscriptions [Greek], Jews, synagogues.
Brenk, Beat, ''Die Umwandlung der Synagoge von Apamea in eine Kirche. Eine mentalitäts-geschichtliche Studie'', Pages 1-25 in Tesserae. Festschrift für Josef Engemann. Edited by Dassmann, Ernst and Thraede, Klaus. Jahrbuch für Antike und Christentum, Ergänzungsband 18. Münster, Westfalen: Aschendorff, 1991.
Keywords: V CE, Apamea, Jewish-Christian relations, polemic, anti-Judaism, synagogues, churches, Christianization.
Busine, Aude, ''From Stones to Myth: Temple Destruction and Civic Identity in the Late Antique Roman East'', Journal of Late Antiquity 6:2 (2013): 325-346.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, IV CE, Byzantine Syria, Apamea, paganism, clergy, bishops, violence, Theodoret of Cyrus.
Busine, Aude, ''Bishop Markellos and the Destruction of the Temple of Zeus at Apamea'', Studia Patristica 72 (2014): 219-232.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, IV CE, Byzantine Syria, Apamea, paganism.
Canivet, Pierre, ''Nikertai'', Archaeology 23 (1970): 318-321.
Keywords: Apamea, archaeology.
Canivet, Pierre, ''Un nouveau nom sur la liste épiscopale d’Apamée. L’archevêque Photius en 483'', Travaux et Mémoires 5 (1973): 243-258.
Keywords: V CE, Apamea, clergy, bishops.
Castellana, Pascal, ''La strada diretta tra Antiochia e Apamea'', Studia Orientalia Christiana, Collectanea 34 (2001): 149-169.
Keywords: topography, geography, Antioch, Apamea, roads.
Chabot, Jean Baptiste, ed. La légende de Mar Bassus, martyr persan, suivie de l’histoire de la fondation de son couvent à Apamée, d’après un manuscrit de la Bibliothèque Nationale. Paris: Ernest Leroux, 1893.
Keywords: hagiography, martyrs, Persian martyrs, Mar Bassus, monastery of Mar Bassus, Apamea, primary sources [Syriac] + French translation.
Delehaye, Hippolyte, ''Saints et reliquaires d’Apamée'', Analecta Bollandiana 53:3-4 (1935): 225-244.
Keywords: Apamea, saints, relics, archaeology.
Dussaud, René, Topographie historique de la Syrie antique et médiévale. Bibliothèque archéologique et historique 4. Paris: Paul Geuthner, 1927.
Keywords: geography, topography, Apamea, Hamah, Lebanon, Damascus, Tripoli, Emesa.
Feissel, Denis, ''L’épigraphie des mosaïques d’églises en Syrie et au Liban. À propos de: P. Donceel-Voûte, Les pavements des églises byzantines de Syrie et du Liban. Décor, archéologie et liturgie'', Antiquité Tardive 2 (1994): 285-291.
Keywords: Lebanon, archaeology, epigraphics, inscriptions [Greek], mosaics, Apamea.
Foss, Clive, ''Syria in Transition, A.D. 550–750: An Archaeological Approach'', Dumbarton Oaks Papers 51 (1997): 189-269.
Keywords: VI CE, VII CE, VIII CE, Antioch, Apamea, Hamah, archaeology, Byzantine Syria, economics, churches.
Gessel, Wilhelm, ''Das Öl der Märtyrer. Zur Funktion und Interpretation der Ölsarkophage von Apamea in Syrien'', Oriens Christianus 72 (1988): 183-202.
Keywords: Apamea, martyrs, holy man, oil, relics, saints.
Griesheimer, Marc, ''L’occupation byzantine sur les marges orientales du territoire d’Apamée de Syrie (d’après les inscriptions de Taroutia emporôn et de Androna)'', Pages 137-141 in Conquête de la steppe et approriation des terres sur les marges arides du Croissant fertile. Edited by Geyer, Bernard. Travaux de la Maison de l’Orient 36. Lyon: Maison de l’Orient Méditerranéen, 2001.
Keywords: Byzantine Syria, Apamea, Androna, archaeology, epigraphics, inscriptions, demography, population.
Hanfmann, George M.A., ''Socrates and Christ'', Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 60 (1951): 205-233.
Keywords: Apamea, archaeology, art, mosaics, Socrates, Greek philosophy, Hellenism.
Jalabert, Louis and Mouterde, René and Mondésert, Claude, Inscriptions grecques et latines de la Syrie. Tome 4: Laodicée, Apamène. Bibliothèque archéologique et historique 61. Paris: Paul Geuthner, 1955.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, Byzantine Syria, Apamea, Apamene, archaeology, epigraphics, inscriptions [Greek], inscriptions [Latin].
Littmann, Enno, ''Zur Topographie der Antiochene und Apamene'', Zeitschrift für Semitistik 1:2 (1922): 163-195.
Keywords: Antioch, Apamea, topography, geography.
Meier, Mischa, ''Die Translatio des Christusbildes von Kamulianai und der Kreuzreliquie von Apameia nach Konstantinopel unter Justin II. Ein übersehenes Datierungsproblem'', Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum / Journal of Ancient Christianity 7:2 (2003): 237-250.
Keywords: VI CE, Apamea, relics, icons, Holy Cross, Justin II, Byzantine Syria, Syriac influence [Byzantine church].
Napoleone-Lemaire, Jacqueline and Balty, Jean Charles, L’église à atrium de la grande colonnade. Fouilles d’Apamée de Syrie, Miscellanea I:1. Bruxelles: Centre Belge de Recherches Archéologiques à Apamée de Syrie, 1969.
Keywords: Apamea, archaeology, churches.
Noy, David and Sorek, Susan, ''‘Peace and Mercy Upon All Your Blessed People’: Jews and Christians at Apamea in Late Antiquity'', Jewish Culture and History 6:2 (2003 [2005]): 11-24.
Keywords: IV CE, Apamea, Jewish-Christian relations.
Noy, David and Bloedhorn, Hanswulf, Inscriptiones Judaicae Orientis. Vol. 3: Syria and Cyprus. Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism 102. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2004.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, archaeology, inscriptions, Jews, epigraphics, inscriptions [Syriac], inscriptions [Greek], Palmyra, Palmyrene, Edessa, Phoenicia, Emesa, Apamea, Damascus, Antioch, Aleppo, Dura Europos, synagogues.
Noy, David, ''The Jews of Roman Syria: The Synagogues of Dura Europos and Apamea'', Pages 62-80 in Aspects of the Roman East: Papers in Honour of Professor Fergus Millar. Edited by Alston, Richard and Lieu, Samuel N.C.. Studia antiqua australiensia 3. Turnhout: Brepols, 2007.
Keywords: III CE, IV CE, Roman Syria, archaeology, Dura Europos, Apamea, Jews, synagogues.
Peña, Ignacio, ''Los monjes y la evangelización del mundo rural sirio'', Pages 343-349 in Early Christianity in Context: Monuments and Documents. Edited by Manns, Frédéric and Alliata, Eugenio. Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, Collectio Maior 38. Jerusalem: Franciscan Printing Press, 1993.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, Byzantine Syria, monasticism, Christianization, mission, countryside, Jebel Baricha, Apamea, Antioch, Chalcis.
Peppard, Michael, ''Mosaics from a Church in the Diocese of Apamea, Syria (463 CE)'', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 190 (2014): 168-172.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, V CE, Byzantine Syria, Apamea, archaeology, churches, art, mosaics.
Rey-Coquais, Jean-Paul, ''Inscriptions grecques d’Apamée'', Annales archéologiques arabes syriennes 23 (1973): 39-84.
Keywords: Apamea, archaeology, inscriptions [Greek].
Richard, Jean, ''Note sur l’archidiocèse d’Apamée et les conquêtes de Raymond de Saint-Gilles en Syrie du Nord'', Syria 25 (1946-1948): 103-108.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XII CE, Crusaders, Apamea.
Roth-Gerson, Leah, The Jews of Syria as Reflected in the Greek Inscriptions. Jerusalem: Zalman Shazar Center, 2001.
Keywords: Roman Syria, Jews, inscriptions, archaeology, Hellenism, Byzantine Syria, synagogues, Apamea, Antioch, Dura Europos, burial, epitaph.
Schneider, Gerwulf and Vokaer, Agnès and Bartl, Karin and Daszkiewicz, Malgorzata, ''Some New Results of Archaeometric Analysis of Brittle Wares'', Pages 715-730 in LRCW 2. Late Roman Coarse Wares, Cooking Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean: Archaeology and Archaeometry. Edited by Bonifay, Michel and Tréglia, Jean-Christopje. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2007.
Keywords: Byzantine Syria, Beirut, Aleppo, Apamea, Palmyra, archaeology, material culture, pottery, economics.
Schönburg, Christian, ''“He Has Saved Us Without Wall, and Taught Us That He Is Our Wall”: Eastern Roman Cities Under Divine Protection'', Pages 147-170 in The Ancient War’s Impact on the Home Front. Edited by Cecchet, Lucia and Degelmann, Christopher and Patzelt, Maik. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, Byzantine Syria, Edessa, Apamea, cities, frontier, war, saints, relics, Jacob of Nisibis, Letter of Abgar, Holy Cross.
Smith, Martin Ferguson, ''An Epicurean Priest from Apamea in Syria'', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 112 (1996): 120-130.
Keywords: III CE, Apamea, paganism, Greek philosophy, Epicureanism, inscriptions [Greek].
Sukenik, Eleazar Lipa, ''The Mosaic Inscriptions in the Synagogue at Apamea on the Orontes'', Hebrew Union College Annual 23:2 (1950-1951): 541-551.
Keywords: Apamea, Jews, synagogues, archaeology, epigraphics, inscriptions [Greek], mosaics.
Todt, Klaus-Peter and Vest, Bernd Andreas, Syria (Syria Prōtē, Syria Deuteria, Syria Euphratēsia). Denkschriften der philosophisch-historischen Klasse 438, Tabula Imperii Byzantini 15.1-3. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2014.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, Byzantine Syria, geography, toponyms, cities, Antioch, Aleppo, Apamea, Chalcis, Mabbug, villages, churches, monasticism, monasteries, Jacobite, Maronite, Melkite.
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