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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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Caeciliana charity chronicles comparative council of Ephesus I (431) 
Cain cheirograph chronology computing council of Ephesus II (449) 
calendar chemistry churches concordance Council of Gangra 
calligraphy children Cilicia confession Council of Ishoyahb I (585-586) 
Callinicum chiliasm circumcision confirmation Council of Mar Isaac (410) 
Cana China cities Conon Council of Seleucia-Ctesiphon 
canon Christ Classical Syriac Conon of Tarsus councils 
canon law Christian Arabic Clement Constantia countryside 
Carolus Rali Dadichi Christian Palestinian Aramaic Clement of Ancyra Constantine covenant 
Cassiodorus Christianization clergy Constantine of Apamea creation 
castles Christianoi Codex Ambrosianus Constantine of Harran creed 
catechesis Christina Codex Bezae Constantine of Laodicea cross 
catena Christology codicology Constantinople crucifixion 
Catholic Epistles Christophore of Antioch coenobites conversion Crusaders 
Causa Causarum Chronicle of 1234 coins Copts curtain 
Cave of Treasures Chronicle of 724 Colloquy of Moses Cosmas Hagiopolites Cyprian of Carthage 
caves Chronicle of 775 Cologne Mani Codex Cosmas Indicopleustes Cyprian of Nisibis 
Celestine of Rome Chronicle of 813 colophons cosmogony Cyprus 
celibacy Chronicle of 819 Colossians cosmology Cyril of Alexandria 
Celsus Chronicle of 846 colours Council of 420 Cyril of Jerusalem 
Central Asia Chronicle of Arbela Commagene Council of 424 Cyrillona 
Ceylon Chronicle of Edessa commandments council of Antioch (340-341) Cyrus of Batnae 
Chalcedon Chronicle of Joshua the Stylite commemoration council of Constantinople Cyrus of Edessa 
Chalcis Chronicle of Khuzistan commentary Council of Constantinople I (381) Cyrus of Harran 
Chaldeans Chronicle of Seert Commentary on Diatessaron Council of Constantinople II (553) Cyrus the Greek
chalice Chronicle of Zuqnin 
Albert, Francis Xavier Edward, ''Study of Two Homilies on the Fast Composed by Mar Quiore of Edessa and Mar Posi''. Ph.D. dissertation, The Catholic University of America, 1906.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, Cyrus of Edessa, Pusai, homilies, fast, Nestorian, primary sources [Syriac] + English translation.
Baumstark, Anton, ''Die nestorianischen Schriften “de causis festorum”'', Oriens Christianus 1 (1901): 320-342.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, liturgics, feasts, ellata, Thomas of Edessa, Cyrus of Edessa, Nestorian.
Bruns, Peter, ''Aspekte der Eucharistielehre in den liturgischen Traktaten des Cyrus von Edessa (6.Jh.)'', Pages 33-54 in Zu Geschichte, Theologie, Liturgie und Gegenwartslage der syrischen Kirchen. Ausgewählte Vorträge des deutschen Syrologen-Symposiums vom 2.-4. Oktober 1998 in Hermannsburg. Edited by Tamcke, Martin and Heinz, Andreas. Studien zur orientalischen Kirchengeschichte 9. Münster / Hamburg / London: LIT, 2000.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, Cyrus of Edessa, liturgics, sacraments, Eucharist, Nestorian.
Hainthaler, Theresia, ''The Causes of the Feast, a Literary Genre of the East Syriac Church, in the 6th Century'', The Harp 23 (2008): 383-400.
Keywords: VI CE, Thomas of Edessa, Cyrus of Edessa, Isaiah the Doctor, Henana of Adiabene, liturgics, feasts, Nestorian.
Hainthaler, Theresia, ''Cyrus von Edessa und seine Erklärungen liturgischer Feste'', Pages 43-58 in Akten des 5. Symposiums zur Sprache, Geschichte, Theologie und Gegenwartslage der syrischen Kirchen (V. Deutsche Syrologentagung), Berlin 14.-15. Juli 2006. Edited by Voigt, Rainer M.. Semitica et Semitohamitica Berolinensia 9. Aachen: Shaker Verlag, 2010.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, Cyrus of Edessa, liturgics, feasts, Nestorians.
Kollamparampil, Antony George, From Symbol to Truth: A Syriac Understanding of the Paschal Mystery. Bibliotheca Ephemerides Liturgicae, Subsidia 110. Roma: Edizioni Liturgiche, 2000.
Keywords: I-III CE, IV-VII CE, IV CE, Easter, Passover, liturgics, sacraments, feasts, Eucharist, Trinity, Odes of Solomon, Acts of Thomas, Teaching of Addai, Didascalia, Aphrahat, Ephrem, Cyrillona, Narsai, Cyrus of Edessa, Nestorian.
Macomber, William F., ''The Theological Synthesis of Cyrus of Edessa, an East Syrian Theologian of the Mid-Sixth Century'', Orientalia Christiana Periodica 30 (1964): 5-38, 363-384.
Keywords: VI CE, Cyrus of Edessa, theology, Theodore of Mopsuestia, Nestorian.
Macomber, William F., ''The Liturgy of the Word according to the Commentators of the Chaldean Mass'', Pages 179-190 in The Word in the World: Essays in Honor of Frederick L. Moriarty, S.J.. Edited by Clifford, Richard J. and MacRae, George W.. Cambridge, Mass.: Weston College Press, 1973.
Keywords: VI CE, Cyrus of Edessa, liturgics, liturgy, Nestorian.
Macomber, William F., ed. Six Explanations of the Liturgical Feasts by Cyrus of Edessa, an East Syrian Theologian of the Mid Sixth Century. CSCO 355-356, Syr. 155-156. Louvain: Secrétariat du CorpusSCO, 1974.
Keywords: VI CE, Cyrus of Edessa, liturgics, feasts, fast, Lent, Easter, Passion, resurrection, Ascension, Pentecost, Nestorian, primary sources [Syriac] + English translation.
Macomber, William F., ''Cyrus of Edessa'', Journal of the Syriac Academy 1 (1975): 23-28.
Keywords: VI CE, IV-VII CE, Cyrus of Edessa, Nestorian.
Pasquet, Colette, ''Catéchèse et liturgie dans le monde syriaque'', Connaissance des Pères de l’Église 91 (2003): 68-77.
Keywords: liturgics, catechesis, Theodore of Mopsuestia, Cyrus of Edessa.
Pasquet, Colette, ''Le “Causa de Pentecoste” de Cyrus d’Edesse'', Connaissance des Pères de l’Église 138 (2015): 39-51.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, Cyrus of Edessa, liturgics, feasts, Pentecost, Nestorian.
Riad, Eva, Studies in the Syriac Preface. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Studia Semitica Upsaliensia 11. Uppsala / Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1988.
Keywords: V CE, VI CE, VII CE, VIII CE, IX CE, literature, poetics, preface, Chronicle of Joshua the Stylite, Chronicle of 775, Cyrus of Edessa, Henana of Adiabene, Theodore bar Koni, Job of Edessa, Ishoyahb III of Adiabene.
van Esbroeck, Michel, ''Peter the Fuller and Cyrus of Edessa'', ARAM 12 (2000): 467-474.
Keywords: Antioch, Edessa, V CE, Cyrus of Edessa, Peter the Fuller, liturgics, feasts.
Vööbus, Arthur, History of the School of Nisibis. CSCO 266, Subs. 26. Louvain: Secrétariat du CorpusSCO, 1965.
Keywords: V CE, VI CE, VII CE, Nisibis, Edessa, education, schools, learning, Narsai, Barsauma of Nisibis, Abraham of Bet Rabban, John of Bet Rabban, Mar Aba I, Paul of Nisibis, Thomas of Edessa, Cyrus of Edessa, Ramisho the Interpreter, Henana of Adiabene, Ishoyahb I of Arzon, Ishoyahb III of Adiabene, Elijah bar Quzbaie, Hiba of Edessa, Babai the Great, Barhadbeshabba Arbaya, Isaiah of Tahal, Meskena de-Bet Arbaie, Michael Malpana, Abraham of Behqawad, Natniel of Sirzor, Ishoyahb II of Gdala, Surin, exegesis, theology, Nestorian, Nestorian.
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