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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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Dadisho Dara Democrites didactic divorce 
Dadisho of Ardashir Daud al-Muqammis demography Didascalia Diyana 
Dadisho Qatraya David demonology Dinah Diyarbakir 
Damascus David bar Paulos dendrites diocese Diyarbakir commentary 
Damian of Alexandria David of Barazne Denha the Logician Diocles dog 
Damyanos of Alqosh David of Dara Denho Makdisi-Elias Diodore of Tarsus Dorotheus 
Dan 3 David of Tella desert Diogenes Dorotheus of Monemvasia 
Dan 7:13 David the Blind Deuteronomy Dionysius bar Salibhi dragon 
Daniel David the Phoenician diacritics Dionysius of Alexandria dreams 
Daniel bar Maryam De Virginitate Diadochus of Photike Dionysius of Claudia dress 
Daniel ibn al-Khattab deacons dialogue poems Dionysius of Tel-Mahre Dt 15:9 
Daniel of Edessa death Diamerismos Dionysius the Thracian Dt 17 
Daniel of Galash Decalogue Diamper Dioscorides Dt 32:8 
Daniel of Harran dedication of church diaspora Dioscorus of Alexandria Dt 34:6 
Daniel of Mar Musa Deir al-Rum Diatessaron Dioscorus of Gazarta dualism 
Daniel of Mardin Deir al-Surian Dibsi Faraj diptychs Dura Europos 
Daniel of Salah Deir Dehes dictionaries discipleship durekta 
Daniel of Sketis Demetrianus of Antioch Didache divination Dutch
Daniel the Stylite 
Anthony, Sean W., ''Who was the Shepherd of Damascus? The Enigma of Jewish and Messianist Responses to the Islamic Conquests in MarwānidSyria and Mesopotomia'', Pages 21-59 in The Lineaments of Islam: Studies in Honor of Fred McGraw Donner. Edited by Cobb, Paul M.. Islamic History and Civilization 95. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2012.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, VIII CE, Chronicle of Zuqnin, Jews, apocalypticism, Damascus, historiography, Jacobite.
Bakhit, Muhammad Adnan, ''The Christian Population of the Province of Damascus in the Sixteenth Century'', Pages 19-66 in Christians and Jews in the Ottoman Empire: The Functioning of a Plural Society. Vol. 2: The Arabic-Speaking Lands. Edited by Braude, Benjamín and Lewis, Bernard. New York: Holmes & Meier, 1982.
Keywords: XVI CE, VII-XVIII CE, Damascus, cities, demography.
Bandt, Cordula and Rattmann, Arnd, ''Die Damaskusreise Bruno Violets 1900/1901 zur Erforschung der Qubbet el-Chazne'', Codices Manuscripti 76-77 (2011): 1-20.
Keywords: manuscripts, Damascus.
Bek, Fauzi Mardam, ''Die christliche Minderheit in Syrien – Versuch einer Gegendarstellung über bisher verbreitete Ansichten über die christliche Minderheit in Syrien, die es seit der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts nicht mehr gäbe''. Ph.D. dissertation, Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität zu Bonn, 2003.
Keywords: XIX-XXI CE, XIX CE, Muslim-Christian relations, politics, nationalism, Lebanon, Damascus, Aleppo, Jacobites, Nestorians.
Brock, Sebastian P., ''A Neglected Witness to the East Syriac New Testament Commentary Tradition: Sinai, Arabic Ms 151'', Pages 205-215 in Studies on the Christian Arabic Heritage in Honour of Father Prof. Dr. Samir Khalil Samir S.I. at the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Edited by Ebied, Rifaat Y. and Teule, Herman G.B.. Eastern Christian Studies 5. Leuven / Paris / Dudley, MA: Peeters, 2004.
Keywords: IX CE, Bishr ibn al-Sirri, Damascus, Nestorian, New Testament, Paul, exegesis, Syriac influence, translations from Syriac, translations into Arabic.
Burns, Ross, Damascus: A History. London / New York: Routledge, 2005.
Keywords: Byzantine Syria, Damascus.
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.
Eger, Christof, ''Spätrömisch-byzantinischer Grabbrauch in Syrien'', Antike Welt 6 (2011): 70-76.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, Byzantine Syria, Damascus, archaeology, burial, tombs.
Fathi, Jean, ''Yūḥannā ibn al-Ġurayr, passeur de la tradition syriaque et arabe chrétienne au XVIIe siècle'', Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 68:1-2 (2016): 81-209.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XVII CE, Yuhanna ibn al-Gurayr, clergy, bishops, Damascus, translations from Syriac, translations into Arabic, poetry, apologetics, polemic, sacraments, Eucharist, Karshuni, education, schools, Barhebraeus, Daniel of Salah, Arab Christians, Jacobite.
Fiey, Jean-Maurice, ''Les insaisissables nestoriens de Damas'', Pages 167-180 in After Chalcedon: Studies in Theology and Church History Offered to Professor Albert Van Roey for His Seventieth Birthday. Edited by Laga, Carl and Munitiz, Joseph A. and van Rompay, Lucas. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 18. Leuven: Peeters, 1985.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Damascus, history, clergy, bishops, persecution, Nestorians.
Fiori, Emiliano, ''A Hitherto Unknown Medical Fragment in Syriac: Evidence of Recipes and Prescriptions from the Qubbet el-Ḫazne of the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus'', Aramaic Studies 15:2 (2017): 200-229.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Damascus, medicine, primary sources [Syriac] + English translation.
Guidetti, Mattia, ''The Contiguity between Churches and Mosques in Early Islamic Bilād al-Shām'', Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 76:2 (2013): 229-258.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, VII CE, VIII CE, Muslim-Christian relations, Syriac influence [Arabs], Islamization, churches, Damascus, Emesa, Aleppo, Amida.
Guidetti, Mattia, In the Shadow of the Church: The Building of Mosques in Early Medieval Syria. Arts and Archaeology of the Islamic World 8. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2017.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, VII CE, VIII CE, archaeology, churches, Muslim-Christian relations, Syriac influence [Arabs], Islamization, Damascus, Emesa, Aleppo, Amida, Hamah.
Hausherr, Irénée, ''Deux noms à ajouter à la liste éiscopale de Damas au neuvième siècle'', Orientalia Christiana Periodica 6 (1939): 525-526.
Keywords: IX CE, Damascus, clergy, bishops.
Hitzig, Ferdinand, ''Drei Städte in Syrien'', Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 8 (1854): 209-229.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, cities, Mabbug, Damascus, Palmyra.
Hoyland, Robert G., ''Late Roman Provincia Arabia, Monophysite Monks and Arab Tribes: A Problem of Centre and Periphery'', Semitica et Classica 2 (2009): 117-139.
Keywords: Arabia, VI CE, Syriac influence [Arabs], Arabs, Arab Christians, Ghassanids, monasticism, monasteries, mission, Damascus, Jacobite.
Humphreys, R. Stephen, From Saladin to the Mongols:The Ayyubids of Damascus, 1193-1260. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1977.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XII CE, XIII CE, Damascus.
Khalek, Nancy A., Damascus after the Muslim Conquest: Text and Image in Early Islam. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, VII CE, VIII CE, Muslim-Christian relations, Damascus, Arab conquest, holy places, John the Baptist.
Köbert, Raimund, ''Ein Gassanidenschloss namens al-baris im vorislamischen Damaskus?'', Orientalia 43 (1974): 165-170.
Keywords: Damascus, IV-VII CE, Arabs, Ghassanids.
Kościelniak, Krzysztof, ''The Churches of Damascus according to Ibn ‘Asākir (d. 1176). The Destruction of the Church of St. John the Baptist by Caliph Walīd I'', Rocznik Orientalistyczny 64:1 (2011): 133-139.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, VIII CE, Muslim-Christian relations, Damascus, churches, persecution, Islamization.
McGrath, Stamatina, ''Elias of Heliopolis: The Life of an Eighth-Century Syrian Saint'', Pages 85-107 in Byzantine Authors: Literary Activities and Preoccupations. Texts and Translations dedicated to the Memory of Nicolas Oikonomides. Edited by Nesbitt, John W.. The Medieval Mediterranean 49. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2003.
Keywords: VIII CE, Elias of Heliopolis, Damascus, martyrs, hagiography, martyrdom, Muslim-Christian relations, persecution, primary sources [Greek] - English translation.
Nasrallah, Joseph, ''Damas et la Damascène: leurs églises à l’époque byzantine'', Proche-Orient Chrétien 35 (1985): 37-58, 264-276.
Keywords: Byzantine Syria, Damascus, churches, Nestorian, Jacobites, Melkites.
Nasrallah, Joseph, ''De la cathédrale de Damas à la mosquée omayyade'', Pages 139-144 in La Syrie de Byzance a l’Islam, VIIe–VIIIe siècles. Actes du Colloque international, Lyon–Maison de l’Orient Méditerranéen, Paris – Institut du Monde Arabe, 11–15 Septembre 1990. Edited by Canivet, Pierre and Rey-Coquais, Jean-Paul. Publications de l’Institut français de Damas 137. Damascus: Institut Français de Damas, 1992.
Keywords: VIII CE, Damascus, Muslim-Christian relations, churches, Islamization.
Nöldeke, Theodor, ''Zur Topographie und Geschichte des Damascenischen Gebietes und der Haurângegend'', Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 29 (1875): 419-444.
Keywords: Damascus, Hawran, geography, topography, monasticism, monasteries, Jacobite.
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.
Peña, Ignacio, Lieux de pèlerinage en Syrie. SBF Collectio Minor 38. Jerusalem: Franciscan Printing Press, 2000.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, IV CE, V CE, VI CE, Byzantine Syria, archaeology, pilgrimage, liturgics, Holy Places, saints, relics, reliquary, churches, stylites, Damascus, Qalat Siman, Simeon the Stylite.
Pouzet, Louis, ''Les couvents de Damas au Moyen-Âge. Essai de localisation et réflexions'', Pages 139-152 in Mémorial Monseigneur Joseph Nasrallah. Edited by Canivet, Pierre and Rey-Coquais, Jean-Paul. Publications de l’Institut français de Damas 221. Damascus: Institut français du Proche-Orient, 2006.
Keywords: Damascus, monasticism, monasteries.
Rajji, Michel, ''Jean al-Chami al-Zorbabi ibn al-Ghoraîr, évêque syrien de Damas (XVIIe s.), traducteur-copiste'', Pages 223-244 in Mélanges Eugène Tisserant. Vol. 3: Orient chrétien (Deuxière partie). Studi e Testi 233. Città del Vaticano: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1964.
Keywords: XVII CE, Damascus, Old Testament, exegesis, Psalms, commentary, Daniel of Salah, translations from Syriac, translations into Arabic, Syriac influence [Arabs], Arab Christians.
Reinach, Théodore, ''Une inscription métrique de Damas'', Syria 7 (1926): 209-210.
Keywords: Damascus, archaeology, epigraphics, inscriptions [Greek].
Sachau, Eduard, ''Studie zur syrischen Kirchenlitteratur der Damascene'', Sitzungsberichte der Königlich preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin (1899): 502-528.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Damascus, liturgics, hymnography, Octoechos, translations from Greek, translations into Syriac, Melkite, primary sources [Syriac].
Scheiner, Jens J., Die Eroberung von Damaskus. Quellenkritische Untersuchung zur Historiographie in klassisch-islamischer Zeit. Islamic History and Civilization 76. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2010.
Keywords: VII CE, Damascus, Arab conquest, Muslim-Christian relations.
Todt, Klaus-Peter, ''Griechisch-Orthodoxe (melkitische) Christen im zentralen und südlichen Syrien. Die Periode von der arabischen Eroberung bis zur Verlegung der Patriarchenresidenz nach Damaskus (635-1365)'', Le Muséon 119:1-2 (2006): 33-88.
Keywords: Antioch, Damascus, Melkites, VII CE, XIV CE, Crusaders, patriarchate.
Vosté, Jacques Marie, ''Clément-Joseph David, archevêque syrien de Damas (23 mai 1829 – 4 août 1890)'', Orientalia Christiana Periodica 14:3-4 (1948): 219-302.
Keywords: XIX CE, Damascus, Mosul, Chaldeans, bishops, Western mission, Roman Catholic, Maronites.
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