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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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eagle Elijah al-Jawhari Enosh Erechthios of Antioch Eustathius of Tirhan 
earthquake Elijah bar Quzbaie Ephesians Esau Euthalius 
Easter Elijah I Ephesus eschatology Evagrius 
Eber Elijah II Ibn al-Muqli Ephraim Esther Eve 
Ebionites Elijah III Abu Halim Ephrem Estrangelo script evil 
Ecclesiastes Elijah III of Alqosh Ephrem [influence] ethics Ex 15:4 
ecclesiology Elijah of Anbar Ephrem of Antioch Ethiopia Ex 16 
ecology Elijah of Edessa Ephrem of Qirqephion ethnicity Ex 17 
economics Elijah of Harran Ephremiana ethnography Ex 21:2 
ecumenism Elijah of Merv Ephremiana [Arabic] ethnonyms Ex 25:10 
Edessa Elijah of Qartmin Ephremiana [Armenian] Eucharist Ex 3:5 
Edessan martyrs Elijah of Tirhan Ephremiana [Coptic] Euclides Ex 32:1-4 
Edessene Apocalypse Elisee the Interpreter Ephremiana [Georgian] eulogia Ex 33 
education Elisha Ephremiana [Greek] Eunomius Ex 34:33-35 
Egeria ellata Ephremiana [Latin] Euphemia and the Goth Ex 4:2-4 
Egypt Emesa Ephremiana [Slavonic] Euphrates exegesis 
Elam Emmanuel bar Shahhare Ephremiana [Syriac] Europe Exodus 
Elchasai Emmanuel of Bet Garmai epiclese Eusebius of Alexandria exorcism 
Elchasaites emotions Epicureanism Eusebius of Caesarea extreme unction 
elements emperor epigraphics Eusebius of Emesa eyes 
Elias of Heliopolis encomium Epiphanius Eusebius of Nicomedia Ezekiel 
Elias of Mosul encratism Epiphany Eusebius of Samosata Eznik of Kochb 
Elias of Nisibis English translation epistolography Eustathius of Antioch Ezra
Elijah Enoch epitaph 
Abramowski, Luise, ''Die nachephesinische Christologie der edessenischen Theodorianer'', Pages 1-9 in Edessa in hellenistisch-römischer Zeit: Religion, Kultur und Politik zwischen Ost und West. Beiträge des internationalen Edessa-Symposiums in Halle an der Saale, 14.-17. Juli 2005. Edited by Greisiger, Lutz and Rammelt, Claudia and Tubach, Jürgen. Beiruter Texte und Studien 116. Beirut: Orient-Institut / Würzburg: Ergon Verlag, 2009.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, V CE, Edessa, Christology, Narsai, Jacob of Sarug, Nestorian, Jacobite.
Adai, Jacob, ''Edessa and the Syriac Language'', The Harp 18 (2005): 331-336.
Keywords: Edessa, Syriac language.
Adler, William, ''Sextus Julius Africanus and the Roman Near East in the Third Century'', Journal of Theological Studies 55:2 (2004): 520-550.
Keywords: Edessa, Abgar, III CE, Julius Africanus.
Adler, William, ''Christians and the Public Archive'', Pages 917-937 in A Teacher for All Generations: Essays in Honor of James C. VanderKam. Edited by Mason, Eric F. and Thomas, Samuel Isaac and Schofield, Alison and Ulrich, Eugene. Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 153. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2012.
Keywords: I-III CE, IV-VII CE, Edessa, NT apocrypha, Teaching of Addai, Syriac influence [Byzantine church], Eusebius of Caesarea, Abgar.
Adler, William, ''The Kingdom of Edessa and the Creation of a Christian Aristocracy'', Pages 43-62, 277-282 in Jews, Christians, and the Roman Empire: The Poetics of Power in Late Antiquity. Edited by Dohrmann, Natalie B. and Reed, Annette Yoshiko. Jewish Culture and Contexts. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013.
Keywords: I-III CE, II CE, III CE, Edessa, Abgar, Christianization.
Adler, William, ''The Creation of Christian Elite Culture in Roman Syria and the Near East'', Pages 655-668 in The Oxford Handbook of the Second Sophistic. Edited by Richter, Daniel S. and Johnson, William A.. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
Keywords: I-III CE, III CE, Roman Syria, Edessa, Christianization, Greek culture, Hellenism.
Aggoula, Basile, ''Les inscriptions “édesséniennes” et la naissance de l’écriture et de la langue syriaque'', Pages 543-579 in Nos sources. Arts et littérature syriaques. Sources syriaques 1. Antélias: Centre d’Études et de Recherches Orientales, 2005.
Keywords: Edessa, Old Syriac inscriptions, epigraphics, Syriac language, Classical Syriac.
Aland, Barbara, ''Mani und Bardesanes – zur Entstehung des manichäischen Systems'', Pages 123-143 in Synkretismus im syrisch-persischen Kulturgebiet: Bericht über ein Symposion in Rheinhausen bei Göttingen in der Zeit vom 4. bis 8. Oktober 1971. Edited by Dietrich, Albert. Abhandlungen der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Göttingen, Philologisch-Historische Klasse III.96. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1975.
Keywords: I-III CE, III CE, Edessa, Bardesan, Mani, Manichaeism, syncretism, Gnosticism, heterodoxy, cosmogony, anthropology.
Allemand-Lavigerie, Charles Martial, Essai historique sur l’école chrétienne d’Édesse. Thèse présentée à la Faculté des lettres de Paris. Paris: Perisse frères, 1850.
Keywords: IV CE, V CE, Edessa, Ephrem, Hiba of Edessa, education, schools.
Amerise, Marilena, ''La scrittura e l’immagine nella cultura tardoantica: il caso dio Abgar di Edessa'', Orientalia Christiana Periodica 67:2 (2001): 437-445.
Keywords: NT apocrypha, Teaching of Addai, Edessa, Abgar.
Amouroux-Mourad, Monique, Le Comté d’Edesse 1098–1150. Bibliothèque archéologique et historique 128. Paris: Paul Geuthner, 1988.
Keywords: XI CE, XII CE, Edessa, Crusaders, history, politics, Muslim-Christian relations.
Andrade, Nathanael John, ''A Syriac Document and its Cultural Implications for Third-Century Roman Syria'', Pages 239-257 in Syriac Encounters: Papers from the Sixth North American Syriac Symposium, Duke University, 26-29 June 2011. Edited by Doerfler, Maria E. and Fiano, Emanuel and Smith, Kyle Richard. Eastern Christian Studies 20. Leuven: Peeters, 2015.
Keywords: I-III CE, III CE, Roman empire, Roman Syria, Edessa, identity, parchments.
Andrews, Tara L., Matt‘ēos Uṙhayec‘i and His Chronicle: History as Apocalypse in a Crossroads of Cultures. The Medieval Mediterranean 108. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2017.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XII CE, Matthew of Edessa, historiography, Edessa, Crusaders.
Arbel, Daphna V., ''Junction of Traditions in Edessa: Possible Interaction between Mesopotamian Mythological and Jewish Mystical Traditions in the First Centuries CE'', ARAM 12 (2000): 335-356.
Keywords: Mesopotamia, Edessa, syncretism, Ancient Near East, God, Jews.
Baarda, Tjitze, ''The Gospel Text in the Biography of Rabbula'', Vigiliae Christianae 14:2 (1960): 102-127.
Keywords: V CE, Rabbula, Edessa, New Testament, Gospels, Peshitta NT, quotations, hagiography.
Bailey, Lloyd R., ''The Cult of the Twins at Edessa'', Journal of the American Oriental Society 88:2 (1968): 342-344.
Keywords: Edessa, paganism, Acts of Thomas, Thomas.
Ball, Warwick, Rome in the East: The Transformation of an Empire. London / New York: Routledge, 2000.
Keywords: Roman Syria, I CE, II CE, III CE, Edessa, archaeology, Arabs.
Barnard, Leslie William, ''The Origins and Emergence of the Church in Edessa during the First Two Centuries A.D.'', Vigiliae Christianae 22:3 (1968): 161-175.
Keywords: I-III CE, II CE, III CE, Edessa, Roman Syria, Christianization, Tatian, Bardesan, Jewish background, Qumran.
Bauer, Walter, Rechtgläubigkeit und Ketzerei im ältesten Christentum. Beiträge zur historischen Theologie 10. Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1934.
Keywords: I-III CE, I-III CE, IV-VII CE, Edessa, heterodoxy, Gnosticism, Bardesan, Ephrem.
Bauer, Walter, Orthodoxy and Heresy in Earliest Christianity. Translated by Kraft, Robert A. and Krodel, Gerhard. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1971.
Keywords: I-III CE, I-III CE, IV-VII CE, Edessa, heterodoxy, Gnosticism, Bardesan, Ephrem.
Baum, Wilhelm, ''König Abgar bar Manu (ca. 177–212) und die Frage nach dem “christlichen” Staat Edessa'', Pages 99-116 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: Roman Syria, II CE, III CE, Abgar, kingship, Edessa, Christianization.
Baum, Wilhelm, ''Edessa in der Auseinandersetzung zwischen Byzanz und der syrischen Kirche (6.–12. Jahrhundert)'', Pages 11-30 in Edessa in hellenistisch-römischer Zeit: Religion, Kultur und Politik zwischen Ost und West. Beiträge des internationalen Edessa-Symposiums in Halle an der Saale, 14.-17. Juli 2005. Edited by Greisiger, Lutz and Rammelt, Claudia and Tubach, Jürgen. Beiruter Texte und Studien 116. Beirut: Orient-Institut / Würzburg: Ergon Verlag, 2009.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, Edessa, Byzantine Syria, Byzantine empire, politics, bishops, Jacobite.
Baumstark, Anton, ''Das Todesjahr der edessenischen Martyrer Guria und Shamona'', Pages 23-27 in Atti del IIo Congresso internazionale di archeologia cristiana tenuto in Roma nell’Aprile 1900. Roma: Libreria Spithöver, 1902.
Keywords: IV CE, Edessa, Edessan martyrs, Gurya-Habib-Shamuna, persecution, martyrdom, martyrs.
Baumstark, Anton, ''Vorjustinianische kirchliche Bauten in Edessa'', Oriens Christianus 4:1 (1904): 164-183.
Keywords: IV CE, V CE, Edessa, churches, building.
Baumstark, Anton, ''Das Alter der Peregrinatio Aetheriae'', Oriens Christianus NS 1 (1911): 32-76.
Keywords: IV CE, Egeria, pilgrimage, Edessa.
Beaumont, André Alden, ''Albert of Aachen and the County of Edessa'', Pages 101-138 in The Crusades, and Other Historical Essays: Presented to Dana C. Munro by His Former Students. Edited by Paetow, Louis John. New York: F.S. Crofts & Company, 1928.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XII CE, Edessa, Crusaders.
Becker, Adam Howard, Fear of God and the Beginning of Wisdom: The School of Nisibis and the Development of Scholastic Culture in Late Antique Mesopotamia. Divinations: Rereading Late Ancient Religion. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, V CE, VI CE, VII CE, Edessa, Nisibis, education, schools, monasticism, Theodore of Mopsuestia, Barhadbeshabba Arbaya, Greek philosophy, Aristotle, Evagrius, ellata, Nestorian.
Bellinger, Alfred R. and Welles, Charles B., ''A Third-Century Contract of Sale from Edessa in Osrhoene'', Yale Classical Studies 5 (1935): 95-154.
Keywords: Roman Syria, III CE, Edessa, Old Syriac inscriptions, parchments.
Bettiolo, Paolo, ''“E l’assemblea divina passò in Edessa”. Sulle origini e le prime fattezze del cristianesimo siriaco'', Pages 37-50 in Le ricchezze spirituali delle Chiese sire. Atti del 1o Incontro sull’Oriente Cristiano di tradizione siriaca, Milano, Bilblioteca Ambrosiana, 1 marzo 2002. Edited by Vergani, Emidio and Chialà, Sabino. Ecumenismo e dialogo. Milano: Centro Ambrosiano, 2003.
Keywords: I-III CE, II CE, Edessa, Teaching of Addai, general.
Bettiolo, Paolo, ''Scuole e ambienti intellettuali nelle chiese di Siria'', Pages 48-100 in Storia della filosofia nell’Islam medievale. Edited by D’Ancona, Costa Cristina. Torino: Einaudi, 2005.
Keywords: Edessa, Nisibis, education, schools, Greek philosophy, translations from Greek, translations into Syriac.
Black, Matthew, ''Rabbula of Edessa and the Peshitta'', Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 33 (1951): 203-210.
Keywords: Edessa, V CE, Rabbula, New Testament, Old Syriac Gospels, Peshitta NT, canon.
Blum, Georg Günter, Rabbula von Edessa. Der Christ, der Bischof, der Theologie. CSCO 300, Subs. 34. Louvain: Secrétariat du CorpusSCO, 1969.
Keywords: V CE, Edessa, Rabbula.
Bonet-Maury, G., ''La légende d’Abgar et de Thaddée et les missions chrétiennes à Édesse (108–180)'', Revue de l’histoire des religions 16 (1887): 269-283.
Keywords: I-III CE, II CE, Christianization, conversion, Edessa, Abgar, Addai.
Bremmer, Jan N., ''The Acts of Thomas: Place, Date and Women'', Pages 74-90 in The Apocryphal Acts of Thomas. Edited by Bremmer, Jan N.. Studies on Early Christian Apocrypha 6. Leuven: Peeters, 2001.
Keywords: I-III CE, III CE, Acts of Thomas, NT apocrypha, Edessa, women.
Brock, Sebastian P., ''Eusebius and Syriac Christianity'', Pages 212-234 in Eusebius, Christianity, and Judaism. Edited by Attridge, Harold W. and Hata, Gohei. Studia Post-Biblica 42. Leiden / New York / Köln: E.J. Brill, 1992.
Keywords: I-III CE, Edessa, Abgar, Eusebius of Caesarea, Syriac influence [Byzantine church], III CE, V CE, Teaching of Addai, Christianization, conversion, Edessan martyrs.
Brock, Sebastian P., ''A Monastic Anthology from Twelfth-Century Edessa'', Pages 221-231 in Symposium Syriacum VII: Uppsala University, Department of Asian and African Languages, 11–14 August 1996. Edited by Lavenant, René. Orientalia Christiana Analecta 256. Roma: Pontificio Istituto Orientale, 1998.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XII CE, florilegium, spirituality, mysticism, Edessa, monasticism, Greek Fathers, Evagrius, Abba Isaiah, Gregory of Cyprus, Babai of Nisibis, Abraham of Natpar, Apophthegmata Patrum, prayer, Jacobite.
Brock, Sebastian P., ''Transformations of the Edessa Portrait of Christ'', Journal of Assyrian Academic Studies 18:1 (2004): 46-56.
Keywords: Edessa, icons, Mandylion, Byzantine empire, relics, Teaching of Addai, art, NT apocrypha, Syriac influence.
Brock, Sebastian P., ''The Theological Schools of Antioch, Edessa and Nisibis'', Pages 143-160 in Christianity: A History in the Middle East. Edited by Badr, Habib and Abou el Rouss Slim, Suad and Abou Nohra, Joseph. Beirut: Middle East Council of Churches, 2005.
Keywords: education, schools, Edessa, Nisibis.
Brock, Sebastian P., ''Edessene Syriac Inscriptions in Late Antique Syria'', Pages 289-302 in From Hellenism to Islam: Cultural and Linguistic Change in the Roman Near East. Edited by Cotton, Hannah M. and Hoyland, Robert G. and Price, Jonathan J. and Wasserstein, David J.. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Keywords: Edessa, archaeology, epigraphics, inscriptions [Syriac].
Brock, Sebastian P., ''Manuscripts Copied in Edessa'', Pages 109-128 in Orientalia Christiana: Festschrift für Hubert Kaufhold zum 70. Geburtstag. Edited by Bruns, Peter and Luthe, Heinz Otto. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2013.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, manuscripts, scribes, colophons, books, Edessa, Jacobite.
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