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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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Habbakuk Helene heterodoxy holy man humility 
Habib Heliodorus heterography holy places humour 
Haggai Heliopolis Hexaemeron Holy Sepulchre Hunayn ibn Ishaq 
hagiography hell Hiba of Edessa Holy Spirit Huns 
Hah Hellenism Hierapolis Homer Hussaya 
Hakkari Hellenistic Syria Hierotheos homilies Huzaya 
Hakkim of Bet Qasha Henana of Adiabene Hijra Homily on Alexander Hymn of the Pearl 
halakha Henanisho bar Saroshway Hindiyya Anne Ajaymi Homs hymnography 
Hamah Henanisho I Hinduism honour Hymns against Heresies 
Harith bar Sisin Henanisho II Hippocrates Hormizd Hymns against Julian 
Harklean Henanisho of Bet Qoqa Hippolytus Hormizd Ardashir Hymns on Church 
harp Heracles Hira Hormizd IV Hymns on Easter 
Harran Heraclius historiography Hormizd of Alqosh Hymns on Epiphany 
Hatra Heraklia history horse Hymns on Faith 
Hawran Herat History of Karka de Beth Selok Hosea Hymns on Nativity 
healing heresiography History of Rechabites hospital Hymns on Nicomedia 
heart hermeneutics History of the Likeness of Christ hours Hymns on Nisibis 
heaven Hermes Hobeisch house Hymns on Paradise 
Heb 13:8 Hermetism holiness Huarte Hymns on Unleavened Bread 
Hebrew language Herod Holy Cross Hudra Hymns on Virginity
Hebrews Hesiod Holy Land 
Budge, Ernest A. Wallis, ed. The Life of Rabban Hôrmîzd and the Foundation of his Monastery at Al-Kôsh: A Metrical Discourse by Wahlê, Surnamed Sergius of Âdhôrbâîjân. Semitistische Studien 2/3. Berlin: Emil Felber, 1894.
Keywords: Sergius of Azerbaijan, Hormizd, monasticism, monasteries, Alqosh, hagiography, poetry, Nestorian, primary sources [Syriac].
Budge, Ernest A. Wallis, ed. The Histories of Rabban Hôrmîzd the Persian and Rabban Bar-‘Idtâ. Luzac’s Semitic Text and Translation Series 9-11. London: Luzac and Co., 1902.
Keywords: VII CE, Hormizd, Bar Idta, Emmanuel of Bet Garmai, Sergius of Azerbaijan, hagiography, Nestorian, primary sources [Syriac] + English translation.
Escolan, Philippe, ''Nouvelles perspectives sur l’engagement dans la vie monastique d’après deux textes hagiographiques syriaques'', Pages 141-150 in Saints orientaux. Edited by Aigle, Denise. Hagiographies médiévales comparées 1. Paris: De Boccard, 1995.
Keywords: hagiography, monasticism, Nestorian, Bar Idta, Hormizd.
Gero, Stephen, ''Cyril of Alexandria, Image Worship, and the Vita of Rabban Hormizd'', Oriens Christianus 62 (1978): 77-97.
Keywords: iconoclasm, icons, hagiography, Hormizd, polemic, anti-Jacobite, Cyril of Alexandria, Nestorian.
Harrak, Amir, ''Patriarchal Funerary Inscriptions in the Monastery of Rabban Hormizd: Types, Literary Origins, and Purpose'', Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 6:2 (2003):
Keywords: archaeology, epigraphics, inscriptions [Syriac], burial, monasteries, Nestorian, patriarchs, Hormizd.
Hoyland, Robert G., Seeing Islam as Others Saw It: A Survey and Evaluation of Christian, Jewish and Zoroastrian Writings on Early Islam. Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam 13. Princeton, NJ: Darwin Press, 1997.
Keywords: VII CE, VIII CE, Islam, Muslim-Christian relations, polemic, apologetics, canon law, apocalypticism, hagiography, Gabriel of Qartmin, George of Reshaina, Daniel of Edessa, Theodotus of Amida, Jacob of Edessa, Simeon of the Olives, Ishoyahb III of Adiabene, Chronicle of Khuzistan, Chronicle of Zuqnin, Dionysius of Tel-Mahre, Chronicle of 819, Chronicle of 846, Elias of Nisibis, Hormizd, John bar Penkaye, Henanisho I, John of Dailam, Ishobocht, Ishodenah of Basrah, Thomas of Marga, Abraham of Bet Hale, George I of Kaphra, Athanasius II of Baladh, Theophilus of Edessa, Apocalypse of Pseudo-Ephrem, Apocalypse of Ezra, John the Stylite (of Litharb), Timothy I, John III of Antioch, Bahira, Apocalypse of Ezra, Nestorian, Jacobite.
Hoyland, Robert G., Seeing Islam as Others Saw It: A Survey and Evaluation of Christian, Jewish and Zoroastrian Writings on Early Islam. Gorgias Islamic Studies 12. Piscataway, New Jersey: Gorgias Press, 2019.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, VII CE, VIII CE, Islam, Muslim-Christian relations, polemic, apologetics, canon law, apocalypticism, hagiography, Gabriel of Qartmin, George of Reshaina, Daniel of Edessa, Theodotus of Amida, Jacob of Edessa, Simeon of the Olives, Ishoyahb III of Adiabene, Chronicle of Khuzistan, Chronicle of Zuqnin, Dionysius of Tel-Mahre, Chronicle of 819, Chronicle of 846, Elias of Nisibis, Hormizd, John bar Penkaye, Henanisho I, John of Dailam, Ishobocht, Ishodenah of Basrah, Thomas of Marga, Abraham of Bet Hale, George I of Kaphra, Athanasius II of Baladh, Theophilus of Edessa, Apocalypse of Pseudo-Ephrem, Apocalypse of Ezra, John the Stylite (of Litharb), Timothy I, John III of Antioch, Bahira, Apocalypse of Ezra, Nestorian, Jacobite.
Vosté, Jacques Marie, ''Les inscriptions de Rabban Hormizd et de N.-D. des Semences près d’Alqoš (Iraq)'', Le Muséon 43 (1930): 263-316.
Keywords: Alqosh, archaeology, Hormizd, monasteries, epigraphics, inscriptions [Syriac], Nestorian.
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