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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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Jacob Jibrail ibn al-Qilai John Azraq John of Ephesus Joseph David 
Jacob bar Shakko Jilu John bar Andreas John of Jerusalem Joseph Hazzaya 
Jacob Baradaeus Jn 1 John bar Aphtonia John of Mardin Joseph I 
Jacob of Bartelli Jn 1:1 John bar Kaldoun John of Mosul Joseph II 
Jacob of Bet Abe Jn 1:14 John bar Madani John of Nhel Joseph of Telkepe 
Jacob of Edessa Jn 1:16 John bar Malke John of Nineveh Joseph Sulaqa 
Jacob of Jerusalem Jn 1:46-51 John bar Penkaye John of Qartmin Joseph the Indian 
Jacob of Nisibis Jn 1:47 John bar Shayallah John of Scythopolis Josephus 
Jacob of Salah Jn 11 John bar Zobi John of Tella Joshua 
Jacob of Sarug Jn 11:25 John Barbur John Philoponus Jovian 
Jacobite Jn 17 John Cassian John Rufus Jubilees 
Jacobites Jn 19:30 John Cholag John Saba Judah 
James Jn 19:34 John Chrysostom John Sulaqa Judaism 
Jannes and Jambres Jn 2:1-11 John Climacus John the Baptist Judas 
Japan Jn 20 John Colobos John the Evangelist Judas Cyriaqos 
Jebel Baricha Jn 20:17 John III of Antioch John the Faster Judas Thomas 
Jebel Druze Jn 21:25 John Isho bar Shushan John the Grammarian Jude 
Jebel Halaqa Jn 3:1-5 John Malalas John the Persian Judges 
Jebel Qalamun Jn 4:1-42 John Maron John the Scholasticus Judith 
Jebel Rihane Jn 6:51 John Naqar John the Silo-Dweller Julian 
Jebel Siman Jn 7:14 John of Amida John the Stylite (of Beth-Mari-Qanun) Julian of Halicarnassus 
Jephthah Jn 7:37 John of Antioch John the Stylite (of Litharb) Julian Romance 
Jeremiah Jn 7:37-38 John of Apamea John Urtaya Julian Saba 
Jeremiah Apocryphon Jn 7:39 John of Bet Aphtonia John V bar Abgare Julianus Romaya 
Jericho Jn 7:53-8:11 John of Bet Garmai John Wesley Julius Africanus 
Jerome Jn 8:56-59 John of Bet Rabban John X Bar Shushan Julius of Rome 
Jerusalem Jn 9:1-34 John of Birta Jonah Junilius Africanus 
Jesus Jn 9:2 John of Dailam Jordan justice 
Jewish background Job John of Dalyatha Joseph Justin I 
Jewish Christianity Job of Edessa John of Damascus Joseph Abbaya of Alqosh Justin II 
Jewish-Christian relations Joel John of Dara Joseph and Aseneth Justin Martyr 
Jews John Ascoutzanges John of Edessa Joseph Busnaya Justinian
al-Bartilli, Behnam Daniel, The Book of Treasures by Severos Ya‘qub al-Bartilli. Dar Mardin: Christian Arabic and Syriac Studies from the Middle East 5. Piscataway, New Jersey: Gorgias Press, 2010.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, theology, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] - Arabic translation.
Baumstark, Anton, ed. Syrisch-arabische Biographien des Aristoteles. Syrische Commentare zur Εισαγωγη des Porphyrios. Aristoteles bei den Syrern vom V.–VIII. Jahrhundert: Syrische Texte 1. Leipzig: B.G. Teubner, 1900.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, V CE, VI CE, VII CE, VIII CE, Aristotle, Greek philosophy, Hunayn ibn Ishaq, Porphyry, Probus, John Philoponus, Jacob bar Shakko, translations from Greek, translations into Syriac, Arab Christians, Jacobite, Nestorian, primary sources [Syriac], primary sources [Arabic].
Bendrat, Jörg, ''Der Dialog über die Rhetorik des Jakob bar Shakko'', Pages 19-26 in Paul de Lagarde und die syrische Kirchengeschichte. Göttingen: Göttinger Arbeitskreis für syrische Kirchengeschichte, 1968.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, rhetoric, Greek literature, Jacobite.
de Vries, Wilhelm, Sakramententheologie bei den syrischen Monophysiten. Orientalia Christiana Analecta 125. Roma: Pontificium Institutum Orientalium Studiorum, 1940.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Dionysius bar Salibhi, Barhebraeus, Jacob bar Shakko, John of Mardin, Moses bar Kepha, Theodore bar Wahbun, liturgics, sacraments, baptism, anointing, myron, Eucharist, penitence, extreme unction, illness, ordination, marriage, theology, Jacobite.
Furlani, Giuseppe, ''La logica del Libro dei Dialoghi di Severo bar Shakkô'', Atti del Reale Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti IX, 11 [86:2] (1926-1927): 289-348.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, Aristotle, Greek philosophy, science, logic, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] - Italian translation.
Havard, Clive A., ''Jacob bar Šakkô, On the Faculties of the Soul'', Pages 259-268 in VI Symposium Syriacum, 1992: University of Cambridge, Faculty of Divinity, 30 August – 2 September 1992. Edited by Lavenant, René. Orientalia Christiana Analecta 247. Roma: Pontificio Istituto Orientale, 1994.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, anthropology, soul, Jacobite.
Kugener, Marc-Antoine, ''Un traité astronomique et météorologique syriaque attribué à Denis l’Aréopagite'', Pages 137-198 in Actes du XIVe Congrès international des orientalistes, Alger 1905. IIe partie: Section II (Langues sémitiques). Paris: Ernest Leroux, 1907.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, science, cosmology, astronomy, astrology, Severus the Monk, Jacob bar Shakko, primary sources [Syriac] + French translation.
Martin, Jean-Pierre Paulin, De la métrique chez les Syriens. Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 7.2. Leipzig: F.A. Brockhaus, 1879.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, poetry, hymnography, poetics, Jacob of Sarug, Jacob bar Shakko, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + French translation.
Merx, Adalbert, ed. Historia artis grammaticae apud Syros, cui accedunt Severi bar Šakku dialogus de grammatica, Dionysii Thracis grammatica syriace translata, Iacobi Edesseni fragmenta grammatica cum tabula photolithographica, Eliae Tirhanensis et duorum anonymorum de accentibus tractatus. Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 9.2. Leipzig: F.A. Brockhaus, 1889.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Jacob of Edessa, Elijah of Tirhan, Dionysius the Thracian, John bar Zobi, Jacob bar Shakko, Elias of Nisibis, Ananisho, Hunayn ibn Ishaq, Barhebraeus, Syriac language, Classical Syriac, grammar [native], Jacobite, Nestorian, primary sources [Syriac].
Nau, François, ''Littérature cosmographique syriaque inédite. Notice sur le Livre des Trésors de Jacques de Bartela, évêque de Tagrit'', Journal asiatique IX, 7 (1896): 286-331.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, Jacob of Bartelli, science, cosmology, astronomy, geography, Jacobite.
Nicosia, Mara, ''From Antony of Taġrit to the Arabic Version: The Syriac Technical Vocabulary of Rhetoric and the Migration of Words'', Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 23:1 (2020): 61-97.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, IX CE, Antony of Tagrit, Jacob bar Shakko, Barhebraeus, Greek philosophy, rhetoric, Aristotle, translations into Arabic, Syriac language, Classical Syriac, lexicography, loan-words [Greek], Arab Christians, Jacobite.
Rassi, Salam, ''From Greco-Syrian to Syro-Arabic Thought: The Philosophical Writings of Dionysius bar Ṣalībī and Jacob bar Šakkō'', Pages 329-379 in La philosophie en syriaque. Edited by Fiori, Emiliano and Hugonnard-Roche, Henri. Études syriaques 16. Paris: Paul Geuthner, 2019.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XII CE, XIII CE, Dionysius bar Salibhi, Jacob bar Shakko, philosophy, Greek philosophy, logic, Probus, Ibn Sina, Muslim-Christian relations, Jacobite.
Ruani, Flavia, ''Sur les traces syriaques des manichéens: les réfutations de Moïse bar Kepha (IXe s.) et de Jacques bar Šakko (XIIIe s.)'', Pages 299-332 in Gnose et manichéisme: Entre les oasis d’Égypte et la Route de la Soie. Hommage à Jean-Daniel Dubois. Edited by van den Kerchove, Anna and Soares Santoprete, Luciana Gabriela. Bibliothèque de l’École des hautes études, Sciences religieuses 176. Turnhout: Brepols, 2017.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, IX CE, XIII CE, Moses bar Kepha, Jacob bar Shakko, Titus of Bostra, heterodoxy, heresiography, Manichaeism, polemic, anti-Manichaean, Hexaemeron, Jacobite.
Ruska, Julius, Das Quadrivium aus Severus bar Šakkûs’s Buch der Dialoge. Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der Doctorwürde der philosophischen Fakultät der Universität Heidelberg. Leipzig: W. Drugulin, 1896.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, education, science, mathematics, music, geometry, astronomy, Greek philosophy, question-and-answer, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + German translation.
Ruska, Julius, ''Studien zu Severus bar Šakkû’s “Buch der Dialoge”'', Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 12 (1897): 8-41, 145-161.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, philosophy, Jacobite.
Schrier, Omert J., ''The Name and Function of Jacob Bar Shakko: Notes on the History of the Monastery of Mar Mattay'', Pages 215-228 in V Symposium Syriacum, 1988: Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, 29-31 août 1988. Edited by Lavenant, René. Orientalia Christiana Analecta 236. Roma: Pontificium Institutum Studiorum Orientalium, 1990.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, monasteries, monastery of Mar Mattay, Jacobite.
Schwarb, Gregor, ''The Coptic and Syriac Receptions of Neo-Ash‘arite Theology'', Pages 547-566 in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology. Edited by Schmidtke, Sabine. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, Barhebraeus, Muslim-Christian relations, theology, Jacobite.
Sprengling, Martin, ''Antonius Rhetor on Versification, with an Introduction and Two Appendices'', American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures 32:3 (1916): 145-216.
Keywords: I-III CE, VII-XVIII CE, III CE, IX CE, Antony of Tagrit, Bardesan, Jacob bar Shakko, rhetoric, poetics, poetry, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac].
Sprengling, Martin, ''Severus bar Shakko’s Poetics, Part II'', American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures 32:4 (1916): 293-308.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, rhetoric, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac].
Takahashi, Hidemi, ''Fakhr al-Dīn al-Rāzī, Qazwīnī and Bar Shakko'', The Harp 19 (2006): 365-380.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, Muslim-Christian relations, science, Barhebraeus, Jacobite.
Takahashi, Hidemi, ''Reception of Islamic Theology among Syriac Christians in the Thirteenth Century: The Use of Fakhr al-Dīn al-Rāzī in Barhebraeus’ Candelabrum of the Sanctuary'', Intellectual History of the Islamicate World 2:1-2 (2014): 170-192.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Barhebraeus, Jacob bar Shakko, theology, Muslim-Christian relations, Jacobite.
Teule, Herman G.B., ''It is Not Right to Call Ourselves Orthodox and the Other Heretics: Ecumenical Attitudes in the Jacobite Church in the Time of the Crusaders'', Pages 13-27 in East and West in the Crusader States: Context ‒ Contacts ‒ Confrontations II. Acta of the Congress Held at Hernen Castle in May 1997. Edited by Ciggaar, Krijna Nelly and Teule, Herman G.B.. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 92. Leuven: Peeters, 1999.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XII CE, XIII CE, al-Arfadi, Dionysius bar Salibhi, Jacob bar Shakko, Barhebraeus, Crusaders, ecumenism, orthodoxy, polemic, Roman Catholic, anti-Chalcedonian, Jacobites.
Teule, Herman G.B., ''Jacob bar Šakko, the Book of Treasures and the Syrian Renaissance'', Pages 143-154 in Eastern Crossroads: Essays on Medieval Christian Legacy. Edited by Monferrer-Sala, Juan Pedro. Gorgias Eastern Christianity Studies 1. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2006.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, Jacobite.
Teule, Herman G.B., ''Reflections on Identity. The Suryoye of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries: Bar Salibi, Bar Shakko, and Barhebraeus'', Church History and Religious Culture 89:1-3 (2009): 179-189.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XII CE, XIII CE, Dionysius bar Salibhi, Jacob bar Shakko, Barhebraeus, identity, Jacobite.
Teule, Herman G.B., ''Jacob bar Shakkō'', Pages 240-244 in Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibliographical History. Volume 4 (1200‒1350). Edited by Thomas, David Richard and Mallett, Alex. History of Christian-Muslim Relations 17. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2012.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, Muslim-Christian relations, Jacobite.
Varghese, Baby, Les onctions baptismales dans la tradition syrienne. CSCO 512, Subs. 82. Leuven: Peeters, 1989.
Keywords: I-III CE, IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, liturgics, sacraments, baptism, anointing, oil, myron, Holy Spirit, NT apocrypha, Acts of Thomas, Didascalia, Acts of John, Apostolic Constitutions, Aphrahat, Ephrem, Theodore of Mopsuestia, Jacob of Sarug, Philoxenus of Mabbug, Severus of Antioch, John III of Antioch, Jacob of Edessa, George, bishop of the Arabs, Antony of Tagrit, Lazar bar Sabta, John of Dara, Moses bar Kepha, Dionysius bar Salibhi, Jacob bar Shakko, Barhebraeus, Jacobite.
Vosté, Jacques Marie, ''Deux manuscrits des “Dialogues” de Jacques bar Šakko'', Le Muséon 42 (1929): 157-167.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, Dionysius of Claudia, anthropology, soul, Jacobite.
Watt, John W., ''Grammar, Rhetoric and the Enkyklios Paideia in Syriac'', Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 143:1 (1993): 45-71.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, IX CE, Antony of Tagrit, Jacob bar Shakko, Syriac language, grammar, rhetoric, education, Greek literature, Greek philosophy, Aristotle, science, grammar [native], Hellenism, Jacobite.
Zonta, Mauro, ''Iwānnīs of Dārā on Soul’s Virtues: About a Late Antiquity Greek Philosophical Work among Syrians and Arabs'', Studia graeco-arabica 5 (2015): 129-143.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, IX CE, John of Dara, Jacob bar Shakko, soul, Greek philosophy, translations from Greek, translations into Syriac, Syriac influence [Arabs], Jacobite.
Толстолуженко, Михаил Юрьевич, ''“Книга сокровищ” Иакова бар Шакко: богословская компиляция эпохи сирийского ренессанса'', Символ 55 (2009): 357-374.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, Trinity, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + Russian translation.
Толстолуженко, Михаил Юрьевич, ''Иаков бар Шакко о Божественном Промысле'', Символ 58 (2010): 156-175.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, providence, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + Russian translation.
Толстолуженко, Михаил Юрьевич, ''“Вот скиния Бога Иакова”: прозвище как аргумент в межконфессиональнойполемике'', Pages 128-145 in Miscellanea Orientalia Christiana: Восточнохристианское разнообразие. Edited by Селезнëв, Николай Николаевич and Аржанов, Юрий Николаевич. Москва: Российский Государственный Гуманитарный Университет, Институт восточных культур и античности, 2014.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, identity, self-references, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + Russian translation.
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