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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
Akhrass, Roger-Youssef and Syryany, Imad, eds. 160 Unpublished Homilies of Jacob of Serugh. Damascus: Syriac Orthodox Patriarchate, 2017.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, Jacob of Sarug, poetry, hymnography, Old Testament, Genesis, Isaiah, Is 9:6, Exodus, Ex 17, Moses, Balaam, Phinehas, Jacob, Joseph, Joshua, 1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, David, Daniel, Ezekiel, Elijah, New Testament, Gospel of Matthew, Mt 12:43, Mt 13:47-50, Mt 15:21-28, Acts, Acts 5, 1 Timothy, 1 Tim 2:5, Galatians, good thief, exegesis, Christology, feasts, Nativity, Palm Sunday, Passion, Annunciation, Easter, Lent, crucifixion, resurrection, saints, apostles, martyrdom, Mary, Peter, Thomas, Stephen the Protomartyr, Julian Saba, Abgar, Addai, St Domitius, St Theodore, Mar Behnam, Barsauma, Maccabees, relics, Holy Cross, burial, eschatology, locusts, faith, Amida, Jerusalem, Satan, anathema, Nestorius, polemic, anti-Nestorian, repentance.
Bcheiry, Iskandar, Hagiography, History, and Manuscript Culture: Studies in Syriac Christianity. Patrimoine Syriaque 9. Kaslik, Liban: Parole de l’Orient, 2018.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, IX CE, XVI CE, XVII CE, XVIII CE, Qyriaqos of Tagrit, Severus of Antioch, saints, hagiography, colophons, politics, Muslim-Christian relations, Palestine, Jerusalem, Holy Sepulchre, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + English translation.
Bitton-Ashkelony, Brouria, ''From Sacred Travel to Monastic Career: The Evidence of Late Antique Syriac Hagiography'', Adamantius 16 (2010): 353-370.
Keywords: V CE, VI CE, pilgrimage, hagiography, Jerusalem, Palestine, Jacobite, Nestorian.
Bitton-Ashkelony, Brouria, ''Pilgrimage and Monastic Culture in Late Antique Syriac Hagiography'', Pages 71-99 in Ut videant et contingant: Essays on Pilgrimage and Sacred Space in Honour of Ora Limor. Edited by Hen, Yitzhak and Shagrir, Iris. Raanana: The Open University of Israel, 2011.
Keywords: V CE, VI CE, IV-VII CE, pilgrimage, monasticism, Palestine, Jerusalem, Jacobite, Nestorian.
Blomme, Yves, ''La liturgie de Jérusalem et son influence sur les Églises nestorienne et syrienne'', Liber Annuus 29 (1979): 221-237.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, liturgics, Jerusalem, Palestine, Nestorian, Jacobite.
Bogaert, Pierre-Maurice, ''Jérusalem chez les pseudépigraphes (II Esdras et II Baruch)'', Pages 15-23 in Jerusalem dans les traditions juives et chrétiennes. Edited by Abecassis, Armand and Bogaert, Pierre-Maurice and Chopineau, Jacques and Dequeker, Luc and Falk, Zeev W.. Publications de l’Institutum Iudaicum. Louvain: Peeters, 1982.
Keywords: OT apocrypha, 2 Baruch, Jerusalem.
Brock, Sebastian P., ''East Syriac Pilgrims to Jerusalem in the Early Ottoman Period'', ARAM 18-19 (2006-2007): 189-201.
Keywords: Palestine, pilgrimage, Nestorian, XVI CE, XVII CE, manuscripts, Jerusalem.
Brock, Sebastian P. and Goldfus, Haim and Kofsky, Aryeh, ''The Syriac Inscriptions at the Entrance to Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem'', ARAM 18-19 (2006-2007): 415-438.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Palestine, Jerusalem, archaeology, epigraphics, inscriptions [Syriac], pilgrimage, Sergius of Hah, Jacobite.
Bruns, Peter, ''Ein Memra des Jakob von Serug auf Edessa und Jerusalem'', Pages 537-553 in Words, Texts and Concepts Cruising the Mediterranean Sea: Studies on the Sources, Contents and Influences of Islamic Civilization and Arabic Philosophy and Science Dedicated to Gerhard Endress on his Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Edited by Arnzen, Rüdiger and Thielmann, Jörn. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 139. Leuven / Paris / Dudley, MA: Peeters / Departement Oosterse Studies, 2004.
Keywords: VI CE, Jacob of Sarug, poetry, hymnography, Edessa, Jerusalem, primary sources [Syriac] - German translation.
Calduch-Benages, Núria, ''The Name of the Beloved City in Baruch 4:5‒5:9'', Biblische Notizen 164 (2015): 51-64.
Keywords: I-III CE, OT apocrypha, 2 Baruch, Jerusalem, cities.
Chialà, Sabino, ''Monaci siro-orientali in Palestina: echi della riforma di Abramo di Kashkar'', Pages 215-235 in Knowledge and Wisdom: Archaeological and Historical Essays in Honour of Leah Di Segni. Edited by Bottini, Giovanni Claudio and Chrupcała, Lesław Daniel and Patrich, Joseph. SBF Collectio Minor 54. Milano: Terra Santa, 2014.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, Palestine, Jerusalem, monasticism, monasteries, pilgrimage, Abraham of Kashkar, Nestorian.
Clements, Henry, ''Documenting Community in the Late Ottoman Empire'', International Journal of Middle East Studies 51:3 (2019): 423-443.
Keywords: XIX-XXI CE, XIX CE, Ottoman empire, Palestine, Jerusalem, Holy Sepulchre, churches, holy places, polemic.
Coakley, James Farwell, ''A Syriac Version of the Letter of Cyril of Jerusalem on the Vision of the Cross'', Analecta Bollandiana 102:1-2 (1984): 71-84.
Keywords: Cyril of Jerusalem, Greek Fathers, translations from Greek, translations into Syriac, Holy Cross, Jerusalem, Palestine, primary sources [Syriac] + English translation.
Conterno, Maria, ''“L’abominio della desolazione nel luogo santo”: l’ingresso di ‘Umar I a Gerusalemme nella Cronografia di Teofane Confessore e in tre cronache siriache'', Pages 9-24 in Luoghi del desiderio: Gerusalemme medievale. Quaderni di storia religiosa 17. Verona: Cierre, 2010.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, VII CE, Muslim-Christian relations, Palestine, Jerusalem, historiography, Michael the Syrian, Pseudo-Dionysius of Tel-Mahre, Chronicle of 1234, Jacobite.
Daschke, Dereck, City of Ruins: Mourning the Destruction of Jerusalem through Jewish Apocalypse. Biblical Interpretation Series 99. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2010.
Keywords: OT apocrypha, 2 Baruch, Jerusalem.
de Vos, Jacobus Cornelis, ''Jerusalem – Why on Earth Is It in Heaven? A Comparison between Galatians 4:21-31 and 2 Baruch 4:1-7'', Pages 326-337 in Exploring the Narrative: Jerusalem and Jordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages. Edited by van der Steen, Eveline and Boertien, Jeanette and Mulder-Hymans, Noor. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies 583. London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2014.
Keywords: OT apocrypha, 2 Baruch, Jerusalem, heaven.
Devos, Paul, ''Quand Pièrre l’Ibere vint-il à Jérusalem?'', Analecta Bollandiana 86 (1968): 337-350.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, V CE, Palestine, Peter the Iberian, pilgrimage, Jerusalem, hagiography, Jacobite.
Dolabani, Filoksinos Yuhanna and Ibrahim, Gregorios Yohanna, Catalogue of the Syriac Manuscripts in St. Mark’s Monastery (Dairo Dmor Marqos). Syriac Patrimony 8. Damascus: Sidawi Printing House, 1994.
Keywords: manuscripts, monastery of St Mark, Jerusalem, Jacobite.
Drijvers, Jan Willem, ''Marutha of Maïpherqat on Helena Augusta, Jerusalem and the Council of Nicaea'', Studia Patristica 34 (2001): 51-64.
Keywords: V CE, Marutha of Maipherqat, Helene, Jerusalem, Nicaea.
Every, George, ''Syrian Christians in Jerusalem, 1183-1283'', Eastern Churches Quarterly VII, 2 (1947): 46-54.
Keywords: Palestine, XII CE, XIII CE, Crusaders, Jerusalem.
Every, George, ''Syriac and Arabic in the Church of Jerusalem'', Church Quarterly Review 145 (1947-1948): 230-239.
Keywords: Palestine, Jerusalem, Arab Christians, Melkites, language.
Fiey, Jean-Maurice, ''Le pèlerinage des Nestoriens et Jacobites à Jérusalem'', Cahiers de civilization médiévale 12 (1969): 113-126.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Palestine, Jerusalem, pilgrimage, Nestorian, Jacobite.
Hall, Isaac Hollister, ''On a Nestorian Liturgical Manuscript from the Last Nestorian Church and Convent in Jerusalem'', Journal of the American Oriental Society 13 (1889): cclxxxvi-ccxc.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, liturgics, anaphoras, colophons, Palestine, Jerusalem, Nestorian, primary sources [Syriac] - English translation.
Hatch, William Henry Paine, Greek and Syrian Miniatures in Jerusalem, with an Introduction and a Description of Each of the Seventy-One Miniatures Reproduced. Cambridge: The Mediaeval Academy of America, 1931.
Keywords: Jerusalem, art, illustrations, manuscripts.
Heid, Stefan, ''Zwei an den Enkainien der Jerusalemer Grabeskirche gehaltene Predigten des griechischen Ephräm'', Oriens Christianus 84 (2000): 1-22.
Keywords: Ephrem, Ephremiana [Greek], Jerusalem, Syriac influence [Byzantine church].
Hogan, Karina Martin, ''Mother Zion in Baruch 4:5–5:9 and 2 Baruch 1–12: A Study of Different Models of Intertextuality'', Pages 558-578 in Sibyls, Scriptures, and Scrolls: John Collins at Seventy. Edited by Baden, Joel S. and Najman, Hindy and Tigchelaar, Eibert J.C.. Supplements to the Journal for the study of Judaism 175. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2016.
Keywords: I-III CE, OT apocrypha, 2 Baruch, Jerusalem, mother.
Huxley, George L., ''The Sixty Martyrs of Jerusalem'', Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 18:4 (1977): 369-374.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, VIII CE, Syriac influence [Byzantine church], hagiography, martyrdom, Muslim-Christian relations, Palestine, Jerusalem, translations from Syriac, translations into Greek.
Jones, Frederick Stanley, ''Jewish-Christian Chiliastic Restoration in Pseudo-Clementine Recognitions 1.27-71'', Pages 529-547 in Restoration: Old Testament, Jewish, and Christian Perspectives. Edited by Scott, James M.. Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 72. Leiden / Boston / Köln: Brill, 2001.
Keywords: NT apocrypha, Pseudo-Clementines, eschatology, Jewish Christianity, chiliasm, Jerusalem.
Jones, Kenneth Raymond, Jewish Reactions to the Destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70: Apocalypses and Related Pseudepigrapha. Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 151. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2011.
Keywords: OT apocrypha, 2 Baruch, Jerusalem, Temple.
Kaufhold, Hubert, ''Der Ehrentitel “Jerusalempilger” (syrisch maqdšāyā, arabisch maqdisī, armenisch mahtesi)'', Oriens Christianus 75 (1991): 44-61.
Keywords: XIII CE, XIV CE, Palestine, Jerusalem, pilgrimage, Muslim-Christian relations, loan-words [Arabic], Jacobite.
Kaufhold, Hubert, ''Zur Bedeutung Jerusalems für die syrisch-orthodoxe Kirche'', Pages 132-165 in L’idea di Gerusalemme nella spiritualità cristiana del medioevo. Atti del Convegno internazionale in collaborazione con l’Istituto della Görres-Gesellschaft di Gerusalemme, Gerusalemme, Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center, 31 agosto – 6 settembre 1999. Edited by Brandmüller, Walter. Pontificio Comitato di Scienze Storiche. Atti e documenti 12. Città del Vaticano: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2003.
Keywords: pilgrimage, Jerusalem, Jacobites.
Kaufhold, Hubert, ''Der Bericht des Sargīs von Ḥāḥ über seine Pilgerreise nach Jerusalem'', Pages 371-387 in Christsein in der islamischen Welt: Festschrift für Martin Tamcke zum 60. Geburtstag. Edited by Griffith, Sidney Harrison and Grebenstein, Sven. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XV CE, XVI CE, Sergius of Hah, travel, pilgrimage, Palestine, Jerusalem, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + German translation.
Koriah, Yacoub, The Syrian Orthodox Church in the Holy Land. Jerusalem: [s.n.], 1976.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIX-XXI CE, Palestine, Jerusalem, monasticism, monasteries, monastery of St Mark, holy places, history, Muslim-Christian relations, Jacobites, primary sources [Arabic] + English translation.
Kottek, Heimann, Das sechste Buch des Bellum Judaicum nach der von Ceriani photolithographisch edirten Peschitta-Handschrift übersetzt und kritisch bearbeitet. Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der Doctorwürde in der philosophischen Fakultät der Universität Leipzig. Berlin: H. Itzkowski, 1886.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, Josephus, Jewish background, historiography, Jerusalem, translations from Greek, translations into Syriac, primary sources [Syriac] + German translation.
Macler, Frédéric, Notice des manuscrits syriaques conservés dans la Bibliothèque du Couvent des syriens Jacobites de Jèrusalem. Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1920.
Keywords: manuscripts, Jerusalem, monastery of St Mark.
Maier, Thomas, ''L’Église syrienne orthodoxe de Jérusalem. Regard sur son histoire et sa présence actuelle en Terre Sainte'', Proche-Orient Chrétien 54:3-4 (2004): 305-312.
Keywords: Palestine, Jerusalem, Jacobites.
Martin, Jean-Pierre Paulin, ''Les premiers princes croisés et les Syriens jacobites de Jérusalem'', Journal asiatique VIII, 12 (1888): 471-490; VIII, 13 (1889), 33-79.
Keywords: Palestine, Jerusalem, Jacobites, history, Crusaders, XII CE, primary sources [Syriac] + French translation.
Meinardus, Otto, ''The Syrian Jacobites in the Holy City'', Orientalia Suecana 12 (1963): 60-82.
Keywords: Palestine, Jacobites, Jerusalem, Syriac influence, monastery of St Mark.
Meinardus, Otto, ''The Nestorians in Egypt. A Note on the Nestorians in Jerusalem'', Oriens Christianus 51 (1967): 112-129.
Keywords: Nestorians, Palestine, Jerusalem, Syriac influence [Egypt].
Menze, Volker-Lorenz, ''The Dark Side of Holiness: Barsauma the ‘Roasted’ and the Invention of a Jewish Jerusalem'', Pages 231-247 in Motions of Late Antiquity: Essays on Religion, Politics, and Society in Honour of Peter Brown. Edited by Kreiner, Jamie and Reimitz, Helmut. Cultural Encounters in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages 20. Turnhout: Brepols, 2016.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, V CE, Barsauma, saints, hagiography, Palestine, Jerusalem, Jewish-Christian relations, anti-Judaism, anti-Chalcedonian, polemic, Jacobite.
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