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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
Akhrass, Roger-Youssef and Syryany, Imad, eds. 160 Unpublished Homilies of Jacob of Serugh.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.
Beck, Edmund, ed. Des heiligen Ephraem des Syrers Hymnen auf Abraham Kidunaya und Julianos Saba. CSCO 322-323, Syr. 140-141. Louvain: Secrétariat du CorpusSCO, 1972.
Keywords: IV CE, Ephrem, hymnography, poetry, hagiography, encomium, monasticism, Julian Saba, Abraham of Qidun, madrasha, primary sources [Syriac] + German translation.
Gribomont, Jean, ''Giuliano Saba'', Pages 1323-1324 in Dizionario degli Istituti di perfezione. Edited by Pelliccia, Guerrino and Rocca, Giancarlo. Roma: Edizioni Paoline, 1977.
Keywords: IV CE, IV-VII CE, Julian Saba, monasticism.
Griffith, Sidney Harrison, ''Julian Saba, ‘Father of the Monks’ of Syria'', Journal of Early Christian Studies 2 (1994): 185-216.
Keywords: IV CE, Julian Saba, monasticism.
Harvey, Susan Ashbrook, ''‘Incense in Our Land’: Julian Saba and Early Syrian Christianity'', Pages 120-131 in Wilderness: Essays in Honour of Frances Young. Edited by Sugirtharajah, R.S.. Library of New Testament Studies 295. London / New York: T&T Clark, 2005.
Keywords: IV CE, Julian Saba, monasticism, asceticism, Ephrem, hymnography, hagiography, Theodoret of Cyrus.
Immerzeel, Mat, ''A Representation of St Julian Saba in Deir Mar Musa'', Eastern Christian Art 7 (2010): 5-41.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, archaeology, monasteries, monastery of Mar Musa al-Habashi, churches, art, frescoes, saints, Julian Saba, iconography, Jacobite.
Jugeli, Victoria, ''The Georgian Life of Julian-Saba (cod. Sin. Georg. 6) and its Greek and Syriac Sources (Historia Philothea by Theodoret of Cyrus)'', Phasis: Greek and Roman Studies 13-14 (2010-2011): 259-271.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Georgia], hagiography, Julian Saba, Theodoret of Cyrus.
Lamy, Thomas Joseph, ed. Sancti Ephraem Syri hymni et sermones quos e codicibus Londinensibus, Parisiensibus et Oxoniensibus descriptos edidit, Latinitate donavit, variis lectionibus instruxit, notis et prolegomenis illustravit. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1882-1902.
Keywords: IV CE, Ephrem, Pseudo-Ephrem, Vita Ephremi, Ephremiana [Syriac], poetry, hymnography, Hymns on Epiphany, Hymns on Virginity, Hymns on Church, Abraham of Qidun, Julian Saba, Old Testament, exegesis, commentary, Isaiah, Lamentations, Jonah, Nahum, Habbakuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, magic, Nativity, Mary, Lent, Apocalypse of Pseudo-Ephrem, primary sources [Syriac] + Latin translation.
van Bladel, Kevin Thomas, ''Hymns 19 and 20 on Julian Saba, Attributed to Ephraim the Syrian'', Pages 203-210 in History and Hagiography from the Late Antique Sinai. Edited by Caner, Daniel. Translated Texts for Historians 53. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2010.
Keywords: IV CE, IV-VII CE, Ephrem, Julian Saba, hagiography, poetry, hymnography, monasticism, Sinai, primary sources [Syriac] - English translation.
Vööbus, Arthur, History of Asceticism in the Syrian Orient: A Contribution to the History of Culture in the Near East. CSCO 184, 197, 500, Subs. 14, 17, 81. Louvain: Secrétariat du CorpusSCO, 1958, 1960, 1988.
Keywords: monasticism, asceticism, Manichaeism, I-III CE, Iran, Tatian, II CE, Marcion, Valentinianism, Gnosticism, III CE, Odes of Solomon, Pseudo-Clementines, Acts of Thomas, virginity, ecclesiology, covenant, IV CE, Aphrahat, Liber Graduum, Shahpuhr II, V CE, monasteries, martyrs, mission, Julian Saba, Abraham of Qidun, Ephrem, Edessa, Nisibis, V CE, Alexander Akoimetos, Barsauma of Nisibis, Simeon the Stylite, John of Apamea, VI CE, Stephen bar Sudaile, Isaac of Antioch, Jacob of Sarug, Philoxenus of Mabbug, Osrhoene, virginity, poverty, fast, sleep, dress, prayer, body, society, libraries, schools, learning, education, Muslim-Christian relations, Syriac influence [Arabs], Syriac influence [Ethiopia], Najran, Athanasius Abu Ghalib, canon law, monastery of Mar Hanina, monastery of Mar Abai, monastery of Mar Mattay, monastery of Mar Zakkay, Jacob of Edessa, Simeon of Beth Arsham, Marutha of Tagrit, Ahoudemmeh of Tagrit, VII CE, Evagrius, Pseudo-Macarius.
Муравьев, АлексейВладимирович, ''“Мессалианский” миф IV-V вв. и его влияние на споры об аскетике в иранской Церкви Востока VII в. н.э.'', Вестник древней истории 4 (2010): 153-165.
Keywords: Late Antiquity, IV CE, V CE, VII CE, spirituality, asceticism, prayer, heterodoxy, heresiography, Messalianism, Julian Saba, Nestorian.
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