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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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Nabateans natural disasters Nestorian Ninevites novel 
Nag Hammadi nature Nestorians Nisan NT apocrypha 
Nahum Nebo Nestorius Nishapur Nubia 
Najran Nebuchadnezzar Nestorius of Nuhadra Nisibis Num 12:1 
names Nehemiah New Testament Noah Num 12:3 
Narcissus of Qantus Nemesius of Emesa Nicaea nocturns Num 19:1-12 
Narsai neologisms Nicolaus of Damascus nomads Num 21 
nationalism Neoplatonism Nilus of Ancyra Nonnus of Nisibis Numbers 
Nativity Nergal Nimrod Notitia Antiochena numerals
Natniel of Sirzor Nerses Shnorhali Nineveh 
Albert, Francis Xavier Edward, ''The School of Nisibis: Its History and Statutes'', Catholic University Bulletin 12 (1906): 160-181.
Keywords: Nisibis, schools, education.
Beck, Edmund, ed. Des heiligen Ephraem des Syrers Carmina Nisibena, I. CSCO 218-219, Syr. 92-93. Louvain: Secrétariat du CorpusSCO, 1961.
Keywords: IV CE, Ephrem, Hymns on Nisibis, poetry, Nisibis, madrasha, hymnography, primary sources [Syriac] + German translation.
Beck, Edmund, ed. Des heiligen Ephraem des Syrers Carmina Nisibena, II. CSCO 240-241, Syr. 102-103. Louvain: Secrétariat du CorpusSCO, 1963.
Keywords: IV CE, Ephrem, Hymns on Nisibis, poetry, Nisibis, madrasha, hymnography, primary sources [Syriac] + German translation.
Becker, Adam Howard, ''Bringing the Heavenly Academy Down to Earth: Approaches to the Imagery of Divine Pedagogy in the East Syrian Tradition'', Pages 174-191 in Heavenly Realms and Earthly Realities in Late Antique Religions. Edited by Boustan, Raanan S. and Reed, Annette Yoshiko. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Keywords: schools, education, heaven, Rabbinic Judaism, Babylonian Talmud, Theodore of Mopsuestia, VI CE, Nisibis, Jewish background, Jewish-Christian relations, Nestorian.
Becker, Adam Howard, ''Devotional Study: The School of Nisibis and the Development of ‘Scholastic’ Culture in Late Antique Mesopotamia''. Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton University, 2004.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, V CE, VI CE, VII CE, Nisibis, schools, education, monasticism, Theodore of Mopsuestia, Barhadbeshabba Arbaya, Nestorian, primary sources [Syriac] - English translation.
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.
Becker, Adam Howard, Sources for the Study of the School of Nisibis. Translated Texts for Historians 50. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2008.
Keywords: VI CE, Nisibis, education, schools, historiography, Simeon of Beth Arsham, Barhadbeshabba Arbaya, Surin, Porphyry, Jacobite, Nestorian, primary sources [Syriac] - English translation.
Belcher, Susannah, ''Ammianus Marcellinus and the Nisibene Handover of A.D. 363'', Pages 631-652 in War and Warfare in Late Antiquity. Edited by Sarantis, Alexander Constantine and Christie, Neil. Late Antique Archaeology 8.1-2. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2013.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, IV CE, Roman Syria, frontier, cities, Nisibis, war, Sassanians.
Bell, Gertrude Margaret Lowthian, The Churches and Monasteries of the Tûr ‘Abdîn and Neighbouring Districts. Heidelberg: Carl Winters Universitätsbuchhandlung, 1913.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, Tur Abdin, geography, topography, archaeology, architecture, churches, monasteries, monastery of Mar Awgen, monastery of Gabriel of Qartmin, monastery of Mar Yakub, monastery of Mar Azazel, monastery of Mar Philoxenus, monasticism, Nisibis, Amida, Qartmin, Jacobite.
Bell, Gertrude Margaret Lowthian and Mundell Mango, Marlia, The Churches and Monasteries of the Ṭur ‘Abdin. London: Pindar Press, 1982.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, Tur Abdin, geography, topography, archaeology, architecture, churches, monasteries, monastery of Mar Awgen, monastery of Gabriel of Qartmin, monastery of Mar Yakub, monastery of Mar Azazel, monastery of Mar Philoxenus, monasticism, Nisibis, Amida, Qartmin, Jacobite.
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.
Bettiolo, Paolo, ''Le scuole nella Chiesa siro-orientale: status quaestions e prospettive della ricerca'', Pages 17-46 in Le vie del sapere in ambito siro-mesopotamico dal III al IX secolo. Atti del convegno internazionale tenuto a Roma nei giorni 12-13 maggio 2011. Edited by Noce, Carla and Pampaloni, Massimo and Tavolieri, Claudia. Orientalia Christiana Analecta 293. Roma: Pontificio Istituto Orientale, 2013.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, education, schools, Nisibis, Nestorian.
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.
Bruns, Peter, ''Aristoteles-Rezeption und Entstehung einer syrischen Scholastik'', Pages 29-41 in Von Athen nach Bagdad. Zur Rezeption griechischer Philosophie von der Spätantike bis zum Islam. Edited by Bruns, Peter. Hereditas: Studien zur Alten Kirchengeschichte 22. Bonn: Borengässer, 2003.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, VII CE, Greek philosophy, Aristotle, Nisibis, Philoxenus of Mabbug, Babai the Great, translations from Greek, translations into Syriac, Jacobite, Nestorian.
Bumazhnov, Dmitry F., ''Eine exegetische Rechtfertigung des philosophischen Unterrichts an der theologischen Schule von Nisibis? Die Erschaffung der Welt nach Barḥadbšabba ‘Arbaya'', Pages 177-204 in Zwischen Exegese und religiöser Praxis: Heilige Texte von der Spätantike bis zum Klassischen Islam. Edited by Gemeinhardt, Peter. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, VII CE, Barhadbeshabba Arbaya, Old Testament, Genesis, exegesis, education, schools, Nisibis, Nestorian.
Bundy, David, ''The Life of Abercius: Its Significance for Early Syriac Christianity'', The Second Century 7:3 (1989-1990): 163-176.
Keywords: I-III CE, Abercius, Life of Abercius, Nisibis, II CE, hagiography, inscriptions [Greek], epigraphics, Marcionism.
Bundy, David, ''Jacob of Nisibis as a Model for the Episcopacy'', Le Muséon 104:3-4 (1991): 235-249.
Keywords: IV CE, Jacob of Nisibis, Nisibis, bishops, clergy, Ephrem, Theodoret of Cyrus, Syriac influence [Armenia].
Bundy, David, ''Vision for the City: Nisibis in Ephraem’s Hymns on Nicomedia'', Pages 189-206 in Religions of Late Antiquity in Practice. Edited by Valantasis, Richard. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2000.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, IV CE, Ephrem, Ephremiana [Armenian], Syriac influence [Armenia], Nisibis, cities, natural disasters, poetry, hymnography, Hymns on Nicomedia, primary sources [Armenian] - English translation.
Bundy, David, ''Bishop Vologese and the Persian Siege of Nisibis in 359 C.E.: A Study in Ephrem’s Mēmrē on Nicomedia'', Encounter 63:1-2 (2002): 55-63.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, IV CE, Ephrem, poetry, hymnography, Hymns on Nicomedia, cities, Nisibis, war, Sassanians, bishops, Vologese.
Burgess, Richard W., ''The Dates of the First Siege of Nisibis and the Death of James of Nisibis'', Byzantion 69 (1999): 7-17.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, IV CE, Byzantine Syria, frontier, war, cities, Nisibis, Jacob of Nisibis, Sassanians, Shahpuhr II.
Chabot, Jean Baptiste, ''L’école de Nisibe, son histoire, ses statuts'', Journal asiatique IX, 8 (1896): 43-93.
Keywords: VI CE, Nisibis, education, schools.
Chabot, Jean Baptiste, ''Narsai le docteur et les origines de l’école de Nisibe, d’après la chronique de Barhadbešabba'', Journal asiatique X, 6 (1905): 157-177.
Keywords: V CE, Narsai, Barhadbeshabba Arbaya, Nisibis, schools, education, primary sources [Syriac] - French translation.
Chapin, Richard Steven, ''Mesopotamian Scholasticism: A Comparison of the Jewish and Christian “Schools”''. Ph.D. dissertation, Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion (Ohio), 1990.
Keywords: V CE, VI CE, education, schools, Edessa, Nisibis, Abraham of Bet Rabban, Rabbinic Judaism, Jewish background, Nestorian.
Colless, Brian Edric, ''Education in the Ancient Syrian Church'', Milla wa-Milla: The Australian Bulletin of Comparative Religion 7 (1967): 21-30.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, education, schools, Nisibis, Nestorian.
Comfort, Anthony, ''Fortresses of the Tur Abdin and the Confrontation between Rome and Persia'', Anatolian Studies 67 (2017): 181-229.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, Byzantine Syria, Tur Abdin, archaeology, frontier, castles, Nisibis.
Debié, Muriel, ''Sciences et savants syriaques: une histoire multiculturelle'', Pages 9-66 in Les sciences en syriaque. Edited by Villey, Émilie. Études syriaques 11. Paris: Paul Geuthner, 2014.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, science, Greek philosophy, astrology, medicine, hospital, Hexaemeron, monastery of Qenneshre, Nisibis, Gundishapur, Baghdad, Hunayn ibn Ishaq, Theophilus of Edessa, Bochtisho, Muslim-Christian relations, translations from Greek, translations into Syriac, Jacobite, Nestorian.
Demir, Muzaffer and Keçiş, Murat, ''Nisibis at the Border of Romans and Sasanians between the Third and Fifth Centuries AD'', Tarih Araştırmaları Dergisi 36 [62] (2017): 1-29.
Keywords: I-III CE, IV-VII CE, IV CE, Roman Syria, cities, Nisibis, frontier, war.
Drijvers, Han J.W., ''Nisibis'', Pages 573-576 in Theologische Realenzyklopädie. Edited by Müller, Gerhard. Berlin / New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1994.
Keywords: Nisibis, cities.
el-Khoury, Nabil, ''Auswirkungen der Schule von Nisibis'', Oriens Christianus 59 (1975): 121-129.
Keywords: Nisibis, schools, education.
Falla Castelfranchi, Marina, Βαπτιστήρια: Intorno ai più noti battisteri dell’Oriente. Quaderni dell’Istituto di archeologia e storia antica 1. Roma: Editrice Viella, 1980.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, archaeology, baptistery, liturgics, sacraments, baptism, Nisibis, Qartmin.
Fiaccadori, Gianfranco, ''Cassiodorus and the School of Nisibis'', Dumbarton Oaks Papers 39 (1985): 135-137.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VI CE, Nisibis, education, schools, Syriac influence [Europe], Cassiodorus, Nestorian.
Fiey, Jean-Maurice, ''The Iraqi Section of the Abbasid Road Mosul-Nisibin'', Iraq 26 (1964): 106-117.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, geography, roads, Mosul, Nisibis.
Fiey, Jean-Maurice, ''Les évêques de Nisibe au temps de Saint Éphrem'', Parole de l’Orient 4 (1973): 123-135.
Keywords: IV CE, Nisibis, bishops, clergy, Ephrem, Jacob of Nisibis, Vologese, Abraham of Nisibis, Babu of Nisibis.
Fiey, Jean-Maurice, Nisibe, métropole syriaque orientale et ses suffragants des origines à nos jours. CSCO 388, Subs. 54. Louvain: Secrétariat du CorpusSCO, 1977.
Keywords: IV CE, V CE, VI CE, VII CE, VIII CE, IX CE, X CE, XI CE, XII CE, XIII CE, XIV CE, XV CE, XVI CE, XIX CE, XX CE, XIX-XXI CE, cities, Nisibis, metropoly, diocese, administration, clergy, bishops, monasticism, Jacob of Nisibis, Babu of Nisibis, Vologese, Abraham of Nisibis, Elias of Nisibis, Paul of Nisibis, Simeon of Nisibis, Ahadabuhi, Qyriaqos of Nisibis, Sabrisho I, Cyprian of Nisibis, Elias of Nisibis, Elijah III Abu Halim, Abdisho of Nisibis, Ishoyahb bar Malkon, Abraham of Kashkar, Barsauma of Nisibis, Mar Awgen, Mar Aha, Mar John the Egyptian, John of Bet Garmai, Mar Shalita, Mar John the Arab, Mar Yareth of Alexandria, monasteries, monastery of Mar Awgen, monastery of Mar Malkha, Mar Malkha, monastery Deir Zafaran, monastery of Babai of Nisibis, Babai of Nisibis, monastery of Rabban Sapra, Rabban Sapra, monastery of John the Arab, Mar John the Arab, monastery of Mar Jacob, monastery of John of Qanqal, Mar John of Qanqal, monastery of John Nahlaya, Mar John Nahlaya, monastery of Gabrona and Shmona, Bar Idta, Rabban Yozadaq, John the Persian, Mar Adona, monastery of Isaac of Nineveh, Mar Habib, Mar Bassus, ark, Noah.
Gaborit, Justine and Thébault, Gérard and Oruç, Abdurrahman, ''L’église Mar-Ya‘qub de Nisibe'', Pages 289-330 in Les églises en monde syriaques. Edited by Briquel-Chatonnet, Françoise. Études syriaques 10. Paris: Geuthner, 2013.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, archaeology, churches, Nisibis, Jacob of Nisibis, Nestorian.
Gafni, Isaiah M., ''Nestorian Literature as a Source for the History of the Babylonian Yeshivot'', Tarbiz 51:4 (1982): 567-576.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, Rabbinic Judaism, education, schools, Nisibis, Nestorian.
Gafni, Isaiah M., ''Nestorian Literature as a Source for the History of the Babylonian Yeshivot'', Pages 269-280 in Jews and Judaism in the Rabbinic Era: Image and Reality – History and Historiography. Edited by Idem. Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism 173. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2019.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, Rabbinic Judaism, education, schools, Nisibis, Nestorian.
Gero, Stephen, Barṣauma of Nisibis and Persian Christianity in the Fifth Century. CSCO 426, Subs. 63. Louvain: Peeters, 1981.
Keywords: V CE, Barsauma of Nisibis, Nisibis, schools, education, Narsai, monasticism, clergy, ecclesiology, ethics, marriage, Babowai, Aqaq, martyrdom, councils, Sassanians, Peroz I, persecution, Nestorian.
Gnoli, Tommaso, ''I papiri dell’Eufrate. Studio di geografia storica'', Mediterraneo antico 2:1 (1999): 321-358.
Keywords: I-III CE, III CE, Roman Syria, geography, papyri, cities, Edessa, Nisibis.
González Casado, Pilar, ''Las escuelas eclesiásticas siriacas, antepasados de las universidades cristiana e islámica'', Pages 229-250 in Palabra, sacramento y derecho: homenaje al cardenal Antonio Mª Rouco Varela. Edited by Aroztegui Esnaola, Manuel. Madrid: Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos, 2014.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, education, schools, Edessa, Nisibis, Nestorian.
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