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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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Qalat Naym Qartmin question-and-answer Quqites Qyriaqos of Antioch 
Qalat Siman Qasr Serij Questions of Simon Kepha Quran Qyriaqos of Behnessa 
Qara Qenneshre Qumran Quzuq Qyriaqos of Mardin 
Qara Quzaq quarry quotations Qyriaqos bar Shamuna Qyriaqos of Nisibis 
Qaraqosh Queen Melisende Quq Qyriaqos of Amid Qyriaqos of Tagrit
Qardu Queen of Sheba 
Faust, Noam and Lampitelli, Nicola, ''Virtual Length and the Two I's of Qaraqosh Neo-Aramaic'', Journal of Semitic Studies 65:1 (2020): 35-60.
Keywords: Syriac language, Modern Syriac, grammar, verb, phonology, Qaraqosh.
Gutman, Ariel, ''Attributive Constructions in North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic: Areal, Typological and Historical Perspectives''. Ph.D. dissertation, Universität Konstanz, 2016.
Keywords: Syriac language, Classical Syriac, Modern Syriac, grammar, syntax, Qaraqosh.
Gutman, Ariel, Attributive Constructions in North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic. Studies in Diversity Linguistics 15. Berlin: Language Science Press, 2018.
Keywords: Syriac language, Classical Syriac, Modern Syriac, grammar, syntax, Qaraqosh.
Harrak, Amir, ''Commemorating Church History in the Ottoman Era: Monumental Architecture and Art'', Pages 165-186 in The Christian Heritage of Iraq: Collected Papers from the Christianity of Iraq I-V Seminar Days. Edited by Hunter, Erica C.D.. Gorgias Eastern Christian Studies 13. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2009.
Keywords: Ottoman empire, XVIII CE, Mosul, Qaraqosh, war, churches, St Sergius and Bacchus, Mary, Muslim-Christian relations, Jacobite.
Harrak, Amir, Syriac and Garshuni Inscriptions of Iraq. Recueil des inscriptions syriaques 2. Paris: De Boccard, 2010.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIX-XXI CE, Mesopotamia, Babylonia, Iraq, Mosul, Qaraqosh, Alqosh, Tagrit, monastery of Mar Mattay, archaeology, churches, epigraphics, inscriptions [Syriac], inscriptions [Arabic], Karshuni, Chaldeans, Nestorian, Jacobite.
Khan, Geoffrey, The Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Qaraqosh. Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics 36. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2002.
Keywords: XIX-XXI CE, Syriac language, Modern Syriac, Qaraqosh, grammar, phonology, syntax, verb, lexicography, folklore, Nativity, food, Mar Behnam, primary sources [Syriac] + English translation.
Khan, Geoffrey, ''Remarks on the Historical Development and Syntax of the Copula in North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic Dialects'', Aramaic Studies 16:2 (2018): 234-269.
Keywords: Syriac language, Modern Syriac, Barwar, Qaraqosh, grammar, syntax.
Khan, Geoffrey, ''The Neo-Aramaic Dialects of Northern Iraq'', Pages 305-353 in The Languages and Linguistics of Western Asia. Edited by Haig, Geoffrey and Khan, Geoffrey. World of Linguistics 6. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2019.
Keywords: Syriac language, Modern Syriac, Iraq, Qaraqosh, Barwar.
Muhamad Amen, Narmen Ali, ''Les églises et monastères du “Kurdistan irakien” à la veille et au lendemain de l’Islam''. Thèse de doctorat, Université de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, 2001.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, Iraq, Kurdistan, Tur Abdin, Mosul, Alqosh, Karka de Beth Selok, Qaraqosh, Qartmin, Nisibis, Mardin, Hah, archaeology, churches, architecture, monasteries, Monastery Deir Zafaran, Monastery of Gabriel of Qartmin, Kurds, Muslim-Christian relations, Nestorian.
Sargsyan, Gagik G. and Harrak, Amir, ''Armenian Inscriptions and Graffiti at the Monastery of Mar Behnam and in Qaraqosh'', Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies 15 (2015): 17-32.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Armenia], archaeology, epigraphics, inscriptions [Armenian], monasteries, Monastery of Mar Behnam, Qaraqosh.
Snelders, Bas, ''A Newly Discovered Wall Painting in the Church of Mar Giworgis in Qaraqosh, Iraq'', Eastern Christian Art 4 (2007): 27-48.
Keywords: Qaraqosh, churches, archaeology, art, frescoes, iconography, St George, baptism, Epiphany.
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