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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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Rabban Gabriel Rahab repentance rite Romanos 
Rabban Petyon rain Reshaina rivers Romans 
Rabban Sapra Ram Hormizd resurrection roads Rome 
Rabban Sauma Ramisho the Interpreter Revelation Rom 5 Rufinus 
Rabban Shapur Ramla Revelation of Gregory Rom 5:12 Rufinus the Silver Merchant 
Rabban Sliba readers Revelation of Magi Rom 7 Rufus of Ephesus 
Rabban Yozadaq reason Revelations and Testimonies about Our Lord's Dispensation Rom 8 Rusafa 
Rabbinic Judaism redemption rewritten Roman Catholic Russia 
Rabbula relics rhetoric Roman empire Russian Orthodox 
Rabbula Gospels religion riddles Roman Syria Ruth
Rachel reliquary 
Baumstark, Anton, ''Orientalische Rombeschreibungen'', Oriens Christianus 1 (1901): 382-387.
Keywords: Italy, Rome, geography, travel.
Borbone, Pier Giorgio, ''From Tur ‘Abdin to Rome: The Syro-Orthodox Presence in Sixteenth-Century Rome'', Pages 277-287 in Syriac in Its Multi-Cultural Context: First International Syriac Studies Symposium, Mardin Artuklu University, Institute of Living Languages, 20-22 April 2012, Mardin. Edited by Teule, Herman G.B. and Keser-Kayaalp, Elif and Akalin, Kutlu and Doru, Nesim and Toprak, Mehmet Sait. Eastern Christian Studies 23. Leuven: Peeters, 2017.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XVI CE, Syriac influence [Europe], Rome, Roman Catholic, Ignatius Nimatallah, Jacobite.
Briquel, Dominique, Romulus vu de Constantinople. La réécriture de la légende dans le monde byzantin: Jean Malalas et ses successeurs. Collection Histoire et archéologie. Paris: Hermann, 2018.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, historiography, John Malalas, Diocles, Michael the Syrian, Chronicle of 1234, Greek literature, Roman empire, Rome, mythology, translations from Greek, translations into Syriac, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + French translation.
Clines, Robert John, ''Pope as Arbiter: The Place of Early Modern Rome in the Pan-Mediterranean Ecumenical Visions of Eastern Rite Christians'', Pages 55-88 in A Companion to Religious Minorities in Early Modern Rome. Edited by Wainwright, Matthew Coneys and Michelson, Emily. Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition 95. Leiden: Brill, 2021.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XVI CE, XVII CE, Western mission, Roman Catholic, Rome.
de Vries, Wilhelm, ''Die Ostkirche und die Cathedra Petri im IV. Jahrhundert'', Orientalia Christiana Periodica 40 (1974): 114-144.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, Rome, Julius of Rome, ecclesiology.
Drijvers, Jan Willem, ''Julian the Apostate and the City of Rome: Pagan-Christian Polemics in the Syriac Julian Romance'', Pages 1-20 in Syriac Polemics: Studies in Honour of Gerrit Jan Reinink. Edited by van Bekkum, Wout Jac. and Drijvers, Jan Willem and Klugkist, Alex C.. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 170. Leuven: Peeters, 2007.
Keywords: V CE, VI CE, Julian Romance, paganism, polemic, Julian, anti-Hellenism, Eusebius of Nicomedia, St Silvester, Rome.
Euringer, Sebastian, ''Zwei orientalische Epitaphien in San Michele in Sassia in Rom'', Oriens Christianus III, 8 [30] (1933): 161-163.
Keywords: Syriac influence [Europe], XVIII CE, Italy, Rome, archaeology, epigraphics, inscriptions [Syriac].
Fraenkel, Siegmund, ''Bemerkungen zu syrischen Texten'', Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 56 (1902): 98-100.
Keywords: Syriac language, Classical Syriac, lexicography, loan-words [Greek], Cave of Treasures, Michael the Syrian, Rome.
Guidi, Ignazio, ''Il testo siriaco della descrizione di Roma nella storia attribuita a Zaccaria Retore'', Bullettino della Commissione archeologica comunale di Roma II, 12:1 (1884): 218-239.
Keywords: VI CE, Pseudo-Zacharias, Zacharias Rhetor, historiography, Rome, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + Latin translation.
Hilkens, Andy, ''A New Fragment of the Narratives of Conon'', Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 56:4 (2016): 611-622.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XII CE, Michael the Syrian, historiography, Roman empire, Rome, Greek literature, Conon, Jacobite.
Lange, Christian, ''Rom wurde von Romulus gegründet – Einige Anmerkungen zur Darstellung der Gründung Roms in syrischen Geschichtswerken'', Pages 281-290 in Bibel, Byzanz und Christlicher Orient: Festschrift für Stephen Gerö zum 65. Geburtstag. Edited by Bumazhnov, Dimitrij and Grypeou, Emmanouela and Sailors, Timothy B. and Toepel, Alexander. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 187. Leuven: Peeters, 2011.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Elias of Nisibis, Michael the Syrian, Chronicle of 1234, Roman empire, Rome, cities, historiography, Nestorian, Jacobite.
Nestle, Eberhard, ''Die Anfänge des Christentums im Osten nach dem Patriarchen Timotheus'', Zeitschrift für Kirchengeschichte 26:1 (1905): 95-96.
Keywords: Timothy I, letters, Rome, Nestorian.
Pizzorusso, Giovanni, ''Les écoles de langue arabe et le milieu orientaliste autour de la congrégation De Propaganda Fide au temps d’Abraham Ecchellensis'', Pages 59-80 in Orientalisme, science et controverse: Abraham Ecchellensis (1605‒1664). Edited by Heyberger, Bernard. Bibliothèque de l’École des Hautes Études, Sciences religieuses 143. Turnhout: Brepols, 2010.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XVII CE, Abraham Ecchellensis, Syriac influence [Europe], Rome, Western mission, Roman Catholic, Arabic language, education, Arab Christians, Maronites.
Raphaël, Pierre, Le rôle du Collège maronite romain dans l’orientalisme aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. Beyrouth: Université Saint-Joseph, 1950.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XVII CE, XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Europe], Rome, education, Roman Catholic, Maronites.
Santus, Cesare, ''Giuseppe Simonio Assemani Consultore del Sant’Uffizio'', Parole de l’Orient 47 (2021): 175-190.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XVIII CE, Syriac studies, Assemani, Rome, Maronites.
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