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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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Maalula Mar Maron Massora Modern Syriac mother 
Mabbug Mar Mattay Masud of Tur Abdin monasteries Mount Zion 
Macarius of Egypt Mar Micha material culture monastery Deir Zafaran mountain 
Maccabees Mar Narsai of Shahrqart mathematics monastery of Babai of Nisibis mourning 
Macedonians Mar Narsai the Ascetic matins monastery of Barqita Mt 1:1-17 
Madain Mar Pappos matter monastery of Bet Abhe Mt 1:16 
madrasha Mar Pinhas Matthew monastery of Bet Qoqa Mt 1:18-25 
Magi Mar Pusai Matthew of Edessa monastery of Gabriel of Qartmin Mt 10:42 
magic Mar Qardag Maurice monastery of Gabrona and Shmona Mt 11:11 
magic bowls Mar Qawme Maximus the Confessor monastery of Isaac of Nineveh Mt 11:27-29 
Mahoza Mar Quryaqos media monastery of John Nahlaya Mt 11:5-6 
Maipherqat Mar Sallara medicine monastery of John of Qanqal Mt 12:18 
Makkiha I Mar Sargis Medieval monastery of John the Arab Mt 12:24 
Malabar Mar Shabbay Melchizedek monastery of Mar Abai Mt 12:31-32 
Malachi Mar Shabur Meletius of Antioch monastery of Mar Aha Mt 12:43 
Malayalam Mar Shahdost Melitene monastery of Mar Ahha Mt 13 
Malke Bar Shushan Mar Shalita Melito monastery of Mar Awgen Mt 13:21 
Malula Mar Sovo Melkite monastery of Mar Azazel Mt 13:33 
Mamas of Caesarea Mar Tahmazgard Melkites monastery of Mar Barsauma Mt 13:3-9 
Mana of Rewardeshir Mar Talya of Cyrrhus memory monastery of Mar Bassus Mt 13:47-50 
Manasseh Mar Tataq memra monastery of Mar Behnam Mt 14 
Mandaeism Mar Tlaye of Tal Menander monastery of Mar Eliya Mt 15:21-28 
Mandylion Mar Yareth of Alexandria menologion monastery of Mar Gabriel Mt 15:5-11 
Mani Mar Yazdbozid menstruation monastery of Mar Hanina Mt 16:13 
Manichaeism Mar Yazdpaneh mercy Monastery of Mar Ishoyahb Mt 16:18 
manna Mar Yonan Merv monastery of Mar Jacob Mt 16:26-28 
manuscripts Mar Zaya Mesene monastery of Mar Malkha Mt 17:23-26 
maphrianat Mar Zeya Meskena de-Bet Arbaie monastery of Mar Maroun Mt 18:1-20 
maqama Mar Zuzaya Mesopotamia monastery of Mar Mattay Mt 18:14 
Mar Aba Mara bar Serapion Messalianism monastery of Mar Musa al-Habashi Mt 18:23-25 
Mar Aba I Maragha Messiah monastery of Mar Philoxenus Mt 2:1-12 
Mar Aba II of Kashkar Maranemmeh metalwork monastery of Mar Saba Mt 2:16-18 
Mar Abda Marcion metaphor monastery of Mar Yakub Mt 21:19-22 
Mar Abdisho Marcionism meteorology monastery of Mar Yohannan Qamulaya Mt 21:9 
Mar Abraham of Arbela Mardaites Methodius monastery of Mar Yonan Mt 22:15-16 
Mar Adona Mardin metrics monastery of Mar Zakkay Mt 22:2-13 
Mar Aha Marga metropoly monastery of Mqurtaya Mt 23:34 
Mar Asia Mari Micah monastery of Phesiltha Mt 23:35 
Mar Awgen Mari ibn Sulaiman Michael Badoqa monastery of Qenneshre Mt 25:1-13 
Mar Azziza Mari the Persian Michael of Malig monastery of Rabban Hormizd Mt 25:14-30 
Mar Babai the Scribe Mariam of Qidun Michael the Syrian monastery of Rabban Sapra Mt 25:31-46 
Mar Badma Maribas the Chaldean microcosm monastery of Rabban Shapur Mt 26 
Mar Barhadbeshabba Marina of Qannoubin midrash monastery of Sabrisho Mt 26:28 
Mar Barlaha Mariology Midyat monastery of Saydnaya Mt 27:24 
Mar Barshebya Mark the Monk Mihraqan Qadaq monastery of St Mark Mt 27:4 
Mar Bassus Markian of Bethlehem Mikha Gramkaya monastery of Tell Ada Mt 27:46 
Mar Behnam marmyata Miles monastery of Zobar Mt 27:52 
Mar Benjamin Maro milk monasticism Mt 3:17 
Mar Bishoi Maronite millenarism Mongols Mt 4:1-11 
Mar Denha I Maronites Mina Monophysitism Mt 5:25-34 
Mar Denha II marriage miracles Monotheletism Mt 5:3-8 
Mar Elijah of Hirta Martha mirror Montanism Mt 6:22 
Mar Emmeh Martinianus misogyny months Mt 7 
Mar Gregory Pirangushnasp martyrdom mission moon Muhammad 
Mar Guhishtazad Martyrdom of the Mimes Mithraism morphology Muhtasar al-Ahbar al-Biiyya 
Mar Habib martyrology Mk 10:17-25 mosaics Muhyi ad-Din al-Isfahani 
Mar Hanina martyrs Mk 12:42 Moses Mundhir III 
Mar John Nahlaya Martyrs of Najran Mk 14:22-24 Moses bar Kepha music 
Mar John of Qanqal Marutha of Maipherqat Mk 14:24 Moses of Inghilene Muslim-Christian relations 
Mar John the Arab Marutha of Tagrit Mk 4:3-9 Moses of Khoren myron 
Mar John the Egyptian Mary Mk 7:31-37 Moses of Mardin mystery 
Mar Khvadahoy Mary Magdalene Mlahso Moses of Nisibis mysticism 
Mar Main of Singar Masius Mlikh Mosul mythology
Mar Malkha mass-media 
Barsoum, Ignatius Aphram, History of the Monastery of Saint Matthew in Mosul. Publications of the Archdiocese of the Syriac Orthodox Church in the Eastern United States 2. Translated by Moosa, Matti. Piscataway, New Jersey: Gorgias Press, 2008.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, XIX-XXI CE, V CE, VI CE, VII CE, VIII CE, XX CE, Mosul, monasticism, monasteries, monastery of Mar Mattay, Maphrianat, Jacobite.
Bcheiry, Iskandar, ''I canoni di Mor Mattay 629'', Parole de l’Orient 33 (2008): 233-244.
Keywords: canon law, monastery of Mar Mattay, Jacobite.
Brock, Sebastian P., ''Monasticism in Iraq: The Cultural Contribution'', Pages 64-80 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: Babylonia, VII CE, VIII CE, monasticism, monasteries, monastery of Mar Mattay, monastery of Sabrisho, monastery of Rabban Hormizd, monastery of Mar Behnam, Jacobite, Nestorian.
Contadini, Anna, ''The Kitāb naʻt al-ḥayawān (Book on the Characteristics of Animals, BL, Or.2784) and the “Ibn Bakhtīshūʻ” Illustrated Bestiaries''. Ph.D. dissertation, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 1992.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Ubaydullah Ibn Gabriel Ibn Bochtisho, animals, art, illustrations, Greek philosophy, Aristotle, monastery of Mar Mattay, Mosul, Arab Christians, Nestorian.
Contadini, Anna, A World of Beasts: A Thirteenth-Century Illustrated Arabic Book on Animals (the Kitāb Na‘t al-Ḥayawān)in the Ibn Bakhtīshū‘ Tradition. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2012.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Ubaydullah Ibn Gabriel Ibn Bochtisho, science, animals, art, illustrations, monastery of Mar Mattay, Mosul, Arab Christians, Nestorian.
Fiey, Jean-Maurice, ''Le démembrement de Bā Nūhadra. Notes sur les avatars des diocèses de la plaine de Ninive'', L’Orient Syrien 6 (1961): 353-384.
Keywords: geography, topography, Bet Nuhadre, diocese, clergy, bishops, Mosul, Jacobites, Nestorian, monastery of Mar Mattay.
Fiey, Jean-Maurice, Assyrie chrétienne. Contribution à l’étude de l’histoire et de la géographie ecclésiastiques et monastiques du nord de I’Iraq. Recherches publiées sous la direction de l’lnstitut de lettres orientales de Beyrouth 22, 34, 42. Beyrouth: Imprimerie catholique, 1965, 1968.
Keywords: monasticism, history, geography, topography, Adiabene, Arbela, Marga, Bet Nuhadre, Nineveh, Bet Garmai, Bet Aramaye, Basrah, Mar Behnam, Mar Elijah of Hirta, diocese, administration, monasticism, monasteries, Monastery of Mar Behnam, Monastery of Mar Eliya, Monastery of Mar Hanina, Monastery of Mar Ishoyahb, Monastery of Mar Mattay, villages, Nestorian, Jacobite.
Fiey, Jean-Maurice, ''Les diocèses du “Maphrianat” syrien, 629–1860'', Parole de l’Orient 5 (1974): 133-164, 331-393; 8 (1977-1978), 347-378.
Keywords: VII CE, XIX CE, Jacobites, history, geography, topography, Maphrianat, diocese, monastery of Mar Mattay, bishops.
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.
Jacob, Thomas, ''Das Kloster Mār Mattai und seine Bedeutung für die Geschichte der Syrisch-Orthodoxen Kirche (von der Spätantike bis ins 13. Jh.), mit Edition und quellengeschichtlicher Untersuchung der Mār Mattai-Legende''. Ph.D. dissertation, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, 2003.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, monasticism, hagiography, Mar Mattay, monastery of Mar Mattay, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + German translation.
Jacob, Thomas, Das Kloster Mār Mattai und seine Bedeutung für die Geschichte der Syrisch-Orthodoxen Kirche (von der Spätantike bis ins 13. Jh.), mit Edition und quellengeschichtlicher Untersuchung der Mār Mattai-Legende. Hallesche Beiträge zur Orientwissenschaft 46. Halle an der Salle: Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, 2012.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, hagiography, Mar Mattay, Mar Behnam, Julian, monasticism, monasteries, monastery of Mar Mattay, Amida, Maphrianat, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + German translation.
Mar Ignatius Jacoub III,, History of the Monastery of Saint Matthew in Mosul. Publications of the Archdiocese of the Syriac Orthodox Church in the Eastern United States 2. Translated by Moosa, Matti. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2008.
Keywords: V CE, VI CE, VII CE, VIII CE, XX CE, XIX-XXI CE, monasticism, monasteries, Monastery of Mar Mattay, Jacobite.
Mazzola, Marianna, ''Centralism and Local Tradition: A Reappraisal of the Sources on the Metropolis of Tagrit and Mor Matay'', Le Muséon 132:3-4 (2019): 399-413.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Tagrit, metropoly, monasticism, monasteries, Monastery of Mar Mattay, Jacobite.
Sauma, Assad, ''Sorne Observations about the Syriac Story of Mar Behnam and His Sister Sarah'', Parole de l’Orient 40 (2015): 379-403.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, Mar Behnam, Persian martyrs, saints, hagiography, martyrdom, Ancient Near East, Sennacherib, liturgics, Mosul, monastery of Mar Mattay, Jacobite.
Schrier, Omert J., ''The Name and Function of Jacob Bar Shakko: Notes on the History of the Monastery of Mar Mattay'', Pages 215-228 in V Symposium Syriacum, 1988: Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, 29-31 août 1988. Edited by Lavenant, René. Orientalia Christiana Analecta 236. Roma: Pontificium Institutum Studiorum Orientalium, 1990.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Jacob bar Shakko, monasteries, monastery of Mar Mattay, Jacobite.
Snelders, Bas, Identity and Christian-Muslim Interaction: Medieval Art of the Syrian Orthodox from the Mosul Area. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 198. Louvain: Peeters, 2010.
Keywords: IX CE, X CE, XII CE, XIII CE, Mosul, archaeology, art, iconography, frescoes, churches, illustrations, sculpture, metalwork, identity, Moses of Nisibis, monasticism, Deir al-Surian, monastery of Mar Mattay, monastery of Mar Behnam, Muslim-Christian relations, Jacobite.
Stahl, Martin and Kaufhold, Hubert, ''Die Mönchskanones des Klosters Mār Mattai im Nordirak (Hs. WienMech. syr. 1): Syrischer Text und deutsche Übersetzung'', Oriens Christianus 103 (2020): 58-114.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, monasticism, monasteries, monastery of Mar Mattay, canon law, Jacobite, primary sources [Syriac] + German translation.
van Vossel, Vincent, ''Couvents du Nord de l’Iraq. Impressions d’une visite en 2012'', Orientalia Christiana Periodica 80:1 (2014): 35-85.
Keywords: XIX-XXI CE, XXI CE, Iraq, archaeology, monasticism, monasteries, monastery of Mar Mattay, monastery of Mar Behnam, monastery of Rabban Hormizd, Jacobite, Chaldeans, Roman Catholic.
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.
Vööbus, Arthur, ''Reorganisierung der Westsyrischen Kirche in Persien. Neues Licht aus einer sehr wertvollen Urkunde'', Oriens Christianus 51 (1967): 106-111.
Keywords: VI CE, VII CE, monasticism, monastery of Mar Mattay, canon law, Iran, Tagrit, Maphrianat, clergy, Jacobite.
Vööbus, Arthur, Syrische Kanonessammlungen: Ein Beitrag zur Quellenkunde, I: Westsyrische Originalurkunden, 1, A-B. CSCO 307, 317, Subs. 35, 38. Louvain: Secrétariat du CorpusSCO, 1970.
Keywords: IV-VII CE, VII-XVIII CE, V CE, VI CE, VII CE, VIII CE, canon law, councils, monasticism, ordination, question-and-answer, Rabbula, Simeon the Stylite, John of Tella, Philoxenus of Mabbug, Jacob of Edessa, Qyriaqos of Antioch, Athanasius II of Baladh, George, bishop of the Arabs, Theodosius of Antioch, Moses bar Kepha, Dionysius bar Salibhi, Michael the Syrian, Barhebraeus, Pseudo-Ephrem, Ephremiana [Syriac], monastery of Mar Mattay, monastery of Mar Hanina, Jacobite.
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