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A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SYRIAC CHRISTIANITY

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Saadia Gaon Sergius the Grammarian singleness St Euphemia stars 
Sabbath Sergius the Stylite Sirrin St Euphrosyne Stephan al-Duwayhi 
Sabians Sermon on the Mount Sixtus of Rome St Eustathius Stephen bar Sudaile 
Sabrisho bar Paulos serpent slavery St Febronia Stephen of Alqosh 
Sabrisho I Serrin Slavs St George Stephen of Hierapolis 
Sabrisho II Seth sleep St George Mihrangushnasp Stephen the Protomartyr 
Sabrisho V Ibn Masihi Seven Sleepers of Ephesus Sliba de Mansourya St Golinduch Stobaeus 
Sabur ibn Sahl Severian of Gabala smell St Hedesis Stoicism 
sacraments Severus bar Mashqa society St Hilaria Stomathalassa 
sacrifice Severus of Antioch sociolinguistics St Irene stones 
Sadducees Severus of Edessa sociology St Jacob the Cut-Up Story of Paul the Priest and Satan 
Sadoth Severus Sebokht Socotra St Jacob the Recluse Struggle of Adam 
Sahdona Severus the Monk Socrates St Jacob the Wandering Monk stylites 
Said bar Sabuni Sextus Socrates Scholasticus St Jazdanucht Succensus of Diocaesarea 
saints sexuality Sogdians St John succession 
Saladin Shahdost of Tirhan soghitha St Joseph suffering 
Salah Shahpuhr I Solomon St Juventim Sulemaniyya 
Salamias Shahpuhr II Solomon of Ashluh St Leontius Sumatar Harabesi 
Saliba ibn Yuhanna Shahpuhr III Solomon of Basrah St Leontius of Tripoli sun 
salt shame Song of Songs St Mahduht Sunday 
Samuel Shamli Song of the Pearl St Malchus Sureth 
Samuel of Eshtin Sharbel Machluf Sophanene St Malchus of Clysma Surin 
Sanctus Shehimo Sophronius of Jerusalem St Marina Susa 
Sarah shekhina Sophronius of Tella St Mark of Tarmaqa Susanna 
sarcophagos Shem soteriology St Martyrianus Suster 
Sassanians Shenute soul St Mary the slave of Tertullius symbols 
Satan ship Sourin the Interpreter St Maurice Symmachus 
Saturninus Shirin South Arabia St Maxim and Demetrios synagogues 
scholia Shubhalmaran Sozomen St Maximin synaxaries 
schools Sibylline Oracles space St Moses the Robber syncretism 
science Sidon spirit St Nicholas Synesius of Cyrene 
scribes silence spirituality St Nisima syntax 
sculpture silk St Agapius St Onesima Syria 
sea Silvan of Qardu St Agnes St Pantaleon Syriac 
seal Simeon bar Sabbae St Alexis St Pelagia Syriac influence 
seals Simeon of Ada St Anastasia St Pethion Syriac influence [Arabs] 
secular Simeon of Beth Arsham St Apian St Philemon Syriac influence [Armenia] 
Secundus Simeon of Edessa St Archelides St Phocas of Sinope Syriac influence [Byzantine church] 
Sedre Simeon of Hisn Mansur St Atom St Rafka Syriac influence [Central Asia] 
Seert Simeon of Kefar Abdin St Azazail St Romanos Syriac influence [China] 
Segestan Simeon of Mesopotamia St Babylas St Serapion Syriac influence [Egypt] 
Seharbokht Simeon of Nisibis St Bacchus St Sergius Syriac influence [Ethiopia] 
Seir Simeon of Rewardeshir St Barbara St Sergius and Bacchus Syriac influence [Europe] 
Seleucia-Ctesiphon Simeon of Samosata St Bardishoy St Sergius the Hermit Syriac influence [Georgia] 
self-references Simeon of Shanqlabad St Barsamya St Shalita Syriac influence [India] 
semantron Simeon of Taibutheh St Candida St Sharbil Syriac influence [Judaism] 
Senaya Simeon of the Olives St Carion St Silvanos Syriac influence [Kurds] 
Sennacherib Simeon Salos St Christopher St Silvester Syriac influence [Persia] 
senses Simeon Stylites the Younger St Cosmas and Damian St Sophia Syriac influence [Slavs] 
sentence Simeon the Persecuted St Crescens of Myra St Tarbo Syriac language 
Sentences of Sextus Simeon the Potter St Cyprian and Justa St Thallelaios Syriac studies 
Septuagint Simeon the Righteous St Cyriacus St Thecla Syriacisms 
Serapion of Thmuis Simeon the Stylite St Daniel St Theodore Syro-Armenian 
Sergius I Simon Magus St Dioscore St Theodosia Syro-Catholics 
Sergius of Azerbaijan sin St Domitius St Theodota Syro-Coptic 
Sergius of Elam Sinai St Drusis St Theonilla Syro-Hexapla 
Sergius of Hah Sindbad St Eleutherios St Timothy Syro-Malabar 
Sergius of Hirta Singar St Elian St Zacharias Syro-Malankar 
Sergius of Reshaina singing St Eugenia St Zaya Syro-Roman Lawbook
Abousamra, Gaby and Lemaire, André, ''Une plaque syriaque d’un métropolite'', Le Muséon 131:3-4 (2018): 381-389.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], archaeology, metalwork, bishops, inscriptions [Syriac], Nestorian.
Altheim, Franz, ''Nestorianische Mission, Merw Stadt der Übersetzer, Rabban Saumas Reise nach dem Westen 1287-1288'', Pages 190-217 in Geschichte der Hunnen. Edited by Idem,. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1959-1962.
Keywords: Syriac influence [Central Asia], XIII CE, VII-XVIII CE, Huns, mission, Merv, Rabban Sauma, translations from Greek, translations into Syriac, Greek philosophy, Democrites, Jacobite, Nestorian.
Andreas, Friedrich C., ''Bruchstücke einer Pehlevi-Übersetzung der Psalmen aus der Sassanidenzeit'', Sitzungsberichte der Königlich preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, philosophisch-historische Klasse 8 (1910): 869-872.
Keywords: Old Testament, Psalms, Syriac influence [Persia], Syriac influence [Central Asia], translations from Syriac, translations into Persian, primary sources [Persian], Nestorian.
Andreas, Friedrich C. and Barr, Kaj, ''Bruchstücke einer Pehlevi-Übersetzung der Psalmen aus der Sassanidenzeit'', Sitzungsberichte der Königlich preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, philosophisch-historische Klasse 1 (1933): 91-152.
Keywords: Old Testament, Psalms, Syriac influence [Persia], Syriac influence [Central Asia], translations from Syriac, translations into Persian, primary sources [Persian], Nestorian.
Antony, Martin Thomas and Mailaparampil, Mathew, ''The Pahlavi Inscribed Processional Cross of Herat, Afghanistan and the Pahlavi Crosses of South India: A Comparative Study of Religio-Cultural Traditions of the Churches of India and Parthia'', The Harp 32 (2017): 259-296.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Syriac influence [India], India, archaeology, inscriptions [Persian], cross, Nestorian.
Ashurov, Barakatullo, ''Tarsākyā:An Analysis of Sogdian Christianity Based on Archaeological, Numismatic, Epigraphic and Textual Sources''. Ph.D. dissertation, SOAS, University of London, 2013.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, VIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, Urgut, archaeology, churches, architecture, material culture, coins, pottery, cross, Nestorian.
Ashurov, Barakatullo, ''Inculturation matérielle de l’Église d’Orient en Asie centrale: témoignages archéologiques'', Pages 161-184 in Le christianisme syriaque en Asie Centrale et en Chine. Edited by Borbone, Pier Giorgio and Marsone, Pierre. Études syriaques 12. Paris: Geuthner, 2015.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, archaeology, Nestorian.
Ashurov, Barakatullo, ''Sogdian Christian Texts: Socio-Cultural Observations'', Archiv Orientální 83:1 (2015): 53-70.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, Nestorian.
Ashurov, Barakatullo, ''Sogdian Christian Texts: The Manifestation of “Sogdian Christianity”'', Manuscripta Orientalia: International Journal for Oriental Manuscript Research 21:1 (2015): 3-17.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian, translation, Nestorian.
Ashurov, Barakatullo, ''Sogdian Christian Texts: Complex-Codicological Survey'', ВестникТаджикского Национального Университета, Серия Филологических Наук 4:7 [217] (2016): 21-26.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, codicology, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian, Nestorian.
Ashurov, Barakatullo, ''Text and Manuscript: On Succession and Preservation of Syrian Literature in Sughdian Christian Texts'', Khujand State University, Scinentific Notes 1 [50] (2017): 137-143.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian, Nestorian.
Ashurov, Barakatullo, ''‘Sogdian Christianity’: Evidence from Architecture and Material Culture'', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society III, 29:1 (2019): 127-168.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, VIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, Urgut, archaeology, churches, architecture, material culture, metalwork, pottery, incense, art, cross, Nestorian.
Asmussen, Jes P., ''The Pahlavi Psalm 122 in English'', Pages 123-126 in Dr. J. M. Unvala Memorial Volume. Edited by Sami, Ali. Bombay: Kaikhusroo M. Jamaspasa, 1964.
Keywords: Old Testament, Psalms, Ps 122, Syriac influence [Persia], Syriac influence [Central Asia], translations from Syriac, translations into Persian, Nestorian.
Asmussen, Jes P., ''The Sogdian and Uighur-Turkish Christian Literature in Central Asia before the Real Rise of Islam: A Survey'', Pages 11-29 in Indological and Buddhist Studies: Volume in Honour of Professor J.W. de Jong on his Sixtieth Birthday. Edited by Hercus, L.A. and Kuiper, F.B.J. and Rajapatirana, T. and Skrzypczak, E.R.. Delhi: Sri Satguru, 1982.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], translations from Syriac, Sogdians, Turkestan, Iran, mission, Turkish, Turks, Uighurs, Nestorian.
Băncilă, Ionuţ Daniel, ''Christian Sogdian Literature – an Overview'', Studia Asiatica 10 (2009): 233-262.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, liturgics, hagiography, Persian martyrs, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian, Nestorian.
Bang, Willy, ''Türkische Bruchstücke einer nestorianischen Georgspassion'', Le Muséon 39 (1926): 41-75.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Turks, hagiography, St George, translations from Syriac, translations into Turkic, Nestorian.
Barbati, Chiara, ''Christian Sogdian Manuscript C5 as an Example of “Translation Literature”: Work in Progress'', Pages 1-10 in Ancient and Middle Iranian Studies: Proceedings of the 6th European Conference of Iranian Studies, Held in Vienna, 18-22 September 2007. Edited by Macuch, Maria and Weber, Dieter and Durkin-Meisterernst, Desmond. Iranica 19. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2010.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, New Testament, lectionary, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian.
Barbati, Chiara, ''Codicological Issues in Exploring the Christian Sogdian Manuscript Tradition'', Gazette du livre médiéval 61 (2014): 20-35.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, codicology, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian, Nestorian.
Barbati, Chiara, ''Notes on Christian Sogdian Terminology with Special Reference to the Sogdian Gospel Lectionary C 5'', Nāme-ye Irān-e Bāstān 12:1-2 (2014): 105-120.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, liturgics, lectionary, New Testament, Gospels, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian, Nestorian.
Barbati, Chiara, ''The Emergence of the Allographic Phenomenon within the Christian Sogdian Tradition'', Pages 257-278 in Scripts Beyond Borders: A Survey of Allographic Traditions in the Euro-Mediterranean World. Edited by den Heijer, Johannes and Schmidt, Andrea B. and Pataridze, Tamara. Publications de l’Institut Orientaliste de Louvain 62. Louvain: Peeters, 2014.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Syriac language, Sogdians, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian, Nestorian.
Barbati, Chiara, ''La documentation sogdienne chrétienne et le monastère de Bulayïq'', Pages 89-120 in Le christianisme syriaque en Asie Centrale et en Chine. Edited by Borbone, Pier Giorgio and Marsone, Pierre. Études syriaques 12. Paris: Geuthner, 2015.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], archaeology, monasteries, Bulayiq, Sogdians, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian, Nestorian.
Barbati, Chiara, ''Syriac into Middle Iranian: A Translation Studies Approach to Sogdian and Pahlavi Manuscripts within the Church of the East'', Open Linguistics 1 (2015): 444-457.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Persia], Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, Turfan, translation, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian, translations into Persian, Nestorian.
Barbati, Chiara, The Christian Sogdian Gospel Lectionary E5 in Context. Sitzungsberichte der philosophisch-historischen Klasse 874, Veröffentlichungen zur Iranistik 81. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2016.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XI CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, Turfan, liturgics, lectionary, New Testament, Gospels, codicology, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian, Nestorian, primary sources [Sogdian] + English translation.
Barbati, Chiara, ''On the Numbering of Quires in the Christian Sogdian and Syriac Manuscript Fragments in the Turfan Collection (Berlin) and the Krotkov Collection (St. Petersburg)'', Written Monuments of the Orient 2 [8] (2018): 92-133.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Turfan, Sogdians, manuscripts, codicology, Nestorian.
Barthold, Vasilij Vladimirovic, Zur Geschichte des Christentums in Mittel-Asien bis zur mongolischen Eroberung. Translated by Stübe, Rudolph. Tübingen / Leipzig: J.C.B. Mohr, 1901.
Keywords: Syriac influence [Central Asia], Turks, history, Nestorian.
Baum, Wilhelm and Winkler, Dietmar W., Die Apostolische Kirche des Ostens: Geschichte der sogenannten Nestorianer. Einführung in das orientalisches Christentum 1. Klagenfurt: Kitab, 2000.
Keywords: Nestorians, history, general, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Syriac influence [China], XIX-XXI CE, Western mission, Mongols, Muslim-Christian relations, XX CE.
Baum, Wilhelm, ''Die Mongolen und das Christentum'', Pages 13-52 in Caucasus during the Mongol Period ‒ Der Kaukasus in der Mongolenzeit. Edited by Tubach, Jürgen and Vashalomidze, G. Sophia and Zimmer, Manfred. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, 2012.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Mongols, Nestorians.
Baumer, Christoph, Frühes Christentum zwischen Euphrat und Jangtse. Eine Zeitreise entlang der Seidenstrasse zur Kirche des Ostens. Stuttgart: Urachhaus, 2005.
Keywords: Nestorians, history, general, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Syriac influence [China].
Baumer, Christoph, The Church of the East: An Illustrated History of Assyrian Christianity. Translated by Henry, Miranda G.. London / New York: I.B. Tauris, 2006.
Keywords: Nestorians, history, general, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Syriac influence [China].
Baumstark, Anton, ''Die christlich-literarischen Turfan-Funde'', Oriens Christianus NS 3 (1913): 328-332.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Turfan, Nestorian.
Baumstark, Anton, ''Neue soghdisch-nestorianische Bruchstücke'', Oriens Christianus 4 (1915): 123-128.
Keywords: Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, Nestorian.
Bedjan, Paulus, ed. Histoire de Mar-Jabalaha, de trois autres patriarches, d’un prêtre et de deux laïques nestoriens. Paris: Otto Harrassowitz, 1893.
Keywords: Syriac influence [Central Asia], XIV CE, historiography, hagiography, Persian martyrs, Mar Aba I, Rabban Sauma, Yahbalaha III, Mar Gregory Pirangushnasp, Mar Yazdpaneh, Babai the Great, St George Mihrangushnasp, Nestorian, primary sources [Syriac].
Benveniste, Émile, ''Fragments des Actes de Saint Georges en version sogdienne'', Journal asiatique 234 (1943-1945): 91-116.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], saints, hagiography, St George, Sogdians, translations from Syriac, translations into Sogdian, Nestorian, primary sources [Sogdian] + French translation.
Benveniste, Émile, ''Le vocabulaire chrétien dans les langues d’Asie centrale'', Pages 85-92 in Atti del convegno internazionale sul tema “L’Oriente cristiano nella storia della civiltà”, Roma 31 marzo‒3 aprile 1963, Firenze 4 aprile 1963. Problemi attuali di scienza e di cultura 62. Roma: Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, 1964.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Sogdians, Syriac language, Syriacisms.
Biscione, Raffaele, ''The So-Called ‘Nestorian Seals’: Connection between Ordos and Middle Asia in Middle-Late Bronze Age'', Pages 95-109 in Orientalia Iosephi Tucci memoriae dicata. Edited by Gnoli, Gherardo and Lanciotti, Lionello. Serie Orientale Roma 56. Roma: Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 1985.
Keywords: Syriac influence [Central Asia], archaeology, cross, Nestorian.
Blochet, Edgar, ''La conquête des états nestoriens de l’Asie Centrale par les shiïtes'', Revue de l’Orient chrétien 25 (1925-1926): 3-31.
Keywords: Syriac influence [Central Asia], Muslim-Christian relations, Nestorian, history.
Bonin, Charles-Eudes, ''Note sur les anciennes chrétientés nestoriennes de l’Asie centrale'', Journal asiatique IX, 15 (1900): 584-592.
Keywords: Syriac influence [Central Asia], Nestorian, XIV CE.
Borbone, Pier Giorgio, Storia di Mar Yahballaha e di Rabban Sauma. Un orientale in Occidente ai tempi di Marco Polo. Torino: S. Zamorani, 2000.
Keywords: Syriac influence [Central Asia], XIII CE, XIV CE, Yahbalaha III, Rabban Sauma, Nestorian, Mongols, primary sources [Syriac] - Italian translation.
Borbone, Pier Giorgio, ''I vangeli per la principessa Sara. Un manoscritto siriaco crisografato, gli Öngüt cristiani e il principe Giorgio'', Egitto e Vicino Oriente 26 (2003): 63-82.
Keywords: New Testament, Gospels, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Turks, Nestorian.
Borbone, Pier Giorgio, ''Aspetti del cristianesimo dei turco-mongoli alla luce delle fonti letterarie ed epigrafiche siriache. La “Storia di Mar Yaballaha e di Rabban Sauma”'', Pages 191-208 in I Mongoli dal Pacifico al Mediterraneo. Atti del convegno internazionale, Genova, Pal. Spinola, 7-8 maggio 2002. Edited by Airaldi, Gabriella and Mortari Vergara Caffarelli, Paola and Parodi, Laura Emilia. Genova: ECIG, 2004.
Keywords: VII-XVIII CE, XIII CE, XIV CE, Yahbalaha III, Rabban Sauma, Syriac influence [Central Asia], Turks, Mongols, archaeology, inscriptions [Turkic], Nestorian.
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