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Rome et l'Église syrienne-maronite d'Antioche (517-1531)

Thèses, documents, lettres
ISBN: 978-1-61719-500-6
This volume constitutes a documentary history of the Maronites and their relationship to Rome from the 6th to the 16th century. The author provides texts in Latin, Arabic, Syriac, and French to illustrate this history.

A Dictionary of the Targumim

The Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi and the Midrashic Literature
Compiled by Marcus Jastrow
ISBN: 978-1-61143-498-9
A splendid dictionary intended for the early Rabbinic commentaries and exegesis of the Hebrew Testament: the Gemara, the Mishnah, and the Talmud.

The Syrian Famine and the Armenian Atrocities

ISBN: 978-1-61143-580-1
Thérèse Philippe Bresse offers a lecture in which she informs her audience of her first hand account of the suffering of Syrian and Armenian people in the early twentieth century and appeals for their help in liberating them.

La version syriaque de l’Octateuque de Clément

Traduite en français
Translation and Introduction by François Nau
ISBN: 978-1-61719-200-5
François Nau (1864–1931) in this volume gives a French translation of the so-called Octateuch of Clement from Syriac, which has many parallels with other canonical literature such as the Apostolic Constitutions and the Canons of Hippolytus.

The Nestorian Monument in China

By Yoshiro Saeki; Foreword by Lord William Gascoyne-Cecil; Introduction by A. H. Sayce
ISBN: 978-1-61143-838-3
The text in Chinese and Syriac, with English translation and notes, of the Nestorian Stele, set up in Changan in 781, with a history of the Nestorian Christians of China and their final state as a secret society.

Inscriptions sémitiques de la Syrie, de la Mésopotamie et de la région de Mossoul

Edited and Translated by Henri Pognon
ISBN: 978-1-61719-418-4
This impressive volume is a collection of inscriptions, mostly Syriac, but also two in Akkadian and some in Aramaic, collected by Pognon during travels in the Middle East. They are accompanied with detailed notes and French translations.

Lexidion et Onomasticon Codicis Nasaraei, cui Liber Adami Nomen

Mandaic-Latin Lexicon and Onomasticon to the Ginza (Liber Adami)
ISBN: 978-1-61719-398-9
This volume contains Norberg's Lexicon and Onomasticon—a descriptive and annotated list of the proper names—to the Mandaic cosmological work called the Ginza, or Sidra Rabba, also known as the Liber Adami (as here).

Bardesanes Gnosticus Syrorum Primus Hymnologus

Commentatio Historico-Theologica
ISBN: 978-1-61719-230-2
August Hahn (1792-1863) here presents an early study of the famous marginal figure of early Christianity, Bardaisan. As is evident from the title of the book, Hahn is most concerned with Bardaisan as a hymnographer and a gnostic.

Three Syriac Law codes

Richterliche Urteile des Patriarchen Chenanischo; Gesetzbuch des Patriachen Timotheos; Gesetzbuch des Patriachen Jesubarnun
Edited and Translated by Eduard Sachau
ISBN: 978-1-61719-189-3
Three Syriac law codes issued by Syriac Patriarchs under Muslim rule; they include ecclesiastical and civil law with a German translation.

Colloquial Syriac

As Spoken by the Assyrian Levies
Compiled by Lieutenant R. Hart
ISBN: 978-1-61719-184-8
Guide, grammar, and phrasebook of Eastern Syriac as spoken by the native populace, written for officers in the British Mandate of Iraq so they could understand the language of the native military forces in the area.