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A Facsimile Edition of the Peshitto Old Testament Based on Codex Ambrosianus (7a1)


Translatio Syra Pescitto Veteris Testamenti: Ex codice Ambrosiano, Sec. fere VI


Edited with an Introduction by Antonio Maria Ceriani; Introduction by Emidio Vergani
This volume provides a facsimile of one of the oldest manuscripts of the standard Syriac translation of the Bible, Codex Ambrosianus (7a1), with an new Introduction by Emidio Vergani.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-114-8
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Feb 6,2013
Interior Color: Color
Trim Size: 10 x 12.5
Page Count: 702
Languages: Syriac, Latin
ISBN: 978-1-61143-114-8
$267.00

Ceriani's edition of Codex Ambrosianus (7a1) provides a facsimile of one of the oldest manuscripts of the standard Syriac translation of the Bible. In addition to the books of the Old Testament and Apocrypha (Wisdom of Solomon, Letter of Jeremiah, Letter of Baruch, Baruch, Bel and the Dragon, Susanna, Judith, Bar Sira, Apocalypse of Baruch, 4 Ezra and all four books of Maccabees), Codex Ambrosianus (7a1) also contains Book 6 of Josephus' Jewish War, on the fall of Jerusalem. There are several lacunae in the manuscript, chiefly in Numbers and Chronicles. Four missing bifolia from Numbers are supplied from BL MS Add. 14,427, and four missing bifolia from Chronicles are supplied from another manuscript of the same age.

This edition includes the titles pages to Ceriani's edition, with a list of donors and subscribers (British, Italian and German), and Ceriani's Preface in Latin. Ceriani annotated the margins of the manuscript with book, chapter and verse. Gorgias' edition contains both of Ceriani's volumes bound together, without his second title page, a new Introduction by Emidio Vergani, headings for easy reference and pagination that follows that of Ceriani's facsimile.

Ceriani's edition of Codex Ambrosianus (7a1) provides a facsimile of one of the oldest manuscripts of the standard Syriac translation of the Bible. In addition to the books of the Old Testament and Apocrypha (Wisdom of Solomon, Letter of Jeremiah, Letter of Baruch, Baruch, Bel and the Dragon, Susanna, Judith, Bar Sira, Apocalypse of Baruch, 4 Ezra and all four books of Maccabees), Codex Ambrosianus (7a1) also contains Book 6 of Josephus' Jewish War, on the fall of Jerusalem. There are several lacunae in the manuscript, chiefly in Numbers and Chronicles. Four missing bifolia from Numbers are supplied from BL MS Add. 14,427, and four missing bifolia from Chronicles are supplied from another manuscript of the same age.

This edition includes the titles pages to Ceriani's edition, with a list of donors and subscribers (British, Italian and German), and Ceriani's Preface in Latin. Ceriani annotated the margins of the manuscript with book, chapter and verse. Gorgias' edition contains both of Ceriani's volumes bound together, without his second title page, a new Introduction by Emidio Vergani, headings for easy reference and pagination that follows that of Ceriani's facsimile.

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  • Table of Contents (page 5)
  • Donors and Subscribers (page 18)
  • Preface to Ceriani's Facsimile (page 20)
  • Back Cover of Codex Ambrosianus 7a1 (page 23)
  • Genesis (page 701)
  • Exodus (page 673)
  • Leviticus (page 646)
  • Numbers (page 626)
  • Deuteronomy (page 594)
  • Job (page 573)
  • Joshua (page 560)
  • Judges (page 547)
  • 1 Samuel (page 533)
  • 2 Samuel (page 514)
  • Psalms (page 498)
  • 1 Kings (page 468)
  • 2 Kings (page 449)
  • Proverbs (page 431)
  • Wisdom of Solomon (page 420)
  • Qohelet (page 411)
  • Song of Songs (page 407)
  • Isaiah (page 405)
  • Jeremiah (page 380)
  • Lamentations (page 347)
  • Letter of Jeremiah (page 340)
  • Letter of Baruch (page 339)
  • Baruch (page 337)
  • Ezekiel (page 333)
  • Hosea (page 303)
  • Joel (page 298)
  • Amos (page 297)
  • Obadiah (page 294)
  • Jonah (page 293)
  • Micah (page 292)
  • Nahum (page 290)
  • Habakkuk (page 289)
  • Zephaniah (page 288)
  • Haggai (page 286)
  • Zechariah (page 285)
  • Malachi (page 280)
  • Daniel (page 279)
  • Bel and the Dragon (page 268)
  • Ruth (page 266)
  • Susanna (page 264)
  • Esther (page 261)
  • Judith (page 256)
  • Bar Sira (page 244)
  • 1 Chronicles (page 217)
  • 2 Chronicles (page 196)
  • Apocalypse of Baruch (page 170)
  • 4 Ezra (page 150)
  • Ezra (page 130)
  • Nehemiah (page 123)
  • 1 Maccabees (page 111)
  • 2 Maccabees (page 88)
  • 3 Maccabees (page 67)
  • 4 Maccabees (page 57)
  • Josephus: Jewish Wars 6 (page 43)
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