The Book of the Himyarites, given in Syriac and English translation, deals with the growth of Christianity in Arabia. The introduction provides details about the historical value of the work and its relationship to other related sources.
These two volumes present a German translation of Barhebraeus’s longer Syriac grammar, which covers both the eastern and western dialects of Syriac. In addition, Moberg includes an introduction, textual apparatus, and a lengthy appendix on grammatical terminology.
Moberg had already published a German translation of Barhebraeus’s longer Syriac grammar based on a critically established Syriac text and here presents that text in this volume, along with an introduction (in French) and two indices (Syriac and French).
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