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Concilium Seleuciae et Ctesiphonti Habitum Anno 410


Textum Syriacum Edidit, Latine Vertit Notisque Instruxit


Edited and Translated by Thomas Josephus Lamy
T. J. Lamy publishes here the Syriac text of the canons of the Synod of Mar Isaac that met in Seleucia-Ctesiphon in 410 CE at which the Syriac bishops officially accepted the canons of the Council of Nicaea.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-611-2
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Jul 5,2012
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 7 x 10
Page Count: 72
Languages: Syriac, Latin
ISBN: 978-1-61143-611-2
$144.00
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The canons of the Council of Nicaea were gradually accepted by the Syriac-speaking Christians to the East of the Byzantine Empire throughout the fourth-century, but they were not officially recognized until a council of Eastern Bishops met in Seleucia-Ctesiphon in 410 CE. At this council, which is frequently referred to as the Synod of Mar Isaac, the leaders of the Syriac tradition officially recognized the canons of the Council of Nicaea and created a Syriac version of the canons for use in the Syriac churches. In the present volume, T. J. Lamy presents the Syriac text of the canons accompanied by a Latin translation and notes to the text in Latin. Lamy also includes two supplemental texts of later Syriac works that include discussions of the council and the canons.

The canons of the Council of Nicaea were gradually accepted by the Syriac-speaking Christians to the East of the Byzantine Empire throughout the fourth-century, but they were not officially recognized until a council of Eastern Bishops met in Seleucia-Ctesiphon in 410 CE. At this council, which is frequently referred to as the Synod of Mar Isaac, the leaders of the Syriac tradition officially recognized the canons of the Council of Nicaea and created a Syriac version of the canons for use in the Syriac churches. In the present volume, T. J. Lamy presents the Syriac text of the canons accompanied by a Latin translation and notes to the text in Latin. Lamy also includes two supplemental texts of later Syriac works that include discussions of the council and the canons.

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  • PRAEFATIO: (page 11)
  • CONCILIUM SELEUCIAE ET CTESIPHONTI HABITUM ANNO 410: (page 13)
  • CONCILII SELEUCIENSIS ANNI 410 CANONES: (page 23)
  • SUPPLEMENTUM I: (page 57)
  • SUPPLEMENTUM II: (page 62)
  • APPENDIX III: (page 68)
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