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Die Eucharistielehre des nestorianers Al-Muhtar ibn Butlan (11. Jahrhunderts)

Edited and Translated by Georg Graf
Georg Graf publishes here an edited Arabic text and German translation of a “Treatise on the Eucharist” attributed to Abu l-Hasan al-Muhtar ibn Butlan. Graf supplements the text with an introduction and brief notes.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-991-7
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Publication Status: In Print
Series: Analecta Gorgiana 512
Publication Date: Apr 13,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 48
Language: German
ISBN: 978-1-60724-991-7
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Georg Graf publishes here an edited Arabic text and German translation of a “Treatise on the Eucharist” attributed to Abu l-Hasan al-Muhtar ibn Butlan. The text survives in three separate manuscripts, and Graf’s text includes variant readings from all three texts. Graf supplements the text and translation with an introduction and brief notes. Originally publishes in two parts, the full article is published here as one text. The text is very interesting because of its description of liturgical and Eucharistic practices of the Coptic-Arabic tradition of the eleventh century.

Georg Graf publishes here an edited Arabic text and German translation of a “Treatise on the Eucharist” attributed to Abu l-Hasan al-Muhtar ibn Butlan. The text survives in three separate manuscripts, and Graf’s text includes variant readings from all three texts. Graf supplements the text and translation with an introduction and brief notes. Originally publishes in two parts, the full article is published here as one text. The text is very interesting because of its description of liturgical and Eucharistic practices of the Coptic-Arabic tradition of the eleventh century.

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