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Die Handschiften des jakobitischen Markusklosters in Jerusalem


By Anton Baumstark; With the Assistance of Georg Graf
This work is a catalogue of 38 Arabic and Syriac manuscripts found in the Syrian Orthodox Monastery of St. Mark in Jerusalem; contains liturgical and literary works.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-024-0
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Aug 13,2012
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 8.25 x 10.75
Page Count: 107
Language: German
ISBN: 978-1-61143-024-0
$151.00
$90.60

This work contains a catalogue of 38 Arabic and Syriac manuscripts found in the Syrian Orthodox Monastery of St. Mark in Jerusalem. Listed are liturgical and literary works, including the works of John Saba in Arabic translation, the grammar of Bar-Hebraeus, and a volume of hagiography containing 125 separate works.

This work contains a catalogue of 38 Arabic and Syriac manuscripts found in the Syrian Orthodox Monastery of St. Mark in Jerusalem. Listed are liturgical and literary works, including the works of John Saba in Arabic translation, the grammar of Bar-Hebraeus, and a volume of hagiography containing 125 separate works.

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Anton Baumstark

Georg Graf

  • DRITTE ABTEILUNG. A) Mitteilungen I (page 7)
  • DRITTE ABTEILUNG. A) Mitteilungen II (page 20)
  • DRITTE ABTEILUNG. A) Mitteilungen III (page 50)
  • DRITTE ABTEILUNG. A) Mitteilungen IV (page 67)
  • DRITTE ABTEILUNG. A) Mitteilungen V (page 84)
  • DRITTE ABTEILUNG. A) Mitteilungen VI (page 91)
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