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Widely regarded as a premier journal dedicated to the study of Syriac, Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies was established in 1998 as a venue devoted exclusively to the discipline. An organ of Beth Mardutho, the Syriac Institute, the journal appears semi-annually and will be printed in annual editions. A peer-reviewed journal, Hugoye is a respected academic source for up-to-date information about the state of Syriac studies and for discovering what is going on in the field. Contributors include some of the most respected names in the world of Syriac today.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-4632-0280-4
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Interior Color: Black with Color Inserts
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 389
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0280-4
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Widely regarded as a premier journal dedicated to the study of Syriac, Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies was established in 1998 as a venue devoted exclusively to the discipline. An organ of Beth Mardutho, the Syriac Institute, the journal appears semi-annually and will be printed in annual editions. A peer-reviewed journal, Hugoye is a respected academic source for up-to-date information about the state of Syriac studies and for discovering what is going on in the field. Contributors include some of the most respected names in the world of Syriac today.

Widely regarded as a premier journal dedicated to the study of Syriac, Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies was established in 1998 as a venue devoted exclusively to the discipline. An organ of Beth Mardutho, the Syriac Institute, the journal appears semi-annually and will be printed in annual editions. A peer-reviewed journal, Hugoye is a respected academic source for up-to-date information about the state of Syriac studies and for discovering what is going on in the field. Contributors include some of the most respected names in the world of Syriac today.

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Contributor Biography

George Kiraz

George A. Kiraz is the founder and director of Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute, and the president of Gorgias Press. He earned an MSt in Syriac Studies from Oxford University, and an MPhil and PhD from Cambridge University. He has an extensive list of publications in Syriac studies.

  • Table of Contents (page 5)
  • 16.1 (page 7)
    • Gender Documentation of Nouns in Syriac Lexicography: Remarks on the Renovated Lexicon Syriacum (by Jerome A. Lund) (page 9)
      • Introduction (page 9)
      • 1. 'rib' (page 11)
      • 2. 'hammer' (page 11)
      • 3. 'couch' (page 12)
      • 4. 'cake' (page 12)
      • 5. 'partridge' (page 13)
      • 6. 'stork' (page 13)
      • 7. 'right (hand)' (page 14)
      • 8. 'tablet' (page 15)
      • 9. 'accuser' (page 16)
      • 10. 'sapphire' (page 16)
      • 11. 'cage' (page 17)
      • 12. 'spirit' (page 17)
      • Conclusion (page 19)
      • Bibliography (page 19)
    • A Syriac Codex from Near Palmyra and the 'Ghassanid' Abokarib (by Fergus Millar) (page 21)
      • Introduction (page 21)
      • The Origin and Expansion of the Use of Syriac (page 22)
      • Syriac and Christian Palestinian Aramaic in Contact? (page 23)
      • A Codex from near Palmyra (page 28)
      • A 'Ghassanid' Dynasty? (page 33)
      • Conclusion (page 39)
      • Bibliography (page 39)
    • The Wright Decoder: A Page Index to the Catalogue of Syriac Manuscripts in the British Museum (by Elizabeth Reif and Michael Penn) (page 42)
    • The Armenian Versions I and II of Michael the Syrian (by Andrea Schmidt) (page 98)
      • Text summary of Version I (page 106)
      • Text summary of Version II (page 118)
      • Appendix: Images (page 132)
    • Bibliographies (page 134)
    • Book Reviews (page 161)
      • Religious Poetry in Vernacular Syriac from Northern Iraq (17th…20th Centuries) edited by Alessandro Mengozzi (reviewed by Aaron Michael Butts) (page 161)
      • Catalogue of Syriac and Garshuni Manuscripts: Manuscripts Owned by the Iraqi Department of Antiquities and Heritage by Amir Harrak (reviewed by J. F. Coakley) (page 165)
      • The Death of a Prophet: The End of Muhammads Life and the Beginnings of Islam by Stephen J. Shoemaker (reviewed by Sandra Toenies Keating) (page 168)
      • Eusebius of Emesa: Church and Theology in the Mid-Fourth Century by Robert E. Winn (reviewed by Edward G. Mathews, Jr.) (page 174)
      • Jacob of Serugh and His Times: Studies in Sixth-Century Syriac Christianity edited by George Anton Kiraz (reviewed by Craig E. Morrison) (page 178)
      • Lehrbuch der €uroyo-Sprache by Otto Jastrow (reviewed by Na'ama Pat-El) (page 182)
      • Song and Memory: Biblical Women in Syriac Tradition by Susan Ashbrook Harvey (reviewed by Ute Possekel) (page 187)
      • To Train His Soul in Books: Syriac Asceticism in Early Christianity edited by Robin Darling Young and Monica J. Blanchard (reviewed by Paul S. Russell) (page 190)
      • The History of the Great Deeds of Bishop Paul of Qentos and Priest John of Edessa edited and translated by Hans Arneson, Emanuel Fiano, Christine Luckritz Marquis, and Kyle Richard Smith (reviewed by Jeanne-Nicole Saint-Laurent) (page 195)
      • Ephrem, a Jewish Sage: A Comparison of the Exegetical Writings of St. Ephrem the Syrian and Jewish Traditions by Elena Narinskaya (reviewed by J. Edward Walters) (page 199)
    • Reports (page 203)
      • Francoise Briquel Chatonnet and Muriel Debie (page 203)
      • Francoise Briquel Chatonnet, CNRS, Laboratoire Orient & Mediterranee (page 205)
      • J. J. van Ginkel, Leiden University (page 208)
  • 16.2 (page 213)
    • Greek µ?? in Early Syriac (by Aaron Micheal Butts) (page 215)
      • Bibliography (page 223)
    • The Infancy Gospel of Thomas from an Unpublished Syriac Manuscript: Introduction, Text, Translation, and Notes (by Tony Burke) (page 228)
      • The Wider Manuscript Tradition of IGT (page 229)
      • The Syriac Tradition (page 232)
        • Recension Sa (page 232)
        • Recension Se (page 235)
        • Recension Sw (page 237)
        • Additional Sources for the Syriac IGT (page 240)
      • The Relationship Between the Recensions (page 241)
      • A Syriac Origin for IGT? (page 244)
      • Text and Translation (page 250)
      • Bibliography (page 261)
      • Text and Translation (page 268)
    • Syro-Uigurica II: Syriac Passages in U 338 From Turfan (by Mark Dickens) (page 303)
      • Introduction (page 304)
      • Description and Discussion of the Manuscript (page 307)
      • Longer Syriac Passage (page 311)
      • Shorter Syriac Passage (page 315)
      • Commentary (page 317)
      • Conclusion (page 319)
      • Appendix - Text and Translation of the Colophon (page 320)
      • Bibliography (page 320)
      • Images (page 323)
    • The Possible Origin of the Abgar-Addai Legend: Abgar the Black and Emperor Tiberius (by Ilaria L. E. Ramelli) (page 327)
      • Bibliography (page 340)
    • Book Reviews (page 344)
      • The Gorgias Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Syriac Heritage edited by Sebastian P. Brock, Aaron M. Butts, George A. Kiraz, and Lucas Van Rompay (reviewed by Kristian S. Heal) (page 344)
      • Jacob of Sarugs Homily on the Veil on Moses Face: Translation and Introduction by Sebastian P. Brock & Jacob of Sarugs Homily on the Tower of Babel: Translation and Introduction by Aaron Michael Butts (reviewed by Robert A. Kitchen) (page 347)
      • The Syriac Versions of the Writings of Cyril of Alexandria: A Study in Translation Technique by Daniel King (reviewed by Adam McCollum) (page 359)
      • Dr. Grant and the Mountain Nestorians by Thomas Laurie (reviewed by Andrew Palmer) (page 363)
      • India and the Apostle Thomas: An Inquiry with a Critical Analysis of the Acta Thomae by Adolph Edwin Medlycott (reviewed by Andrew Palmer) (page 365)
      • Ibas von Edessa: Rekonstruktion einer Biographie und dogmatischen Position zwischen den Fronten, by Claudia Rammelt (reviewed by Andrew Palmer) (page 367)
      • Salvation in Christ according to Jacob of Serugh: An Exegetico-theological Study on the Homilies of Jacob of Serugh on the Feasts of Our Lord by Thomas Kollamparampil (reviewed by Paul S. Russell) (page 373)
      • Mor Gabriel aus Beth Qustan: Leben und Legende eines syrischen Abtbischofs aus dem 7 by Zeki Joseph (reviewed by Jeanne-Nicole M. Saint-Laurent) (page 376)
      • The Other Lands of Israel: Imaginations of the Land in 2 Baruch by Liv Ingeborg Lied (reviewed by Shayna Sheinfeld) (page 380)
      • Ephrem the Syrians Hymns on the Unleavened Bread edited by J. Edward Walters (reviewed by Christine Shepardson) (page 383)
      • Witnesses to a World Crisis: Historians and Histories of the Middle East in the Seventh Century by James Howard-Johnston (reviewed by Joel Walker) (page 386)
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