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Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies (Volume 3)


2000 [2010]


Edited by George Anton Kiraz
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. This is Volume 3 of the journal from 2000.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-59333-812-1
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Jan 1,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 306
Languages: English, Syriac
ISBN: 978-1-59333-812-1
$103.00

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.

Volume 3 includes the following articles: “The Fall of Satan in the Thought of St. Ephrem and John Milton” by Gary A. Anderson; “Disputing with Islam in Syriac: The Case of the Monk of Bêt Hãlê and a Muslim Emir” by Sidney H. Griffith; “Signs of Ephrem’s Exegetical Techniques in his Homily on Our Lord” by Angela Y. Kim; “Past and Present Perceptions of Syriac Literary Tradition” by Lucas van Rompay; “Michael the Syrian as a Source for Economic History” by Michael Morony; “Originality and Function of Formal Structures in the Chronicle of Michael the Great” by Dorothea Weltecke; “Edessa in the Era of Patriarch Michael the Syrian” by Joseph Tarzi; “Notizen zur späten Geschichte des Barsaumô-Klosters” by Hubert Kaufhold.

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.

Volume 3 includes the following articles: “The Fall of Satan in the Thought of St. Ephrem and John Milton” by Gary A. Anderson; “Disputing with Islam in Syriac: The Case of the Monk of Bêt Hãlê and a Muslim Emir” by Sidney H. Griffith; “Signs of Ephrem’s Exegetical Techniques in his Homily on Our Lord” by Angela Y. Kim; “Past and Present Perceptions of Syriac Literary Tradition” by Lucas van Rompay; “Michael the Syrian as a Source for Economic History” by Michael Morony; “Originality and Function of Formal Structures in the Chronicle of Michael the Great” by Dorothea Weltecke; “Edessa in the Era of Patriarch Michael the Syrian” by Joseph Tarzi; “Notizen zur späten Geschichte des Barsaumô-Klosters” by Hubert Kaufhold.

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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)
  • 1. Satan’s Fall in the Life of Adam and Eve (page 11)
  • 2. Theological Problems with the Story of Satan’s Fall (page 14)
  • 3. The Fall of Satan in Paradise Lost (page 16)
  • 4. The Fall of Satan in Carmina Nisibena (page 20)
  • 5. Angelic Rivalry in Theological Perspective (page 29)
  • Bibliography (page 32)
  • I (page 35)
  • II (page 37)
  • III (page 39)
  • IV (page 41)
  • V (page 43)
  • VI (page 45)
  • VII (page 47)
  • VIII (page 56)
  • IX (page 59)
  • Verbal Links between Exodus 32–34 and Luke 7:36–50 (page 63)
  • Exodus 32:25–9: The Introduction of the Sign (Homily, §6) (page 65)
  • Christological Transformation of the Sign (Homily, §6–17a) (page 68)
  • The Typology of the Golden Calf (page 71)
  • Theophany (Homily, §22–33) (page 72)
  • Some Concluding Comments (page 74)
  • Bibliography (page 75)
  • Preliminary Remarks (page 80)
  • Jacob of Edessa (page 82)
  • Timothy Catholicos (page 88)
  • Libraries and Manuscript Collections (page 96)
  • Decline, Renaissance, and the Consolidation of Tradition (page 99)
  • Epilogue (page 104)
  • Acknowledgements (page 105)
  • Bibliography (page 105)
  • Private Schools (page 111)
  • Private Universities (page 113)
  • Public Universities (page 114)
  • Private Associations for the Syriac Language (page 114)
  • Acknowledgements (page 135)
  • (page 143)
  • SPECIAL ISSUE: Michael the Syrian (page 143)
  • Bibliography (page 177)
  • I. Historiography (page 180)
  • II Chronography (page 184)
  • III. Some formal structures in Michael’s chronicle (page 187)
  • IV. Aspects of a reading (page 200)
  • Quoted Literature (page 205)
    • Sources (page 205)
    • Literature (page 206)
    • Introduction (page 209)
    • A quick glance at Edessa in the period between the 7th and 12th centuries (page 209)
    • Edessa in the 12th century (page 211)
      • General (page 211)
      • Political Situation (page 212)
      • Miscellaneous Events (page 215)
    • The disaster of 1146 (page 215)
      • Christian Communities in the Eve of the Great Disaster of 1146 (page 215)
        • The Syrians (page 215)
        • The Armenians (page 218)
        • The Melkites (page 218)
        • The Latin Community (page 219)
      • Events Leading to the Disaster of 1146 (page 220)
    • Edessa Between 1144–1146 (page 221)
    • The Disaster of 1146 (page 222)
    • The Christian community after the disaster of 1146 (page 224)
    • References Cited (page 226)
    • Select Bibliography (page 226)
    • I (page 229)
    • II (page 232)
    • III (page 249)
    • Literaturverzeichnis (page 250)
      • 1. Introduction. (page 257)
      • 2.1. Paintings on layer 2. (page 258)
        • 2.1.1. The lower decorative zone (Fig. 2). (page 258)
        • 2.1.2. Remains of a painting on the easternmost column. (page 259)
      • 2.2. Paintings on layer 3. (page 259)
        • 2.2.1. Three mounted saints and a standing figure (Fig. 3). (page 261)
        • 2.2.2. The Three Men in the Fiery Furnace (Fig. 4–7). (page 261)
        • 2.2.3. The Prophets Daniel and Habakkuk (Fig. 8). (page 266)
        • 2.2.4. Standing patriarch (Fig. 9). (page 267)
      • 3. Observations concerning the architecture. (page 267)
      • 1. Inscriptions on the southern wall. (page 269)
        • Inscription no. 12 (Fig. 2). (page 271)
        • Inscription no. 14 (Fig. 3). (page 273)
        • Inscription no. 16 (Fig. 4). (page 274)
        • Inscription no. 17 (Fig. 5). (page 274)
      • 2. Inscriptions on one of the capitals (Fig. 6, 7, and 8). (page 279)
        • III. References. (page 281)
      • Acknowledgements (page 283)
      • Introduction: (page 286)
      • Phase 1: (page 287)
      • Phase 2: (page 289)
      • Final publication: (page 289)
      • Public Lectures for the Year 2000–2001 (page 303)
      • Membership (page 303)
      • Address (page 304)
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