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Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies (Volume 4)


2001 [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 4 of the journal from 2001.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-59333-813-8
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Jan 1,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 303
Languages: English, Syriac
ISBN: 978-1-59333-813-8
$103.00
$61.80

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 4 includes the following articles: “L’origine du nom Bar ‘Ebroyo Une vieille histoire d’homonymes” by Jean Fathi-Chelhod; “Simeon of Qal’a Rumaita, Patriarch Philoxenus Nemrod and Bar ‘Ebroyo” by Hidemi Takahashi; “’Bold and Having No Shame’: Ambiguous Widows, Controlling Clergy, and Early Syrian Communities” by Michael Penn; “Women in Aphrahat: Some Observations” by Adam Lehto; “Theodora the ‘Believing Queen’: A Study in Syriac Historiographical Tradition” by Susan A. Harvey; “Hindiyya Anne ‘jaymi and Her Spiritual Journey: The Essential Lightness of Being” by Avril M. Makhlouf; and numerous brief articles.

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 4 includes the following articles: “L’origine du nom Bar ‘Ebroyo Une vieille histoire d’homonymes” by Jean Fathi-Chelhod; “Simeon of Qal’a Rumaita, Patriarch Philoxenus Nemrod and Bar ‘Ebroyo” by Hidemi Takahashi; “’Bold and Having No Shame’: Ambiguous Widows, Controlling Clergy, and Early Syrian Communities” by Michael Penn; “Women in Aphrahat: Some Observations” by Adam Lehto; “Theodora the ‘Believing Queen’: A Study in Syriac Historiographical Tradition” by Susan A. Harvey; “Hindiyya Anne ‘jaymi and Her Spiritual Journey: The Essential Lightness of Being” by Avril M. Makhlouf; and numerous brief articles.

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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)
  • In Memoriam (page 9)
    • Fr. Yousef Habbi (1938…2000) (page 9)
    • Prof. Julius Assfalg (1919-2001) (page 11)
  • Papers (page 13)
    • L'Origine Du Nom Bar 'Ebroyo: Une Vielle Historie D'Homonymes (page 13)
      • 1. Lhypothèse Bar Hebraeus (page 16)
      • 2. Arguments Contre Lorigine Juive (page 21)
      • 3. Le Sens Homonyme Du Nom 'Ebroyo (page 29)
      • 4. Un Quatrain Qui Révèle Ses Secrets (page 36)
      • 5. Conclusion (page 42)
      • Bibliographie (page 47)
    • Simeon of Qal'a Rumaita, Patriarch Philoxenus Nemord and Bar 'Ebroyo (page 51)
      • I. Introduction (page 51)
      • II. Simeon of Qal'a Rumaita and Patriarch Philoxenus Nemrod (page 54)
      • III. Simeon and Bar 'Ebroyo (page 64)
      • IV. Simeon as Bar 'Ebroyos Literary Patron (page 74)
      • V. Conclusion (page 87)
      • Bibliography (page 88)
  • Brief Articles (page 99)
    • Syriac Papyrus Fragments Recently Discovered in Deir Al-Surian (Egypt) (page 99)
      • Bibliography (page 103)
      • Acknowledgements (page 104)
      • Illustrations (page 105)
    • Recent Archaeological Excavations in Takrit and the Discovery of Syriac Inscriptions (page 109)
      • Site of Al-Chenisa (page 110)
      • The Citadel of Takrit (page 111)
      • Athanasius the Metropolitan (page 113)
      • Acknowledgment (page 114)
    • A New Syriac Inscription in Deir Al-Surian (Egypt) (page 115)
      • Text: (page 116)
      • Translation: (page 116)
      • Notes: (page 117)
      • Bibliography (page 118)
      • Illustrations: (page 119)
  • Publications and Book Reviews (page 121)
    • Edip Aydin, Teaneck, New Jersey, USA (page 121)
  • Recent Books on Syriac Topics (1997…2000) (page 126)
    • Sebastian P. Brock, University of Oxford (page 126)
    • 1997 (page 126)
    • 1998 (page 126)
    • 1998/9 (page 126)
    • 1999 (page 126)
    • 2000 (page 127)
    • No date, but late 1990's (page 129)
    • Andreas Juckel, Institut Für Neutestamentliche Textforschung, University of Münster (page 130)
  • Conference Reports (page 139)
    • Joseph D. Alchermes, Connecticut College, New London (page 139)
    • 1. The Empresss New Clothes: Domestic Art and the Cult of the Virgin in Early ByzantiumŽ (page 139)
    • 2. Literary Culture under JustinianŽ (page 143)
    • 3. Imperial Theology and Church Unity: Justinian and Theodora in the Christological Crises of the Sixth CenturyŽ (page 146)
    • 4. The Gifts of WomenŽ (page 148)
  • Forthcoming Conferences / Call for Papers (page 153)
    • Konrad D. Jenner and R. Bas Ter Haar Romeny, The Peshitta Institute, Leiden (page 154)
    • Amir Harrak, University of Toronto, Canada (page 156)
    • 1. Syriac Christianity in the Egyptian Desert: Recent Discoveries in the Monastery of the Syrians (Wadi al-Natrun) (page 156)
    • 2. Mar Tadros, Bahdeidat: A Visit to a Lebanese Church in the Thirteenth Century (page 156)
    • 3. Syriac Heritage on the Northern Silk Road: The Archaeological and Epigraphic Evidence of Christianity in Kirghizia (page 157)
  • Introduction to the Special Issue on Women in the Syriac Tradition (page 161)
  • Papers (page 165)
    • Bold and Having No Shame: Ambiguous Windows, Controlling Clergy, and Eary Syrian Communities (page 165)
      • Strategies of Control: The Didascalia (page 167)
      • Epilogue: the Apostolic Constitutions (page 181)
      • Resolving Ambiguity: Widows and the Centralization of Power (page 184)
      • Bibliography (page 189)
    • Women in Aphrahat: Some Observations (page 193)
      • Bibliography (page 213)
    • Theodora The "Believing Queen:" A Study in Syriac Historiographical Tradition (page 215)
      • Remembering Theodora (page 216)
      • The Syriac Sources (page 226)
      • Bibliography (page 238)
    • Hindiyya Anne 'Ajaymi and Her Spiritual Journey: The Essential Lightness of Being (page 241)
      • 1. Introduction (page 241)
      • 2. Outline of her Life (page 242)
      • 3. Her Writings (page 246)
      • 4. Some Points of Comparison of the 61St Counsel with the Sirr Al-ittihad (page 260)
      • 5. Concluding Remarks (page 261)
      • Bibliography (page 261)
  • Brief Articles (page 265)
    • Deir Al-Surian (Egypt): Conservation of Work of Autumn 2000 (page 265)
      • 1. Conservationand Retouching of Paintings (page 265)
      • 2. Newly Uncovered Dado-paintings (page 269)
      • 3. a New Chronology of the Painting Layers (page 269)
      • 4. Observations Concerning the Architecture (page 272)
      • 5. Preliminary Conclusions (page 273)
    • Ebetharké: The Syriac Digital Library First Report (page 275)
      • Motivation (page 275)
      • Project Status (page 276)
      • Call for Sponsorship (page 277)
  • Publications and Book Reviews (page 279)
    • Kathleen E. Mcvey, Princeton Theological Seminary (page 279)
    • Jan J. Van Ginkel, University of Utrecht (page 282)
    • Lucas Van Rompay, Duke University, Durham, USA (page 286)
  • Conference Reports (page 291)
    • Marica Cassis and Debra Foran, Mississauga, Ontario (page 291)
    • Kristian S. Heal, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT (page 295)
  • Forthcoming Conferences / Call for Papers (page 297)
    • Christian Lange, Bamberg, Germany (page 297)
      • Speakers (page 298)
        • Keynote address (page 298)
        • Full Papers (page 298)
        • Short Communications (page 299)
        • Further Information (page 299)
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