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Brock provides an indispensable bibliographic resource for Jacob of Serugh scholarship. This guide lists Jacob's mimre by biblical passage and liturgical events, uplifted saints and topics, other works including prose and letters, and recommended secondary sources for further study.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-4632-0099-2
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Publication Status: In Print
Series: Analecta Gorgiana 1051
Publication Date: Dec 14,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 30
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0099-2
$36.00

Brock provides an indispensable bibliographic resource for Jacob of Serugh scholarship. This guide lists Jacob's mimre by biblical passage and liturgical events, uplifted saints and topics for reflection, as well as other works including prose and letters. Attention is given to helpful information about the mimre's present publication, editions, and available translations. Recommendations for secondary sources refer to genre and topic, such as biographies, general introductions to Jacob of Serugh, and narrowed interests for analysis. While this guide is written in English, indexed sources extend through Jacob of Serugh studies in other languages (French, German, Italian, and Syriac transcriptions).

Brock provides an indispensable bibliographic resource for Jacob of Serugh scholarship. This guide lists Jacob's mimre by biblical passage and liturgical events, uplifted saints and topics for reflection, as well as other works including prose and letters. Attention is given to helpful information about the mimre's present publication, editions, and available translations. Recommendations for secondary sources refer to genre and topic, such as biographies, general introductions to Jacob of Serugh, and narrowed interests for analysis. While this guide is written in English, indexed sources extend through Jacob of Serugh studies in other languages (French, German, Italian, and Syriac transcriptions).

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Sebastian Brock

Emeritus Reader in Syriac Studies, Oxford University, and Emeritus Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford. Author of a number of contributions in the area of Syriac studies (including several books published by Gorgias Press).

  • Abbreviations (page 5)
  • Introduction (page 7)
  • I. Jacob's Works, by Genre and Topic (page 7)
    • I.1. Mimre (page 7)
      • (a) Old Testament (page 7)
      • (b) New Testament (page 12)
        • Parables (page 13)
        • Words of Christ (page 14)
      • (c) Liturgical Year (page 14)
      • (d) Other Liturgical (page 15)
      • (e) Saints (page 16)
      • (f) Other Topics (page 18)
    • I.2. Madroshe/Sughyotho (page 20)
    • I.3. Turgome (Six Prose Homilies) (page 21)
    • I.4. Lives of Saints (prose) (page 21)
    • I.5. Letters (Forty three) (page 21)
      • Studies (page 22)
    • I.5. Liturgical Texts attributed to Jacob (page 22)
      • (a) Anaphoras (page 22)
      • (b) Baptismal rite (page 22)
      • (c) Bo'awotho (page 22)
  • II. Biographies etc. of Jacob (page 23)
    • II.1. Short Biography (page 23)
    • II.2. Short notice (page 24)
    • II.3. Biography in Mardin Orth. (page 25)
    • II.4. Panegyric (page 25)
    • II.5. Another long Panegyric (page 25)
    • II.6. (page 25)
  • III. Studies (select) (page 25)
    • III.1. General Introductions (page 25)
    • III.2. Monographs (page 26)
    • III.3. Articles on specific topics (page 26)
    • III.4. For further bibliography (page 30)
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