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The Discourses of Philoxenus (2-volume set)

Philoxenus of Mabbug, who died in 523, is one of the most important theologians of the Syrian Orthodox tradition. Budge here offers the Syriac text and English translation of his Discourses on Admonition of the (Monastic) Way of Life.
From $245.00

Metrical Homiles and Dialogue Hymns of Narsai (2-volume set)

These volumes contain the vocalized Syriac text of 47 metrical homilies (memre) and 10 dialogue poems (sogyatha) of Narsai, probably the most important poet in the Church of the East. Prefaces in Latin and Syriac cover Narsai’s life and works.
From $208.00

Verzeichniss der syrischen Handschriften (2-volume set)

In these two volumes, Sachau describes the large collection of Syriac, Christian Arabic (Arabic and Karshuni), and neo-Aramaic manuscripts held at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. Helpful indices make it easy for researchers to find what they are looking for.
From $181.00

Buch der Strahlen (2-volume set)

These two volumes present a German translation of Barhebraeus’s longer Syriac grammar, which covers both the eastern and western dialects of Syriac. In addition, Moberg includes an introduction, textual apparatus, and a lengthy appendix on grammatical terminology.
From $167.00

The Syriac-Arabic Glosses of Isho bar Ali (2-volume set)

These two volumes constitute the second part (nun-taw) of the Syriac-Arabic dictionary of the 10th cent. physician Isho bar Ali.
From $147.00

Catalog of Syriac and Garshuni Manuscripts in the Vatican Library (2-volume set)

These two volumes, written by members of the Assemani family intimately familiar with the collection, cover the Vatican Syriac manuscripts and Arabic manuscripts written in Syriac letters (i.e. Garshuni).
From $228.00

Acta Sanctorum Martyrum Orientalium et Occidentalium (2-volume set)

Assemani here presents a large number of Syriac texts of martyrdoms from within and outside the Roman empire. Each text has a brief introduction, parallel Latin translation, and historical and literary notes.
From $185.00

Works Found in Greek Attributed to Ephrem (3-volume set)

These three volumes present Latin translations of Greek works that had had grown up attached to the name of Ephrem. There are a total of 221 works on various biblical, spiritual, and monastic topics, with scholia and indices.
From $150.00

Gregorii Barhebraei Chronicon Ecclesiasticum (3-volume set)

These three volumes constitute the standard edition of the second part of Barhebraeus’ Chronography, which deals with sacred history of both the eastern and western regions of the Syriac church, together with a Latin translation and a number of notes.
From $144.00

Delightful Meadows of the Arameans (2-volume set)

These two volumes present a thorough sampling of Syriac literature from various time periods, including some lesser-known authors and some works published nowhere else. The text is presented in vocalized east Syriac script.
From $211.00