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Rome et l'Église syrienne-maronite d'Antioche (517-1531)

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This volume constitutes a documentary history of the Maronites and their relationship to Rome from the 6th to the 16th century. The author provides texts in Latin, Arabic, Syriac, and French to illustrate this history.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-500-6
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Dec 15,2012
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 201
Language: French
ISBN: 978-1-61719-500-6
$169.00
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This volume constitutes a documentary history of the Maronites and their relationship to Rome from the 6th to the 16th century. The sources include papal letters and excerpts from Greek, Arabic, Latin, and French histories, very significant among which are those from Melkites. The author lists and generally discusses his sources in the preface. His final presentation results in texts in Latin, Arabic, Syriac, and French. This volume, then, conveniently provides historians and others with valuable information, not only on the Maronites themselves, but also on interactions of Christian denominations during this period.

This volume constitutes a documentary history of the Maronites and their relationship to Rome from the 6th to the 16th century. The sources include papal letters and excerpts from Greek, Arabic, Latin, and French histories, very significant among which are those from Melkites. The author lists and generally discusses his sources in the preface. His final presentation results in texts in Latin, Arabic, Syriac, and French. This volume, then, conveniently provides historians and others with valuable information, not only on the Maronites themselves, but also on interactions of Christian denominations during this period.

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Bernard Ghobaïra Al-Ghazari

  • Series Foreword (page 5)
  • Papa Clemens VII ad principem Maronitarum (page 7)
  • Sa Beatitude Monseigneur_Elie-Pierre Houaiek (page 9)
  • Avant-Propos (page 11)
  • Vita Sancti Maronis (page 15)
  • Idem in eapite XXX dixit (page 17)
  • Contra Severum (page 25)
  • Les Moines du Couvent de S. Maron (page 27)
  • Lettre des moines de S. Maron au VIII Siecle (page 30)
  • Dissertation Sur L'orgine des Maronites (page 42)
  • Anastasii Sinaitce Scripta (page 48)
  • S. Jean Maron, Patriarche d'Antioche (page 64)
  • Saint Jean Damscene et les maronites du Liban (page 73)
  • Les maronites Catholiques au XI Siecle (page 79)
  • Les Maronites a Jerusalem des le XI Siecle (page 86)
  • Les Maronites Catholiques a Chypre (page 88)
  • Innocent III et Innocent IV et les Maronites (page 98)
  • Petite remarque (page 110)
  • voici cette lettre (page 110)
  • Voici Cette Lettre (page 116)
  • Pape Paul II Anno Christi 1469 (page 130)
  • Sixti VI an, 5 Anno - Christi 1475 (page 133)
  • Ad Prepetuam rei memoriam (page 134)
  • Leon X et les Maronites (page 135)
  • Maronites (page 161)
  • Un manuscrit Syriaque de Londres : addit : 17216 (page 168)
  • Lettre du pape Eugene IV aux Marnotes, l'an 1439 (page 169)
  • Lettre du pape Eugene IV au Patriarche Maronite (d'Antioche) l'an 1441 (page 171)
  • Lettre du pape Nicolas V au patriarche des maronites l'an 1447 (page 173)
  • lettre du pape Calixte III au patriarche des maronites l'an 1455 (page 175)
  • Lettre du Superieur de la Terre Sainte Francois Suriano au Patriarche Maronite en 1494 (page 176)
  • Lettre dureligieux Fra Griffon de Romeaux maronites en 1499 (page 178)
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