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Rahmani offers in these volumes a range of Syriac texts with Latin translation and brief commentary. The texts range from historical and hagiographical to liturgical and exegetical. The fifth volume presents (in Syriac only) Anton of Tagrit’s work on rhetoric.

Ignatius Ephraem II Rahmani, Syrian Patriarch of Antioch, in these five volumes offers a great variety of Syriac texts, generally together with Latin translation and commentary. The first volume includes some short historical texts, writings attributed to Ephrem, a letter of Jacob of Edessa, fragments from the Psalms commentary of Daniel of Salah, various short saints’ lives and correspondence. Vol. 2 contains the Syriac version of the Acts of Pilate, while vol. 3 has a number of liturgical documents, including some excerpts from a few sermons of Severus of Antioch. Vol. 4 has the title, “On Ancient Heresies” and contains, among others, a work on false religion before and after Christ, two sermons (119, 123) of Severus of Antioch, and excerpts from a work of Philoxenus dealing with the Messalians. Finally, in the fifth volume Rahmani has edited the work of Anton of Tagrit on rhetoric, given in Syriac only, but with a few notes. Syriac scholars will welcome the availability of this broad range of texts, together with Rahmani’s helpful annotations, once again.

Ignatius Ephraem II Rahmani, Syrian Patriarch of Antioch, in these five volumes offers a great variety of Syriac texts, generally together with Latin translation and commentary. The first volume includes some short historical texts, writings attributed to Ephrem, a letter of Jacob of Edessa, fragments from the Psalms commentary of Daniel of Salah, various short saints’ lives and correspondence. Vol. 2 contains the Syriac version of the Acts of Pilate, while vol. 3 has a number of liturgical documents, including some excerpts from a few sermons of Severus of Antioch. Vol. 4 has the title, “On Ancient Heresies” and contains, among others, a work on false religion before and after Christ, two sermons (119, 123) of Severus of Antioch, and excerpts from a work of Philoxenus dealing with the Messalians. Finally, in the fifth volume Rahmani has edited the work of Anton of Tagrit on rhetoric, given in Syriac only, but with a few notes. Syriac scholars will welcome the availability of this broad range of texts, together with Rahmani’s helpful annotations, once again.

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Studia Syriaca (1 of 5 volumes)
Rahmani offers in these volumes a range of Syriac texts with Latin translation and brief commentary. The texts range from historical and hagiographical to liturgical and exegetical. The fifth volume presents (in Syriac only) Anton of Tagrit’s work on rhetoric.
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-789-0
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Studia Syriaca (2 of 5 volumes)
Rahmani offers in these volumes a range of Syriac texts with Latin translation and brief commentary. The texts range from historical and hagiographical to liturgical and exegetical. The fifth volume presents (in Syriac only) Anton of Tagrit’s work on rhetoric.
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-790-6
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Studia Syriaca (3 of 5 volumes)
Rahmani offers in these volumes a range of Syriac texts with Latin translation and brief commentary. The texts range from historical and hagiographical to liturgical and exegetical. The fifth volume presents (in Syriac only) Anton of Tagrit’s work on rhetoric.
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-791-3
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Studia Syriaca (4 of 5 volumes)
Rahmani offers in these volumes a range of Syriac texts with Latin translation and brief commentary. The texts range from historical and hagiographical to liturgical and exegetical. The fifth volume presents (in Syriac only) Anton of Tagrit’s work on rhetoric.
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-792-0
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$152.00
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Studia Syriaca (5 of 5 volumes)
Rahmani offers in these volumes a range of Syriac texts with Latin translation and brief commentary. The texts range from historical and hagiographical to liturgical and exegetical. The fifth volume presents (in Syriac only) Anton of Tagrit’s work on rhetoric.
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-793-7
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$152.00
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