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The Condition of Assyrianism in the Era of the Incarnation of Our Lord

New Introduction by David Malick


Mirza Dawid Gewargis Malik (1876-1931) was a prolific writer in Neo-Aramaic (modern Assyrian). This volume contains the texts of two of his books, a collection of poems, one of which is dedicated to Nicolas II, Emperor of Russia, and Notes on the History of Assyria.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 1-59333-406-0
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Aug 30,2006
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 184
ISBN: 1-59333-406-0
$129.00
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Mirza Dawid Gewargis Malik (1876-1931) was one of the early prolific writers in Neo-Aramaic (modern Assyrian), but most of his writings remain unpublished. He was educated at the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Assyrian Mission school and later attended the University of St. Petersburg in Russia. This volume contains the texts of two of his books: The Throne of Saliq: The Condition of Assyrianism in the Era of the Incarnation of Our Lord, a collection of poems, one of which is dedicated to Nicolas II, Emperor of Russia, and Notes on the History of Assyria, containing articles on the Patriarchate of the Church of the East with a list of the line of the patriarchs, and notes on the history of Assyrians from ancient times until the early twentieth century.

Mirza Dawid Gewargis Malik (1876-1931) was one of the early prolific writers in Neo-Aramaic (modern Assyrian), but most of his writings remain unpublished. He was educated at the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Assyrian Mission school and later attended the University of St. Petersburg in Russia. This volume contains the texts of two of his books: The Throne of Saliq: The Condition of Assyrianism in the Era of the Incarnation of Our Lord, a collection of poems, one of which is dedicated to Nicolas II, Emperor of Russia, and Notes on the History of Assyria, containing articles on the Patriarchate of the Church of the East with a list of the line of the patriarchs, and notes on the history of Assyrians from ancient times until the early twentieth century.

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