Monday, April 11, 2011

HUGOYE: JOURNAL OF SYRIAC STUDIES 14/1 (Winter 2011)

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A Soghitha on the Daughter of Jephtha, by Isaac.
Sebastian Brock, University of Oxford

Syriac Inscriptions in Syria.
Françoise Briquel Chatonnet and Alain Desreumaux, CNRS—Orient Et Mediterranee, Mondes Semitiques, Paris

Oldest Syriac Christian Inscription Discovered in North-Syria.
Françoise Briquel Chatonnet and Alain Desreumaux, CNRS—Orient Et Mediterranee, Mondes Semitiques, Paris

A Newly Discovered Painting of the Epiphany in Deir Al-Surian.
Karel Innemée, University of Leiden

The Shorter Syriac-Armenian Glossary in Ms. Yale Syriac 9. Part 2: Glossary in Transcription/Translation.
Hidemi Takahashi, University of Tokyo

Book Reviews

Recent Books on Syriac Topics..
Sebastian Brock, University of Oxford

John F. Healey, Aramaic Inscriptions and Documents of the Roman Period, Textbook of Syrian Semitic Inscriptions.
Aaron Butts, Yale University

Robert D. Millar, ed., Syriac and Antiochian Exegesis and Biblical Theology for the 3rd Millenium.
J.W. Childers, Abilene Christian University

Janet Soskice, The Sisters of Sinai: How Two Ladies Adventurers Discovered the Hidden Gospels.
Emily Cottrell, Leiden University

A.H. Becker, Sources for the Study of the School of Nisibis.
Grigory Kessel, Philipps Universität

Rosemary A. Arthur, Pseudo-Dionysius as Polemicist: The Development and Purpose of the Angelic Hierarchy in Sixth Century Syria.
Robert Kitchen, Knox-Metropolitan United Church, Regina

Ovidiu Ioan, Muslime und Araber bei Išocjahb III. (649–659).
Andrew Palmer, University of Münster

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