Alphonse Mingana (1878-1937)

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Language : syriaque
Gender : masculin
Birth : Sharansh, Irak, 23-12-1878
Death : Birmingham, GB, 05-12-1937
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Écrivait aussi en anglais et en latin
Prêtre catholique chaldéen ordonné en 1902. - Professeur de syriaque à Mossoul, Iraq (1902-1910). - Installé en Grande-Bretagne à partir de 1913. - Conservateur, spécialiste des manuscrits orientaux, John Rylands library, Manchester, GB, puis à Birmingham, GB
Variant of the name : Hurmiz Mingana (1878-1937)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 1611 9274

Activities of Alphonse Mingana (1878-1937) (24)

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Clef de la langue araméenne ou Grammaire complète et pratique des deux dialectes syriaques occidental et oriental
An important manuscript of the Traditions of Bukhāri...
Catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the John Rylands library, Manchester
Syriac and Garshrīni manuscripts, by A. Mingana
Catalogue of the Mingana collection of manuscripts, now in the possession of the trustees of the Woodbrooke settlement, Selly Oak, Birmingham
Woodbrooke studies. Christian documents in Syriac, Arabic, and Garshüni, edited and translated... by A. Mingana. With introductions by Rendel Harris...
Some early Judaeo-Christian Documents in the John Rylands library : Syriac texts edited with translation by Alphonse Mingana,...
Some early Judaeo-Christian documents in the John Rylands library : Syriac texts, edited with translation, by Alphonse Mingana,...
The Odes and psalms of Solomon
Sources syriaques... par A. Mingana...
Clef de la langue araméenne

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Manual of the Aramaic language of the Palestinian Talmud
Manual of the Aramaic language of the Palestinian Talmud. Grammar, vocalized text, translation and vocabulary, by the late J. T. Marshall. Edited from the author's manuscript by the Reverend J. Barton Turner. With introduction by... A. Mingana

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The Book of religion and empire, a semi-official defence and exposition of Islām, written by order at the court and with the assistance of the caliph Mutawakkil (A. D. 847-861), by ʿAli Ṭabari, translated with a critical apparatus from an apparently unique ms. in the John Rylands Library, by A. Mingana,...

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