Sebastian P. Brock

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Note :
Professeur d'araméen et de syriaque à l'Université d'Oxford, GB (en 1987). - Membre de l'Académie britannique (en 1996)
Variant of the name : Sebastian Brock
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2278 3630

Activities of Sebastian P. Brock (49)

Auteur du texte (31)

An introduction to Syriac studies
Gorgias concise Syriac-English, English-Syriac dictionary
Catalogue of the Syriac manuscripts and fragments in the library of Deir Al-Surian, Wadi Al-Natrun (Egypt)
Fire from heaven
The Bible in the Syriac tradition
Katabaʾ qadišaʾ lefwt mashlmanwtaʾ Swriyataʾ
From Ephrem to Romanos
The recensions of the Septuaginta version of I Samuel
Syriac studies
Catalogue of syriac fragments (new finds) in the library of the Monastery of Saint Catherine, Mount Sinai
Isaac of Nineveh
Isaac of Nineveh
A verse homily on Abraham and Sarah in Egypt : Syriac original with early Arabic translation
Studies in Syriac christianity
Some important baptismal themes in the Syriac tradition
L'oeil de lumière
A brief guide to the main editions and translations of the works of St. Ephrem
Syriac poetry on Biblical themes
An Epiphany hymn on the Church as the bride of Christ
Relevance of Syriac studies
Maggnānūtā : a technical term in East Syrian spirituality and its background
A hymn of St. Ephrem on the Eucharist
Syriac perspectives on late antiquity
Severos' letter to John the Soldier
Some Syriac accounts of the Jewish sects
The Poetic of St. Ephrem : an analysis of H. Azym
Rabban Ṣauma à Constantinople, 1287
A Medieval Armenian pilgrims description of Constantinople
The Syriac manuscripts in the National library, Athens
The Armenian and Syriac versions of the Ps. Nonnus mythological scholia
An early Armenian palimpsest fragment of Hebrews

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Holy women of the Syrian Orient
The Syriac Fathers on prayer and the spiritual life

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Scribal practices and the social construction of knowledge

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The Jewish aramaic inscriptions from Ghor Es-Safi (Byzantine Zoora)

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