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LOA-18460 Initiation à la langue syriaque I Crédit(s):3 cr Trimestre(s): A Formule(s) pédagogique(s): LT Temps consacré: 3-0-0-6 Initiation à la langue syriaque pour débutants. Étude des structures fondamentales de la langue. Grammaire ..
Languages of Syria. Part of _Ethnologue: Languages of the World_, 13th Edition; Barbara F. Grimes, Editor; Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1996.
St. Pachomius Library: Syriac
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Living Encyclopaedia of Orthodox Christianity
Catholic Encyclopedia: ST. EPHRAEM
(EPHREM, EPHRAIM). Born at Nisibis, then under Roman rule, early in the fourth century; died June, 373. The name of his father is unknown, but he was a pagan and a priest of the goddess Abnil or Abizal.
Catholic Encyclopedia: JACOB BARADAEUS
A Syrian Monophysite bishop, born in Tella, towards the end of the fifth or the beginning of the sixth century, died in 578. He was the son of Theophilus bar Manu, a priest of Tella, and hence his real name was Jacob bar Theophilus; the surname Burde'ana, corrupted into Baradæus, was derived from the coarse horse-cloth barda'than which he usually wore.
Catholic Encyclopedia: JAMES OF SARUGH
A writer of the Syrian Church "the flute of the Holy Spirit and the harp of the believing church"; b. at Kurtam, 451, probably in the district of Sarugh; his father was a priest; d. at Batnan 29 Nov., 521.
Catholic Encyclopedia: ABRAHAM ECCHELENSIS
A learned Maronite, born in Hekel, or Ecchel (hence his surname), a village on Mount Lebanon, in 1600; died 1664 in Rome. He studied at the Maronite College in Rome, published a Syriac grammar (1628), and taught Syriac and Arabic at the College of the Propaganda.
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Catholic Encyclopedia: BAR HEBRAEUS
(Abu'l Faraj). A Jacobite Syrian bishop, philosopher, poet,
grammarian, physician, Biblical commentator, historian, and theologian,
b. at Meletine (Malatia), Asia Minor, 1226; d. at Maragha, Persia,