Syriac ms., Add. 17, 126
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Syriac ms., Add. 17, 126 ff. 1-38. by Bp. of Hierapolis Philoxenus

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Published in [London] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Syriac language -- Texts,
  • Manuscripts, Syriac

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsPJ5417 P5
The Physical Object
Pagination[76 leaves]
Number of Pages76
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15325064M

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This is not the Peshitta edition of the text, so if you are a Syriac student, you will want to look elsewhere. As for what it is, this is the modern Syriac version of the Bible. It is a beautiful copy and serves for interesting comparison to the Peshitta, but it is not what most students of Classical Syriac will s: 5. Heilige boeken: jodendom, christendom, islam = Sacred books: Judaism, Christianity, Islam Sacred books: This catalogue accompanies the exhibition 'Sacred books. Judaism, Christiany, Islam' in the Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library, Antwerp, from 19 September to 21 December In the 10th century a scribe copied the Odes in Syriac, but only Odes Sol. are preserved (British Museum ms. Add. ). In the 15th century another scribe copied them into Syriac, but again the beginning is lost (John Rylands Library Cod. Syr. 9 contains only Odes Sol. b). See Also Peshitta The term Peshitta was used by Moses bar Kepha in and means "simple" (analogy of Latin Vulgate).It is the oldest Syriac version survived to the present day in its entirety. It contains 22 books of New Testament, lacking the shorter General epistles ( John, 2 Peter, Jude, as well as John ). It was made in the beginning of the 5th century.