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Dried meat in Bar Bahlul

In a recent post, I mentioned Bar Bahlul’s source “the Proverbs of the Arameans”. Among other entries in his lexicon where he cites that source, here is another: 398 more words

Arabic

A Syriac note (after 1965) from Tehran about manuscripts purchased from a Jewish bookseller

Among the few manuscripts of the Chaldean Church of St. Joseph in Tehran is a late (1896), huge codex (№ 5) with 71 memre of… 328 more words

Syriac

The Forgotten Christian World

In the first millennium, Christianity spread east from Palestine to Iraq, and on to India and China, becoming a global religion accepting of, and accepted by, other faiths. 3,335 more words

History

The Lord's Prayer

Every night for as long as I can remember, (and I can remember a long, long time back!) I have prayed the Lord’s Prayer before going to sleep. 780 more words

Monday Music Mix: August 18, One Cool Thing Edition

I came across this story last week and thought it would be perfect to share with you all for our Music Monday and also as an entry in the One Cool Thing catalog. 297 more words

Music

Two Arabic and Garšūnī verses in Saint Mark's, Jerusalem, № 183

At the end of one of the texts in SMMJ 183, which contains theological and hagiographic writings in Garšūnī, some later reader (or readers?) — the handwriting does not seem to be the same as the scribe’s — has recorded some intended wisdom. 248 more words

Arabic

On Saint Mark's, Jerusalem, № 181 (content, notes, & endpapers)

Manuscript № 181 of Saint Mark’s Monastery in Jerusalem (SMMJ) is an East Syriac manuscript, written, it seems, by a scribe named ʿAbdišoʿ of Ātēl. The main content of the manuscript is the… 298 more words

Arabic