Author Index

Hugoye Index by Author

Akhrass, P. Roger-Youssef

La Vierge Mère de Dieu dans la pensée de Philoxène de Mabboug (13.1: 31-48)


Anderson, Gary A.

The Fall of Satan in the Thought of St. Ephrem and John Milton (3.1: 3-27)


Andrade, Nathanael J.

The Syriac Life of John of Tella and the Frontier of Politeia (12.2: 199-234)

Ball, Jennifer L.

A Sixteenth-Century Batrashil in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (9.1: 3-35)


Bcheiry, Iskander Sharbil

Syriac Manuscripts in the New York Public Library (11.2: 141-159)


Blanc, Patrick, Sébastian Courtois, and Alain Desreumaux

Report on the State of Preservation of the Byzantine Mosaics of the Saint Gabriel Monastery of Qartmin, Tur Abdin (12.1: 5-19)


Braida, Emanuela

Neo-Aramaic Garshuni: Observations based on Manuscripts (17.1: 17-31)


Brock, Sebastian

The Baptismal Anointings According to the Anonymous Expositio Officiorum (1.1: 5-17)

The Contribution of Departed Syriacists, 1997-2006 (10.1: 7-22)

The Dispute between the Cherub and the Thief (5.2: 169-194)

St. Ephrem in the Eyes of Later Syriac Liturgical Tradition (2.1: 5-25)

Gabriel of Qatar’s Commentary on the Liturgy (6.2: 197-248)

Greek an Latin in Syriac Script (17.1: 33-52)

A Guide to Narsai’s Homilies (12.1: 21-40)

Ktabe Mpassqe, Dismembered and Reconstituted Syriac and Christian Palestinian Aramaic Manuscripts: Some Examples, Ancient and Modern (15.1: 7-20)

A Soghitha on the Daughter of Jephtha, by Isaac (14.1: 3-25)

Some Basic Annotation to The Hidden Pearl: The Syrian Orthodox Church and its Ancient Aramaic Heritage, I-III (5.1: 63-112)

A Syriac Letter on Papyrus: P.Berol.Inv. 8285 (2.2: 163-166)

A Tentative Checklist of Dated Syriac Manuscripts up to 1300 (15.1: 21-48)


Bucur, Bogdan

Early Christian Angelomorphic Pneumatology: Aphrahat the Persian Sage (11.2: 161-205)


Butts, Aaron Michael

Greek μέν in Early Syriac (16.2: 211-223)

The Use of Syāmē as a Phonological Marker in Syriac (18.1: 95-111)


Burke, Tony

The Infancy Gospel of Thomas from an Unpublished Syriac Manuscript: Introduction, Text, Translation and Notes (16.2: 225-299)


Burris, Catherine & Lucas Van Rompay

Some Further Notes on Thecla in Syriac Christianity (6.2: 337-342)

Thecla in Syriac Christianity (5.2: 225-236)


Carlson, Thomas

A Light from “The Dark Centuries”: Isḥaq Shbadnaya’s Life and Works (14.2: 191-214)


Cassis, Marica

The Bema in the East Syriac Church in Light of New Archaeological Evidence (5.2: 195-211)


Chatonnet, Françoise Briquel

Oldest Syriac Christian Inscription Discovered in North-Syria (with Alain Desreumaux) (14.1: 45-61)

Syriac Inscriptions in Syria (with Alain Desreumaux) (14.1: 27-44)

Syriac Manuscripts in India, Syriac Manuscripts from India (15.2: 289-299)


Chin, Catherine M.

Rhetorical Practice in the Chreia Elaboration of Mara bar Serapion (9.2: 145-171)


Clocksin, William F. & Prem P.J. Fernando

Towards Automatic Transcription of Estrangelo Script (6.2: 249-268)


Coakley, J.F.

Syriac in Library Catalogues (15.1: 49-63)


Crawford, Matthew R.

The Fourfold Gospel in the Writings of Ephrem the Syrian (18.1: 9-51)


Dehqan, Mustafa & Alessandro Mengozzi

A Kurdish Garshuni Poem by David of Barazne (19th Century) (17.1: 53-79)


Depuydt, Leo

Classical Syriac Manuscripts at Yale University (9.2: 173-188)


Desreumaux, Alain

Ephraim in Christian Palestinian Aramaic (1.2: 221-226)

Oldest Syriac Christian Inscription Discovered in North-Syria (with Françoise Briquel Chatonnet) (14.1: 45-61)

Syriac Inscriptions in Syria (with Françoise Briquel Chatonnet) (14.1: 27-44)


Dickens, Mark

Syro-Uigurica II: Syriac Passages in U338 from Turfan (16.2: 301-324)


Dinno, Khalid

The Deir Al-Za’faran and Mardin Garshuni Archives (17.2: 195-213)


El-Souriany, Fr. Bigoul & Lucas Van Rompay

Syriac Papyrus Fragments Recently Discovered in Deir al-Surian (Egypt) (4.1: 93-101)


Farag, Lois

Coptic-Syriac Relations beyond Dogmatic Rhetoric (11.1: 3-28)


Fathi-Chelhod, Jean

L’origine du nom Bar ‛Ebroyo: Une vieille histoire d’homonymes (4.1: 7-43)


Fernando, Prem P.J. (with William F. Clocksin)

Towards Automatic Transcription of Estrangelo Script (6.2: 249-268)


Franzmann, Majella

Syriac Language and Script in a Chinese Setting (10.2: 103-114)


Ganz, David

Knowledge of Ephraim’s Writings in the Merovingian and Carolingian Age (2.1: 37-46)


Gavrilovic, Zaga

St. Ephraim the Syrian’s Thought and Imagery as an Inspiration to Byzantine Artists (1.2: 227-251)


Géhin, Paul

L’étonnant destin d’un Psautier Jacobite de XIII Siècle (18.1: 53-65)


Griffith, Sidney H.

Disputing with Islam in Syriac: The Case of the Monk of Bêt hālê and a Muslim Emir (3.1: 29-54)

The Doctrina Addai as a Paradigm of Christian Thought in Edessa in the Fifth Century (6.2: 269-292)

John of Damascus and the Church in Syria in the Umayyad Era: The Intellectual and Cultural Milieu of Orthodox Christians in the World of Islam (11.2: 207-237)

A Spiritual Father for the Whole Church: The Universal Appeal of St. Ephraem the Syrian (1.2: 197-220)


Harrak, Amir

150 Years of Syriac Studies at the University of Toronto (10.2: 143-146)

Patriarchal Funerary Inscriptions in the Monastery of Rabban Hormizd: Types, Literary Origins, and Purpose (6.2: 293-309)

Recent Archaeological Excavations in Takrit and the Discovery of Syriac Inscriptions (4.1: 103-108)


Harvey, Susan A.

Revisiting the Daughters of the Covenant: Women’s Choirs and Sacred Song in Ancient Syriac Christianity (8.2: 125-149)

Theodora the “Believing Queen”: A Study in Syriac Historiographical Tradition (4.2: 209-234)


Heal, Kristian S.

Corpora, eLibraries, and Databases: Locating Syriac Studies in the 21st Century (15.1: 65-78)

A Note on Jacob of Sarug’s Memre on Joseph (14.2: 215-223)


Healey, John F.

The Edessan Milieu and the Birth of Syriac (10.2: 115-127)


Hevelone-Harper, Jennifer L.

Ecclesiastics and Ascetics: Finding Spiritual Authority in Fifth- and Sixth-Century Palestine (9.1: 37-55)


Hunt, Hannah M.

The Tears of the Sinful Woman: A Theology of Redemption in the Homilies of St. Ephraim and His Followers (1.2: 165-184)


Hunter, Erica C.D.

The Christian Library from Turfan: SYR HT 41-42-43, An Early Exemplar of the Ḥuḏrā (15.2: 301-351)


Ibrahim, Gregorios Y. & George A. Kiraz

Ephrem’s Madroshe and the Syrian Orthodox Beth Gazo: A Loose, but Fascinating, Affinity (2.1: 47-56)


Innemée, Karel C.

Deir al-Surian (Egypt): Conservation Work of Autumn 2000 (4.2: 259-268)

The Wall-paintings of Deir al-Surian: New discoveries of 1999 (2.2: 167-188)

Deir al-Surian (Egypt) (with Lucas Van Rompay) (5.2: 245-263)

A Newly Discovered Painting of the Epiphany in Deir Al-Surian (14.1: 63-85)


Juckel, Andreas

A Guide to Manuscripts of the Peshitta New Testament (15.1: 79-163)

MS Schøyen 2530/Sinai Syr. 3 and the New Testament Peshitta (6.2: 311-336)

MS Vat. Syr. 268 and the Revisional Development of the Harklean Margin (1.1: 19-34)

A Re-examintion of Codex Phillipps 1338 (6.1: 3-36)

Research on the Old Syriac Heritage of the Peshitta Gospels. A Collation of MS Bibl. Nationale Syr. 30 (Paris) (12.1: 41-115)

Septuaginta and Peshitta: Jacob of Edessa Quoting the Old Testament in MS BL Add 17134 (8.2: 151-177)


Kaufhold, Hubert

Notizen zur späten Geschichte des Barsaumô-Klosters (3.2: 225-248)


Khalek, Nancy A.

Methods of Instructing Syriac-Speaking Christians to Care for the Poor (8.1: 13-25)


Kim, Angela Y.

Signs of Ephrem’s Exegetical Techniques in his Homily on Our Lord (3.1: 55-70)


King, Daniel

New Evidence on the Philoxenian Version of the New Testament and Nicene Creed (13.1: 9-30)


Kiraz, George A.

The Credentials of Mar Julius Alvares (7.2: 157-168)

eBethArké: The Syriac Digital Library. First Report (4.2: 269-271)

Ephrem’s Madroshe and the Syrian Orthodox Beth Gazo: A Loose, but Fascinating, Affinity (with Gregorios Y. Ibrahim) (2.1: 47-56)

Forty Years of Syriac Computing (10.1: 37-60)

Kthobonoyo Syriac: Some Observations and Remarks (10.2: 129-142)


Kitchen, Robert A.

Jonah’s Oar: Christian Typology in Jacob of Serug’s Mēmrā 122 on Jonah (11.1: 29-62)

The Lust of the Belly is the Beginning of All Sin. Practical Theology of Asceticism in the Discourses of Philoxenos of Mabbug (13.1: 49-63)

The Pearl of Virginity: Death as the Reward of Asceticism in Memra 191 of Jacob of Serug (7.2: 147-156)

Philoxène de Mabboug. Homélies. Introduction, traduction et notes par Eugène Lemoine (13.1: 65-73)

Syriac Additions to Anderson: The Garden of Eden in the Book of  and Philoxenus of Mabbug (6.1: 37-50)


Klein, Wassilios

Syriac Writings and Turkic Language according to Central Asian Tombstone Inscriptions (5.2: 213-224)


Koonammakkal, Thomas Kathanar

Ephrem’s Ideas on Singleness (2.1: 57-66)


Kruisheer, Dirk & Lucas Van Rompay

A Bibliographical Clavis to the Works of Jacob of Edessa (1.1: 35-56)


Lane, George

An Account of Gregory Bar Hebraeus Abu al-Faraj and His Relations with the Mongols of Persia (2.2: 209-233)


Lehto, Adam

Women in Aphrahat: Some Observations (4.2: 187-207)


Lund, Jerome A.

Gender Documentation of Nouns in Syriac Lexicography: Remarks on the Renovated Lexicon Syriacum (16.1: 3-14)


Makhlouf, Avril M.

Hindiyya Anne ‛ajaymi and Her Spiritual Journey: The Essential Lightness of Being (4.2: 235-257)


Martin, Matthew J.

A Syriac Inscription from Deir Al-Surian (5.2: 237-244)


Matthews, Jr., Edward G.

A Bibliographical Clavis to the Corpus of Works attributed to Isaac of Antioch (5.1: 3-14)

The Works attributed to Isaac of Antioch: A[nother] Preliminary Checklist (6.1: 51-76)


McCarron, Richard E.

An Epiphany of Mystical Symbols: Jacob of Sarug’s Mêmrâ 109 on Abraham and His Types (1.1: 57-78)


McCollum, Adam

An Arabic Scholion to Genesis 9:18–21 (Noah’s Drunkenness) Attributed to Philoxenos of Mabbug (13.2: 125-148)

Garshuni as It Is: Some Observations from Reading EAst an West Syriac Manuscripts (17.2: 215-235)

Remarks on Recent Cataloging Efforts among Syriac Manuscripts Preserved at the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (15.2: 353-373)

The Rejoicing Silor and the Rotting Hand: Two Formulas in Syriac and Arabic Colophons (18.1: 67-93)


Mengozzi, Alessandro & Mustafa Dehqan

A Kurdish Garshuni Poem by David of Barazne (19th Century) (17.1: 53-79)


Menze, Volker

Priests, Laity and the Sacrament of the Eucharist in Sixth Century Syria (7.2: 129-146)


Michelson, David A.

A Bibliographic Clavis to the Works of Philoxenos of Mabbug (13.2: 273-338)


Millar, Fergus

A Syriac Codex from Near Palmyra and the ‘Ghassanid’ Abokarib (16.1: 15-35)


Monferrer-Sala, Juan Pedro

‘Cast out Hagar and Ismael Her Son from Me’: Text and Intertext in Eutychius of Alexandria’s Annals (14.2: 225-247)


Morony, Michael G.

Michael the Syrian as a Source for Economic History (3.2: 141-172)


Morrison, Craig E.

The Reception of the Book of Daniel in Aphrahat’s Fifth Demonstration, “On Wars” (7.1: 55-82)


Mouawad, Ray

The Teaching of Syriac in Lebanon: An Overview (3.1: 105-109)


Moukarzel, Joseph

Maronite Garshuni Texts: On their Evolution, Characteristics, and Function (17.2: 237-262)


Murray, S.J., Robert

The Ephremic Tradition and the Theology of the Environment (2.1: 67-82)


Murre-van den Berg, Heleen H.L.

Generous Devotion: Women in the Church of the East between 1550 and 1850 (7.1: 11-54)

The Patriarchs of the Church of the East from the Fifteenth to Eighteenth Centuries (2.2: 235-264)


Odorisio, David M.

Thomas Merton’s Novitiate Conferences on Philoxenos of Mabbug (April-June 1965): Philoxenos on the Foundations of the Spiritual Life and the Recovery of Simplicity (13.2: 251-271)


Palmer, Andrew

The Influence of Ephraim the Syrian (2.1: 83-109)

A Single Human Being Divided in Himself: Ephraim the Syrian, the Man in the Middle (1.2: 119-163)


Penn, Michael

“Bold and Having No Shame”: Ambiguous Widows, Controlling Clergy, and Early Syrian Communities (4.2: 159-185)

Monks, Manuscripts, and Muslims: Syriac Textual Changes in Reaction to the Rise of Islam (12.2: 235-257)

The Wright Decoder: A Page Index to the Catalogue of Syriac Manuscripts in the British Museum (16.1: 37-92)


Perczel, István

Garshuni Malayalam: A Witness to an Early Stage of Indian Christian Literature (17.2: 263-323)


Possekel, Ute

Expectations of the End in Early Syriac Christianity (11.1: 63-94)

From Damascus to Edessa. Travelogue of a Visit to Syria and Turkey (12.1: 135-165)


Ramelli, Ilaria L. E.

Luke 17:21: “The Kingdom of God is Inside you.” The Ancient Syriac Versions in Support of the Correct Translation (12.2: 259-286)

Possible Historical Traces in the Doctrina Addai (9.1: 51-127)

Possible Origin of Abgar-Addai Legend: Abgar the Black and Emperor Tiberius (16.2: 325-341)


Rowell, Geoffrey

“Making Church of England Poetical”: Ephraim and the Oxford Movement (2.1: 111-129)


Russell, Paul S.

The Image of the Infant Jesus in Ephrem the Syrian (5.1: 35-62)

Nisibis as the Background to the Life of Ephrem the Syrian (8.2: 179-235)


Salvesen, Alison

Jacob of Edessa’s Version of Exodus 1 and 28 (8.1: 41-58)


Schmidt, Andrea B.

The Armenian Versions I and II of Michael the Syrian (16.1: 93-128)

A New Syriac Inscription in Deir al-Surian (Egypt) (with Lucas Van Rompay) (4.1: 109-114)


Shepardson, Christine C.

“Exchanging Reed for Reed”: Mapping Contemporary Heretics onto Biblical Jews in Ephrem’s Hymns on Faith (5.1: 15-34)

Interpreting the Ninevites’ Repentance: Jewish and Christian Exegetes in Late Antique Mesopotamia (14.2: 249-277)


Smith, Kyle

Dendrites and Other Standers in the History of the Exploits of Bishop Paul of Qanetos and Priest John of Edessa (12.1: 117-134)


Sobczynski, Elizabeth

The Conservation of Manuscripts in the Library of Deir al-Surian: First Notes (2.2: 203-207)


Stevenson, Jane

Ephraim the Syrian in Anglo-Saxon England (1.2: 253-272)


Suomala, Karla R.

The Colloquy of Moses on Mount Sinai (8.1: 27-39)


Takahashi, Hidemi

Armenian Garshuni: An Overview of the Known Material (17.1: 81-117)

Observations on Bar ‛Ebroyo’s Marine Geography (6.1: 77-130)

The Shorter Syriac-Armenian Glossary in Ms. Yale Syriac 9. Part 2: Glossary in Transcription/ Translation (14.1: 87-144)

Ṣimeon of Qal‛a Rumaita, Patriarch Philoxenus Nemrod and Bar ‛Ebroyo (4.1: 45-91)


Tarzi, Joseph

Edessa in the Era of Patriarch Michael the Syrian (3.2: 205-223)


Taylor, David G.K.

St. Ephraim’s Influence on the Greeks (1.2: 185-196)


Trigona-Harany, Benjamin

A Bibliography of Süryânî Periodicals in Ottoman Turkish (12.2: 287-300)


Upson-Saia, Kristi

Caught in a Compromising Position: The Biblical Exegesis and Characterization of Biblical Protagonists in the Syriac Dialogue Hymns (9.2: 189-211)


Van Esbroeck, S.J., Michel

A Ballad about Saint Andrew and the Cannibals, Attributed to Saint Ephraim (2.1: 27-36)


Van Rompay, Lucas

A Bibliographical Clavis to the Works of Jacob of Edessa (with Dirk Kruisheer) (1.1: 35-56)

Deir al-Surian (Egypt) (with Karel C. Innemée) (5.2: 245-263)

Mallpânâ dilan Suryâyâ: Ephrem in the Works of Philoxenus of Mabbog (7.1: 83-105)

A New Syriac Inscription in Deir al-Surian (Egypt) (with Andrea B. Schmidt) (4.1: 109-114)

Past and Present Perceptions of Syriac Literary Tradition (3.1: 71-103)

Syriac Inscriptions in Deir al-Surian: Some Reflections on Their Writers and Readers (2.2: 189-202)

Syriac Studies: The Challenges of the Coming Decade (10.1: 23-35)


Viezure, Dana

Argumentative Strategies on Philoxenos of Mabbug’s Correspondence: From the Syriac Model to the Greek Model (13.2: 149-175)


Wakefield, Gordon

John Wesley and Ephraem Syrus (1.2: 273-286)


Walters, J. Edward

The Philoxenian Gospels as Reconstructed from the Writings of Philoxenos of Mabbug (13.2: 177-249)


Weltecke, Dorothea

Originality and Function of Formal Structures in the Chronicle of Michael the Great (3.2: 173-202)


Zieme, Peter

The Song of the Three Men in the Furnace and the Benediction Prayer (Dan. 3:24-91): According to a Garshuni Turkish Manuscript (17.2: 325-352)