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The Palestinian Version of the Holy Scriptures

Edited and Translated by George Henry Gwilliam; In Collaboration With Ernest Nathaniel Bennett
Series: Analecta Gorgiana 528
ISBN: 978-1-61719-186-2
This work consists of five leaves of the old Syriac version of the Bible, in the Palestinian dialect. Included are images of some of the leaves, Syriac text, English translation, notes, and a essay on the underlying Greek text.

The Materials for the Criticism of the Syriac Peshitto New Testament With Specimens of the Syriac Ma

ISBN: 1-59333-492-3
Gwilliam organizes the sources available for a critical edition of the Peshitto New Testament. These sources include the major manuscripts, Syriac Massorah, and the Arabic and Persian versions. He addresses revisions of the Peshitto New Testament and how the materials cited might be used for a critical edition of the Peshitto.

The Epistle of Eusebius to Carpianus

A Critical Edition of the Syriac Text with an Essay on the Ammonian Sections, Eusebian Canons, and Harmonizing Tables in the Syriac Gospels
ISBN: 1-59333-499-0
Gwilliam presents a critical edition of the letter of Eusebius to Carpianus, as well as a Latin translation. Essays concerning this important epistle addressing the harmonization of the Gospels provides a valuable early insight into the Synoptic Problem.

The Place of the Peshitto Version in the Apparatus Criticus of the Greek New Testament

ISBN: 1-59333-472-9
This essay by Gwilliam explores the vital role of the Syriac Peshitta for textual criticism of the New Testament. While maintaining the priority of the Greek, Gwilliam explores connections and disagreements between the Syriac and the traditional text. An apology for the Peshitto and problems associated with it are openly discussed.

Tetraeuangelium Sanctum [Syriac Gospels, A Critical Edition]

ISBN: 1-931956-33-2
The standard critical edition of the Syriac Peshitta Gospels that satisfies requirements of scholarly research by its sound philological principles.