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Le livre des lois des pays

Texts syriaque et traduction française avec une introduction et de nombreuses notes


Edited and Translated by F. Nau
The text published here is the Book of the Laws of Countries, a dialogue in which Bardaisan plays the major role. Nau gives this fascinating text in Syriac (Estrangela) and a French translation along with explanatory notes.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-176-3
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Aug 9,2012
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 96
Language: French
ISBN: 978-1-61719-176-3
$149.00

The writings of the early Syriac author Bardaisan (154-222) are unfortunately lost, but the text published here, the Book of the Laws of Countries, is a dialogue, probably by his pupil Philip, in which Bardaisan plays the major role. This fascinating text, which has been very well studied, is here given in Syriac (Estrangela) and a French translation by a well known editor and translator of Syriac texts. Nau’s introduction covers the text itself, especially with respect to its cosmological details, as well as other testimonia to Bardaisan and his teaching. This standard Syriac text belongs on the shelf of every student and scholar of Syriac, and there is also much of interest in it for readers of ancient philosophy.

The writings of the early Syriac author Bardaisan (154-222) are unfortunately lost, but the text published here, the Book of the Laws of Countries, is a dialogue, probably by his pupil Philip, in which Bardaisan plays the major role. This fascinating text, which has been very well studied, is here given in Syriac (Estrangela) and a French translation by a well known editor and translator of Syriac texts. Nau’s introduction covers the text itself, especially with respect to its cosmological details, as well as other testimonia to Bardaisan and his teaching. This standard Syriac text belongs on the shelf of every student and scholar of Syriac, and there is also much of interest in it for readers of ancient philosophy.

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François Nau

  • Series Foreword (page 5)
  • INTRODUCTION (page 7)
  • LE LIVRE DES LOIS DES PAYS (page 27)
  • FRAGMENT (page 58)
  • EXTRAIT DE MOYSE BAR CEPHA (page 59)
  • LOUVAIN (page 64)
  • DU MEME AUTEUR (page 96)
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