Ignatius Ephraem II Rahmani, Syrian Patriarch of Antioch, in these five volumes offers a great variety of Syriac texts, generally together with Latin translation and commentary. The first volume includes some short historical texts, writings attributed to Ephrem, a letter of Jacob of Edessa, fragments from the Psalms commentary of Daniel of Salah, various short saints’ lives and correspondence. Vol. 2 contains the Syriac version of the Acts of Pilate, while vol. 3 has a number of liturgical documents, including some excerpts from a few sermons of Severus of Antioch. Vol. 4 has the title, “On Ancient Heresies” and contains, among others, a work on false religion before and after Christ, two sermons (119, 123) of Severus of Antioch, and excerpts from a work of Philoxenus dealing with the Messalians. Finally, in the fifth volume Rahmani has edited the work of Anton of Tagrit on rhetoric, given in Syriac only, but with a few notes. Syriac scholars will welcome the availability of this broad range of texts, together with Rahmani’s helpful annotations, once again.