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Syri Orientales, seu Chaldaei, Nestoriani et Romanorum Pontificum Primatus

Commentatio Historico-philologico-theologica


Khayyath, Chaldean archbishop of Amid, here explores the literary testimonies of writers in Syriac and Arabic from the Church of the East on the question of the primacy of the Roman pontiff.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-206-7
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Jul 12,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 228
Language: Latin
ISBN: 978-1-61719-206-7
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George Ebedjesu Khayyath, Chaldean archbishop of Amid (Diyarbakir), in this volume explores the literary testimonies of writers in Syriac and Arabic from the Church of the East on the question of the primacy of the Roman pontiff. The notes contain a great number of source texts in Syriac and Arabic (which are translated in the text itself) along with several philological observations. Several chapters in appendices deal with the history of the Chaldean church and its use of Syriac. An index of names and subjects concludes the work. This study will be of interest to readers concerned with the interactions of the churches in the east, but also to students and scholars generally interested in the literature of the Church of the East.

George Ebedjesu Khayyath, Chaldean archbishop of Amid (Diyarbakir), in this volume explores the literary testimonies of writers in Syriac and Arabic from the Church of the East on the question of the primacy of the Roman pontiff. The notes contain a great number of source texts in Syriac and Arabic (which are translated in the text itself) along with several philological observations. Several chapters in appendices deal with the history of the Chaldean church and its use of Syriac. An index of names and subjects concludes the work. This study will be of interest to readers concerned with the interactions of the churches in the east, but also to students and scholars generally interested in the literature of the Church of the East.

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George Ebedjesu Khayyath

  • Series Foreword (page 5)
  • INDEX (page 8)
  • PROLOGUS (page 12)
  • CAPUT I (page 21)
  • CAPUT II (page 41)
  • CAPUT III (page 92)
  • APPENDIX I (page 125)
  • APPENDIX II (page 159)
  • CAPUT IV (page 177)
  • CONCLUSIO (page 213)
  • INDEX RERUM ALPHABETICUS (page 217)
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