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Themes of Incarnation in the Sedre for the Period of Suboro-Yaldo according to the Mosul Fenqitho


Stephen Plathottathil provides here a study of the liturgical prayers known as sedre corresponding to the portion of the liturgical year from annunciation (suboro) to nativity (yaldo).
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-579-5
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: Moran Etho
Publication Date: May 28,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 641
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61143-579-5
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Sedre are the liturgical prayers that have developed within the West Syriac tradition to accompany the liturgies of worship and feast days. In the present work, Stephen Plathottathil provides a study of the sedre corresponding to the portion of the liturgical year from annunciation (suboro) to nativity (yaldo) by comparing the texts of these prayers in ancient manuscripts to the texts of the nineteenth century Mosul edition of the Fenqitho. Plathottathil also includes the Syriac text and English translation of many of these sedre, making them available for the first time in English translation.

Sedre are the liturgical prayers that have developed within the West Syriac tradition to accompany the liturgies of worship and feast days. In the present work, Stephen Plathottathil provides a study of the sedre corresponding to the portion of the liturgical year from annunciation (suboro) to nativity (yaldo) by comparing the texts of these prayers in ancient manuscripts to the texts of the nineteenth century Mosul edition of the Fenqitho. Plathottathil also includes the Syriac text and English translation of many of these sedre, making them available for the first time in English translation.

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  • THEMES OF INCARNATION IN THE SEDRE FOR THE PERIOD OF SUBORO-YALDO ACCORDING TO THE MOSUL FENQITHO (page 5)
  • FORE WORD (page 7)
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS (page 8)
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS (page 9)
  • ABBREVIATIONS (page 22)
  • Syriac Transliteration (page 26)
  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION (page 27)
  • CHAPTER-I INTRODUCTION TO THE MOSUL FENQITHO (page 35)
  • CHAPTER-II INTRODUCTION TO SEDRO (page 93)
  • CHAPTER-III TRANSLATIONS OF THE SEDRE FOR THE PERIOD OF SUBORO-YALDO ACCORDING TO THE MOSUL FENQITO (page 165)
  • CHAPTER-IV COMPARISON WITH THE SEDRE IN EARLY MANUSCRIPTS OF FENQITHO (page 249)
  • CHAPTER-V CHRISTOLOGICAL VERBS AND TERMS USED FOR THE INCARNATION IN THE SEDRE FOR SUBORO-YALDO PERIOD (page 369)
  • CHAPTER-VI TEACHING ON THE INCARNATION IN THE SEDRE FOR SUBORO-YALDO (page 518)
  • GENERAL CONCLUSION (page 549)
  • APPENDIX -1 (page 559)
  • APPENDIX-II (page 571)
  • APPENDIX-III (page 584)
  • APPENDIX-IV (page 601)
  • APPENDIX-V (page 606)
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY (page 618)
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