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Syriac Fragments

Edited and Translated by Eduard Sachau
Sachau here publishes, with Latin translation, fragments of Syriac translations of the works of Theodore of Mopsuestia: commentaries on Genesis and the Minor Prophets, On the Incarnation, a Morning Hymn, and various short exegetical and theological fragments.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-911-5
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Jun 2,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 7 x 10
Page Count: 204
Languages: Latin
ISBN: 978-1-60724-911-5
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Thanks to the revered position Theodore of Mopsuestia held among many Syriac authors, particularly of the Church of the East, several of his works survive only in Syriac translation. In this volume, Sachau publishes fragments of these translations from manuscripts in the British Museum (now Library): commentaries on Genesis and the Minor Prophets, On the Incarnation, a Morning Hymn, and various short exegetical and theological fragments. The editor also provides a Latin translation of each Syriac text published. This book is an essential resource for the history of biblical interpretation and of theology in the Christian east, and these texts are all the more important since Theodore's works hardly survived in Greek.

Thanks to the revered position Theodore of Mopsuestia held among many Syriac authors, particularly of the Church of the East, several of his works survive only in Syriac translation. In this volume, Sachau publishes fragments of these translations from manuscripts in the British Museum (now Library): commentaries on Genesis and the Minor Prophets, On the Incarnation, a Morning Hymn, and various short exegetical and theological fragments. The editor also provides a Latin translation of each Syriac text published. This book is an essential resource for the history of biblical interpretation and of theology in the Christian east, and these texts are all the more important since Theodore's works hardly survived in Greek.

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