Ephraim the Syrian in Anglo-Saxon England

@article{Stevenson2010EphraimTS,
  title={Ephraim the Syrian in Anglo-Saxon England},
  author={Jane Barbara Stevenson},
  journal={Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies},
  year={2010},
  volume={1},
  pages={253 - 272}
}
  • J. Stevenson
  • Published 1 January 2010
  • Linguistics
  • Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies
1 Citations

Asceticism in Old English and Syriac Soul and Body Narratives

A great deal of scholarship on Old English soul-body poetry centers on whether or not the presence of dualist elements in the poems are unorthodox in their implication that the body, as a material

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Heningham , “ The Precursors of the Worcester Fragments

  • Proceedings of the Modern Language Association It appears as Kilianus Piscator ( ed . ) , Libri Sancti Effrem de Compunctione cordis , ( Freiburg im Breisgau , ca . 1491 – 2 ) , sig . L 6 r – L 7 v . The attribution to Ephraim is strengthened by internal evidence : it opens , “ Dearest brothers , co
  • 1976

Another early, semi-liturgical book of a similar type

    3 and 14: translations here from T. Kronholm, Motifs from Genesis 1-11 in the Genuine Hymns of Ephrem the Syrian, with Particular Reference to the Influence of

    • Jewish Exegetical Tradition
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    Heningham , ““ The Precursors of the Worcester Fragments

    • It appears as Kilianus Piscator ( ed . ) , Libri Sancti Effrem de Compunctione cordis Sources and Analogues of Old English Poetry The sources of Christ III : a Revision of Cook ’’ s Notes ( Old English Newsletter subsidia 12 ; Binghamton , NY , 1986 ) 2 –– 3 and passim . 44 Noted by Bestul , ““ Ephr

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      Sources and Analogues of Old English Poetry (Cambridge and Totowa

      • The sources of Christ III: a Revision of Cook's Notes
      • 1976

      Biblioth que municipale 1742

      • 1940

      513-78: a likely intermediary is the Latin homily on this theme in Paris

      • An Early Homily on the 'Body and Soul' Theme

      Biblioteca apostolica vaticana Barberini lat. 497, see P. Salmon, Analecta liturgica