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Edessa

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Review
2015
Review
2015
Jacob of Edessa (c. 640–708 CE) is much revered in the Syrian Orthodox tradition. A noted polymath, his range covered exegesis to… 
2008
2008
One of the most important entries to the life and personality of Jacob of Edessa is undoubtedly the study of his activity in the… 
2000
2000
Roman Edessa offers a comprehensive and erudite analysis of the ancient city of Edessa (modern day Urfa, Turkey), which… 
1998
1998
Les rois d'Edesse regnerent sur leur ville pendant plus de trois siecles et demi. Il semble qu'ils aient ete a l'origine chefs de… 
Highly Cited
1993
Highly Cited
1993
This is a translation of the Chronicle of 12th-century Armenian historian, Matthew of Edessa. The Chronicle, which covers the… 
1951
1951
IT is one of the surprises of Syriac patristic studies that, until recently, none of the extant writings of Rabbula of Edessa (ob…