Patrologia Syriaca: Complectens Opera Omnia Ss. Patrum, Doctorum Scriptorumque Catholicorum, Quibus Accedunt Aliorum Acatholicorum Auctorum Scripta Quae Ad Res Ecclesiasticas Pertinent, Quotquot Syriace Supersunt, Secundum Codices Praesertim Londinenses, Parisienses, Volumes 1-2
Firmin-Didot et socii, 1907 - Christian literature, Early
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This volume includes the following. (Page-numbers are given according to the electronic page-number, using Abode Reader 9.)
p. 14 - Demonstration 23, "De Acino," by Aphraates the Persian Sage (Syriac with Latin translation in parallel columns),
p. 89 - A Lexicon/Index of Syriac words used in the text of Aphraates,
p. 211 - An Index of Scripture-passages used by Aphraates (including four uses of material from Mk. 16:9-20),
p. 220 - "Liber Legum Regionum" by Bardesanes, with a Preface in Latin. Text begins (with Latin translation in parallel columns) on p. 266.
p. 304 - "Coniunctiones Astrorum, Iuxta Bardesanem," a short work.
p. 306 - a Lexicon/Index of words in "Liber Legum Regionum."
p. 322 - a work either by, or about, Simeon Bar-Sabbae (Barsabbaeus), with Latin translation by Michael Kmosko, with a Preface in Latin on the life and writings of Simeon Bar-Sabbae. (includes comments about calendar-comparison.) Text of "Martyrdom of the Blessed Simeon Bar-Sabbae" (?) begins on p. 378. "Narratio" begins on p. 410.
p. 503 - A Lexicon/Index of words used by in the works by/about Simeon Bar-Sabbae.
p. 534 - A Hymn and Antiphone of (about?) Simeon Bar-Sabbae. With Latin translation.
p. 538 - "The Apocalypse of Baruch, son of Neriah," translated from Greek into Syriac. With preface. By Michael Kmosko. Syriac text with Latin translation in parallel columns begins on p. 550. This text has 77 chapters.
p. 620 - "The Epistle of Baruch, Son of Neriah," Syriac with translation by Michael Kmosko. With Preface. Text begins on p. 626.
p. 640 - Lexicon/Index of words used in the works attributed to Baruch.
p. 664 - "The Testament of Our Father Adam," Syriac text with Preface and Latin translation by Michael Kmosko. Text - fragmentary - begins on p. 676.
p. 698 - APPENDIX: "Apollonius of Tyana - Apotelesmata," translated by F. Nau, with Preface. Text -- GREEK - begins on p. 708, with Latin translation and with an apparatus. Seems to include some incantations, name-lists, and special symbols for amulet-writing. (On p. 727, one symbol resembles a staurogram.)
p. 729 - A Lexicon/Index of terms used in the work about Apollonius, accompanied by an Index of Greek Names and an Index of Hebrew Names.
p. 740 - An Index of this volume of Patrologia Orientalis, providing a table of contents with locations given by column-numbers.