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  • Syriac manuscripts - mssyr3 - E-Corpus
    date used when printed texts were not yet available There was also a collection of Malayālam texts on palm leaves held together by cords as it was the custom in olden days Geognames Inde other India Subject 090a Manuscripts 220 sacred texts Dewey200 Religion Tags Hide tags Add an information Il n y a aucun tag pour cette notice Date created 08 03 2009 09 29 35 Last update 01

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  • Syriac manuscripts - mssyr4 - E-Corpus
    held in great honour at Trichur He was succeeded by the Mesopotamian Mar Thomas Darmo 1945 1969 who died as Patriarch of a fraction of the Church of the East in Baghdad The Bishops Rokos Jacob Mellus brought some manuscripts with them which formed the nucleus of the present collection together with some others they could acquire in the country But the Bishops Abimelek and Darmo collected and imported more of them or got them from the Middle East A good number of syriac manuscripts are only of interest as witnesses of the foundation and the development of the Nestorian diocese of Trichur but not of the Christians of St Thomas as a whole or of their two major divisions Syro Malabarians and Jacobites Mar Aprem has published a catalogue of his manuscripts it is to appear in a learned publication but because this would take time he published it provisionally in a small memorial volume called First Anniversary Chaldean Syrian Church Kallur 14 1 1979 the church of Kallur belongs to the diocese of Mar Aprem This list of 16 unnumbered pages enumerates 82 manuscripts 2 collections of diaries of Mar Abimelek and Mar Darmo 4 collections of various letters of which the 4th is the most important and a copy Mar Aprem calls it a rubbing of natural size of the texts of the famous stone of Si ngan fu erected in 781 in a suburb of the capital of the Chinese empire of the time A stone copy of this monument is now in Rome and it has been studied and reproduced in various works Of 23 manuscripts it is explicitly stated that they were copied in the Middle East of a number of others the same thing is very probable if not certain Geognames Inde other

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  • Syriac manuscripts - mssyr7 - E-Corpus
    the Jacobite Bishop s House Anjoor India Anjoor INDIA Language English Material Lang 1 Syriac Date 16 19th centuries Geognames Inde other India Subject 090a Manuscripts 220 sacred texts Dewey200 Religion Tags Hide tags Add an information Il n y a aucun tag pour cette notice Date created 08 03 2009 09 29 35 Last update 08 04 2009 18 17 04 accessrestrict on request userestrict on request Location of

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  • Syriac manuscripts - mssyr8 - E-Corpus
    of the Orthodox Syrian Seminary Kottayam India Kottayam INDIA Language Syriac Material Lang 1 Syriac Tags Hide tags Add an information Il n y a aucun tag pour cette notice Date created 08 03 2009 09 29 35 Last update 08 04 2009 18 17 04 accessrestrict on request userestrict on request Location of this notice within collections Display Location of this notice within collections Hide Kottayam Library of the

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  • Syriac manuscripts - mssyr9 - E-Corpus
    Middle East by Bishops and their companies Other copies were especially ordered from India for the library in Pampākuda such as the beautiful volumes copied by the deacon Mathew in Mosul The member of the Konat family who ordered them wished to possess copies of the best works of classical WS authors above all Barhebreus and bar Salibi The library was evidently built up with care and love for tradition A good number of books it contains are also to be found in other places in Kerala In Kerala WS tradition is not more than three centuries old and in those years it needed time to develop This is the reason why one does not find in the library of Pampäkuda the same variety of quite old and important manuscripts that one finds in the old libraries of monasteries and prelates in the Middle East Besides that one should not forget that a number of valuable volumes left the country and are now treasures of European libraries Geognames Inde other India Subject 090a Manuscripts 220 sacred texts 220 2 christian texts Dewey200 Religion Tags Hide tags Add an information Il n y a aucun tag pour cette notice Date created

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  • Syriac manuscripts - mssyr - E-Corpus
    went over to him and created some confusion Thomas brought the matter before the Dutch commander of Cochin Adam Van der Duin who advised him to write to the Antiochian Patriarch The letter is written in a verbose and even pompous language as the occasion seemed to require Other letters are in the same style The original as well as the copy is now in the library of the Municipal University of Amsterdam In his answer written in 1713 Schaaf informs the Metropolitan that he sends him a printed text of the Syriac New Testament recently edited by him Leiden 1704 vdP1 asking to send him in return his own New Testament If Mar Thoma is pleased with the book Schaaf will send him as many copies as he wants at a moderate price sic The commercial part of the letter being completed Schaaf confesses his faith in the words of the first part of the short Roman Credo adding that in Christ are two natures the divine one and the human one and one Person He goes on to say that if there are any books in India written by St Thomas or any other Apostle he would very much like to have them He is much interested in the books of the Old Testament the text of the liturgy and the principal doctrines of the community doctrinas vestras fundamentales in order that the glory of God may be magnified everywhere on earth that we may serve the Lord in one spirit and one soul all the days At the end of the letter Schaaf gives his address in Dutch Carolo Schaaf Leeraer der Oostersche taelen in de Academie tot Leyden The Gregorios mentioned by Mar Thoma in his letter is the one who arrived in Malabar in 1665 he came from Jerusalem where he resided in the old monastery of Mar Markos with the rank of Metropolitan he died in 1672 in Kerala where he was called Patriarch One gets the impression that the Maphriâns a title unknown in the old form of Christianity of Kerala were sometimes called Patriarchs by the Jacobites of Malabar Basilios and John arrived in 1685 they came from the monastery of Mar Mattay not far from Mosul seat of the Maphriân Mar Iwannis John died in 1693 The story of Mar Gabriel is known from various sources and the library of the University of Amsterdam has a letter sent by him to Holland The Syriac of the letter of Maha Thoma is not outstanding to say the least from its style and contents it is clear that he is still under the influence of the old traditions of the Christians of St Thomas The way he addresses the Patriarch of Antioch is reminiscent of ES tradition and ideas The Nestorian Patriarch was the supreme head of his Church responsible to nobody and successor of St Peter to the Church of the East An echo of this resounds in the terminology of the

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  • Syriac manuscripts - mssyr - E-Corpus
    Roma ITALY Language English Material Lang 1 Syriac Scope content The archives preserve a number of letters written from Malabar to Rome The correspondence was conducted in Portuguese or in Latin In spite of this some letters bear signatures in Syriac or even in Malayãlam Subject 090a Manuscripts Dewey200 Religion Tags Hide tags Add an information Il n y a aucun tag pour cette notice Date created 08 03 2009

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  • Syriac manuscripts - mssyr - E-Corpus
    the same time not in Syriac and preserved in the Roman archives of the Society He is not favourably disposed towards the Mesopotamian Bishops Joseph and Abraham but he praises Roz who was certainly a man of genius as his curriculum vitae reveals Roz was born in Catalonia in 1557 he entered the Society of Jesus in 1575 went to India in 1583 where he became Professor of Syriac in 1584 He also knew Malayãlam and preached in that language In 1585 he accompanied Mar Abraham to a Provincial Council at Goa where he suppressed the name and the Office of Nestorius from the liturgy He tried to compile a personal collection of Syriac books but in most cases he had to be content with reading those belonging to indigenous priests and to take notes He was the first to compose religious books in Malayālam among which is a book of Christian doctrine and a collection of prayers In 1600 he became Latin Bishop of Angamali in 1608 Archbishop of the diocese to which the See of Cranganore was added in 1610 He died at Cranganore on 16 2 1624 Two years later his body was found incorrupted when it had to be translated Castets does not say where the mortal remains of the Bishop found their last resting place but Tisserant Hambye notes p 75 note 1 that his tomb stone can be seen in the old church of northern Parur one of the churches said to have been founded by St Thomas Roz found the first Nestorian christological text with an old priest who held it in great esteem because of his ignorance p 20 2 Nevertheless he says they publicly call the blessed Virgin the Mother of God This custom was certainly not Pre Portuguese but either

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