New resource for Syriac studies on the web (

By Mary Fisk|August 13, 2015|Ancient Near East, Semitics and Judaica, History, Religions|0 comments


A section of British Library Add. MS. 14,425, a copy of the Peshitta, which is the Syriac translation of the Bible. The scribe of this manuscript added that it was written at Amida in AD 464. This excerpt contains the text of Exodus 13:14-16. (via Wikimedia Commons at : an annotated bibliography of Syriac resources online (hosted by the University of Oklahoma) has been developed from Resources for Syriac studies (previously hosted by the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection in Washington)

This expanded and searchable collection of links to full-text articles, books and manuscripts on Syriac studies is arranged by topic and theme, including new material on theologians such as Jacob of Sarug and Isaac of Antioch and the classic Bibliotheca hagiographica Orientalis (Brussels, 1910). Open-access content is presented through a variety of electronic platforms

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Please note that some parts of the site may still be under development.

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