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Vat. sir. 117 700 CE Syriac

See entry in Assemani

  • Binding
  • f. 1r Contents
  • f. 1v-9v Jacob of Sarug, On the Chariot that Ezekiel Saw (B 337)
  • f. 9v-11v Jacob of Sarug, On the Consecration of a Church (B 286)
  • f. 11v-14r Jacob of Sarug, On the Consecration of a Church (B 37)
  • f. 14r-17v Jacob of Sarug, On Sinai (B 129)
  • f. 17v-19r Jacob of Sarug, On our Lord and Jacob, and on Rachel and the Church, and on Leah and the Synagogue
  • f. 19r-21v Jacob of Sarug, On Tamar and on the Mystery of the church (B 362)
  • f. 21v-23r Jacob of Sarug, On Jacob's vision at Bethel (B 332)
  • f. 23r-25v Jacob of Sarug, On the Veil of Moses (B 61)
  • f. 25v-28r Jacob of Sarug, On the Annunciation to Zachariah (B 89)
  • f. 28r-29v John Chrysostom: On the Annunciation to Zachariah
  • f. 29v-31r Ephrem: On the Annunciation to the Mother of God
  • f. 31r-32r On the Annunciation to the Mother of God by the Angel (B 179) 
  • f. 32r-26r Jacob of Sarug, On the Journey of Mary to Elizabeth (B 73)
  • f. 36r-43r Jacob of Sarug, On the Nativity (B 366)
  • f. 43r-45r Jacob of Sarug, On the Nativity II (B 367)
  • f. 45r-47r Jacob of Sarug, On the Nativity III (B 294)
  • f. 47r-54r Jacob of Sarug, On the Nativity IV and On the Star the Magi Saw (B 135)
  • f. 54r-55v Jacob of Sarug, On the Saying of Isaiah: And His Name Shall be Called Emmanuel (B 160) 
  • f. 55v-57r Jacob of Sarug, On the Saying of Isaiah: And His Name Shall Be Called Wonderfl (B 130)
  • f. 57r-59v Jacob of Sarug, On Baalam and Balak (B 98)
  • f. 59-62r Jacob of Sarug, On the Saying of God: Let Us Make Man in Our Own Image; and on the Birth of the Messiah
  • f. 62r-64r On Christ's Thirty Years
  • f. 64r -67r On the Holy Mother of God
  • f. 67r-67v Ephrem: On the Mother of God
  • f. 67v-70v Another Memra on the Mother of God
  • f. 70v-74v Ephrem: On the Magi
  • f. 74r-76r On the Slaying of the Infants
  • f. 76r-78v On Moses the Prophet and the Slaying of the children who were killed by Herod
  • f. 78v-80r Severus of Antioch: Homily on the Holy Fathers Basil and Gregory Spoken in the Church of the Holy Ignatius
  • f. 80r-83r On Constantine the Believing Emperor and the Council of Nicea
  • f. 83r-86v On the Baptism of Our Lord
  • f. 86v-88v On the Baptism of the Law and the Baptism of John and on the Baptism that our Lord gave to the Apostles
  • f. 88v-90v On the Torrent that Ezekiel Saw
  • f. 90v-93v On the Betrothal of Rebecca
  • f. 93v-97r On the Samaritan Woman (John 4:4-26)
  • f. 97r-100r Isaac: On the Samaritan Woman
  • f. 100r-101v Isaac: On the Samaritan Woman II
  • f. 101v-103v Isaac: On the Samaritan Woman III
  • f. 103v-104v Isaac: On the Samaritan Woman IV
  • f. 104v-107r On the Slaying of John the Baptist
  • f. 107r-110r On the Praise of John the Baptist
  • f. 110r-115r George, a Disciple of Jacob of Sarug: On Jacob of Sarug
  • f. 115r-116v On Stephen
  • f. 116v-117r John Chrysostom: On Stephen
  • f. 117r-132v On Jonah
  • f. 132v-139v Ephrem: On Jonah
  • f. 139v-140v On Chalcedon
  • f. 140v-143r On the Predestination of our Lord at the Temple and on the Old Man Simeon
  • f. 144v-146r On Priests
  • f. 146r-148v On the Grave of Moses
  • f. 148v-150v On the Grave of Priests
  • f. 150v-151r Ephrem: On Priests
  • f. 151r-152v Memra on Aaron the Priest
  • f. 152v-153v On Priest and King
  • f. 153v-155v Ephrem: On the Fear of God
  • f. 155v-158r On the Fashioning of Adam
  • f. 158r-160v On the End
  • f. 160v-162v On the End and Judgment
  • f. 162v-163r On the Departed
  • f. 163r-163v Another on the Departed
  • f. 163v-165r Isaac: On the Departed
  • f. 165r-167v On the Departed
  • f. 167v-169r On the Miracle at Cana
  • f. 169r-171v On the Forty Day Fast
  • f. 171v-176r On the Forty Day Fast II
  • f. 176r-178r On the Forty Day Fast III
  • f. 178r-179r Ephrem: On the Fast
  • f. 179r-181v On the Saying of Our Lord: Do Not Swear
  • f. 181v-183r Ephrem: On that Which David Said [Psalm 141:3]
  • f. 183r-184r On Admonition
  • f. 184r-187v Testament of Mor Ephrem
  • f. 187v-195v History of Mor Ephrem
  • f. 195v-196r On the Miracles of Our Lord
  • f. 196r-198r On the Saying of Our Lord [Matthew 16:26]
  • f. 198r-199v On the Saying of our Lord [Matthew 13:33]
  • f. 199v-202r On Repentance
  • f. 202r-203v Ephrem: On Repentance
  • f. 203v-205r Ephrem: On Repentance
  • f. 205r-207v On Admonition
  • f. 207v-208r Isaac: On Repentance
  • f. 208r-209v On Haughtiness
  • f. 209v-211v On Repentance
  • f. 211v-213r Ephrem: On Ecclesiastes
  • f. 213r-215v Ephrem: On Admonition
  • f. 215v-217r Ephrem: On that Which was Said by Isaiah: Let the Sinner be Eliminated
  • f. 217r-218r On the End and Judgment
  • f. 218r-219v On the End
  • f. 219v-221v On that Which Our Lord Said [Luke 11:24]
  • f. 221v-223v On the Ten Coins and the Hundred Sheep (Luke 15:3-10)
  • f. 223v-225r Isaac: On Admonition
  • f. 225r-232v On the Rich Man and Lazarus
  • f. 232v-236r On Admonition and against Blasphemy
  • f. 236r-243v Ephrem: On Reproof
  • f. 243v-245v Ephrem: On Reproof
  • f. 245v-246v Isaac: On the Sabbath Vespers
  • f. 246v-248r Jacob of Sarug, On the End
  • f. 248r-251r Jacob of Sarug, On the Canaanite Woman
  • f. 251r-253v Jacob of Sarug, On Zacchaeus the Publican
  • f. 253v-256v Jacob of Sarug, On the Workers in the Vineyard
  • f. 256v-260v Jacob of Sarug, On the Prodigal Son
  • f. 260v-264v Jacob of Sarug, On the Prodigal Son
  • f. 264r-266r Jacob of Sarug, On the Pharisee and Publican
  • f. 266r-268r Jacob of Sarug, On Repentance
  • f. 268r-271r Jacob of Sarug, On Addai the Apostle and Abgar the King of Edessa
  • f. 271r-272r Jacob of Sarug, On the Camel and the Needle's Eye
  • f. 272r-273v Jacob of Sarug, On a Single Law Giver in the Old and New Testament
  • f. 273v-277v Jacob of Sarug, On that Prayer Which our Lord Taught His Disciples
  • f. 277v-279v Jacob of Sarug, On that Young Man who Said to Our Lord: What Shall I do to Inherit Eternal Life (Matthew 19:16)
  • f. 279v-281v Jacob of Sarug, On the Kingdom as a Mustard Seed
  • f. 281v-283r Jacob of Sarug, On Pride
  • f. 283r-285v Jacob of Sarug, On the Kingdom and Gehenna
  • f. 285v-287r Isaac: On Humility
  • f. 287r-288v Jacob of Sarug, On the End
  • f. 288v-292v Jacob of Sarug, On the Anti-Christ
  • f. 292v-294v Jacob of Sarug, On the 40 Martyrs
  • f. 294v-296r Jacob of Sarug, On the Three Dead People raised by Our Lord
  • f. 296r-298v Jacob of Sarug, On the Man who Went Down from Jerusalem to Jericho and Fell Among Thieves
  • f. 298v-299v Jacob of Sarug, On the Saying of Our Lord: The Kingdom of Heaven is Like a Treasure Hidden in a Field (Matthew 13:44)
  • f. 299v-302r Jacob of Sarug, On Christ as Food and Drink
  • f. 302r-304r Jacob of Sarug, On the Woman Who was Bent over for Eighteen Years (Luke 13:11)
  • f. 304r-308v Jacob of Sarug, On the Five Loaves and the Two Fishes
  • f. 308v-310v Jacob of Sarug, On Admonition and Poverty
  • f. 310v-312v Jacob of Sarug, On the Love of Money
  • f. 312v-315r Jacob of Sarug, On Vanity of Vanities (Ecclesiastes)
  • f. 315r-316v Jacob of Sarug, On the Indignation of the Poor
  • f. 316v-317v Jacob of Sarug, On Admonition
  • f. 317v-319r Jacob of Sarug, On the Prodigal Son
  • f. 319r-320r Isaac, On the Prodigal Son
  • f. 320r-321r Isaac, On the Saying of Our Lord: Unless You are Converted and Become like Little Children I
  • f. 321r-322r Isaac, On the Saying of Our Lord: Unless You are Converted and Become like Little Children II
  • f. 322r-323r Isaac, On the Saying of Our Lord: Unless You are Converted and Become like Little Children III
  • f. 323r-323v Isaac, On the Saying of our Lord: It is Good to Confess the Lord
  • f. 323v-324v Isaac, On Perfection
  • f. 324v-326v Jacob of Sarug, On the End
  • f. 326v-329r Jacob of Sarug, On the Widow's Son
  • f. 329r-332r Jacob of Sarug, On the Leper
  • f. 332r-335r Jacob of Sarug, On the Daughter of Jephthah (Judges 11:29-40)
  • f. 335r-339v Jacob of Sarug, On Uzziah the King and Isaiah the Prophet
  • f. 339v-341v Jacob of Sarug, Against the Jews I
  • f. 341v-343r Jacob of Sarug, Against the Jews II
  • f. 343r-345r Jacob of Sarug, Against the Jews III
  • f. 345r-346v Jacob of Sarug, Against the Jews IV
  • f. 346v-348v Jacob of Sarug, Against the Jews V
  • f. 348v-350v Jacob of Sarug, Against the Jews VI
  • f. 350v-353r Jacob of Sarug, Against the Jews VII
  • f. 353r-355v Jacob of Sarug, On the Contest of Our Lord
  • f. 355v-360v Jacob of Sarug, On David and Goliath
  • f. 360v-362v Jacob of Sarug, On the Raising of Lazarus
  • f. 362v-364v Ephrem: On the Raising of Lazarus
  • f. 364v-367v Ephrem: On Palm Sunday
  • f. 367v-369r Jacob of Sarug, On Palm Sunday
  • f. 369r-370v Jacob of Sarug, On the Cursed Fig-tree
  • f. 370v-373r Jacob of Sarug, On the Passion of Our Lord
  • f. 373r-375v Jacob of Sarug, Another on the Passion of our Lord
  • f. 375v-378v Jacob of Sarug, Another on the Passion of our Lord
  • f. 378v-381r Jacob of Sarug, Another on the Passion of our Lord
  • f. 381r-386r Jacob of Sarug, Another on the Passion of our Lord
  • f. 386r-388v Jacob of Sarug, Another on the Passion of our Lord
  • f. 388v-391v Jacob of Sarug, On the Parable of the Vineyard
  • f. 391v-394v Jacob of Sarug,On the Parable of the Ten Virgins
  • f. 394v-397r Jacob of Sarug, On Matthew 22:2
  • f. 397r-399r John Chrysostom: Homily on the Passion of Our Lord
  • f. 399r-403r Jacob of Sarug, On Abraham and Isaac
  • f. 403r-405v Jacob of Sarug, On Samson (I)
  • f. 405v-407v Jacob of Sarug, On Cain and Abel I
  • f. 407v-409r Jacob of Sarug, On Cain and Abel II
  • f. 409v-411r Jacob of Sarug, On Cain and Abel III
  • f. 411r-412v Jacob of Sarug, On Cain and Abel IV
  • f. 412v-415v Jacob of Sarug, On Joseph I 
  • f. 415v-417v Jacob of Sarug, On Joseph II
  • f. 417v-420r Jacob of Sarug, On Joseph III
  • f. 420r-422r Jacob of Sarug, On Joseph IV
  • f. 422r-424r Jacob of Sarug, On Joseph VI
  • f. 424r-426r Jacob of Sarug, On Joseph VII
  • f. 426r-426v Jacob of Sarug, On Joseph VIII
  • f. 426v-432r Jacob of Sarug, On Joseph IX
  • f. 432r-434v Jacob of Sarug, On Joseph X
  • f. 434v-436v Jacob of Sarug, On the Bronze Serpent
  • f. 436v-440r Jacob of Sarug, On the Sacrifice of Aziel (Leviticus 16)
  • f. 440r-442 Jacob of Sarug, On Those Two Sparrows that Were Required by the Law (Leviticus 14)
  • f. 442v-448r Jacob of Sarug, On the Adulteries of the Congregation (On Moses VII)
  • f. 448r-449v On Samson (II)
  • f. 449v-452v On the Bronze Serpent (B 182)
  • f. 452v-457r George, Bishop of the Arabs (d. 724): On the Holy Myron
  • f. 457r-460v Jacob of Sarug, On the Sinful Woman
  • f. 465r-470r Ephrem: Sermon on Faith I
  • f. 470r-470v Ephrem: Sermon on Faith II
  • f. 470v-473r Ephrem: Sermon on Faith III
  • f. 473r-476r Isaac, Homily on Faith
  • f. 476r-484r Jacob of Sarug, On Faith
  • f. 484r-485r Jacob of Sarug, On the Crucifixion of our Lord
  • f. 485r-486v Jacob of Sarug, On the Crucifixion of our Lord II
  • f. 486v-489v Jacob of Sarug, On the Crucifixion of our Lord III (Elsewhere, on Peter's Denial)
  • f. 489v-491r Jacob of Sarug, On the Crucifixion of our Lord IV
  • f. 491r-494v Jacob of Sarug, On the Crucifixion of our Lord V (and on the Cherub and the thief)
  • f. 494v-496r Jacob of Sarug, On the Crucifixion of our Lord VI
  • f. 496r-498r Jacob of Sarug, On the Crucifixion of our Lord VII
  • f. 498r-501v Jacob of Sarug, On the Passibility and Mortality of the Lord's Body before His Resurrection
  • f. 501v-503r Jacob of Sarug, On the resurrection of Our Lord
  • f. 503r-504v Jacob of Sarug, Another on the Resurrection of Our Lord
  • f. 504v-505v Jacob of Sarug, On the Saying of Paul the Apostle [1 Timothy 2:15]
  • f. 505v-507v Jacob of Sarug, On Receiving the Holy Mysteries
  • f. 507v-509r Jacob of Sarug, On the Saying of Paul [Galatians 6:14]
  • f. 509r-511r Jacob of Sarug, On Receiving the Holy Mysteries
  • f. 511r-514v Jacob of Sarug, On the Fall of Idols
  • f. 514v-517r Jacob of Sarug, On Thomas the Apostle and the Resurrection of Our Lord
  • f. 517r-520r Jacob of Sarug, On the Ascension of Our Lord
  • f. 520r-522r Jacob of Sarug, On Pentecost
  • f. 522r-526r Jacob of Sarug, On Antioch
  • f. 526r-530r Jacob of Sarug, On Paul the Apostle
  • f. 530r-532r Jacob of Sarug, A Second Homily on Paul the Apostle
  • f. 532r-536 Jacob of Sarug, On Thomas the Apostle
  • f. 536r-537v Ephrem, On the Apostle Andrew
  • f. 537v-540r Jacob of Sarug, On Mount Tabor
  • f. 540v-542r Jacob of Sarug, On the Holy Cross
  • f. 542r-546v Jacob of Sarug, On Constantine
  • f. 546v-548v Jacob of Sarug, On Moses and Amalek (Elsewhere, Moses' extended hands)
  • f. 548v-551r Jacob of Sarug, On St. Simeon the Stylite
  • f. 551r-553r Jacob of Sarug, On Shmona and Gurya
  • f. 553r-555r Jacob of Sarug, On Habbib
  • f. 555r-556v Isaac, On the Solitaries
  • f. 556v-559v Isaac, On Sergius and Bacchus, the Martyrs
  • Binding
Vat. sir. 599 1,871 CE Syriac
  • Binding
  • Copyists Note
  • f. 1r-1v Table of contents
  • f. 1v-11r Letter of Mar Aba, Catholicos Patriarch of the East to those in the Episcopal city of Seleucia 
  • f. 11r-19v  Another letter of Mar Abba on the boundary of joining of marriage
  • f. 19v-33v The Letter of Mar Isho'yahb of Gedalaya the Patriarch to Rabban Abraham
  • f. 33v-44r Letter of St. Atticus, Bishop of Constantinople to the priest, Eupesicos
  • f. 44r-50v Letter of Bishop Andrew of Samosata to Rabbula, Bishop of Urhoy [Edessa] 
  • f. 50v-51v Demonstrations from the teachers of the Church
  • f. 51v-54v St. Athanasius, From the Homily against Apollonarius; Against Theopaschites
  • f. 54v-58v A letter translated from Greek to Syriac containing the history of Mar Nestorius
  • f. 58v-63r Excerpted words from the Holy Gregory the Theologian against the heretics, the Theopaschites and those who deny the duality of the natures of the Messiah, our Lord, and our God
  • f. 63r-66r St. John Chrysostom, On the Passion
  • f. 66r-78v Histories of the death of Hormizd, the son of Khosrau and unto the end of the kingdom of the Persians
  • f. 78v-79v The statement of faith the Bishops of Persia brought to king Khosrau
  • f. 80r-80v Two letters of Barsawma of Nisibis to Acacius
  • f. 80v-83v The canons written by Rabban Mar Abraham the Abbot of the brethren of the monastery on the mountain of Izla
  • f. 83v-87r The canons of Rabban Dadisho' about the monaster of 'Ahid
  • f. 87r-97v The canons of the holy school of the city of Nisibis
  • f. 97v-111r The decisions which were made by the blessed of God, Mar Hannanisho' the Catholicos, Patriarch of the East
  • f. 111r-136r The arrangements of ecclesiastical decisions of Mar Timothy I, Catholicos
  • f. 136r-155v The canons and decisions of Mar Isho' bar Nun
  • f.155v-175v The laws and canons of marriage and inheritances of the excellent Mar 'Abdisho', magistrate of Assyria
  • f. 175v-190r Various chapters of the ecclesiastical decisions of the excellent Simon, the magistrate of Revardashir
  • f. 190r-250v The book about the decisions of Mar Isho'bokht, the Metropolitan of Persia  
  • f. 250v-262v Laws and decisions set down by Christian kings
  • f. 262v-294r Canon of the judgments of Constantine, Theodosius, and Leo: another translation outside of the writings above, and also the canons which are beyond these and chapters of oath 
  • f. 294r-305r Secular laws of the Romans of Ambrosius the confessor
  • f. 305v-306r Table of Contents (Syriac)
  • Binding
Saint Mark's Monastery, Jerusalem MS 184 (SMMJ 00184) 1,600 CE Garshuni, Syriac

See entry at CPART and in Macomber (St. Mark's Convent, Jerusalem 3-6; SMC 3-6). Filoksinos Yohanna Dolabany, Catalogue of Syriac Manuscripts in St. Mark’s Monastery (1994).

  • f. 1r-4r Patriarch Cyril Ibn Laqlaq, Confession
  • f. 4v-22r St. John Chrysostom, Homily on repentance and on the reception of the divine mysteries
  • f. 22r-34r Mar Jacob of Sarug, Homily on the benefit of the Eucharist for the dead in the next world
  • f. 34r-39v St. John Chrysostom, Homily on the illustrious feastday of Palm Sunday
  • f. 39v-43r St. John Chrysostom, Homily on the Supper of the Mysteries and on the washing of the feet of the disciples
  • f. 43r-50v An exposition of the reason for the fast of Wednesday and Friday, its obligations and its benefit
  • f. 50v-54r Especially concerning the true faith, concerning the Unity and the Trinity, and concerning the [one] interior Church
  • f. 54r-57v
  • f. 57v-62r Sedro for the feast of the Ascension
  • f. 62r-69v Homily of Jacob of Sarug on the dispute of Satan with our Lord
  • f. 69v-75v Mar Jacob of Sarug, Homily the entry of Christ into the Temple on the arm of Simeon, the Old Man
  • f. 75v-78v Mar Ephrem, On the birth of John the Baptist
  • f. 79r-87v Mar Ephrem, On Mary and Joseph and the reproach they received from the Jews (Syriac and Garshuni in parallel columns)
  • f. 87v-92r Mar Jacob of Sarug, Homily on the resurrection of the dead (Syriac and Garshuni)
  • f. 92r-107v The story of Gabriel of the Monastery of Qartmin
  • f. 108r-197v Patriarch Cyrillus Ibn Laqlaq, The book of the master and the disciples, consisting of 22 articles
  • f. 198r-204v Mar Isaac, On the feast of the Annunciation
Mardin, Turkey Chaldean Cathedral (CCM 00340) 1,700 CE Garshuni, Syriac
  • f. 3r-26r Basil of Caesarea, Homily on Easter, Good Friday, and on the departure of the soul from the body
  • f. 27r-28r Collection of Proverbs
  • f. 28v-30v Chronological calculations
  • f. 32v-68v Life of St. Gregory
  • f. 68v-74r Story of Susanna
  • f. 74v-80r Miracles of the Virgin Mary
  • f. 80v-81r Ephrem Syrus, Homily 
  • f. 81v-87r John Chrysostom, On Repentance
  • f. 87v-95v Moses' conversation on Mt. Sinai
  • f. 97r-100v Life of Mar Isaac
Mardin, Turkey Chaldean Cathedral (CCM 00009) 1,600 CE Garshuni
  • f. 1r-1v Unidentified text
  • f. 1v-9r John Chrysostom, Homily 
  • f. 9r-15r The story of an old man and his student
  • f. 15r-16v Ten characteristics of a dog that are necessary for a faithful servant
  • f. 17r-22v Consolation for one who has died
  • f. 22v-27r Miracle of Mary after Jesus' Ascension
  • f. 27v-36v Story of Job the righteous
  • f. 36v-48r Story of Alexei, the man of God, son of Euphemianus
  • f. 48r-59v Story of Mary the sinner, who anointed the feet of Jesus with her tears
  • f. 59v-65v Story of the boy whose mother and father wanted to sacrifice him
  • f. 65v-73r Story of a king's son
  • f. 73r-75v On the benefit of reading the Divine Books
Mardin, Turkey Chaldean Cathedral (CCM 00018) 1,610 CE Garshuni
  • f. 1v-3v On the priest and the sponsors of the bride and groom
  • f. 3v-7v Command and blessing of marriage
  • f. 7v-14v Blessings of the contract of the oath
  • f. 15r-50v Unidentified astrological-theological text
  • f. 50v-78r Story of the palace of Shād b. 'Ād
  • f. 78v-131r Story of Masrūr and Zayn al-Muwāṣif
  • f. 131v-135v Hymns to the Virgin Mary
  • f. 136r-139v Hymns
  • f. 140r-177v Unidentified hagiographic text
  • f. 178r-185r Story of the skull that conversed with Jesus Christ, said to be the head of Arsenios, the king of Egypt
  • f. 185v-196r John Chrysostom, On the commandments of Great Sunday
  • f. 196r Explanation of that which God gave Moses the prophet
  • f. 196v-197v Forbidden, defective days in the lunar months
  • f. 198r-216v Hymns
  • f. 216v-217v Reading from the Gospel of Matthew (i.e. Mark)
  • f. 218r-227v Story of Mark the Merchant, who was carried away into exile to the land of Persia, and Gaspar the Pagan
  • f. 227v-236v Hymn on the Economy of Christ
Mardin, Turkey Chaldean Cathedral (CCM 00344) 1,600 CE Garshuni
  • f. 2r-3v Homily
  • f. 3r-5v John Chrysostom, Homily on the denial of Peter
  • f. 6r-11r John Chrysostom, Homily on Great Lent
  • f. 11r-17v John Chrysostom, On repentance and love
  • f. 17v-22v Ephrem Syrus, Homily on repentance and the soul
  • f. 22v-31r John Chrysostom, commentary on the sixth Psalm
  • f. 31v-37r Jacob of Sarug, Homily on the Holy Mysteries, Confession, and Repentance
  • f. 37v-43v John Chrysostom, On Repentance and the rebuke of the soul
  • f. 43v-48v Ephrem Syrus, Homily on the end and the punishment of the world
  • f. 48v-60v Basil, Bishop of Caesarea, Homily on repentance, on the poor Lazarus and the rich man
  • f. 60v-69r John Chrysostom, Homily on the first day of creation
  • f. 69r-75r Jacob of Sarug, Homily on repentance and baptism
  • f. 75v-79v Gregory Nazianzus, Homily on the Nativity of our Lord
  • f. 79v-95v John Chrysostom, Homily on the ten virgins
  • f. 85v-91r John Chrysostom, Homily on Abraham and Isaac, when he took his son to sacrifice him
  • f. 91r-105v John Chrysostom, Homily on Judas' betrayal of Christ
  • f. 106r-114r John Chrysostom, Homily on the Lord's words "My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass by me"
  • f. 114v-121v Book of the paradise. Chapter 1. "On the love of the near ones"
  • f. 122v-127r Great miracle of the Virgin Mary that occured in the days of Caliph al-Mamun in Baghdad
Sachau 165; Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin 201 1,300 CE Syriac

See entry for Sachau 165

  • Lives and sayings for famous ascetics and church Fathers
    • f. 1-8v Biographical notes about church fathers and Citations of their works
    • f. 8v, 13-25 fragments of a writing about the monastic call
    • f. 9r-9v, 17 fragments of a legend of St. Pior (Identified with Lausaic history ch. 87)
    • f. 9v-12v Admonition of the Apostle Peter
    • f. 12v-16v From the legend of Abba Bishoi about the Isaac who became a Jew
    • f. 16v-18v part of the life of Alexander of Rome
    • f. 18r-19r Patristic citations
    • f. 19r-22r Conversation between teachers and students
    • f. 23r-26v Legends
    • f. 27r-32v Biographical notes about the prophets of the Old Testament
    • f. 32v-36v Notes on the New Testament
Sachau 302; Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin 27 600 CE Syriac

See entry for Sachau 27

  • f. 1-9r Selections of the work of Mark the Monk (Includes the tractate against the Melchizedekians)
  • f. 9r-11v Another work of Mark the Monk, on Malchus
  • f. 11v-13v Letter of St. Anthony to the monks of all the East
  • f. 13v-16r Letter of John of Thebes
  • f. 16r-19v Letter of Jacob the Seer
  • f. 19v-21v Memra of John Chrysostom on Repentance
  • f. 21v-22r Ephrem Syrus, from the Memra against Bardaisan
  • f. 22r-29v Evagrius Ponticus, Teaching and correction for the solitary brothers in the wilderness
  • f. 30r-41v Evagrius Ponticus, On the perfection of Disciplines
  • f. 41v-42v Evagrius Ponticus, Asceticon
  • f. 42v-54v Evagrius Ponticus, Antirhetikos
Diyarbakir, Turkey Meryem Ana Kilisesi 242; 7/13; 279 (DIYR 00242) 1,707 CE Garshuni, Syriac
  • Homily
  • John Chrysostom, On repentance
  • On repentance
  • Story of the Forty Martyrs
  • On repentance
  • John Chrysostom, On mercy
  • Ephrem Syrus, On repentance
  • Homily on the Holy Lent that is recited every day in the church
  • George, Bishop of the Arabs, Homily on Dying, the world and the soul's exit from the body
  • Story of St. Gregory
  • Basil, Bishop of Caesarea, About a swimmer in springs and streams
  • Moses' conversation on Mt. Sinai
  • Letter that fell from heaven
  • Story of John of the Golden Gospel
  • Jacob of Sarug, Homily on repentance that is recited during the days of the Lent
  • Story of St. Gregory
  • Martyrdom of Barbara and Juliana
  • Story of righteous Job
  • Story of Anba Cyrus
  • Story of St. Michael

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