Saint Mark's Monastery, Jerusalem MS 129 (SMMJ 00129)

See entry at CPART and in Macomber. Collected writings of Isaiah of Scete and Cyriacus of Antioch (St. Mark's Convent, Jerusalem 2-7; SMC 2-7). Filoksinos Yohanna Dolabany, Catalogue of Syriac Manuscripts in St. Mark’s Monastery (1994). Baumstark, 3*

  • pp. 1-8 Fragments of Treatises by Isaiah of Scete
    • pp. 1-2 End of first Treatise
    • pp. 2 Beginning of second Treatise
    • pp. 3-8 Fragment of third Treatise 
  • pp. 9-195 Collection of writings of Cyriac, Patriarch of Antioch
    • pp. 9-162 Treatises on the providence of God
    • pp. 162-166 Treatise 24/94, on the gospel parable of the net that was cast or fell on the right side
    • pp. 166-171 Treatise 25/95, that the souls do not precede the bodies
    • pp. 171-177 Treatise 26/96 on the question of Walid and Isho', believers from the village of Tarmanaz (on the oblation of the New Testament)
    • pp. 177-183 Treatise 27/97 on the passions of avarice and fornication
    • pp. 183-185 Treatise 28/98 on the passions of the desire of domination and vainglory
    • pp. 185-188 Explanation of the questions that were asked by Isho' the deacon living in the village of Tarmanaz
    • pp. 190-195 Profession of faith of the same holy Mar Cyriacus, clothed with divinity, Patriarch of Antioch of Syria
Manuscript Name: 
SMMJ 00129
Approximate Date: 
806 CE
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