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A Bibliographical Guide to

Arab Orthodox Christianity∗


Updated: 12/2014
A. Essential Reference Works
Graf, Georg. Geschichte der christlichen arabischen Literatur. 5 vols. Studi e Testi 118, 133,
146, 147, 172. Città del Vaticano: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1944–53.
Nasrallah, Joseph. Histoire du mouvement littéraire dans l’église melchite du Ve au XXe siècle, 3
vols. in 6 parts. Louvain: Peeters, 1979–89; Damascus: Institut français de Damas, 1996.
Thomas, David, et al., eds. Christian Muslim Relations: A Bibliographical History. 5 vols. to-
date. Leiden: Brill, 2009–in progress [abbreviated: CMR].
An inventory of publications on Arab Christianity during the period 1990–2005 can be found in:
Teule, Herman G.B., and Vic Schepens. “Christian Arabic Bibliography, 1990–1995.” Journal of
Eastern Christian Studies 57.1–2 (2005): 129–74.
------. “Christian Arabic Bibliography, 1996–2000.” Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 58.3–4
(2006): 265–99.
------. “Christian Arabic Bibliography, 2001–2005.” Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 62.3–4
(2010): 271–302.
Further bibliographical references (including more recent publications) can be found in the
“Unified Bibliography on Christian Arabic” at: http://dal.academia.edu/AlexanderTreiger.

B. English Translations of Arab Orthodox Texts


ʿAbdallah ibn al-Fadl (CMR 3, 89–113)
Noble, Samuel, “ʿAbdallāh ibn al-Faḍl,” in: Samuel Noble and Alexander Treiger (eds.), The
Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of Sources, DeKalb:
Northern Illinois University Press, 2014, Chapter 7.
Noble, Samuel, and Alexander Treiger. “Christian Arabic Theology in Byzantine Antioch:
ʿAbdallāh ibn al-Faḍl al-Anṭākī and his Discourse on the Holy Trinity.” Le Muséon
124.3–4 (2011): 371–417.

Agapius of Manbij (CMR 2, 241–5)


Lamoreaux, John C., “Agapius of Manbij,” in: Noble, Samuel, and Alexander Treiger (eds.), The
Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of Sources, DeKalb:
Northern Illinois University Press, 2014, Chapter 5.


Adapted from: Samuel Noble and Alexander Treiger (eds.), Metropolitan Ephrem Kyriakos (foreword), The
Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of Sources, DeKalb: Northern Illinois University
Press, 2014, pp. 339–49 (http://www.niupress.niu.edu/niupress/scripts/book/bookResults.asp?ID=705).
Pearse, Roger. [An Online English Version of Vasiliev’s French Translation of Agapius’
History]. http://www.tertullian.org/fathers/agapius_history_01_part1.htm;
http://www.tertullian.org/fathers/agapius_history_02_part2.htm

Agathon of Homs
Treiger, Alexander, “Agathon of Homs,” in: Samuel Noble and Alexander Treiger (eds.), The
Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of Sources, DeKalb:
Northern Illinois University Press, 2014, Chapter 9.

An Apology for the Christian Faith (CMR 1, 330–3)


Gibson, Margaret Dunlop. An Arabic Version of the Acts of the Apostles and the Seven Catholic
Epistles from an Eighth or Ninth Century MS. in the Convent of St. Catharine on Mount
Sinai, with a Treatise On the Triune Nature of God, with Translation, from the Same
Codex. Studia Sinaitica 7; London: Cambridge University Press, 1899; reprint
Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias, 2003.
Swanson, Mark N., “An Apology for the Christian Faith,” in: Samuel Noble and Alexander
Treiger (eds.), The Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of
Sources, DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2014, Chapter 1.

Disputations
Bertaina, David. “An Arabic Account of Theodore Abu Qurra in Debate at the Court of Caliph
al-Ma’mun: A Study in Early Christian and Muslim Literary Dialogues.” PhD diss.
Catholic University of America, 2007.
Nasry, Wafik. The Caliph and the Bishop: A 9th Century Muslim-Christian Debate: Al-Ma’mūn
and Abū Qurrah. Beirut: CEDRAC, 2008.
Newman, N.A. The Early Christian-Muslim Dialogue: A Collection of Documents from the First
Three Islamic Centuries (632—900 A.D.). Hatfield, PA: Interdisciplinary Biblical
Research Institute, 1993.
Szilágyi, Krisztina, “The Disputation of the Monk Abraham of Tiberias,” in: Samuel Noble and
Alexander Treiger (eds.), The Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An
Anthology of Sources, DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2014, Chapter 3.

Gerasimos (CMR 4, 666–71)


Bahkou, Abjar, Defending Christian Faith: The Fifth Part of the Christian Apology of
Gerasimus, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2014 (forthcoming).
Hagiography
Blanchard, Monica J. “The Georgian Version of the Martyrdom of Saint Michael, Monk of Mar
Sabas Monastery.” Aram 6 (1994): 140–63.
Feodorov, Ioana. “The Unpublished Arabic Version of the Life of Saint Paraskevi the New by
Makarios az-Zaʿim al-Halabi: Foreward, Arabic Edition, and English Translation.” The
Arabist: Budapest Studies in Arabic 24-25 (2003): 69–80.
Griffith, Sidney H. “The Arabic account of ʿAbd al-Masīḥ an-Naǧrānī al-Ghassānī.” Le Muséon
98 (1985): 331–74.
Lamoreaux, John C. The Life of Stephen of Mar Sabas. 2 vols. CSCO 578–9. Louvain: Peeters,
1999.
------, “Hagiography,” in: Samuel Noble and Alexander Treiger (eds.), The Orthodox Church in
the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of Sources, DeKalb: Northern Illinois
University Press, 2014, Chapter 4.
------, and Cyril Cairala. The Life of Timothy of Kakhushta. Patrologia Orientalis 48.4. Turnhout:
Brepols, 2000.
------, and Hassan Khairallah. “The Arabic Version of the Life of John of Edessa.” Le Muséon
113 (2000): 439–60.
Portillo, Rocio Daga. “The Arabic Life of St. John of Damascus.” Parole de l’Orient 21 (1996):
157–88.

Macarius Ibn al-Zaʿim


Feodorov, Ioana. “The Unpublished Arabic Version of the Life of Saint Paraskevi the New by
Makarios az-Zaʿim al-Halabi: Foreward, Arabic Edition, and English Translation.” The
Arabist: Budapest Studies in Arabic 24-25 (2003): 69–80.
Serikoff, Nikolai. “Understanding of the Scriptures: Patriarch Makāriyūs ibn al-Za‘īm and His
Arab Orthodox Flock (From the Patriarch Makāriyūs’ Note-Book).” ARAM 11-12 (1999–
2000): 523–31.
------, “Patriarch Macarius Ibn al-Zaʿim,” in: Samuel Noble and Alexander Treiger (eds.), The
Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of Sources, DeKalb:
Northern Illinois University Press, 2014, Chapter 11.

The Noetic Paradise


Treiger, Alexander, “The Noetic Paradise,” in: Samuel Noble and Alexander Treiger (eds.), The
Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of Sources, DeKalb:
Northern Illinois University Press, 2014, Chapter 8.
Paul of Aleppo
Belfour, Francis C. The Travels of Macarius, Patriarch of Antioch, written by his Attendant
Archdeacon, Paul of Aleppo, in Arabic. 2 vols. London: Oriental Translation Fund, 1829–
36.
Feodorov, Ioana, “Paul of Aleppo,” in: Samuel Noble and Alexander Treiger (eds.), The
Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of Sources, DeKalb:
Northern Illinois University Press, 2014, Chapter 12.

Paul of Antioch (CMR 4, 78–82)


Griffith, Sidney H., “Paul of Antioch,” in: Samuel Noble and Alexander Treiger (eds.), The
Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of Sources, DeKalb:
Northern Illinois University Press, 2014, Chapter 10.
Teule, Herman. “Paul of Antioch’s Attitude toward the Jews and the Muslims: His Letter to the
Nations and the Jews.” In The Three Rings: Textual Studies in the Historical Trialogue of
Judaism, Christianity and Islam, edited by Barbara Roggema, Marcel Poorthuis, and Pim
Valkenberg, 91–110. Louvain: Peeters, 2005.

Peter of Bayt Ra’s (CMR 1, 902–6)


Cachia, Pierre, and William Montgomery Watt. [ps.-]Eutychius of Alexandria: The Book of
Demonstration. 4 vols. CSCO 192, 193, 209, 210. Louvain: Peeters, 1960–1.

Qusta ibn Luqa (CMR 2, 147–53)


Bos, Gerrit. Qusṭā ibn Lūqā’s Medical Regime for the Pilgrims to Mecca: The Risāla fī tadbīr
safar al-ḥajj. Leiden and New York: Brill, 1992.

Sulayman al-Ghazzi (CMR 2, 617–23)


Noble, Samuel, “Sulayman al-Ghazzi,” in: Samuel Noble and Alexander Treiger (eds.), The
Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of Sources, DeKalb:
Northern Illinois University Press, 2014, Chapter 6.

Theodore Abu Qurra (CMR 1, 439–91)


Griffith, Sidney H. A Treatise on the Veneration of the Holy Icons Written in Arabic by Theodore
Abū Qurrah, Bishop of Harrān (c. 755-c. 830 A.D.). Eastern Christian Texts in
Translation 1. Louvain: Peeters, 1997.
Lamoreaux, John C. Theodore Abu Qurrah. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press, 2005.
------, “Theodore Abu Qurra,” in: Samuel Noble and Alexander Treiger (eds.), The Orthodox
Church in the Arab World (700-1700): An Anthology of Sources, DeKalb: Northern
Illinois University Press, 2014, Chapter 2.
C. Translations of Arab Orthodox Texts in Languages Other Than English
ʿAbdallah ibn al-Fadl (CMR 3, 89–113)
Graf, Georg. “Die Widerlegung der Astrologen in philosophischer Betrachtungsweise.”
Orientalia 6 (1937): 337–46.
------. “Psychologische Definitionen aus dem Großen Buche des Nutzens von ʿAbdallâh ibn al-
Faḍl (11 Jahrh.).” In Studien zur Geschichte der Philosophie: Festgabe zum 60.
Geburtstage Clemens Baeumker. Münster: Aschendorff, 1913; reprint Georg Graf,
Christlische Orient und swäbische Heimat: Kleine Schriften (Beirut: Orient-Institut,
2005), 481–502.
Rached, Rita. “Les notions de rûh (esprit) et de nafs (âme) chez ʿAbd Allâh Ibn al-Fadl al-Hakîm
al-Antakî, théologien melchite du XIe siècle.” In L’Orient chrétien dans l’Empire
musulman: Hommage au professeur Gérard Troupeau, edited by Marie-Thérèse Urvoy
and Geneviève Gobillot, 165–97. Versailles: Éditions de Paris, 2005.

ʿAfif ibn al-Makin ibn Muʾammal (CMR 2, 714–18)


Davydenkov, Oleg, “Ob Afife al’-Muammile,” Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo
Gumanitarnogo Universiteta III.5 (40) (2014): 162–77.
Troupeau, Gérard. “L’épître sur les croyances des chrétiens de ʿAfif Ibn Muʾammal.” In
Mémorial Monseigneur Joseph Nasrallah, edited by Pierre Canivet and Jean-Paul Rey-
Coquais, 233–55. Publications de l’Institut Français d’Études Arabes de Damas 221.
Damascus: IFPO, 2006.

Agapius of Manbij (CMR 2, 241–5)


Vasiliev, Alexandre. Kitab al-ʿUnvan, Histoire universelle, écrite par Agapius (Mahboub) de
Menbidj. 2 parts in 4 fascicles. Patrologia Orientalis 5.4, 7.4, 8.3, 11.1. Paris: Firmin-
Didot, 1910–15.

Agathon of Homs
Haji-Athanasiou, Metri. “Agathon de Homs: Exposé sur la foi et sur le mystère du sacerdoce.” 2
vols. PhD diss. Katholieke Universiteit te Leuven, 1975.

An Apology for the Christian Faith (CMR 1, 330–3)


Gallo, Maria. Palestinese anonimo: Omelia arabo-cristiana dell’viii secolo. Rome: Città Nuova,
1994.
An Arabic Polemical Poem Sent by Nicephoras Phocas to the Caliph al-Mutiʿ (CMR 2, 367–
9)
Von Grunebaum, Gustav. “Eine poetische Polemik zwischen Byzanz und Bagdad im X.
Jahrhundert.” Analecta Orientalia 14 (1937): 41–64.

Athanasius II, Patriarch of Jerusalem (CMR 4, 325–30)


Pahlitzsch, Johannes. Graeci und Suriani im Palästina der Kreuzfahrerzeit: Beiträge und
Quellen zur Geschichte des griechisch-orthodoxen Patriarchats von Jerusalem, 359–82.
Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2001.

Disputations
Marcuzzo, Giacinto Bulus. Le dialogue d’Abraham de Tibériade avec ʿAbd al-Raḥmān al-
Hāšimī à Jérusalem vers 820. Textes et Études sur l’Orient Chretien 3. Rome: Pontifico
Instituto Orientale, 1986.
Vollers, Karl. “Das Religionsgespräch von Jerusalem (um 800 AD).” Zeitschrift für
Kirchengeschichte 29 (1908): 29–71, 197–221.

Gerasimus (CMR 4, 666–71)


Khawam, René R. Dialogues Œcuméniques de Guérison suivi de Traité sur la Sainte Trinité.
Paris: L’Esprit des Péninsules, 1996.

Hagiography
Braida, Emanuela, and Chiara Pelissetti. Storia di Rawḥ al-Qurašī: Un discendente di Maometto
che scelse di divenire cristiano. Patrimonio Culturale Arabo Cristiano 5. Turin: S.
Zamorani, 2001.
Dick, Ignace. “La passion arabe de S. Antoine Ruwah, néo-martyr de Damas (†25 déc. 799).” Le
Muséon 74 (1961): 109–33.
Monferrer-Sala, Juan Pedro. “Šahādat al-qiddīs Mar Anṭūniyūs: Replanteamiento de la
‘antigüedad’ de las versiones sinaíticas a la luz del análisis textual.” MEAH, Sección
Árabe-Islam 57 (2008): 237–67.

Ibrahim ibn Yuhanna, Life of the Patriarch Christopher (CMR 2, 611–16)


Moiseeva, Sofja, “Zhitie antiokhijskogo patriarkha Khristofora,” in: Natalia G. Golovnina (ed.),
Araby-Khristiane v istorii i literature Blizhnego Vostoka, Moscow: PSTGU, 2013, pp. 6–
61.
Nasrallah, Joseph. “Deux auteurs melchites inconnus du Xe siècle.” Oriens Christianus 63
(1979): 75–86.
Zayat, Habib. “Vie du patriarche melkite d’Antioche Christophore (d. 967) par le protospathaire
Ibrahîm b. Yuhanna: Document inédit du Xe siècle.” Proche-Orient Chrétien 2 (1952):
11–38, 333–66.

Macarius Ibn al-Zaʿim


Feodorov, Ioana. “La chronique de Valachie (1292–1664): Texte arabe du Patriarche Macaire
Zaʿim: Introduction, édition du texte arabe et traduction française.” Mélanges de
l’Université Saint-Joséph 52 (1992): 3–71.
Rassi-Rihani, Juliette. “La première lettre du patriarche Macaire Ibn al-Zaʿim (1648–1672) au roi
de France Louis XIV (datée de 19 nov. 1653).” Parole de l’Orient 27 (2002): 105–31.

Nazif ibn Yumn (CMR 2, 464–8)


Samir, Samir Khalil. “Un traité du cheikh Abū ʿAli Naẓīf ibn Yumn, sur l’accord des chrétiens
entre eux malgré leur désaccord dans l’expression.” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-
Joseph 51 (1990): 329–43.
Seleznyov, Nikolai. “'Poslanie o jedinstve' bagdadskogo mel’kita v sostave èntsiklopedicheskogo
'Svoda' arabojazychnogo kopta XIIIv.” [A Baghdadi Melkite Author’s “Epistle on the
Union” Preserved in a Thirteenth-Century Coptic Encyclopedist’s Arabic “Summa”].
Gosudarstvo, Religija, Tserkov’ v Rossii i za rubezhom 3 (2010): 151–6.

The Noetic Paradise


Treiger, Alexander. “Umnyj Raj: mistiko-asketicheskij traktat v arabskom perevode” [The Noetic
Paradise: A Mystical and Ascetic Treatise Preserved in Arabic]. Simvol 58 (2010): 297–
316.

Paul of Aleppo
Kowalska, Maria. Ukraina w połowie XVII wieku w relacji arabskiego podróżnika Pawła, syna
Makarego z Aleppo. Warszawa: Państwowe Wydaw. Nauk., 1986.
Murkos, Georgij Abramovich. Puteshestvie antiokhijskogo patriarkha Makarija v Rossiju v
polovine XVII veka, opisannoe ego synom, arkhidiakonom Pavlom Aleppskim. Moscow:
Obsh’estvo sokhranenija literaturnogo nasledija, 2005.
Radu, Basile. Voyage du Patriarche Macaire d’Antioche: Texte arabe et traduction française.
Patrologia Orientalis 22.1, 24.4, 26.5. Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1930–49.
Paul of Antioch (CMR 4, 78–82)
Cucarella, Diego R. Sarrió. “Carta a un amigo musulmán de Sidón de Pablo de Antioquía.”
Collectanea Christiana Orientalia 4 (2007): 189–215.
Davydenkov, Oleg, “Bulus ar-Rahib i ego tvorenija,” in: Natalia G. Golovnina (ed.), Araby-
Khristiane v istorii i literature Blizhnego Vostoka, Moscow: PSTGU, 2013, pp. 62–149.
Graf, Georg. “Philosophisch-theologische Schriften des Paulus al-Râhib, Bischofs von Sidon.”
Jahrbuch für Philosophie und speculative Theologie 20 (1906): 55–80, 160–79.
Horten, Max. “Paulus, Bischof von Sidon (XIII. Jahrh.): Einige seiner philosophischen
Abhandlungen.” Philosophisches Jahrbuch 19 (1906): 144–66.
Khoury, Paul. Paul d’Antioche: évêque de Sidon (XIIe s.). Beirut: Imprimerie Catholique, 1964;
2nd edn.: Paul d’Antioche: Traités théologiques. Würzburg: Echter, 1994.

Qusta ibn Luqa (CMR 2, 147–53)


Zilio-Grandi, Ida, and Samir Khalil Samir. Una corrispondenza islamo-cristiana sull’origine
divina dell’Islam. Patrimonio Culturale Arabo Cristiano 8. Turin: S. Zamorani, 2003.
Samir, Samir Khalil, and Paul Nwyia. Une correspondance islamo-chrétienne entre Ibn al-
Munaǧǧim, Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāq et Qusṭā ibn Lūqā. Patrologia Orientalis 40.4. Turnhout:
Brepols, 1981.

Saʿid ibn Batriq (Eutychius of Alexandria) (CMR 2, 224–33)


Breydy, Michael. Das Annalenwek des Eutychios von Alexandrien: Ausgewählte Geschichten
und Legenden kompiliert con Saʿīd ibn Baṭrīq um 935 AD. CSCO 471–2. Louvain:
Peeters, 1985.
Pirone, Bartolomeo. Eutichio, patriarca di Alessandria: Gli Annali. Studia Orientalia Christiana,
Monographiae 1. Cairo: Franciscan Center of Christian Oriental Studies, 1987.

Sulayman al-Ashluhi (CMR 4, 617–19)


Jabre-Mouawad, Ray. “Un témoin melkite de la prise de Tripoli par les Mameluks (27 avril
1287).” In Studies on the Christian Arabic Heritage in Honour of Father Prof. Dr. Samir
Khalil Samir S.I. at the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday, edited by Rifaat Y. Ebied
and Herman G.B. Teule, 133–61. Leuven: Peeters, 2004.

Sulayman al-Ghazzi (CMR 2, 617–23)


La Spisa, Paolo. “Un trattato sul microcosmo di Sulaymān Ibn Ḥasan al-Ġazzī.” In Mélanges en
mémoire de Mgr Néophytos Edelby (1920–1995), edited by Nagi Edelby and Pierre
Masri, 237–82. Beirut: CEDRAC, 2005.
------, ed. and trans. I trattati teologici di Sulaymān Ibn Ḥasan al-Ġazzi. 2 vols. CSCO 648–9.
Scriptores Arabici 52 and 59. Louvain: Peeters, 2013.
Theodore Abu Qurra (CMR 1, 439–91)
Benevich, Fyodor Grigor’evich. “Feodor Abu-Kurra: Razlichenie i razjasnenie terminov.” In
Leontij Ierusalimskij, Feodor Abu-Kurra, Leontij Vizantijskij: Polemicheskie sochinenija,
165–93. Krasnodar: Tekst, 2011.
------. “Feodor Abu Kurra.” In vol. 2 of Antologija Vostochno-Khristianskoj Bogoslovskoj Mysli:
ortodoksija i geterodoksija, 199–226. Moscow: Nikeja and St. Petersburg: RKhGA,
2009.
Graf, Georg. Die arabischen Schriften des Theodor Abu Qurra Bischofs von Harran (ca. 740-
820): Literarhistorische Untersuchungen und Übersetzung. Paderborn: Ferdinand
Schöningh, 1910.
Maksimov, Jurij, and Armen Aleksanian. “Feodor Abu Kurra, episkop Karrskij, Dialogi s
musul'manami.” Bogoslovskij Sbornik 10 (2002): 124–36.
Pizzi, Paola. Teodoro Abu Qurrah, La difesa delle icone: trattato sulla venerazione delle
immagini. Patrimonio Culturale Arabo Cristiano 1. Milan: Jaca Book, 1995.
------, and Samir Khalil Samir. Teodoro Abu Qurra, La libertà. Patrimonio Culturale Arabo
Cristiano 6. Turin: S. Zamorani, 2001.

Yahya al-Antaki (CMR 2, 657–61)


Kratchkovsky, Ignatius, and Alexandre Vasiliev. Histoire de Yaḥyā ibn Saʿīd d’Antioche,
continuateur de Saʿïd-ibn-Bitriq. Patrologia Orientalis 18.5, 23.3. Paris: Firmin-Didot,
1924–32.
------, Françoise Micheau, and Gérard Troupeau. Histoire de Yaḥyā ibn Saʿīd d’Antioche [iii].
Patrologia Orientalis 47.4. Turnhout: Brepols, 1997.
Pirone, Bartolomeo. Yaḥyā al-Anṭākī. Chronache dell’Egitto fatimide e dell’impero bizantino
(937–1033). Patrimonio Culturale Arabo Cristiano 3. Milan: Jaca Book, 1998.

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