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Aitalahaof Nineveh - ܐܝܬܐܠܗܐ ܢܝܢܘܝܐ (A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 628 ) Names: Aitalahaof Nineveh Ithalahaof Nineveh URI: http://syriaca.org/person/1057
Aitalahathe Monk - ܕܝܪܝܐ ܐܝܬܐܠܗܐ (A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 7th century ) Names: IthalahaThe MonkAitalahathe monkAitallaha of KallinikosAit(h)allàhāURI: http://syriaca.org/person/100
degliAlbonesiTeseo Ambrogio - [Syriac Not Available](A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 1469 - ca. 1540) Names: degliAlbonesiTeseo AmbrogiodegliAlbonesiTeseo AmbrogioTheseus Ambrosius"Italian humanist, belonging to the earliest generation of Syriac scholars."URI: http://syriaca.org/person/327
al-DibsJoseph - [Syriac Not Available](A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 11/8/1833 - 1907) Names: al-DibsYūsuf"Bp., writer and educator."URI: http://syriaca.org/person/448
al-DuwayhiStephan - [Syriac Not Available](A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 8/2/1630 - 1704) Names: al-DuwayhīIsṭifānStephan al-Duwayhi"Maronite Patr. (1670-1704) and scholar."URI: http://syriaca.org/person/460
Alexiusthe Man of God - ܓܒܪܐ ܕܐܠܗܐ (Qadishe: A Guide to the Syriac SaintssaintA Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, ) Names: Man of God of EdessaAlexiusthe Roman (the Man of God)AlexiusGabra d-ʾAlāhāgaḇrā d-ʾAlāhāAlexisRishaAlexiusthe Man of GodAlexiusthe Man of GodSt Alexis"This general title is given to the anonymous saintly protagonist of a narrative set in Edessa in the 5th cent The core original..."URI: http://syriaca.org/person/607
al-HaqilaniAbraham - [Syriac Not Available](A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, d. 1664) Names: al-ḤāqilānīIbrāhīmAbraham EcchellensisAbraham Echellensis"Professor of Syriac and Arabic, Syriac scholar."URI: http://syriaca.org/person/524
al-Harithof Sanbatbar Sisin - ܚܐܪܬ ܒܪ ܣܝܣܢ ܣܢܒܐܛ ܚܪܢܝܐ (A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor) Names: Ḥarithbar Sisinal-Ḥarithof SanbatBar SisinḤarit bar Sisan of SanbatḤàrit(h)bar Màr(j) SîsânURI: http://syriaca.org/person/1015
al-Hasanb. Suwar b. al-Khammar - ܐܠܚܣܢ ܒܪ ܣܘܐܪ ܒܪ ܐܠܟܡܐܪ (A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 10th century ) Names: Al-ḤasanIbn al-Khammaral-Ḥasanb. SuwārIbn al-KhammarURI: http://syriaca.org/person/183
al-RahibElias - ܐܠܝܐܣ ܕܝܪܝܐ (A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 1860 - 1949) Names: al-RāhibElias"He was born in Shaqlāwa of the Sher family."URI: http://syriaca.org/person/700
Ambrose of Milan - ܦܝܠܠܘܣܘܦܐ ܐܡܒܪܘܣܝܘܣ ܝܘܢܝܐ (A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 4th cent. ) Names: AmbroseAmbrose of MilanAmbroseGreek philosopherAmbrosiosAmbrosiosThe noted bishop of Milan during the fourth century. According to Barsaum, Ambrose was cited in some Syriac legal disputes.URI: http://syriaca.org/person/963
Ammonius - ܐܡܘܢܝܣ (A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor) Names: AmmoniusAmmonasAmmoni(o)sAmmoni(o)sURI: http://syriaca.org/person/855
Antonof Tagrit - ܐܢܛܘܢ ܬܓܪܝܬܝܐ (A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 9th cent.? ) Names: Anṭunof TagritAntonof Takrit RabbanAntony of TagritAnton of Tagrit"Author of uncertain date, designated ‘rhetor’ and ‘philoponos’, according to a ms. colophon from the family of Gurgin (d-beth Gurgin), and a monk."URI: http://syriaca.org/person/154
Aphnimaran - ܐܦܝܡܪܢ (Qadishe: A Guide to the Syriac SaintssaintA Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 600-700 ) Names: ApnimaranAphnimaranAPNĪMĀRANAphnimaran of Karka de Beth SelokURI: http://syriaca.org/person/883
Aphrahat - ܐܦܪܗܛ (Qadishe: A Guide to the Syriac SaintssaintA Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, d. 364, first half of 4th cent. ) Names: AphrahaṭAphrahatthe PersianAphrahatAphrahaat the Persian AnchoriteAphrahat the PersianAPHRAAT LE PERSEAp(h)rahaṭAphrahates"Syriac author of 23 ‘Demonstrations’, known as ‘the Persian Sage’."URI: http://syriaca.org/person/10
Aqaqof Beroea - ܐܩܩ ܕܒܐܪܘܐܐ (A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor) Names: Akakios von AleppoBischofAkakiosvon AleppoURI: http://syriaca.org/person/961
Arabimetropolitan of Samosata - ܐܪܐܒܝ ܕܫܡܝܫܛ (A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 850 ) Names: Arabimetropolitan of Samosata Arabiof Samosata Arabi of SamosataURI: http://syriaca.org/person/158
Aristides of Athens - ܐܪܝܣܬܝܕ (A Guide to Syriac Authorsauthor, 2nd cent. ) Names: Aristidesof AthensAristidesAristeides"Author of an Apology for Christianity originally written in Greek and addressed to an unnamed emperor ( CPG 1062)."URI: http://syriaca.org/person/341