Le patriarcat d'Antioche: depuis la paix de l'église jusqu'a la conquête arabe

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Robert Devreesse, Le patriarcat d'Antioche: depuis la paix de l'église jusqu'a la conquête arabe, (Paris: J. Gabalda et cie, 1945).

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Title: Le patriarcat d'Antioche: depuis la paix de l'église jusqu'a la conquête arabe

Author: Robert Devreesse

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Place of Publication: Paris

Publisher: J. Gabalda et cie

Date of Publication: 1945

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BarsaiCyrusCyrus II of Edessa

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3 record(s) cite this work.
Barsai - [Syriac Not Available](Qadishe: A Guide to the Syriac Saintssaint, 361-378 ) Names: BarsesBARSAÏIn hagiography: Barsai was a bishop of Ḥarran and then Edessa while Ephrem the Syrian lived in Edessa ; he built the "Grand Baptistery" there.URI: http://syriaca.org/person/1161
Cyrus - [Syriac Not Available](Qadishe: A Guide to the Syriac Saintssaint, 394 ) Names: CYR (QŪRA)In hagiography: Cyrus (Qura) was a bishop of Edessa who transferred the relics of St. Thomas to Edessa in 394.URI: http://syriaca.org/person/1186
Cyrus II of Edessa - ܩܘܪܐ(Qadishe: A Guide to the Syriac Saintssaint, d. 498) Names: Qura IIIn hagiography Cyrus II of Edessa was commemorated as the miaphysite bishop of Edessa who closed the School of the Persians and expelled its...URI: http://syriaca.org/person/2253

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