Mor Bosus - ܕܝܪܐ ܕܡܪܝ ܒܣܘܣ

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Place Type: monastery

Brief Descriptions

  • ܒܩܘܪܒܳܐ ܕܚܰܐܪܡ ܒܶܝܬ ܐܘܦܘܡܺܝܰܐ ܠܰܚܡܶܨ ܕܰܝܪܐ ܫܒܝܚܳܐ. ܝܺܨܶܦ ܕܒܶܢܝܳܢܗ ܡܶܛܠ ܐܰܠܳܗܐ ܪܝܫܳܢܐ ܦܶܛܪܘܣ ܒܰܪ ܝܰܘܣܦ ܚܶܡܨܳܝܐ ܣܘܪܝܳܝܳܐ ܐܰܝܟ ܫܢܰܬ 480 ܘܫܰܟܶܢ ܠܗ ܫܘ̈ܟܢܐ ܕܡܰܪܕܶܝܢ ܥܰܠ ܐܢܳܫ̈ܘܗܝ ܙܝܳܢܬܗܘܢ. ܘܡܰܛܝ ܡܶܢܝܳܢ ܕܰܝܪ̈ܳܝܰܘܗܝ ܒܕܳܪܳܐ ܕܒܳܬܪ ܫܬܳܐ ܐܰܠܦܝ̈ܢ ܘܰܬܠܳܬܡܐܐ ܘܥܰܡܝܪ ܗܘܳܐ ܥܕܰܡܐ ܠܰܫܢܰܬ 830 ܘܐܶܬܢܰܦܰܩܘ ܒܗ 3 ܐܶܦܝܣܩܘܦ̈ܐ.1
  • بقرب حارم بين اوفيمية وحمص. دير مشهور جليل تطوّع ببنائه لوجه الله الكريم، الوجيه بطرس بن يوسف الحمصي السرياني نحو سنة 480 وحبس عليه اوقافاً جليلة تدرّ على اهله ارزاقهم، فبلغ رهبانه في العقد الثالث من القرن التالي ستة آلاف و ثلثمائة، وكان عامرا حتى سنة 830 و تخرج فيه ثلاثة اساقفة2
  • near Ḥārim, between Euphemia and Ḥomṣ, is a famous and great monastery which was built in 480 through the private donation of the eminent Syrian Peter bin Joseph of Ḥomṣ, who bequeathed a great deal of property for the sustenance of its monks. In the third decade of the fifth century, its monks numbered 6,300. It remained populated until 830 and produced three bishops.3

Corrigenda

In Dolabani's translation of Barsoum's description ܘܐܶܬܢܰܦܰܩܘ should read ܘܶܐܬܢܰܦܰܩܘ.
In Moosa's English translation of Barsoum's description "fifth" should read "following."

Disambiguation

Not the same place as Mor Bosus.

Errata

Barsoum's description erroneously merges the information for this location with that of the other Mor Bosus, which is located between Apamea and Ḥomṣ.
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Works Cited

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  • 1 Ignatius Afram Barsoum, Berule bdire d-ʿal yulpone suryoye hdire, trans. Philoxenos Yuḥanon Dolabani, 2nd ed. (Holland: Bar Hebraeus Verlag, 1991), p: 543.Link to Syriaca.org Bibliographic Record.
  • 2 Ignatius Afram Barsoum, al-Luʼluʼ al-manthūr fī tārīkh al-ʻulūm wa-al-ādāb al-Suryāniyyah, 4th ed. (Holland: Bar Hebraeus Verlag, 1987), p: 509.Link to Syriaca.org Bibliographic Record.
  • 3 Ignatius Afram Barsoum, The Scattered Pearls: A History of Syriac Literature and Sciences, trans. Matti Moosa, 2nd rev. ed. (Piscataway,NJ: Gorgias Press, 2003), p: 562.Link to Syriaca.org Bibliographic Record.
  • 4 Sergey Minov (ed.), A Comprehensive Bibliography on Syriac Christianity (The Center for the Study of Christianity, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2013), entry: monastery of Mar Bassus.Link to Syriaca.org Bibliographic Record.

Names

  • ܕܝܪܐ ܕܡܪܝ ܒܣܘܣ
  • Mor Bosus
  • ܕܰܝܪܐ ܕܡܳܪܝ ܒܳܣܘܣ1
  • دير مار باسوس2
  • Bāsūs Monastery3
  • monastery of Mar Bassus4

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How to Cite This Entry

Thomas A. Carlson et al., “Mor Bosus — ܕܝܪܐ ܕܡܪܝ ܒܣܘܣ ” in last modified February 6, 2014, http://syriaca.org/place/343.

Bibliography:

Thomas A. Carlson et al., “Mor Bosus — ܕܝܪܐ ܕܡܪܝ ܒܣܘܣ .” In , edited by ., edited by David A. Michelson et al.. Syriaca.org, 2016-. Entry published February 6, 2014. http://syriaca.org/place/343.

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Entry Title: Mor Bosus — ܕܝܪܐ ܕܡܪܝ ܒܣܘܣ

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  • Initial Barsoum entry creation by David A. Michelson
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  • Syriac description entry by Robert Aydin
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