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St. Tikhon’s University Review . Series III: Philology

St. Tikhon’s University Review III :5 (35)

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Arutiunova-Fidanian Viada

Armeno-Chalcedonians. Terminology

Arutiunova-Fidanian Viada (2013) "Armeno-Chalcedonians. Terminology ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 9-20 (in Russian).

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Armeno-Chalcedonians is a scholarly term created in modern times, which has aptly and functionally replaced the double ethnic names used in medieval Greek and Armenian sources. The term is not a mere combination of an ethnicon and a confession name devised with the sole aim of distinguishing an Armenian Chalcedonian from a non-Chalcedonian. Armeno-Chalcedonians (as well as the medieval counterparts of this term) is an ethnic, confessional, political and cultural concept with an inbuilt multiplicity of meanings, encoding the emergence and evolution of the Armenian Orthodox community, its social, political and administrative, confessional and cultural characteristics.
Armeno-Chalcedonian community, phenomenon and terminology, Byzantine Armenians, Georgians, Tsats
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2. Alishan G. Hajapatum, Venice, 1901 (na arm. jazyke).
3. Arutjunova-Fidanjan V. A. 1973 “«Ivir» v vizantijskih istochnikah XI v.” (“Ivir” in Byzantine Sources of XI Cent.), in Vestnik Matenadarana, Erevan, 1973, vol. 11, pp. 46-66.
4. Arutjunova-Fidanjan V. A. Armjane-halkidonity na vostochnyh granicah Vizantijskoj imperii (XI v.) (Armenians-Chalcedonians in Eastern Frontiers of Byzantine Empire (XI Cent.)), Erevan, 1980.
5. Arutjunova-Fidanjan V. A. Armjano-vizantijskaja kontaktnaja zona (X-XI vv.). Rezul'taty vzaimodejstvija kul'tur (Armenian-Byzantian Contact Zone (X–XI Cent.). Results of Culture Connections), Moscow, 1994.
6. Arutjunova-Fidanjan V. A. «Povestvovanie o delah armjanskih» (VII v.). Istochnik i vremja (“Narration about Armenian Affairs” (VII Cent.). Source and Time), Moscow, 2004.
7. Arutjunova-Fidanjan V. A. 2007 “Armjane-halkidonity: identichnost' na styke jetnosa i konfessii” (Armenians-Chalchedonians: Identity at the Turn of Ethnos and Confession), in Dialog so vremenem, Moscow, 2007, vol. 21, pp. 322-344.
8. Arutjunova-Fidanjan V. A. 2010 “K voprosu o sushhestvovanii halkidonitskoj Cerkvi v Armenii” (To Question of Existence of Chalcedonian Church in Armenia), in Vestnik PSTGU. Serija III: Filologija, Moscow, 2010, vol. 4/22, pp. 7-22.
9. Arutjunova-Fidanjan V. A. 2011 “Armjane-halkidonity na sluzhbe Vizantijskoj imperii: Pakuriany” (Armenians-Chalchedonians on Service of Byzantine Empire: Pakurians), in Vizantijskie ocherki: Trudy rossijskih uchenyh k XXII Mezhdunarodnomu kongressu vizantinistov, Saint-Petersburg, 2011, pp. 5-22.
10. Arutjunova-Fidanjan V. A. 2011 “Na sluzhbe imperii: Apokapy i Vhkaci” (On Service of Empire: Apokaps and Vhkacs), in Vestnik PSTGU, Serija III: Filologija, Moscow, 2011, vol. 4/26, pp. 66-67.
11. Arutjunova-Fidanjan V. A. 2012 “Armjano-halkidonitskaja aristokratija na sluzhbe imperii: polkovodcy i diplomaticheskie agenty Konstantina VII Bagrjanorodnogo” (Armenian-Chalchedonian Nobility on Empire Service: Commanders and Diplomatic Agents of Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus), in Vestnik PSTGU. Serija III: Filologija, Moscow, 2012, vol. 3/29, pp. 7-17.
12. Arutjunjan S. 2006 “Osnovnye cherty drevnearmjanskoj mifologii” (Main Traits of Old Armanian Mythology), in Istoriko-filologicheskij zhurnal, Erevan, 2006, vol. 173, pp. 57–65.
13. Vseobshhaja istorija Stepanosa Taroneci-Asolika, Saint-Petersburg, 1885 (na arm. jaz.).
14. Danieljan Je. L. Politicheskaja istorija Armenii i Armjanskaja Apostol'skaja Cerkov' (V-VII vv.) (Politic History of Armenia and Armenian Apostolic Church (V–VII Cent.)), Erevan, 2000.
15. Dmitrievskij A. A. Puteshestvie po Vostoku i ego nauchnye rezul'taty (Journey in East and Its Scientific Results), Kiev, 1890.
16. Karpov S. P. 2003 “«Ljudi iz Pajperta»” (“Men from Pajpert”), in Antidoron: K 75-letiju G. G. Litavrina, Saint-Petersburg, 2003, pp. 66-73.
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18. Marr N. Ja. 1900 “Iz poezdki na Afon” (From Journey to Athos), in Teksty i razyskanija po armjano-gruzinskoj filologii, Saint-Petersburg, 1900, vol. 1.
19. Marr N. Ja. 1911 “Ob armjanskoj illjustrirovannoj rukopisi iz halkidonitskoj sredy” (About Armenian Illustrated Manuscript from Chalcenodian Sphere), in Izvestija Imperatorskoj Akademii nauk, Saint-Petersburg, 1911, vol. 12, pp. 1294-1301.
20. Marr N. Ja. 1996 “Arkaun, mongol'skoe nazvanie hristian v svjazi s voprosom ob armjanah-halkidonitah” (Arkaun, Mongolian Name of Christians in Connection with Question about Armenians-Chalchedonians), in Marr N. Ja. Kavkazskij kul'turnyj mir i Armenija, Erevan, 1996, pp. 209-276.
21. Marr N. Ja. 1996 “Caty paleontologicheski”, in Marr N. Ja. Kavkazskij kul'turnyj mir i Armenija, Erevan, 1996, pp. 288-298.
22. Matteos Urhaeci. Hronografija, Valarshapat, 1898 (na arm. jazyke).
23. Muradjan P. M. 1988 “Hronologija sistem letoschislenij po armjanskim istochnikam” (Chronology Systems according to Armenian Sources), in Kavkaz i Vizantija, Erevan, 1988, vol. 6, pp. 61-71.
24. Ter-Gevondjan A. N. 1981 “Novonajdennye arabskie redakcii «Istorii Armenii» Agafangela” (New Found Arabic Redactions of “Armenian History” of Agathangelos), in Pis'mennye pamjatniki Vostoka, Moscow, 1981, pp. 105-109.
25. Arutjunova-Fidanyan V. A. 1992 “Les Armeniens chalcedoniens en tant que phenomene culturel de l'Orient chretien”, in Atti del quinto simposio internationale di arte armena, 1988, Venezia, 1992, pp. 463-477.
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28. Dedeyan G. 1981 “Les armeniens en Cappadoce aux Xe et XIe siecles”, in Foncesca C. (ed.) Le aree omogenee della civilta rupestre nell'ambito dell'imperio bizantino: la Cappadocia, Galatina, 1981, pp. 75-95.
29. Dedeyan G. 1981 “Mleh le Grand stratege de Lykandos”, in REA, 1981, vol. 15, pp. 73-102.
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32. Dorfmann-Lazarev I. Armeniens et Byzantins a l'epoque de Photius: Deux debats theologiques apres le Triomphe de l'Orthodoxie, Louvain, 2004.
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34. Kaegi W. 1968 “Al-Baladuri and the Armeniac Theme”, in Byzantion, Bruxelles, 1968, vol. 38, pp. 273-277.
35. Lidov A. M. 1992 “L'art des Armeniens chalcedoniens”, in Atti del quinto simposio internationale di arte armena, 1988, Venezia, 1992, pp. 479-495.
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Arutiunova-Fidanian Viada

Gusarova Ekaterina

Royal power and Church in Ethiopia at the end of the 18th century (according to the Chronicle of Takla Giyorgis I from the manuscript Orient. 821 of the British Library)

Gusarova Ekaterina (2013) "Royal power and Church in Ethiopia at the end of the 18th century (according to the Chronicle of Takla Giyorgis I from the manuscript Orient. 821 of the British Library) ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 21-29 (in Russian).

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The state organism in Ethiopia was strictly connected with the Christian Church during its entire history and the king of kings of Ethiopia was considered primarily as a Christian king. The religion, since the adoption of Christianity in the mid-4th century AD, played the main role in every aspect of the life of its people. The Church and the king supported each other and the clergy and monks often participated in the political events that occurred in the state. In this article we have examined the life of the royal court in Ethiopia during the turbulent reign of Takla Goyorgis I according to the text of his chronicle that is included as an integral part in the manuscript Orient. 821 from the collection of the British Library, London. There existed a straight relation between the king and the Church, which can be traced in numerous passages of the chronicle. As a result we have come to a conclusion that the Ethiopian Church at the end of the 18th century was not so strong and powerful as it used to be in previous epochs. Moreover, the king during the period of Zamana Masafdnt could not expect a real support from the Church in his efforts undertaken for the sake of the unification of the country that was divided in many regions put under the control of powerful feudal rulers. In spite of numerous military campaigns he had organized, Takla Giyorgis I did not succeed in stopping that disintegration.
Ethiopian Church, history of Ethiopia, Ethiopia at the end of the 18th century, royal chronicle of Takla Giyorgis I, manuscript Orient. 821, observance of Saturday and Sunday, period of feudal disintegration.
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Gusarova Ekaterina

Zabolotnyi Evgenii

Was Nestorius orthodox? (on the articles by M. Anastos and A. de Halleux)

Zabolotnyi Evgenii (2013) "Was Nestorius orthodox? (on the articles by M. Anastos and A. de Halleux) ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 30-40 (in Russian).

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The article attempts to critically investigate the opinion of the famous researcher in the fild of Nestorius' theology M. Anastos which he expressed in the work «Nestorius Was Orthodox» and similar point of view of A. de Halleux. In discussing Nestorius, the author has relied heavily upon the Second Apology of Nestorius (Tegourta of Heracleides of Damascus). One of the principal objectives of the article was an attempt to establish whether it's possible to speak of the «very thin or nonexistent» line which separates Cyril of Alexandria and Nestorius on the problem of communicatio idiomatum or it's necessary to assert the fundamental disagreements. Therefore the article includes the study of the questions of the Mariology, which are closely related to the Christology, including the problem ofprosopon of union in the theology of Nestorius.
christology, communicatio idiomatum, Cyril of Alexandria, mariology, Nestorius, Tegourta of Heracleides of Damascus
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Zabolotnyi Evgenii

Kravchenko Svetlana

National and cultural component in amharic: formula of a personal name at the Ethiopian Christians

Kravchenko Svetlana (2013) "National and cultural component in amharic: formula of a personal name at the Ethiopian Christians ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 41-45 (in Russian).

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The article is devoted to one of the most peculiar systems of personal names in the world — that of the Christian ethnic groups in Ethiopia. The author speaks about the naming conventions of the Ethiopian Christians and dwells on such topics as the sources of the name fund, the motivation while choosing a child's name as well as the morphological and syntactic structure of personal names.
personal names, naming convention, morphological and syntactic structure, Ethiopia, Ethiopian Christianity
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Kravchenko Svetlana

Lebedev Vladimir

Lexemes with a meaning of «God» in prayer books of the Christian Arabs

Lebedev Vladimir (2013) "Lexemes with a meaning of «God» in prayer books of the Christian Arabs ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 46-58 (in Russian).

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The lexemes allahu, 'ilahun, 'allahumma in all word forms encountering in the service texts of the Christian Arabs is a test subject in the given article, the objective of the study is a clarification of their grammatical identification and semantics. Certain aspects relating to a functioning of the Arabic language as a sign system, certain peculiarities of the Arabic linguistic tradition and certain aspects of the Arabic cases, the Arabic article, appositive word combination and possessiveness relating to the test subject are considered in the article as well.
God, Christian Arabs, sign systems, lexeme, word-form, context.
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Lebedev Vladimir

Panchenko Konstantin

The melkite physicians in the Arabic East

Panchenko Konstantin (2013) "The melkite physicians in the Arabic East ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 59-75 (in Russian).

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The article is devoted to biographies of prominent Melkite physicians who worked at the Ayyubid and Mamluk courts. Clans of the physicians, their relations with the Muslim elites, identity of the Chrisitan doctors in the Muslin environment, their role in an ecclesiastical life of their community are the main points of the research.
Christian Arabs, physicians, Ayyubids, Mamluks
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7. Panchenko K. A. 2011 “Podzhog Kaira 1321 g. i problema hristianskogo terrorizma v Mamljukskom gosudarstve” (Arson in Cairo in 1321 and Problem of Christian Terrorism in Mameluke State), in Vestnik PSTGU. Ser. III: Filologija, Moscow, 2011, vol. 4/26, pp. 96-124.
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17. Zaborovski J. R. (ed.) The Coptic Martyrdom of John of Phanijoit. Assimilation and Conversion to Islam in Thirteenth-Century Egypt, Leiden, Boston, 2005 (The History of Christian-Muslim Relations; 3).

Panchenko Konstantin

Ramazian Armen

On the reasons of the Iconoclasm in medieval Armenia

Ramazian Armen (2013) "On the reasons of the Iconoclasm in medieval Armenia ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 76-85 (in Russian).

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The article is devoted to one of poorly studied subjects in the history of the West Christianity — the Armenian iconoclasm which appeared long before the Byzantine one. The author traces three stages of its development: in the end of the VIth — beginning of the Vllth century (the analysis is based mainly on the treatise «On the iconoclasts» by Vrtanes Kertog and the Letter of John Mayragometsi), in the end of the Vllth — beginning of the VIIIth century and in the Xth century. Among different external and internal reasons he reveals the major factor of the appearance and the vitality of the iconoclasm in Medieval Armenia which is the confrontation between Chalcedonians and Non-Chalcedonians.
Armenian Church, iconoclasm, iconodulism, Chalcedonians, Non-Chalcedonians, Vrtanes Kertogh, John Mayragometsi.
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3. Baranov V. A. 2009 “Ikonoborchestvo” (Iconoclasm), in PJe, 2009, vol. 22, pp. 31-44.
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Frangulian Liliia

The place of Hagiographic cycles (VII-VIII c.) in Coptic literature

Frangulian Liliia (2013) "The place of Hagiographic cycles (VII-VIII c.) in Coptic literature ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 86-96 (in Russian).

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The article deals with hagiographic cycles which constitute an insufficiently investigated area in Coptic literature. Even nowadays there is no unanimity among scholars concerning their dating and original language. An analysis ofthe texts themselves as well as their historical and literary contexts helps the author to determine the period of their flourishing and the reasons for which they were written
Coptic hagiography, hagiographic cycles, martyrdom, dating of cycles, origin of cycles, aim of writing of cycles
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Frantsuzov Sergei

The Miracle of St. Mary in Atrib: Textological peculiarities and specific features of its contens

Frantsuzov Sergei (2013) "The Miracle of St. Mary in Atrib: Textological peculiarities and specific features of its contens ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 97-108 (in Russian).

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In the present article two versions of the Arab hagiographic tale about the miracle worked by St. Mary in the city of Atrib in Lower Egypt are examined. One of them was discovered by the author of the article in the manuscript B.A.R. Mss orientale 365 (fol. 213b—217b) at the Library of the Academia Romana in Bucharest, the other is included in two copies, Arab. n. s. 266 (fol. 1a—5b) and Arab. n. s. 91 (fol. 5b, col. 2-7b, col. 2), originated in the village of al-Tayba near Jerusalem and kept in the Russian National Library. Both versions are edited with Russian translations and commentary in the Appendices 1 and 2 to the article. Besides that, their comparison with the Ethiopic translation of that miracle is drawn. As a result of a thorough textological analysis of all those versions it became possible to suppose that the Miracle of St. Mary in Atrib had been transmitted orally among Christian Arabs and had been compiled in written form in different places and in various epochs. Its contents reflects the attitude of Islamic authorities towards their Christian subjects who were undergoing a direct violence as well as all kinds of official taxes and illicit extortions.
Arab hagiography, Miracles of of St. Mary, the Copts and their religious heritage, city of Atrib in Egypt, the caliph al-Ma'mun, persecutions of Christians by Muslims.
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Fridman Iosif

Concerning the date, place of origin and circumstances of writing of the life of Abreha and Asbeha

Fridman Iosif (2013) "Concerning the date, place of origin and circumstances of writing of the life of Abreha and Asbeha ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 109-115 (in Russian).

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The article is devoted to a hitherto unpublished Ethiopic hagiographical text — the Life of Abreha and Asbeha, a composition aiming at promoting the veneration of the royal brothers during whose reign, according to a later tradition, Aksum became the scene for the activity of St. Frumentius, the apostle of Ethiopia. Departing from the data furnished by the text itself as well as by other sources, the author puts forward suggestions concerning the dating of the Life, its place of origin as well as the circumstances which could very probably serve as a stimulus for composing the text
Abreha and Asbeha, hagiography, manuscripts, place names, Ethiopia
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Chentsova Vera

The first travel of Macarius iii ibn al-Za'im, patriarch of Antioch, to Moscow (1652-1659): contacts and conflicts

Chentsova Vera (2013) "The first travel of Macarius iii ibn al-Za'im, patriarch of Antioch, to Moscow (1652-1659): contacts and conflicts ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 116-130 (in Russian).

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The account of the travels of Macarius III Ibn al-Za'im, Patriarch of Antioch in search of alms for his chair, written by Patriarch's son and companion, Archdeacon Paul of Aleppo, is an important source on the history of the countries they visited and of the Church diocese of Antioch. Despite the fact of an extreme importance of this source, in order to understand better what kind of information it contains, it is important to reveal it's goals and ideological tendencies. An undertaken comparison of Paul's narration with the documents concerning the Patriarch's stay in Russia permitted to highlight some discrepancies of the facts, reconstructed on the basis of archival materials, with Paul's versions. Paul's explication of the reasons of Macarius' necessity to seek alms for his church community and Patriarch's encounter with a certain Jeremy, Metropolitan of Myron in Lycia, is divergent from the data of the archival sources. According to Paul, Jeremy of Myron and his companions were a group of despicable persons, who got in trouble in Russia because of their proper meanness. Their difficulties in Moscow, however, were exaggerated: Jeremy was well received at the tsar's court. The analysis of the Muscovite archival documents allowed to uncover evidence that in reality Jeremy of Myron was Macarius' serious rival, who once nearly occupied his chair in Syria. It was this unfortunate for Macarius opposition with Jeremy that forced him to go abroad to collect money in order to improve his situation in Damascus. The differences of these two versions of the story reflect the ideological trend of Paul's narration as he tried to glorify the activities of Patriarch Macarius for the benefit of the Church of Antioch, even if for this purpose it was necessary to introduce some corrections in the descriptions of reality.
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The Miracle of St. Mary in Atrib (Version of Bucarest)

Frantsuzov Sergei (2013) "The Miracle of St. Mary in Atrib (Version of Bucarest) ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 133-142 (in Russian).

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The Miracle of St. Mary in Atrib (Version of al-Tayba)

Frantsuzov Sergei (2013) "The Miracle of St. Mary in Atrib (Version of al-Tayba) ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 143-160 (in Russian).

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Moiseeva Sof'ia

Rev. of Translating the Bible into Arabic: historical, text-critical and literary aspects / Ed. S. Binay, St. Leder. Beirut: Orient-Institut Beirut; Wurzburg: Ergon Verlag Wurzburg in Kommission, 2012. (Beiruter Texte und Studien; 131). - 150, 127 p.:

Moiseeva Sof'ia (2013) Rev. of Translating the Bible into Arabic: historical, text-critical and literary aspects / Ed. S. Binay, St. Leder. Beirut: Orient-Institut Beirut; Wurzburg: Ergon Verlag Wurzburg in Kommission, 2012. (Beiruter Texte und Studien; 131). - 150, 127 p.: , Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 163-169 (in Russian).

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XI Symposium Syriacum and IX Christian Arabic Conference (University of Malta, Valetta, 16–21 of July 2012)

Moiseeva Sof'ia (2013) "XI Symposium Syriacum and IX Christian Arabic Conference (University of Malta, Valetta, 16–21 of July 2012) ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia III : Filologiia, 2013, Iss. 35, pp. 173-177 (in Russian).

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