Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
Item #14664 Patrologia Syriaca complectens opera omnia SS. Patrum, Doctorum Scriptorumque Catholicorum Quibus Accedunt Aliorum Acatholicorum Auctorum Scripta Quae Ad Res Ecclesiasticas Perinent Quotquot Syriaece Supersunt Secondum Codices Praesertim Londinenses, Parisienses, Vaticanos. Pars Prima ab initiis usque ad annum 350. (Tomus Primus. Tomus Secundus, Tomus Tertius.). Accurante R. Graffin.
Patrologia Syriaca complectens opera omnia SS. Patrum, Doctorum Scriptorumque Catholicorum Quibus Accedunt Aliorum Acatholicorum Auctorum Scripta Quae Ad Res Ecclesiasticas Perinent Quotquot Syriaece Supersunt Secondum Codices Praesertim Londinenses, Parisienses, Vaticanos. Pars Prima ab initiis usque ad annum 350. (Tomus Primus. Tomus Secundus, Tomus Tertius.)
Patrologia Syriaca complectens opera omnia SS. Patrum, Doctorum Scriptorumque Catholicorum Quibus Accedunt Aliorum Acatholicorum Auctorum Scripta Quae Ad Res Ecclesiasticas Perinent Quotquot Syriaece Supersunt Secondum Codices Praesertim Londinenses, Parisienses, Vaticanos. Pars Prima ab initiis usque ad annum 350. (Tomus Primus. Tomus Secundus, Tomus Tertius.)

Patrologia Syriaca complectens opera omnia SS. Patrum, Doctorum Scriptorumque Catholicorum Quibus Accedunt Aliorum Acatholicorum Auctorum Scripta Quae Ad Res Ecclesiasticas Perinent Quotquot Syriaece Supersunt Secondum Codices Praesertim Londinenses, Parisienses, Vaticanos. Pars Prima ab initiis usque ad annum 350. (Tomus Primus. Tomus Secundus, Tomus Tertius.)

Paris: Firmin-Didot et Socii, 1894, 1907, 1926. Softcover. 3 volumes. 4to. lxxx, 1053pp. 1428pp, cccvi, 1168pp. Volume one in modern red, volume 2 and volume 3 in original brown wrappers, all with black lettering and illustration to wrappers and spine. Scuffing, rubbing, discoloration and tearing to wrappers. All page edges untrimmed. Some pages unopened. Text in Latin and Syriac. In good condition. g. Item #14664

The Patrologia Syriaca was started in 1894 with the aim of publishing a collection that would contain Oriental texts, edited in the original tongues with a translation into Latin or a modern, Western language. In this case, Syriac, a Christian Aramaic dialect is translated into Latin, whereby each page is separated into two columns (the Syriac text facing the Latin). The topic is mainly hagiography (biographies of biblical figures). The introduction is in Latin. Later, the idea of this work was discontinued in its original form and replaced by the Patrologia Orientalis starting from unpublished texts in Arabic, Armenian, Coptic, Ethiopian, Greek, Georgian and Slavonic.

Price: $750.00

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