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A Bibliographical Clavis To The Works Of Jacob Of Edessa (Revised And Expanded)

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The bibliography published in this book was first prepared in order to be distributed among the participants of the Symposium on Jacob of Edessa, held at Leiden University in April 1997. In most sections, bibliographical references are listed under three rubrics, marked by the letters [a], [b], and [c]. These rubrics should be understood as follows: [a] = editions and translations [b] = studies [c] = references (that is, books or articles in which Jacob?s works are discussed or referred to in a larger context). The book discusses Jacob?s biography as well as his position in early Islamic Edessa, and gives a full picture of the various aspects of Jacob of Edessa?s life and work as a scholar and clergyman.

Keywords: early Islamic Edessa; Jacob of Edessa

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