Seventh Century in the West Syrian Chronicles

The Seventh Century in the West Syrian Chronicles makes accessible to a wide public sources vital for the reconstruction of events in the first Islamic century, covering the period which ends with the unsuccessful Arab siege of Constantinople, an event which both modern historians and Syriac chronographers see as making a decisive caesura in history The general introductiThe Seventh Century in the West Syrian Chronicles makes accessible to a wide public sources vital for the reconstruction of events in the first Islamic century, covering the period which ends with the unsuccessful Arab siege of Constantinople, an event which both modern historians and Syriac chronographers see as making a decisive caesura in history The general introduction enables a newcomer to the field to establish his bearings before tackling the texts.
Seventh Century in the West Syrian Chronicles The Seventh Century in the West Syrian Chronicles makes accessible to a wide public sources vital for the reconstruction of events in the first Islamic century covering the period which ends with the

  • Title: Seventh Century in the West Syrian Chronicles
  • Author: Andrew Palmer Sebastian Brock Robert G. Hoyland
  • ISBN: 9780853232384
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. It's fascinating that Dionysius' chronicle should be reconstituted from other histories. He's pro-Arab and anti-Roman because of the latter's state religion which is the three in one one of Xianity whereas Dionysius is monophysite ie a sort of fusion. I understand both fairly well in my own person which is both corporeal and spiritual but not I'd've thought one substance since the unconscious will isn't substance at all and, extrapolating from that, neither would god be, transcendent or not. His [...]

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