IndexesIndex of ManuscriptsAleppoFondation Salem 2 [Sbath 778]162Fondation Salem 185 [Sbath 984]161Fondation Salem 361 [Sbath 1184]119n74Maronite Archdiocese 15210Maronite Archdiocese 1096352Maronite Archdiocese 1153353Private collection of C. Ḫuḍarī s.n.161n12Private collection of Ǧirǧis Šulḥot s.n.210Private collection of N. Bassāl and Rabbāṭ s.n.353Private collection of Yūsuf Baḫḫāš s.n.161n12Rūm Catholic Archdiocese 105188n34Rūm Orthodox Archdiocese 90351Syriac Catholic Archdiocese 9/6397n30AthosIviron, Georgian 5770n100, 71Chilandari 405208BaalbekRūm Catholic Archdiocese 5352BalamandBalamand Monastery 115210Balamand Monastery 125191n47Balamand Monastery 128351Balamand Monastery 129349Balamand Monastery 130349Balamand University 16352BartellaPrivate collection of Fr. Quryāqūs al-Ṭarāǧī142, 144, 151BeirutBibliothèque Orientale 347161Bibliothèque Orientale 479210–219Bibliothèque Orientale 480210Bibliothèque Orientale 483329, 352, 355–372Bibliothèque Orientale 484349Bibliothèque Orientale 505185n25–26Bibliothèque Orientale 509285–325Bibliothèque Orientale 510285–325Bibliothèque Orientale 618185n26Private collection of E. Karam 3350BerlinStaatsbibliothek, Diez A oct. 162 [Ahlwardt 10175]342–343n20BeuronBenediktiner-Erzabtei Sankt Martin, Sinai Palimpsest fragments s.n.76BirminghamMingana Chr. Ar. 21352Mingana Chr. Ar. 5624n33Mingana Chr. Ar. Add. 17198Mingana Chr. Ar. Add. 17298Mingana Chr. Ar. Add. 191349Mingana Syr. 22101Mingana Syr. 35101Mingana Syr. 87101Mingana Syr. 88101Mingana Syr. 138101Mingana Syr. 174101Mingana Syr. 188101Mingana Syr. 223101Mingana Syr. 352101Mingana Syr. 401101Mingana Syr. 403101Mingana Syr. 446101Mingana Syr. 450285–325Mingana Syr. 453101Mingana Syr. 461101Mingana Syr. 464101Mingana Syr. 465101Mingana Syr. 543138–142Mingana Syr. 562101Mingana Syr. 607101Bryn MawrBryn Mawr College Library, Sinai fragments s.n.76BzommarOur Lady of Bzommar 77329, 351CairoCoptic Catholic Patriarchate 7–15110–112, 115, 119–120Coptic Museum, Lit. 57 [Graf 75]110, 115, 119, 120Coptic Museum, Lit. 113 [Graf 98]92, 103–104, 107–109, 113, 120Coptic Museum, Theol. 157 [Graf 462]92Coptic Museum, Varia 4 [Graf 145]119–120Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Graf 374351Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Theol. 112 [Graf 638, Simaika 238]204Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Theol. 116 [Graf 617]187n32Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Theol. 139 [Graf 380]210, 219Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Theol. 154 [Graf 372; Simaika 312]348Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Theol. 164 [Graf 386]347Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Theol. 165 [Graf 351]210Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Theol. 220 [Graf 524; Simaika 387]348Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Theol. 233 [Graf 345; Simaika 440]350Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Theol. 313 [Simaika 535]210CambridgeUniversity Library, Add. 2020133–134, 150–153University Library, Or. 128754, 77Cambridge, MAHarvard Syr. 38132, 139, 141–142, 152n67–68, 153n75, 154n79Harvard Syr. 190129n3CopenhagenRoyal Library, Gamle kongelige Samling 20206n32Damascusal-Asad National Library 59846 [‮م ش/م/‭78‬‬‎]348Rūm Orthodox Patriarchate ar. 70 [olim 2332]351Rūm Orthodox Patriarchate ar. 142210–219Rūm Orthodox Patriarchate ar. 149210–219Rūm Orthodox Patriarchate ar. 162 [olim 1606]279Rūm Orthodox Patriarchate ar. 1546210Rūm Orthodox Patriarchate ar. 1551210Rūm Orthodox Patriarchate ar. 1553210Rūm Orthodox Patriarchate ar. 1557210Syriac Orthodox Patriarchate 12/18122n83Dayr Abū MaqārDayr Abū Maqār 333119n74Dayr Abū Maqār 334119n74Dayr Abū Maqār 33592Dayr Abū Maqār 336119n74Dayr Abū Maqār, Lit. 207 [cat. 251]348Dayr Abū Maqār, Theol. 22210Dayr al-Anbā AnṭūniyūsTheol. 75353Theol. 152352Theol. 153349Theol. 154351Theol. 320352Dayr al-BaramūsDayr al-Baramūs 2/3892, 120n76Dayr al-ḤarfDayr al-Ḥarf 10161Dayr al-KreimDayr al-Kreim 27353Dayr Mār BehnāmDayr Mār Behnām 403142–144, 151Dayr Mār MattāDayr Mār Mattā s.n. 138–140, 142Dayr Mār Mīḫāʾīl (Baskintā)Dayr Mār Mīḫāʾīl 1168Dayr al-MuḥarraqDayr al-Muḥarraq 22353Dayr al-Muḥarraq 23353Dayr al-Muḥarraq 24353Dayr al-Muḥarraq 29353Dayr al-Muḥarraq 36353Dayr al-MuḫalliṣDayr al-Muḫalliṣ 114210, 212–219Dayr al-Muḫalliṣ 218210, 212–219Dayr al-Muḫalliṣ 584210Dayr al-Muḫalliṣ 678209n47Dayr al-Muḫalliṣ 1731210Dayr al-Muḫalliṣ 2171209n47, 210Dayr al-Muḫalliṣ 2367352Dayr al-Muḫalliṣ OBS1225350Dayr al-ŠarfaCharfet 435353Charfet Ar. 8/13350Charfet Ar. 37824n33Dayr al-ŠīrDayr al-Šīr 43122n29Dayr al-Šīr N.C. 324210Dayr al-Šīr N.C. 328353Dayr al-SuryānDayr al-Suryān 215 [Theol. 48]346Dayr al-Suryān 216353Dayr al-ŠuwayrDayr al-Šuwayr 121210Dayr al-Šuwayr 122210Dayr al-Šuwayr 299 [olim 119]351Dayr al-ZaʿfarānDayr al-Zaʿfarān 52110Dayr al-Zaʿfarān 120133Dayr al-Zaʿfarān 211101Dayr al-Zaʿfarān 215101Dayr al-Zaʿfarān 220101Dayr al-Zaʿfarān 240101DiyarbakırMeryem Ana Syriac Orthodox Church 135101Meryem Ana Syriac Orthodox Church 181101Meryem Ana Syriac Orthodox Church 190101Meryem Ana Syriac Orthodox Church 214101Meryem Ana Syriac Orthodox Church 239101Meryem Ana Syriac Orthodox Church 242101Meryem Ana Syriac Orthodox Church 268101Meryem Ana Syriac Orthodox Church 27092n13Meryem Ana Syriac Orthodox Church 287101Ethiopian Manuscript Microfilm LibraryEMML 1766136–137EMML 6965136–137FlorenceBiblioteca Nazionale Centrale, NA 685110, 115–116, 119GlasgowUniversity Library, Hunter 449 [V.5.19]346Hiersemann CatalogueHiersemann 1476ḤomṣSyriac Orthodox Archdiocese 2101Syriac Orthodox Archdiocese 22101, 110–112JerusalemHoly Sepulchre Ar. 66348Mār Yaʿqūb Ar. 5161St. Mark’s Monastery 2124n33St. Mark’s Monastery 49101LeipzigUniversitätsbibliothek Gr. 2 [Codex Rescriptus Tischendorf 2]54, 59, 65–69Universitätsbibliothek Or. 106367LondonBL Add. 11,28165, 67–68, 78n151BL Add. 12,174122BL Add. 17,143206n34BL Add. 17,196207n37BL Add. 17,267122BL Or. 686137, 145n50, 150n64BL Or. 687/688137, 150n64BL Or. 689137, 150n64BL Or. 1475 [Add. 26,116]55BL Or. 4710110, 115–116, 119–120BL Or. 495033, 55BL Or. 500855BL Or. 501972n114, 73BL Or. 8095352BL Or. 8607193n53, 280n15BL Or. 11,286352Royal Asiatic Society, Ar. 2523MardinChaldean Cathedral 00344 [Macomber 51.9]97Chaldean Cathedral 00345 [Macomber 51.10]97Chaldean Cathedral 00354 [Macomber 51.20]97Church of the Forty Martyrs 72101, 105Church of the Forty Martyrs 83350Church of the Forty Martyrs 109101, 105Church of the Forty Martyrs 122101, 105Church of the Forty Martyrs 125101Church of the Forty Martyrs 267132Church of the Forty Martyrs 276132Church of the Forty Martyrs 287101Church of the Forty Martyrs 289101Church of the Forty Martyrs 290101Church of the Forty Martyrs 294138–142Church of the Forty Martyrs 298101Church of the Forty Martyrs 299138–142Church of the Forty Martyrs 300101MilanBiblioteca Ambrosiana, XV E1 sup.35Biblioteca Ambrosiana, X 198 sup.76–77, 79, 98, 121MoscowRussian State Library 43255MosulSyriac Orthodox Archdiocese 118352MunichBayerische Staatsbibliothek, Ar. 106676OsloSchøyen Collection 160016n4OxfordBodleian, Barocci 12942n62Bodleian, Chr. Ar. 43348Bodleian, Greaves 3023n32, 35Bodleian, Hibericus 170, 74ParisBNF Ar. 94162BNF Ar. 96203n21BNF Ar. 134210, 219BNF Ar. 135186BNF Ar. 163348, 355–372BNF Ar. 21424n33BNF Ar. 253279BNF Ar. 276159BNF Ar. 281144, 146–148, 150n63, 152, 154n76BNF Ar. 4760110, 115–116, 119n74, 120BNF Ar. 489710, 119n74BNF Coislin 30368–69BNF Ethiopien d’ Abbadie 9616n4BNF Gr. 1105171BNF Gr. 1119175BNF Gr. 1194252n41BNF Lat. 12134206BNF Syr. 13101BNF Syr. 30101BNF Syr. 191187n32BNF Syr. 193101BNF Syr. 197101BNF Syr. 200101BNF Syr. 23311RomeSant’Antonio Abate dei Maroniti, SP 002349Saint PetersburgInstitute of Oriental Manuscripts A509191n47Institute of Oriental Manuscripts A993285–325Institute of Oriental Manuscripts B1217163, 280Institute of Oriental Manuscripts C740 [olim 235]350National Library of Russia, Arab. N.S. 1093n10SinaiSinai Ar. 155Sinai Ar. 7233, 55Sinai Ar. 7545, 46n69Sinai Ar. 85190n40, 191Sinai Ar. 151342n20, 343Sinai Ar. 15433, 34n46, 40, 42, 55Sinai Ar. 155342n20Sinai Ar. 158340n17Sinai Ar. 160345Sinai Ar. 164340–341Sinai Ar. 168340n17, 341n18Sinai Ar. 169344Sinai Ar. 270204n28, 210, 219Sinai Ar. 274187, 188n33–34Sinai Ar. 282189, 190n40Sinai Ar. 285162, 166Sinai Ar. 292162Sinai Ar. 311185n25Sinai Ar. 317164n24, 169–170Sinai Ar. 319166, 168–170Sinai Ar. 328279Sinai Ar. 33023, 27–28, 30, 35, 37Sinai Ar. 343163Sinai Ar. 34523n31Sinai Ar. 356345n25Sinai Ar. 359345n25, 346, 355–372Sinai Ar. 360345, 355–372Sinai Ar. 39566Sinai Ar. 39867, 279, 285–325Sinai Ar. 400188n37Sinai Ar. 401187n32, 188n35, 189n37Sinai Ar. 405181, 191n50, 192n52, 279Sinai Ar. 40697, 163Sinai Ar. 407191n48, 191n51Sinai Ar. 408241, 251–273Sinai Ar. 409242, 251–273Sinai Ar. 423148n58, 191n48, 279, 285–325Sinai Ar. 42855, 59Sinai Ar. 43123, 44–47Sinai Ar. 439190n43, 329, 347, 355–372Sinai Ar. 444279, 368n10Sinai Ar. 45423n31Sinai Ar. 455279, 285–325Sinai Ar. 45798, 117–120Sinai Ar. 46055, 59, 77Sinai Ar. 46156Sinai Ar. 46823n31Sinai Ar. 480346, 355–372Sinai Ar. 48123n31, 35, 46n74Sinai Ar. 482191n49, 192n52Sinai Ar. 483328, 344–345, 352, 355–372Sinai Ar. 48523n31, 35Sinai Ar. 49668Sinai Ar. 50568, 190Sinai Ar. 50837n51Sinai Ar. 51045n68, 146–147, 151–154Sinai Ar. 51456, 75–77Sinai Ar. 52073n124, 74Sinai Ar. 528148n58, 160Sinai Ar. 529160Sinai Ar. 530146–147Sinai Ar. 54255, 58–59, 72–73Sinai Ar. 54963–64Sinai Ar. 55759, 73Sinai Ar. 58523n31Sinai Ar. 599166, 168–170Sinai Ar. NF Paper 1347Sinai Ar. NF Paper 8279, 285–325Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 156, 58, 73Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 256, 77Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 1256Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 14 + 1656Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 1733–37Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 20 + 3557Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 2157Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 2533, 38–39Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 3357Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 3558Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 3857Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 4698Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 4757, 66Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 4857Sinai Ar. NF Parch. 6668Sinai Geo. 668Sinai Geo. 3559, 64Sinai Geo. 32–33–5759Sinai Geo. 3659Sinai Geo. 9759Sinai Gr. 817347Sinai Porph. 209347Sinai Syr. 9206StrasbourgBibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire 422557, 59, 64Bibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire 422621, 24–31, 39, 57–58, 63n52, 65TbilisiA–1975A–9570VaticanVat. Ar. 4203n21Vat. Ar. 67185n25Vat. Ar. 7158, 65Vat. Ar. 7395, 99–100, 103–104, 120Vat. Ar. 78351Vat. Ar. 79164n79Vat. Ar. 9924n33Vat. Ar. 104329n2Vat. Ar. 116329n2Vat. Ar. 117329n2Vat. Ar. 164202n19Vat. Ar. 175123n84Vat. Ar. 177167–169Vat. Ar. 178177Vat. Ar. 401349Vat. Ar. 436165–166, 169–170Vat. Ar. 463186n27–29Vat. Ar. 671346, 351, 355–372Vat. Ar. 672351Vat. Ar. 697146, 148, 150n63, 151–153Vat. Barb. Gr. 434171n38, 176Vat. Borg. Ar. 59103–104, 120n76, 142–143Vat. Borg. Ar. 71345Vat. Borg. Ar. 13524n33Vat. Borg. Ar. 153210, 211n49, 219Vat. Borg. Ar. 200286Vat. Borg. Ar. 219142–145, 151–154Vat. Borg. Syr. 39133–134Vat. Gr. 408225n95Vat. Gr. 1671252n41Vat. Sbath 22350Vat. Sbath 44203n21Vat. Sbath 45202n19Vat. Sbath 207349Vat. Sbath 649203n21Vat. Syr. 106207Vat. Syr. 159101Vat. Syr. 199101Vat. Syr. 408101Vat. Syr. 424101Vat. Syr. 62372VendômeBibliothèque de la ville 122206n32VeniceBiblioteca Marciana, Gr. II, 196171, 176Biblioteca Marciana, Gr. IX, 23176ViennaÖsterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod. Mixt. 1381210, 225, 227Zouk MosbehNotre Dame University Louaize SP 018350ZurichZentralbibliothek, Car. C. 146206n32Index of Names, Texts, and SubjectsʿAbd al-Malik ibn Marwān, Umayyad caliph130, 145, 153–154ʿAbd al-Masīḥ ibn Isḥāq ibn ʿAbd al-Masīḥ, see Ibn al-MuḥabrakʿAbdallāh ibn al-Faḍl, Melkite author, translator3, 5, 9, 10n35, 161–164, 195, 198–240, 349, 352n79, 383Joy of the Believer202, 204, 349n52ʿAbdā da-Mšiḥā, see History of ʿAbdā da-MšiḥāAbraham bar Dašandad404Aḇrāhām Sannōṭā (“Abraham the Beardless”)132Abramios, prōtospathários193, 279Abū Isḥāq ibn Faḍlallāh, Copto-Arabic translator3Abū Nūḥ, East-Syriac author131Adversus Iudaeos literature17–18, 276–327Agapios Landos384Aḥiqar134, 404Akathistos384Alexander of Cyprus384Alexander Romance385Alexios, patriarch of Constantinople193–194Alpha privativum, Arabic translation of9, 164, 248Ambrose of Milan200n6Ammonius, Account of the Martyrdom of the Fathers of Sinai and Raithu2, 42n61, 72–73, 385Anastasius of Sinai385–386Questions and Answers18–19Andrāʾus al-Anṭūnī, Copto-Arabic scribe328, 352Andrew of Crete386Encomium to Saint Nicholas202n14, 235n125Anthony David of Baghdad, scribe21, 37, 55, 57–58, 65Antioch, Byzantine reconquest of178, 184, 194, 244Antiochian Menologion188, 252, 384Antiochian translation movement158–275Antiochus Strategius, see StrategiusAntonios, translator at the Monastery of Saint Symeon the Younger158–179Aphrahat89, 404–405Apocrypha of the Bible18, 37n51, 89–90n3, 134, 147–148, 377Apologetics, Christian Arabic40–47Apophthegmata Patrum134, 386Arabic Bible translations1–2, 8–9, 340–344Arabic translations of lost original texts6, 178, 328–376Aradalbas, scribe346Armenian patristic translations16, 91, 124n85, 200, 207–208, 276, 410–411Arsānī, deacon, scribe347Arsen of Iqalto45, 61n45, 176Athanasius of Alexandria, Against the Heathen3Life of St. Anthony345n25Quaestiones ad Antiochum ducem [spurious]15–53Athanasius of Balad206Augustine of Hippo200n6, 205n31Confessions3Babylas, martyr280Balahvar, Wisdom of71Bar Hebraeus405Basil of Caesarea, History of Joseph [spurious]89–90Homilies on the Hexaemeron198–240Second Homily on Lent (Homily on Cheesefare Sunday)191Bible, translations into Arabic, see Arabic Bible translationsBook of the Rolls37n51Būlus Faġālī, translator92Cave of Treasures405Chaccour, Adriane, Melkite Catholic Archimandrite, translator3Chariton of the Monastery of the Theotokos Aršāyā345, 383Christopher, patriarch of Antioch181–187, 279–280Chronicle of Seert129Clemens Caraccioli, scribe351Clement of Alexandria387Clement of Rome387Confessio Patrum, see Iʿtirāf al-ābāʾCoptic patristic texts and translations1–3, 72, 76n137, 79, 91–92, 96–100, 198, 200, 204–205, 207, 220, 226–227, 280, 283, 328, 411–413Copyists, see under individual namesCyril of Alexandria388Cyril of Scythopolis64–68, 388Life of Cyriacus64, 66Life of Euthymius64–66Life of John the Hesychast64, 67Life of Saba64–65, 67Life of Theodosius64, 67–68Dādīšōʿ Qaṭrāyā405Daniel ibn Arsīn, scribe55Dating systems166, 202, 219n80, 228David, bishop of the Kurds131David of Bṭarān, scribe165, 169David of Ḥomṣ, scribe54, 65, 204–205, 226, 228Dayr Abū Maqār204–205, 226, 228Dayr Anbā Bišāy99–100Dayr al-Suryān100, 130Diadochus of Photike388–389Didascalia3Dionysius bar Ṣalībī405Dionysius the Areopagite [Pseudo-]2, 189–194Dionysius Exiguus206n32Disputation of the Jews Papiscus and Philo with a Monk18Doctrina Patrum15Dorotheus of Gaza64, 328, 345n26, 346n29Dositheus II, patriarch of Jerusalem3n11ʿEnānīšōʿ405–406Ephrem63, 76, 78, 185–187, 189–192, 283–284, 355n16Ephrem Mtsire, Georgian translator176Epiphanius of Salamis209, 277, 390Erotapokriseis see Question-and-Answer literatureEthiopic patristic texts and translations16n4, 90n3, 92–93, 99n43, 100n47, 124n85, 129–130, 136–137, 145–146, 150n64, 414–415Eusebius of Caesarea390Eustathios Boïlas236Eustathius, Latin translator205–206Eustratius, see StrategiusEuthymius the Hagiorite71Euthymius II, patriarch of Antioch349n52Eutychius of Alexandria45Evagrius Ponticus7, 328, 390–391Faltas, Joseph Maurice, translator3First Apocryphal Apocalypse of St. John18Gabriel III, Coptic pope346Gabriel of Baṣra407Gädlä Sämaʿətat136–137Ǧarīḥ, see Ǧurayǧ ibn Yuhannis al-RarāwīGaršūnī22n29, 137, 329, 350, 352Ǧawān ibn Dimitrī ibn Yūḥannā ibn Ḥamza, scribe241Gəʿəz, see EthiopicGeorge, patriarch of Alexandria [Pseudo-?], Life of St. John Chrysostom160George of Pisidia200George the Hagiorite71, 208Georgian patristic translations6, 16, 53–54, 59–80, 91, 176, 200, 208–209, 276, 282, 415–416Germanos I, patriarch of Constantinople391Homily on the Sash of the Theotokos241–275Girgis Mīḫāʾīl, scribe350Graeco-Arabic translation movement1, 199Gregory, abbot of the Monastery of Our Lady in Dafnūnā5, 278–280, 383Gregory of Cappadocia, Panegyric for Gregory of Nazianzus187Gregory of Nazianzus4, 187, 391Oration 29 (On the Son)187–188, 192Oration 30 (On the Son)187–188, 192Oration 40 (On Baptism)188, 192Oration 43 (Panegyric for Basil of Caesarea)188, 192Gregory of Nyssa393Apology on the Hexaemeron200, 204, 207n37, 208n44, 210–211, 213, 220, 222On Making Man200, 204–215, 222, 226–227, 229Panegyric for Ephrem the Syrian [spurious]185, 192Grigorios Nebot, scribe351Ġubriyāl, see GabrielǦurayǧ ibn Yuḥannis al-Rarāwī, translator204, 225–230, 383al-Ḥaǧǧāǧ, Umayyad governor130, 145, 154Hagiographies, Arabic translations of53–80, 142–154, 241–275Ḥamdānids180, 195Hebrew, translations into Arabic from1Hexaemeron literature198–240History of ʿAbdā da-Mšiḥā121–122Homily on Abraham and Sarah93, 407Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāq116n67, 178Ibn al-Faḍl, see ʿAbdallāh ibn al-FaḍlIbn al-Muḥabrak, scribe346Ibn al-Rāhib, Abū Šākir, Copto-Arabic author187n32Ibn Saḥqūn, translator2Ibn al-Ṭayyib, Paradise of Christianity89–90Ibrāhīm ibn Yūḥannā180–197Life of Christopher180–197, 383Iḫwān al-ṣafāʾ (“Brethren of Purity”)7Imīl Abī Ḥabīb Anṭūnī, translator92Isaac of Nineveh7, 60–61, 203n21, 282–283, 346n31, 352n79, 407–408Isḥāq, scribe at the Monastery of Saint Catherine at Sinai58Isḥāq ʿAṭā Allāh, Athonite archimandrite, translator3Īšōʿdād of Merv90Īšōʿdnaḥ of Baṣra, Book of Chastity130, 132, 135Iʿtirāf al-ābāʾ (Confessio Patrum)79, 99, 384Jacob of Serugh74–80, 89–124, 408Dialogue between the Two Thieves on the Subject of Jesus76, 93n17On Abraham and Sarah in Egypt76On Abraham and the Annunciation of Isaac’s Birth76On the Angel and the Thief77On the Annunciation to Our Lady Mary76–77, 113–121On the Apostle Thomas75On the Baptism of Christ77On Christ’s Entry into the Temple77On Death75On Godly Love101–106On Jonah and the Penitence of Nineveh77, 106–113On Joseph, Son of Jacob75On Lazarus and the Rich Man77On the Death of Moses77On the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ75, 78–79On the Prodigal Son76On the Prohibition of Swearing75On the Sacrifice of Isaac77On Zacchaeus76Jewish reception of Arabic patristic translations7, 416–417John Chrysostom148, 160, 189–192, 194, 280, 347n40, 394–395Commentary on Corinthians162–163Commentary on Genesis220Commentary on the Gospel of John162, 220Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew161–163Commentary on Hebrews203n21On the Incomprehensible Nature of God343n21Panegyric for the Prophet Elijah191–192First Homily on Patience [spurious]192In illud: Memor fui Dei [spurious]281–282John Climacus, Book of the Ladder3, 7, 9, 163, 328n1, 334n13, 352n79John Moschos396John of Apamea7, 409John of Dalyatha409John of Damascus6–7, 158–179Against Iconoclasts15n2, 158, 177Against Jacobites158, 167–170Against Nestorians158, 164, 168–169De Fide contra Nestorianos164, 168–170, 178Dialectica / Philosophical Chapters7, 158, 169, 176, 178Exact Exposition of the Orthodox Faith7, 158, 169, 176, 338n16Expositio et declaratio fidei [spurious?]6, 168–169, 178Homily on Holy Saturday158Homily on Transfiguration167–170Letter to Cosmas169Libellus de recta sententia164, 170On the Stay of Jesus in the Tomb158On Theology167On Theology and Nativity169n35, 170On Virtues and Vices [spurious]338n16John of Daylam129–157John Philoponus397John the exarch208Josephus397Julian Romance409Kaisarios [Pseudo-], Questions and Answers202Karšūnī, see GaršūnīKaufmann effect119n73Kulayb, duke of Antioch243n9Latin, translations into Arabic from3, 413Legend of Sergius Baḥīrā409Leo VI, Byzantine emperor397Leontius of Byzantium398Leontius of Damascus, Life of Stephen of Mar Saba2, 398Leontius of Neapolis, Apology18Leontius Sālim, translator3Life of Basil the New3Life of Ephrem78Life of John of Edessa398Life of Joseph Busnāyā129Life of Pachomius345n25Life of Theodore of Edessa71Liturgical texts, translations into Arabic2, 9, 100, 249–252al-Maʿarrī, Abū al-ʿAlāʾ, poet199Macarian Homilies6, 328n1, 398Macarius III Ibn al-Zaʿīm, patriarch of Antioch349n52Marcion, polemic against277, 295Mark the Monk64, 399Martyrdom of Michael of Mar Saba70–71Meletius Karmā, see Euthymius IIMethodius of Constantinople399Michael al-Simʿānī, Life of John of Damascus176Michael the Syrian409–410Mīḫāʾīl al-anbā Būlā, scribe352Monastery of Bēṯ ʿĀḇē130–131, 140Monastery of the Cross, Jerusalem62, 65, 70Monastery of Mār Behnām143, 144Monastery of Mar Chariton54, 62Monastery of Mār Mattā139Monastery of Mar Saba21–22, 54, 59–62, 65, 68–75Monastery of Saint Catherine at Sinai22, 33, 54, 62, 74Monastery of Saint Macarius, see Dayr Abū MaqārMonastery of Saint Symeon the Younger near Antioch158–161, 175–176, 189, 204Monastery of the Syrians, see Dayr al-SuryānMonastery of the Theotokos in Dafnūnā near Antioch280Moses bar Kēfā344, 350n59, 353n86, 410Moses of Nisibis100n45Mūsā ibn al-Ḥaǧar, see Moses bar KēfāMūsā ibn al-qiss Saʿāda, scribe348Mūsā ibn Yūsuf al-Karʾī (al-Karakī?), scribe347Mūsā ibn Yuwākīm, bishop of Yabrūd, scribe148Muslim reception of Arabic patristic translations7–10, 416–417Naḫla ʿAbd al-Sayyid al-Ġazzāwī, scribe352Nemesius of Emesa339, 399–400Nicephoros Uranos, Life of Saint Symeon the Stylite the Younger163, 166Nicholas II, patriarch of Antioch183Nikon of the Black Mountain400Nīlus al-Dimašqī, scribe340Nilus of Ancyra400Noetic Paradise328–376, 400–401On the Triune Nature of God40–43Old Church Slavonic, patristic translations16, 200, 208, 281Paleography, early Christian Arabic33, 37, 54, 58, 60, 65Palestinian Paterikon65Palestinian-Sinaitic translation movement15–88Peter of Bet Raʾs, Book of Demonstration45–46Peter Libellisios, duke of Antioch243n9Philo of Alexandria200n6, 401Philokalia401Philoxenus of Mabbug410Letter to Patrikios279Physiologos401Procheiros Nomos401Proclus of Constantinople281n18Question-and-Answer literature15–52, 90n4, 202Questions and Answers of Basil and Gregory401Quryāqūs al-Ṭarāǧī, priest142Qusṭanṭīn ibn Abī l-Maʿālī, translator3, 181n2, 383Romanian, translations into Arabic from413–414Romanos III, Byzantine emperor194Saʿadya Gaon1al-Ṣafī ibn al-ʿAssāl228 abridgment of the Noetic Paradise328–329, 347n41, 353n87 abridgment of John Climacus’ Book of the Ladder352n79saǧʿ202n14, 236Sannōṭā, see Abraham Sannōṭā and Šemʿōn SannōṭāSayings of the Desert Fathers, see Apophthegmata PatrumScribes, see under individual namesŠemʿōn Sannōṭā (“Simon the Beardless”)130–132, 152–154Sənkəssar, Ethiopic Synaxarion136–137Severian of Gabala [Pseudo-], Homily on Nativity6, 276–327Severus of Antioch402Sibylline Oracles402Simʿān ibn Kalīl349n52Simeon d-Ṭaybūṯēh410Simeon ibn al-Buṭayṭa241Slavonic, see Old Church SlavonicSogdian, translations from Syriac129, 135Sony, Behnam, historian, cataloguer92, 137Sophronius of Jerusalem402Synodal Letter203n21, 235n124Stephen Manṣūr69Passion of the Twenty Sabaite Martyrs69–70Martyrdom of Saint Romanos the Neomartyr70Stephen of Nicomedia, Syntagma338n16Stephen of Ramla33, 55Strategius (“Eustratius”), Account of the Persian conquest of Jerusalem6, 73–74, 403Ṣūfism, interaction with Christian asceticism7Simeon the Stylite (the Older)279Step’anos of Siwnik, Armenian translator208n42Stephen of Nicomedia338n16Stephen of Thebes402Symeon Metaphrastes191–192Panegyric for the Evangelist John191Panegyric for the Evangelist Luke191Synaxarion of Constantinople241n2Syriac, translation into ArabicṮalǧa al-Ḥamawī, scribe349Tertullian277Testament of Our Lord3Testimonia lists17, 46Theodore Abū Qurra8, 61, 71Treatise on the Veneration of the Holy Icons43–45Theodore bar Koni, Scholion90Theodore of Mopsuestia403On the Perfection of Observances6Theodore of Petra68n81Theodoret of Cyrrhus, Religious History3Theophilus of Alexandria403Thomas, scribe at the Monastery of Saint Catherine at Sinai57Thomas of Marga, The Book of the Governors130, 135, 154Timon, Saint183Timothy I, catholicos410Translation movement, see Antiochian translation movement, Graeco-Arabic translation movement, Palestinian-Sinaitic translation movementTranslations of patristic texts, see under individual authors and languagesTranslation style and technique23–35, 101–121, 164–165, 189, 205n, 230–237, 244–252, 342–344Translators, see under individual namesTriodion193Trophies of Damascus18Typikon of Mar Saba3, 404ʿUbaydallāh, duke of Antioch243n9Umayyads15n2Yalda, scribe, sponsor134–135n19Yānī ibn al-Duks, translator241–275Yannah ibn Iṣṭifān al-Fāḫūrī, translator2Yūḥannā ʿAbd al-Masīḥ188n36, 241, 383Yūḥannā ibn al-Ġurayr, translator384Yūsuf Ǧirǧis Barāyū, scribe351Yūsuf ibn Barakāt, scribe345Yuwāṣaf ibn Suwaydān, translator3