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NB: the bibliographies below are mostly presented in chronological order of publication. Skip to main content. Search form. The Book of Steps [Liber Graduum]. Kitchen and Parmentier, M. Franciscus , The book of steps: the Syriac Liber Graduum. Kalamazoo: Cistercian Publications, Historic Authors:. Ephrem Syrus. Evagrius of Pontus. Babai of Nisibis. Abraham of Nathpar. Isaac of Nineveh. John of Dalyatha. Colless , The Wisdom of the Pearlers. An Anthology of Syriac Christian Mysticism.

Mingana , Early Christian Mystics , vol. Cambridge: W. Valavanolickal , Aphrahat: Demonstrations , Revised. Piscataway: Gorgias Press, French translation: M. Pierre , Aphraate le Sage Persan. German translation P. Freiburg: Herder, Ephrem d. Brock , The harp of the spirit: 18 poems of Saint Ephrem , 2nd ed. London: Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius, Brock , St.

Ephrem the Syrian: Hymns on Paradise. Crestwood: St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, Mathews, Jr. Washington, D. McVey , Ephrem the Syrian: Hymns. New York: Paulist Press, Cerbelaud , Hymnes sur le jeune. Cerbelaud , Le Christ en ses symboles: Hymnes de Virginitate , vol. Lavenant and Graffin, R. Hymnes sur le Paradis. Paris: cerf. Beck in his editions in Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium.

Phrantzolas , Osiou Ephraim tou Syrou Erga [1] , vol. Phrantzolas , Osiou Ephraim tou Syrou Erga [2] , vol. Phrantzolas , Osiou Ephraim tou Syrou Erga [3] , vol. Phrantzolas , Osiou Ephraim tou Syrou Erga [4] , vol. Phrantzolas , Osiou Ephraim tou Syrou Erga [5] , vol. Phrantzolas , Osiou Ephraim tou Syrou Erga [6] , vol. Phrantzolas , Osiou Ephraim tou Syrou Erga [7] , vol. Book of Steps R. Rome: Pontifical Institute of Oriental Studies, Strothmann , Johannes von Apamea. Berlin ; New York: Walter de Gruyter, Philoxenus d.

London: Asher, French Translation: E. Lemoine and Lavenant, R. Paris: Editions du Cerf, Letter to Patrikios French translation: R.

Paris: Firmin-Didot, Marsh , The Book of the Holy Hierotheos. Lane , The Book of Gifts [Text] , vol. Lane , The Book of Gifts [Translation] , vol. Livre de la Perfection, 1e Partie [Text] , vol. Livre de la Perfection, 1e Partie [Translation] , vol.

Livre de la Perfection, 2e Partie ch. Isaac the Syrian 4 Part I : D. Wensinck , Mystic Treatises by Isaac of Nineveh. Amsterdam: De Akademie, Theotokis , Ed. Leipzig in Saxony: Breitkopf Printing House, Christou , Ed. Thessaloniki: Paterikai Ekdoseis "Grigorios o Palamas", Critical edition: M. Part II : S. Louvain: Peeters, Louvain: Peeters, , p. Louf , Isaac le Syrien. Kavvadas , Isaak tou Syrou Asketika , 3 vol.

Part III : A. Selections : M. Hansbury , St. Isaac of Nineveh: On Ascetical Life. Allchin , The Heart of Compassion. Darton: Longman and Todd, Brock , The wisdom of St. Isaac of Nineveh , 3rd ed. Simeon d-Taybutheh P. Bettiolo , Violenza e grazia: la coltura del cuore.

Dadisho' In A. Beulay , La collection des lettres de Jean de Dalyatha , vol. Turnhout: Brepols, Hansbury , The Letters of John of Dalyatha. Piscataway: Gorgias, Harb , Graffin, F. Budge , The paradise or garden of the Holy Fathers: being histories of the anchorites, recluses, monks, coenobites, and ascetic fathers of the deserts of Egypt between A.

Budge , Stories of the holy fathers: being histories of the anchorites, recluses, monks, coenobites and ascetic fathers of the deserts of Egypt, between A. London: Oxford University Press,


The Book of Steps [Liber Graduum]

Proposed dates range from mid-4th cent. The anonymous author gives very few historical or geographical details in the memre , but one reference points to a location of the author and his spiritual community in northeast Iraq near the Lesser Zab River. The collection does not have a Syriac title. This term is mentioned only in two memre , numbers 19 and


Gorgias Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Syriac Heritage: Electronic Edition

The author appears to be living in the Persian Empire , perhaps somewhere near the Lesser Zab , as it is mentioned in Memra Thirty, and addresses the author's own Christian community. The first discourse, and subsequent ones especially number 14 , divides the community into two groups. The lesser commandments are outworkings of the Golden Rule Matthew 7. On the other hand, the 'perfect' are expected to renounce family, marriage and property so as to receive baptism of fire and Spirit.


Patrologia Syriaca 1.3 Liber Graduum




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