Tag Archives: Georgian

Guest Post: Anthony Alcock – Homily on Soul and Body by Athanasius of Alexandria

The Coptic text forms part of BM Ms. Or. 5001, published by E. A. Wallis Budge in Coptic Homilies in the Dialect of Upper Egypt (London 1910); a Syriac text of more or less the same work, also published there, … Continue reading

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2nd International Symposium ‘Georgian Manuscripts’, Tbilisi, 25-30 June, 2013

I got this message today from Buba Kudava, the director of the National Centre of Manuscripts (ეროვნული ცენტრის დირექტორი) in Tbilisi, so I thought I might share: Georgian Manuscript is an important part of the world’s cultural heritage. It represents … Continue reading

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Kartvelological Summer School “Georgian Script” (July 17-26, 2012, Tbilisi)

I received from Dr. Buba Kudava, the director of the National Centre of Manuscripts in Tbilisi, an interesting announcement concerning the Kartvelological Summer School “Georgian Script,” which shall take place from 17th to 26th July 2012 in Tbilisi, Georgia. “The … Continue reading

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A Book Dedication by Gérard Garitte

A few years ago, I bought from a second-hand bookstore the edition of the Georgian version of St. Antony’s letters. The book was published in 1955 by Gérard Garitte in the Corpus scriptorum christianorum orientalium (CSCO) collection and appeared in … Continue reading

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G. Garitte, Le calendrier palestino-géorgien du Sinaiticus 34

Here is a useful book for those interested in the hagiographical traditions of the Eastern Churches: Gérard Garitte, Le calendrier palestino-géorgien du Sinaiticus 34 (Xe siècle) (Subsidia hagiographica, 30; Brussels: Société des Bollandistes, 1958). download the book here Picture in … Continue reading

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