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J.F. Coakley

Manuscript Specialist

University of Cambridge

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Cambridge, Cambridgeshire,CB2 3EB

United Kingdom

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The Cambridge Canadian Studies Initiative (CCSI) was founded in 2004, creating a new focal point for Canadian Studies at the University of Cambridge. The CCSI was widely welcomed as reestablishing an institutional presence for Canadian Studies at Cambridge a...more

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Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies | Dept of Middle Eastern Studies: Current PhDs

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Co-Supervisor: Dr J.F. Coakley (Faculty of Divinity)


Hugoye Current Issue

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J.F. Coakley, University of Cambridge


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In addition, J.F. Coakley, a manuscripts specialist at the University of Cambridge library and fellow of Wolfson College, told Reuters, "The Syriac writing seems to be in the East Syriac script with vowel points, and you do not find such manuscripts before about the 15th century.
On the basis of the one photo...


Directions to Orthodoxy - Ancient Bible Written in Syriac Found in Cyprus

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A manuscript specialist at the University of Cambridge library, J.F. Coakley, suggested that the discovered Bible could have been written later than the 15th century.
"The Syriac writing seems to be in the East Syriac script with vowel points, and you do not find such manuscripts before about the 15th century," Coakley said to Reuters. "On the basis of the one photo...if I'm not mistaken some words at least seem to be in modern Syriac, a language that was not written down until the mid-19th century," he added.


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