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Department of Near East Languages and Civilizations


Church of England


Church of the East Inc


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www.zindamagazine.com

On March 7 a Mishael and Lillie Naby Lecture entitled "Syriac from Script to Print: 1539-1954" will be presented by Dr. J.F. Coakley of the Department of Near East Languages and Civilizations.
This program will be followed by a "Chai-Kadeh" reception organized by the Bet-Nahrain Assyrian Association (see CALENDAR OF EVENTS). An Illustrated Lecture by Dr. J.F. Coakley


www.ana-ashur.com [cached]

The French official contacted the council-Friar in Van requesting French protection from Kurds for Nimrod's followers and monetary assistance. (Coakley, p. 257)Among them was Mar Esho'-Yab, the bishop of Duri region. (Coakley, p. 259)This was Nimrod revenge on the patriarchal family for not choosing a member of his immediate family as patriarch.J.F. Coakley, The Church of the East and the Church of England.Oxford 1992.K. Petrovitch Matviev, Al-Ashuriyyoun Wal Mas'ala L'Ashuriyya Fil Asr L'Hadith (The Assyrians and the Assyrian Question in Modern Era), Arabic Ed.From the original Russian, 1989.


www.zindamagazine.com [cached]

On March 7 a Mishael and Lillie Naby Lecture entitled "Syriac from Script to Print: 1539-1954" will be presented by Dr. J.F. Coakley of the Department of Near East Languages and Civilizations.This program will be followed by a "Chai-Kadeh" reception organized by the Bet-Nahrain Assyrian Association (see CALENDAR OF EVENTS).An Illustrated Lecture by Dr. J.F. Coakley


www.nineveh.org [cached]

The French official contacted the council-Friar in Van requesting French protection from Kurds for Nimrod's followers and monetary assistance. (Coakley, p. 257) Among them was Mar Esho'-Yab, the bishop of Duri region. (Coakley, p. 259) J.F. Coakley, The Church of the East and the Church of England.Oxford 1992.K. Petrovitch Matviev, Al-Ashuriyyoun Wal Mas'ala L'Ashuriyya Fil Asr L'Hadith (The Assyrians and the Assyrian Question in Modern Era), Arabic Ed.From the original Russian, 1989.


marshaleeta.4t.com [cached]

Bibliography: J.F. Coakley - The Church of the East and the Church of England.Publisher: Oxford University Press,Incorporated Pub.Date: July 1992.


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