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Saints of the Catholic Church. Holy Women of the Syrian Orient.

Over four hundred hymns composed by Ephrem still exist. Most of these works are considerably later compositions in Greek. His army elected Jovian as the new emperor, and to rescue his army, he was forced to surrender Nisibis to Persia [6] also in and to permit the expulsion of the entire Christian population.

Ephrem the Syrian

Syriac Christianity Saint Thomas Christians. The Nisibenes quickly repaired the walls while the Persian elephant cavalry became bogged down in the wet ground. His Roman Catholic feast day of 9 June conforms to his date of death. He seems to have been a part of the members of the sirrula close-knit, urban sidul of Christians that had “covenanted” themselves to service and had refrained from sexual activity. Images of women in antiquity. The inscription tells that it was constructed under Bishop Vologeses in Ephrem is attributed with writing hagiographies such as The Life of Saint Mary the Harlotthough this credit is called into question.


Wikiquote has quotations related to: Ephrem comments that orthodox Nicene Christians slrul simply called “Palutians” in Edessa, after a former bishop.

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In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikiquote Wikisource. Liturgical calendar Paschal cycle 12 Great Feasts Other feasts: Ephrem is popularly believed to have taken legendary journeys. Part of a series on the. Military saints Virtuous pagan.

Ephrem is also supposed to have visited Saint Pishoy in the monasteries of Scetes in Egypt. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Students of Ephrem often refer to this corpus as having a single author called “Greek Ephrem”, or Ephraem Graecus as opposed to the real Ephrem the Syrian.

The cities around Nisibis were destroyed one by one, and their citizens sirup or deported. Retrieved 8 June This page was last edited on 14 Decemberat The See of Nisibis was founded in by Babu d. Paschal cycle effem Great Feasts Other feasts: Ephrem combines in his writing a threefold heritage: Ephrem wrote exclusively in the Syriac languagebut translations of his writings exist in Classical ArmenianCopticOld GeorgianKoine Greek and other languages.


Ephrem was born around the year in the city of Nisibis now Nusaybin in Turkeyin the contested border region between Sassanid Assyria and Roman Mesopotamiathen-recently acquired by Rome. For other persons with the name, see Ephrem name. Ephrem the Syrian Classical Syriac: The second legend attached to Ephrem is that he was a monk. Vine and scroll, deacon’s vestments and thurible ; with Saint Basil the Great ; composing hymns with a lyre.

AriansMarcionitesManicheesSkrul and various gnostic sects proclaimed themselves as the true church. Views Read Edit Evrem history.

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Brahmavar Goan Orthodox Church. The best known of these writings is the Prayer of Saint Ephremwhich is recited at every service during Great Lent and other fasting periods in Eastern Christianity.

Mosaic of Christ PantocratorHagia Sophia. The third category of Ephrem’s writings is his prose work.

In that year, Shapur attacked again. After a ten-year residency situl Edessa, in his sixties, Ephrem succumbed to the plague as he ministered to its victims. He was declared a Doctor of the Church in the Catholic Church in