Selasa, 26 Juli 2011

Kanjeng Ratu Moksa 14 - Dormition of Mary - Assumptio Beatae Mariae Virginis in Coelum - 圣母蒙召升天

Kanjeng Ratu Moksa 14 - Dormition of Mary - Assumptio Beatae Mariae Virginis in Coelum - 圣母蒙召升天


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Apochrypha about the "Dormition of Mary"
The various surviving texts of what is known as the "Dormitio Mariae" cycle are based on an original document from the Judeo-Christian tradition composed towards the second century in the Mother Church of Jerusalem for the liturgical annual commemoration at the tomb of the Virgin

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                Bishop of Jerusalem and Doctor of the Church,
                born about 315; died probably 18 March, 386.
                Born at Damascus, about 676; died some time
                between 754 and 787.


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Early Traditions of the Virgin Mary's Dormition (Dormitio Mariae)


 

The Six Books Apocryphon (4th cent.) (pdf - ca. 2 MB)

(Ps.-)John the Theologian, The Dormition of the Holy Theotokos

(Ps.-)Melito of Sardis, The Passing of Blessed Mary

(Ps.-)Joseph of Arimathea, The Passing of the Blessed Virgin Mary

(Ps.-)Cyril of Jerusalem, Homily on the Dormition

(Ps.-)Evodius of Rome, Homily on the Dormition

Theodosius of Alexandria, Homily on the Dormition

John of Damascus, Homilies on the Dormition of the Virgin




The Six Books Apocryphon (4th cent.) (pdf - ca. 2 MB)

William Wright, "The Departure of my Lady Mary from this World," The Journal of Sacred Literature and Biblical Record, 6 (1865): 417–48 and 7 (1865): 108–60. See also Agnes Smith Lewis, ed., Apocrypha Syriaca, Studia Sinaitica, XI (London: C. J. Clay and Sons, 1902).

 
William Wright (17 January 1830 – 22 May 1889) was a famous British Orientalist, and Professor of Arabic in the University of Cambridge. Many of his works on Syriac literature are still in print and of considerable scholarly value, especially the catalogues of the holdings of theBritish Library and Cambridge University Library. A Grammar of The Arabic Language, often simply known as Wright's Grammar, continues to be a popular book with students of Arabic.[1] Wright is also remembered for the Short history of Syriac literature.





Ancient Traditions of the Virgin Mary's Dormition and Assumption

Stephen J. Shoemaker, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, University of Oregon
478 pages | 6 figures | 216x138mm
978-0-19-921074-9 | Paperback | 19 October 2006





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