Works by Pahlitzsch, Johannes, 1963‒  as author | 12
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Athanasios II, a greek of orthodox patriarch of Jerusalem (c. 1231-1244)

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1996? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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The Concern for spiritual Salvation and Memoria in Islamic public Endowments in Jerusalem (XII-XVI c.) as compared to the Concepts of Christendom

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2001? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Georgians and Greeks in Jerusalem (1099-1310)

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1996? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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The Greek Orthodox Communities of Nicaea and Ephesus under Turkish Rule in the Fourteenth Century

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2013 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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The Mamluks and Cyprus : transcultural relations between muslim and christian rulers in the Eastern Mediterranean in the fifteenth century

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2012? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Mediators between East and West: Christians under Mamluk rule

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2005 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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The Melkites and their law : between autonomy and assimilation

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2016 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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The Melkites in Fatimid Egypt and Syria (1021–1171)

This paper examines the history of the Chalcedonian Melkites in the Fatimid state in the period after the reign of the caliph al-Ḥākim, i.e., from 1021 until the end of the Fatimid caliphate in 1171. For the eleventh century the focus will be on Palestine (before its conquest by the Crusaders). Although the evidence is very fragmentary, the attempt will be made to provide some insights on the deve... more

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2015 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Networks of Greek Orthodox monks and clerics

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2014 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Östliches Christentum in Geschichte und Gegenwart - Perspektiven und Hindernisse der Forschung

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2011 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Some remarks on the use of Garšūnī and other allographic writing systems by the Melkites

The aim of this paper is to address the question to what extent and for what reasons the Melkites, especially of Southern Syria and Egypt, resorted to allographic writing systems, of which garšūnī, the writing of Arabic with Syriac letters, was only one mode. Indeed, various languages such as Greek, Arabic, Syriac and Christian Palestinian Aramaic (CPA) coexisted in the Melkite community, which is... more

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2019 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Sultan Baybars I and the Georgians - in the light of new documents related to the monastery of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem

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2004 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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