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konsultacje - wyjątki

zgłoszone przez pracowników wyjątki w zwykłych terminach konsultacji:

ks. I. Celary: środa 9.10. od 12.00 do 13.00

ks. J. Myszor: konsultacje odwołane

ks. W. Surmiak: środa 9.10 w godz. 12.00-13.00

ks. R. Dappa: w piątek (11.10) w godz. 9.30-10.15

M. Kozubek: 14.12., godz. 15:30-17:00 (zamiast 10.12.)

zajęcia dydaktyczne - zmiany/wyjątki

zgłoszone przez pracowników zmiany/wyjątki w zwykłych terminach zajęć dydaktycznych: brak zgłoszeń

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Le Muséon
  • Plato in Syriac Literature poj©peeters-leuven.be

    No Syriac translation of any genuine Platonic work has become known thus far, though the name of the Greek philosopher, a number of ideas associated with it, and texts that bear it in the title became an integral part of Syriac literature. All three phenomena, however, should be seen as a product of the specific period of time, the early Christian era and Late Antiquity. We are thus faced with a Syriac image of Plato based on wisdom literature, with Platonism characteristic of the monastic ascetic tradition, and with the texts representing these influences.

  • From Epic to Parable poj©peeters-leuven.be

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  • The Inscription at Tamrut Castle poj©peeters-leuven.be

  • Armenians in the Negev poj©peeters-leuven.be

  • Georgier und Armenier im Heeresdienst der Mongolen poj©peeters-leuven.be

    The Kingdom of Georgia and the Armenian Principalities under Georgian rule were conquered by the Mongols from 1236 until 1243. Henceforth the subjugated kingdom and their Armenian vassals had to reinforce the Mongol army. In this service they joined in the conquest of Bagdad and in the campaigns against the Mamluks, they were also involved in the struggles between the rival Mongol states. According to their own historiographers, the Armenian-Georgian troops displayed great bravery. Therefore the Mongols engaged them always as vanguard of their battle-array. Some modern historians doubt that this was a position of honour. They argument that the Mongols engaged Georgians and Armenians as cannon-fodder. They were driven against the enemy lines with the Mongols on their neck, having in view to sacrifice their auxiliaries and to reduce the casualties of their own troops. But this point of view is too critical. There are some indications, that the Khans estimated the military capacities of their Christian vassals and there were as inner as outer political and demographic reasons and even motives of military technology that the Ilkhanids needed the reinforcements of the Georgian Kingdom. The Georgian and Armenian horsemen armed like the crusaders and the foot troops of Cilician Armenia helped the Mongols to face the superior Mamluk cavalry.

  • Christian Literature in Arabic in the Early Islamic Period (8th-10th c.) poj©peeters-leuven.be

    This article focuses on the rise of Christian literature in Arabic (8th-10th c.) in Palestino-Sinaitic area occurring alongside the spread of Islam in the same region and at the same time. It emphasizes the fundamentally multicultural mechanism of the emergence of Christian Arabic literature. Indeed, the Palestino-Sinaitic monasteries Mar Saba and St. Catherine of Sinai were the multicultural centres where Greek, Arabic, Syriac, and Georgian speaking scholar-monks cohabited. A burgeoning literary activity developed there creating a favourable context for the circulation and exchange of texts and ideas. The aforementioned literary collaborations were an important source, heavily influencing the birth of Christian literature in Arabic, nourishing it by its literary connections. This article discusses therefore the specific translation channels formed within this collaborative context and explores their content and character.

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  • Comptes rendus poj©peeters-leuven.be

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