For the author see Graf, Geschichte der christlichen arabischen Literatur, III, 134. On Euthymius Ṣayfī see Graf, III, 179. Fair 18th century naskhī, in red and black. Islamic binding, in black. No. 4 of 5 titles bound together. Purchased from the Wellcome-Kraus collection in 1949.
Polemical correspondence with an English merchant named Sherman (?), in 1734. Followed by two letters by Silvester, patriarch of Antioch to an English merchant, 1733 (leaf 12 recto) and 1732 (leaf 13 recto), and an edict of the synod (majmaʻ) of Constantinople against Euthymius Ṣayfī, bishop of Tyre and Sidon, 1718 (leaf 18 verso).
Christian literature Islamic binding.
Euthymius Ṣayfī,--Bishop of Tyre and Sidon Sherman Silvester, Patriarch of Antioch, d. 1766
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Arabic MSS 349
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