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Sabrisho IV

Sabrishoʿ IV bar Qayyoma was Patriarch of the Church of the East from 1222 to 1224.

Contents

  • Sources 1
  • Sabrisho's patriarchate 2
  • See also 3
  • Notes 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Sources

Brief accounts of Sabrishoʿ's patriarchate are given in the Ecclesiastical Chronicle of the Jacobite writer Bar Hebraeus (floruit 1280) and in the ecclesiastical histories of the fourteenth-century Nestorian writers ʿAmr and Sliba.

Sabrisho's patriarchate

The following account of Sabrishoʿ's patriarchate is given by Bar Hebraeus:

Yahballaha II was succeeded by Sabrishoʿ, his nephew by his brother, also as a result of the gold which he conveyed to the governor by the hand of the celebrated Amin al-Dawla Abu'lkarim, son of Thomas, namely 7,000 dinars. He died on the second Sunday of the month, on the eighth day of the sixth month of the year 622 of the Arabs (AD 1225/6), and was buried next to his uncle. He was succeeded by Sabrishoʿ bar Masihi.[1]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Bar Hebraeus, Ecclesiastical Chronicle (ed. Abeloos and Lamy), ii. 372

References

  • Abbeloos, J. B., and Lamy, T. J., Bar Hebraeus, Chronicon Ecclesiasticum (3 vols, Paris, 1877)
  • Assemani, J. A., De Catholicis seu Patriarchis Chaldaeorum et Nestorianorum (Rome, 1775)
  • Brooks, E. W., Eliae Metropolitae Nisibeni Opus Chronologicum (Rome, 1910)
  • Gismondi, H., Maris, Amri, et Salibae: De Patriarchis Nestorianorum Commentaria I: Amri et Salibae Textus (Rome, 1896)
  • Gismondi, H., Maris, Amri, et Salibae: De Patriarchis Nestorianorum Commentaria II: Maris textus arabicus et versio Latina (Rome, 1899)

External links

Preceded by
Yahballaha II
(1190–1222)
Catholicus-Patriarch of the East
(1222–1224)
Succeeded by
Sabrishoʿ V
(1226–1256)
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