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Eastern Christian Art 4

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    Eastern Christian Art 4 has appeared The fourth issue of the journal Eastern Christian Art in its Late Antique and Islamic Contexts has just appeared. In
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      Eastern Christian Art 4 has appeared

      The fourth issue of the journal Eastern Christian Art in its Late Antique and Islamic Contexts has just appeared. In addition to a number of contributions on various subjects, it contains a special section on Deir Mar Musa al-Habashi, a formerly Syriac Orthodox monastery in Nebk, Syria. This section offers an official publication of the wall paintings and inscriptions, updating Dr Erica Cruikshank Dodd's standard work The Frescoes of Mar Musa al-Habashi: A Study in Medieval Painting in Syria (Toronto, 2001).

      The journal is published in full colour by Peeters in Leuven, Belgium (http://www.peeters-leuven.be). It is also available on-line, from http://poj.peeters-leuven.be/content.php?url=journal&journal_code=ECA. Copies can be inspected at the Peeters booths at the Cairo and Granada conferences this month.

      A full listing of the contents follows under this message. ECA 5 has just arrived at proofreading stage and should appear in time.

      With best wishes,
      Bas Romeny

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      Contents

      London, British Library, MS Egerton 1900 (1465)
      The German Translation of the Libro d'Oltramare (1346-1350)
      HEYLEN, Ghislaine 

      The Monastery of Our Lady of Saydnaya and Its Icon
      IMMERZEEL, Mat 

      A Newly Discovered Wall Painting in the Church of Mar Giworgis in Qaraqosh, Iraq
      SNELDERS, Bas 

      Aksumite Architecture and Church Building in the Ethiopian Highlands
      TROMP, Jan 

      Perennial Hellenism!
      László Török and the al-Mu'allaqa Lintel (Coptic Museum inv. no. 753)
      VAN DER VLIET, Jacques 

      Multi-Cultural Aspects of Pottery
      A Christian Bowl found in Mamluk Egypt in its Cultural Context
      VORDERSTRASSE, Tasha 

      The Wall Paintings and Inscriptions of Deir Mar Musa al-Habashi

      Introduction
      TER HAAR ROMENY, Bas, DEN HEIJER, Johannes, IMMERZEEL, Mat, WESTPHALEN, Stephan 

      Deir Mar Musa
      Die Mahlschichten 1-3
      WESTPHALEN, Stephan 

      Some Remarks about the Name of the Monastery and an Enigmatic Scene
      IMMERZEEL, Mat 

      Deir Mar Musa
      The Inscriptions
      TER HAAR ROMENY, Bas, DEN HEIJER, Johannes, IMMERZEEL, Mat, WESTPHALEN, Stephan 

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