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Bar Daiçan
Bar-Daiṣān
Bar-Daisan, of Edessa
Bar Daisan Syrus
Bar Daysan
Baradaeus, Jacobus
Barchasanes Syrus
Bardai san
Bardaiṣān
Bardaisan (Astrologe)
Bardaiṣān (of Edessa)
Bardaisan (von Edessa)
Bardajsan
Bardayṣān
Bardēsān
Bardesane
Bardesane di Edessa
Bardesanes
Bardesanes Babylonius
Bardesanes (Edessenus)
Bardesanes (Gnosticus)
Bardesanes (Gnostiker)
Bardesanes (Historicus)
Bardesanes (Syrer)
Bardesanes (Syrus)
Bardesanes (Theologe)
Bardesanes (von Edessa)
Bardīṣan
Dai can, Bar
Daiçan, Bar
Daiṣān, Bar-
Edessa, Bardaiṣan of
برديصان
ܒܰܪ ܕܰܝܨܳܢ
Dates: 
0154-0222
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
Creation role: 
author
Related names: 
Cureton, William (1808-1864)
Drijvers, H. J. W.
Levi Della Vida, Giorgio (1886-1967))
Mara bar Serapion
Melito, Sardianus (2e eeuw)
Nau, François (1864-1931)
Nau, François (1864-1931))
Nau, François Nicolas (1864-1931)
Orelli, Johann Konrad von (1770-1826)
Plotinus, 203 (204-270)
Ramelli, Ilaria (1973-....))
Titles: 
Antonius Rhetor on versification
Bardesane l'Astrologue
Bardesanes Gnosticus Syrorum Primus Hymnologus : Commentationis hist.-theol..
Bardesanes von Edessa über Indien : ein früher syrischer Theologe schreibt über ein fremdes Land
book of the laws of countries, The : dialogue on fate of Bardaiṣan of Edessa
Contre le destin
Contro il fato : detto anche Liber legum regionum
Démonstration, XXIII
dialogo delle leggi dei paesi, Il
DOC, 1994 :
East of Antioch, 1984:
fato quae supersunt graece, De
Fragmentum insigne ex dialogo de fato, adversus Abidam astrologum. -
Historia Jacobitarum. -
hymn of Bardaisan rendered into Eng., The
hymn of the robe of glory, The
Ketava de-namusa de-atraṿata.
Ktābā d-nāmúse d-atrawātā
Liber legum regionum, cuiis textum Syriacum vocalium signis instruxit, Latine vertit F. Nau, annotationibus locupletavit Th. Nöldeke.
livre des lois des pays, Le
Réʿyōnō dBardīṣān w Aḥūdméh rō ʿal barnōšō
Sharāʾiʻ al-buldān
Spicilegium Syriacum : containing remains of Bardesan, Meliton, Ambrose and Mara bar Serapion
vision de l'homme chez deux philosophiques syriaques Bardesane (154-222), Ahoudemmeh (VIème siècle), La
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