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  • Däbrä Gännät Kidanä Mehrät monastery

    10 Ethiopia St
    West Jerusalem
    Jerusalem, 95149

    This monastery posseses some 162 manuscrits.

    Littmann, Enno
    1902 : « Aus den absseinischen Klöstern in Jerusalem », Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und verwandte Gebiete, Leipzig, 16, p. 102-124, 363-388.1

    This draft of catalogue including 286 manuscripts and printed books that are in the possession of Ethiopian convents in Jerusalem, incomplete according to the text of the author, were developed following a stay of a month in Jerusalem in 1900 in the context of the Princeton Expedition in Syria. Littmann copied a list of acquisitions from the Ethiopian librarian that was responsible, so it seems, of the resources of the three Ethiopian institutions (the patriarchate and the two monasteries).

    Aescoly, J.
    1934 : « La colonie éthiopienne à Jérusalem : inventaire des manuscrits éthiopiens de cette colonie », Aethiopica, 2, pp. 44-49 et 88-95

    List of 469 manuscripts on parchment, 109 manuscripts on paper and 137 printed books.

    Isaac, Ephraïm
    1984 « Shelf list of Ethiopian manuscripts in the Ethiopian patriarchate of Jerusalem », Rassegna di Studi Etiopici, vol. 30-31, pp. 54-80.

    Inventory of 569 manuscripts of the patriarche, as well as even if not indicated in the title 33 manuscripts from Dar es Seltan and 162 manuscripts of Däbrä Gännät.

    Anaïs WION, 13 November 2015
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  • Jewish National and University Library

    Manuscripts collection
    Edmond Safra campus, Givat Ram
    Jerusalem
    P.O.B 39105
    Jerusalem 91390

    27 manuscripts. Uncatalogued. Most of them are religious texts in Ge’ez.

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  • Dar as-Sultan monastery

    This monastery, located on the roof of Helena’s chapel, would posses 33 manuscripts.

    Littmann, Enno
    1902 : « Aus den absseinischen Klöstern in Jerusalem », Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und verwandte Gebiete, Leipzig, 16, p. 102-124, 363-388.1

    This draft of catalogue including 286 manuscripts and printed books that are in the possession of Ethiopian convents in Jerusalem, incomplete according to the text of the author, were developed following a stay of a month in Jerusalem in 1900 in the context of the Princeton Expedition in Syria. Littmann copied a list of acquisitions from the Ethiopian librarian that was responsible, so it seems, of the resources of the three Ethiopian institutions (the patriarchate and the two monasteries). Littmann also briefly mentions in this article the tension between Coptic and Ethiopian monasteries in Dar es Seltan. He then publishes a note entitled Tarik zä-Dér Seltan and translates it to German. According to this note, the monastery would have been founded by Queen Helen at the spot of the Cross, for Ethiopians. The text mentions a fire in 1820 during which most of the manuscripts would have been burned. The Ethiopian sovereigns Yohannes IV and then Menelik played a central role in restoring the monastery.

    Aescoly, J.
    1934 : « La colonie éthiopienne à Jérusalem : inventaire des manuscrits éthiopiens de cette colonie », Aethiopica, II, 1934, pp. 44-49 et 88-95

    List of 469 manuscripts on parchment, 109 manuscripts on paper and 137 printed books.

    Isaac, Ephraïm
    1984 « Shelf list of Ethiopian manuscripts in the Ethiopian patriarchate of Jerusalem », Rassegna di Studi Etiopici, vol. 30-31, pp. 54-80.

    Inventory of 569 manuscripts of the patriarche, as well as even if not indicated in the title 33 manuscripts from Dar es Seltan and 162 manuscripts of Däbrä Gännät.

    Anaïs WION, 13 November 2015
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  • Armenian patriarcate of Jerusalem

    P.O.Box 14235 Jerusalem
    Tel: +972 (0)2-6282331

    The library of the patriarcate keeps 11 Ethiopian manuscripts as well as a few folios used as guard-leaf inside Armenian manuscripts. All of these items seem prior to the 16th century.

    Isaac, Ephraïm
    1976 « Catalogue of Ethiopic mss. in the Manuscript Library of the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem », Le Muséon, 89, pp. 179-94.

    Clark, Kenneth
    1951 « Microfilming manuscripts at Jerusalem and Mont Sinaï », Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 123, pp. 17-24.

    This article describes the microfilming process done in 1949-50 in the monastery in Sinaï as well as in Jerusalem, at the Armenian and Greek patriarchates.

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  • Greek Orthodox Patriarchate in jerusalem

    P.O. BOX 1620
    Jerusalem, Israel 91016

    19 Ethiopian manuscripts, 2 copies of the New testament of Täsfä Ṣeyon and 8 bifolia.

    Littmann, Enno
    1900 « Die äthiopische Handschriften im griechischen Kloster zu Jerusalem », Zeitchrift für Assyriologie und verwandte Gebiete, Leipzig, 15, pp. 133-161.

    Clark, Kenneth
    1951 «Microfilming manuscripts at Jerusalem and Mont Sinaï », Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 123, pp. 17-24.

    This article describes the microfilming process done in 1949-50 in the monastery in Sinaï as well as in Jerusalem, at the Armenian and Greek patriarchates.

    Anaïs WION, 13 November 2015
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  • Ethiopian Archbishop Residence

    Old City
    Ethiopian Monastery Street, near the 8 [1] Station of the Via Dolorosa

    This house where is today housed the Ethiopian Orthodox Church Administration, alos designated as Patriarchate, would have 569 manuscripts.
    29 have been microfilmed and are described by the Hill Monastic Microfilms Library (HMML), using the Oliver search engine (Jerusalem / Ethiopian Archbishopric).

    Littmann, Enno
    1902 : « Aus den absseinischen Klöstern in Jerusalem », Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und verwandte Gebiete, Leipzig, 16, p. 102-124, 363-388.1

    This draft of catalogue including 286 manuscripts and printed books that are in the possession of Ethiopian convents in Jerusalem, incomplete according to the text of the author, were developed following a stay of a month in Jerusalem in 1900 in the context of the Princeton Expedition in Syria. Littmann copied a list of acquisitions from the Ethiopian librarian that was responsible, so it seems, of the resources of the three Ethiopian institutions (the patriarchate and the two monasteries).

    Aescoly, J.
    1934 : « La colonie éthiopienne à Jérusalem : inventaire des manuscrits éthiopiens de cette colonie », Aethiopica, 2, pp. 44-49 et 88-95

    List of 469 manuscripts on parchment, 109 manuscripts on paper and 137 printed books.

    Isaac, Ephraïm
    1984 « Shelf list of Ethiopian manuscripts in the Ethiopian patriarchate of Jerusalem », Rassegna di Studi Etiopici, vol. 30-31, pp. 54-80.

    Inventory of 569 manuscripts of the patriarchate.

    Anaïs WION, 13 November 2015
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