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, copied with a beautiful Arabic script, a century and a half after the time of its author, the lexicographer Fayruzabadi (1329–1414).
The oldest manuscript, dated to 1231 CE, contains acetic writings drawn from the early Coptic fathers.
Prior to the invasion of the monastery, these manuscripts were digitized by the indefatigable Iraqi Dominican Father Nageeb Michaeel, who founded the (CNMO), aiming at digitizing all manuscripts in Iraq.
The CNMO works in partnership with the Hill Museum & Manuscripts Library, presided by Fr.
The octagonal martyrion of Mār-Behnam built during the 6 century to commemorate this Christian man martyred at the hands of Zoroastrian Sassanians was dynamited, along with its lapidary art and Syriac, Armenian, Arabic, and Uighur inscriptions.
In the nearby monastery which was renovated during the 13 century with the best late Abbasside art, all Christian symbols, along with human and animal sculptures, were defaced.
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