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Сиро-палестинская мелькитская традиция: история обретения и утраты культурного своеобразия

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A cultural tradition of Syro-Palestinian Melkites displayed its identity in history of Eastern Christianity by forming its own specific script and creating a number of texts in Christian Palestinian — the language of Palestinian Arameans who were partisans of Byzantium in the Middle East. The corpus of the texts is actually attracting the attention of many scholars in the world. The tradition has not however survived, but disappeared in Arabic Christianity. The article suggests an analysis of these historical changes.