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LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 2003

BISHOP JULIUS YESHU‘ IS AWARDED THE ARAM PRIZE 2003.

 

 

 

 

The Association of the Academic Arameans awarded its Aram Prize of the 2003 to Bishop Julius Yeshu from the St. Ephrem Monastery in Holland.

Bishop Julius has deserved the Aram prize for his great work in the field of the Syriac language. He has written with his beautiful handwriting a couple of hundred Syriac books and published them in his publishing house.

Through his great cultural achievements Julius Yeshu‘ has renewed our cultural heritage by making our old books available for the modern readers of Syriac, both Syrologists and Syriacs. He has also enriched the Syriac library with hundreds of beautiful manuscripts which he wrote.

The Association of the Academic Arameans.

Stockholm 12th December 2003.

The winners of the Aram Prize through the last years:

1-Symposium Syriacum, 1992, Cambridge.

2-The poet Kurrien Kanyaparampil, 1993, Kerala/India.

3-The poet G. Danho M. Elias, 1994, Brazil.

4-The konference of the Syriac Heritage, 1995, Beirut/Lebanon

5-The poet P.K. Varghese, 1996, Kerala/India.

6-The authors: Barsaum Iyub och Abrohom Nuro, 1997, Aleppo/Syria.

7-The poet Emanuel Thelly, 1998, Kerala/India.

8-The author Albert Abouna, 1999, Baghdad/Iraq.

9-The author Yuhanon Qashisho, 2000, Södertälje/Sweden.

10- The translator Yuhanon Seven Qermez, 2002, Södertälje/Sweden.

11- The poet Eugin Paulus Barsaum, 2002, RI/USA.

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