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Title: Corpus Dionysiacum Arabicum
Subtitle: Étude, édition critique et traduction des Noms divins IV, § 1-9. Partie II
Author(s): BONMARIAGE, Cécile , MOUREAU, Sébastien
Journal: Le Muséon
Volume: 124 Issue: 3-4 Date: 2011
This article provides a critical edition and an annotated French translation of the Arabic version of Pseudo-Dionysius’ Divine Names, chapter 4 (§1-9). This text is part of the translation into Arabic of the Corpus Dionysiacum completed in 1009 by Ibn Saḥqūq of Emesa. A description of the two manuscripts where the text is preserved (Sinai ar. 268 and Sinai ar. 314) and a presentation of the principles of edition, are followed by the edition with facing Greek text and annotated French translation. This article continues our Corpus Dionysiacum Arabicum: étude, édition critique et traduction des Noms Divins IV, §1-9, Partie I (Le Muséon 124, pp. 181-227), where one finds an analysis of the language of the translation and of Ibn Saḥqūq translation practice, a Greek-Arabic lexicon and an Arabic-Greek lexicon.