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Watt, John 2013. The Syriac Aristotle between Alexandria and Baghdad. Journal for Late Antique Religion and Culture 7 , pp. 26-50. 10.18573/j.2013.10316

Lössl, Josef and Watt, John William, eds. 2011. Interpreting the Bible and Aristotle in late antiquity: The Alexandrian commentary tradition between Rome and Bagdhad. Farnham: Ashgate.

Watt, John 2010. Commentary and translation in Syriac Aristotelian scholarship: Sergius to Baghdad. Journal for Late Antique Religion and Culture 4 , pp. 28-42. 10.18573/j.2010.10302

Watt, John William 2005. The strategy of the Baghdad philosophers. The Aristotelian tradition as a common motif in Christian and Islamic thought. In: Ginkel, Jan J. van, Murre-van den Berg, Hendrika Lena and Lint, Theo Maarten van eds. Redefining Christian Identity: Cultural Interaction in the Middle East Since the Rise of Islam, Peeters, pp. 151-165.

Watt, John William, Isaac, Daniel, Faultless, Julian and Shihadeh, Ayman 2005. Aristotelian rhetoric in Syriac. Barhebraeus, Butyrum Sapientiae, book of rhetoric. Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus, vol. 18. Leiden: Brill.

Watt, John William 2004. Syriac Translators and Greek Philosophy in Early Abbasid Iraq. Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies 4 , pp. 15-26.

Watt, John William 2004. Syriac and Syrians as Mediators of Greek Political Thought to Islam. Melanges de l'Universite Saint-Joseph 57 , pp. 121-149.

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