Ḥayq Esṭifānos Monastery - HMML Repository

Ḥayq Esṭifānos Monastery

The monastery of Ḥayq Esṭifānos, closely associated with St. Iyasus Mo'a, its first abbot, is located on an island in Lake Ḥayq in Wallo Province. Out of the approximately 200 manuscripts belonging to its venerable library, the EMML microfilmed nearly 150 codices dating from the 13th to 20th c.


  • Collection

  • Country

    Ethiopia
  • City

    Wallo Province
  • Repository

    Ḥayq Esṭifānos Monastery
  • Project Codes

    EMML
  • Project Numbers

    EMML 1762-1768, 1823-1827, 1830-1844, 1929-1931, 1933-1937, 1939-1960, 1963, 2044-2047, 2049-2083, 2085-2096, 2789-2790, 2793, 2795-2799, 2801, 2803, 2806, 2808-2810, 2812-2823, 2962, 2966-2967, 2972-2973, 2977-2979, 2984, 2994, 7234, 7251, 7302, 7311
  • Type

    Digital, Microform
  • Microfilm Reels

    149
  • Date Preserved

    1975-1976, 1980
  • HMML Reading Room (first record)

  • Languages

    Ge'ez; Amharic
  • Bibliography

    See below
  • Reading Room Collections

  • Uncataloged Collections


Bibliography

Getatchew Haile and William F. Macomber, A Catalogue of Ethiopian Manuscripts Microfilmed for the Ethiopian Manuscript Microfilm Library, Addis Ababa, and for the Hill Monastic Manuscript Library, Collegeville. Vol. V: Project Numbers 1501-2000 (Collegeville, 1981).

Getatchew Haile and William F. Macomber, A Catalogue of Ethiopian Manuscripts Microfilmed for the Ethiopian Manuscript Microfilm Library, Addis Ababa, and for the Hill Monastic Manuscript Library, Collegeville. Vol. VI: Project Numbers 2001-2500 (Collegeville, 1982).

Getatchew Haile and William F. Macomber, A Catalogue of Ethiopian Manuscripts Microfilmed for the Ethiopian Manuscript Microfilm Library, Addis Ababa, and for the Hill Monastic Manuscript Library, Collegeville. Vol. VII: Project Numbers 2501-3000 (Collegeville, 1983).

Sergew Hable-Selassie, "The Monastic Library of Däbrä Hayq," in Orbis Aethiopicus: studia in honorem Stanislaus Chojnacki natali septuagesimo quinto dicata, septuagesimo septimo oblata, ed. Piotr O. Scholz (2 vols.; Albstadt: Schuler, 1992), I.243-258.