Bar Hebraeus (Bar Ebroyo)  (Syriac)

{1040-1286}

[CE 1:152-3]; wiki

Syriac:

  1. P. Bedjan, Gregorii Barhebræi Chronicon Syriacum, emendatum adnotationibusque locupletatum. Paris 1890

English:  

  1. Wallis Budge (trans.), The Chronography of Gregory Abu'l Faraj ... Commonly Known as Bar Hebraeus, 2 vols (London, 1932). [•pdf]

Gregory the Priest (Armenian) 

{1136-1162} (continuator of Matthew of Edessa)

[CE 2:547-8]

Armenian: 

  1. La Chronique de Matthieu d'Edessa (962-1136)RHC Documents Armeniens 1:151-203 (Armenian with French Trans.)

English: (See Matthew of Edessa below)

  1. Ara Edmond Dostourian (trans.), Armenia and the Crusades, Tenth to Twelfth Centuries: The Chronicle of Matthew of Edessa, (Lanham: University Press of America, 1993) p 241-280 [•pdf]
  • Online NA

Ibn al-Muqaffa’ (Severus/Sawirus) (Arabic +Coptic)

{←1046-1300→}

wiki

History of the Patriarchs of Alexandria (an ancient multigenerational history of the Egyptian Christian Coptic Church)

Arabic: (multi-volume series), with English Translation

  1. Abd al-Masih, Yassa; O. H. E. Burmester; Aziz S. Atiya; Antoine Khater, eds. (1943–1970). History of the Patriarchs of the Egyptian Church, Known as the History of the Holy Church of Sawirus ibn al-Mukaffa', Bishop of al-Asmunin. Textes et Documents. vol II. Cairo. (Arabic text with English translations and notes)
  2. Antoine Khater and O. H. E. Khs-Burmester, History of the Patriarchs of the Egyptian Church, vol. 3, trans.   (Cairo: La Societe d'archeologie Copt, 1968).  (Arabic text with English translations and notes)
  3. Khater, Antoine; O. H. E. KHS-Burmester, eds. (1974). History of the Patriarchs of the Egyptian Church, Known as the History of the Holy Church. Textes et Documents. vol IV.1-2. Cairo.  (Arabic text with English translations and notes)

English: 

  1. Arabic edition above, with parallel English translation.
  2. English Translation only online:

Matthew of Edessa, (Armenian)

{951-1163} 

[CE 3:806-807] 

Armenian:

  1. La Chronique de Matthieu d'Edessa (962-1136)RHC Documents Armeniens 1:1-150 (Armenian with French Trans.)

English:

  1. Ara Edmond Dostourian (trans.), Armenia and the Crusades, Tenth to Twelfth Centuries: The Chronicle of Matthew of Edessa, (Lanham: University Press of America, 1993) [•pdf]
  • Book 1 {951-1051}
  • Book 2 {1051-1191}
  • Book 3 {1101-1134}
  • Book 4 {1135-1162} → Gregory the Priest (continuator)

Michael the Syrian (Syriac)

{1088-1195}

[CE 4:1136-1137]; wiki

Syriac: 

  1. Chabot, J. B.  (tr. and ed.), Chronique de Michel le Syrien, patriarche jocobite d’Antioche (1166-1199), vol. 4, Texte syriaque (Paris, 1910)

     2. Gorgias Press facsimile edition 

French:

  1. J. B. Chabot (tr. and ed.), Chronique de Michel le Syrien, patriarche jocobite d’Antioche (1166-1199), 4 vols. (Paris, 1899-1910)
  • Online: vol. 3 covering the period of the crusades {1088-1195}] [•pdf]

English:

  1. Moosa, Matti  (trans.), The Syriac Chronicle of Michael Rabo (Beth Antioch Press, 2014)
  2. Bedrosian, R. (trans.) The Chronicle of Michael the Great. (English translation of the Armenian abridgment of the original Syriac Chronicle)

Syriac Chronicle (Anonymous) (Syriac) 

{1098-1234}

[CE 4:1136-1137; SCSC 206]

Syriac: 

  1. Anonymi auctoris chronicon ad. A.C. 1234 pertinens, tr. Albert Abouna and J. M. Fiey, Corpus scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium, 354 (Louvain,1974). [•pdf]

English:  

  1. A. Tritton and H. A. R. Gibb (ed. and tr.), “The First and Second Crusades in an Anonymous Syriac Chronicle” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 92 (1933): 69-102, 273-306 [•pdf]