Thank you for your answer,
I am not saying that the Syriac version of the anaphora of Saint John Chrysostom is monophysitian, the words over the chalice are just trunked:
Likewise, He took the cup, He blessed + +, He sanctified + and gave His disciples, saying: Take, drink of it all of you for the remission of debts, the forgiveness of sins and for everlasting life
As you can see, the word blood does not appear. Compare it to the Greek-orthodox version:
Likewise, after supper, He took the cup, saying:
Drink of it all of you; this is my Blood of the new Covenant[/b]which is shed for you and for many for the forgiveness of sins.
I am not concerned of the question of monophysitian heresy here. I am speaking of the fact that after the schism of Calcedon the Syriac had real inflation of anaphoras. For instance, there is an anaphora of Saint Xystus of Rome. But Saint Xystus surely never wrote such an anaphora. There is no similar text in the West.
So I say, that the Roum-Orthodox Patriarchy kept the true liturgy in all the details, including the ceremonies for Holy Orders. I am sure that the Jacobite devellopped a new rite for the consecration of a patriarch and the old one is the Greek form. And this is the text I am looking for, but the very old one, for a candidate who is just a priest.