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    • Eucharist

    • Bible. N.T.; Bible. O.T.; Blessing; Eucharist; Priests; Prayers; Liturgies; Sacraments; Christianity; Christology; Coptic Church; Theology; Rites and ceremonies--Egypt; Baptism; Jews; Paganism; Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint; Angels; Greek language;...
    • Basilios, Archbishop
    • Dayr Anba Bishoi (Suhaj)

    • Monasteries; History; Shenute, ca. 348-466; Coptic language - Sahidic dialect; Synaxarion; Arabic language; Hermits; Churches; Archaeology; Monks; Historians; Manuscripts; Authors; Architecture
    • Coquin, René-Georges; Martin, Maurice; Severin, Hans Georg; Grossman, Peter
    • Copts in Late Medieval Egypt

    • Copts; Coptic studies; Coptic Church; Christianity; Christian converts; Muslims; Muslim converts from Christianity; Islam; Politics; Society and Education; Soldiers; Society and Church; Arabic language; Arabs; Arab Conquest of Egypt; Mamluks; Cairo...
    • Petry, Carl F.
    • Personal Status Law

    • Egypt; Law and society; Copts; Muslims; Marriage; Arab Conquest of Egypt; Dhimmis; Ottoman Empire; Crimean War, 1853-1856; World War I; Society and Church; Administration; History; Islam; Apostles; Bible. N.T.; Patriarchs and patriarchate;...
    • Ghattas, Iskandar
    • Forty-Nine Martyrs of Scetis

    • Martyrs; Scetis; Synaxarion; Liturgies; Saints; Patriarchs and patriarchate; Berbers; Theodosius II, Emperor of Rome, 401-450; Monks; Heresy; Letters; Persecution; Angels; Theodosius I, Emperor of Rome, 347-395; Arab Conquest of Egypt; Churches;...
    • Basilios, Archbishop
    • Kellia

    • Archaeology; History; Historians; Churches; Christianity; Copts; Kellia Site (Egypt); Monasteries; Monks; Wādī al-Naṭrūn (Egypt); Coptology; Scetis; Libya; Apophthegmata Patrum; Anthony, of Egypt, Saint, ca. 250-355 or 6; Hermits; Liturgies;...
    • Guillaumont, Antoine; Coquin, René-Georges; Weidmann, Denis; Grossman, Peter; Partyka, Jan Stanislaw; Rassart-Debergh, Marguerite
    • Dialects, Morphology of Coptic

    • Coptic language; Coptic language - Dialects; Morphology; Coptic language - Akhmimic dialect; Coptic language - Bohairic dialect; Coptic language - Fayyumic dialect; Coptic language - Sahidic dialect; Coptic literature; Phonology; Migration and...
    • Funk, Wolf-Peter
    • Mythological Subjects in Coptic Art

    • Art; Coptic Art; Coptic Art, Copts; Coptic Church; Copts; Coptic studies; Coptology; Egyptology; Mythology; Roman Empire; Pharaohs; Iconography; Christianity; Islam; Islamic Art; Muslims; Paganism; God, Egyptian; Goddesses, Egyptian; Gods,...
    • Del Francia, Loretta; Du Bourguet, Pierre S.J.; Neyret, Clémence; Rutschowskaya, Marie-Helene; Boncenne, Catherine; Benazeth, Dominique; Thompson, Deborah; Lewis, Suzanne
    • Pempton

    • Alexandria (Egypt); Monasteries; Monks; Cities and towns; Bishops; Asceticism; Nestorians; Justinian I, Emperor of the East, 483?-565; Theodora, Empress, consort of Justinian I, Emperor of the East, d. 548.
    • Gascou, Jean
    • Guardian Angel

    • Angels; Saints; Satan; Demons; Bible. O.T.; Bible. N.T.; Greeks; Theology; Simon Peter, the Apostle, Saint; Clement, of Alexandria, Saint, ca. 150-ca. 215; Churches; Coptic Church; Liturgies
    • Basilios, Archbishop
    • Muhammad 'Ali Dynasty

    • Egypt; Generals; Muhammad, Ali; Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821; Ottoman Empire; Crimean War, 1853-1856; Patriarchs and patriarchate; United States; Missionaries; Conversion; Conversion - Christianity; Coptic Church; Muslims
    • Hamed, Ra'uf 'Abbas
    • Altar

    • Hebrew language; Theology; Greeks; Jews; Romans; Latin language; Architecture; Temples; Sacraments; Priests; Prayers; Paganism; Coptic Church; Copts; Greek language; Fatimid dynasty; Dayr al-Suryān; Arabic language
    • Grossman, Peter
    • Literature, Coptic

    • Literature; Coptic language; Coptic literature; Copyists; Council of Chalcedon (451); Gnosticism; Gnostic literature; Anthony, of Egypt, Saint, ca. 250-355 or 6; Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373.; Nag Hammadi library; Pachomius,...
    • Orlandi, Tito

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