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    • Acacian Schism

    • Roman Catholic Church; Rome; Istanbul (Turkey); Schism, Acacian, 484-519; Alexandria (Egypt); Timothy Aelurus, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 477; Theology; Politics; Patriarchs and patriarchate; Coptic Church; Copts; Roman Empire; Excommunication
    • Frend, W.H.C.
    • Alexandria in Late Antiquity

    • Cities and towns; Alexandria; Theology; Roman Empire; Byzantine Empire; Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373.; Ptolemaic dynasty, 305-30 B.C.; Greeks; Greek language; Geography; Diocletian, Emperor of Rome, 245-313; Architecture;...
    • Heinen, Heinz
    • Anastasius

    • Patriarchs and patriarchate; Popes - Election; Priests; Bishops; Sāwīrus ibn al-Muqaffa, Bishop of el-Ashmunein, fl. 955-987; Byzantine Empire
    • Atiya, Aziz Suryal, 1898-1988
    • Arab Conquest of Egypt

    • Arabs; Byzantine Empire; Cairo (Egypt); Fatimid dynasty; Umayyad dynasty; Arabic language; Authors; Historians; Ethiopic language; Coptic language; Greek language; Alexandria (Egypt); al-Hakim; Istanbul (Turkey); Justinian I, Emperor of the East,...
    • Fraser, P.M.
    • Cyril I, Saint

    • Patriarchs and patriarchate; Popes - Election; Scholars; Theology; Christology; Liturgies; Neoplatonism; Philosophy; Jews; John Chrysostom, Saint, d. 407; Nestorius, Patriarch of Constantinople, fl. 428; Council of Ephesus (431); Rome (Italy);...
    • Atiya, Aziz Suryal, 1898-1988
    • Diaconia

    • Greek language; Hellenism; Coptic language; Copts; Monks; Monasteries; Papyri; Bible. N.T.; Arabic language; Coptic Church; Foods; Architecture; Pachomian monasticism; Law and society
    • Wipszycha, Ewa
    • Education, Coptic

    • Christianity; Catechetical School of Alexandria; Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260- ca. 340; Clement, of Alexandria, Saint, ca. 150-ca. 215; Origen; Didymus, the Blind, ca. 313-ca. 398; Copts; Economy and society; History;...
    • Nasim, Sulayman
    • Egypt, Roman and Byzantine Rule In

    • Roman Empire; Byzantine Empire; Emperors--Byzantine Empire; Alexandria (Egypt); Provinces of the Roman Empire; Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373.; Anthony, of Egypt, Saint, ca. 250-355 or 6; Pachomius, Saint; Shenute, ca. 348-466;...
    • Heinen, Heinz
    • Ethiopian Liturgy

    • Ethiopian Orthodox Church; Ethiopic language; Coptic Church; Coptic language; Liturgies; Bishops; Patriarchs and patriarchate; Prayers; Rites and ceremonies--Egypt; Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint; Baptism; Basil, the Great, saint, Bishop of Caesarea,...
    • Macomber, William
    • Ethiopian Monasticism

    • Asceticism; Coptic Church; Ethiopian Orthodox Church; Ethiopia; Ethiopic language; Coptic language; Anthony, of Egypt, Saint, ca. 250-355 or 6; Pachomius, Saint; Pachomian monasticism; Syria; Monasteries; Monks; Bishops; History; Tradition; Prayers
    • Haile, Getatchew
    • Feasts, Major

    • Coptic Feasts; Coptic Church; Copts; Angels; Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint; Synaxarion; Christianity; John, the Baptist, Saint; Saints; Bible. N.T.; Bible. O.T.; Christology; Theology; Origen; Armenians; Clement, of Alexandria, Saint, ca. 150-ca....
    • Basilios, Archbishop; Gregorios, Bishop
    • Filioque

    • Nicene Creed; Eastern Orthodox Church; Roman Catholic Church; Arianism; Rome (Italy); Greek language; Greeks; Latin language; Byzantine Empire; Theology; Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo; Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373.;...
    • Dunn, Marilyn
    • Haile Selassie I

    • Ethiopia; Ethiopian Orthodox Church; Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia, 1892-1975; Politics; Copts; Coptic Church; Patriarchs and patriarchate; Alexandria (Egypt); Jerusalem; Tombs; Mark, Saint; Schools; Scholars; Education; Bishops; World War...
    • Tafla, Bairu
    • Hegumenos

    • Priests; Greek language; Titles of honor and nobility; Coptic language; Monks; Monks-Titles; Churches; Historia monachorum in Aegypto; Pachomius, Saint; Abbots; Arabic language
    • Wipszycha, Ewa

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