'Amr ibn al-'As; Arab Conquest of Egypt; Arabs; Asceticism; Alexandria; Cairo (Egypt); Byzantine Empire; Coptic Church; Heraclius, Emperor of the East, ca. 575-641; History; Chalcedonian Church; Melchite Church; Orthodoxy
Abbots; Asceticism; Coptic language - Bohairic dialect; Coptic language - Sahidic dialect; Literature; Manuscripts; Monks; Monasteries; Shenute, ca. 348-466; The White Monastery; Titles of honor and nobility
Alexandria (Egypt); Monasteries; History of the Patriarchs; Patriarchs and patriarchate; Persian Empire; Copyists; Arabic language; Synaxarion; Manuscripts; Scholars; Chalcedonian Church; Pachomian monasticism
Alexandria (Egypt); Patriarchs and patriarchate; Saints; Copts; Coptic Church; Archdeacons; Council of Ephesus (431); Christology; Byzantine Empire; Priests; Council of Nicaea (1st: 325); Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373.; Cyril,...