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    • Church of al-Mu‘allaqah

    • Churches; Coptic language; Copts; Manuscripts; Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint; Arabic language; Cairo (Egypt); Roman Empire; Muslims; Historians; Baptism; Ethiopia; Ethiopian Orthodox Church; Archaeology; Persecution; Patriarchs and patriarchate;...
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    • 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
    • Painting, Coptic Mural

    • Painting; Coptic Art; Coptic Art, Copts; Coptic Church; Churches; Romans; Roman Empire; Tombs; Monasteries; Iconography; Pharaohs; Hellenism; Greeks; Christianity; Archaeology; Architecture; Kellia Site (Egypt); Pliny, The Elder; Byzantine Empire;...
    • Rassart-Debergh, Marguerite
    • Christian Subjects in Coptic Art

    • Art; Arab Conquest of Egypt; Angels; Baptism; Bible; Byzantine Art; Christology; Churches; Cities and towns; Coptic Art; Coptic Art, Copts; Coptic Church; Disciples of Christ; Apostles; Saints; Sculpture; Painting; Paganism; Prayers; Portraits;...
    • Du Bourguet, Pierre S.J.; Rassart-Debergh, Marguerite; Rutschowskaya, Marie-Helene; Van Moorsel, Paul; Meinardus, Otto; Payer, Dorothy Shepherd
    • Dayr Al-Suryan

    • Architecture; Archaeology; History; Monasteries; Monks; Scetis; Manuscripts; Syriac language; Arab Conquest of Egypt; Theology; Christology; Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint; Copts; Monophysites; Politics; Syria; Patriarchs and patriarchate; Bible;...
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    • Woodwork, Coptic

    • Wood; Art; Coptic Art; Coptic Art, Copts; Archaeology; Architecture; Sculpture; Painting; Egypt; Pharaohs; Ptolemaic dynasty, 305-30 B.C.; Byzantine Empire; Byzantine Art; Arab Conquest of Egypt; Arabs; Muslims; Islam; Islamic Art; Politics;...
    • Rutschowskaya, Marie-Helene
    • Pulcheria

    • Women; Virginity; Roman Empire; Emperors; Council of Ephesus (431); Nestorius, Patriarch of Constantinople, fl. 428; Cyril, of Alexandria, Saint, ca. 370-444; Eutyches, ca. 375-ca. 454; Christology; Council of Chalcedon (451); Monophysites;...
    • Frend, W.H.C.
    • Language(s), Coptic

    • Coptic language; Coptic language - Akhmimic dialect; Coptic language - Bohairic dialect; Coptic language - Dialects; Coptic language - Dialects; Coptic language - Sahidic dialect; Coptic language – Sahidic dialect – Texts; Coptic literature;...
    • Kasser, Rodolophe
    • Qasr Ibrim

    • Cities and towns; Nubia; Temples; Paganism; Pharaohs; Meroitic language; Meroe (Extinct city); Meroe (Extinct city)--Civilization; Coptic language; Greek language; Latin language; Arabic language; Ethiopia; Ptolemaic dynasty, 305-30 B.C.; Military;...
    • Adams, William Y.
    • Yuhanna

    • Bishops; Law and society; Coptic Church; Administration; Patriarchs and patriarchate; Monks; Coptic studies; Coptic language - Bohairic dialect; Historians; Martyrs
    • Frederick, Vincent
    • Vocabulary, Copto-Greek

    • Vocabulary; Coptic language; Greek language; Coptic language - Akhmimic dialect; Coptic language - Bohairic dialect; Coptic language - Dialects; Coptic language - Fayyumic dialect; Coptic language - Sahidic dialect; Coptic literature; Coptic...
    • Kasser, Rodolophe
    • Ceramics, Coptic

    • Copts; Coptology; Coptic studies; Coptic language; Coptic Church; Coptic Art; Coptic Art, Copts; Roman Empire; Romans; Nubia; Pharaohs; Byzantine Art; Byzantine Empire; Syria; Persian Empire; Islam; Muslims; Arab Conquest of Egypt; Arabs;...
    • Ballet, Pascale
    • Palladius

    • Palladius, Bishop of Aspuna, d. ca. 430; Monasteries; Monks; Egypt; Authors; Rufinus, of Aquileia, 345-410; Alexandria (Egypt); Didymus, the Blind, ca. 313-ca. 398; Wādī al-Naṭrūn (Egypt); Anthony, of Egypt, Saint, ca. 250-355 or 6; Saints;...
    • Guillaumont, Antoine
    • Murqus Simaykah

    • Copts; Coptology; Coptic studies; Cairo (Egypt); Politics; Education; Egyptian Education; Egyptology; Ruins; Coptic Church; Scholars; History; Historians; Coptic language; Coptic Art; Art; Churches; Patriarchs and patriarchate; Manuscripts; Arabic...
    • Boutros Ghali, Mirrit

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