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    • Paganism and Christianity in Egypt

    • Roman Empire; Romans; Greeks; Hellenism; Goddesses, Egyptian; Gods, Egyptian; Isis (Egyptian deity); Horus (Egyptian deity); Temples; Paganism; Pharaohs; Hieroglyphics; Theology; Priests; Luxor (Egypt); Fayyūm (Egypt); Ptolemaic dynasty, 305-30...
    • Kákosy, L.
    • Manichaeism

    • Heresy; Coptic language; Greek language; Latin language; Syriac language; Arabic language; Persian language; Persians; Persian Empire; Persecution; Roman Empire; Gnosticism; Gnostic literature; Platonism; Dualism (Religion); Zoroastrians; Jesus...
    • Böhlig, Alexander
    • Music, Coptic

    • Hymns; Liturgies; Prayers; Music; Coptic Church; Coptic Feasts; Coptic language; Coptic studies; Copts; Arabic language; Arab Conquest of Egypt; Greek language; Eucharist; History; History of the Patriarchs; Priests; Deacons; Athanasius, Saint,...
    • Robertson, Marian; Moftah, Ragheb; Roy, Martha; Toth, Margit
    • Salamah Musa

    • Authors; Science; Socialism; Society and Church; Politics; Polemics; Copts; Coptic Church; Cities and towns; Education; Egyptian Education; France; Russian language; Journalism; Secularism; Philosophy; Philosophers; Platonism; Art; Arabic language;...
    • Hilal Disuqi, Ali El-Din
    • Gnosticism

    • Gnosticism; Gnostic literature; Scholars; Jews; Paganism; Philosophy; Valentinus, 2nd cent; Basilides; Christianity; Coptic language; Greek language; Coptic language - Sahidic dialect; Coptic language – Sahidic dialect – Texts; Luxor (Egypt); Mary...
    • Quispel, Gilles
    • Celsus

    • Philosophy; Philosophers; Platonism; Origen; Syria; Syrians; Bible. N.T.; Bible. O.T.; Apocrypha and pseudepigrapha texts; Gnosticism; Marcion, of Sinope, 2nd cent.; Heresy; Jews; Civil service; Magic; Theology; Polemics; Paganism; Christology
    • Frend, W.H.C.
    • Jirji Al-Sim‘ani

    • Melchite Church; Monks; Antioch (Turkey); Monasteries; Muslims; Islam; Manuscripts; French language; English language; Coptic Church; Cairo (Egypt); Greek Orthodox Church; Christian converts; Copyists; Polemics; Theology; Miracles; Apostles; Bible;...
    • Samir, Khalil
    • Saturday

    • Calendar; Hymns; Prayers; Psalms; Liturgies; Music; Incense burners and containers; Jesus Christ; Tombs; Coptic Feasts; Churches; Fasting; Foods; Ethiopia; Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint; Saints; Apostles; Bible. N.T.; Coptic Church; Sāwīrus ibn...
    • Ishaq, Emile Maher
    • Ethiopian Orthodox Church

    • Christianity; Ethiopia; Ethiopian Orthodox Church; Ethiopic language; Coptic Church; Bishops; History; Kings & queens; Islam; Administration; Churches; Monasteries; Education; Literature; Liturgies; Art; Architecture
    • Tafla, Bairu
    • Origen

    • Origen; History; Historians; Historia monachorum in Aegypto; Scholars; Catechetical School of Alexandria; Gnosticism; Gnostic literature; Christianity; Copts; Egypt; Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373.; Alexandria (Egypt); Martyrs;...
    • Hanson, R. P. C.; Samir, Khalil; Atiya, Aziz Suryal, 1898-1988
    • 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
    • Theonas

    • Patriarchs and patriarchate; Popes - Election; Catechetical School of Alexandria; Persecution; Diocletian, Emperor of Rome, 245-313; Martyrs; Society and Church; Paganism; Conversion - Christianity
    • Atiya, Aziz Suryal
    • Fatimids and the Copts

    • Copts; Coptic Church; Fatimid dynasty; Politics; Law and society; al-Hakim; Persecution; Islam; Saladin, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193; Jews; Judaism; Christianity; Conversion - Christianity; Christian converts; Muslim converts from...
    • Ferré, André
    • Julian the Apostate

    • Paganism; Constantine I, Emperor of Rome, d. 337; Constantius II, Emperor of Rome, 317-361; Basil, the Great, saint, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 329- 379; Gregory of Nazianzus, Saint; Pachomius, Saint; History of the Patriarchs; Nubia;
    • Frend, W.H.C.
    • Basilides

    • Alexandria (Egypt); Authors; Clement, of Alexandria, Saint, ca. 150-ca. 215; Gnosticism; Literature; Neoplatonism; Philo, of Alexandria; Philosophers; Philosophy; Platonism; Origen
    • Frend, W.H.C.

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