History of the Patriarchs of Alexandria

  title={History of the Patriarchs of Alexandria},
  author={Johannes den Heijer},
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Responsibilities of the Church Steward in the Light of The Canons of Pseudo-Athanasius

The office of a steward was known in Egypt back in the time of the Pharaohs. It appears that in the East, this function first emerged in the structures of the Egyptian Church. The Canons of

The Last Revolt of Bashmūr (831 a.d.) in Coptic and Syriac Historiography

  • Myriam Wissa
  • History
    Migration Histories of the Medieval Afroeurasian Transition Zone
  • 2020
In 831 A.D., parts of the Muslim and Coptic population in Egypt undertook a major uprising against Abbasid domination and against an oppressive caliphal tax regime in the provinces. The rebellion was

Medieval Sunni historians on Fatimid policy and non-Muslim influence

ABSTRACT Modern historians routinely cast the Fatimid era in Egypt and Syria as a time when flourishing non-Muslim communities enjoyed an unusual degree of influence in the state. To complement the

5. “There Is No Crime for Those Who Have Christ”

  • M. Gaddis
  • History
    There Is No Crime for Those Who Have Christ
  • 2019
Preface and Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations Introduction 1. "What Has the Emperor to Do with the Church?" Persecution and Martyrdom from Diocletian to Constantine 2. "The God of the Martyrs

The decline of the Melkite Church in Islamic Egypt and its revival by Patriarch

This study focuses on the relations of the Melkites and Copts, two rival religious communities in early Muslim Egypt, at a critical turning point, i.e. the time of the patriarch of Alexandria Cosmas

Reconstructing the Origins of the Coptic Church Through its Liturgy

Reconstructing the Origins of the Coptic Church through its Liturgy" Emile R. Tadros McMaster Divinity College Hamilton, Ontario Master of Arts (Christian Studies), 2015 This thesis is an initial

Coptic Language and Identity in Ayyūbid Egypt1

Abstract In the late Fāṭimid and Ayyūbid periods of Egyptian history, Coptic Christians finally addressed the reality that most of their community no longer understood the Coptic language but were,

The Knights Hospitaller in the Levant, c.1070-1309

List of Abbreviations Explication and Acknowledgements Prologue PART I: INCEPTION Origins, c.1070-1160 Militarization, 1126-1182 Reaching Maturity, 1177-1206 The Order and the Politics of the Latin

Mary between Bible and Qur'an: Soundings into the Transmission and Reception History of the Protoevangelium of James on the Basis of Selected Literary Sources in Coptic and Copto-Arabic and of Art-Historical Evidence Pertaining to Egypt

Abstract Taking up the question of the permeability of boundaries between early Eastern Christian and Islamic communities and their literatures, this article studies the Coptic and Copto-Arabic