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Some observations on Christian burial practices at Kellis

  title={Some observations on Christian burial practices at Kellis},
  author={G. Bowen},
  • G. Bowen
  • Published 2003
  • History
  • In 1997 I was invited by Anthony Mills to publish the archaeology of the Kellis 2 cemetery as an adjunct to my work on early Christianity in Egypt. Since that time further Christian burials have been discovered at Kellis other than in this cemetery. The primary aim of this paper is to publish preliminary observations on the burial practices adopted by the Christian community at Kellis in light of what is known of such practices in Egypt. The graves in Kellis 2 are being excavated by… CONTINUE READING
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