COPTO-ARABIC STUDIES BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • General References (Referred to Below in Abbreviated Fashion)
  • Atiya, Aziz Suryal, ed. The Coptic Encyclopedia, 8 vols. : Macmillan, 1991. A standard tool in English. (CE)
  • Gibb, H. A. R. et al., eds. The Encyclopaedia of Islam, new ed., 11 vols. Leiden: Brill, 1954-. Some articles are of importance to Copto-Arabic studies. (EI)
  • Graf, Georg. Geschichte der christlichen arabischen Literatur. 5 vols. Studi eTesti 118, 133, 146, 147, 172. Vatican City: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1944-1953.
  • Still the fundamental tool for the study of Arabic Christian literature. Graf was consulted for every article. (GCAL)
  • Wadi, Abullif. “Introduzione alla letteratura arabo-cristiana dei .” Studia Orientalia Christiana Collectanea 29-30 (1996-1997): 441-492 [in Arabic].
  • An introduction that the author of these articles found a very helpful starting point for his own work. (“Introduzione”)
  • Frequently Cited Surveys (of Canon Law, History, Lexicography, Grammar)
  • Coln, Franz Joseph. “The Nomocanonical Literature of the Copto-Arabic Church of Alexandria.” Ecclesiastical Review 56 (1917): 113-41. (“Nomo- canonical Literature”)
  • Den Heijer, Johannes. “Coptic Historiography in the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Early Mamluk Periods.” Medieval Encounters 2 (1996): 67-98. (“Coptic Historiography”)
  • Sidarus, Adel Y. “Coptic Lexicography in the Middle Ages: The Coptic Arabic Scalae.” In The Future of Coptic Studies, ed. R. McL. Wilson, 125-42. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1978. (“Coptic Lexicography”)
  • —– . “Medieval Coptic Grammars in Arabic: The Coptic muqaddimat.” Journal of Coptic Studies 3 (2001): 63-79. (“Medieval Coptic Grammars”)
  • ‘Abd al-Masih al-Isra’ili Graf. GCAL, vol. 2: 319-20.
  • Samir, Khalil. “‘Abd al-Masih al-Isra’ili al-Raqqi.” In CE, vol. 1, 5-7.
  • ———. “Mansur ibn Sahlan ibn Muqashshir.” In CE, vol. 5, 1524-25. Wadi. “Introduzione,” 480 (#17).
  • Abu al-Majd ibn Yu’annis Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 449-50.
  • Masri, Pierre. “Les anciens explications arabes du Credo.” al-Mashriq 74 (2000): 453-85, esp. 474-79.
  • Samir, Khalil. “Abu al-Majd ibn Yu’annis.” In CE, vol. 1, 21-23.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 480 (#17).
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 458 (#66).
  • Abu Salih Yu’annis Coln. “Nomocanonical Literature,” 116-19. Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 320-21.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 479 (#21).
  • al-As‘ad ibn al-‘Assal
  • Atiya, Aziz S. “As‘ad Abu al-Faraj Hibat Allah ibn al-‘Assal.” In CE, vol. 1, 282-83.
  • Bailey, Kenneth E. “Hibat Allah ibn al-‘Assal and His Arabic Thirteenth Century Critical Edition of the Gospels (with special attention to Luke 16:16 and 17:10).” NEST Theological Review 1 (1978): 11-26.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 403-7.
  • Samir, Samir Khalil. “La version arabe des evangiles d’al-As‘ad Ibn al-Assal.” Parole de l’Orient 19 (1994): 441-551.
  • Sidarus, Adel Y. “Medieval Coptic Grammars,” 68-69.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 466-465 (#49). “Introduzione,” is published “back to front.”
  • Wadi, Abullif. Studio su . Studia Orientalia Christiana Monographiae, 5, 89-96. Cairo: Franciscan Centre of Christian Oriental Studies; Jerusalem: Franciscan Printing Press, 1997.
  • —– . “La traduction des Quatres Evangiles d’al-As‘ad Ibn al-‘Assal (XIIIe s.).” Studia Orientalia Christiana Collectanea 24 (1991): 217-24.
  • Athanasius, Bishop of Qus
  • Bauer, Gertrud. Athanasius von Qus: Qiladat al-Tahrir fi ‘Ilm al-Tafsir; eine koptische Grammatik in arabischer Sprache aus dem 13./14. Jahrhundert. Islamkundliche Untersuchungen, 17. Freiburg/Br.: K. Schwarz, 1972.
  • Frederick, Vincent. “Athanasius, bishop of Qus.” In CE, vol. 1, 303-4.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 445.
  • Sidarus, Adel. “Athanasius von Qus und die arabisch-koptische Sprachwissenschaft des Mittelalters.” Bibliotheca Orientalis 34 (1977): 22a-35b.
  • ———. “Medieval Coptic Grammars,” 70-74.
  • —– . “La tradition sahidique de philologie greco-copto-arabe (manuscrits des XIIIe-XVe siecles). In Etudes Coptes VII: neuvieme Journee d’etudes, Montpellier, juin 1999, ed. N. Bosson, 265-304. Cahiers de la Bibliotheque Copte, 12. Louvain: E. Peeters, 2000.
  • Vycichl, Werner. “Muqaddimah.” In CE, vol. 8, 166-69.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 459 (#63).
  • Awlad al-‘Assal
  • Note: See also the individual articles for al-As‘ad, al-Safi, and al-Mu’taman. Atiya, Aziz S. “Awlad al-‘Assal.” In CE, vol. 1, 309-11.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 387-414.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 466-463 (#48-52). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.”
  • Wadi, A. Studio su al-Mu’taman Ibn al-‘Assal. Studia Orientalia Christiana Monographiae, 5. Cairo: Franciscan Centre of Christian Oriental Studies, 1997.
  • Bulus al-Bushi
  • Atiya, Aziz S. “Bulus al-Bushi.” In CE, vol. 2, 423-24.
  • Davis, Stephen J. Coptic Christology in Practice: Incarnation and Divine Participation in Late Antique and Medieval Egypt. : University Press, 2008.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 356-60.
  • Samir, Khalil, ed. Traite de Paul de Bus, sur l’Unite et la Trinite, l’Incarnation, et la verite du christianisme. Patrimoine Arabe Chretien, 4. Zouk Mikhael, Lebanon: Patrimoine Arabe Chretien, 1983.
  • Sellew, Philip. “A Blessing for Reading the Apocalypse in the Paschal Liturgy.” In Coptic Studies on the Threshold of a New Millennium: Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Coptic Studies, Leiden, 27 August-2 September 2000, vol. 1, ed. Mat Immerzeel and Jacques van der Vliet. Louvain: E. Peeters, 2004.
  • Skalova, Zuzana, and Stephen Davis. “A Medieval Icon with Scenes from the Life of Christ and the Virgin in the Church of Abu Seifein, Cairo: An Interdisciplinary Approach.” Bulletin de la Societe d’Archeologie Copte 39 (2000): 211-38.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 470-69 (#41). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.”
  • al-Sadamanti
  • Atiya, Aziz S. “Butrus al-Sidmanti.” In CE, vol. 2, 431-32.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 351-56.
  • Van den Akker. Butrus al-Sadamanti: Introduction sur l’Hermeneutique. Recherches ILOB, Nouvelle Serie, B. Orient Chretien, 1. Beirut: Dar el-Machreq, 1972.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione.” 471-470 (#39). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.”
  • Butrus Sawirus al-Jamil, Bishop of Malij
  • Frederic, Vincent. “Butrus Sawirus al-Jamil.” In CE, vol. 2, 431.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 340-44.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 473 (#35).
  • Christodoulos
  • Atiya, Aziz Suryal, Yassa ‘Abd al-Masih, and O. H. E. Burmester. History of the Patriarchs of the Egyptian Church, Known as the History of the Holy Church by Sawirus ibn al-Mukaffa‘, vol. 2, part 3, Christodoulos-Michael (A.D. 1046-1102). Cairo: Societe d’Archeologie Copte, 1959.
  • Burmester, O. H. E. “The Canons of Christodoulos, Patriarch of Alexandria (A.D. 1047-1077).” Le Museon 45 (1932): 51-84.
  • Den Heijer, Johannes. “Le patriarcat copte d’Alexandrie a l’epoque fatimide.” In Alexandrie medievale 2, ed. Christian Decobert, 83-97. Etudes alexandrines, 8. Cairo: Institut Frangais d’Archeologie Orientale, 2002.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 321.
  • Labib, Subhi Y. “Christodoulos.” In CE, vol. 2, 544-47.
  • Wadi, “Introduzione,” 479-78 (#22). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.”
  • The Confession of the Fathers
  • Davis, Stephen J. Coptic Christology in Practice: Incarnation and Divine Participation in Late Antique and Medieval Egypt. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 321-23.
  • Graf, Georg. “Zwei dogmatische Florilegien der Kopten.” 3 (1937): 345-402.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 478 (#24).
  • Copto-Arabic Literature: Apocalyptic
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 1, 273-97.
  • Grypeou, Emmanouela. “‘The Visions of of Atripe’: An Analysis in the History of Traditions of Apocalyptic Motifs.” In Christian Crossroads: Essays on the Medieval Christian Legacy, ed. Juan Pedro Monferrer-Sala, 157-67. Gorgias Eastern Christianity Studies, 1. Piscataway, N.J.: Gorgias Press, 2007.
  • Hoyland, Robert G. Seeing Islam as Others Saw It: A Survey and Evaluation of Christian, Jewish and Zoroastrian Writings on Early Islam, 278-94. Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam, 13. Princeton, N.J.: Darwin Press, 1997.
  • Papaconstantinou, Arietta. “‘They Shall Speak the Arabic Language and Take Pride in It’: Reconsidering the Fate of Coptic after the Arab Conquest.” Le Museon, 120 (2007) 273-299.
  • Van Lent, Jos. “Coptic Apocalyptic Prophecies from the Islamic Period.” PhD diss., Leiden University, forthcoming.
  • ———. “The Nineteen Muslim Kings in Coptic Apocalypses.” Parole de l’Orient 25 (2000): 643-93.
  • Copto-Arabic Literature: Catechetical Literature
  • Davis, Stephen J. Coptic Christology in Practice: Incarnation and Divine Participation in Late Antique and Medieval Egypt. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.
  • Swanson, Mark N. “A Copto-Arabic Catechism of the Later Fatimid Period: ‘Ten Questions That One of the Disciples Asked of His Master.’” Parole de l’Orient 22 (1997): 474-501.
  • ———. “The Specifically Egyptian Context of a Coptic Arabic Text: Chapter Nine of the Kitab al-Idah of Sawirus ibn al-Muqaffa‘.” Medieval Encounters 2 (1996): 214-27.
  • ———. “Telling (and Disputing) the Old, Old Story: A Soteriological Exchange in Late Twelfth-Century Egypt.” Coptica 5 (2006): 67-80.
  • ———. “‘These Three Words Will Suffice’: The ‘Jesus Prayer’ in Coptic Tradition.” Parole de l’Orient 25 (2000): 619-55.
  • ———. “Two Vatican Manuscripts of ‘The Book of the Master and the Disciple’ (Eight Chapters) of Mark ibn al-Qunbar.” Orientalia Christiana Periodica 66 (2000): 185-93.
  • Zanetti, Ugo. “Le livre de Marc Ibn Qanbar sur la confession retrouvee.” Orientalia Christiana Periodica 49 (1983): 426-33.
  • Copto-Arabic Literature: Hagiography
  • Armanios, Febe, and Bogac Ergene. “A Christian Martyr under Mamluk Justice: The Trials of Salib (d. 1512) According to Coptic and Muslim Sources.” Muslim World 96 (2006): 115-44.
  • Atiya, Aziz S. “Martyrs, Coptic.” In CE, vol. 5, 1550-59.
  • ———. “Saints, Coptic.” In CE, vol. 7, 2081-87.
  • Baumeister, Theolfried. “Martyrology.” In CE, vol. 5, 1549-50.
  • Crum, W. E. “Barsauma the Naked.” Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology 29 (1907): 135-49, 187-206.
  • Den Heijer, Johannes. “Apologetic Elements in Coptic-Arabic Historiography: The Life of Afraham ibn Zur‘ah, 62nd Patriarch of Alexandria.” In Christian Arabic Apologetics during the Abbasid Period (750-1258), ed. Samir Khalil Samir and J0rgen S. Nielsen, 192-202. Studies in the History of Religions (Numen Bookseries), 63. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1994.
  • Frankfurter, David, ed. Pilgrimage and Holy Space in Late Antique Egypt. Religions in the Graeco-Roman World, 134. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1998.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 1, 487-555, esp. 531-40.
  • Raineri, Osvaldo. Gli atti etiopici del martire egiziano Giorgio il Nuovo (+978). Studi e Testi, 392. Vatican City: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1999.
  • Swanson, Mark N. “‘Our Father Abba Mark’: Marqus al-Antuni and the Construction of Sainthood in Fourteenth-Century Egypt.” In Christian Crossroads: Essays on the Medieval Christian Legacy, ed. Juan Pedro Monferrer-Sala, 217-28. Gorgias Eastern Christianity Studies, 1. Piscataway, N.J.: Gorgias Press, 2007.
  • Voile, Brigitte. “Barsum le Nu: Un saint copte au Caire a l’epoque mamelouke.” In Saints Orientaux, ed. Denise Aigle, 151-68. Hagiographies medievales compares, 1. Paris: De Boccard, 1995.
  • Copto-Arabic Literature: Origins and Development
  • Rubenson, Samuel. “Translating the Tradition: Some Remarks on the Arabization of the Patristic Heritage in Egypt.” Medieval Encounters 2 (1996): 4-14.
  • Sidarus, Adel. “The Copto-Arabic Renaissance in the Middle Ages: Characteristics and Socio-Political Context.” Coptica 1 (2002): 141-60.
  • Swanson, Mark N. “Recent Developments in Copto-Arabic Studies, 1996-2000.” In Coptic Studies on the Threshold of a New Millennium: Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Coptic Studies, Leiden, 27 August-2 September 2000, vol. 1, ed. Mat Immerzeel and Jacques van der Vliet. E. Peeters: Luvain, 2004.
  • ———. “St. Shenoute in Seventeenth-Century Dress: Arabic Christian Preaching in Paris, B.N. . 4761.” Coptica 4 (2005): 27-42.
  • Cyril II
  • Atiya, Aziz Suryal, Yassa ‘Abd al-Masih, and O. H. E. Burmester. History of the Patriarchs of the Egyptian Church, Known as the History of the Holy Church by Sawirus ibn al-Mukaffa‘, vol. 2, part 3, Christodoulos-Michael (A.D. 1046-1102). Cairo: Societe d’Archeologie Copte, 1959.
  • Burmester, O. H. E. “The Canons of Cyril II, LXVII Patriarch of Alexandria.”
    Le Museon 49 (1936): 245-88.
  • Den Heijer, Johannes. “Considerations sur les communautes chretiennes en Egypte fatimide: l’Etat et l’Eglise sous le vizirat de Badr al-Jamali (1074-1094).” In L’Egypte fatimide, son art et son histoire, ed. Marianne Barrucand, 569-578. Paris: Presses de l’Universite de Paris-Sorbonne, 1999.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 323-24.
  • Labib, Subhi Y. “Cyril II.” In CE, vol. 3, 675-77.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 478 (#23).
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 360-67.
  • Khater, , and O. H. E. Burmester. History of the Patriarchs of the Egyptian Church, Known as the History of the Holy Church by Sawirus ibn al-Mukaffa‘, vol. 4, 1-2. Cairo: Societe d’Archeologie Copte, 1974.
  • Labib, Subhi Y. “Cyril III ibn Laqlaq.” In CE, vol. 3, 677.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 469-68 (#42). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.” Wadi, A. Studio su al-Mu’taman Ibn al-‘Assal, 42-65. Studia Orientalia Christiana Monographiae, 5. Cairo: Franciscan Centre of Christian Oriental Studie, 1997.
  • Farajallah al-Akhmimi
  • Coln. “Nomocanonical Literature,” 129-36.
  • Frederick, Vincent. “Farajallah al-Akhmimi.” In CE, vol. 4, 1089.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 427.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 460-59 (#62). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.”
  • Gabriel II ibn Turayk
  • Antonios Aziz Mina. Le Nomocanon du patriarche copte Gabriel II ibn Turayk (1131-1145), with an introduction by Khalil Samir. Patrimoine Arabe Chretien, 12-13. Beirut: CEDRAC, 1993.
  • Burmester, O. H. E. “The Canons of Gabriel Ibn Turaik, LXX Patriarch of Alexandria.” Le Museon 46 (1933): 43-54.
  • ———. “The Canons of Gabriel ibn Turaik, LXX Patriarch of Alexandria (First Series).” Orientalia Christiana Periodica 1 (1935): 5-45.
  • ———. “The Laws of Inheritance of Gabriel ibn Turaik.” Orientalia Christiana Periodica 1 (1935): 315-27.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 324-27.
  • Labib, Subhi Y. “Gabriel II.” In CE, vol. 4, 1127-29.
  • Samir Khalil. “Gabriel II, patriarche copte d’Alexandrie (1131-1145).” In Dictionnaire d’histoire et de geographie ecclesiastiques, ed. Alfred Baudrillart et al., vol. 19 (1981), 528-39. Paris: Letouzey et Ane, 1912-.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 477-76 (#27). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.”
  • Gabriel III
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 414.
  • MacCoull, Leslie S.B. “A Note on the Career of Gabriel III, Scribe and Patriarch of Alexandria.” Arabica 43 (1996): 357-60.
  • Samir, Khalil. Al-: Brefs chapitres dur la Trinite et l’Incarnation. Patrologia Orientalis 42.3 (no. 192). Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 1985. 624-31([12]-[19]).
  • Swanson, Mark N. “The Monastery of St. Paul in Historical Context.” In The Cave Church of Paul the Hermit at the Monastery of St. Paul in the Eastern Desert of Egypt, ed. William Lyster, chap. 2. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, forthcoming.
  • Gabriel V
  • ‘Abdallah, Alfonso. L’Ordinamento liturgico di Gabriele V—880 patriarca copto, 1409-1427. Cairo: Franciscan Centre for Oriental Christian Studies, 1962.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 456.
  • Samir, Khalil. “Gabriel V.” In CE, vol. 4, 1130-33.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 455 (#75).
  • The History of the Churches and Monasteries of Egypt
  • Atiya, Aziz S. “Abu al-Makarim.” In CE, vol. 1, 23.
  • Den Heijer, Johannes. “The Composition of the History of the Churches and Monasteries of Egypt: Some Preliminary Remarks.” In Acts of the Fifth International Congress of Coptic Studies, ed. D. W. Johnson and T. Orlandi, vol. 2, 209-19. Rome: C.I.M., 1993.
  • ———. “Coptic Historiography,” 77-81.
  • Evetts, Basil Thomas Alfred, ed. The Churches and Monasteries of Egypt and Some Neighbouring Countries Attributed to Abu Salih, the . Gorgias Reprint Series, 17. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1895. Reprint, Piscataway, N.J.: Gorgias Press, 2001.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 338-40.
  • Martin, Maurice. “La Delta chretien a la fin du XIIe siecle.” Orientalia Christiana Periodica 63 (1997): 181-99.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 474 (#33).
  • The History of the Patriarchs
  • Atiya, Aziz Suryal, Yassa ‘Abd al-Masih, and O. H. E. Burmester, eds. History of the Patriarchs of the Egyptian Church, Known as the History of the Holy Church by Sawirus ibn al-Mukaffa‘, vol. 2, 1-3. Cairo: Societe d’Archeologie Copte, 1943-1959.
  • Den Heijer, Johannes. “Coptic Historiography.” 69-77.
  • ———. “History of the Patriarchs of Alexandria.” In CE, vol. 4, 1238-42.
  • ———. ibn Mansur ibn Mufarrig et l’historiographie copto-arabe: Etude sur la composition de l’Histoire des Patriarches d’Alexandrie. Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium 513 (subs. 83). Louvain: E. Peeters, 1989.
  • Evetts, Basil Thomas Alfred, ed. History of the Patriarchs of the Coptic Church of Alexandria. Patrologia Orientalis 1 (1907): 99-214, 381-519; 5 (1910): 1-215; 10 (1915): 357-551. Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1907-1915.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 301-6.
  • Johnson, David W. “Further Remarks on the of the Patriarchs of Alexandria.” Oriens Christianus 61 (1977): 103-16.
  • Khater, Antoine, and O. H. E. Burmester, eds. History of the Patriarchs of the Egyptian Church, Known as the History of the Holy Church by Sawirus ibn al-Mukaffa‘, III.1-3, IV.1-2. Cairo: Societe d’Archeologie Copte, 1968-1974.
  • Swanson, Mark N. The Coptic Papacy in Islamic Egypt. The Popes of Egypt, 2. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, forthcoming.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 480-479 (#18, 20); 477 (#25-26); 473 (#34). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.”
  • Ibn Kabar, Shams al-Ri’asa Abu al-Barakat
  • Ashtor, E. “Baybars al-.” In EI, vol. 1, 1127-28.
  • Atiya, Aziz S. “Ibn Kabar.” In CE, vol. 4, 1267-68.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 438-45.
  • Samir, Samir Khalil. “L’Encyclopedie liturgique d’Ibn Kabar (+1324) et son apologie d’usages coptes.” In Crossroads of Cultures: Studies in Liturgy and Patristics in Honor of Gabriele Winkler, ed. H.-J. Feulner, Elena Velkovska, and R. F. Taft, 619-55. Orientalia Christiana Analecta, 260. Rome: PIO, 2000.
  • Sidarus, Adel Y. “Coptic Lexicography,” 132-34.
  • ———. “Sullam.” In EI, vol. 9, 848-49.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 461-60 (#60). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.” Wadi, Abullif. “Abu al-Barakat Ibn Kabar, (cap. 18: il digiuno e la settimana santa).” Studia Orientalia Christiana Collectanea 34 (2001): 233-322, esp. 239-43.
  • Ibn Katib Qaysar
  • Davis, Stephen“Introducing an Arabic Commentary on the Apocalypse: Ibn Katib Qaysar on Revelation.” In Harvard Theological Review 101.1 (2008), 77-96.
  • Frederic, Vincent. “Ibn Katib Qaysar.” In CE, vol. 4, 1268.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 379-87.
  • Sidarus, Adel. “L’influence arabe sur la linguistique copte.” In History of the Language Sciences/Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaften/Histoire des sciences du langage, ed. Sylvain Auroux et al., vol. 1, 321-25. Handbucher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft, 18.1. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2000.
  • ———. “Medieval Coptic Grammars,” 67.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 467-66 (#47). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.”
  • Ibn al-Rahib, al-Nushu’
  • Atiya, Aziz S. “Abu Shakir ibn al-Rahib.” In CE, vol. 1, 33-34.
  • Den Heijer, “Coptic Historiography,” 83-88.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 428-34.
  • Sidarus, Adel. “Coptic Lexicography,” 132-34.
  • ———. “Ibn al-Rahib.” In EI, Supplement, 396.
  • —– . Ibn ar-Rahibs Leben und Werk: Ein Koptisch-arabischer Enzyklopadist des 7./13. . Freiburg: Klaus Schwarz Verlag, 1975.
  • ———. “Medieval Coptic Grammars,” 70.
  • ———. “L’oeuvre philologique copte d’Abu Shakir Ibn al-Rahib (XIIIe s).” In Studies on the Christian Arabic Heritage, ed. Rifaat Ebied and Herman Teule, 1-23. Eastern Christian Studies, 5. Louvain: E. Peeters, 2004.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 462 (#55).
  • Jirjis ibn al-Makin
  • Al-Mawsu‘a al-lahutiyya al-shahira bi-l-Hawi l-Ibn al-Makin, 4 vols. Cairo: Dayr al-Muharraq, 1999-2001.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 450-53.
  • Wadi, “Introduzione,” 458-457 (#68). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.”
  • John XI
  • Bilaniak, Petro B. T. “Coptic Relations with Rome.” In CE, vol. 2, 609-11.
  • Coquin, Rene-Georges. “Dayr al-Maghtis.” In CE, vol. 3, 818-19.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 4, 118-19.
  • Labib, Subhi Y. “John XI.” In CE, vol. 4, 1344-46.
  • Luisier, Philippe. “Jean XI, 89eme patriarche copte: Commentaire de sa lettre au pape Eugene IV, suivi d’une esquisse historique sur son patriarcat.” Orientalia Christiana Periodica 60 (1994): 519-62.
  • ———. “La lettre du patriarche copte Jean XI au pape Eugene IV: Nouvelle edition.” Orientalia Christiana Periodica 60 (1994): 87-129.
  • Swanson, Mark N. The Coptic Papacy in Islamic Egypt. The Popes of Egypt, 2. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2007.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 455-454 (#77). “Introduzione” is published “back to front.”
  • al-Makin Jirjis ibn al-‘
  • Atiya, Aziz S. “Makin, Ibn al-‘Amid al-.” In CE, vol. 5, 1513.
  • Cohen, Cl., and R.-G. Coquin. “al-Makin b. al-‘Amid.” In EI, vol. 6, 143-44. Den Heijer. “Coptic Historiography,” 88-95.
  • Graf. GCAL, vol. 2, 348-51.
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 471 (#38).
  • Wadi, A. “Al-Makin Jirjis Ibn al-‘Amid wa-tarikhuhu.” In Actes de la septieme rencontre des Amis du patrimoine arabe-chretien, 5-24. Cairo: Franciscan Centre for Oriental Christian Studies, 1999.
  • Maqara
  • Coquin, Rene-Georges. “Macarius the Canonist.” In CE, vol. 5, 1490-91.
    Graf. GCAL, vol. I, 560-63; vol. 2, 437.
  • Troupeau, Gerard. Catalogue des manuscripts arabes. Premiere partie: Manuscrits chretiens. Vol. I. Paris: Bibliotheque Nationale, 1972. (See the description of mss. 251 and 252 for the contents of the compilation.)
  • Wadi. “Introduzione,” 460 (#61).
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