History Bibliography

HISTORY BIBLIOGRAPHY

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  • ———. “Ayyubid Dynasty and the Copts.” In CE, vol. 1, 314ff.
  • ———. “Eusebius of Caesarea.” In CE, vol. 4, 1070ff.
  • ———. A History of Eastern Christianity. London: Methuen, 1968.
  • ———. “Kharaj.” In CE, vol. 5, 1413ff.
  • ———. “Mamluks and the Copts.” In CE, vol. 5, 1517ff.
  • ———. “Ottomans, Copts under the.” In CE, vol. 6, 1856ff.
  • ———. “Tulunids and Ikhshids, Copts under the.” In CE, vol. 7, 2280ff.
  • Bagnall, Rogers S. Egypt in Late . Chichester, West Sussex: Princeton University Press, 1993.
  • Bahr, Samira. “Modern Egypt, Copts in.” In CE, vol. 5, 1663ff.
  • Baumeister, Theofried. “Geschichte und Historiographie des Agyptischen Christentums: und Darstellungen der letzten Jahre.” In Huitieme congres international d’etudes coptes (Paris 2004) I. Bilans et perspectives 2000-2004, ed. Anne Boud’hors and Denyse Vaillancourt, 37-67. Cahiers de la Bibliotheque copte, 15. Paris: De Boccard, 2006.
  • Boud’hours, Anne. “Manuscrits coptes ‘chypriotes’ a la bibliotheque nationale.” Etudes coptes III. Cahiers de la Bibliotheque 4 (1989): 11-20
  • Bowman, Alan K. Egypt after the Pharaohs: 332BC-AD 642 from Alexander to the Arab Conquest. London: British Museum Publications, 1986.
  • Butler, Alfred. The Arab Conquest of Egypt. Oxford, 1902. 2nd, amplified ed. Oxford: P. M. Fraser, 1977.
  • Daly, M. W. The History of Egypt. Vol. 2: Modern Egypt, from 1517 to the end of the Twentieth Century. Cambridge: University Press, 1998.
  • Davis, Stephen J. The Early Coptic Papacy: The Egyptian Church and Its Leadership in Late . Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2004.
  • Decobert, Christian. “Sur l’arabisation et l’islamisation de l’Egypte medievale.” In Itineraires d’Egypte: Melanges offerts au pere Martin S. J., ed. Christian Decobert. Bibliotheque d’Etude, 106. Cairo: n.p., 1992.
  • Edwards, David N. “The Christianization of Nubia: Some Archaeological Pointers.” Sudan & 5 (2001): 89-96.
  • Ferre, Andre. “Fatimids and the Copts.” In CE, vol. 4, 1097-1100.
  • Frantz-Murphy, Gladys. “Conversion in Early Islamic Egypt: The Economic Factor.” In Documents de l’Islam medieval: Nouvelles Prespectives de , ed. Yusuf Ragib, 11-17. Textes arabes et etudes islamiques, 29. Cairo: n.p., 1991.
  • ———. “Umayyads, Copts under the.” In CE, vol. 7, 2286-89.
  • Fraser, P. M. “Alexandria, Christian and Medieval.” In CE, vol. 1, 88-92.
  • Gabra, Gawdat, ed. Be Thou There. The Holy Family’s Journey in Egypt. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2001.
  • Gellens, Sam I. “Egypt, Islamization of.” In CE, vol. 3, 939-42.
  • Godlewski, Wlodzimierz. “ 2000-2004.” In Huitieme congres international d’etudes coptes (Paris 2004) I. Bilans et perspectives 2000-2004, ed. Anne Boud’hors and Denyse Vaillancourt, 217-30. Cahiers de la Bibliotheque copte, 15. Paris: De Boccard, 2006.
  • Haas, Christopher. Alexandria in Late Antiquity: Topography and Social Conflict. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997.
  • Hamilton, Alastair. The Copts and the West, 1439-1822. The European Discovery of the Egyptian Church. Oxford: University Press, 2006.
  • Hanna, Sami A. Medieval and Middle Eastern Studies in Honor of Aziz Suryal Atiya. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1972.
  • Heinen, Heinz. “Alexandria in Late Antiquity.” In CE, vol. 1, 95-103.
  • ———. “Provincial Organization of Egypt.” In. CE, vol. 6, 2022-24.
  • Khalil, Magdy. Aqbat al-Mahgar (The Copts in the Diaspora). Cairo: Dar al-Khayyal, 1999.
  • Lapidus, I. M. “The Conversion of Egypt to Islam.” Israel Oriental Studies 2 (1972): 248-62.
  • Louca, Anwar. “Chiftichi, Yuhanna.” In CE, vol. 2, 519ff.
  • Mayeur-Jaouen, Catherine. “The Coptic Mouleds: Evolution of the Traditional Pilgrims.” In Between Desert and City: The Coptic Orthodox Church Today, ed. and Kari Vogt, 212-29. Institute for Comparative Research in Human Culture. Oslo: Novus forlag, 1997.
  • Megally, Mounir. “Bashmuric Revolts.” In CE, vol. 2, 349-51.
  • Meinardus, Otto. Christians in Egypt. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2006.
  • Naguib, Selim. Les Coptes dans l’Egypte d’aujourd’hui. Brussels: Solidarite Orient, 1996.
  • Partrick, Theodore Hall. Traditional Egyptian Christianity: A History of the Coptic Orthodox Church. Greensboro, N.C.: Fisher Park Press, 1996.
  • Petry, Carl F. “Copts in the Late Medieval Egypt.” In CE, vol. 2, 618-635.
    ———, ed. The History of Egypt. Vol. 1: Islamic Egypt, 640-1517.
  • Cambridge: University Press, 1998.
  • Reid, Donald M. Whose Pharaohs? Archaeology, Museums and Egyptian National Identity from Napoleon to World War. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2002.
  • Shoucri, Munir. “Cyril IV.” In CE, vol. 3, 677-679.
  • Tagher, Jacques. Christians in Muslim Egypt: An Historical Study of the Relations between Copts and from 640 to 1922. Arbeiten zum spatantiken und koptischen Agypten, 10. Altenberg: Oros Verlag, 1998.
  • Timm, Stefan. Das christlich- Agypten in arabischer Zeit. 6 vols. Wiesbaden: Reichert, 1984-1992.
  • Van Doorn-Harder, Nelly. “Kyrillos VI (1902-1971): Planner, Patriarch and Saint.” In Between Desert and City: The Coptic Orthodox Church Today, ed. and Kari Vogt, 230-42. Institute for Comparative Research in Human Culture. Oslo: Novus forlag, 1997.
  • Watson, John. “Signposts to Biography—Pope Shenouda III.” In Between Desert and City: The Coptic Orthodox Church Today, ed. Nelly van DoornHarder and Kari Vogt, 243-53. Institute for Comparative Research in Human Culture. Oslo: Novus forlag, 1997.

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