Thought, Culture, and Historiography in Christian Egypt, 284-641 AD

Tarek M. Muhammad (Redaktør) ; Cornelia Roemer (Redaktør)

This book contains 15 papers which were presented by specialists from Europe and Egypt at two conferences held at Ain Shams University, Egypt, in 2014 and 2015. Eight of the articles deal with the history of Late Antique Egypt in its manifold aspects, from monasticism and Coptic manuscripts, to the organization of the Arab conquest. Les mer
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This book contains 15 papers which were presented by specialists from Europe and Egypt at two conferences held at Ain Shams University, Egypt, in 2014 and 2015. Eight of the articles deal with the history of Late Antique Egypt in its manifold aspects, from monasticism and Coptic manuscripts, to the organization of the Arab conquest. The other seven contributions provide new writings from that historical period published here for the first time, or give new readings of texts earlier known as inscriptions, papyri and ostraca, and offer a close-up look at the historical setting outlined in the first part of this book.

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Tarek M. Muhammad studied History, Classics, and Modern Greek at Ain Shams University, Egypt, and Athens University, Greece. He received his PhD in Medieval History from Ain Shams University, where he is currently a Professor of Medieval History. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Medieval and Islamic History. His main areas of research are Byzantine history and civilization, Coptic Egypt, the dialogue between Islam and the church, and editing of Medieval Arabic manuscripts. Cornelia Roemer studied Classics and History of Art at the University of Cologne, Germany, and the University of Florence, Italy. She gained her PhD in Classics from the University of Cologne. She is currently a Professor at the DAAD at Ain Shams University, Egypt, and a collaborator at the DAI Cairo, Egypt. Her main areas of research are Greek literary and documentary papyrology, and the archaeology and history of Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt.