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Egyptology - Coptic Monuments
By W. E. Crum
(Kiraz Historical Catalogues Archive 6)
 

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In this historic catalogue, Crum presents the Coptic monuments of the Museum of Cairo. Although given a French title, the contents of this book are written in English. Some of the more striking items are presented with beautifully drawn sketches of relevant sections of the source. As a museum book, this catalogue is amply illustrated with 57 black and white plates. A variety of artifacts are described: manuscripts, ostraca, and stelae, and indices round out the utility of this volume. A specialized collection from early Christian Egypt, this book will be welcomed by specialists in Coptic materials still found in their native land.+This book is a collection of essays on Ottoman history, focusing on how sultans of the Ottoman Empire were viewed by the public.Save $42.94
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Coptic Monuments
By W. E. Crum
(Kiraz Historical Catalogues Archive 6)
  

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Title:Coptic Monuments
Subtitle:Catalogue Général des Antiquités Égyptiennes du Musée du Caire
Series:Kiraz Historical Catalogues Archive 6
Availability:In Print
Publisher:Gorgias Press

By W.  Crum
ISBN:978-1-59333-931-9
Availability:In Print
Publication Date:3/2009
Language:English
Format:Hardback, Black, 8.25 x 10.75 in
Pages:222
 

A world-recognized expert in Coptic studies, Crum spent much of his career cataloguing Coptic materials. In this historic catalogue, Crum presents the Coptic monuments of the Museum of Cairo. Although given a French title, the contents of this book are written in English. Some of the more striking items are presented with beautifully drawn sketches of relevant sections of the source. As a museum book, this catalogue is amply illustrated with 57 black and white plates. A variety of artifacts are described: manuscripts, ostraca, and stelae, and indices round out the utility of this volume. A specialized collection from early Christian Egypt, this book will be welcomed by specialists in Coptic materials still found in their native land.

Walter Ewing Crum (1865-1944) was a noted Egyptologist and Coptologist. He catalogued the Coptic manuscripts of the John Rylands Library and the British Museum. His Coptic Dictionary is still a standard reference in the field.



Table of Contents
  • CATALOGUE GENERAL DES ANTIQUITES EGYPTIENNES DU MUSEE DU CAIRE (page 5)
  • INDICES (page 159)



Coptic Monuments
By W. E. Crum
(Kiraz Historical Catalogues Archive 6)
ISBN:978-1-59333-931-9
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