AN ECLECTIC LIBRARY.—Christian History.

Coptic Christianity.

☛See also the page on Ethiopian History, which includes much on the history of the Ethiopian church, historically related to the Coptic church.

Coptic Apocrypha in the Dialect of Upper Egypt. Edited, with English translations, by E. A. Wallis Budge. With fifty-eight plates. London: British Museum, 1913.

Coptic Biblical Texts in the Dialect of Upper Egypt. Edited by E. A. Wallis Budge. With ten plates. London: British Museum, 1912. —Coptic text only, but long introduction in English.

Coptic Homilies in the Dialect of Upper Egypt. Edited from the Papyrus Codex Oriental 5001 in the British Museum by E. A. Wallis Budge. With five plates and seven illustrations in the text. London: British Museum 1910. —With English translations.

Miscellaneous Coptic Texts in the Dialect of Upper Egypt. Edited, with English translations, by E. A. Wallis Budge. With forty plates and twenty illustrations in the texts. London: British Museum, 1915.

I. The Encomium of Theodore, Archbishop of Antioch, on Theodore the Anatolian, containing an account of the Life and Martyrdom of the Saint, and brief notices of Apa Gains, Archbishop of Antioch, and Saint Apa Claudius.

II. The Discourse on Mary Theotokos by Cyril, Archbishop of Jerusalem, describing her human origin and death.

III. The Discourse by Demetrius, Archbishop of Antioch, on the birth, according to the flesh, of God the Word, and on the Virgin Mary.

IV. The Discourse of Apa Epiphanius, Bishop of Cyprus, on the Holy Virgin, Mary Theotokos.

V. The Discourse of Saint Cyril, Archbishop of Kakote, on the Virgin Mary.

VI. The Teaching of Apa Psote, the great Bishop of Psoi.

VII. The Discourse on the Compassion of God, and on the freedom of speech by the Archangel Michael, by Severus, Archbishop of Antioch.

VIII. The Discourse of Cyril, Archbishop of Jerusalem, on the discovery of the Cross, and on the baptism of Isaac the Samaritan.

IX. The Martyrdom of Saint Mercurius the General.

X. The Martyrdom and Miracles of Mercurius the General.

XI. The Martyrdom and Miracles of Mercurius the General.

XII. A Discourse on the Archangel Gabriel by Celestinus, Archbishop of Rome.

XIII. The Encomium of Theodosius, Archbishop of Alexandria, on Saint Michael the Archangel.

XIV. [Histories of the Monks in the Egyptian Desert by Paphnutius.]

XV. The Prayer of Saint Athanasius when dying.

XVI. The Discourse on Saint Michael the Archangel by Timothy, Archbishop of Alexandria.

XVII. Encomium on the Archangel Raphael by Saint John Chrysostom (incomplete).

XVIII. The Apocalypse of Paul (incomplete).

The Martyrdom and Miracles of Saint George of Cappadocia. The Coptic texts edited with an English translation by Ernest A. Wallis Budge. London: D. Nutt, 1888.

L’Art copte. École d’Alexandrie — architecture monastique — sculpture — peinture — art somptuaire. Par Al. Gayet. Illustrations de l’auteur. Paris: Ernest Leroux, 1902.

A Compendious Grammar of the Egyptian Language as contained in the Coptic, Sahidic, and Bashmuric dialects; together with alphabets and numerals in the hieroglyphic and enchorial characters. By the Rev. Henry Tattam. London: Williams & Norgate, 1863.