Category Archives: Shenoute of Atripe

Guest Post: Anthony Alcock – De Aethiopium Invasionibus by Shenoute

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Guest Post: Anthony Alcock – Five hymns to Shenoute

The following text has been extracted for translation into English from Sinuthii Archimandritae Vita et Opera Omnia Sinuthii III ed. Johannes Leipoldt (1908), published in the CSCO series (Scriptores Coptici Second Series Vol. 4). On pp. 10-11 of that volume … Continue reading

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Photographs of White Monastery Fragments on Gallica Website

It was a nice surprise to discover a few days ago that the National Library in Paris put up on the Gallica website photographs of some of the Sahidic parchment fragments in their possession. More precisely, they have uploaded until … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Diliana Atanassova on the Coptic Liturgical Typika from the White Monastery

Diliana Atanassova is member of the Copus dei Manoscritti Copti Letterari project (Hamburg/Rome) and research fellow at the Department of Biblical Studies and Ecclesiastical History, Faculty of Catholic Theology of the Salzburg University. N.B.: A much longer (and slightly different) … Continue reading

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An Unknown Fragment from a Discourse of Shenoute in the Cleveland Museum of Art

To Pierre Cherix A few days ago, I read an interesting, but little-known, article concerning the conservation of two Coptic parchment fragments. The article was published in 2004 by Paul Hepworth and Maurizio Michelozzi in the journal The Paper Conservator … Continue reading

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A New Fragment of the Life of Moses of Abydos (Formerly Attributed to a Homily on Penitence by Shenoute of Atripe)

In the field of Coptic studies, it often happens that an isolated manuscript fragment which does not bear any clear detail as to allow its instant identification, is wrongly attributed to a particular author or work. This is largely due … Continue reading

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