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Dr. Majdī Manṣūr, general directory for Conservation and Renovation in the Ministry of Antiquities and an adviser to the Coptic cultural center in Cairo is presenting a research paper entitled, “The Coptic Museum: Challenges and Accomplishments.” His participation comes among one of the first...
A number of people interested in the history and heritage of the town of al-Quṣayr along  the Red Sea have launched a campaign to include the smallest church in Egypt on a list of Coptic antiquities and save it from disrepair. The calls come nearly 103 years after the church's construction by...
This article discusses the third annual Coptic Studies Symposium at the University of Toronto (U of T), and its importance. 
 A conference on the “Role of the universities, NGOs, the Supreme Council of Antiquities, and the media, in preserving Coptic antiquities during the period from 1976 to 2009” was recently held in Cairo. The conference was organized by the Italian Institute for antiquities and restoration in...
As the Coptic Museum in Cairo turns 100 years old, this article reflects on the museum’s history, collections, and features. It also highlights the museum’s centenary celebration, which was attended by Grand Mufti ‘Alī Jum‘ah, as well as Egyptian actor ‘Umar al-Sharīf. In addition, the article also...
This article discusses the third annual Coptic Studies Symposium at the University of Toronto (U of T), and its importance. 
This article gives a summary of the life and work of Coptologist and archaeologist Girgis Daoud (1930 – 2010).
This article describes the many changes and restorations made to the Anba Antonious Monastery in Sinai. The recent restorations have been in multiple phases over the past 10 years. There also have been recent archaeological finds in the vicinity, including Monk's cells and ancient Coptic writing....
The article highlights the situation of Bishop Dimitrius of Mallawī against a dissertation on Coptic language by a Coptic researcher.
The custody of the religious institutions on scientific research leads to the suspension of a dissertation about the Coptic language by a Coptic researcher.

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