The Coptic Church

Architectural and iconographic traditions in the Coptic Church developed as a result of several stimuli, internal and external, past and contemporary. The pharaonic past remained a potent force in the Coptic psyche. The Coptic language itself, retained as a liturgical if not a spoken language, was a continuation of the pharaonic language. In the fourth century, churches were built into pharaonic temples, such as Luxor and Deir el Bahari. Throughout the medieval period links were retained with the other Eastern Christian Churches and with Byzantium in Asia Minor, especially through trade.

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