Coptic Documents of the 10th-12th Century

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COPTIC DOCUMENTS OF THE 10th-12th CENTURIES

We give some geographical names recorded in three Coptic documents: a papyrus, an ostrakon and a graffito.

T.: MC fol. 823 r C:1


Year 951 A.D. PELAK (W. Budge, Coptic martyrdoms, London 1910)
Year 992 A.D. NOYBA (W. Budge, Miscellaneous Texts, London 1915)
Year 1053 A.D. ZAH (Zae, Sai? in Saidic) (G. Steindorff, Der Grabstein eines nubischen Bischofs, ZAS, 44 (1907) p. 71ff.)
Undated PTIME SERRAH: the village of Serrah (W. Budge, Miscellaneous Texts, London 1915)
Undated TIPOLIS SAI: the town of Sai (E. Amélineau, Hist.d.Patr. Copte Isaac, Paris 1891)