A Coptic grammar: with chrestomathy and glossary : Sahidic dialect

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Harrassowitz, 2004 - Coptic language - 544 pages
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A reference tool for students of the classical dialect of Sahidic which was used in literary texts between the 4th and 8th centuries and was the standard language for orthodox ecclesiastical and monastic Christianity. Layton avoids all jargon and non-standard legal, scientific or magical texts, in order to provide a carefully explained grammar that is easy to use.

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