Textual Sources

(contains bibliography from Roman to Islamic times)

(under construction)

Bouriant, U., “Notes de voyage, § 19: Le Déir Amba-Samâan, en face d’Assouân”, RdTr 15 (1893) 179–80.

Chrysostomides, A. M., “Hajj Graffiti of Dayr Anba Hadra”, in: Dayr Anba Hadra: Socio-Cultural and Economic Significance of a Holy Place in Upper Egypt from Late Antiquity to Early Mamluk Period (July 2022, forthcoming).

Clédat, J. “Les inscriptions de Saint-Siméon”, Recueil 37 (1915) 41-57.

Dekker, R., “The Development of the Church at Dayr Anba Hadra. A Study of the Plasterwork and Dated Inscriptions”, in: Gabra, G. , Takla, H.N.  (eds.), Christianity and Monasticism in Aswan and Nubia (Cairo, New York 2013) 105-15.

Dijkstra, J. H. F., “‘In Year One of King Zachari’. Evidence of a New Nubian King from the Monastery of St. Simeon at Aswan”, in: Beiträge zur Sudanforschung 8 (2003) 31-9 (with van der Vliet, J.), repr. in: van der Vliet, J., The Christian Epigraphy of Egypt and Nubia (Abingdon 2018) 243-51.

Holymard, E. J., “Arabic Documents from the Monneret Collection”, Islamica 3 (1931) 249-71.

Krastel, L. S., “… the other half belongs to the poor of Syene”. A pious endowment from Deir Anba Hadra (Aswan/Egypt, forthcoming).

Krastel, L. S., Koptische Inschriften im Raum Aswan (Heidelberg 2013) (unpublished thesis).

Krastel, L. S., “Die koptischen Stelen des Deir Anba Hadra im Koptischen Museum”, in: e-DAI 2 (2017) 35–8.

Krastel, L. S., “Words for the Living and the Dead. The Coptic Inscriptions of Deir Anba Hadra”, in: Dirksen, S. C., Krastel, L. S. (eds.), Epigraphy through Five Millennia: Texts and Images in Context (SDAIK, vol. 43) (Wiesbaden 2020) 169-94.

Krastel, L. S., Richter, T. S., “Eine koptische historische Inschrift im Deir Anba Hadra bei Assuan”, in: Bußmann, R., Hafemann, I., Schiestl, R., Werning, D. A. (eds.), Spuren der altägyptischen Gesellschaft. Festschrift für Stephan J. Seidlmayer (ZÄS: Beihefte, vol. 14) (Berlin, Boston 2022) 483-502. Online available

Łajtar, A., “The So-Called Kudanbes Inscription in Deir Anba Hadra (St. Simeon Monastery) Near Aswan. An Attempt at a New Reading and Interpretation” (forthcoming – Seignobos, Emir d’Assouan, 147, n. 29).

Margoliouth, D. S., Holymard, E. J., “Arabic Documents from the Monneret Collection”, Islamica 3 (1931) 249-71.

Mekhaiel, N., “Apa Hadra (Hidra) in the Difnar”, in: Gabra, G., Takla, H. N. (eds.), Christianity and Monasticism in Aswan and Nubia, Cairo (New York 2013) 21-6.

Munier, H., “Les stèles coptes du Monastère de Saint-Siméon à Assouan”, Aegyptus 11 (1930–1), 257–300; 433–84. All have been republished as SB Kopt. I 498–675.

Munier, H., “Stèles coptes”, 479–80, no. 176 (= SB Kopt. I 674), ll. 12–14. Cf. Monneret de Villard, Monastero, 9 and 135.

Soldati, A., “Due ostraca vaticani da Siene-Elefantine”, Aegyptus 98 (2018) 143-6.

Soldati, A., “Una lettera copta dal monastero di Anbā Hadrà presso Aswān”, Aegyptus 98 (2018) 189-96.

Soldati, A. G. F., “A new bifolium from the Monastery of Anbā Hadrà (Ms. Roma, Biblioteca Corsiniana, 280.C1) as historical source for the coptic episcopal see of Aswān”, in: Buiz, P. (ed.), Coptic Literature in Context (4th-13th cent.): Cultural Landscape, Literary Production, and Manuscript Archaeology: Proceedings of the Third Conference of the ERC Project “Tracking Papyrus and Parchment Paths: An Archaeological Atlas of Coptic Literature. Literary Texts in their Geographical Context (‘PAThs’)” (PAST. Percorsi, Strumenti e Temi di Archeologia, vol. 5) (Rome 2020).

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