Textual Sources

(contains bibliography from Roman to Islamic times)

(under construction)

Bernand, A., Bernand É., Les inscriptions grecques de Philae, 2 vols. (Paris 1969).

Dijkstra, J. H. F., “Late antique inscriptions from the First Cataract area discovered and rediscovered”, JJP 33 (2003) 55–66. Online availabe

Dijkstra, J. H. F., “A Cult of Isis at Philae After Justinian? Reconsidering P. Cair. Masp. I 67004″, ZPE 146 (2004) 137-46. Online available

Dijkstra, J. H. F., “‘Une foule immense de moines’. The Coptic Life of Aaron and the Early Bishops of Philae”, in: Palme, B. (ed.), Akten des 23. Internationalen Papyrologenkongresses. Wien, 22.-28. Juli 2001 (Vienna 2007) 191-7. Online available

Dijkstra, J. H. F., “Monasticism on the Southern Egyptian Frontier in Late Antiquity: Towards a New Critical Edition of the Coptic Life of Aaron”, Journal of the Canadian Society for Coptic Studies 5 (2013) 31-47.

Dijkstra, J. H. F., van der Vliet, J., “The Earliest Manuscript of the Coptic Life of Aaron (British Library, Or. 7558 [89] [93] [150])”, Vigiliae Christianae 69 (2015) 368-92.

Dijkstra, J. H. F., “‘I Wish to Offer a Sacrifice to God Today’: The Discourse of Idol Destruction in the Coptic Life of Aaron”, Journal of the Canadian Society for Coptic Studies 8 (2015) 61-75.

Vanthieghem, N., “Inscriptions de la haute et basse Égypte. Inscriptions de la Nubie”, in: Bruwier, M.-C., Claes, W., Quertinmont, A. (eds.), « La Description de l’Égypte » de Jean-Jacques Rifaud (1813-1826) (Brussels 2014), 133-6. Online available (no. 21, 23 and 24)

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