Coptic Egypt

by Alberto Siliotti

Part of the Egypt Pocket Guides Series

Coptic Egypt Synopsis

Part of the popular Egypt Pocket Guide series, this compact, full-color guide is an ideal introduction to the cultural, religious, artistic, and architectural heritage of Egypt's Coptic Christian community. Covering the ancient monasteries of Wadi Natrun and the streets and churches of Old Cairo, and ranging from Deir Mar Antonius on the Red Sea to Abu Mena on the north coast, this handy book is ideal for first-time visitors and experienced travelers alike. With over 150 color photos, maps, and 3D drawings, Coptic Egypt is a colorful and informative traveling companion.

Book Information

ISBN: 9789774249815
Publication date: 30th April 2008
Author: Alberto Siliotti
Publisher: The American University in Cairo Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 48 pages
Categories: Travel & holiday guides,

About Alberto Siliotti

ALBERTO SILIOTTI is a scientific journalist who specializes in Egyptology. He has written several popular books including Guide to the Pyramids of Egypt and The Discovery of Ancient Egypt, both published by the AUC Press in1998.

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