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The Coptic Language is the name used to refer to the last stage of the written Egyptian language. The Coptic language is the bridge that links the Copts with their ancient Egyptian roots. It provides them with a continuous written record of their civilization that span over 6000 years, the longest in existence.
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Coptic Fonts Standard
This is a project for the standardization of Coptic Fonts so as to create a unified Character Code to construct a unified system for placement of letters and punctuation marks on the keyboard. Includes 7 new Coptic Fonts that use the same keyboard layout.
St. Shenouda the Archimandrite Coptic Society
"Working to preserve, revive, and promote the Coptic Christian Heritage." Includes newsletters, software, information for coptic studies and on coptic language.
Tenaspi EnremEnKimi Coptic Culture Website
Includes most of the Coptic Bible, Church Liturgies and Services, Writings of the Fathers, and a Coptic language learning course. Also includes a Coptic/English lexicon of common words.
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