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x Coptic Egypt (337 – 641)

With the death of Constantine, the Roman Empire had been divided into two parts: the Eastern part and the Western one. The Western Roman Empire collapsed due to the German invasions. While in the Eastern Roman Empire, a new Greek-Christian civilization (the Byzantine) flourished. In Egypt, the Coptic Civilization emerged with its special new personality representing a mixture between the Greek and local Egyptians. Remarkably, Egypt depended on this Eastern Empire. Like its predecessors, Egypt, at that time, had a dual character: it was officially Byzantine but Coptic on both the local and provincial levels.

 

 

 

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