'Egypt in the Byzantine World, 300–700 is warmly recommended to every student of Late Antiquity.' Scripta Classica Israelica
'As a whole the volume covers an extremely wide range of topics across the entire scholarly spectrum of research into Byzantine Egypt, while each contribution successfully offers lucid and penetrating analyses of specific topics. This book will quickly and deservedly find a wide readership among all those interested in Egypt in the Byzantine world, and will no doubt serve as a helpful spur to future research.' Bryn Mawr Classical Review
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A comprehensive portrayal of the history, society, economy, culture, religious life, art and archaeology of Egypt from the fourth to the seventh centuries. Attention is paid both to Egypt's connections to the wider Mediterranean world and to the emergence of Coptic as a distinctive literary and religious culture.