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Marcus Simaika : father of Coptic archaeology

Author: Samir Simaika; Nevine Henein; Donald M Reid
Publisher: Cairo ; New York : The American University in CairoPress, [2017] ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Draws upon Simaika's unpublished memoirs as well as on other documents and photographs from the Simaika family archive to deepen our understanding of several important themes of modern Egyptian history: the development of Coptic archaeology and heritage studies, Egyptian-British interactions during the colonial and semi-colonial eras, shifting balances in the interaction of clergymen and the lay Coptic community,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Named Person: Murqus Simaykah
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samir Simaika; Nevine Henein; Donald M Reid
ISBN: 9789774168239 9774168232
OCLC Number: 1002898680
Description: xxii, 201 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The Simaika family tree --
Chronology --
Acknowledgments --
Preface --
List of illustrations. Introduction / Donald M. Reid. Part 1 The early years : Cairo --
A love of learning --
A prominent family. Part 2 Service to government and nation : The state railways --
Education and legislation : The Superior Council of Education --
The Legislative COuncil and the Legislative Assembly --
Simaika and the British administrator : Lord Cromer (1883-1907) --
Sir Eldon Gorst (1907-11) --
Field Marshal Lord Kitchener (1911-14) --
Sir Henry McMahon (1914-17) --
Sir Reginald Wingate (1917-19) --
Lord Allenby (1919-25) --
Lord Lloyd (1925-29). Part 3 Service to the Coptic church and community : An ancient church : Monks and missionaries --
The Copts after the Arab conquests --
The rise of Coptic notables --
The patriarchs : Cyril IV (1854-61) --
Cyril V (1874-1927) --
Yohannes XIX (1928-42) --
The awakening of the Coptic church --
Al-Majlis al-Milli --
The Coptic and Ethiopian dispute over Deir al-Sultan in Jerusalem --
Travels in Sudan. Part 4 The Coptic Museum and heritage preservation : A crumbling heritage --
The Committee for the Preservation of Arab Art --
A new museum : The Mu'allaqa Church --
The Coptic Museum --
A state institution --
Searching for iniquities, saving libraries --
Recognition. Appendix: some Coptic social customs --
Selected bibliography --
Notes --
Index.
Responsibility: Samir Simaika, Nevine Henein ; introduced by Donald M. Reid.

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"The compelling life and times of a leading figure of modern Coptic Egyptian history"  Read more...

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