Archeology of Egypt
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Egypt, Archaeology of
Egypt, Archaeology of Summarizes Egyptian archaeology and its relevance to the Bible.
The Eerdmans Encyclopedia of Early Christian Art and Archaeology, Volumes 1–3
Architecture: Egypt
Architecture: Egypt (3rd–7th c. a.d.)The earliest churches in Egypt (4th c.) include → Antinoupolis (south church, five-aisled basilica), al-Marina (three-aisled basilica), → Faw Qibli I, and Ismant al-Gharab (Dakhla Oasis, southeast church). In all these churches the central nave is relatively narrow.
Encyclopedia of Ancient Christianity
EGYPTI. Origins of ChristianityII. LiturgyIII. Archaeology. Ancient Egypt, in N-E Africa, extended along the Nile valley as far as the first cataract (Philae/Aswan), including part of the Libyan and Arabian deserts. The pharaohs of the middle kingdom, the Ptolemys and the Roman emperors pushed its