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Christen in Ägypten entspringt einer Ringvorlesung an der Universität Göttingen zu Geschichte und Gegenwart der christlichen Gemeinden im Nahen Osten. Die Ringvorlesung, die in das dritte Jahr geht, widmet sich als gemeinsame Veranstaltung des Lehrstuhls für Ökumenische Theologie und Orientalische Kirchen- und Missionsgeschichte und des Seminars für Ägyptologie und Koptologie der ganzen Bandbreite und der zweitausendjährigen Geschichte des Christentums im Nahen und Mitt¬leren Osten - einer religiösen Vielfalt, die heute einer unsicheren Zukunft entgegen¬blickt. Die erste der Vorlesungsreihen spannte im Sommersemester 2013 den Bogen über die Geschichte der ägyptischen Christen von den ersten nachchristlichen Jahrhunderten bis zum „Arabischen Frühling“. Sie widmete sich dabei nicht nur der größten der orienta¬lisch-orthodoxen Kirchen, der koptisch-orthodoxen Kirche Ägyptens, sondern auch anderen christlichen Konfessionen auf ägyptischem Boden. Die insgesamt elf Beiträge in Christen in Ägypten werfen Schlaglichter auf das antike Mönchtum und die Kirchenpolitik des Patriarchen Athanasius im four. Jahrhundert ebenso wie auf die protestantische venture im Ägypten des 20. Jahrhunderts und die umkämpfte Frage des Kirchenbaus in einer muslimischen Mehrheitsgesellschaft.

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In the slow transition from pre-literate to literate cultures, it would be natural that writers of tales, composing with stylus in hand, would retain the characteristics of the earlier, established and accepted pre-literate ‘literature’ that had been composed and circulated orally. Indeed, as with the Iliad or the Odyssey, many of these written compositions were simply transcriptions of tales that had already circulated orally. It is therefore not surprising that the rhymes, repetitions and epithets – which were accepted as the mark of a good story – were expected and carried over into the written form.

By using such definitions, many turns of phrase that might be excluded as formulae by overly stringent definition easily come to light. Casual readers of verse romances will readily recognize such formulae; newcomers might well see the repetitive quality of the word selections. 1330) with twenty identifiable formulae underlined. 12 Of these formulae, eight are repeated two or more times in the text itself (half-lines 1a, 5a, 5b, 7b, 9a/b, 10b, 11a, 12a). Three occur only one other time in the text but are also found in other romances (2b, 3a, 11b).

In reading observe onely such places as stare thee in the face, that are so evident, thy heart cannot looke of them. . In noting the places, set downe under each title only the booke, Chapter, and verse, and not the words, for that will tire thee in the end. . 25 Many more examples of books of advice on how to read the whole Bible through in a year might be cited. In a table appended to A Way to the Tree of Life (1647), John White set out a programme beginning on 1 January, with two or three chapters from the Old Testament and one from the New being read each day up to the middle of September, W.

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