... to the webpages of the Seminar for Egyptology and Coptic Studies, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.
Since 1867 Göttingen has had a tradition of studying and researching the history, culture, and religion of Pharaonic and Christian Egypt and the Egyptian-Coptic language. Today's students can obtain a B.A. in "Egyptology and Coptic Studies" or a B.A. in "Ancient Cultures". An M.A. or PhD degree can be pursued in both Egyptology and Coptic Studies. We welcome guests and students from other areas to our courses.
You are invited to visit or contact us: our institute is located on the 2nd floor of the Centre for Cultural Studies, Heinrich-Düker-Weg 14. You will find a list of telephone and fax numbers on our "staff" page.
GM 248 (2016) is now available! Please click "here" for the table of contents.
Furthermore we are pleased to be able to present the 2nd volume of our new Occasional Studies series, which
is dedicated to the Bentresh Stela from Thebes:
Heike Behlmer, Frank Feder and Ute Pietruschka (eds.), Digitale Edition der koptisch-sahidischen Septuaginta: Fragestellungen und Herausforderungen. Beiträge zur internationalen Tagung vom 26./27. April 2013 im Koptischen Kloster der Jungfrau Maria und des Heiligen Mauritius in Höxter-Brenkhausen. Vol. 1 (free download here).
The present volume contains papers of an international conference held at the Coptic monastery Höxter-Brenkhausen in April 2013 in honour of the 75th birthday of Peter Nagel, the doyen of Coptic Septuagint research. The conference built on the scientific work of Peter Nagel, reevaluated research results on the Coptic Old Testament and offered fresh perspectives for further research.