Martyrs, Coptic Copts Coptic Church History Martyrs Martyrs--Cult Persecution Roman Empire Persian Empire Persians Romans Christianity Christian converts Churches Cities and towns Diocletian, Emperor of Rome, 245-313 Nero, Emperor of Rome, 37-68 Trajan, Emperor of Rome, 53-117 Paganism Arab Conquest of Egypt Arabs Islam Muslim converts from Christianity Muslims Saints Synaxarion Coptic language Arabic language Hermits Monks Monasteries Deacons Asceticism Alexandria (Egypt) Catechetical School of Alexandria Women Bishops Jerusalem Clement, of Alexandria, Saint, ca. 150-ca. 215 Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260- ca. 340 Schools Soldiers Military Julian, the Apostate, 331-363 Constantine I, Emperor of Rome, d. 337 Patriarchs and patriarchate Angels Miracles Virginity Nile River Akhmīm (Egypt) Basilides Music Priests Politics Magic Magicians Maximian, Emperor of Rome, ca. 240-310 Valerian, Emperor of Rome Hadrian, Emperor of Rome, 76-138 Pachomian monasticism Pachomius, Saint Cairo (Egypt) Jews Healing Heliopolis (Egypt : Extinct city) Sacraments Bible. O.T Armenians Ptolemaic dynasty, 305-30 B.C Syrians Macarius, the Egyptian, Saint, 4th cent Nuns Antioch (Turkey) Syria Arians Fayyūm (Egypt) Council of Nicaea (1st: 325) Origen Physicians Missionaries
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