This book deals with the architecture and visual arts in late antique early Byzantine Egypt as an organic part of the art of the Mediterranean region in the period between the 3rd and 8th centuries. The richly illustrated book discusses the survival and transformations of Hellenistic themes and forms in the Roman and late antique periods. It also presents a history of Coptic art history.
The Indigenous and the Foreign in Christian Ethiopian Art: On Portuguese-Ethiopian Contacts in the 16th-17th Centuries Klemm, Peri M..
The International Journal of African Historical Studies, Vol. 39, No. 1, 2006
Remembrance of Things Forgotten: Egypt's Valuable Coptic Architecture Has until Recently Been Overlooked but Interest Is Reviving. Maria Golia Writes from Cairo Golia, Maria.
The Middle East, No. 378, May 2007
THE GOSPEL TRUTH ; after Lying Hidden for 1,800 Years, a Coptic Text Has Surfaced, Offering an Explosive Retelling of the Life of Christ. Aided by a Self- Confessed Con-Man, Malcolm Macalister Hall Peers into the Shadiest Corners of the Art Market to Uncover the Amazing Story of the Gospel of Judas Iscariot Hall, Malcolm Macalister.
The Independent on Sunday (London, England), June 5, 2005
10 Great Wonders to See TN Egypt; LIVING MUSEUM: Look out for the Medieval Masterpieces of Cairo STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN: The Pyramids and Sphinx. Right: Karnack, Where There Is a Vast Collection of Shrines PERFECTLY PRESERVED: The Temple Dedicated to the Hawk God Horu
The Mail on Sunday (London, England), January 27, 2008