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By Richardo A. Caminos, Henry G. Fischer

The papers which are the topic of this ebook have been initially awarded at a convention which was once held in Cairo from January fifth to ninth, 1975, and which used to be referred to as "Ancient Egypt: difficulties of heritage, resources and Methods." The convention used to be backed via the Egyptian Antiquities association in collaboration with the yankee learn heart in Egypt and the collage Museum, collage of Pennsylvania.

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And these two brigands whom you see, one of them will be crucified on my right hand, and the other on my left hand. " Not far away, about eight kilometers south of Meir, the holy family discovered a well, though it was dried up. But when the Holy Virgin took Jesus to the well and he stretched out his ringer and blessed it, it became full. While searching around, Salome came upon a wash basin and a water jug, as if they had been placed there specifically for them. It was always Salome who bathed Jesus and his mother who gave him milk.

Saint Epiphanius, bishop of Constantia (Salamis) in Cyprus, visited Egypt, and after his return to Palestine, he became hegumen of a monastery that he founded near Eleutheropolis in Judea. Saint Basil the Great, bishop of Caesarea and founder of many monastic institutions in Asia Minor, derived his knowledge of monasticism from the monks and hermits he visited in Syria and Egypt. Like Christianity, monasticism was introduced into Ethiopia from Egypt. In 480, Saint Aragawi, who is said to have received his habit from Saint Pachomius, founded the celebrated monastery at Debra Damo.

In the Church of the Holy Virgin at Musturud, about three kilometers west of Matariya, on the western bank of the Ismailia Canal, there is to this day a well blessed by the holy family. The well is situated in the northeast corner of the church, east of a cave where the holy family found shelter. Stairs from the east and the west lead down to the cave, to which thousands of people come for the annual fair (mulid] held August 7-22. 28 Two Thousand Tears of Coptic Christianity From al-Mahamma, the holy family's next halting place was Leontopolis, known today as the ruins of Tell al-Yahudiya and referred to in old Roman maps as Vicus Judaeorum.

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