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From Christian Egypt to Islamic Egypt: Religion, Identity, and Politics After the Arab Conquest

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The conquest of Egypt by Islamic armies under the command of Amr ibn al-As in the seventh century transformed medieval Egyptian society. Seeking to uncover the broader cultural changes of the period by drawing on a wide array of literary and documentary sources, Maged Mikhail stresses the cultural and institutional developments that punctuated the histories of Christians ...more
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Published 2014 by The American University in Cairo Press (first published December 1st 2012)
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For anyone interested in Egypt, Late Antiquity, or the relations between Christianity and Islam, this book is a must-have. Mikhail offers a comprehensive analysis of the changes that came over Egypt following the Arab Conquest, providing primary source evidence that rejects the traditional nationalistic historiography. The Copts are no longer presented as a monolithic culture that saw the Arab Conquerers as liberators but as a changing group that had internal divisions of their own. The ...more
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