The Ethiopian Coptic Bible: The 18th-century Ethiopian Coptic Ge'ez Bible. (Paperback)
From the fourteenth century to the late nineteenth century, Coptic in Ethiopian handwriting Ge'ez Bibles were printed in Ethiopia, the first independent African country.
In the fourth century, when Christianity first arrived in Ethiopia, Syrian missionaries first translated the Bible into Ge'ez, the tongue of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church.
To know more about the 18th century Ethiopian Coptic Geez Bible, history of the Geez language, how the Bible was translated into Geez, the ancient Garima gospels, the first illustrated Christian manuscript, the first book of Enoch and why it is not recognized by the Coptic Orthodox Church as a scripture and as a component of the old testament.
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