The Coptic language is the last phase of the Egyptian languages, and is
the direct descendant of the ancient Egyptian language written in the
hieroglyphic, hieratic, and demotic scripts. The Coptic alphabet is
written in a slightly modified form of the Greek alphabet, with some
letters (which vary from dialect to dialect) deriving directly from
demotic. As a living language of daily conversation, Coptic flourished
from circa AD 200 to 1100. It survives today as the liturgical language of
the Coptic Orthodox Church.
Want more than just to pronounce
The site has information about a Bohairic Coptic Grammar book and links from which the book can be bought.
Coptic Languages/Compilers/Tools Software
Pronunciation of Ancient Egyptian
Coptic Language Software and Coptic Language Products
The Christian Coptic Orthodox Network Archives
Die koptisch-orthodoxe Kirche
in der Schweiz
ASSOCIATION FOR COPTIC STUDIES.
Directory Of The Coptic Orthodox Churches In Europe
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