Coptic

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Coptic may refer to:

Afro-Asia[edit]

  • Copts, an ethnoreligious group mainly in the area of modern Egypt but also in Sudan and Libya
  • Coptic language, a Northern Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Egypt until at least the 17th century
  • Coptic alphabet, the script used for writing the Coptic language, encoded in Unicode as:
    • Greek and Coptic, a block of Unicode characters for writing the Coptic language, from which Coptic was disunified in Unicode 4.1
    • Coptic (Unicode block), a block of Unicode characters for writing the Coptic language, introduced in Unicode 4.1
    • Coptic Epact Numbers, a block of Unicode characters for writing Coptic numerals
  • Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria or Coptic Church, the largest Christian church in Egypt and the Middle East
  • Coptic Catholic Church, an Alexandrian Rite particular Church
  • Coptic architecture, the architecture of the Copts
  • Coptic binding or Coptic sewing, methods of bookbinding employed by early Christians in Egypt

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]

  • Copic, a brand of refillable markers