A digital lexicon of Coptic. Based on dictionary data originally collected by Frank Feder, Maxim Kupreyev and others for the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (Structures and Transformations of the Egyptian Lexicon). Web interface created by Amir Zeldes and Emma Manning at Georgetown University. For more information on the lexicon, see Carrie Schroeder’s blog post on the Coptic Scriptorium website.
A digitized version of W.E. Crum’s Coptic Dictionary from 1939. The copy used for scanning originally belonged to German Egyptologist Hermann Grapow (1885–1967). Websites can easily link to an individual page of this dictionary via:
A select bibliography of the Coptic Bible for the Sahidic dialect. The bibliographical data is currently hosted on Zotero.org and will be made available in various formats in the near future. We also provide links to digitized publications already in the public domain.