Although the term Papyrologie applies primarily to the Greek and Latin documents coming from the Egypt gréco-Roman, then Byzantine, one can speak about an Arab papyrology. This one milked of the documents on papyrus or paper written in Arabic after the conquest of Egypt by the Arab starting from 639. The Greek is still employed during some time, even in the Arab chancelleries, then disappears. The Copte survives longer, but made place with the Arab slowly, initially in the profane life, then even in the Christian worship, where the copte is nothing any more but one erudite language related to the religious texts.
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