International Association for Coptic Studies (IACS)
Association internationale des études coptes
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Founded 1976, Cairo (Egypt), during the Colloquium on the Future of Coptic Studies, following on the work of the (Egyptian) 'Société d'Archéologie Copte' which was founded in 1934 as 'Association des Amis des Eglises et de l'Art Coptes', and 'Nag Hammadi Codices Editing Project'.
Encourage and contribute to the progress of all aspects of Coptic studies; promote international cooperation; advance information dissemination; facilitate full access to and the rapid publication of source materials; identify priorities for research.
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'Addition of Coptic to Unicode' - project to design a standard Coptic computer font based on Unicode.
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