David Tibet Publishes First Academic Paper – Coptic Studies

David Tibet, a non-initiate member of Ordo Templi Orientis’ International OTO Cabinet recently announced that he’ll have his first academic paper published, this based on his translation of Coptic text:

“My first academic paper will be included in a collection of Coptic texts. The book is published in a few weeks. The title of my work is “A Magical Request for Revelation—P.Stras. Inv. Kopt. 550″. It includes my translation of a Coptic text for finding buried treasure, as well as my grammatical analysis of the Coptic text and general commentary on it. I am OverMoon.”

The publisher’s site explains:

“Among the many pools of Coptic document still too poorly known to researchers, the BNU Strasbourg prominently. It even holds treasures for papyrologists. It was therefore desirable for young researchers and their elders lean a little closer to the fund. For a week, nearly thirty specialists have tried to talk ostraca, papyrus, parchment and paper available to them by the officials of the NBU in Strasbourg on the occasion of the Third Summer University in papyrology Coptic. The results of their work, dozens of texts edited and widely commented on, are collected in this volume, with some trials concerning the history of the collection. Many new parts for the history of Egypt in the Arab and Byzantine eras.”



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