Computer-Assisted Translation of Egyptian-Coptic into Greek

Argyro Kontogianni, Theodoros Ganetsos, Panagiotis Kousoulis & Evangelos C. Papakitsos
Purpose - The Coptic language is the final evolutionary stage of Ancient Egyptian, firstly attested in the 1st century CE (Old Coptic) until the 16th century CE, which survives nowadays as the liturgical language of the Coptic Orthodox Church. Egyptian-Coptic had been transliterated through the alphabetization of written Egyptian, based on the Greek script. In this work, the designing of a software tool is presented, for the computer-assisted learning and translation of Egyptian-Coptic into Greek....
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