Coptic language is an Afro-Asiatic language. Spoken in Egypt from about the 2nd century CE, it represents the final stage of the ancient Egyptian language. In contrast to earlier stages of Egyptian, which used hieroglyphic writing, hieratic script, or demotic script, Coptic was written in the Greek alphabet, supplemented by seven letters borrowed from demotic writing.
Coptic also replaced the religious terms and expressions of earlier Egyptian with words borrowed from Greek.
It is written from left-to-right.
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- TEST YOUR MIND
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