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Fig. 90. Coptic inscription in the central dome above the khurus of the main church of Dayr al-Suryān, mentioning, ‘Papa Moses the hegoumenos’, who may possibly be identified as Mushe of Nisibis. Photo: Karel Innemée. See J. van der Vliet, ‘History through inscriptions: Coptic epigraphy in the Wadi al-Natrun’, in Christianity and monasticism in Wadi al-Natrun, ed. M. S. A. Mikhail and M. Moussa (2009), 336–37. See entries: Syriac contacts with Coptic Christianity, Mushe of Nisibis, and Dayr al-Suryān.