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The Smithsonian Channel has pushed backed the broadcast to an unspecified date, while further tests on the Coptic script are carried out, the BBC reported.
The "Gospel of Judas," a papyrus manuscript discovered in the 1970s in a cave in the remote Egyptian desert at El Minya, has recently been translated from the original Coptic script into English, under the auspices of the National Geographic Society (whose website promotes it as "...one of the most significant finds of the last century").
(3.) For a commentary on the nature of these twelve books in Coptic script discovered In Egypt in the twentieth century, see MacRae, who writes in his introduction to "The Thunder, Perfect Mind" that it is "a revelation discourse delivered by a female revealer in the first person (containing) various exhortations to hear and reflect, and reproaches for failing to do so" (271).