Coptball is a religionball and ethnic group that represents Egyptian Christians, also represents the Coptic Church (both Catholic and Orthodox).


Coptball was born when primitive Christianity came to Alexandria-icon.png Alexandriaball, shortly after the ascension of Jesus Christ and during the reign of the SPQR-icon.png SPQRball in Egypt around 42 AD. From Alexandriaball, Christianity spread throughout Egypt. By the beginning of the 3rd century AD, the Church of Alexandria was recognized as one of Christendom's four Apostolic Sees. He agreed with the Egyptian language (Coptic), which gave rise to the Coptic Patriarchate of Alexandriaball, this lived within the Byzantine-icon.png Byzantine Empireball until it was conquered by the Sultanate Mamlukball and this later by the Ottoman-icon.png Ottoman Empireball.

The Christians Egyptballs (Copts) preserved their language (derived from the ancient Egyptian language) and religion to avoid persecution from radical Muslim Egyptballs. Under Muslim rule, Copts, along with other minority religionballs, paid taxes called jizya, in order to be protected and was an equivalent to zakah in Islam. Copts had little access to political power most of the time and were exempt from military service. But they were allowed to practice their religion unmolested.

Their position improved dramatically under the rule of Muhammad Ali in the early 19th century. He abolished the Jizya and allowed Egyptian Christians (Copts) to enroll in the army. In late 19th century, Coptballs started to be appointed to be judges in Egyptian courts and started earning political rights and representation in government.

Some Copts participated in the Egyptian national movement for independence and occupied many influential positions. Unfortunately for Coptball this period was short time.

Coptballs have faced discrimination after the 1952 coup d'état that transformed Egypt into a republic. Until recently, Christian Egyptballs were required to obtain presidential approval for even minor repairs in churches. Although the law was eased in 2005 by handing down the authority of approval to the governors, Copts continue to face many obstacles and restrictions in building new churches.

Today Egyptball provides Coptballs the best educational services, and Muslim and Copt Egyptballs protested together against the military regime, and both are allowed in participation in government of Egyptball and has equal rights #together_of_bringing_success


He is pretty quiet, besides being friendly.


  • Kemetball. My Daddy was a pagan one who owned Pagan library. He read some sort of symbol writing. Still appreciate him, though he did persecute Jews at one time. Its ok though. Wish to get along with him better.
  •  Egyptball. He hit me and persecuted me. Even so I cannot hate that cheating bastard, now give me rights, we are brothers, we are living among each other despite occasional strife.
  •  Vaticanball. BFF; we parted awhile due to differences, we are reviving the relationship.
  •  Orthodoxyball. Distant and Chalcedonian but close brother; Very similar to the relationship with Vaticanball.
  • Kingdom of Aksum-icon.png Kingdom of Aksumball - Fellow African Orthodox brother. He is a hybrid of my former two slaves Nubia and Israel. He is of Christian though and removes both of those powers if not Christian so I respect him.
  •  Egyptian Paganismball. Former rival. Burned his library and kicked these Pagans Infidels off my sand in the 300's AD, I killing him (or so I thought, as he is of being revived in other countries lately, the dirty heathen).


  • He would like his younger brother was more respected him and considered him.
  • The shield on its flag represents the land of Egypt:
    • The green stripe represents the cause of the Nile and its fertile banks
    • The yellow stripe represents the desert.
    • The blue represents the sky.
    • The red background represents the blood.
  • According to his tongue says is the same as the language spoken by Ancient Egyptball, but uses an alphabet based on the Greek alphabet.

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