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Jaroslav Černý Collection Séries Inglês
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Notebooks

The majority of the notebooks are A5 or similar. Most of the content is handwritten unless specified otherwise.
Many of the notebooks contain transcriptions of hieratic texts from ostraca, papyri and other objects. Also recorded are transcriptions of graffiti (hieratic and hieroglyphic) and hieroglyphic texts from monuments.
Texts were often copied in situ at sites or in museums and were continually collated. Transcriptions were also made using photographs and publications as source material.
Some notebooks are thematic focusing on economic and social history issues. These subjects include Egyptian administration (nomes), prices, topography (e.g. Deir el-Medîna), etc.
Notebooks compiled from material consulted in Egyptian collections, mostly in European countries and Egypt. Černý visited museums with major collections of hieratic material from Deir el-Medîna, most notably, Museo Egizio, Turin; British Museum, London; [Ägyptisches] Museum, Berlin; and Rijksmuseum, Leiden.
Černý compiled a series of slip-indexes for the transcriptions (slip-indexes, see Černý MSS 23 to 46).

Miscellaneous - slip-index

-Vocabulary, some from Černý, Ostraca hiératiques (Cat. Caire) (OEB 136749).
-Palaeography of hieratic signs from Abusir.
-Texts from mummy wrappings. See Daressy 'Les cercueils des prètres d'Ammon (deuxième trouvaille de Deir el-Bahari)', in ASAE 8 (1907), 3-38 (OEB 137609).
-Index of references to Černý in publications.

Miscellaneous - slip-index

-Prosopographical notes. General
-Prosopographical notes. To the Cambridge Ancient History chapter
-Vocabulary of the Great Inscription of Merneptah
-Egyptian words in other languages
-Vocabulary from various sources
-Lexicographical slips
-Weights and measures

Photographs

277 groups of photographs. Most black and white images. Series includes photographs taken at sites including wall scenes in temples and tombs, and objects in museums, private collections, seen with dealers, location not known and not identified:
-91 groups for sites and wall scenes, Černý MSS 2.1-184, 405-416
-182 groups for objects in museums, private collections, dealers, location not known and not identified, Černý MSS. 2.185-400, 2.417-725
-2 photographs of Oriental Congresses: 1928, Černý MSS 2.401; 1931, Černý MSS 2.402
-2 photographs of Egyptologists: Ludwig Keimer, Černý MSS 2.403; Adolf Erman, Černý MSS 2.404

Graffiti

38 groups of records and notes on graffiti, including tracings, transcriptions and maps.
Notes and indexes mainly for Theban graffiti and the Nubian graffiti.
A set of proofs for a part of Graffiti de la montagne thébaine.
The Theban material largely covers work on the Theban mountain in the 1960s and includes preparation of graffiti lists for publication.
There are also some graffiti Černý consulted for A. J. Arkell in the late 1940s/early 1950s.

Correspondence

Professional and personal correspondence, the majority of letters date between 1946-1970 and are addressed to J. Černý in London, Oxford, Prague and other European, American and Egyptian addresses and locations. The letters contain Egyptological information regarding text readings, translations, exchange of information on objects in museums or in situ, sites and texts.

Texts from objects and sites

299 groups of documentation. Texts from objects in museums, private collections and seen with dealers, and texts from sites including parts of inscriptions in tombs and temples and from in situ objects. Documentation includes photostats, hand-copies, facsimiles, tracings, photographs and notes. The notes include translation reference material, as well as accompanying notes on other aspects of the subject material, such as prosopography.

-Texts from objects, Černý MSS 4.1-256
-Texts from sites, Černý MSS 4.257-288

Papyri

245 groups of documentation for papyri with hieratic inscriptions, and a small number of papyri with demotic inscriptions.
Most of the documents are photographs. The rest of the material consists of transcriptions, translations, colour transparencies, facsimiles, photostats, annotated off-prints, various notes, and a card index for Deir el-Medina papyri.

-Museums, Černý MSS 3.1-283, 3.300-777
-Private collections, Černý MSS 3.778-780, 782-792
-Location not known, Černý MSS 3.792A
-Miscellaneous groups and unidentified locations, Černý MSS 3.794-812
Subsections within series:
-Oracular amuletic decrees, Černý MSS 3.826-875
-Abusir papyri, Černý MSS 876-888
-Love poetry, P. Chester Beatty, Černý MSS 3.781, 793.1-5
-Other love poetry texts, Černý MSS 3.793.6-793.16

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