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Amarna

Amarna Coptic and Greek ostraca and graffiti - text of lecture given in 1995.
Notes.
Transcriptions and translations.
Copies of ostraca.
Correspondence.
Lecture on Ostraca and graffiti excavated at El-‘Amarna, with corrections and comments by Barry Kemp, presented at a conference in Münster in 1996.
OHPs, slides, photographs and photocopies of ostraca from excavations.

Oxyrhynchus

Lecture on Coptic Oxyrhynchus, given at Oxyrhynchus: a city and its texts, Oxford, 18 July, 1998.
A draft of the above paper, with comments by Dorothy Thompson.
A revised version of the same paper for publication.
Notes for 1998 Oxyrhynchus symposium at Oxford, including notes on Prague Museum and Petrie Museum texts.
Annotated photocopied articles, including published Oxyrhynchus texts.
‘Ashmolean Coptic Oxyrhyncha’ - draft catalogue entries.
Transcriptions and translations.
Lists of Greek papyri.
Transcriptions of Oxyrhynchus papyri, by John Tait.
A letter from Yamanaka Ichiro of Kyoto University with an accompanying illustrated list of the Oxyrhynchus material in the University’s collection.

Pachom Archive

Photographs of papyri, annotated photocopied articles, lecture notes entitled: ‘Between Byzantium and Islam: Coptic society as seen through the papyri’ (part of the Cambridge seminar series ‘Scribes and Scribblers: Reading written communication in Late Antiquity and Byzantium’).
Drafts of articles ‘Coptic pre-marriage agreement in the Schøyen collection’ and ‘Schøyen Coptic marriage contract. P. Schøyen ms. 1980’.

Copies of Petrie notebooks and tomb cards

Photocopies of excerpts from selected notebooks with notes on Petrie excavations, compiled by Petrie, J. E. Quibell and H. W. Price.
Microfiches of Petrie notebooks and tomb cards in the archive of the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, University College, London.

Biographical Material

This series includes material created by Newberry as well as material on Newberry created by others. It includes newspaper cuttings, letter lists, diary notes, photographs, as well as material relating to Newberry's genealogical research.

This series also includes Newberry's excavation diary during his work for Lord Northampton from 1898 to 1899.

Research Material

Along with the subject files and notebooks is a large body of research material that does not have any apparent order. It includes several draft manuscripts, card indexes, research notes, tracings, drawings, and photographs. Topics include predynastic Egypt, Egyptian antiquities including scarabs and seals, ancient Egyptian religion as well as relating to research on sites in Egypt including copies of inscriptions, plans and drawings.

In a letter on the transfer of the Newberry collection to the Griffith Institute Archive in 1951 Dr I. E. S. Edwards (Keeper of Egyptian Antiquities at the British Museum) lists: Tracings of tomb inscriptions and decorations (packed in brown trunk); A group of texts and other material dealing with the Second Intermediate Period; and a large collection of "scholar's notes" on various subjects for the most part classified but in some cases merely labelled "Miscellaneous notes". It is this material which now constitutes this series. This material was arranged during previous archival processing according to subject and evidence of this work is still visible by the grouping and labelling of material.

It has been difficult to determine the date of much of this research material. Where a date range is provided it is often based on publications referenced by Newberry in his notes.

Ostraca

867 groups of documentation, mainly for ostraca with hieratic inscriptions, as well as a small number of ostraca with demotic or Coptic inscriptions, or ostraca with figures.
Writing boards with hieratic inscriptions are also included.
Most of the documents are photographs. The rest of the material includes transcriptions, translations, facsimiles, correspondence, annotated off-prints and various notes.

-Museums, Černý MSS 1.1-522 (523-4, numbers not allocated)
-Collections, Černý MSS 1.525-594
-Not identified, Černý MSS 1.595-625
-Miscellaneous, Černý MSS 1.626-830

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