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Note from the voyage to France (second incomplete version)

Note from the voyage to France (second incomplete version):
-pencil text on paper
-mounted
-4.8 x 6.5 cm
-[text] 'In the beginning of the / Greek war a french vessel / conveying arms was cap / tured by greek pirates and / taken to Cassot, a small / island near Crete (Candia)'
-[on mount] '4' (pencil note, by Bonomi)

Note on two publications

Note on two publications:
-pencil text on paper
-loose, between Bonomi MSS 4.8 and Bonomi MSS 4.13
-5.2 x 8.2 cm
-[text] 'The Churchman's / companion / Vol 6 / Masters Aldersgate / Scriptural Coincidences / J J Blunt' (pencil note)

Egypt. Island of Philae. Kiosk of Trajan. View

Watercolour view of the Kiosk of Trajan in the Island of Philae (TopBib vi.250):
-watercolour on paper
-loose
-41.4 x 25.6 cm
-[on watercolour] encircled '7' (pencil note, almost certainly by Dr Moss)
-[on verso] 'Philae?' (pencil note, almost certainly not by Bonomi nor Dr Moss)

Harold Parkinson Collection

  • Parkinson MSS
  • Collection
  • 1930-1994

1) Original measured perspective drawing of the tomb of Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings (1978) [corrected version].
2) Drawings of Eighteenth Dynasty tombs (incomplete original set and complete sets of photocopies/prints) (1980s).
3) Prints of the measured perspective drawing of the tomb of Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings (1978) [version with error].
4) Drawings of reconstructions of Egyptian boats (1993-4).
5) Models, plaster and resin molds and casts for plaque depicting scene from lid of box from the tomb of Tutankhamun (c. 1979) - the plaque is being sold in the British Museum shop since late 1990s (copyright issued in the late 1990s for a while, then reissued c. 2010).
6) Model, plaster and resin molds and casts for the mask of Tutankhamun (1978).
7) Models, plaster and resin molds and casts for small figurines (2 seated Isis suckling Horus, Bes amulet and scarab, 1970s).
8) Album of newspaper cuttings entitled "Illustrations", mostly from the Illustrated London News, bound in illustrated binding by Harold Parkinson (c. 1930).
9) Drawings of reconstructions of the Theban tomb-chapel of Nebamun, now in the British Museum in London, including sketches, tracings and a measured perspective acrylic (1997) [by Richard B. Parkinson].

Parkinson, Harold

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

Twenty-First Dynasty

'Studies in the Chronology of the Twenty-first Dynasty' Part II. Draft of an unfinished article with notes on the High Priests of Amun, Herihor, Piankh etc.

Development of Egyptian Coffins

Manuscript of an article, a study on the development of Egyptian coffins with an analysis of their texts, 124 pages.
-Manuscript, an outline on the development of Egyptian coffins, Černý MSS 5.9
-Slip index, created during the preparation of the manuscript, Černý MSS 5.10

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.

Graffiti from sites in Sudan

9 copies of texts and transcriptions, handwritten.
Mostly transcriptions of Middle Kingdom graffiti (rock inscriptions), from Hieroglyph Hill, Abd el-Qadir, West Bank, Nubia. See TopBib vii.140.

Translations

36 groups of material on translations, commented translations and notes.
Translations mainly of papyri and monuments.

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