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Composition with Classical(?) bust surrounded by Egyptian royal cartouches (Sesonchis, Alexander, Ramesses II, Ptolemy, Cleopatra and Khufu) and references to the twelve months of the year

Composition with Classical(?) bust surrounded by Egyptian royal cartouches (Sesonchis, Alexander, Ramesses II, Ptolemy, Cleopatra and Khufu) and references to the twelve months of the year:
-pencil sketch on tracing paper
-mounted, together with Bonomi MSS 49.23 and Bonomi MSS 49.24
-11.3 x 18.9 cm

Conway, Martin - correspondence

Correspondence from Martin Conway including relating to the Hood collection; research interests and requesting information on various items. Two telegrams urging Newberry to persuade Carter to stop legal proceedings against the Egyptian Government, 1924.

Note:
MSS 9/67 is also numbered 372
MSS 9/68 is also numbered 372a

Cook, Beatrice - correspondence

Correspondence from Beatrice Cook to Newberry and Mrs Newberry including on the health of Mrs Newberry; travel in Egypt; auctions.

Note:
MSS 9/72 is also numbered 219a
MSS 9/75 is also numbered 219
MSS 9/76 is also numbered A.70

Cooney, John D. - correspondence

Correspondence between John D. Cooney (Brooklyn Museum) and Newberry including on: predynastic pottery with boats; requesting information from Newberry on items in the Amherst collection to be auctioned as well as other sale catalogues; purchase of cylinders and scarabs; Kelekian collection.

Copies (Varia)

Vienna K 76, 106, 4734
Berlin P 9109 (P 11349 = missing in May 1957), P 10589, P 11938
Grenfell, fragments from Oxyrhynchus 1904
EEF papyri from Deir el Bahari (?) in Bodley
Brunton Matmar 1932. Pottery
P. Columbia 7
Chicago MH 585 (Medinet Habu)
Papyrus belonging to E. Mackay
Ashmolean 1942 - 65 Gunn’s copy
EES ostracon - fragment from Antinoe
Frankfurt 43, copy by Spiegelberg
Louvre E. 14251, 14250 - copies by Drioton
Ostracon sent by Lefort
Papyrus Merton
Fragments B. H. Stricker with letter, 1935
Bath Museum, 3 fragments
Hogarth papyrus now in Bodleian - MS. Copt c 48 (p)
Strygowsky’s copy of a Coptic cryptogram
Rylands, protocol
Papyrus fragment offered to Coptic Mus. Cairo in 1936
Leather fragment Olim C. Schmitt
British Library Or.: 6201, 6202, 6204, and 6206 (notes); 6203 and 9270 (copies)
Michigan P 3541
Stobart papyri
2 ostraca belonging to Prof. Steindorff
Papyrus belonging to S. de Ricci
P. Golenischeff 47 (Leningrad)
Strasbourg ostraca, notes & letter from Spiegelberg, 1901
Fragments protocols from Aphrodito papyri (?) B.M. - photograph
Copies of Demotic ostraca & Demotic notes (transferred from Gardiner MSS).

Copies of Aswan and First Cataract inscriptions

Envelope labelled 'Aswan and Cataract Inscriptions' and numbered A.106.

Envelope includes copies of rock inscriptions at Aswan. Also includes four photographs of numbered rock inscriptions (photographs taken from a distance and inscriptions not clearly visible).

Description from Harris catalogue:

Transcription headed "Keep in Aswan and Cataract inscriptions" A.106. Transcription from Urk. IV, 89. Copy of an inscription of a royal son of Kushtemp. Seti I from Cat. De Morgan, 177. 11 pages of copied inscriptions from Aswan, Sehel, etc., some from publications - some may have been done on the spot? Pages from a notebook with inscriptions and sketches headed: Aswan tombs - Elephantine Museum garden: stelae, statues and other objects. Copies from blocks and stelae evidently from roads in the district. One headed 'end of Aswan Road by Shellal near Ba (Many others with similar types, Aswan , Sehel, Bigeh.) Inscriptions from de Morgan: Aswan, p.4O, no.174. XIII, 334. Sehel, p.90. no.79. de Morgan, p.38, no.157; p.26, no.188, no.189. Four pages of inscriptions from Aswan Tombs and many more from Aswan district. Most of them as though they may have been copied from originals.

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