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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).

Varia

(a) Cyriacos - his occurrence on letters
(b) Bibliography notes for Chapter VIII
(c) Names, especially Pesynthius, Chapter IX
(d) Churches & monasteries, Chapter V
(e) omitted
(f) map of the Nile from Koptos to Ermant, Chapter V
(g) Thompson’s notes on Theban place names (Demotic) see Chapter V
(h) Notes on the Persian invasion and mention of the Persians in literary and non-literary sources, Chapter IV
(i) Epiphanius - notes on occurrence of this name on papyri and ostraca, Chapter Ix
(j) St. Phoibammon - notes on name and its occurrence

Lord Carnarvon’s papyrus

Copy, notes and photograph of Lord Carnarvon’s papyrus:
Heidelberg: 500, 501, and 579 (notes); 498 and 578 (copies).
Michigan: 136 (a few lines only), 593, and 603 (copies).
Geneva
P. Chassinat

Includes letter from Howard Carter, 1921 and H.J [Herman Junker?], 1916.

Notes on Greek words in Coptic

Mostly notes on Greek words in Coptic with a few other notes especially on points of interest from Bala’izah (P.Bal. [P.E. Kahle, Bala’izah (Oxford, 1954)] and Preisigke SB [F. Preisigke, Sammelbuch griechischer Urkunden aus Ägypten (Wiesbaden, 1963-)].

Varia

(a) Part of the first draft by Mrs Crum of material for Crum’s Coptic Dictionary
(b) Letters by Sir Herbert Thompson with annotations to the Dictionary
(c) One proof-sheet with Crum’s corrections
(d) Varia

Émile Amélineau

Material relating to:
Schenoudi. I : possibly Oeuvres de Schenoudi: texte copte et traduction. Part 1 (Paris, 1907).
Les actes des martyrs de l’Église copte (Paris, 1890) [see also Notebook 20].
Un document copte du XIIIe siècle: Martyre de jean de Phanidjôit (Paris, 1887).

3 publications by E.A.W. Budge

Material relating to:
Budge, E.A.W., Coptic Homilies in the Dialect of Upper Egypt (London, 1910) [see also Notebook 45].
Budge, E.A.W., Coptic Martyrdoms etc. in the Dialect of Upper Egypt (London, 1914).
Budge, E.A.W., The Martyrdom and Miracles of St. George of Cappadocia (London, 1888).

Crum - Wadi Sarga

Material relating to Crum, W.E. and H. I. Bell. Wadi Sarga: Coptic and Greek Texts from the Excavations Undertaken by the Byzantine Research Account (Hauniae, 1922).

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