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Correspondence

Letters numbered 1-470 listed by Warren Dawson in 1953. List in box with letters. A further group of unlisted letters was found in the archives in 1969 and these are now filed alphabetically in a separate group after the numbered letters - list at end of the Dawson catalogue.

Bilingualism

Annotated drafts of a paper for a conference in Trier in 2000, ‘Bilingualism in Late Antique Egypt: The Coptic and Greek evidence’ and an uncorrected copy of ‘Coptic or Greek? Bilingualism in the Papyri’.
Notes.
Annotated photocopies of articles and lectures.

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

Research Notebooks

Percy Newberry's series of notebooks includes notebooks on single subjects, indexed notebooks on a range of subjects and research journals. Many of the notebooks have been numbered (in the form NB followed by a number) by Newberry and are referenced elsewhere in his research notes. As such it appears that these notebooks were used as reference books by Newberry, and they often include lists of bibliographic references for a subject.

Unfortunately it is evident that this series of notebooks is not complete and there are numbered notebooks referred to in Newberry's research material that do not appear to be in the collection.

Journals

The Journals, or more correctly journal-letters, cover 38 seasons, with a date range of 1880-1 to 1928-9, which cover Petrie’s first season in Egypt (measuring the Pyramids at Giza) through to 1928-9 (Petrie’s excavations at Tell Fara in Palestine). There are approximately 5,000 journal pages.

The earlier handwritten Journals are by Petrie, then following his marriage in 1897, much of the writing was compiled by his wife, Hilda.

A basic presentation of three of these journals is available on the Griffith Institute website, see the entries for the first three journals for further information.

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