Imprimir vista previa Cerrar

Mostrando 985 resultados

Descripción archivística
Percy Edward Newberry Collection Inglés
Imprimir vista previa Ver :

9 resultados con objetos digitales Muestra los resultados con objetos digitales

Photographs of statues

Photographs and postcards of statues from museums, mostly Cairo Museum. The photographs have been identified during previous archival processing with Topographical Bibliography references written on the back.

Includes:
-Green schist statue of Mentuhotep VI (TopBib 800-440-100) (British Museum, EA 65429)
-Head of Amun with features of Tutankhamun (TopBib 802-049-080) (Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art, E.5698)
-Psammethek in front of Hathor Cow [postcard] (TopBib iii.671) (Cairo Museum, 784)
-Senenmut with Princess Neferure (TopBib ii.134) (Cairo Museum, 42114)
-Nufer [postcard] (TopBib iii.723) (Cairo Museum, CG 145)
-Head of Tii (also known as head of Mut) [postcard] (TopBib ii.84)
-Ramesses IV with captive [postcard]
-Head, possibly Amenophis I (TopBib ii.72) (Cairo Museum, JE 52364)
-Statues previously in the Amherst Collection
-Block Statue of Vizier User (TopBib ii.127) (Louvre Museum, A.127)
-Statuette of Reshef (TopBib 802-044-250) (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 89.2.215)
-Bust of Iker (TopBib i.651) (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 26.7.1393)
-Statue of a boar (British Museum, 51094)
-Painted statues of Prince Rahotpu and his wife Princess Nofrit (TopBib iv.91) (Cairo Museum, 3 and 4)
-Sesostris I (TopBib iv.84) (Cairo Museum, CG 44951)
-Wehebre (TopBib iv.47) (Cairo Museum, CG 672)
-Anubis [postcard] (TopBib iv.26A) (Cairo Museum, CG 38517)
-Ptah [postcard] (TopBib iii.833) (Cairo Museum, CG 38429)
-Statue called The Cheikh-el-Beled or head man of the Village [postcard] (TopBib iii.459) (Cairo Museum, CG 34)
-Osiris and Isis (TopBib iii.670) (Cairo Museum, CG 38884 and 38358)
-Statuettes from tomb of Hesi (TopBib iii.286) (Cairo Museum, JE 72225-6)
-Triple statue of Mersuankh (TopBib iii.270) (Cairo Museum, JE 66618)
-Statue of a female brewer (TopBib iii.270) (Cairo Museum, JE 66624)
-Face of male statue (TopBib iii.268) (Cairo Museum, JE 66625)
-Triple statue of man standing from tomb of Mersu'ankh (TopBib iii.268) (Cairo Museum, JE 66616)
-Triple statue of Rawer (TopBib iii.266) (Cairo Museum, JE 66615)
-Khafre [postcard] (TopBib iii.22) (Cairo Museum, CG 14)
-Head of Taharqa (TopBib ii.533) (Cairo Museum, CG 560)
-Colossus of Merneptah [postcard] (TopBib ii.448) (Cairo Museum, CG 607)
-Tuthmosis III [postcard] (TopBib ii.137) (Cairo Museum, CG 42053)
-Incomplete group statue of Ramesses III crowned by Horus (TopBib ii.526) (CG 629 and 1100)
-Tueris as hippopotamus [postcard] (TopBib ii.285-286) (Cairo Museum, CG 39145)
-Double statue of Sennufer and wife Sentnay with daughter Mutnefert (TopBib ii.283) (Cairo Museum CG 42126
-Amenophis II [postcard] (TopBib ii.282) (Cairo Museum, CG 39394)
-Senenmut (TopBib ii.262) (Cairo Museum, CG 579)
-Dhout [postcard] (TopBib ii.202) (Cairo Museum, CG 42123)
-Pedeamun-nebnesuttaui (TopBib ii.155) (Cairo Museum, JE 36908)
-Pedamenopet (TopBib ii.154) (Cairo Museum, JE 37341)
-Harkhebi (TopBib ii.150) (Cairo Museum, CG 42231)
-Nekhtefmut (TopBib ii.148) (Cairo Museum, CG 42207)
-Neferpert [postcard] (TopBib ii.144-5) (Cairo Museum, CG 42121)
-Queen Esi (TopBib ii.144) (Cairo Museum, CG 42072)
-Bronze schilbe fish from the top of a standard (British Museum, EA37449)
-Syria (Los Angeles County Museum of Art, M.45.3.121)

Religion and Culture

This group of material relates to ancient Egyptian religion and culture including Newberry's research on the cults of ancient Egypt and so-called 'Arts of Life' such as making fire and keeping bees.

Research material on personal and place names

Research material on personal and place names. It appears the folder may have been reused as there is the reference PEN/G.IV/F.E on the cover which has been crossed out and inside the folder there is a list titled PEN/G.IV/F.E on tomb scenes, which does not relate to the contents.

The folder contains:
-Card catalogue and notes on personal names. The cards include hieroglyph transcriptions for personal names, variations of names, and references to occurences and published sources. There are small and large cards. The large cards appear to have been organised alphabetically and some of the smaller cards have been inserted accordingly.
-Card index titled 'Hieroglyphic' on personal names. Cards include hieroglyphs, their transcription, published sources, and notes on their meaning.
-Notebook containing notes in German on hieroglyphs, possibly personal names. The title page lists the following publications: Hoffman, Konrad, 'Die theophoren Personennamen des älteren Ägyptens' (1915) (OEB 141591) and Sethe, Kurt, 'Untersuchungen zur Geschichte und altertumskunde Äegyptens' (1896) (OEB 150123).
-Envelope containing notes on Ranke, Hermann, 'Keilschriftliches Material zur Altägyptischen Vokalisation' (1910) (OEB 147958).
-Envelope containing loose notes on personal names.
-Envelope containing notes relating to names including on minerals and stones, compounds with King's names, animal names, and names relating to deities.
-Loose notes on personal and place names.

Notes on inscribed objects

Includes:
-Cutting of an image of a clay sealing
-Notes on Morgan, J., 'L'Humanité prehistorique', Paris 1924 (OEB 145667)
-Notes on bow from the tomb of Tutankhamun
-Notes on a chisel ended arrow head in Woolley, 'Excavations at Ur, 1929-30', (London, 1930) p.387
-Handwritten and typed up notes on the Gebel el 'Arak knife handle (Louvre Museum, E 11517) (TopBib v.107).
-Typed and handwritten notes on types of predynastic pottery
-Notes on model sarcophogus in the Museum of Cairo

Photographs of stelae

Photographs of stelae including from the Amherst collection. The photographs have been identified during previous archival processing and museum reference numbers and Topographical Bibliography references have been written on the back.

Includes:
-Stela, Amenophis IV, Queen and three princesses (Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 14145) (TopBib iv.232)
-Stela of Amenophis III, granite, originally in his Temple (Cairo Museum, CG 34025) (TopBib ii.447)
-Ankh-hathor, Prophetess of Hathor Mistress of the Sycamore in all her places, and of Neith North of the Wall Opener of the Ways, temp. Userkaf or later (Princeton University Art Museum) (TopBib iii.746)
-Two stelae of Mentuhotpi (Liverpool Merseyside County Museum, M.25.11.05.178) (TopBib v.165A) and (Liverpool Institute of Archaeology, E.67) (TopBib v.165A)
-Stela of Ipep (TopBib v.165A)
-Stela of Djedetemiuefankh (Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio, 1920.1977
-Kaemmedu, Overseer of interpreters, false door with figure in high relief (Copenhagen Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, 1549) (TopBib i.803)
-Stela of Meritneit (Cairo Museum, JE 34550) (TopBib v.82)
-Family stela of Zeamunefankh (Cairo Museum, 43197) (TopBib i.619)
-Stela of Remenyankh (Cairo Museum, 20571) (TopBib v.267)
-Stela of Amenuser (Mrs Josephine Fisher Private Collection) (TopBib v.67)
-Stela of Hatiay (Cairo Museum, temporary number 2.11.24.1) (TopBib v.58A)
-Upper part of false door, west wall of tomb of Rehotp (British Museum, 1242) (TopBib iv.91)
-Stela of Miy (Brussels Cinquantenaire Museum, E5300) (TopBib v.99)
-Stela of Ken with Ahmosi (Berlin Museum 14200) (TopBib iv.59)
-Stela of Akhmim (Baltimore Museum, 23.124) (TopBib v.23)
-Three stelae of Senusret (Louvre Museum, C16-18)
-Stela of Titi (Cambridge Fitzwilliam Museum E.1.1840) (TopBib 803-028-430)
-Stela of Nubkas (Louvre Museum, C13)
-Stela of Senbi (Liverpool Merseyside County Museum, M.13635)
-Stela of Senen (Liverpool Merseyside County Museum, M.13661)
-Stela, including hand copy of inscriptions (Cairo Museum, CG 20724)
-Stela of Rawer from the Giza necropolis in situ (Cairo Museum, JE 66626) (TopBib iii.67(22)) (PEN/G.IV/F.B)

Stelae from the Amherst Collection:
-Stela of [Har]emhab (Leiden Museum, F.1926/1.1) (TopBib 803-049-812)
-Stela of Ptahemsaf (Wilborg Collection) (TopBib iii.748)
-Stela of Huy (Metropolitan Museum of Art, 21.2.67)
-Stela, possibly of Webenameniotef
-Panel of false door of Sonb, Giza (TopBib iii.302)

Photographs of sarcophagi

Photographs of sarcophagi, including from the Amherst collection, and one photograph of an offering table.

The photographs have been identified during previous archival processing with museum references and Topographical Bibliography references written on the back.

Includes:

Fragment of a sarcophagus naming Unnefer (TopBib iii.763A)

An early Ptolemaic coffin later in the Brummer collection

Sarcophagus of Ay (Cairo Museum, JE 72131) (TopBib i.551)

Sarcophagus of Kamy [postcard] (Brooklyn Museum, 37.15E) (TopBib i.822)

Research notes on religion

Research material relating to religion in ancient Egypt, including notes housed in an envelope on Alan Gardiner's entry 'Egypt: Ancient Religion' in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition (1911).

Includes draft contents page for a publication which correlates with the subject of the notes:

The Cults of Ancient Egypt

  1. Introduction

  2. Totemism and Survivals of Totemism: Syncretism

  3. Evolution of the Anthropological God

  4. Temple and Priesthood

  5. The Egyptian belief in a Future life and belief in the Soul

  6. Cults: 1. Stone Cults 2. Trees and Plants 3. Animal Cults a) quadrupeds b) birds c) reptiles d) Insects 4. Split totems 5. Artificial Objects

  7. Cosmic Deities: The Egyptian Cosmos

  8. Evolution of Ethical Ideas

  9. Egyptian Religion and its influence on the ancient world

Images of bee-keeping and honey production

Plates of photographs and drawings relating to bees, bee-keeping and the production of honey, which appear to be ready for publication.

Includes:

-Photograph and drawing of a scene from the east wall of the sun temple of Neuserre (TopBib iii.321) showing the production of honey (Egyptian Museum of Berlin, E 20035)

-Photograph of a published copy of inscriptions from tomb TT100 Rekhmire (TopBib i.211(14)) showing the production of honey

-Photograph of a published copy of inscriptions from the tomb of Pabasa (TopBib i.358) showing bee-keeping

Photographs of objects

Photographs of objects including reliefs, rock inscriptions, busts, statues, pots, jewellery, furniture, vases, palettes, bricks, wand, daggers, chariot side and obelisks.

Includes photographs of:
-Copy of inscriptions by Robert Hay on a slab of stone from the tomb of a Royal Scribe (British Museum)
-Jamb from tomb of Maya (Rochester University Memorial Art Gallery, New York, 42.55) (TopBib iii.661)
-Stela of Sobekhotep III (TopBib vii.277)
-Head of Amenophis III (Berlin Museum, 21299) (TopBib iv.203)
-Wooden kohl-pot in form of kneeling man with vase on head (Cairo Museum, JE 31382)
-Three Naqada pots in the Ashmolean from Flinders Petrie’s 1895 Excavations (Ashmolean Museum, 1895.591, 1895.592 and 1895.583)
-Jewellery in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
-Egyptian Chair (Brooklyn Museum, 37.40E)
-Vase of Memeptah (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 23.5)
-Bricks of Amenophis I and Ahmosi Nefertere (TopBib ii.343)
-Ebony wand with names and titles of King Meryebre Khety (TopBib iv.258) (Cairo Museum, JE 42835)
-Palette with hunting-scene (two fragments at British Museum, 20790, 20792) (one fragment at Louvre Museum, E. 11254)
-Bracelet of Ahmose I (Cairo Museum, CG 52069) (TopBib i.600)
-Bed (Cairo Museum, CG 51110) (TopBib i.564)
-Chair of Teye (Cairo Museum, CG 51112) (TopBib i.563)
-Label of King Den (British Museum, 55586) (TopBib v.84)
-Dagger hilt of Nehemen (Cairo Museum, CG 52768) (TopBib iii.552)
-Dagger of Asmosis (Cairo Museum, CG 52658) (TopBib i.601)
-Pectoral of Ahmosi I (Cairo Museum, 52004) (TopBib i.600)
-Piece of wood with name of Khui (Cairo Museum, JE 43108) (TopBib iv.259)
-Mummified hawk’s head (Cairo Museum, CG 14717) (TopBib v.191)
-Chariot of Tuthmosis IV (Cairo Museum, CG 46097) (TopBib i.560)
-Cubit-measure, Nakhy (Liverpool Museum, M.13825) (TopBib i.748)
-Obelisk of Hatshepsut (Cairo Museum, CG 17012) (TopBib ii.218)
-Two wooden tablets ('Carnarvon Tablets') with hieratic texts (JE 43261 and JE 56802) (TopBib i.618-9)
-Photographs of a naos previously part of the Amherst collection (Copenhagen Museum, AE.IN 1555)
-Photograph of a model boat (Cairo Museum, CG 4918) (TopBib iv.265)
-Photograph titled on the back 'rectangular upright oblong box' (Cairo Museum, CG 51034)
-Two photographs of a jar and small mummy (Cairo Museum, CG 51018-21; CG 51022) (TopBib i.563)

Research notes relating to religion and culture

Various research notes relating to religion and culture. Includes:
-typed paragraph on the dessication of the Sahara Plateau
-a note on bukalamun
-a footnote relating to Moringa
-typed notes relating to the olive and the use of olive oil
-note on the administration of justice
-notes on titles
-notes on expressions in hieroglyphs including to filter and negative expressions
-notes on the offering formula

Extracts from and notes on classical authors

Typed and handwritten extracts from and notes on classical authors.

Includes:
-Typed and handwritten extracts from Claudius Aelianus, 'De Natura Animalium' ('On the Characteristics of Animals'), a collection of seventeen books on natural history. Extracts are headed with book and verse numbers and there are handwritten notes in the margins.
-Extracts from Hellanicus Lesbius, Lucian and Porphyry of Tyre.
-Handwritten index, mainly of plants and animals, to the Deipnosophistae by Athenaeus of Naucratis
-Handwritten index to 'Bibliotheca Historica' by Diodorus Siculus
-Typed notes on Diodorus Siculus
-Handwritten index to work by Plutarch
-Handwritten index to Geographica by Strabo
-Typed notes on Clement of Alexandria
-Extracts from works by Lucian

Drafts on gold and minerals

Includes: drafts on gold working, minerals and lapis lazuli; draft letter to Sir Henry George Lyons on gold beating, 27 May 1925; and notes on malachite used for eye paint.

Copies of papyri and texts

Handwritten copies and translations of papyri. Notes by Diana Magee suggest that these are second hand copies or copies of copies done by somebody else.

Includes:

-Handwritten copy of the text and translation of 'The Destruction of Mankind' (PEN/G.II/E.G.)

-Handwritten translation of Papyrus Berlin 9784

-Handwritten copy of British Museum Medical Papyrus mentioning name of Khufu and tracing (PEN/G.II/E.F.)

-Handwritten copy of the Tale of the Eloquent Peasant

-Handwritten notes and extracts including chronology from 'Obeliscus pamphilius' by Athanasius Kircher (1650).

-Extract in Coptic titled 'Sections of Acts of Apostles missing in Hosner supplied by the MS of Chester Beatty'.

Lord Northampton's Excavation Diary

Diary titled by Newberry 'The Theban Necropolis - Excavations 1898-1899 - Account of Men's wages for the Marquis of Northampton'.

Front section contains lists of men, the days worked and their wages.

On the front page of the diary Newberry has written 'Small service is true service whilst it lasts - of friends however humble scorn not one - The daisy by the shadow that it casts - Protects the lingering dew drop from the sun' and below 'If by such rose we see - A thorn there grows - Strive that no thorn shall be - Without its rose'.

Diary contains a brief daily log of activities and details of payments made, 1 January 1899 to 9 April 1899.

This item has been digitised and transcribed.

Calling cards

Photographs or calling cards of members of Newberry's extended family. Some are named on the back by Newberry with a note on genealogy. Includes photographs of: Newberry's mother Sarah Newberry, 1905; Newberry's Uncle F.J. Newberry; Newberry's Grandfather F.W. Newberry; Mrs Sarah Pine born Kenward (1790-?); Mrs Thomas Kenward; William Munk; James Newberry (1781-); Elizabeth Newberry (1791-); Thomas Kenward (1788-); Mrs James Newberry born Dixy. Also includes receipt for 12 calling cards, 1867.

Album of newspaper cuttings

Album of newspaper cuttings relating to the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun, excavation of the tomb and finds. The album includes a partial index. Roughly half of the album has been filled.

Newspaper cutting

Large newspaper cutting from the Sunday Times, Australia, 1885 on some of Lord George Carnarvon's 'treasures' coming to Australian museums.

Drafts on the predynastic period, nomes, ensigns and emblems

Drafts relating to the predynastic period, nomes, ensigns and emblems.

Includes:
-Two versions of a contents page for a publication to be titled ‘The Cults of Predynastic Egypt’, one of which includes the sub-heading ‘A study of the Cults of Predyn[astic] Eg[ypt] As shown in the Decorated Pots of the Second Civil[isation] of Predyn[astic] Eg[ypt] fully illustrated by slides of the ensigns fig[ured] at the mast heads of boats of the period the Scorpion King s Macehead and on Slate Palettes and maps to show their foreign distribution’.
-Several versions of drafts relating to Dr Elise Baumgartel's disagreement with Newberry’s identification of the harpoon ensign in Baumgartel, Elise J. 1947. The cultures of prehistoric Egypt. Oxford: Griffith Institute; Oxford University Press (OEB 18)
-Two handwritten drafts titled ‘The Harpoon Ensigns’ as well as tracings and draft plates
-Draft relating to Scharff, 'Some Prehistoric Vases in the British Museum', in the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology XIV (1928) (OEB 14965)
-Handwritten draft on boats in predynastic Egypt including a table showing occurences of nome ensigns or standards. Also includes reference to a rock drawing of a sailing vessel, published in Winkler, H. A., Rock-Drawings of Southern Upper Egypt, Volume 1, plate viii., 1939 (OEB 152765).
-Draft titled 'Cult-signs of the Predynastic Period' with details of occurrences of the signs, also includes traced map showing distribution of predynastic cults, tracings of Andjety and notes on his link to the goat, and notes on the pomegranate tree
-Draft on an ensign on a small pot figured in Morgan, J. de 1896. Recherches sur les origins de l'Égypte: l'âge de la pierre et les métaux, plate ix, no.3. Paris: Ernest Leroux (OEB 145678) and other similar examples which according to Newberry are inaccurate
-Cutting of abstract of Newberry, P.E., 'Remarks on some early Egyptian cults', in Transactions of the Third International Congress for the History of Religions, (Oxford, 1908) (OEB 146392)
-Draft titled 'Ensigns figured on pots of the Second Civilisation of the Predynastic Period' with notes
-Drafts relating to the geographical distribution of cults
-Sections of drafts relating to the Tehenu or Libyan Palette (Cairo Museum, CG 14328)
-Revised draft of 'The Petty-Kingdom of the Harpoon and Egypt's earliest Mediterranean Port', in Annals of Archaeology and Anthropology, Volume I, pp.17-22 (1908) (OEB 146389)
-Draft plates for Newberry, P.E., 'The Egyptian Cult-object [R22] and the Thunderbolt', in Annals of Archaeology and Anthropology, Volume 3, pp.50-2 (1910) (OEB 146356)

Resultados 901 a 930 de 985