Showing 985 results

Archivní popisy
Percy Edward Newberry Collection Angličtina
Print preview View:

9 výsledků s digitálními objekty Show results with digital objects

Moss, Rosalind Louisa Beaufort - correspondence

Correspondence from Rosalind Louisa Beaufort Moss relating to her work at the Griffith Institute and research for the Topographical Bibliography. Includes research on Princess Ahmose Hentempet, early travellers in Egypt, Queen Khnemtnefert-hezet, as well as seeking information on Egyptian antiquities, and collections of antiquities and manuscripts.

Also includes letter relating to Charles Wilkinsons' work in Iran (1941) and cataloguing the papers of William John Bankes which were donated to the Griffith Institute.

Also includes draft replies from Newberry including relating to a sketchbook belonging to Sir Charles Barry, the papers of Bankes, and photographs from the tomb of Tutankhamun.

Also includes letter of thanks to Newberry's wife Essie.

Note:
MSS 31/29 is also numbered 52
MSS 31/31 is also numbered 228

Mountford, James Frederick - correspondence

Letter from James Frederick Mountford (Vice-Chancellor, Liverpool University) on candidates for the Brunner Chair Egyptology, and draft reply from Newberry on the merits of Herbert Walter Fairman, Raymond Oliver Faulkner, Miles Frederick Laming Macadam and Walter Emery.

Myres, (Sir) John Linton - correspondence

Correspondence from Sir John Linton Myres including relating to: publication and preparation of articles for the Annals of Archaeology; Gunn papers and expedition finds 1909; support for T. Eric Peet and his candiature for positions; possibility of Lord Carnavon giving a lecture; the British Association for the Advancement of Science; scarabs including publication of scarabs found in Cyprus by Newberry; olives including comments on a paper by Newberry; copyright of the Carter material held at the Griffith Institute; publication of the diaries of Joseph Bonomi by Mrs de Cosson; Egyptian and Libyan horses (1938).

Also includes letters from Newberry to Myres including relating to: Egyptian and Libyan horses (1938); arranging to meet Myres and reference to war work (1943); Newberry's health with notes on forms of bow (1945); details on the donation of Carter material by Miss Walker including copy of two letters from E.T.Leeds (Keeper, Ashmolean Museum) to Miss Walker in 1939 (1945); Joseph Bonomi and Mrs de Cosson's plans to publish his diaries, and the Minoan-Mycenaean Goddess of the Bow (1947).

Note:
MSS 32/41 is also numbered 37 and A.95
MSS 32/43 is also numbered A.94
MSS 32/48 is also numbered A.341
MSS 32/52 is also numbered 252
MSS 32/54 is also numbered 387
MSS 32/55 is also numbered 383
MSS 32/56 is also numbered 296
MSS 32/57 is also numbered 333
MSS 32/58 is also numbered A.327
MSS 32/60 is also numbered A.326

Northampton, (Lord) William George Spencer Scott Compton - correspondence

Correspondence from Lord William George Spencer Scott Compton Northampton, 5th Marquis (1851-1913) including relating to Newberry's excavation work with Wilhelm Spiegelberg, permits for excavation, payment for work done and travel in Egypt.

Also includes letter from Newberry and Spiegelberg at Drah abul Negga reporting on excavation work including on the Temple of Queen Aahmes Nefertari and tomb of Nekht (1898).

Also includes letter of thanks from Margaret Compton with the date of her arrival in Egypt (1898).

Note:
MSS 33/70 is also numbered 22
MSS 33/71 is also numbered 19
MSS 33/72 is also numbered 17
MSS 33/73 is also numbered 21
MSS 33/74 is also numbered 8
MSS 33/75 is also numbered 15
MSS 33/76 is also numbered 8a
MSS 33/77 is also numbered 20
MSS 33/78 is also numbered 7
MSS 33/79 is also numbered 6
MSS 33/80 is also numbered 2
MSS 33/81 is also numbered 3
MSS 33/82 is also numbered 4
MSS 33/83 is also numbered 5
MSS 33/85 is also numbered 22a

Dynasties XI and XII

Folder titled 'DYN. XI and XII' containing notes relating to the 11th and 12th Dynasties.

Material has been split into envelopes as follows:
-Notes on the Herakleopolitan Dynasty, Herakleopolis, Khety I and notes from Quibell, J. E. 1907. <i>Excavations at Saqqara (1905-1906)</i>. Le Caire: Institute Français d'Archéologie Orientale (OEB 147888)
-Beginning of a draft titled 'The Middle Kingdom - The Rise of Thebes and the XIth Dyn.'
-Notes on King Kakare An(tef)
-Notes on 11th Dynasty Kings Intef I, Intef II, Mentuhotep I, Mentuhotep II, Mentuhotep III, Mentuhotep IV, as well as the mothers of Kings
-Notes on stelae from the 11th Dynasty, translations of inscriptions, photographs and plates of stelae including stelae of Antefnakht (TopBib i.596), Intef (British Museum, EA 1203) (TopBib i.596), Thethi (British Museum, EA 614) (TopBib i.596) and Redi-Khnum (Cairo Museum, CG 20543)
-Notes, copies of inscriptions and sketches from the temple of Mentuhotep II (TopBib ii.381)
-Inscriptions on monuments relating to Mentuhotep II including block from Gebelein (Cairo Museum, 24.5 and 28.5) and relief from Dendera (Cairo Museum, JE 46068). Reference to Winlock, H.E., 'The Eleventh Egyptian Dynasty', <i>Journal of Near Eastern Studies</i>, Vol. 2 [4] (Oct. 1943), pp. 249-283
-Inscriptions on 11th Dynasty monuments and copies of hieroglyphs from the tomb of the Chancellor Khety (TT 311) including notes on colours (TopBib i.386)
-Notes on Queen Neferu and copies of hieroglyphs from her tomb (TT 319) (TopBib i.391)
-Notes and copies of inscriptions from the Shatt er-Rigal rock inscriptions and on the Chancellor Khety from the 11th Dynasty (TopBib v.206)
-Notes and copies of inscriptions from the sarcophogus of Aashait [or Ashayt] (Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 47267) and photograph of a block from wall of tomb (TopBib ii.387)
-Typed notes on the title of Chancellor, the Chancellor Thethi and the role of Chancellor in the 12th Dynasty, and notes on the statue of Djoser which includes the name of Imhotep (Cairo Museum, JE 49889)
-Notes relating to the 11th Dynasty including on Kings and Queens, tombs at Deir el-Bahari, and stelae [these notes have all been cut from different notebooks and grouped together in this envelope]. Also includes notes on Naville, E. et al. 1907-1913. <i>The XIth Dynasty temple at Deir el-Bahari</i>, 3 vols. (OEB 206117; OEB 206119; OEB 146133)

Dynasties XXI to XXX

Folder titled 'DYNS. XXI - XXX' containing notes on kings of the 21st Dynasty, 22nd Dynasty, 23rd Dynasty, 24th Dynasty, 25th Dynasty, 26th Dynasty, 27th Dynasty, 28th Dynasty, 29th Dynasty and 30th Dynasty.

Material has been split into envelopes as follows:

-Handwritten draft on the history of the 21st to 30th Dynasties, written on diary pages from January to February 1941.

-Handwritten draft on the 24th to the 26th Dynasty, handwritten draft titled 'The Delta Dynasties' on the 21st to 26th Dynasties, and typed draft on the 27th to 30th Dynasties c.1941

-Notes on the 21st Dynasty, Hrihor and Ramesses XII

-Notes on the 22nd Dynasty and Shoshenq I including parts of drafts and copies of inscriptions

-Notes on the 25th Dynasty including notes on inscriptions

-Notes on the 26th Dynasty including notes on inscriptions

-Notes on the 30th Dynasty

Narmer and Menes

Folder titled 'Menes label of Narmer - (7) - Narmer-Menes identification' containing three envelopes.

Envelope 1 includes:
-Typed draft titled 'The Votive Palette of Narmer' on the Narmer Palette (Cairo Museum, JE 14716) with handwritten notes
-Handwritten and typed notes, commentary, cuttings on the label of Aha or Naqada Label (Cairo Museum, CG 14142), including sketches and tracings
-Typed notes on the identification of Nar as Menes and the predecessor of Aha, possibly given as a lecture
-Handwritten note on the depiction of animals on predynastic vases
-Notes on the history of the 1st Dynasty and 2nd Dynasty
-Handwritten notes on seal found in the tomb of Tarkhan I giving the name of Narmer (Petrie Museum, UC 16077)
-Tracing and sketches of a seal of Narmer Men (Ashmolean Museum, E.3915?)
-Tracings and cuttings from Petrie, W. M. Flinders. 1901. <i>The Royal Tombs of the Earliest Dynasties</i>. Part 2. London: Egypt Exploration Fund (OEB 147184)
-Tracing and notes on two labels of Zer (also known as Djer) (Egyptian Museum of Berlin, 18026 and Cairo Museum, 44365)
-Tracing from Quibell, J. E. 1907. <i>Excavations at Saqqara (1905-1906)</i>. Le Caire: Institute Français d'Archéologie Orientale (OEB 147888)
-Tracings from Petrie, W. M. Flinders, et al. 1913. <i>Tarkhan I and Memphis V</i>. London, Aylesbury: Hazell, Watson and Viney, Ld. (OEB 147219) and Petrie, W. M. Flinders. 1914. <i>Tarkhan II</i>. London: School of Archaeology in Egypt (OEB 147220)
-Tracings from Petrie, W. M. Flinders, et al. 1902-1904. <i>Abydos</i>, 3 vols. London: Egypt Exploration Fund (OEB 146956) including inscriptions from the Tomb of King Ka-ap (also known as Qa'a)

Envelope 2 includes:
-Handwritten notes on the 1st Dynasty and tombs at Abydos titled 'Egypt before historic times'
-Typed draft correspondence from Newberry to Raymond Faulkner and Alan Gardiner relating to Emery, Walter B. 1939. <i>Ḥor-Aḥa</i>. Excavations at Saqqara (1937-1938). Cairo: Government Press (OEB 138960) and the identification of Narmer with Menes, 1942-1947
-Typed draft correspondence to Walter Emery on Hor-Aha, 1938

Envelope 3 includes:
-Notes on personal names of the Horus King
-Notes on variant writings of the name of Narmer
-Notes on Emery, Walter B. 1939. <i>Ḥor-Aḥa</i>. Excavations at Saqqara (1937-1938). Cairo: Government Press (OEB 138960)
-Notes on boats
-Notes on the Archaic Period and for a lecture on 1st Dynasty Kings

Related publications:
Newberry, Percy Edward: Menes : the founder of the Egyptian monarchy. - In: <i>Great ones of ancient Egypt</i>. - London : Hodder and Stoughton, 1929. - p. 35-53, 2 pl. (OEB 146376)

Predynastic Egypt

Folder titled 'Predynastic Kings names Palermo and Cairo fragments' containing material relating to Predynastic Egypt.

Includes:

-Drafts on the history of Predynastic Egypt

-Notes on 'paleolithic implants' in Egypt

-Typed notes on the 'Predynastic Population'

-Handwritten notes on flints

-One page of a handwritten draft and notes on the Chalcolithic Period

-Notes on Predynastic pottery

-Tracings of Predynastic pottery depicting boats

-One page of a handwritten draft titled 'Some Cults of Prehistoric Egypt'

-Three pages of a handwritten draft on cult insignia

-Draft letter to Iorwerth Eiddon Stephen Edwards on research activity, 30 December 1947

Place names and geography

Folder titled 'Geography. Egypt. General. Name etc.' including:

-Typed list titled 'Tells and Koms mentioned in the Arabic Sibakh-List of December 1909'

-Notes on, and lists of place names

Oases

Folder titled 'Oases' and numbered 6(a) containing research notes on oases including Dakhla, Bahariya Oasis, Farafra, Siwa and Kharga.

The Middle East

Folder titled 'Syria and Wn [Western] Asia'.

Includes:

-Notes on foreign place names

-Notes on Syria

-Notes on Phoenicia, Retenu, Philistia, Naharin and Arabia

-Notes and draft on Byblos

The olive

Folder titled 'Olive' and numbered 4, containing two handbound notebooks labelled 'Olive Tree' and 'Olive Oil', an unbound notebook titled 'Olive Tree - The Maryut Region', and a mounted photograph of an olive tree with note on the back 'Gethsemane - "Tree of the Agony"'.

Notebook titled 'Olive Tree' includes:
-Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London, 150th Session, 31 December 1937 containing 'On some African species of the genus Olea and the original home of the cultivated Olive-tree' by Prof. Percy E. Newberry, 28 October 1937 (OEB 146386), including handwritten notes in the margins
-Typed draft titled 'The Cultivated Olive-tree'
-Handwritten notes on the olive, names for the olive in different languages including by the berbers
-Tracings from Petrie, W. M. Flinders. 1900. The Royal Tombs of the First Dynasty. Part 2. London: Egypt Exploration Fund (OEB 147184) of early attestations of tehenu oil or oil from Libya
-Newspaper cutting on the olive in Tunisia
-Typed draft on the thnw tree being the same as the b3k tree

Notes include reference to 'NB [Notebook] 30' and 'envelope Olive Names'.

Notebook titled 'Olive Tree' includes:
-Notes on variant oil names with bibliographic references
-Typed draft on tehenu oil or oil from Libya
-Typed draft on the thnw tree being the same as the b3k tree
-Typed draft on the b3k tree and its oil
-Draft titled 'Note on M.Loret's identification of the b3k tree with the Moringa'
-Draft on the Moringa tree and its oil
-Draft on the translation of the Moringa tree and seed pod
-Draft on the translation of Nhh, a generic word for denoting oil
-Notes on unguents
-Cuttings of photographs of Menna and his wife being offered a bouquet (TopBib i.137(5)) and Menna and family fishing and fowling (TopBib i.138(12)) from tomb TT69 Menna
-Tracings from Petrie, W. M. Flinders. 1900. The Royal Tombs of the First Dynasty. Part 1. London: Egypt Exploration Fund (OEB 147184)
-Notes on Shezmu
-Notes,drawings, tracings and a photograph on olive presses

Notes include references to 'NB29' and 'NB38'.

Notebook titled 'Olive Tree - The Maryut Region' includes:
-Draft on Athena and olives
-Typed notes on the olive trees including olive trees in the Mediterranean, species of olive tree, conditions for growing olives, and development of the cultivated olive tree.
-Typed and handwritten versions of a draft titled 'The Maryut Region'
-Typed draft titled 'The Oases of the Libyan Desert'

This folder was previously in a box labelled, during previous archival processing, 'Flora and Fauna 1'.

The mandrake

Folder titled 'Mandrake (Scorpion King)' containing a handbound notebook titled 'Mandrake' in which where are notes on a hieroglyphic sign in the shape of a rosette which precedes the royal name on the Scorpion King's Macehead (Ashmolean Museum, AN1896-1908.E3632) and which Newberry identifies as the mandrake.

Includes:

-Notes on occurences of the hieroglyphic sign

-Tracings of occurences of the hieroglyphic sign including handle of a flint knife (Cairo Museum, CG 14265), an ivory spoon and an Astrabad vessel

-Small and large photograph of a mandrake plant

This folder was previously in a box labelled, during previous archival processing, 'Flora and Fauna 1'.

Animals - Antelope, Ass, Bovidae, Crocodile, Dog, Elephant

Folder titled 'Antelopes, Ass, Bovidae, Crocodile, Dog, Elephant' containing six handbound notebooks titled with each animal.

Notebook titled 'Antelopes' contains notes, tracings and drawings relating to the Addax, Oryx, and Nome of the Oryx. Also includes photograph of two antelope heads with their lower jaws.

Notebook titled 'Ass' contains notes and a tracing relating to the domesticated and wild ass.

Notebook titled 'Bovidae' contains notes, tracings and cuttings relating to cattle including castration, Mneris, oxen, cow, and words connected with oxen, cows and calves.

Notebook titled 'Crocodile' contains notes relating to crocodiles including names, personal names, the crocodile cult and Sobek.

Notebook titled 'Dog' contains notes relating to dogs including dog breeds and names of breeds, dog burial and mummification, hunting hounds in North Africa and pet names of dogs. Also includes typed draft titled 'Ancient Egyptian breeds of dogs' with figures, lists of references to dogs, tracings and drawings.

Notebook titled 'Elephant' contains notes relating to elephants including taming and hamstringing elephants, their distribution in Africa and Syria, and prehistoric drawings. Also includes two tracings and a drawing.

This folder was previously in a box labelled, during previous archival processing, 'Flora and Fauna 2'.

Animals - Fish, Dolphin, Frog, Scorpion, Goats, Sheep, Giraffe

Folder titled 'Fishes, Dolphin, Goat and Sheep, Giraffe' containing four handbound notebooks titled 'Fishes - Dolphin', 'Frog - Scorpion - Insects', 'Goats and Sheep', and 'Giraffe'.

Notebook titled 'Fishes - Dolphin' contains notes on fish including notes on catfish and fishing. Also includes a draft titled 'The Catfish', tracings and drawings of fish including catfish, cuttings of fish from the Temple of Hatshepsut, Deir el-Bahari (TopBib ii2.344-347(10)-(11), organised by plate number taken from Naville, Edouard 1895. The temple of Deir el Bahari, 6 vols. Memoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund [13]; [14]; [16]; [19]; [27]; 29. London: Egypt Exploration Fund. (OEB 146237) Volume 3, plates 69, 72, 73, and notes on dolphins.

Notebook titled 'Frog - Scorpion - Insects' contains notes on reptiles and insects including frogs and scorpions.

Notebook titled 'Goats and Sheep' contains notes on goat and sheep including on domestication, origin, breeds, distinction between the two, herds, associated cults, Mendes, and Khnum. Also includes tracings, cuttings and drawings of goats and sheep, and a photograph of goats in a tree taken in Morrocco.

Notebook titled 'Giraffe' contains notes and cuttings on giraffes.

This folder was previously in a box labelled, during previous archival processing, 'Flora and Fauna 2'.

Owls

Folder titled 'Owls [and hieroglyphic and hieratic renderings]' containing a handbound notebook titled 'Owls'.

Includes:

Notes on the owl

-Draft titled 'The owl as a hieroglyph' including tracings and drawings

-Tracing of a hoopoe

-Tracings of owls and cartouches wihich include an owl hieroglyph

-Rubbings of the 'Tehenu' or 'Libyan Palette' (Cairo Museum, CG 14238 and JE 27434)

-Card featuring a watercolour of an owl, 1910

-Notes on Buma

-Notes on the owl and Athena

-Draft titled 'The Owl as the bird of Death'

This folder was previously in a box labelled, during previous archival processing, 'Flora and Fauna 2'.

Nome ensigns

Folder titled 'Drawings Ensigns' containing notes, correspondence, photographs, rubbings, tracings and drawings relating to nome ensigns or standards (also referred to as cult ensigns).

Includes:
-Section of a draft and notes on the pomegranate tree and pomegranate ensign
-Photographs of boats on predynastic pottery and a rock drawing
-Letter from Newberry to Myrtle Broome relating to a seal of King Den in which he is harpooning and wrestling a hippopotamus published in Petrie, F., 'Royal Tombs of the Earliest Dynasties II', Plate VII 5 and 6, (London, 1901) (OEB 147184), with enclosed tracing
-Tracings of boats from predynastic pottery with museum references
-Drawing, cutting and rubbings of a carved slate in the MacGregor collection resembling the 'Dogs Palette' published in Legge, F. 'A New Carved Slate', in Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology, p.87, (1906) (OEB 206093)
-Letter from Carroll R. Young, The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia relating to predynastic pottery that shows boats and standards, including list of relevant items from the Museum and sketch of jar (The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, E1405), 12 July 1944
-Letter from William A. Ritchie, Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, New York, relating to a boat standard on a predynastic pot (Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, E15259) on loan from the University Museum, Philadelphia, with sketches, 18 July 1944
-Letter from John D. Cooney, Brooklyn Museum, New York with two enclosed photographs of predynastic vases featuring boats (Brooklyn Museum, 09.272; 07.144) and catalogue notes (letter refers to three photographs but only two with letter)
-Draft on an ensign on a small pot figured in Morgan, J. de, 'Recherches sur les Origines de l'Egypte', plate ix, no.3, (1896) (OEB 145678) and other similar examples which according to Newberry are inaccurate
-Notes and parts of drafts on the harpoon ensign and harpooners including handwritten draft titled 'The Harpoon Ensigns'
-Notes and part of a draft on variant forms of bows
-Notes on the pomegranate ensign

The back of the folder contains a large number of tracings and drawings of cult ensigns or standards, mostly copied from publications.

This folder was previously in a box labelled, during previous archival processing, 'Predynastic pots - Cult ensigns'.

Titles and officials

Folder titled 'Titles' containing a paper folder and loose notes which appear to have been taken from several different notenooks. Contains notes on titles, officials and other positions of authority, and royal administration.

Envelope includes:
-Letter from Erik Iversen, 27 August 1947, to Newberry on the article: Dittmann, K.H., 'Zum Titel [Aa27 M3 Aa1 X1]', in <i>Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde</i>, 77, (1942) (OEB 138256), with draft responses and notes from Newberry
-Copy of inscription from door jamb from the tomb of Hetep-herenptah, 5 February 1928 (Cairo Museum, JE 15048)

This folder was previously in a box labelled, during previous archival processing, 'Titles'.

Bees and bee-keeping

Folder titled 'Bees' containing notes, drafts, correspondence, tracings, drawings and cuttings relating to bees, bee-keeping and honey in ancient Egypt, including draft titled 'Bee-Keeping in Ancient Egypt' (written later than 1934 based on references).

This folder was previously in a box labelled, during previous archival processing, 'Special Subjects 1'.

Games

Folder titled 'Games' although this has been crossed out. Contains notes, drafts, tracings, drawings and cuttings relating to games played in ancient Egypt and the boards used.

Notes include reference to NB [Notebook] 38.

This folder was previously in a box labelled, during previous archival processing, 'Special Subjects 1'.

Egyptian art

Folder titled 'Art. Painting Sculpture ' containing draft and notes on Egyptian art including tomb paintings and sculpture.

This folder was previously in a box labelled, during previous archival processing, 'Special Subjects 2'.

Painting of a chalice

Small painting of a chalice of Tuthmosis III published in Newberry, Percy E., 'A Glass Chalice of Tuthmosis III' in The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology Vol. 6, No. 3 (Jul., 1920), pp. 155-160 (OEB 146363).

Results 91 to 120 of 985