Photocopied card catalogue of paper codices in Coptic and Arabic and printed books relating to Coptic studies at Christ’s College Library, donated by Sir Stephen Gaselee. Description of manuscript collection. Correspondence. Photographs and scans. Notes. Conservation report.
Summary of the collections and listings by language groupings. B&w scans. Transcriptions and translations. Correspondence. Notes. Photostats of pages of unidentified Coptic literary texts, from J. M. Plumley.
List of the demotic papers, etc. covered by Sir Herbert Thompson’s bequest to Professor S. R. K. Glanville. Notes. Correspondence. Transcriptions. Photocopied articles. Short biography and list of material held in the Cambridge University Library collections. Petrie ostraca notes. Correspondence relating to Turin demotic rotuli. Allberry’s Kephalaia index, Oriental Studies Library, Cambridge. Listing of Cambridge Oriental Faculty Library’s Egyptological holdings, with items belonging to the Sir Herbert Thompson archive underlined in pencil.
Annotated photocopied articles; notes; transcriptions and translations; correspondence. Cambridge University Library Oxyrhynchus papyri: lists; correspondence. Fitzwilliam Museum collection: annotated photocopied articles; notes; correspondence; list of papyri. Trinity College Collection: descriptive list by Petra M. Sijpesteijn, including floppy disc; printouts of b&w scans; transcriptions; comments and notes; correspondence. St. John’s College collection: b&w scans; notes; correspondence; photocopied articles. Museum of Classical Archaeology collection: correspondence. Westminster College: notes, transcriptions, location list. Queen’s College: annotated photocopied article (single page).
Preliminary and incomplete transcriptions, brief notes, lists and correspondence on papyri and ostraca in various collections. British Library Or. 6206, 6049 and 9035 (Wadi Sarga papyrus and vellum items). Crum ostraca. Petrie’s Dendera ostraca in the Petrie Museum, University College, London. Papyrus fragments at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Papyri in the Bodleian Library, Oxford. Ostraca in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Papyri in Bristol Museum and Art Gallery. Miscellaneous notes.
Correspondence. Transcriptions with notes of IFAO ostraca. Heidelberg, Institut für Papyrologie: notes on texts consulted, February 2002; updates and corrections for catalogue entries. Annotated photocopied articles. ‘Recherchen zum koptischen Schrifttum in Prager Museen und Sammlungen (Stand August 1998)’, by Wolf B. Oerter Page entitled ‘New šine nsa ostraca - where are they now?’, from ‘Reconstructing the archives of the monastery of Apollo at Bawit’. Transcription and translation of Cybele Coptic ostraca 72, 73, and 74. Three colour photographs. Typescript of an article on ‘Another Coptic “enquiry” about a delivery of wheat’, by W. J. Tait, for C. Eyre et. al. (eds.), The Unbroken Reed (Fs. Shore).
Correspondence. B&w and colour photocopies of fragmentary papyri. ‘Short description catalogue. Coptic’, by Martin Schøyen. ‘The Schøyen Collection: Checklist of Western Manuscripts 1 - 1660’, by Martin Schøyen. Some transliteration and translation.
1 letter from the Clarendon Press, 1 draft of a letter from Černý to the Secretary of the Clarendon Press, both typewritten. Brief correspondence concerning the possibility of publication of the Coptic Etymological dictionary, the Press had comments as to whether the Nag Hammadi lexicon should also be included, as well as other formalities. Černý was considering a publication in Germany, to which the Press had no objections.