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Handwritten copy of Petrie Journals 1893-1897

Handwritten copies, created by Kate Bradbury (m. Griffith), excerpts of Petrie's journals from December 1893 to January 1897. Presumably created by Bradbury when the Petrie journals were circulated to friends and sponsors. The excerpts include:
-Pages 1-9 - February-April 1893 - Petrie photographing objects in the museums in Bologna, Florence, and Turin, as well as visits to archaeological sites in Italy including Pompeii.
-Pages 11-51 - 1893-4 - excavations at Qift (Koptos).
-Pages 52-81 - 1894-5 - excavations at Tukh (Nubt), Ballas and Naqada, Petrie assisted by J. E. Quibell, B. P. Grenfell and Hugh Price.
-Pages 82-90 - 1895-6 - excavations at Thebes including the Ramesseum, Temple of Thutmose IV and the Temple of Amenophis II.
-Pages 91-119 - 1896-7 - excavations at Beni Mazar and Bibeh.

Griffith, Kate

Handwritten copy of Petrie Journals 1897-1901

Handwritten copies, created by Kate Bradbury (m. Griffith), excerpts of Petrie's journals from November 1897 to February January 1901, notes associated with the journal and copy of the N. de Garis Davies journal for 1898 to 1899. Presumably created by Bradbury when the Petrie journals were circulated to friends and sponsors.
-Pages 1-21 - 1897-8 - Excavations at Dendera of the mastaba tombs and cemetery, also a description of a trip into the desert around Dendera, Petrie assisted by A. C. Mace and N. de Garis Davies.
-Pages 23-39 - 1898 to 1899 - Excavations at Hu (Diopolis Parva), Petrie assisted by A. C. Mace, and D. Randall-MacIver.
-Pages 40-51 - 1899 to 1900 - Excavations at Abydos, Umm El Qa‘ab.
-Pages 52-58 - 1900 to 1901 - Excavations at Abydos, Umm El Qa‘ab.
-Pages 59-62 - 1901 to 1902 - Excavations at Abydos, temple and cemeteries.

-Pages 63-73 - loose items associated with the notebook, some related to Petrie’s journals.

-Pages 74-76 - Excerpts from Norman de Garis Davies journal - 1898-1899 - Excavating the tomb of Ptah-hotep at Saqqara, includes a brief letter and note in Davies' hand.

Griffith, Kate

Notebook Černý MSS 17.133

Transcriptions of papyri including a Demotic papyrus in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 56283.
Magical texts from hieratic papyri in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, and other museums, from the tombs of Priests and Priestesses of Amun etc.

Notebook Černý MSS. 17.134

Various XXI-XXVI Dynasty texts, most from publications, including:
-Nile levels at Karnak
-building inscriptions from Napata
-inscription of Montuemhat
-adoption stela of Nitocris
-Serapeum stela, in Paris, Musée du Louvre, 239, etc.

Notebook Černý MSS 17.138

Descriptions and texts from tombs at Thebes:
-Royal Tomb KV 17, Sethos I
-TT 63, Sebkhotp (including hieratic graffiti)
-TT 68, [Per?]enkhmun
-TT 139, Pairi (hieratic graffito)
-TT 341, Nekhtamun
-TT 367, Paser (including Coptic graffiti)

Notebook Černý MSS 17.141

Deir el-Medîna.
Objects in museums, most of the copies were transcribed from publications but many were then collated later with the originals:
-Cairo, Egyptian Museum
-Geneva, Musée d’Art et d’Histoire
-Oxford, Queen's College
-Paris, Musée du Louvre
-Strasbourg, Institut d’Égyptologie
-Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio
-Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum

Notebook Černý MSS 17.170

Transcriptions of hieratic papyri:
-Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 8532
-Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, 809 (Papyrus Mook)
-Gardiner Adoption Papyrus
Translations of hieratic papyri:
-Strasbourg, Institut d’Égyptologie, 2
-Strasbourg, Institut d’Égyptologie, 26
-Strasbourg, Institut d’Égyptologie, 33
Transcriptions and translations of hieratic ostraca:
-Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 10627
-Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 10628
-Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 10630
Translation:
Tablets of Eskhons

Translations of stelae:
-Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 20001
-Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 20003
-London, British Museum, EA 1164 etc.

Anthes, Rudolf - correspondence

16 letters from Anthes and 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Anthes.
Majority of the content is personal; Anthes communicated his wartime circumstances and subsequent career development, as well as the German Egyptology situation after the war (WWII). Černý provided professional information, as well as material assistance in the form of food rations sent to Anthes in the 1940s.
Anthes and Černý exchanged information on ostraca discoveries, Černý updating Anthes on new finds at Deir el-Medîna during the 1940s and 1950s. Anthes recipricated by supplying information regarding finds during excavations at Mît Rahîna.

Bendow - correspondence

4 letters from Bendow, 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Bendow.
The Norwegian scholar was interested in varied aspects of Egyptian culture and consulted with Černý, some of Bendow's ideas were unconventional.

Bruyère, Bernard - correspondence

9 letters from Bruyère.
Correspondence regarding Deir el-Medîna, Černý's schedule at University College London versus fieldwork, ostraca, publication plans for ostraca, cooperation with Georges Posener; personal matters.

Buck, Adriaan de - correspondence

2 letters from de Buck, A. de Buck obituary notice, 1 carbon copy of a condolence letter from Černý to Mrs de Buck.
Correspondence concerned with professional as well as personal matters, publications.

Caminos, Ricardo A. - correspondence

4 letters from Caminos.
Gebel es-Silsila and Caminos' work on the site; records of Nile levels; also fieldwork, life at the excavations and various academic appointments.
References to Černý's travel to the USA.

Capart, Jean - correspondence

1 letter from Capart.
Letter confirming that Eva Jelínková (Eve Reymond) was accepted as a visitor in the library of Fondation Reine Elisabeth in Brussels. Capart also congratulates Černý on his new position in London.

Cenival, Jean-Louis H. de - correspondence

2 letters from Cenival, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to de Cenival, and 1 reference letter concerning the publication of Abusir papyri.
The publication of Abusir papyri, and Černý recommending their publication.

Clère, Jacques Jean - correspondence

12 letters from Clère.
Excavations; travel plans of both Egyptologists; personal matters; the situation in Czechoslovakia after February 1948 as observed by Clère during the 1949 congress.

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