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Paris

Copies, photograph and notes on material held in Paris.

Curto, Silvio - correspondence

6 letters from Curto.
Ostraca and papyri in the Museo Egizio di Torino. Curto anticipated that Černý would publish a catalogue of Turin hieratic ostraca.

Dajani, Awni - correspondence

1 letter from Dajani, 4 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Dajani and to Ms Diana Kirkbride.
Identification of Bronze Age sealings.

Dakin, Alec - correspondence

1 letter from Dakin.
Personal matters, congratulating Černý on his research position, contacts between Černý, Dakin and Gunn, etc.

Dawson, Warren Royal - correspondence

46 letters from Dawson, 4 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Dawson.
Biographies of Egyptologists for inclusion in Who was Who in Egyptology, including Černý's suggestion to include portraits and examples of the handwriting of individual Egyptologists; further themes discussed in the letters included papyri and New Kingdom history.

Desroches-Noblecourt, Christiane - correspondence

  • Desroches-Noblecourt - Černý MSS 21.51-3, 1529-50, 2383, 2386, 2395-401, 2423-42, 2476
  • Ficheiro
  • 1946-1970
  • Parte de Jaroslav Černý Collection

45 letters from Desroches-Noblecourt, 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Desroches-Noblecourt.
7 letters from Desroches-Noblecourt to M. Černý, 1 draft letter from M. Černý to Desroches Noblecourt.
Professional and personal matters:
-objects in the Louvre, including technical description of papyri provided by Desroches-Noblecourt.
-transcriptions of texts
-UNESCO campaign in Nubia, and mapping of graffiti

  • the arrangement of UNESCO contracts, lodgings and expenses for Černý
    -family contacts
    -In 1948, Desroches-Noblecourt referred to the political situation in Czechoslovakia
    -In correspondence with M. Černý, Desroches-Noblecourt referred to posthumous publications of J. Černý and discussed the participation of S. Sauneron and S. Groll with various proposed publication projects

Donadoni, Fabrizio Sergio - correspondence

5 letters from Donadoni, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Donadoni.
Exchange of publications, the conference Le fonti indirette in Rome (see Donadoni, S. (ed.), Le fonti indirette della storia egiziana / Les sources indirectes de l'histoire égyptienne / Indirect sources of Egyptian history / Die indirekten Quellen der ägyptischen Geschichte (1963) (OEB 159370)).
Further fieldwork in Nubia, including Černý's description of his epigraphical work at Abu Simbel (use of Kodatrace).

Drioton, Étienne - correspondence

5 letters from Drioton, Černý's draft for his obituary for Drioton.
Professional and personal matters, the situation in Egypt after the Second World War (WWII). A draft of Černý's obituary for Drioton.

Driver, Sir Godfrey Rolles - correspondence

17 letters from Driver, 4 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Driver, 1 cover page of a form from Černý's office to Driver.
Philology, in particular, an analysis of word stems; frequent questions from Driver concerning Egyptian-Hebrew linguistic relations; also administrative matters relating to the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford.

Drower, Margaret (Peggy) - correspondence

8 letters from M. Drower, 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to M. Drower.
Egypt Exploration Society (EES) administration, meetings and expeditions, as well as publications, e.g. Calverley, A. M. and Broome, M. F., The Temple of King Sethos I at Abydos, The Second Hypostyle Hall iv (1958) (OEB 8067).

Edel, Elmar - correspondence

43 letters from Edel, 7 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Edel.
-philology
-publications
-CEDAE expeditions
-etymologies, including Coptic
-the Nubian campaign - texts from Amara and Abu Simbel
-Aswan fieldwork of Edel, hieratic texts on vessels from Aswan
-book exchange
-communication between European and Egyptian Egyptologists

Edgerton, William Franklin - correspondence

3 letters from Edgerton, 1 carbon copy of a letter and one pencil draft of another letter from Černý to Edgerton.
Černý's visit to Chicago in early 1955, assessment of Miss Catherine E. Morton.

Edwards, Iorwerth Eiddon Stephen - correspondence

55 letters from Edwards to Černý.
11 letters to Marie Černý from Edwards, 2 draft letters from M. Černý to Edwards.
Professional as well as personal matters. Philology, publication of Abusir papyri, objects from the British Museum collections, Nubian campaigns; academic examinations and positions, including Černý's transfer from London to Oxford; family matters.
Particular issues include:
-purchases of publications in Cairo
-following Černý's death, Edwards corresponded with Marie Černý concerning the transfer of Černý's library to Prague
-T. G. H. James to be recommended as The Lady Wallis Budge Fellow
-the Palmer Holland squeezes material
-papyri at Kingston Lacy
-Coptic etymologies
-Edwards' candidature for the British Academy, supported by Černý
-stela of Rudjahau, in London, British Museum, EA 159, TopBib v.95-6

Erichsen, Wolja - correspondence

3 letters from Erichsen, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Erichsen.
Philology - Late Egyptian and Demotic studies, exchange of publications.

Fairman, Herbert Walter - correspondence

66 letters from Fairman, 16 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Fairman.
Pprofessional and personal matters, book purchases and exchange, books being lent, often to Fairman or Liverpool library.
Particular topics: - Černý asked to obtain books on some of his international travels, e.g. books from the IFAO during his Egypt sojourns.
-Objects in Manchester Museum,1759 and 4588
-Nubian sites, Amara (West) (TopBib vii.159?, 1961), Abu Simbel
-Exchange of opinions on papers by E. Edel, B. Grdseloff and others
-Černý invited to be an external examiner for Liverpool, exchange of evaluations of individual students, notably K. Kitchen. J. Ruffle, M. A. M. Asfour.
-Administration of the Egypt Exploration Society (EES)
-Nubian campaign and UNESCO
-Coptic etymology, reading of Ptolemaic texts
-Personal and family matters

Faulkner, Raymond - Černý correspondence

72 letters from Faulkner, 11 letters and carbon copies of letters from J. Černý to Faulkner.
1 carbon copy of a letter from Faulkner to R. Moss.
3 letters exchanged between B. G. Gunn and R. O. Faulkner, copies sent to Černý.
2 letters from Faulkner to A. H. Gardiner, concerning a paper and other communications from Černý (1 letter probably addressed to (Henry) Rolf Gardiner (son of Alan G.)).
5 letters concerning R. O. Faulkner and/or publication of papers edited for the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology [JEA] by R. O. Faulkner.
Professional and personal matters. Correspondence generated during Faulkner's tenure as editor of the JEA, focusing on editorial matters concerning Černý's authored and co-authored papers; in 1960, Černý was Faulkner's examiner for his D. Lit. at the University of London. They were both involved in the Gardiner settlement trust and countersigned the expenses of the trust. Personal matters include health and family of both correspondents.

Fecht, G. - correspondence

3 letters from Fecht, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Fecht.
Professional matters, book exchange, and Černý's contribution for Firchow, O. (ed.), Ägyptologische Studien 29 (1955) (OEB 158830).

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