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Notebook 109

British Library Or. 8903, copy published by Crum in ZÄS. LX 103.
Papyri penes Maggs Brothers belonging to E. von Scherling.

Notebook 103

(a) O.T. fragments in Paris, 1293 fols 158-161, 173, 182, 199.
(b) British Library Or. 6954 with photograph, Genesis XXVII 32-46.
(c) Copy of Fayyumic texts published by J. David in Revue Biblique VII 1910.
(d) Genesis XL 8-19, XLI 45-55, from Munier ASAE XIII p. 188.
(e) Coptic Museum, Cairo, 2 tablets containing Psalm LXXXIX 1-17, I John III 2-12, 13-20, 21-24 in Fayyumic.
(f) Vienna K 9378, Genesis XLII 34 - XLIII 22.
(g) Michigan P. 545 (20) Mark X 21-22, 39-40, XII 14 in Fayyumic.
(h) Berlin P. 10623, 4 Kings II 25 - III 7, IV 1-4 (Polotsky’s copy).

Notebook 10

Egypt Exploration Fund (now EES) ostraca, copies, many published in Crum, W.E., Coptic Ostraca (1902).

Notebook 1

B.M. (now British Library) Coptic manuscripts.
Varia notes: Tuki: Rudiments; Sahidic Quotations; Mingarelli; Giorgi: Frag. Evang. St. John; Ciasca.

Ostraca and cast

Cast of hieroglyphs made at Deir el Bahari.
Ostracon given by Warren Dawson 30.xii.32, no. D. 102.
Two ostraca marked “bought Luxor 1910”.

Varia parchment and papyri

Two parchment fragments, magical, bought in Cairo in 1905 by Petrie.
Literary fragment sent to Crum by Rendel Harris.
5 parchment fragments Petrie - Crum 1897, magical.
Parchment and papyrus fragments from R. Mond 1903.

Papyrus

Greek Text: “The Song of Three Children”, papyrus. [Papyrus scanned by N. Gonis (Papyrology) in March 2005, CD kept with papyrus.]

Varia

Ethiopic Texts
Clarendon Press 65 (Bodleian)
Two Vienna papyri (published) = Jeme 22, 23

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