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Rev. G. Horner

Copies: papyrus fragments which belonged to the Rev. G. Horner some of which are now British Library Or. 4831-4835.
Some published in W. E. Crum, <i>Short Texts from Coptic Papyri and Ostraca</i> (London, 1921) [=O.CrumST].

Aphrodito

Copies of 6th century Aphrodito papyri (Coptic).

Includes letter from Charles Kuentz, 10 October 1933; copies of Lacaus's copies of the papyri, November 1909 and photograph by Émile Brugsch for Gaston Maspero of one of the papyri found at Aphrodito by Gustave Lefebvre in 1905/6.

Copies (Varia)

Vienna K 76, 106, 4734
Berlin P 9109 (P 11349 = missing in May 1957), P 10589, P 11938
Grenfell, fragments from Oxyrhynchus 1904
EEF papyri from Deir el Bahari (?) in Bodley
Brunton Matmar 1932. Pottery
P. Columbia 7
Chicago MH 585 (Medinet Habu)
Papyrus belonging to E. Mackay
Ashmolean 1942 - 65 Gunn’s copy
EES ostracon - fragment from Antinoe
Frankfurt 43, copy by Spiegelberg
Louvre E. 14251, 14250 - copies by Drioton
Ostracon sent by Lefort
Papyrus Merton
Fragments B. H. Stricker with letter, 1935
Bath Museum, 3 fragments
Hogarth papyrus now in Bodleian - MS. Copt c 48 (p)
Strygowsky’s copy of a Coptic cryptogram
Rylands, protocol
Papyrus fragment offered to Coptic Mus. Cairo in 1936
Leather fragment Olim C. Schmitt
British Library Or.: 6201, 6202, 6204, and 6206 (notes); 6203 and 9270 (copies)
Michigan P 3541
Stobart papyri
2 ostraca belonging to Prof. Steindorff
Papyrus belonging to S. de Ricci
P. Golenischeff 47 (Leningrad)
Strasbourg ostraca, notes & letter from Spiegelberg, 1901
Fragments protocols from Aphrodito papyri (?) B.M. - photograph
Copies of Demotic ostraca & Demotic notes (transferred from Gardiner MSS).

Copies of ostraca and notes for various publications by Crum

Copies of ostraca and notes for various publications by Crum. Especially for Coptic Ostraca (O.Crum), Short Texts (O.CrumST), Varia Coptica (O.CrumVC), and The Monastery of Epiphanius (P.Epiph).

Mss V 5.41 = O.CrumST 171 5.10 (4) = O.CrumST 58
5.10 (6) = O.CrumST 60 5.10 (8) = O.CrumST 57
8.129/30= O.CrumVC 41 8.132 = O.CrumVC 94
8.121 = O.CrumVC 29 8.136 = O.CrumVC 325
8.137 = O.CrumVC 326 8.139 = O.CrumVC 328
8.156 = O.CrumST 122 8.161 = O.CrumST 324
8.202 = O.CrumVC 45 8.203 = O.CrumVC 67
8.204 = O.CrumVC 84 and O.CrumST 22
8.212 = O.CrumVC 92

Includes correspondence from R. Engelbach, 1920; Giulio Farina, 1922; E.O. Winstedt, 1916-1939.

Theban topography

Notes and photographs relating to Theban topography.
Much of this material is published in W. E. Crum & H. Winlock, The Monastery of Epiphanius Part I (New York, 1926), Chapter V.

Varia

(a) Cyriacos - his occurrence on letters
(b) Bibliography notes for Chapter VIII
(c) Names, especially Pesynthius, Chapter IX
(d) Churches & monasteries, Chapter V
(e) omitted
(f) map of the Nile from Koptos to Ermant, Chapter V
(g) Thompson’s notes on Theban place names (Demotic) see Chapter V
(h) Notes on the Persian invasion and mention of the Persians in literary and non-literary sources, Chapter IV
(i) Epiphanius - notes on occurrence of this name on papyri and ostraca, Chapter Ix
(j) St. Phoibammon - notes on name and its occurrence

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