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Louvre Bawit papyri

P. Louvre Copt. (Bawit) - material for projected edition.
Photographs (b&w) of Bawit papyri in the Louvre.
Notes, transcriptions, translations, photocopies of papyri and related correspondence.
Draft chapter of unpublished work.
Notes on cemeteries of Saqqara and Bawit, photocopied articles on Coptic mortuary stelae, photographs and slides of inscriptions from the church at Bawit and related correspondence.
Correspondence on unedited Bawit inscriptions.
Annotated copy of ‘The evil eye in late antiquity, healers, amulet dealers and amulet makers’.

Copy of Sarah Clackson’s PhD thesis

Copy of Sarah Clackson’s PhD thesis Coptic documents relating to the monasteries of Apa Apollo at Bawit and Titkooh in the Hermopolite nome, Institute of Archaeology, University of London, 1996.

Cambridge University Library Michaelides Papyri (CUL Michael)

Cambridge University Library Michaelides Papyri (CUL Michael).
Includes some notes on British Library Michaelides Papyri.

Transcriptions with grammar notes.
Printouts of the locations of the papyri and their mountings.
Accounts, legal texts and letters: transcriptions and translations.
Lists of papyri, categorised as literary, non-literary and semi-literary, including material and dimensions.
Notes on titles.
Catalogue of the papyri.
Personal names and points of interest in the papyri.
Unidentified literary manuscripts and related correspondence; biblical manuscripts; literary texts to be published; transcriptions.
Offprints, including ‘The Michaelides Coptic manuscript collection in the Cambridge University Library and British Library. With excursuses on the Monasteries of Apa Apollo and two uncommon epistolary formulae’, in Acts of the Fifth International Congress of Coptic Studies 2, Rome, 1993, and ‘The Michaelides Manuscript Collection’ in Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 100 (1994).
Palaeographical analysis.
Personal names in the papyri.
Correspondence.
Notes on the demotic documents in the collection.
Prosopography by inventory number.
Notes on correspondence on the papyri.
Notes on literary papyri.

Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Papyrussammlung

B&w photographs of K2.344, K3.111, K1.766 recto & verso, K1.165 recto & verso, K1.167 recto & verso, K1.229 recto & verso, K1.725 recto and verso, K3.014 recto & verso, K3.023 recto and verso, K3.112 recto and verso, K3.512 recto and verso.
Notes.
Transcriptions.
Annotated photocopied articles.

Bilingualism

Annotated drafts of a paper for a conference in Trier in 2000, ‘Bilingualism in Late Antique Egypt: The Coptic and Greek evidence’ and an uncorrected copy of ‘Coptic or Greek? Bilingualism in the Papyri’.
Notes.
Annotated photocopies of articles and lectures.

Graffito House C.IV, Deir el-Medina

1 inked tracing of 3 lines of a hieratic graffito, from the house of Amennakht (C.IV), Dyn. XX, at Deir el-Medina (see TopBib i2.702).
Tracing made by Michel Malinine.

Index for graffiti from the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, recorded by Howard Carter

Index of over 20 cards with handwritten copies of hieratic graffiti, some transcriptions, annotated.
Index for graffiti from the Valley of the Kings, based on H. Carter records.
Excerpts of graffiti from Carter's records; graffiti mentioning the scribes Kenhirkhopeshef, Harsheri, Hori, Amennakht, Djehutimose, Butehamun, as well as other scribes and workmen connected with the community of workmen and other institutions at West Thebes.

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