Showing 985 results

Archivní popisy
Percy Edward Newberry Collection Angličtina
Print preview View:

9 výsledků s digitálními objekty Show results with digital objects

Steindorff, Georg - correspondence

Correspondence mostly to Essie Newberry with some correspondence to Newberry including relating news of his family in the period around and during the Second World War. Also includes reference to other Egyptologists in Germany, excavation work at Aniba, and work on a Coptic Grammar.

Also includes draft reply from Newberry on what he did during the Second World War and damage from bombs (1946).

Several letters are in German.

Also includes photograph of Steindorff at his home in California (1946).

Note:
MSS 42/2 is also numbered A.218
MSS 42/3 is also numbered A.231
MSS 42/4 is also numbered A.254
MSS 42/5 is also numbered 21
MSS 42/6 is also numbered 18
MSS 42/8 is also numbered 33
MSS 42/12 is also numbered A.118
MSS 42/13 is also numbered A.119
MSS 42/14 is also numbered A.117
MSS 42/15 is also numbered A.115

Thompson, (Sir) D’Arcy Wentworth - correspondence

Correspondence from Sir D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson including relating to his research on the Great Frigatebird; an Egyptian dog like a greyhound; philology; comments on Newberry's paper on the Shepherd's Crook.

Also includes draft reply from Newberry referring to Thompson's question about dogs in ancient Egypt, war work and the crane dance (1942).

Note:
MSS 43/45 is also numbered A.100

Thorpe, Jocelyn - correspondence

Correspondence from Jocelyn Thorpe including relating to his nomination by Newberry to the Burlington Fine Arts Club (1923) and apologising for not using an article by Newberry (1938).

Turrill, William Bertram - correspondence

Correspondence from William Bertram Turrill (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew) including referring to Newberry's trip to Morocco, Newberry's paper on the olive, and requesting botanical specimens. Also includes draft letter from Newberry on Euphorbia resinifera.

Walker, James Herbert - correspondence

Correspondence from James Herbert Walker including comments on Rekhmara and a paper by Newberry for the Society of Biblical Archaeology. Also includes a letter referring to Newberry's plans for excavation with the Marquis of Northampton and finding his lost dog.

Note:
MSS 44/54 is also numbered A.210
MSS 44/58 is also numbered A.269

Warburg, (Sir) Oscar Emanuel - correspondence

Correspondence from Sir Oscar Emanuel Warburg (1876-1937) relating to botanical research and Newberry visiting with a sketch map to help him find the house.

Note:
MSS 44/89 is also numbered 34a
MSS 44/90 is also numbered 34
MSS 44/91 is also numbered A 130

Weigall, Arthur Edward Pearse Broome - correspondence

Correspondence from Arthur Edward Pearse Broome Weigall (1880-1934) including relating to: a family connection to Ightham; his research and publications; advice on his career; family and relationships; study at Oxford; asking to go to Egypt with Newberry; work in Egypt including with Petrie; on Mrs Hilda Petrie, wife of Flinders Petrie

Also includes folder (former reference PEN/G.I./47) labelled '3 letters addressed to Newberry from Weigall - In the possession of Weigall's granddaughter Julia Hankey, Nov. 2014 - The 'A' numbers each has corresponds to Newberry's autobiographical records list of 'A' letters PEN/G.I./47'. Contains three letters to Percy Newberry from Arthur Weigall. One relating to Mrs Hilda Petrie, wife of Flinders Petrie and two others arranging to meet Newberry at a hotel in Egypt and with brief references to Weigall's work.

Note:
MSS 45/22 is also numbered 54
MSS 45/24 is also numbered A.83

Winlock, Helen - correspondence

Correspondence to Mrs Essie Newberry (one letter addressed to the Newberry's) from Helen Winlock including on travel in Egypt (1926) and family news.

Note:
MSS 46/1 is also numbered 214
MSS 46/3 is also numbered 23

Notebook on topics including objects, flora, fauna, products, places and gods

Notebook labelled by John Harris 'Miscellaneous Notes' with an index at the front containing notes on objects, flora, fauna, products, places and gods. It includes examples of attestations of words, variant writings, expressions or other terms formed by or including them, and some ancient Egyptian texts/hymns in translation.

Includes handwritten notes on:

  • objects (censers, bird traps, djed pillar, netjer pole, furniture, mirrors, sandals, tjet knot, chariots, flail and crock)

  • flora (plants, trees including conifers, cedar, cypress , woods including ebony, grain and wheat)

  • fauna (dogs, camels, giraffes, deer, oryx and a fauna bibliography)

  • products (natron, incense, myrrh, methods of tapping resin)

  • places (Lebanon, Byblos, “the land of the god”, Zahi, Retjenu, Phoenicia, place names in Syria)

  • gods (Osiris, Atum-Kheprer [also referred to as Atum-Kheper or Atum-Kepri], Iah, Adonis and Attis, Neferhetep, hieroglyph for God [R8] and variants)

Also includes notes on funerary offerings, the word sedj in seals, circumcision and the ritual of embalming.

Pages 3-4, 48-49, 51-59, 61-69 and 72-75 have been cut out. According to the index at the front of the notebook these pages include notes on:
-trees and wood (merw-wood, wan-wood, Peqer tree)
-animals (pig, cat, rat, mouse, lion, fox, wolf, jackal, ass, porcupine, jerboa, hippopotamus, elephant, hyena, monkey, baboon, bat, hedeghog, bear, ichneum, leopard, hare, addax, kudu, goat, ibex, dorcas gazelle)

Dates: There are references to publications up to 1925. Notes appear to have been added at different times.

Results 181 to 210 of 985