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-Inside front cover.
-Handwritten note by W. M. Flinders Petrie.
-'To be returned to W. M. Flinders Petrie, University College, Gower St, London. W. C.'
-'Prints of these photographs can be ordered from Mr. R.C. Murray, 37 Dartmouth Park Hill, London N.W. His charge for quantities over 200 is 2d each for ordinary size, & 1 1/2d each for small. For lesser quantities 50% more will be charged.'
-'Titles should be noted & kept, as he only prints them, & the numbers are on each plate.'
-'The Koptos prints should be ordered as the "K series". The Ghizeh prints as the "Museum series", numbers being consecutive from the Italian museum photographs.'
-'These photographs may be freely used for private purposes, or for scientific work : but they are private property & are not at the free disposal of publishers or for books issued commercially.'

Pachom Archive

Photographs of papyri, annotated photocopied articles, lecture notes entitled: ‘Between Byzantium and Islam: Coptic society as seen through the papyri’ (part of the Cambridge seminar series ‘Scribes and Scribblers: Reading written communication in Late Antiquity and Byzantium’).
Drafts of articles ‘Coptic pre-marriage agreement in the Schøyen collection’ and ‘Schøyen Coptic marriage contract. P. Schøyen ms. 1980’.

P. Mon. Apollo 2

(for proposed second volume of Coptic and Greek Texts relating to the Hermopolite Monastery of Apa Apollo)
Notes, transcriptions, translations, photographs and photocopies of papyri, and correspondence, including:
Photographs, British Library, ref. Pap/653 A & B verso and recto.
Annotated photocopies relating to P. Belastingmuseum Rotterdam 94, P. Lond. V, P. Yale 1756, P. Vatic. Aphrod. 13, P. Graff II, and poll tax receipts.
Ex-Roca Puig Apollo text, correspondence.
Descriptions of poll tax receipts in draft for publication.
Photograph and notes, Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, F.1948/3.8.
Photographs, Christie’s V138 534/‘13’B; Christie’s ‘22’/BM EA 75322; Christie’s ‘20’, ‘25’, ‘11’, ‘14’ ‘17’, ‘27’.
Photographs (b&w) of Österreichische Nationalbibliothek collection: recto and verso of K 21.120; K 11.413; K 21.123; K 21.121.
Photographs (b&w) - P. Mon. Apollo II: unpublished Lansing BM EA papyri (probably belong in this file).
Draft chapter on tax demands.
Corrigenda to P. Mon. Apollo I & II; correspondence.
Lille papyri, correspondence.
Bawit photocopies and correspondence.
Schøyen Collection, correspondence and colour scans of MS 89/5.
Ede 3087A-C, printouts of b&w scans, photographs and notes.
Pct YBR nos. 4996, 4997, 4998, 5001, 5002, 3553, transcriptions and notes.
Coptic Room in the Louvre, correspondence.
Correspondence on tithes and an annotated article on Bawit texts with some notes.

P. Leuven Bawit/P. Lov. Copt.

Material for projected edition by Sarah Clackson and Anne Boud’hors.
Draft annotated chapters of projected publication with copies of illustrations.
Louvain fragments - notes, transcriptions, b&w and colour scans and a photograph.
Downloaded information on the Louvain collections.
Annotated list of papyrus studies in 1996-97 (in French).
Pages 13-17 of a draft of Art versus archives conference paper, headed ‘Monastery administration’.
KU Leuven Library MSS. Notes by Prof. Vergote, with new inventory numbers by Sarah Clackson.
Leuven Bawit Papyri. Amalgamation of Anne Boud’hors’s individual text files with annotations by Sarah Clackson. Includes floppy disc labelled ‘Papyrus Louvain’ by Anne Boud’hors.
Photographs (b&w) of Bawit papyri, Nos. AB 1 - 57, with notes by Anne Boud’hors.
Notes, annotated photocopies, correspondence including Tomasz Markiewicz’s draft article ‘P. Duke Inv. 469: Fragment of a Coptic contract’, with comments by Sarah Clackson.

P. 8502

P. 8502 (Photostats): Berlin Gnostic text. See Notebook 88 which has complete copy by Crum.

Oxyrhynchus

Lecture on Coptic Oxyrhynchus, given at Oxyrhynchus: a city and its texts, Oxford, 18 July, 1998.
A draft of the above paper, with comments by Dorothy Thompson.
A revised version of the same paper for publication.
Notes for 1998 Oxyrhynchus symposium at Oxford, including notes on Prague Museum and Petrie Museum texts.
Annotated photocopied articles, including published Oxyrhynchus texts.
‘Ashmolean Coptic Oxyrhyncha’ - draft catalogue entries.
Transcriptions and translations.
Lists of Greek papyri.
Transcriptions of Oxyrhynchus papyri, by John Tait.
A letter from Yamanaka Ichiro of Kyoto University with an accompanying illustrated list of the Oxyrhynchus material in the University’s collection.

Oxhyrhynchus papyri fragments

Two photographs of Oxhyrhynchus papyri fragments with preliminary translation. Includes letter from Charles Batey (Printer to the University) enclosing the photographs, 9 July 1952.

Owls

Folder titled 'Owls [and hieroglyphic and hieratic renderings]' containing a handbound notebook titled 'Owls'.

Includes:

Notes on the owl

-Draft titled 'The owl as a hieroglyph' including tracings and drawings

-Tracing of a hoopoe

-Tracings of owls and cartouches wihich include an owl hieroglyph

-Rubbings of the 'Tehenu' or 'Libyan Palette' (Cairo Museum, CG 14238 and JE 27434)

-Card featuring a watercolour of an owl, 1910

-Notes on Buma

-Notes on the owl and Athena

-Draft titled 'The Owl as the bird of Death'

This folder was previously in a box labelled, during previous archival processing, 'Flora and Fauna 2'.

Other Coptic material in the UK

Preliminary and incomplete transcriptions, brief notes, lists and correspondence on papyri and ostraca in various collections.
British Library Or. 6206, 6049 and 9035 (Wadi Sarga papyrus and vellum items).
Crum ostraca.
Petrie’s Dendera ostraca in the Petrie Museum, University College, London.
Papyrus fragments at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
Papyri in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Ostraca in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
Papyri in Bristol Museum and Art Gallery.
Miscellaneous notes.

Ostraca from Deir el Bahari

Photographs of ostraca from Deir el Bahari (M.M.A. excavations circa 1929, photographed by Burton).

Note on envelope: Photographs taken by Burton of ostraca found in Naville's dumps at Deir el-Bahri by Winlock and (originals) received in Bath in June 1929 and then read and slipped, but not copied. (Sgned) W.E. Crum.

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”.

Ostraca

Photographs of various ostraca:
Ashmolean 1892 523
Fitzwilliam 506-515 (1 only)
Aberdeen Univ. o.25
Vienna 7 ostraca sent by Till, 1930
Cairo ostracon with note “Winlock ‘69”
Turin unnumbered

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