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Iversen Erik - correspondence

38 letters from Iversen, 13 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Iversen with copies of Sidgwick & Jackson correspondence concerning Iversen's publication plans.
3 letters from Sidgwick & Jackson, concerning a publication of Iversen's (Iversen, E. The Myth of Egypt and its Hieroglyphs in European Tradition (1961) (OEB 8508)).
Iversen's research and publications, but also some references to personal matters:
-Iversen's study of p. Carlsberg VII
-Iversen's publications on pigments, paint and Egyptian hieroglyphs used in European tradition
-stamp collecting; Iversen supplied Danish stamps to Černý
-Iversen's visits to the UK

James, Thomas Henry Garnet (Harry) - correspondence

30 letters from T. G. H. James, 3 carbon copies of letters from Černý to T. G. H. James.
4 letters from T. G. H. James to Marie Černý.
Correspondence concerned with their respective research topics:
-proofs and index of the volumes, Gardiner, A. H., Peet, T. E. and Černý, J., The Inscriptions of Sinai, Part 1 (1952) (OEB 3261), and Černý, J., The Inscriptions of Sinai from Manuscripts of Alan H. Gardiner and T. Eric Peet, Part 2 (1955) (OEB 4432)
-T. G. H. James as Editor of the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Černý as author and reviewer
-Černý mediating photography from the British Museum for researchers elsewhere
-reading of hieratic texts, including dockets from KV 62, Tutankhamun
T. G. H. James letters to Marie Černý concerned with the preparation and off-prints for the Černý obituaries.

Janda, Bohumil - correspondence

2 letters from Janda, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Janda.
Publication plan for a book on Egyptian art by Černý, to be published in Prague (ultimately abandoned).

Janssen, Jacobus J. - correspondence

13 letters from J. J. Janssen, 4 carbon copies of letters from Černý to J. J. Janssen.
Janssen's research, and co-operation with Černý:
-plans for his book on commodity prices - Janssen, J. J., Commodity Prices from the Ramessid Period. An Economic Study of the Village of Necropolis Workmen at Thebes (1975) (OEB 9846)

  • Janssen's publication of BM EA 588 (TopBib i2.721), published later as Janssen, J. J., 'An unusual donation stela', in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 49 (1963), 64-70 (OEB 10084)
    -discussion of Endesfelder, E., 'Über die Arbeiter der thebanischen Nekropole im Neuen Reich', in Günther, R. and Schrot, G. (eds), Sozialökonomische Verhältnisse im Alten Orient und im klassischen Altertum (1961), 88-93 (OEB 8360)
    -Janssen's work on p. Leiden I, 350
    -dating of ostraca, and changes in the Deir el-Medîna economy
    -Černý mediating access to the Museo Egizio in Turin for Janssen, via Ernesto Scamuzzi
    -exchange of off-prints and other publications

Janssen, Pater Jozef Marie Antoon - correspondence

13 letters from J. M. A. Janssen, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to J. M. A. Janssen.
Annual Egyptological Bibliography, and with the research of Pater Janssen, e.g. on the door-jambs in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 48832 (TopBib i2.777), and attestations of the ideal age of 110 years in Egyptian sources, including an Abusir graffito in the mastaba of Ptahshepses (TopBib iii2.342).

Jouguet, Felix, A. - correspondence

1 letter from Jouguet, 1 letter from Jouguet family member (not identified).
A note from Jouguet about the understanding of some titles during the Graeco-Roman period; a Jouguet family member thanking Černý for his letter of condolence in response to Jouguet's death.

Junker, Hermann - correspondence

4 letters from Junker, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Junker.
-reading a mixed hieratic/hieroglyphic inscription in the tomb of Sekhemka at Gîza
-book exchange, especially Junker's Gîza expedition publications sent in exchange for publications and off-prints from Černý

Kahle, Paul E. Sr. - correspondence

1 letter from Kahle P. E. (Kahle senior) to Černý, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Kahle (senior).
Coptic manuscripts, Černý recommends contacting Plumley.

Kákosy, László - correspondence

2 letters from Kákosy, 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Kákosy.
Coptic etymologies, Černý interested in a hieratic text from Budapest, and records for ostraca also located in Budapest.

Kampmann, A. A. - correspondence

6 letters from Kampmann, 5 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Kampmann.
-reviewing for Bibliotheca Orientalis (BiOr)
-Černý's pupil Z. Žába invited to review for BiOr
-publications by H. Grapow, A. de Buck
-Congress of Oriental Studies in Prague, 1949, in which Černý was not able to participate

Kantor, Helene T. - correspondence

4 letters from Kantor.
Černý's visits to Chicago (professional and personal matters), and research interests of both correspondents. Černý enquired about an Amarna tablet with a hieratic docket.

Kaplony, Peter - correspondence

14 letters from Kaplony, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Kaplony.
-Kaplony's studies of Late Egyptian
-the presence of Late Egyptian elements in 18th Dynasty texts
-texts dated to the reign of Kamose
-Coptic etymologies, development of verbal forms
-consultations with L. Habachi
-meeting Černý at G. Nagel's in 1956

Kasser, Rodolphe - correspondence

2 letters from Kasser, 1 carbon copy of a reference on behalf of Kasser written by Černý.
Coptic studies and Kasser's work on the Bodmer papyri, which resulted in a number of publications dating from the 1950s to the early 2000s.

Keating, Rex - correspondence

6 letters from Keating, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Keating.
Participation of both in the UNESCO Nubian mission. Keating also made at least one recording with Černý.

Kees, Hermann - correspondence

7 letters from Kees, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Kees.
Kees's work on priests and priestly genealogies; Kees recommending Schafik Allam as a researcher; Černý writing about changes affecting Egyptological posts in the UK.

Kirkbride, Diana - correspondence

7 letters from Kirkbride, 1 carbon copy of a reference on behalf of D. Kirkbride written by Černý.
2 communications from K. Kenyon concerning D. Kirkbride's application to the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem, for the position of Secretary-Librarian.
University College London, Kirkbride's studies, and job applications, also reference to the political situation in the Middle East.
Kirkbride congratulating Černý on the Oxford Egyptology Chair election.

Kirollos, Samira - correspondence

1 letter from Kirollos.
Kirollos consulting Černý regarding the topic of drama and theatre in Antiquity, also thanking Černý for inspiring him when they met in person.

Kissling, Eckart - correspondence

3 letters from Kissling, 1 draft of a letter from Černý to Kissling.
Transcription of Egyptian names in the German edition of A. H. Gardiner's Egypt of the Pharaohs, which Kissling was translating. Published as: Gardiner, A. H., Geschichte des Alten Ägypten. Eine Einführung [1965] (OEB 11286).

Kitchen, Kenneth A. - correspondence

3 letters from Kitchen and an excerpt from Kitchen's work on Semitic loanwords in Egyptian, 1 carbon copy of a reference letter on behalf of Kitchen written by Černý, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Kitchen.
Kitchen's work on Semitic loan-words, references for job applications.

Klasens, Adolf - correspondence

3 letters from Klasens, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Klasens.
1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to the IFAO concerning books for Klasens.
Exchange of Egyptological publications and research into Demotic and Coptic etymologies.

Klauber, R. - correspondence

1 letter from Klauber.
Correspondence with Hutchinson & Co (publishers), concerning the unsatisfactory quality of illustrations in a translation of one of Černý's books. Probably a translation of Černý, J., Ancient Egyptian Religion (1957) (OEB 3264).

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