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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 Apollo II: unpublished Lansing BM EA papyri (probably belong in this file).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.

'It is our father who writes'

Material for projected book on It is our father who writes: Orders from the Archimandrite’s office at the Monastery of Apollo at Bawit.
Manuscript with photocopies of illustrations, correspondence concerning papyrus Jonathan Byrd 36.2 and other papyri, and annotated photocopied articles.

Bawit papyri and other miscellaneous material concerning the Monastery of Apa Apollo

Colour and b&w photos of Coptic papyri in the Ismailia Museum, Egypt (some by Gabra, others, apparently, by Sarah Clackson).
Transcription and translation of very fragmentary papyrus No. 1143.
Correspondence; notes; transcriptions and translations of, and comments on, selected papyri in Ismailia.
Notes on Bawit papyri.
Notes on excavations at Bawit and annotated photocopied articles.
Annotated photocopied articles on Apollo of Bawit/Titkooh.
‘Secondary literature: monasteries’ - annotated photocopied articles.
MIFAO indices of Bawit papyri by Anne Boud’hors and R. G. Coquin, and a photocopied article on the conservation of the papyri.
Photocopied annotated article on the ‘Apollo of the Monastery of Isaac’ by H. Quecke, 1983.

Hermopolite Monastery of Apollo and other monastery sites

Much of this material seems to be later than Sarah Clackson’s dissertation, but probably predates her revision of it into a book.
Maps; photocopies of papyri; notes; photocopied annotated articles; thesis abstract.
Monastery sites: photocopied annotated articles.
Tithes: annotated photocopied articles and notes.
Formula: notes.
Annotated photocopied articles; notes; correspondence.

Corpus Christi College Library Hoskyns MS 541

B&W photocopies of MS 541 papyri with short introductory paragraph by Sarah Clackson, references and a tabulated list of the papyri including content and recorded provenance.
Notes; photocopied annotated articles; transcriptions; ‘Genesis’ fragment transcription and b&w photographs.

Sir Herbert Thompson Archive

List of the demotic papers, etc. covered by Sir Herbert Thompson’s bequest to Professor S. R. K. Glanville.
Photocopied articles.
Short biography and list of material held in the Cambridge University Library collections.
Petrie ostraca notes.
Correspondence relating to Turin demotic rotuli.
Allberry’s Kephalaia index, Oriental Studies Library, Cambridge.
Listing of Cambridge Oriental Faculty Library’s Egyptological holdings, with items belonging to the Sir Herbert Thompson archive underlined in pencil.

Material concerning various other mainly Coptic collections in Cambridge

Annotated photocopied articles; notes; transcriptions and translations; correspondence.
Cambridge University Library Oxyrhynchus papyri: lists; correspondence.
Fitzwilliam Museum collection: annotated photocopied articles; notes; correspondence; list of papyri.
Trinity College Collection: descriptive list by Petra M. Sijpesteijn, including floppy disc; printouts of b&w scans; transcriptions; comments and notes; correspondence.
St. John’s College collection: b&w scans; notes; correspondence; photocopied articles.
Museum of Classical Archaeology collection: correspondence.
Westminster College: notes, transcriptions, location list.
Queen’s College: annotated photocopied article (single page).

Shine nsa ostraca

Transcriptions with notes of IFAO ostraca.
Heidelberg, Institut für Papyrologie: notes on texts consulted, February 2002; updates and corrections for catalogue entries.
Annotated photocopied articles.
‘Recherchen zum koptischen Schrifttum in Prager Museen und Sammlungen (Stand August 1998)’, by Wolf B. Oerter
Page entitled ‘New šine nsa ostraca - where are they now?’, from ‘Reconstructing the archives of the monastery of Apollo at Bawit’. Transcription and translation of Cybele Coptic ostraca 72, 73, and 74. Three colour photographs.
Typescript of an article on ‘Another Coptic “enquiry” about a delivery of wheat’, by W. J. Tait, for C. Eyre et. al. (eds.), The Unbroken Reed (Fs. Shore).


Amarna Coptic and Greek ostraca and graffiti - text of lecture given in 1995.
Transcriptions and translations.
Copies of ostraca.
Lecture on Ostraca and graffiti excavated at El-‘Amarna, with corrections and comments by Barry Kemp, presented at a conference in Münster in 1996.
OHPs, slides, photographs and photocopies of ostraca from excavations.


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.

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’.

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’.

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.
Notes on the demotic documents in the collection.
Prosopography by inventory number.
Notes on correspondence on the papyri.
Notes on literary papyri.

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