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Michigan Papyri

Notes and transcriptions.
Annotated copy of ‘Revised inventory of Coptic Papyri’ by G. M. Browne.

Amarna

Amarna Coptic and Greek ostraca and graffiti - text of lecture given in 1995.
Notes.
Transcriptions and translations.
Copies of ostraca.
Correspondence.
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.

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.

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’.

Somers Clarke Collection

  • Clarke MSS
  • Colección
  • 1880s-1926

Notebooks, notes, maps, plans, drawings, photographs, and correspondence. There is a small amount of material amongst these papers relating to Westminster Abbey (correspondence).

Clarke, Somers

Jacques Jean Clère Collection

  • Clère MSS
  • Colección
  • mid 1940s-1989

Notebooks, notes, drafts of articles, teaching notes, xeroxes, card indexes, copies of inscriptions, impressions, photographs, negatives, transparencies, tracings, drawings, and correspondence.

Clère, Jacques Jean

Elise Jenny Baumgartel Collection

  • Baumgartel MSS
  • Colección
  • c.1960-1975

1) Two typescripts with pages from the published edition, and handwritten notes and editing marks, together with a small box of glass negatives of plates marked 'Plates for Part 2'. Both entitled ''Egypt's Beginnings', being the third edition of <i>The Cultures of Prehistoric Egypt</i> by Elise J. Baumgartel.' Also notes on the manuscript by Barry Kemp, dated 1975.
2) Collected notes and photographs relating to Predynastic material in The Brooklyn Museum. Two reports: one a copy of 'Report of Henry de Morgan on his researches in the Nile Valley between Esneh and Gebel-Silsilèh, during the winter of 1907-1908'; the other, no title or date, addressed 'To A. Augustus Healy, Esq., President of the Brooklyn of Arts & Sciences' [sic].
3) Seven card index boxes:
a) Naqada and Ballas Site Index [4 boxes]: Identified contents of grave groups from numbered tombs in Predynastic cemetery at Naqada, also Naqada town site, and Ballas (excav. Petrie, 1895), with current museum location; arranged by tomb number and cross referenced to <i>Naqada and Ballas</i> (London, 1896). The card index was created by Elise J. Baumgartel as the basis for her <i>Petrie’s Naqada Excavation. A Supplement</i> (London, 1970); subsequently maintained and updated by Joan Crowfoot Payne, ‘Appendix to Naqada Excavations Supplement’, <i>JEA</i> 73 (1987), 181-9.
b) Petrie’s Naqada Site Records [2 boxes] (sketches of numbered graves showing disposition of bodies and grave goods): photocopies of the entries in site notebooks, filed by tomb number.
c) Petrie’s Ballas Site Records [1 box] (sketches of numbered graves showing disposition of bodies and grave goods): photocopies of the entries in site notebooks, filed by tomb number.

Baumgartel, Elise Jenny

Ostraca

867 groups of documentation, mainly for ostraca with hieratic inscriptions, as well as a small number of ostraca with demotic or Coptic inscriptions, or ostraca with figures.
Writing boards with hieratic inscriptions are also included.
Most of the documents are photographs. The rest of the material includes transcriptions, translations, facsimiles, correspondence, annotated off-prints and various notes.

-Museums, Černý MSS 1.1-522 (523-4, numbers not allocated)
-Collections, Černý MSS 1.525-594
-Not identified, Černý MSS 1.595-625
-Miscellaneous, Černý MSS 1.626-830

Photographs

277 groups of photographs. Most black and white images. Series includes photographs taken at sites including wall scenes in temples and tombs, and objects in museums, private collections, seen with dealers, location not known and not identified:
-91 groups for sites and wall scenes, Černý MSS 2.1-184, 405-416
-182 groups for objects in museums, private collections, dealers, location not known and not identified, Černý MSS. 2.185-400, 2.417-725
-2 photographs of Oriental Congresses: 1928, Černý MSS 2.401; 1931, Černý MSS 2.402
-2 photographs of Egyptologists: Ludwig Keimer, Černý MSS 2.403; Adolf Erman, Černý MSS 2.404

Articles and Lectures

48 groups of documents, handwritten and typewritten manuscripts.
Drafts and preparatory notes for both published and unpublished articles. Texts of lectures.

New Kingdom history

Manuscript, 3 drafts, probably intended for a paper(s) or publication chapters.
New Kingdom history:
-Beginnings of the XIXth Dynasty, Ramesses I and Sety I, Ramesses II, Merenptah and the Libyan invasion
-End of the Nineteenth Dynasty. Setnakhte and Ramesses III
-From the death of Ramesses III to the end of the XXth Dynasty

Hieratic graffito from KV 9, Ramesses VI

1 inked tracing, 7 lines of a hieratic graffito from KV 9, tomb of Ramesses VI, Thebes, visited by scribes in year 9 of Ramesses IX. Scribe Amenhotep and his entourage, visiting the tomb (see TopBib i2.517).
Reference to a previous record made by Champollion, J. F., Notices descriptives ii (1889), 635 (OEB 136960).

Graffito from the tomb of Ptahshepses at Abusir

1 photograph, positive print, annotated on the back.
Photograph of a hieratic graffito of year 50 (probably of Ramesses II) of the scribe Ptahemwia and father Yupa, concerning their visit to Pyramid of Sahure and paying homage to the goddess Sekhmet. Graffito from room II (Second Portico) in the mastaba-tomb of Ptahshepses, Middle of Dyn. V, at Abusir. See TopBib iii2.342(8) and (9).

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