42 letters from Žába. Professional and personal matters:
Žába's studies in Prague and his dissertation on Ptahhotep (later published as, Žába, Z., Les maximes de Ptaḥḥotep (1956) (OEB 5487)) -Žába's plans to visit Oxford and study with B. Gunn -book exchange and purchases -the situation of the Egyptological seminar in Prague -Egyptian collections in Czechoslovakia -post-war Britain and Czechoslovakia -personal matters -the move of Černý's library to London
Translation of part by Černý and tentative translation by A. H. Gardiner and R. O. Faulkner of stela of King Kamosi, with text of year 3 of Kamosi concerning his victory over the Hyksos, stela carved on a pillar from a temple of Sesostris I, found re-used in foundations of Second Pylon of Great Temple, Karnak (see TopBib ii2.37).
Material relating to Černý's publication Late Ramesside Letters: -Carbon copy of French translations of nos. 1-51 Additional to those published, -No. 52, papyrus British Museum, EA 10411 -No. 53, papyrus British Museum, EA 10419 -No. 54, Bankes Collection, 2
5 tracings; 4 in pencil, 1 inked. Five tracings of hieratic texts. -Černý MSS 6.25A, written in large careful hieratic signs -Černý MSS 6.26, very fragmentary, could also be an ostracon fragment. Not identified. No provenance indicated.