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Sir Stephen Gaselee Bequest Catalogue

Photocopied card catalogue of paper codices in Coptic and Arabic and printed books relating to Coptic studies at Christ’s College Library, donated by Sir Stephen Gaselee.
Description of manuscript collection.
Correspondence.
Photographs and scans.
Notes.
Conservation report.

Pierpoint Morgan Library, New York

Correspondence.
Notes.
Transcriptions and translations with commentary.
Annotated photocopied articles.
One reel of positive microfilm of Coptic papyri nos. M660, M661, and M662.

The Schøyen Collection, Spikkestad, Norway

Correspondence.
B&w and colour photocopies of fragmentary papyri.
‘Short description catalogue. Coptic’, by Martin Schøyen.
‘The Schøyen Collection: Checklist of Western Manuscripts 1 - 1660’, by Martin Schøyen.
Some transliteration and translation.

Qasr Ibrim

Photographs of Coptic papyri from EES excavations at Qasr Ibrim, now in Cambridge University’s Oriental Faculty.

Apa John Archive

Notes and annotated photocopies relating to the Apa John archive in the John Rylands Library, including an unpublished draft of ‘The Archive of Apa Johannes’, by Dr Malcolm Choat, of Macquarie University, Sydney, with annotations by Sarah Clackson.

Greek and Coptic texts on medical and ophthalmic preparations

Material for contribution to Gedenkschrift Ulrike Horak, ‘Greek and Coptic medical prescriptions from the Michaelides collection in Cambridge University Library’.
Notes.
B&w photographs of papyri.
Correspondence.
Transcriptions.
Annotated copies of ‘Greek and Coptic Pharmaceutical Manuscripts in Cambridge University Library. Folio from a Greek pharmaceutical codex CUL Michael. 1073'.

The Coptic Bible & Genesis

Annotated copy of ‘An unedited Coptic leaf of Genesis in Cambridge University Library (P. Camb. UL Or. 1699 P i)’, published in Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 35 (1998).
Annotated copy of review of K.-H. Schüssler’s Biblia coptica: Die koptischen Bibeltexte, puiblished in Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 35 (1998)
Photocopies and photographs (colour & b&w); notes and photocopied articles; correspondence; drafts.

Coptic palaeography

Photographs, photocopies and scans of papyri.
Photocopies of dated and undated mss.
Annotated notes for seminar on palaeography, 21 May, 1992.
Prosopography and annotated photocopied articles.

Some descriptions and texts

-Griffith MSS 1.17.1, 2, 5, 5 verso, 7, 8: Stelae in Oxford, Queen's College, Nos. 1110 to 1113 [on loan to the Ashmolean Museum]. Smither, Paul C. and Alec N. Dakin, 'Stelae in the Queen's College, Oxford', in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 25 (2) (1939), 157-165 (OEB 150464), plates XX [1, 2], XXI [5, 4].
-Griffith MSS 1.17.3, 4: Stelae in Brighton Museum - Ram of Amun in papyrus, XVIIIth Dynasty and Minhotep, XIIth Dynasty. Weigall, Arthur E., The funeral tablets in the Brighton Museum, in Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology 22 (1900), 272-273, with plates I and II (OEB 152091).
-Griffith MSS 1.17.4: Block statue of Minmosi, temp. Rameses II, in Brighton Museum. Clère, J. J., 'Deux statues 'gardiennes de porte' d'époque ramesside', in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 54 (1968), 135-148 (OEB 12800), esp. 135-8, 142-5 with fig. 1 and plate XXI.
-Griffith MSS 1.17.4a verso: Ushabti in Brighton Museum.
-Griffith MSS 1.17.4b: Notes on objects in Brighton Museum.
-Griffith MSS 1.17.2 verso: Wooden mummy case in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum.
-Griffith MSS 1.17.6: Unidentified text.

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