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Jacques Jean Clère Collection

  • Clère MSS
  • Collection
  • mid 1940s-1989

Notebooks, loose notes, drafts of articles, teaching notes, photocopies, card indexes, copies of inscriptions, impressions, photographs, negatives, transparencies (cut into strips and in rolls), videotape recording, tracings, drawings, and correspondence.

Clère, Jacques Jean

Marburg Institute Photographs Collection

  • Marburg MSS
  • Collection
  • c.1930s

15 black and white photographs of well-known monuments. Photographs made for the project 'Sondermappe Bilder zur aegyptischen Kunst'.

Marburg Institute

Philipp Remelé Photographs Collection

  • Remelé MSS
  • Collection
  • 1873-1874

21 photographs. 13 of the Temple of Hibis at el-Khârga Oasis, and 8 of the Temple of Deir el-Hagar at el-Dâkhla Oasis.

Remelé, Philipp

Georges Nagel Collection

  • Nagel MSS
  • Collection
  • 1920s-1930s

Two albums containing approximately 460 black and white photographs taken by various members of the IFAO team during excavations at Deir el-Medîna during the 1920s and 30s. Photographs interspersed with some notes and drawings.

Nagel, Georges

Wylie Negatives Collection

  • Wylie MSS
  • Collection
  • 1910

153 black and white negatives taken in Egypt, Palestine, and Greece. Boxes marked with the date '1910'. Most of the Egyptian negatives show Giza Pyramids and the Great Sphinx.

Wylie

James Henry Breasted | Nubian Photographs Collection

  • Breasted photographs
  • Collection
  • prints 1924-1957 - negatives 1905-1906

Photographs of Nubian Temples made during Breasted's expedition, 1905-6. Photostats of temple plans annotated with Chicago, Oriental Institute photograph numbers.

Breasted, James Henry

Fratelli Alinari Collection

  • Alinari MSS
  • Collection
  • End of the 19th Century to 1st half of the 20th Century

1) Black and white photographs of objects in various Italian museums, including Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, Florence, Museo Archeologico (complete set), and Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale [2 boxes]
2) Two black and white photographs of views of Rome (photographs No. 5964 and No. 6688) [1 package]

Fratelli Alinari

Metropolitan Museum of Art Photographs Collection

  • MMA MSS
  • Collection
  • 1900s-1940s
  • Thebes, private tombs: one incomplete set of Series T photographs [15 boxes] and a few duplicate photographs of the same [2 boxes], there are also some glass negatives of some of the same [1 box]
  • Thebes, Valley of the Kings, royal tombs: an incomplete set of photographs [1 box]
  • Thebes. Valley of the Queens, the tomb of Nefertari (QV 66), photographs [1 folder, in the same box as Valley of the Kings]
  • Deir el-Bahari (Deir el-Bahri), Temple of Hatshepsut, incomplete set of photographs [1 box]

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Edward Hincks Collection

  • Hincks MSS
  • Collection
  • early 1830s-1866
  • Hincks MSS 1: Correspondence, and Warren Dawson's handwritten catalogue for the same ['Box A', 'Box B' and notebook]
  • Hincks MSS 2: Notes, unfinished lecture ['Box C']
  • Hincks MSS 3: A small number of plaster casts made from Egyptian and Assyrian objects [two small boxes]:
    • Egyptian funerary cones (Davies and Macadam, Nos 3 and 20)
    • Marriage scarab of Amenhotep III [Amenophis III] (perhaps Blankenberg van Delden A18)
  • Hincks MSS 4: A hand copy made by W. R. Dawson of Hincks, 'On Certain Egyptian Papyri in the British Museum', published in Transactions of the British Archaeological Association at its Second Annual Congress held at Winchester, August 1845 [one notebook]
  • Hincks MSS 5: Portrait painting (oil on canvas, 79 x 104 cm, 107.5 x 133 cm with frame) by Richard Hooke (1820-1908)

Hincks, (Revd) Edward

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Thebes. West Bank. Valley of the Kings. Tomb KV 11

Loose mounted watercolour inspired by a relief scene from the right wall of side room L of the tomb of Ramesses III (KV11, Valley of the Kings) on the west bank of Thebes. This scene is now destroyed within the tomb, and shows a series of five decorated chairs and accompanying stools. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Chairs painted in the tomb of Rameses the 3d Thebes'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Thebes. West Bank. Valley of the Kings. Tomb KV 11

Loose mounted watercolour inspired by a relief scene from side room I of the tomb of Ramesses III (KV11, Valley of the Kings) on the west bank of Thebes. The scene includes two harpist figures dressed in white robes, and damage to the original scene is noted by the omission of one figures' face and a lower part of the left side harp. Part of the hieroglyphic inscription of the scene has been included in faint pencil. On the bottom left corner of the paper is a small note 'G. A. Hoskins'. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'painted in the tomb of Rameses 3d (Called Bruces tomb) Thebes'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Thebes. West Bank. Tomb TT 50

Loose mounted watercolour of a tomb relief scene from the hallway of the early 18th Dynasty tomb of Neferhotep (TT50) at the west bank of Thebes. This scene comes from register I, and shows a group of male figures with servants before the royal figure of Horemheb and Neferhotep being rewarded. Above them are short columns indicating the layout of the inscription, though no hieroglyphs are visible. On the top left corner of the paper is a note: 'Plate 4'. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Tomb of King Amulek or Horus Thebes opened by G A H'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Thebes. West Bank. Valley of the Kings. Tomb KV 17

Loose mounted watercolour of a section from side room N of the tomb of Sety I (KV17, Valley of the Kings) on the west bank of Thebes. The background includes a large relief scene from one of the walls, and shows a row of various deities and figures from the Book of Imi-Duat and a row of furniture. Slightly off-centre and in front of this wall is a pillar designated as pillar B, with a large representation of the god Osiris between the emblems of Anubis. Along the bottom edge of the paper are traces of handwritten notes in pencil, now partially visible. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Section of one of the rooms in the sepulchre of King Osirei'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Thebes. West Bank. Tomb TT 50

Loose mounted watercolour of a tomb relief scene from the hallway of the early 18th Dynasty tomb of Neferhotep (TT50) at the west bank of Thebes. This scene comes from register I, and shows a young son making an offering to his seated parents and relatives, each of whom have a funerary cone on their head and are embracing one another. Above them are short columns indicating the layout of the inscription, though no hieroglyphs are visible. On the top left corner of the paper is a note: 'Plate 2'. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Tomb of Amulek Thebes'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Study of a Man

Loose mounted watercolour of a seated man with a sword. On the bottom left corner of the paper is a small 'P 3', and along the bottom edge are faded traces of notes in pencil, now partially visible: '[...] Sayd Chief of the Ababde tribe'. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Sheakh Sayd chief of the Ababde tribe'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Thebes. West Bank. Valley of the Kings. Tomb KV 11

Loose mounted watercolour inspired by a relief scene from side room M of the tomb of Ramesses III (KV11, Valley of the Kings) on the west bank of Thebes. This shows a series of weapons and armour including several swords, spears, and headgear. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'from the tomb of Rameses the 3d Thebes'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Thebes. West Bank. Valley of the Kings. Tomb KV 17

Loose mounted watercolour of a relief scene from side room M of the tomb of Sety I (KV17, Valley of the Kings) on the west bank of Thebes. The scene shows the divine cow with a range of other deities underneath, which is a vignette from the Book of the Cow. Some hieroglyph inscriptions have been included between the figures in pencil. Small hieroglyph signs are also positioned beside and above the cow figure. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Belzonis tomb Thebes'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Study of Two Men

Loose mounted watercolour of two men, each with a raised weapon and shield. Along the bottom left edge of the paper is a handwritten note: 'Arabs of the Shageea tribe fighting', and a small 'P 38' written in the bottom left corner. Other notes in now faded pencil are partially visible across the bottom of the paper: 'spears to be [...]'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Study of a Man

Loose mounted watercolour of a man wearing a white kilt and detailed armlets on both elbows. On the top right corner of the paper is a small number '4', and at the bottom left corner is a 'P 16'. A small 'L B' is visible above this in faded pencil. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Shageea of the desert'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Study of a Man

Loose mounted watercolour of a seated man with a sword. On the bottom left corner of the paper is a small 'P 2', and along the bottom edge are faded traces of notes in pencil, now partially visible: '[...] Sheakh [...] Melek of Shendy'. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Sheakh Besher now Melek of Shendy'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Study of a Man

Loose mounted watercolour of a seated young man with his arms crossed over his chest. On the bottom edge of the paper is a small note 'P 2', and a larger handwritten note in pencil that is only partially visible: '[...] Sheakh [...] Son of a Sheakh'. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Son of the Sheakh of the Bishary tribe'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Study of a Man

Loose mounted watercolour of a man from the Ababda Bedouin tribe holding a spear, with a desert landscape in the background. On the top right corner of the paper is a small number '4', and at the bottom left corner is a 'P 1'. Along the bottom edge of the paper is a handwritten note in faded pencil, only partly legible: 'Camel man [...] look so fierce'. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Camel man of the Ababde tribe'.

George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Study of a Man

Loose mounted watercolour of a male chief from the Shaigiya tribe, wearing loose white clothing and holding a tall spear. On the bottom left corner is a 'P 30'. Along the bottom edge of the paper is a handwritten note in faded pencil: 'LB A Melek of the Shageea tribe'. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Melek of the Shageea tribe'.

George A. Hoskins Drawing - Sûlb

Loose mounted pencil drawing of a view of the temple of Amun and Amenhotep III at Sûlb (Soleb). Some figures stand near the remains of the structure in the distance, while a couple of seated figures are positioned in the foreground. On the bottom edge of the paper is a faint handwritten note: 'Solib Temple of Amenoph Solib'. On the bottom edge of the mount is a handwritten note in ink: 'Temple of Solib Ethiopia'.

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