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A family archive from Siut : from papyri in the British Museum including an account of a trial before the Laocritae in the year B.C. 170 /

: Atlas issued in portfolio.
Text. : xxiii, 148 page : atlas of xxx facsim. (part fold.) ; 32 cm.

Arabic papyri in the Egyptian Library /

: 6 volume, 20 plates ; 34 cm.

Published 1931
Barhebraeus' scholia on the Old Testament ... /

: A facsimile reproduction of the Syriac manuscript, "Ausar rāzē," "Florence. Medicean lib. 230," copied by John of Sarw in 1278, with notes and collation, and a complete English translation. cf. Prefatory note. : volume : facsims ; 31 x 24 cm. : "Manuscripts used for this edition": title pages I, pages XI.
"Works cited" : pages xii-xiii.

Papyrus Carlsberg No. I : Ein hieratisch-demotischer kosmologischer text /

: "Ein Text einer grösseren Sammlung, die ... vom Carlsbergfond erworben wurde und dem Aegyptologischen Institut der Universität Kopenhagen übergeben worden ist." : 92 page : 31 plates, 7 facsims ; 27 cm.

Late Ramesside Letters /

: xii, 85 pages ; 24 cm. : Includes bibliographical references.

The Petrie papyri : (P. Petrie 2) /

: volume <1 > : illustrations ; 26 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and indexes. : 906569451x

Hieratic papyri in the British Museum.

: xx, 52 pages : chiefly plates ; 36 cm. : Includes bibliographical references.

Two hieroglyphic papyri from Tanis : facsimiles and introductory remarks /

: 25 pages, 15 leaves of plates : illustrations ; 33 cm.

Published 2019
Kitāb al-waḥshiyyāt : Nuskha bar gardān bih qaṭʿ-i aṣl-i nuskha-yi khaṭṭi-yi kitābkhāna-yi shakhṣi-yi Dr. Waḥīd Dhulfiqārī kitābat 550 H /

: The Arab poet and anthologist Abū Tammām (d. 231/845) was born in Jāsim in Syria, between Damascus and Darʿā. After a first period as a weavers' assistant in Damascus and as a water-seller in Cairo, studying poetry on the side, he had his breakthough as a poet after his return to Syria in the time of al-Muʿtaṣim billāh (r. 218-27/833-42). Considered as the greatest panegyrist of his time, he sang the praises of the caliph and many other public figures of his age. Besides Egypt, Abū Tammām also travelled to other regions, his most celebrated sojourn being in Hamadan where he compiled his famous poetic anthology the Kitāb al-ḥamāsa . The present work is a similar compilation by him, though smaller and much less known. Edited previously on the basis of one manuscript from Istanbul, the present facsimile edition is of a second manuscript, this time from Yazd. Some folios missing but good readings, interesting marginalia.
: 1 online resource. : 9789004405684
9786002030085

Published 1987
Greek manuscripts of the ancient world /

: "An illustrative supplement to the author's Greek papyri: an introduction"--P. vi.
Includes indexes. : xvi, 174 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. : Bibliography: p. 153-161. : 0900587482 (pbk.)

Published 1971
Greek manuscripts of the ancient world /

: An illustrative supplement to the author's Greek papyri: an introduction. : xi, 132 p. : illus. ; 30 cm. : Includes bibliographical references. : 0691035415