Abrām Bibāwī, Bibāwī's brother, and others pose in front of the Pharmacie al-Salam, owned by Bibāwī's brother. The apartment on the second floor served as the informal headquarters of the Nag Hammadi expedition.
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A crowd of Egyptian men gather in front of Pharmacie el-Salam. The informal headquarters of the Nag Hammadi expedition was the home of Abrām Bibāwī, who lives on the second floor just above the pharmacy operated by his brother.
Muḥammad ʿAlī, discoverer of the Nag Hammadi codices, pictured with inhabitants of the town of Naj' Ḥammādī and Abrām Bibāwī (dressed in a suit), who brought Claremont scholar James Robinson in contact with ʿAlī.
Figures of ancient Egyptians cooking with a cauldron. The images appear amongst hieroglyphs carved on a cave wall. The cave in which this carving is located is not specified, but it is one of the many located at the base of the Jabal al-Ṭārif...