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    • Abrām Bibāwī and group in front of Pharmacie el-Salam

    • Children; Clothing and dress - Egypt; Egyptians; Headgear; Men's clothing; Stores; Arabic; Bibāwī, Abrām
    • 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.
    • Possible son or brother of Rāghib

    • Egyptians; Men; Rāghib Andarāwus al-Qiss 'Abd al-Sayyid
    • A man sits in a chair smoking a cigarette. This man was associated with Rāghib Andarāwus al-Qiss 'Abd al-Sayyid, an Egyptian historian known for first sending the Nag Hammadi codices to the Coptic Museum in Cairo.
    • Pharmacie el-Salam

    • Children; Clothing and dress - Egypt; Egyptians; Headgear; Men's clothing; Storefronts; Buildings; Naj' Ḥammādī (Egypt); Signs and signboards
    • 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.
    • Abū al-Majd

    • Portraits; Men's clothing; Clothing and dress - Egypt; Abū al-Majd
    • Abū al-Majd, Muḥammad 'Alī's younger brother, actually uncovered the jar containing the codices.
    • Bowl, Graeco-Roman, polished red ware R37

    • Antiquities; Pottery
    • Bottom of the Graeco-Roman polished red ware bowl of the fifth century C. E., used as the lid of the jar in which the Nag Hammadi codices were secreted. Acquired from Salib 'Abd al-Masīḥ at Chenoboskeia (al-Qaṣr). Salib received the bowl from...
    • Pharmacie el-Salam

    • Buildings; Carriages and carts; Dwellings; Naj' Ḥammādī (Egypt); Signs and signboards; Storefronts
    • 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.
    • Bowl, Graeco-Roman, polished red ware R37

    • Antiquities; Pottery
    • Graeco-Roman polished red ware bowl of the fifth century C. E., used as the lid of the jar in which the Nag Hammadi codices were secreted. Acquired from Salib 'Abd al-Masīḥ at Chenoboskeia (al-Qaṣr). Salib received the bowl from Khalīfah Alī...

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