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    • Bahīj 'Alī Muḥammad Ādam

    • Portraits; Bahīj 'Alī Muḥammad Ādam; Clothing and dress - Egypt; Men's clothing
    • Thiis "one-eyed Bad-Man of Chenoboskeia (al-Qaṣr)" obtained the bulk of the codices from the family of Muḥammad ʿAlī.
    • 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...
    • Aerial view of the Nile River valley and the Jabal al-Ṭārif

    • Aerial photographs; Nile River; Deserts - Egypt; Jabal al-Ṭārif (Egypt); Naj' Ḥammādī (Egypt); Al Qaṣr (Egypt)
    • Naj' Ḥammādī itself is on the left bank, on the sout-west side of the large bend of the Nile River. Al-Qaṣr (Chenoboskeia) is on the right bank, half-way down the large bend. Just north of al-Qaṣr, the light area indicates the arid, slightly...
    • Al-Qaṣr

    • Buildings; Cities and towns; Qaṣr (Egypt); Desert landscape architecture
    • Al-Qaṣr (Chenoboskeia) from the south near the Nile River.
    • 	Deir Anba-Balamūn

    • Deir Anba-Balamūn (Qaṣr, Egypt); Monasteries; Monastery of St. Palamon (Qaṣr, Egypt);
    • Monastery of St. Palamon at al-Qaṣr (Chenoboskeia), also known as the Church of Palamon. Second tower is encased in scaffolding.
    • Al-Qaṣr

    • Qaṣr (Egypt); Dwellings; Regionalism in architecture; Desert landscape architecture; Buildings; Cities and towns; Deserts - Egypt; Desert soils
    • Buildings and trees in al-Qaṣr (Chenoboskeia), Egypt. Writing on the reverse side of the image reads: "El Kasr (chenoboskeion) from the south".
    • Codex I, cartonnage inside of front cover

    • Coptic manuscripts (Papyri); Manuscript studies; Case bindings (gathered matter components); Nag Hammadi codices. I
    • Codex I (the Jung Codex) with the cartonnage in the inside of the front cover. The papyrus reused to stiffen the cover mentions Chenoboskeia. Photograph was taken by Jean Doresse in the home of Maria Dattari.
    • Al-Qaṣr

    • Buildings; Cities and towns; Qaṣr (Egypt); Desert landscape architecture
    • Al-Qaṣr (Chenoboskeia) from the north.
    • 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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