Eid, Simone; Doresse, Jean, 1917-; Doresse, Marianne; Portraits, Group
In the home of Simone Eid. From left to right: Jean Doresse, Marianne Doresse and Simone Eid. Simone Eid is the widow of Albert Eid, the Belian antiquities dealer who took Codex I (the Jung Codex) from Egypt to New York and then to Bel
From left to right: Marianne Doresse, Simone Eid and Jean Doresse. Simone Eid is the widow of Albert Eid, a Belgian antiquities dealer of Cairo. he took Codex I (the Jung Codex) from Egypt to New York and then to Belgium.
Coptic manuscripts (Papyri); Manuscript studies; Case bindings (gathered matter components); Nag Hammadi codices. VI
Codex VI, opened at the centre of the quire, pages 38-39, showing Codex XIII, 46 protruding along the left side, and, on the left at the bottom, XIII, 44, The hand is that of Marianne Doresse. The chicken feather was used by Doresse to indicate the...
Doresse, Jean, 1917-; Texts; Wall hangings; Decoration and ornament; Books; Nag Hammadi codices; Coptic manuscripts (Papyri); Coptic language - Papyri; Matḥaf al-Qiḅtī (Cairo, Egypt)
Jean Doresse and Togo Mina, Director of the Coptic Museum, in the Director's Office examining Codex III, p. 71. This is from a series first prepared for the first public announcement of the discovery, one of which was published in Le progrès...