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    • Simone Eid and the Doresses

    • 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
    • Visit to Luxor

    • Doresse, Jean, 1917-; Doresse, Marianne; Labib, Pahor; Luxor (Egypt); Hatshepsut, Queen of Egypt - Monuments
    • Jean and Marianne Doresse and Pahor Labib visit the Queen Hatshepsut monument in Luxor with Assiout and Sohag.
    • Simone Eid and the Doresses

    • Portraits, Group; Doresse, Jean, 1917-; Doresse, Marianne; Eid, Simone
    • 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.
    • Jean Doresse and Togo Mina

    • 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...
    • Jean Doresse and Togo Mina

    • 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.
    • Monastery between Al Qaṣr and Es-Ṣayyād

    • Monasteries; Buildings; Cliffs; Al Qaṣr (Egypt); Monastery of St. Palamon (Qaṣr, Egypt);
    • Monastery of St. Palamon at Al Qaṣr. Highest cupola (tower) is the church of Palamon, and lower tower on the right is the Church of St. Seifein. A Coptic cemetery is next to the monastery.
    • Nag Hammadi codices

    • Manuscript studies; Nag Hammadi codices
    • The codices together in the home of Maria Dattari in Garden City,(Cairo, Egypt) On the left, the Cairo leaves of Codex I, with page 50 on the top (with page 73 below, visible in the lacuna at the left). Beneath on the right are leaves of Codex...
    • Site of the discovery

    • Boulders; Cliffs; Excavations (Archaeology) - Egypt; Formations (Geology)
    • The site of the discovery of the Nag Hammadi codices beneath the shaded northern flank of the broken boulder on the talus of the cliff.
    • Site of the discovery

    • Boulders; Cliffs; Excavations (Archaeology) - Egypt; Formations (Geology)
    • The site of the discovery of the Nag Hammadi codices beneath the shaded northern flank of the broken boulder on the talus of the cliff.
    • Codex VIII, pages 132-133

    • Coptic manuscripts (Papyri); Manuscript studies; Case bindings (gathered matter components); Nag Hammadi codices. VIII
    • Codex VIII, pages 132 and 133. Photograph taken by Jean Doresse in the home of Maria Dattari.

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