Scholars; Robinson, James McConkey, 1924-; Egyptians; Food; Clothing and dress - Egypt; Naj' Ḥammādī (Egypt)
Claremont scholar James Robinson speaking with Sadi and Aḥmad, son of Īsmāʿīl Ḥusayn al-Sayyid, at a table full of food. Rajeh, the driver for the expedition's crew of scholars, sits at right. At left is Peggy Hedrick.
Egyptians; Coptic Church; Coptic church buildings; Coptic Church. Patriarch; Christian art and symbolism; Scholars; Robinson, James McConkey, 1924-; Naj' Ḥammādī (Egypt)
A preacher reads scripture to his congregation during a worship service at the Evangelical Coptic Church of Naj' Ḥammādī. The artwork of the church is on display behind him; a banner rests above a depiction of the crucified Lord with corpus and...
Rocks; Deserts; Photography of Rocks; Landscapes - Egypt
A view of the Egyptian desert. A person sits on a small rise while the shadow of the photographer is visible in the foreground. This postcard was made from a photograph by James Robinson and his family.
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.
An unidentified Egyptian man sits 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. Photograph is blurry.
Sabbatical leave; Clothing and dress; Men's clothing; Nagel, Peter, Dr. theol., Dr. phil.; Scholars; Hedrick, Charles W.; Emmel, Stephen
Social gathering during James Robinson and Charles Hedrick's sabbatical which they took to place remaining fragments of the Nag Hammadi codices. From left to right sits Peter Nagel, Steve Emmel, Hedrick, and an unidentified man.