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    • Close-up of funerary strip

    • Antiquities; Gospel of Thomas (Coptic Gospel)
    • This is a fairly well known Christian burial shroud from Oxyrhynchus with a Greek inscription that parallels a portion of Gospel of Thomas saying 5: "Jesus says, There is nothing buried that will not be raised.' " A couple points are especially...
    • Phocion J. Tano

    • Tano, Phocion J.; Portraits
    • Phocion J. Tano, Cypriote antiquities dealer of Cairo. He used Maria Dattari as a front for his possession of the codices, which were acquired from Bahīj 'Alī and Zakī Basṭā, but then nationalized by the Egyptian government.
    • Anba Basilios

    • Art objects; Christian art and symbolism; Clergy - Clothing; Clergy; Coptic Church. Patriarch; Portraits; Priests
    • This is a portrait of an elderly Anba Basilios, a Coptic priest who was born in al-Qaṣr and died in Dishnā in 1966. "Dechneh" was referenced in multiple writings by Dr. James M. Robinson, such as in The Biblical Archaeologist, Vol. 42, No. 4,...
    • Cave T 8 at Jabal al-Ṭārif

    • Caves; Inscriptions; Excavations (Archaeology) - Egypt; Archaeological sites; Jabal al-Ṭārif (Egypt)
    • Coptic inscriptions with lines from Psalms on a cave wall, giving this cave its alternate name, "Psalms cave," thus it was clearly used by monks.
    • 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...
    • Nile River oasis

    • Animals; Children; Deserts - Egypt; Egyptians; Nature; Nile River; Plants; Trees
    • Child rides a donkey on a path near oasis. Lush greenery and plants fill the scene, and mountains appear in the background. An inscription on the back reads, "Oasis created by bend in Nile near Chenoboskion with Gebel et-Tarif in background." A...
    • Codex VI, opened at the center of the quire

    • 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...
    • 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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