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    • Pharmacie el-Salam

    • Children; Clothing and dress - Egypt; Egyptians; Headgear; Men's clothing; Storefronts; Buildings; Naj' Ḥammādī (Egypt); Signs and signboards
    • A crowd of Egyptian men gather in front of Pharmacie el-Salam. The informal headquarters of the Nag Hammadi expedition was the home of Abrām Bibāwī, who lives on the second floor just above the pharmacy operated by his brother.
    • Institute of Papyrus

    • Robinson, James McConkey, 1924-; Robinson, Anita Weisbrod; Portraits, Group; Papyrus; Institute of Papyrus (Cairo, Egypt)
    • Anita and James Robinson, at right with their backs to the camera, and others look on while the director of the Institute of Papyrus talks about growing papyrus. The director was a retired general of the Egyptian army who introduced the art of...
    • Muḥammad 'Alī

    • Clothing and dress - Egypt; Headgear; Portraits; Qaṣr (Egypt); Naj' Ḥammādī (Egypt); Jabal al-Ṭārif (Egypt)
    • At Qaṣr, man identified as Muḥammad 'Alī of the al-Sammān clan, who is credited for having discovered ancient codices in a jar buried at Jabal al-Ṭārif cliff.
    • Aḥmad Īsm'āīl Ḥusayn al-Sayyid

    • Portraits; Aḥmad Īsm'āīl Ḥusayn al-Sayyid; Men's clothing; Clothing and dress - Egypt
    • Aḥmad Īsm'āīl Ḥusayn al-Sayyid is the son of Īsm'āīl who was murdered by Muḥammad 'Alī and his brothers in revenge for the murder of their father. Aḥmad Īsm'āīl Ḥusayn al-Sayyid avenged his father's murder, in turn, by shooting Muḥammad 'Alī just...
    • 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...
    • Writings in Psalms cave

    • Caves; Inscriptions; Walls
    • Coptic inscriptions in Psalms cave, also called cave 8 or T8. An inscription on the back reads, "In a cave in cliff, opening lines of OT psalms, Coptic based on LXX, as aide memoire to a monk who inhabited cave in Coptic times (same caves where...
    • Institute of Papyrus

    • Müller, Dieter, 1935 Mar. 12-; Layton, Bentley; Portraits, Group; Institute of Papyrus (Cairo, Egypt)
    • Dieter Müller, Bentley Layton, and the director of the Institute of Papyrus at the Institute. The director was a retired general of the Egyptian army who introduced the art of making papyrus after it had died out.
    • Muḥammad 'Alī Khalīfah al-Sammān

    • Cliffs; Deserts - Egypt; Dwellings; Egyptians; Headgear; Men's clothing; Al Qaṣr (Egypt); Jabal al-Ṭārif (Egypt)
    • Egyptian identified as Muḥammad 'Alī Khalīfah al-Sammān, the man who discovered the Nag Hammadi codices, poses at al-Qaṣr with Jabal al-Ṭārif in background.
    • Muḥammad 'Alī Khalīfah al-Sammān

    • Cliffs; Deserts - Egypt; Dwellings; Egyptians; Headgear; Men's clothing; Al Qaṣr (Egypt); Deserts - Egypt; Muḥammad 'Alī Khalīfah al-Sammān; Naj' Ḥammādī (Egypt)
    • Egyptian identified as Muḥammad 'Alī Khalīfah al-Sammān, the man who discovered the Nag Hammadi codices, poses for photograph with Naj' Ḥammādī town in background.
    • George H. Page

    • Page, George H.; Portraits
    • George H. (Tony) Page was American patron of the Jung Institute who funded the acquisition of the Jung Codex.
    • 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...
    • 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
    • Institute of Papyrus

    • Robinson, James McConkey, 1924-; Robinson, Anita Weisbrod; Institute of Papyrus (Cairo, Egypt); Portraits, Group
    • James and Anita Robinson and the director of the Institute of Papyrus at the institute. The director was a retired general of the Egyptian army who introduced the art of making papyrus after it had died out.
    • Dr. Labib Habachi

    • Clothing and dress - Egypt; Egyptians; Habachi, Labib, 1906-1984; Scholars
    • Labib Habachi and other Egyptians gather. Dr Habachi (1906-1984) was an influential Egyptian egyptologist who spent thirty years in the antiquities department of the Egyptian government, with much of that time spent participating in digs.
    • Muḥammad 'Alī Khalīfah al-Sammān

    • Egyptians; Clothing and dress - Egypt; Nag Hammadi codices; Men's clothing; Portraits; Jabal al-Ṭārif (Egypt)
    • Man identified as Muḥammad 'Alī of the al-Sammān clan, who is credited for having discovered ancient codices in a jar buried at Jabal al-Ṭārif. Muḥammad 'Alī and his family destroyed some of the codices found at the site.
    • Muḥammad 'Alī Khalīfah al-Sammān

    • Egyptians; Clothing and dress - Egypt; Nag Hammadi codices; Portraits; Jabal al-Ṭārif (Egypt)
    • Man identified as Muḥammad 'Alī of the al-Sammān clan, who is credited for having discovered ancient codices in a jar buried at Jabal al-Ṭārif. Muḥammad 'Alī and his family destroyed some of the codices found at the site.

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