This paper was extracted from the manuscript of Cavalier Sport. It is a scene of two persons dueling with rods with their trainer behind them.
The book is an abbreviated version for Nespaqashuty of the book of the Amduat"the book of the underworld", which describes the journey of the sun god through the 12 hours of the night.
This funerary papyrus shows the 11th and the 12th hours of the Amduat, or "Book of the Underworld." The Amduat describes the journey of the sun god through the 12 hours of the night.
The manuscript page is illustrated with a drawing in black ink that portrays two warriors standing beside a tree with many branches, upon which two birds in a back to back position
The black ink drawing on an irregular piece of paper depicts a man with detailed features in a turban and baggy trousers.
This book is a part of a Katamarus, which means "according to the day." The readings are divided into days according to the Coptic months.
This book contains the four Gospels in two columns and the Dallal of the Coptic year seasons.
This Katamarus, or Dallal, contains the lections of the Jonah Fast and Lent. It is written in Arabic and has a modern red cover of hard paper.
This is the Book of Psalms of the Old Testament. In addition to the psalms, it contains collections of Ibn El-Assal and the story of Chaste Susanna.
The Book of the Dead of the Lady Her-weben-khet, the Chantress of Amun, shows her kneeling in prayer.
In the Book of the Holy Pascha, the word Pascha means Passover. It contains the readings for the last week of Lent, which is also called Passion Week.
The circular seal, which was used to protect the contents of a container, is decorated with a low-relief in the Coptic language.
A circular clay seal with a foliage motif of five petals joined together at the stem. The seal may have been used to embellish objects with this beautiful floral designs.
A round stone seal bearing a picture of Christ with a halo of light around his head. The seal was used in the church to stamp objects to bless them.
This metal seal in the form of a metal crescent is inscribed with a Coptic word that consists of seven raised letters, which means "holy."
This manuscript pertains to general medicine and deals with anatomy, diseases and how to cure them, and drugs related to the diseases.
In this tablet, Kadashman Enlil the First informs Amenhotep the Third that his daughter, whom Amenhotep the Third has asked to marry, is now marriageable.
A fragment of the Bible containing 32 pages of the New Testament written on parchment.
The fragment of a decorated limestone ostracon bears a simple image of a person standing on the ground. The person is in the act of driving a gazelle. He holds the gazelle's horn tightly in his right hand, while the left one holds a whip.
This papyrus was made for the Singer of Amun, who appears in scenes at both ends and is being led by Isis to the throne room of Osiris, Lord of the Dead.