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KYPRIANOS M65

Sigla: question mark icon Modern names for the manuscript, including inventory and publication numbers.

Naqlun N. 44/95

Category: question mark icon Classification of the contents, e.g. magical (formulary or applied), alchemical, liturgical, documentary or medical.

Magical (applied ?)

Contents:

1. Ro ll. x+1-9: Fragmentary magical text, characters and images of animal-headed anthropomorphic figures; based on form, perhaps separation spell.

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Language(s):

Egyptian (Coptic)

Script(s):

Coptic

Dialect:

Sahidic (?)

Language/dialect notes:

See related texts for further notes.

Date: question mark icon Dates are CE unless preceded by a minus sign <->, in which case they are BCE. 451 – 500
Date notes:

Hermitage was inhabited during the second half of the 5th century CE (van der Vliet 2000: p. 319)

Archive/collection: question mark icon Larger collection to which manuscript belongs. KYP A5
Archive name: Naqlun Hermitage Magical Archive
State of edition:

Unpublished.

Image:

Form:

Sheet (?)

Material:

Parchment

Dimensions (cm): Height: Width: Depth:
Dimensions (notes):

No dimensions given in van der Vliet (2000)

Folding pattern:
State of preservation:

Fragmentary, damaged to the right side, broke across the middle and at the bottom.

Pages/Columns: question mark icon Total surviving columns in the manuscript for rolls, sheets and rotuli; total number of pages for codices.

1

Pages/Columns (notes):

1 column recto (?), 9 surviving lines.

Hand:

Findspot:

Hermitage 4, Naqlun, Egypt

(TM places ID: 1418)
Place of purchase: (TM places ID: )
Writingspot:

Hermitage 4, Naqlun, Egypt (?)

(TM places ID: 1418)
Present Location:

Naqlun, Monastery of the Archangel Gabriel

Collection History:

Found in situ.

Trismegistos collection: question mark icon Page on the database Trismegistos collections for the institution which currently houses the manuscript. 1333
Collection website:

Notes/Discussion:

Cut into triangular shape.

Bibiliography
Editions:
Translations:
General:

Love, Edward O. D. ““Crum’s Chicken”: Alpak, Demonised Donkeys, and Avianised Demons among the Figures of Demotic, Greek, and Coptic Magical Texts”, in Magikon Zōon: Animal and Magic, edited by Korshi Dosoo and Jean-Charles Coulon (forthcoming).

van der Vliet, Jacques. “Les Anges du Soleil”. Études Coptes 7 (2000): 319-337, p. 321.

van der Vliet, Jacques. “Magic in Late Antique and Early Medieval Egypt.” In Coptic Civilization: Two Thousand Years of Christianity in Egypt, edited by Gawdat Gabra. Cairo – New York: American University in Cairo Press: 2014, p. 149 (image).


Trismegistos ID:

874182

PAThs:
PGM: question mark icon Papyri Gracae Magicae SM: question mark icon Supplementum Magicum GEMF: question mark icon Greek and Egyptian Magical Formularies (forthcoming) ACM: question mark icon Ancient Christian Magic
Bélanger Sarrazin: question mark icon Bélanger-Sarrazin. “Catalogue des textes magiques coptes” AKZ: question mark icon Ausgewählte koptische Zaubertexte CBd: question mark icon Campbell-Bonner Magical Gems Database Mert.-Pack: question mark icon Mertens-Pack online database
Van H: question mark icon van Haelst, Catalogue des papyrus littéraires Bruyn-Dijkstra: question mark icon de Bruyn and Dijkstra, “Greek Amulets and Formularies (Checklist)" TheDefix: question mark icon Thesaurus Defixionum To Zodion:
Edit History:

KD (20/3/2019); MPS (25/6/2019); EL (1/8/2019); EL (14/8/2020)


How to cite:
Korshi Dosoo, Edward O.D. Love & Markéta Preininger (chief editors). "KYP M65," Kyprianos Database of Ancient Ritual Texts and Objects, www.coptic-magic.phil.uni-wuerzburg.de/index.php/manuscript/kyp-m65. Accessed on 20/06/2024

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