Leather manuscript written in Coptic and containing a magical spell for use by a man in order to attract a woman
- Found/Acquired: Thebes (?)
- (Africa,Egypt,Upper Egypt,Thebes (Upper Egypt - archaic))
- Length: 41 centimetres (max.)
- Width: 24 centimetres (max.)
See bibliographic record.
According to Crum EA 10376, 10122, 10414, 10434, 10391 were written by the same hand and were probably acquired by Hay at Thebes (1934, p. 51 and 195).
Not on display
Papyrus Survey: Condition Details: Leather: cockled, dark, deposit, fractured, fragile Black ink Backed: membrane Supported overall: brown paper Transferred to horizontal storage 6 JAN 95 Mount Details: Sandwich: glass Sandwich: board Binding: leather (deteriorated) Object Priority: C Mount Priority: B Overall Condition: E Curatorial condition comment: poor
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA70618
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