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W.518, Coptic letter to Apa Proma from Constantine

  • Identifier: W.518
  • Date: 2015-07-21
  • Creator: The Walters Art Museum (Baltimore/MD/USA)
  • Contributor: Herbert, Lynley
  • Contributor: Walters Art Museum curatorial staff and researchers since 1934
  • Contributor: Herbert, Lynley
  • Contributor: Dibble, Charles
  • Contributor: Emery, Doug
  • Contributor: Herbert, Lynley
  • Contributor: Tabritha, Ariel
  • Contributor: Toth, Michael B.
  • Contributor: Wiegand, Kimber
  • Contributor: Quandt, Abigail
  • Format: text/html
  • Description: These are images of Walters Ms. W.518, Coptic letter to Apa Proma from Constantine, on papyrus, written by Constantine, Ca. 7th-8th century CE
  • Rights: Licensed for use under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported Access Rights, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode. It is requested that copies of any published articles based on the information in this data set be sent to the curator of manuscripts, The Walters Art Museum, 600 North Charles Street, Baltimore MD 21201.
  • Source: Walters Art Museum Ms. W.518
  • Title: Walters Ms. W.518, Coptic letter to Apa Proma from Constantine
  • Type: Collection
  • Subject: Document
  • Subject: Christian
  • Subject: Coptic
  • Subject: Egyptian
  • Subject: Manuscript
  • Subject: Walters Art Museum
  • Subject: Egypt
  • Subject: 8th century
  • Subject: Literature -- Prose
  • Subject: Coptic
  • Subject: Literary -- Prose

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    1. W.518r

      W.518, W.518r
    2. W.518v

      W.518, W.518v

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