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A Guide to the Texts of Medieval Nubia


By Grzegorz Ochała and Giovanni R. Ruffini

This document proposes a set of citation standards for textual evidence from medieval Nubia.  It is intended to supersede the ad hoc arrangements used in earlier works on the period, and generally follows the model for the documentary papyri from Greco-Roman Egypt presented in the Checklist of Editions of Greek, Latin, Demotic, and Coptic Papyri, Ostraca and Tablets (http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/papyrus/texts/clist.html). It provides: (1) individual abbreviations for every monograph or substantial collection of published texts; (2) a bibliography collecting all texts published in isolated journal articles or book chapters; and (3) a forthcoming site-by-site guide to the unpublished texts.

Last update: 5 June 2015.

Part I: Monographs and Collections

Inscriptions

Bull. épigr. 1966
L. Robert – J. Robert, Bulletin épigraphique 1966.

CIG IV
E. Curtius – A. Kirchhoff, Corpus Inscriptionum Graecarum, Berlin 1856–9.

I.Faras Greek
Jadwiga Kubińska, Inscriptions grecques chrétiennes [= Faras IV], Warsaw 1974.

I.Faras Copt.
S. Jakobielski, A History of the Bishopric of Pachoras on the Basis of Coptic Inscriptions [= Faras III], Warsaw 1972.

I.Firth.
C. M. Firth, "Appendix II: Catalogue of the Greek gravestones of the Christian period from Ginari, Cemetery 55", [in:] idem, The Archaeological Survey of Nubia, Report for 1908-1909, I, Cairo 1912.

I.Fitz.
G. T. Martin, Stelae from Egypt and Nubia in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, c. 3000 BC-AD 1150, Cambridge 2005.

I.Khartoum Copt.
J. van der Vliet, Catalogue of the Coptic Inscriptions in the Sudan National Museum at Khartoum (I. Khartoum Copt.) [= Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 121], Leuven – Paris – Dudley, MA 2003.

I.Khartoum Greek
A. Łajtar, Catalogue of the Greek Inscriptions in the Sudan National Museum at Khartoum (I. Khartoum Greek) [= Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 122], Leuven – Paris – Dudley, MA 2003.

I.Khor.
G. Oman – V. Grassi – A. Trombetta, The Book of Khor Nubt. Epigraphic Evidence of an Islamic-Arabic Settlement in Nubia (Sudan) in the III–IV centuries A.H./X–XI A.D. part I: Preliminaries and transcription of the texts, part II: The photographs, Naples 1998.

I. Lefebvre
G. Lefebvre, Recueil des inscriptions grecques-chrétiennes d’Égypte, Cairo 1907.

I. Louvre Greek
É. Bernand, Inscriptions grecques d’Égypte et de Nubie au Musée du Louvre, Paris 1992.

I.Mina.
T. Mina, Inscriptions coptes et grecques de Nubie, Cairo 1942.

I.Pern.
S. Pernigotti, "Stele cristiane da Sakinya nel Museo di Torino", Oriens Antiquus 14 (1975), pp. 21-55.

I.QI
A. Łajtar – J. van der Vliet, Qasr Ibrim. The Greek and Coptic Inscriptions Published on Behalf of the Egypt Exploration Society [= The Journal of Juristic Papyrology Supplement 13], Warsaw 2010.

I.Sak.
U. Monneret de Villard, Le iscrizioni del Cimitero di Sakinya (Nubia), Cairo 1933.

I.Tib.
Maria Grazia Tibiletti Bruno, Iscrizioni Nubiane, Pavia 1964.

I. Varsovie Greek
A. Łajtar – A. Twardecki, Catalogue des inscriptions grecques du Musée National de Varsovie [= The Journal of Juristic Papyrology Supplement 2], Warsaw 2003.

RCEA
É. Combe – J. Sauvaget – G. Wiet (eds.), Répertoire chronologique d’épigraphie arabe III, Cairo 1932; V, Cairo 1934; VI, Cairo 1935; VII, Cairo 1936; VIII, Cairo 1937; IX, Cairo 1937; X, Cairo 1939.

SEG
Supplementum epigraphicum graecum, ed. J. J. E. Hondius et alii, Leiden 1924 ff.

WN
A commonly used abbreviation to refer to the Wadi Natrun plate published in Griffith 1928b and van Gerven Oei 2011 below.


Papyri, Parchment, Paper, Etc.

P.QI I
J. M. Plumley – G. M. Browne, Old Nubian Texts from Qasr Ibrim I [= Egypt Exploration Society. Texts from Excavations 9], London 1988.

P.QI 2
G. M. Browne, Old Nubian Texts from Qasr Ibrim II [= Egypt Exploration Society. Texts from Excavations 10], London 1989.

P.QI 3
G. M. Browne, Old Nubian Texts from Qasr Ibrim III [= Egypt Exploration Society. Texts from Excavations 12], London 1991.

P.QI 4
G. R. Ruffini, The Bishop, the Eparch and the King: Old Nubian Texts from Qasr Ibrim IV [= The Journal of Juristic Papyrology Supplement Series 22], Warsaw 2014.

P.QI.Tim.
J. M. Plumley, The Scrolls of Bishop Timotheos. Two Documents from Medieval Nubia [= Egypt Exploration Society. Texts from Excavations 1], London 1975.

Reference Guides

CIEN
A. Delattre – J. Dijkstra – J. van der Vliet, 'Christian Inscriptions from Egypt and Nubia':

1 (2013), The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 51 (2014), pp. 199–215;

2 (2014), The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 52 (2015), pp. 297–314.

3 (2015), The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 53 (2016), pp. 377–393.

CSBE2
R. S. Bagnall – K. A. Worp, Chronological Systems of Byzantine Egypt, Leiden – Boston 2004 (2nd ed.).

CSCN
G. Ochała, Chronological Systems of Christian Nubia [= The Journal of Juristic Papyrology Supplement Series 16], Warsaw 2011.

NubBL
G. Ochała - Ruffini, G., "Nubische Berichtigungsliste," Dotawo 2 (2015): 291-303.

DACL
F. Cabrol – H. Leclerq, Dictionnaire d’archéologie chrétienne et de liturgie, Paris 1907–1953.

Online Resources

TEI
Thesaurus d’épigraphie islamique, <http://www.epigraphie-islamique.org>.

Part II: Bibliography of Remaining Publications

Adams, W. Y., 1961, ’Archaeological survey of Sudanese Nubia: The Christian potteries at Faras’, Kush 9, pp. 30–43.

–––––– 1964, ’Sudan Antiquities Service excavations in Nubia: Fourth Season, 1962–63’, Kush 12, pp. 216–48, figs. 1–4, pls. 49–52.

–––––– 1965, ’Sudan Antiquities Service excavations at Meinarti, 1963–64’, Kush 13, pp. 148–76.

–––––– 1970, ’The University of Kentucky excavations at Kulubnarti, 1969’, in: E. Dinkler (ed.), Kunst und Geschichte Nubiens in christlicher Zeit. Ergebnisse und Probleme auf Grund der jüngsten Ausgrabungen, Recklinghausen, pp. 141–52, figs. 7–9, ils. 120–1.

–––––– 1979, 'The «Library» of Qasr Ibrim', The Kentucky Review 1, pp. 5–27.

–––––– 1981, 'The 1982 excavations at Qasr Ibrim, Egyptian Nubia', Nyame Akuma 21, pp. 29–30.

–––––– 1986, Ceramic Industries of Medieval Nubia [= Memoirs of the UNESCO Archaeological Survey of Sudanese Nubia 1], 2 vols., Lexington, KY.

–––––– 1994, Kulubnarti I: The Architectural Remains, Lexington, KY.

–––––– 1996, Qasr Ibrîm. The Late Mediaeval Period [= Egypt Exploration Society. Excavation Memoir 59], London.

–––––– 2000, Meinarti I: Late Meroitic, Ballaña and Transitional Occupation [= Sudan Archaeological Research Society Publication 5; British Archaeological Reports International Series 895], London.

–––––– 2001, Meinarti II: The Early and Classic Christian Phases [= Sudan Archaeological Research Society Publication 6; British Archaeological Reports International Series 966], London.

–––––– 2002, Meinarti III: The Late and Terminal Christian Phases [= Sudan Archaeological Research Society Publication 9; British Archaeological Reports International Series 1072], London.

–––––– 2003, Meinarti IV: The Church and the Cemetery. Meinarti; V: The History of Meinarti: an Interpretive Overview [= Sudan Archaeological Research Society Publication 11; British Archaeological Reports International Series 1178], London.

–––––– 2005, The West Bank Survey from Faras to Gemai 3: Sites of Christian Age [= Sudan Archaeological Research Society Publication 14], London.

–––––– 2010, Qasr Ibrim. The Earlier Medieval Period [= Egypt Exploration Society. Excavation Memoir 89], London.

–––––– 2013, Qasr Ibrim: The Ballaña Phase [= Egypt Exploration Society. Excavation Memoir 104], London.

Adams, W. Y. – N. K. Adams, 1998, Kulubnarti II: The Artifactual Remains [= Sudan Archaeological Research Society Publication 2], London.

Adams, W. Y. – J. A. Alexander – R. Allen, 1983, ’Qasr Ibrim 1980 and 1982’, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 69, pp. 43–60.

Adams, W. Y. - R. C. Allen - R. D. Anderson - E. Crowfoot - P. G. French - P. M. Gartkiewicz, 1979, 'Qasr Ibrim 1978', The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 65, pp. 30–41, pls. IV–VI.

Aldred, C., 1978, ’The temple of Dendur’, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 36/1.

Aldsworth, F., 2010, Qasr Ibrim. The Cathedral Curch [= Egypt Exploration Society. Excavation Memoir 97], London.

Almagro, M. – E. Rippol – L. A. Monreal, 1964, Las necrópolis de Masmás, Alto Egipto (Campaña de 1963) [= Memorias de la Misión Arqueológica Española en Nubia 3], Madrid.

Almagro, M. et alii, 1965, ’Excavations by the Spanish Archaeological Mission in the Sudan, 1962–63 and 1963–64’, Kush 13, pp. 78–95.

Altheim, F. – Ruth Stiehl, 1971, Christentum am Roten Meer I, Berlin – New York.

Amenta, Alessia, 2012, 'Il contributo del Vaticano allo scavo di Sonqi Tino (with the appendix: U. Santamaria – F. Morresi – F. Castro, 'Prime note sulle analisi per immagini eseguite sulla pittura Vaticana da Sonqi Tino')', Scienze dell'Antichità 18, pp. 537–552, figs. 1–7.

Anderson, Julie R., 1999, 'Monastic lifestyles of the Nubian desert: Seeking the mysterious monks of Makuria’, Sudan & Nubia 3, pp. 71–83.

Anderson, R. D., 1981, ’Texts from Qasr Ibrim’, Sudan Texts Bulletin 3, pp. 2–4.

Anonymous, 1963, ’Further note on Christian Faras’, Archaeology 16, p. 59.

Anonymous, 1990, 'Editorial foreword', The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 76, pp. VII–XII.

Arkell, A. J., 1949, Early Khartoum: An Account of the Excavations of an Early Occupation Site Carried Out by the Sudan Government Antiquities Service in 1944-1945, London.

–––––– 1951, ’An Old Nubian inscription from Kordofan’, American Journal of Archaeology 55/4, pp. 353–4.

–––––– 1959, ’A Christian church and monastery at Ain Farah, Darfur’, Kush 7, pp. 115–19.

Bagińska, Dobiesława, 2008a, 'Christian pottery from Old Dongola (Kom H)', Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 18, pp. 361–75.

–––––– 2008b, 'Pottery from Banganarti. Season 2006', Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 18, pp. 410–25.

Bagnall, R. S. – A. Łajtar, 1994, ’Collection Froehner 81 once again’, The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 24, pp. 11–12.

Bagnall, R. S. – K. A. Worp, 1980, ’Chronological notes on Byzantine documents, IV’, The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 17, pp. 5–18.

–––––– 1981, ’Chronological notes on Byzantine documents, VIII’, The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 18, pp. 33–54.

–––––– 1986, ’Dating by the moon in Nubian inscriptions’, Chronique d’Égypte 61, pp. 347–57.

Baillet, J., 1888, ’Sur plusieurs textes grecs récemment découverts, relatifs à l’histoire des Blémyes’, Comptes Rendus des Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres 16, pp. 326–36.

–––––– 1926, Inscriptions grecques et latines des tombeaux des rois ou syringes à Thèbes [= Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale du Caire 42], Cairo.

Baldassare, I., 1967, 'Le pitture', in: Tamit (1964). Missione archeologica in Egitto dell’Universita di Roma, Rome, pp. 39–60.

Barguet, P. – M. Dewachter, 1967, Le temple d'Amada, Cairo 1967.

Barkóczi, L. – Ágnes Salamon, 1974, 'Abdallah Nirqi 1964. Archaeological investigation of the settlement town «A»', Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 26, pp. 289–338, figs. 1–53, pls. 19–44.

Barns, J. W. B., 1954, ’Christian monuments from Nubia’, Kush 2, pp. 26–32.

–––––– 1974, ’A text of the Benedicte in Greek and Old Nubian from Kasr el-Wizz’, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 60, pp. 206–11.

Barth, H., 1850, 'Auf Reisen durch die Küstenlandschaften des Mittelmeeres gesammelte Inschriften', Rheinisches Museum für Philologie 7, pp. 242–70.

Baumeister, Th., 1982, 'Jenseitsvorstellungen in der alten Georglegende', in: Jenseitsvorstellungen in Antike und Christentum, Gedenkschrift für Alfred Stuiber [= Jahrbuch für Antike und Christentum, Ergänzungs Band 9], Münster, pp. 176–87.

Bechhaus-Gerst, Marianne, 2000, ’Anmerkungen zu den altnubischen Texten aus Qasr Ibrim’, Beiträge zur Sudanforschung 7, pp. 15–26.

–––––– 2009, '5. Die altnobiin-nubische Schrift', in: Anja Kootz – Helma Pasch (eds.), 5000 Jahre Schrift in Afrika: Entstehung – Funktionen – Wechsel. Begleitband zur Ausstellung in der Universitäts- und Staatsbibliothek Köln vom 7. November 2008 bis 8. Januar 2009, Cologne, pp. 29–34, figs. 15–16.

Beinlich, H., 2012, Die Photos der Preußischen Expedition 1908-1910 nach Nubien. Teil 4: Photos 600-799 [= Studien zu den Ritualszenen altägyptischer Tempel (SRaT) 17], Dettelbach.

Benigni, U., 1899, ’Litaniae defunctorum copticae’, Bessarione 6, pp. 106–21.

Bietak, M. – M. Schwarz, 1987, Nag’ el-Scheima. Eine befestigte christliche Siedlung und andere christliche Denkmäler in Sayala – Nubien I [= Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, philosophisch-historische Klasse Denkschriften 191], Vienna.

–––––– 1998, Nag’ el-Scheima. Eine befestigte christliche Siedlung und andere christliche Denkmäler in Sayala – Nubien II [= Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, philosophisch-historische Klasse Denkschriften 255], Vienna

Billig, Daniela, ‘H.U.N.E. 2007 – die Kirche SR022.A’, Der Antike Sudan. Mitteilungen der Sudanarchäologischen Gesellschaft 18, pp. 89–98, figs. 1–17.

Bingen, J., 1961, ’Un roitelet chrétien des Nobades au vie siècle’, Chronique d’Égypte 36, pp. 431–3.

Birch, S., 1841, 'Unedited Graeco-Egyptian inscriptions', The Gentleman’s Magazine 16, pp. 366–9.

Blackman, A. M., 1911, The Temple of Dendur, Cairo.

Boeser, P. A. A., 1915, Beschrijving van de Egyptische verzameling in het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden, 7: De monumenten van den Saïtischen, Grieks-Romeinschen, en Koptischen tijd, The Hague.

Bond, E. A. – E. M. Thompson – G. F. Warner (eds.), 1884–94, The Palaeographical Society. Facsimiles of Manuscripts and Inscriptions, second series, London.

Bonnet, C., 1991, 'Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan)', Genava 39, pp. 5–20, figs. 1–17.

Botti, G., 1863, Notice des monuments exposés au Musée Greco-Romain d'Alexandrie, Alexadria.

–––––– 1901, Catalogue des monuments exposés au Musée Gréco-Romain d'Alexandrie, Alexandia.

Bouriant, U., 1894, in: J. de Morgan et alii, Catalogue des monuments et inscriptions de l’Égypte antique, 1, Vienna.

–––––– 1900, ’Trois tables horaires coptes’, Mémoires présentés à l'Institut égyptien 3, pp. 575-604.

Boyaval, B., 1966, ’21 documents inédits de la collection Despoina Michælidès’, Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale 64, pp. 75–93.

–––––– 1967, 'Rapport sur la première partie des fouilles executées à Naga' eš-Šeima et Naga' el-'Oqba', in: Fouilles en Nubie (1961–1963), Cairo, pp. 29–33, pls. I–III.

–––––– 1970, 'Le prologue du Misoumenos de Ménandre et quelques autres papyrus grecs inédit de l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale du Caire', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 6, pp. 1–33, pls. 1–4.

–––––– 1972, ’Une stele grecque inedite de l’ile de Sai’, Revue d’Égyptologie 24, pp. 20–4.

–––––– 1976a, ’SB 7190’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 20, p. 23.

–––––– 1976b, ’SB 3897’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 21, p. 42, pl. 1a.

–––––– 1976c, ’SB 3896’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 21, p. 62, pl. 1b, c.

Brakmann, H., 2006, '«Defunctus adhuc loquitur». Gottesdienst und Gebetsliteratur der untergegangenen Kirche in Nubien', Archiv für Liturgiewissenschaft 48, pp. 283-333.

Bresciani, Edda, 1967, 'Le chiese', in: Tamit (1964). Missione archeologica in Egitto dell’Universita di Roma, Rome, pp. 27–37.

Browne, C. S., 2004, ’Tatianus Nubianus’, in: S. M. Bay (ed.), Studia paleophilologica: Professoris G.M. Browne in honorem oblata, Champaign, IL 2004, pp. 93–8.

Browne, G. M., 1980a, ’A new text in Old Nubian’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 37, pp. 173–8.

–––––– 1980b, ’New texts in Old Nubian from Qasr Ibrim (I)’, Sudan Texts Bulletin 2, pp. 16–33.

–––––– 1980c, 'Notes on Old Nubian (VI–VII)', Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 17, pp. 129–41.

–––––– 1981a, ’Griffith’s Old Nubian lectionary’, in: Nilo-Saharan: Proceedings of the First Nilo-Saharan Linguistic Colloquium, Leiden, September 8–10, 1980, Dordrecht, pp. 145–50.

–––––– 1981b, ’Old Nubian fragment of Revelation’, Studia Papyrologica 20, pp. 73–82.

–––––– 1981c, ’An Old Nubian version of Mark 11.6–11’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 44, pp. 151–66.

–––––– 1981d, ’New texts in Old Nubian from Qasr Ibrim (II)’, Sudan Texts Bulletin 3, pp. 9–19.

–––––– 1981e, 'Notes on Old Nubian (VIII–X)', Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 18, pp. 55–67.

–––––– 1982a, Griffith’s Old Nubian Lectionary [= Papyrologica Castroctaviana 8], Rome – Barcelona.

–––––– 1982b, ’A fragment of Pseudo-Chrysostom from Qasr Ibrim’, Sudan Texts Bulletin 4, pp. 1–10.

–––––– 1982c, ’Notes on Griffith’s Old Nubian lectionary’, Sudan Texts Bulletin 4, pp. 11–13.

–––––– 1983a, ’Two Old Nubian texts revisited’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 53, pp. 259–60.

–––––– 1983b, ’Griffith’s Miracle of St. Menas’, The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 20, pp. 23–37.

–––––– 1983c, ’Griffith’s Nicene Canons’, The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 20, pp. 97–112.

–––––– 1983d, ’Ad Chrysostomum Nubianum’, Sudan Texts Bulletin 5, pp. 2–4.

–––––– 1983e, ’Griffith’s Stauros-Text’, Studia Papyrologica 22, pp. 75–119.

–––––– 1983e, ’Lexicon in Chrysostomum Nubianum’, Sudan Texts Bulletin 5, pp. 5–63.

–––––– 1984a, Chrysostomus Nubianus: An Old Nubian Version of Ps. Chrysostom, In venerabilem crucem sermo [= Papyrologica Castroctaviana 10], Rome – Barcelona.

–––––– 1984b, ’Notes on Old Nubian texts (I–III)’, Sudan Texts Bulletin 6, pp. 26–36.

–––––– 1985a, ’Old Nubian philology’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 60, pp. 291–6.

–––––– 1985b, ’Notes on Old Nubian texts (IV–V)’, Sudan Texts Bulletin 7, pp. 1–5.

–––––– 1985c, ’New texts in Old Nubian from Qasr Ibrim (III)’, Sudan Texts Bulletin 7, pp. 14–29.

–––––– 1986a, ’New light on Old Nubian: The Serra East codex’, in: M. Krause (ed.), Nubische Studien. Tagungsakten der 5. internationalen Konferenz der International Society for Nubian Studies, Heidelberg, 22.–25. September 1982, Mainz, pp. 219–22.

–––––– 1986b, ’The Sunnarti Mark’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 66, pp. 49–52.

–––––– 1987a, ’Griffith’s Old Nubian lectionary: The revision revised’, The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 24, pp. 75–92.

–––––– 1987b, ’Two Old Nubian texts from Old Dongola’, Bulletin du Musée National de Varsovie 28, pp. 76–86.

–––––– 1988a, ’A Revision of the Old Nubian Version of the Institutio Michaelis’, Beiträge zur Sudanforschung 3, pp. 17–24.

–––––– 1988b, ’An Old Nubian version of Ps.-Chrysostom, In quattuor animalia’, Altorientalische Forschungen 15, pp. 215–19, pl. 1.

–––––– 1988c, ’Ad Chrysostomum Nubianum’, Orientalia 57, pp. 210–11.

–––––– 1989a, Literary Texts in Old Nubian [= Beiträge zur Sudanforschung, Beiheft 5], Vienna.

–––––– 1989b, ’The protocol of Griffith’s Old Nubian sale’, Altorientalische Forschungen 16, pp. 216–19.

–––––– 1989c, ’Notes on Old Nubian texts (VI–IX)’, Beiträge zur Sudanforschung 4, pp. 63–74.

–––––– 1989d, ’The Sunnarti Luke’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 77, pp. 293–6.

–––––– 1989e, ’The Sunnarti Luke revisited’, Nubian Letters 12, pp. 4–5.

–––––– 1989f, Introduction to Old Nubian [= Meroitica 11], Berlin.

–––––– 1990a, ’An Old Nubian version of the Liber Institutionis Michaelis’, in: W. Godlewski (ed.), Coptic Studies. Acts of the Third International Congress of Coptic Studies, Warsaw, 20–25 August, 1984, Warsaw, pp. 75–9.

–––––– 1990b, ’Coptico-Nubiana: A Coptic Vorlage for an Old Nubian text’, Journal of Coptic Studies 1, pp. 137–9.

–––––– 1990c, 'Ad Ps.-Chrysostomi In Raphaelem Archangelum sermonem I', Orientalia 59, pp. 521–3.

–––––– 1991, 'Old Nubian studies: Past, present and future', in: W.V. Davies (ed.), Egypt and Africa. Nubia from Prehistory to Islam, London, pp. 286–93.

–––––– 1992a, ’Griffith’s Old Nubian sale’, Orientalia 61, pp. 454–8.

–––––– 1992b, ’Notes on Old Nubian texts (X)’, Beiträge zur Sudanforschung 5, pp. 31–7.

–––––– 1992c, ’Old Nubian literature’, in: Ch. Bonnet (ed.), Études Nubiennes. Conférence de Genève, Actes du VIIe Congrès international d’études nubiennes, 3–8 septembre 1990, I: Communications principales, Geneva, pp. 379–87.

–––––– 1992d, ’An Old Nubian version of the Martyrdom of Saint Epimachus’, in: 50 Years of Polish Excavations in Egypt and the Near East: Acts of the Symposium at the Warsaw University, 1986, Warsaw, pp. 74–7.

–––––– 1993, ’A papyrus document in Coptic and Old Nubian’, The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 23, pp. 29–32.

–––––– 1994a, The Old Nubian Miracle of Saint Menas [= Beiträge zur Sudanforschung, Beiheft 7], Vienna.

–––––– 1994b, Bibliorum Sacrorum versio paleonubiana [= Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium 547, Subsidia 87], Leuven.

–––––– 1994c, ’A survey of Old Nubian texts from Qasr Ibrim’, Nubian Letters 21, pp. 7–10.

–––––– 1994d, ‘Ad Ps-Chrysostomi In Raphaelem Archangelum sermonem II’, Orientalia 63, pp. 93–7.

–––––– 1994e, ’Miscellanea Nubiana’, Orientalia 63, pp. 257–9.

–––––– 1995a, ’Miscellanea Nubiana (II)’, Orientalia 64, pp. 450–9.

–––––– 1995b, ’The Old Nubian translation of Galatians 3:27’, Le muséon 108, pp. 239–41.

–––––– 1995c, ’Griffith’s Old Nubian graffito 4’, Études et Ttravaux 17, pp. 17–21.

–––––– 1996a, ’The epitaph of Bishop Martyrophoros’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 111, pp. 187–8.

–––––– 1996b, ’Lachmannus et Nubia’, Le muséon 109, pp. 261–6.

–––––– 1996c, ’Ps.-Chrysostom, In venerabilem crucem sermo: The Greek Vorlage of the Old Nubian version’, Beiträge zur Sudanforschung 6, pp. 5–13.

–––––– 1996d, ’Notes on Old Nubian texts from Qasr Ibrim III’, Beiträge zur Sudanforschung 6, pp. 129–32.

–––––– 1998a, The Old Nubian Martyrdom of Saint George [= Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium 575, Subsidia 101], Leuven.

–––––– 1998b, ’Miscellanea Nubiana (III)’, Orientalia 67, pp. 115–18.

–––––– 1998c, Old Nubian Textual Criticism [= Beiträge zur Sudanforschung, Beiheft 8], Vienna.

–––––– 1999, ‘Nubiana Qualicumque’, Orientalia 68, pp. 267–8.

–––––– 2000a, ’Notes on Old Nubian texts (XI–XIV)’, Beiträge zur Sudanforschung 7, pp. 27–36.

–––––– 2000b, ’Aethiopico-Nubiana’, Beiträge zur Sudanforschung 7, pp. 159–63.

–––––– 2000c, ’Varia Nubiana’, Beiträge zur Sudanforschung 7, pp. 165–7.

–––––– 2000d, ’An Old Nubian document from Kulubnarti’, Le muséon 113, pp. 177–84.

–––––– 2000e, ’A note on the Old Nubian Martyrdom of Saint George’, Le muséon 113, pp. 295–7.

–––––– 2000f, ’Old Nubian ⲥⲟⲩⲕⲧ︦-’, Orientalia 69, pp. 139–40.

–––––– 2001a, ’An Old Nubian lectionary fragment’, Orientalia 70, pp. 113–16.

–––––– 2001b, ’The Old Nubian translation of John 17:1’, Le muséon 114, pp. 255–7.

–––––– 2001c, ’An Old Nubian apocryphal text from Qasr Ibrim’, Journal of Coptic Studies 3, pp. 129–32, pls. 14–15.

–––––– 2002a, ’Ad Varia Nubica V’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 139, p. 194.

–––––– 2002b, ’An Old Nubian translation of the Martyrdom of Saint Epimachus’, Le muséon 115, pp. 69–76.

–––––– 2002c, ’The Government of «Heaven» in Old Nubian’, Orientalia 71, pp. 296–7.

–––––– 2002d, Old Nubian Grammar [= Languages of the World/Materials 330], Munich.

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–––––– 1992a, ’Two Greek inscriptions from Polish excavations in Old Dongola in the collection of the National Museum in Wrasaw’, Aegyptus 72, pp. 111–42.

–––––– 1992b, ’A Greek Christian inscription from Ginari, Lower Nubia’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 91, pp. 147–9.

–––––– 1992c, ’Notes on Greek Christian inscriptions from the Nile Valley’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 93, p. 137–40.

–––––– 1992d, ’A Greek Christian inscription from el-Chandaq, Nubia’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 94, pp. 217–20.

–––––– 1993a, ’On the provenance of the four Christian inscriptions: SB X 10515–10516, M. G. Tibiletti Bruno, Iscrizioni Nubiane 49, 56’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 95, pp. 241–5.

–––––– 1993b, ’Collection Froehner 81, a Christian epitaph from Nubia: Notes on the reading’, The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 23, pp. 101–4.

–––––– 1993c, ’Bemerkung zu einem christlichen Epitaph aus Nubien im Louvre’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 98, pp. 245–7.

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–––––– 1996a, ’Three Christian epitaphs in Greek from Reisner excavations in the area of Gebel Barkal (northern Sudan)’, The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 26, pp. 73–89.

–––––– 1996b, ’Varia Nubica III. Ein liturgisches Gebet aus Qasr Ibrim’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 112, pp. 140–2.

–––––– 1996c, ’Varia Nubica IV: Das älteste nubische Epitaph mit dem Gebet vom sogenannten Typus Euchologion Mega?’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 113, pp. 101–8.

–––––– 1997a, ’Greek funerary inscriptions from Old Dongola: General note’, Oriens Christianus 81, pp. 107–26.

–––––– 1997b, ’Psalm 22, 1–2 nebst der Invocatio Dei auf einem Ostrakon aus Alt-Dongola (Sudan)’, The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 27, pp. 55–60.

–––––– 1998a, ’Griechische und koptische Inschriften im Koptischen Museum Kairo: Eine Fortsetzung’, The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 28, pp. 25–30.

–––––– 1998b, ’The epitaph of Iesousinkouda, eparch of Nobadia, domestikos of Faras and nauarchos of the Nobades’, Gdańsk Archaeological Museum African Reprts 1, pp. 73–80.

–––––– 1999, ’Greek inscriptions in Polish collections. A checklist’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 125, pp. 147–72.

–––––– 2001a, ’Terracotta funerary stele of the monk Ioannes from Old Dongola’, in: S. Jakobielski – P. O. Scholz (eds.), Dongola-Studien. 35 Jahre polnischer Forschungen im Zentrum des makuritischen Reiches [= Bibliotheca Nubica et Aethiopica 7], Warsaw, pp. 327–34.

–––––– 2001b, ’Varia Nubica V’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 136, pp. 62–4.

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–––––– 2003a, ’Wall inscriptions in the Banganarti churches. A general note after three seasons of work’, The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 33, pp. 137–59.

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–––––– 2004a, ’Varia Nubica VIII–IX’, The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 34, pp. 87–94.

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–––––– 2006a, ’Christian Sai in written records (inscriptions and manuscripts)’, The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 36, pp. 91–104.

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–––––– 2008a, ’Late Christian Nubia through visitors’ inscriptions from the Upper Church at Banganarti’, in: W. Godlewski – A. Łajtar (eds.), Between the Cataracts. Proceedings of the 11th Conference for Nubian Studies, Warsaw University, 27 August–2 September 2006, I [= Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean Supplement Series 2.1], Warsaw, pp. 321–31.

–––––– 2008b, 'Banganarti 2006: The inscriptions', Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 18, pp. 396–402.

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–––––– 2014c, 'A survey of Christian textual finds from Gebel Adda in the collections of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto', in: Julie R. Anderson – D. A. Welsby (eds.), The Fourth Cataract and Beyond. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference for Nubian Studies [= British Museum Publications on Egypt and Sudan 1], Leuven – Paris – Walpole, Ma, pp. 951–9, pls. 1–15.

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Part IV: A Guide to the Unpublished Texts

Forthcoming.