Maut, the Egyptian Goddess of Maternity, Sir D Y Cameron

Scope and Content

Pen and ink sketch entitled 'The Vulture Symbol of Maut, Goddess of Maternity' by Sir David Young Cameron, accompanied by a letter to RCOG Honorary Secretary, Ian Jackson from John Banks of Canterbury, explaining that the sketch was lent to him by Professor John Munro Kerr, who requested that it should pass to the College on his death.

Administrative / Biographical History

A glazed copy of this sketch was sold at auction in 1994 at an undisclosed price.

Access Information

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Archivist's Note

Catalogued by Penny Hutchins, Archivist

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright is vested in the estate of Sir David Young Cameron.

Reproductions are available at the discretion of the College Archivist.

Custodial History

Donated to the College via Ian Jackson FRCOG in October 1960, previously being in the possession of Professor John Munro Kerr. It was transferred to the Archive by the Library in December 2012 during housekeeping.

Related Material

Another copy of this sketch is held at reference RCOG/PH13/42 as part of the collection of mounted prints of Gilbert Strachan FRCOG.