Notebooks and papers of Robert Aspin Freeman

Scope and Content

Includes notes on ancient Egyptian script, Icelandic, and other topics

Administrative / Biographical History

Robert Aspin Freeman, fl.1875-1940, was a linguist and writer on languages, with particular interests in Icelandic and Egyptian languages and scripts

Access Information

Access is unrestricted


In English

Other Finding Aids

For fuller details see the MS catalogue shelved in the Special Collections reception area

Additional Information

The following printed works by R.A. Freeman are kept with the manuscripts: (1) The Egyptian language, 1931 (with 10 ff. of MS notes); (2) Addenda to The Egyptian language, 1932 (with MS annotations); (3) Further addenda to The Egyptian language, 1935; and (4) Egyptian religion, vol.1, no.2, July 1933

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