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The dealer has now entered a claim that First Merit does not have the right to sell or auction material that Ferrini does not own, regardless of what he told them -- and that they should have checked before lending money against inventory.
Frieda Tchacos and Mario Roberty have filed a joint claim regarding some fragments of the LXX -- no doubt the Exodus -- which again do not belong to Ferrini but which the bank want to sell.
Material in general of Ferrini's inventory is probably heading toward auction.
It seems doubtful that Sotheby's and Christie's would ever go near anything ever associated with Ferrini, because there are a lot of pieces in his stated inventory with conflicting ownership claims.
These were handed over to Gregor Wurst, and transcribed and translated.
The estimate is that nearly the whole text is now known. In Word documents there is: [Coptic letters of Paul turn up!
[Ferrini woes] (25th September 2007) I've had a very interesting email which tells me that fragments of the find are now being fought over in court (First Merit Bank vs. All of Ferrini's stated inventory is now tied up in receivership.
He borrowed against a lot of material that he had on consignment but told the bank he owned.
Some pretty high profile folks are stepping up to say what's rightfully theirs. Lee Biondi has contacted me to say that in fact he returned the fragments to Ferrini, and indeed that these are now the subject of court action against Ferrini by someone who claims to own them.] [Four more leaves at the Fondation Bodmer?
In the first part of the article, Krosney explains the court battle over the OHIO fragments and their photographs which were analyzed by Gregor Wurst who recognized that they contained the balance of the Gospel of Judas, allowing us to read 90-95% of it.
According to Krosney's account, the fragments have made their way to Egypt in April 2010 and are under the care of Dr.
The exact whereabouts of all these is a matter of doubt. All of them were found in Egypt and exported by Cairo dealer Hannah, who offered them in Switzerland in 1983 for the staggering figure of m, and in 1984 imported them to the USA. Here is what is known about the mss in summary at the moment: 4 gnostic texts written in the Sahidic dialect of Coptic: - the ps."Gospel of Judas" - the "First Apocalypse of James" - the "Epistle of Peter to Philip" - "Allogenes" (fragmentary) Includes 1 cover. When seen by Stephen Emmel in 1983, it had both covers, so possibly more exists. I have simplified the formatting of material from Michel van Rijn's site, which contains so much information that it can be hard to find the material solely on this find.
They then sat in a bank vault in New York until 1989, when James M. We have counts of leaves from this stage of the deal. entrusted them to US dealer/philanthopist Bruce Ferrini. See Matthew Hamilton's and Ernest Muro's notes below, and the summary of the article from VT. Hebrews (colophons for all these) and Galatians -- in Sahidic dialect. We all owe him a substantial debt of gratitude for publicising this material.These are now being sold again on e Bay by the executor of his estate Carl Middleton.There are tiny bits of the Gospel of Judas, and of the Greek Exodus, and also of the Coptic letters of Paul.] (17th April 2009) It seems that the manuscript containing the Coptic letters of Paul was sold "over a year ago" and is now in Augsburg, being conserved by Gregor Wurst.