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Monday, February 23, 2015

Conference: Aspects of Family Law in the Ancient World

The Department of Greek and Latin at University College London (UCL) is planning to host an international conference on 22-24 April 2015 on aspects of family law in the Ancient World. We are using the term ‘family law’ as a convenient label for the range of legislation by which states seek to regulate the behaviour of ‘families’ and their members, and to define the boundaries between private and public responsibility for such matters. We are operating with a broad conception of the Ancient World, embracing a range of Mediterranean and Near and Middle Eastern cultures from the earliest times to late antiquity (including Egyptian, Old and Neo-Assyrian, New Babylonian, Persian, Ugarit, Alalakh, Greek and Roman).
Confirmed speakers include: Prof. Sophie Démare-Lafont (Paris), Prof. Edward Harris (Durham), Prof. Alberto Maffi (Milan), Prof. Paul Mitchell (UCL), Prof. Karen Radner (UCL), Prof. Lene Rubinstein (RHUL), and Prof. Jakub Urbanik (Warsaw).
Papers (in English, French, German or Italian) will be 20 minutes long, with 10 minutes for discussion. They will cover the four broad themes outlined below.
Rights and obligations of kinship: legal obligations of parents (including ‘social parents’ such as guardians or stepparents) on the care and maintenance of children; legal obligations of children to care for elderly parents; extent of the state’s responsibility for the care and protection of vulnerable family members (e.g. widows, orphans, and the elderly); legal obligations for burial and commemorative rites.
Marriage/divorce/adultery: eligibility for marriage; definitions of incest; procedures for a legally valid marriage; laws on dowry and marital property; definitions and legal consequences of adultery; attitudes to monogamy and polygamy, and to concubinage and other informal relationships; legal provision and procedures for divorce.
Bastardy: distinctions between ‘legitimacy’ and ‘illegitimacy’ (bastardy); legal means of controlling or preventing illegitimate births (such as abortion or infanticide); ‘proof’ of legitimacy in cases of dispute; legitimation of children who were born illegitimate; legal relationship (including inheritance rights) between illegitimate children and their parents and other members of the birth family; effect of bastardy on civic status (citizenship, right to marry, right to own property, etc.).
Property and inheritance: definitions of individual versus family property; types of property that could be inherited; entitlement to own and inherit property (including women’s rights); importance of patrilineal succession and male precedence; testamentary freedom; adoption of an heir.
Please feel free to contact us us with queries at this address
Conference programme
Conference Abstracts
Conference booking here
Conference organisers:
Chris Carey (UCL)

Friday, February 20, 2015

DM Getzel Cohen

Getzel Cohen, professor of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Cincinnati, passed away on Friday, February 13, 2015, after a severe illness. He will be sorely missed.
Getzel joined the department of Classics in 1970. He taught ancient and especially Greek history to more than a generation of students. He specialized in the Hellenistic settlements after the conquest of the East by Alexander the Great. He published his major work on this in three volumes between 1995 and 2013 - a lifetime achievement (the second volume covers Egypt). Early in his career he participated in a summer school under the auspices of the American Society of Papyrologists, and he worked up two Oxyrhynchus papyri for publication (XLI 2973 and 2979). He later collaborated with colleagues in Leuven and Warsaw on A Judean-Syrian-Egyptian Conflict of 103-101 B.C. (Brussels 1989).
In 2001 Getzel created the Tytus Visiting Scholars program, which he directed from its inception. About 175 Tytus scholars from around the world, including several papyrologists, have experienced his hospitality in Cincinnati. His interest in other people and his enthusiasm will long be remembered by me, his other colleagues, his students, the Tytus fellows, and everyone he came into contact with.

Thursday, February 19, 2015


(14-19 SETTEMBRE 2015)

Il Centro di Studi Papirologici dell’Università del Salento, Lecce, organizza, dal 14 al 19
settembre 2015, l’Ottavo Corso Libero di Restauro del Papiro. Il Corso si articolerà in una serie di lezioni teoriche ed esercitazioni pratiche su materiale papiraceo. Le lezioni si svolgeranno nell’aula 42 D di Palazzo Parlangeli, via V.M. Stampacchia, 45, Lecce.
Al Corso possono iscriversi tutti coloro che sono variamente interessati alle tematiche
della custodia, del trattamento e del restauro del papiro in epoca antica e moderna. La domanda di ammissione, corredata da un curriculum vitae completo di recapiti telefonici, va presentata entro e non oltre il 20 maggio 2015 al seguente indirizzo: 

Prof. Mario Capasso, Centro di Studi Papirologici dell’Università del Salento, 
Palazzo Parlangeli, via V.M. Stampacchia, 45, 73100
Lecce, tel. +39 0832 294606; oppure via e-mail al seguente indirizzo:
Gli ammessi al Corso dovranno versare la somma di € 250,00 sul seguente conto corrente
bancario intestato al Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici dell’Università del Salento presso il
Monte dei Paschi di Siena – Agenzia nr. 2 (filiale di Piazza S. Oronzo, Lecce): 

c/c 606480.14;
CIN: N; ABI: 01030; CAB: 16002; IBAN: IT 03N0103016 0020 0006 0648041; con la causale “Iscrizione all’VIII Corso Libero di Restauro del Papiro 2015”, entro e non oltre il 6 luglio 2015.
Si prega di inviare alla e-mail mario.capasso@unisalento.it copia della ricevuta di versamento. La partecipazione al Corso Libero di Restauro dà diritto, per gli studenti del Corso di Laurea in Lettere, a 5 CFU. Sarà rilasciato un attestato di partecipazione alla Scuola. Sarà ammesso un numero limitato di partecipanti.
Il Direttore del Corso
Prof. Mario Capasso

Y. Broux, Double Names and Elite Strategy in Roman Egypt

Double Names and Elite Strategy in Roman Egypt
Peeters, Leuven
Studia Hellenistica, 54
Authors:  Broux Y.
Year: 2015
ISBN: 978-90-429-3125-1
Pages: VIII-317 p.
Price: 94 EUR

In this detailed study of double names in Egypt, Yanne Broux explores how the age-old tradition of polyonymy flourished under Roman rule. While in the Ptolemaic period double names were mainly bilingual and were thus connected to the concept of ethnicity, they underwent a significant change starting around the middle of the first century AD and culminating in the third. Broux argues that this shift from Ptolemaic Greek-Egyptian to Roman Greek-Greek double names was the outcome of two structures introduced by the Romans: the strict social hierarchy on the one hand, and the municipalization of the metropoleis, which led to the rise of the local elite, on the other. This resulted in a strong emphasis on Greek identity and descent, and double names lent themselves exceptionally well for this purpose. They bring to the fore the importance that the local elite attached to Greek identity and descent, and, perhaps as a wink to the (forbidden?) tria nomina, provided a means to distinguish their prominent bearers from the rest of the Egyptian population.

from Brice Jones' blog

Review of AM LUIJENDIJK, Forbidden Oracles

Codex Vaticanus images online

P.Monts.Roca 4.59, A new Saying of Jesus

Monday, February 16, 2015

P.J. Parsons, Maeheler, H., Maltomini, F., The Vienna Epigrams Papyrus (G 40611) CPR XXXIII

Aims and Scope

This papyrus (3rd century BC) contains c. 200 incipits (first lines) of Greek epigrams with a numeral at the end of each line that gives the number of lines of the complete epigram; most of them had 4 lines. Of these, only one has been ascribed to a known poet (Asklepiades), but it is by no means clear that all of them were his. Their publication, greatly aided by multispectral photography, is a very welcome addition to Hellenistic poetry.
Corpus Papyrorum Raineri XXXIII

De Gruyter
vii, 153 pages
RRP € [D] 109.95
RRP for USA, Canada, Mexico US$ 154.00*
Date of Publication:
March 2015

Sunday, February 15, 2015

New Karanis Exhibit in Cairo


Journal of Coptic Studies 16 (2014)

ISSN : 1016-5584
E-ISSN : 1783-1512
categories : Oriental Studies, Patristics, Egyptology, Theology

Synopse des témoins coptes de Jonas
BOSSON, Nathalie ... 1-46

Pour une nouvelle histoire de la découverte et de l'état primitif du codex Bruce (1769-1794)
CRÉGHEUR, Eric ... 47-68

Left Behind
A Recent Discovery of Manuscript Fragments in the White Monastery Church
DAVIS, Stephen J., PYKE, Gillian, DAVIDSON, Elizabeth, FARAG, Mary, SCHRIEVER, Daniel, ...69-87

Sept reçus de taxe thébains du VIIIe siècle
DELATTRE, Alain, VANTHIEGHEM, Naïm, 89-102

Trois ostraca coptes de Hambourg
DELATTRE, Alain, VANTHIEGHEM, Naïm ... 103-113

The Use of the Title Apa for the Sender in an Opening Epistolary Formula
EISSA, Maher A., ... 115-124

Negative n- without an as a Late Survival in Coptic Egyptian
FUNK, Wolf-Peter,...125-138

Traditions of Selecting Coptic Patriarchs over Two Millennia
SAAD, Saad Michael, RIEGELS, Nardine Saad, WESTBROOK, Donald A., ...139-153

Circumstantial Vignettes
Reflections on Adnominal, Adverbial, Adnexal: The Coptic 'Circumstantial' Converb
SHISHA-HALEVY, Ariel, ... 155-193

Coptic Scribes and Manuscripts: Dated and Datable Codices from the Monastery of Apa Shenoute I
The Codices Inscribed by Victor, Son of Shenoute (First Half of the 12th Century)
SUCIU, Alin, ... 195-215

Note on the Dating of the British Library Sahidic Fragment of Ps.-Cyriacus of Behnesa's Lament of Mary
SUCIU, Alin, ... 217-218

Koptische Psalmentexte aus der Heidelberger Papyrussammlung
THEIS, Christoffer, ... 219-234

Patterns of Monastic Habitation on the East Bank of the Nile in Middle Egypt
Dayr al-Dik, Dayr Abū Ḥinnis, and al-Shaykh Sa'īd
VAN LOON, Gertrud J.M., DELATTRE, Alain,...235-278

Reviews...279 - 311

Short Notice...313 - 314

BMCR review of P.Oxy. LXXIX

W. B. Henry, P. J. Parsons (ed.), The Oxyrhynchus Papyri. Volume LXXIX, [N° 5183-5218]. Graeco-Roman memoirs, 100.   London:  Egypt exploration society, 2014.  Pp. x, 220; 8 p. of plates.  ISBN 9780856982194.  $170.00.  

Reviewed by William J. Slater, McMaster University (slaterw@mcmaster.ca)
Over 20 scholars have participated in this edition and there is a valuable appendix : "Games competitors and performers in Roman Egypt" by S. Remijsen pp. 190-206. This is a useful idea, because a good portion of the papyri presented here were the subject of a meeting and seminar at the British Academy in June 2012, which focused on papyri that were relevant to games and performances. (This reviewer was present.) Some of the papyri here are of extraordinary interest far beyond the world of sport and festival in antiquity, and will be highlighted.
etc at BMCR

ANNEMARIE LUIJENDIJK, Forbidden Oracles? The Gospel of the Lots of Mary

Forbidden Oracles?
The Gospel of the Lots of Mary

Forbidden Oracles?. The Gospel of the Lots of Mary
2014. XII, 208 pages. STAC 89
ISBN 978-3-16-152859-0
sewn paper € 69.00

In this volume, AnneMarie Luijendijk analyzes a previously unknown text preserved in a fifth- or sixth-century Coptic miniature codex, entitled The Gospel of the Lots of Mary , and places it within the context of practices of and debates about divination in the ancient Mediterranean world. This is the first critical edition and translation of this new text; it is also a project about religious authority and practices.
In the first part of the book, the author investigates the codex, taking into account both its weaving together of biblical allusions and traditional divinatory phrases, its material format as miniature codex with imprints of its use, and mode of operation. The second part consists of the edition of this text, an English translation, and an elaborate textual commentary.
AnneMarie Luijendijk participates in conversations about lived religion and privileged knowledge of the divine or the future. Sortilege—the practice of casting lots to obtain an answer—was widespread in antiquity; it was a method applied in decision-making on all levels of ancient society. As a religious practice, lot divination was also highly contested, as access to these practices and thus to the divine meant control of powers, religiously and socially. The text, replete with biblical phrases but fundamentally materialistic in worldview, disrupts our concepts of what is religious in the ancient world. Luijendijk thus contributes to discussions in the study of religion that question the categories of religion and magic. She also contributes to scholarship on the production and use of books, especially miniature codices.

Saturday, February 14, 2015

K.A. Worp, "Localisation d'un camp de l'armée romaine à Psinabla"

Thursday, February 12, 2015

First Circular for the Barcelona Congress

First Circular 
1-6 august 2016 
Barcelona, Spain 
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we are pleased to invite you to take part in the 28th International Congress of Papyrology in 2016 in Barcelona. The Congress is organised under the patronage and in close cooperation with the International Association of Papyrologists. 
This is the first time a congress of papyrology takes place in our country, and we are thrilled to host it. We view this as a reward to our efforts in bringing together a team and making our main collections available. 
Information concerning registration and abstract submission procedures will soon be posted on the Congress website: http://papyrologia.upf.edu/ 
Further information on accommodation, programme and events will be made available at a later date. 
All correspondence will be sent by email: papyrologia@upf.edu 
The Congress will be held between Monday, 1st and Saturday, 6th August 2016. All sessions will take place at the Facultat d’Humanitats of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (http://www.upf.edu/en/) (http://www.upf.edu/fhuma/) 
The campus is located almost at walking distance from the Centre of Barcelona (the Old City), and it can be easily accessed by metro and bus. The venue boasts a modern auditorium and conference rooms fully equipped with audiovisual facilities. At the disposal of the Congress participants will be 5 conference rooms seating up to 125 persons, as well as a spacious auditorium for up to 350 persons. 
The Congress venue is located in the neighbourhood of several hotels representing a selection of standards. The accommodation offer will be posted on the website and included in a later circular. 
Five days of sessions will be scheduled, leaving wednesday afternoon free. The sixth day will be reserved for the General Assembly of the AIP devoted to obituaries and a general discussion of current problems in our discipline. 
The papers will be presented in one of the following languages: English, French, German, and Italian and will be restricted to only one paper per person, including shared communications. We encourage the use of posters for work-in-progress presentations. 
There will be two plenary sessions, at the opening and the closure of the Congress, and five parallel sessions with 20 minute papers, followed by a 10 minute discussion. The number and subject matter of panels are yet to be determined according to the proposals admitted. 
Posters will be exhibited in addition to the sessions. 
The participants will be required to submit abstracts (max. 200 words) of papers and poster presentations by email to papyrologia@upf.edu from March 15th 2015. 
Social events 
The city of Barcelona and the surrounding areas have numerous interesting places to visit, and the cultural offer is extremely rich. The Organizing Committee will arrange some attractive tours open for participants and accompanying persons to take place in the days immediately following the Congress, as well as provide information about visits and sightseeing that can be done individually by the congressists. Details will be published on the Congress website. A dinner and a farewell party will be offered for all participants (dates to be confirmed). 
The Congress registration form and account details will soon be provided on the website. 
Registration fees: 
Preferential fee: 175 EUR 
Regular fee: 230 EUR 
Student fee: 50 EUR 
Accompanying person: 100 EUR 
Important dates 
March 15th 2015 Payment of Congress fees and submission of abstracts begin 
February 28th 2016 Deadline for preferential fees 
February 28th 2016 Deadline for abstract submission 
May 31st 2016 Deadline for payment of fees 
Secretary of the 28th International Congress of Papyrology 

Friday, February 06, 2015

Online Seminar, Uni-Heidelberg: "Translating Ancient Letters - Übersetzungen antiker Briefe"

Sommersemester 2015.  Online Seminar
"Translating Ancient Letters - Übersetzungen antiker Briefe"
Rodney Ast (University of Heidelberg) and Holger Essler (University of Würzburg), in cooperation with Heidelberg's Center for Cultural Heritage, are offering in Summer Semester 2015 an online seminar on ancient Greek letters for undergraduate and early graduate students. Over 8000 private, business, and official Greek letters written between ca. 300 BCE and 700 CE survive on papyri and ostraca from Egypt. This unique source material provides important insight into a wide range of topics related to ancient studies, including social history, literacy, administrative practice, linguistics, etc. Aim of the seminar is to explore some of these themes through the close reading and translation of a selection of Greek letters, with particular attention paid to letters as ancient artifacts and to their socio-cultural context.
The course is free of charge and will take place Thursdays, 16:15 - 17:45, Central European Time. The first meeting will be April 16 and the last July 16. The language of instruction is English, and good knowledge of Greek is required. Participants should already have a Skype account set up by the first session. Certificates will be issued upon successful completion of the class.
Those interested in taking part should send a brief letter of application and a CV to Michaela Böttner, boettner@uni-heidelberg.de, by Saturday, *February 28, 2015*. Questions about the course can be directed to Rodney Ast (ast@uni-heidelberg.de ) and/or Holger Essler (holger.essler@uni-wuerzburg.de ). The number of participants will be kept to a maximum of 12.

Im Sommer Semester 2015 bieten Rodney Ast (UniversitätHeidelberg) und Holger Essler (Universität Würzburg) in Kooperation mit dem Heidelberg Zentrum Kulturelles Erbe ein online-Seminar zu antiken griechischen Briefen an, das sich an Studenten kurz vor oder kurz nach dem ersten Abschluß richtet. Über 8000 private, geschäftliche und amtliche Briefe aus den Jahren 300 v. Chr. bis 700 n. Chr. sind auf Papyri und Ostraka erhalten. Dieses einzigartige Quellenmaterial erlaubt wichtige Einblicke in Fragen zahlreicher Forschungsgebiete der Altertumswissenschaft, wie Sozialgeschichte, Literalität, Verwaltungspraxis, Sprachgeschichte usw. Im Seminar sollen einige dieser Themen näher untersucht werden durch eine eingehende Lektüre und Übersetzung ausgewählter Briefe. Besonders werden Fragen der materiellen Beschaffenheit der Briefe und der sozio-kulturelle Kontext ihrer Entstehung im Mittelpunkt stehen.

Die Teilnahme ist gebührenfrei. Der Kurs findet vom 16. April bis 16. Juli jeweils Donnerstags um 16:15 - 17:45 mitteleuropäischer Zeit statt. Unterrichtssprache ist Englisch. Voraussetzung sind solide Griechischkenntnisse und ein vor der ersten Sitzung eingerichtetes Skypekonto. Nach erfolgreichem Abschluß wird eine Teilnahmebescheinigung ausgestellt.
Bewerbungen mit einem kurzen Motivationsschreiben und Lebenslauf sind bis Samstag *28. Februar 2015* an Michaela Böttner,boettner@uni-heidelberg.de , zu richten. Für Rückfragen stehen Rodney Ast (ast@uni-heidelberg.de ) und Holger Essler (holger.essler@uni-wuerzburg.de ) zur Verfügung.

M.Capasso, Hermae. Scholars and Scholarship in Papyrology. IV

Hermae. Scholars and Scholarship in Papyrology. IV, ed. by M. Capasso,
Fabrizio Serra Editore, Pisa-Roma 2015, pp. 95.
con figure in bianco / nero n.t.

Fabrizio Serra editore, Pisa · Roma
ISBN: 978-88-6227-752-5
ISBN Rilegato: 978-88-6227-757-0
ISSN: 1828-874X

11 - Hermae. Scholars and Scholarship in Papyrology. IV, edited by Mario Capasso, 2015, pp. 100 con figure in bianco / nero n.t. 


Fabrizio Serra editore, Pisa · Roma 

Il presente volume aggiunge i profili di dieci studiosi di papirologia alla serie di sessantacinque ritratti già presentati nei tre volumi precedenti (editi rispettivamente nel 2007, nel 2010 e nel 2013). Essi, come i precedenti, sono delineati da altrettanti autori e sono basati sia su documenti d'archivio, sia sull'opera dello studioso in esame, sia su ricordi personali. Prosegue quindi, con questo quarto lavoro, l'approfondimento critico del valore scientifico, dello sviluppo e del consolidamento dello studio della papirologia attraverso l'opera di studiosi che, dagli ultimi decenni dell'Ottocento ad oggi, hanno contribuito all'affermazione di questa disciplina. Storia di uomini e delle loro ricerche, e anche storia delle istituzioni e delle collezioni che essi contribuirono a fondare, arricchire, valorizzare e, talora, storia dei loro più oscuri collaboratori che ne coadiuvarono l'attività. Un'appendice finale contiene l'elenco aggiornato di tutti i ritratti presentati nei quattro volumi. 
Sommario: Albrecht Gerber, Gustav Adolf Deissmann (1866-1937); 
Natascia Pellé, Josiah Gilbart Smyly (1867-1948); 
Margherita Marvulli, Annibale Evaristo Breccia (1876-1967); 
Nathan Carlig, Seymour De Ricci (1881-1942); 
Giovanni Antonio Benedetto, David Cohen (1882-1967) e Maurits Engers (1883-1941); 
Enzo Puglia, Raffaele Cantarella (1898-1977); 
Marie-Hélène Marganne, Paul Mertens (1925-2011), 
Giovanna Menci, Manfredo Manfredi (1925-2011); 
Giulio Iovine, Mariangela Vandoni (1929-1979); 
Serena Ammirati, Marco Fressura, Paolo Radiciotti (1961-2012). 
Appendix: List of the Scholars portrayed in Hermae.

Composto in carattere Dante Monotype
Formato cm 21,5 x 29,7. Legatura in brossura con copertina in cartone pesante Murillo Fabriano blu Navy con impressioni in oro. Legatura in tela. Sovraccoperta in cartoncino Murillo Fabriano castagna con stampa a due colori.

Papyrologica Lupiensia 23 (2014)

 Papyrologica Lupiensia 23 (2014), pp. 150, Pensa Multimedia Editore, Lecce. (not yet listed)


MARIO CAPASSO, Non era Lucrezio

FRANCESCA ANGIÒ, Posidippo di Pella, 118 Austin-Bastianini (‘P.’ Berol. inv. 14283, M. -P.3 1436, LDAB 3850, SH 705): osservazioni e confronti.

PAOLA GAGLIARDI, Il poeta, Cesare, il trionfo: una rilettura dei vv. 2-5 del papiro di Gallo.

MARIA CRISTINA NAPOLITANO-ENZO PUGLIA, Novità su due graffiti greci da Stabiae.

NATASCIA PELLÉ, PUL: nuove acquisizioni del Museo Papirologico dell’Università del Salento (2005-2014).

WALID SHAIKH AL ARAB, A statue of Ka-em-Waset and his wife (Kom Aushim no. 117).

WALID SHAIKH AL ARAB, “Blessing of Ptah’” stela from Shedet (Kiman Fares, Medinet El-Fayyum).

Papiri della Società Italiana: Volume XVI (nn. 1575-1653), a cura di G. Bastianini, F. Maltomini, G. Messeri, Firenze 2013 (Alberto Buonfino)

ISSN: 1591-2140
Per informazioni e acquisti: www.pensamultimedia.it
Per cambi: mario.capasso@unisalento.it

ISBN: 978-88-6227-752-5
Per informazioni e acquisti: www.libraweb.it

The Coptic Scriptorium

 Coptic SCRIPTORIUM is a platform for interdisciplinary and computational research in texts in the Coptic language, particularly the Sahidic dialect. As an open-source, open-access initiative, our technologies and corpus facilitate a collaborative environment for digital research for all scholars working in Coptic. We provide: 

  •  tools to process Coptic texts 
  • a searchable, richly-annotated corpus of texts using the ANNIS search and
  • visualization architecture visualizations of Coptic texts 
  • a collaborative platform for scholars to use and contribute to the project 
  • research results generated from the tools and corpus

Thursday, February 05, 2015

New Testament Papyrus Discovered in Birmingham!

Univ. of Birmingham

Wednesday, February 04, 2015

G. Bastianini, F. Maltomini, G. Messeri edd., PSI XVI

Guido Bastianini, Francesca Maltomini, Gabriella Messeri (a cura di) Papiri della Società Italiana. Volume sedicesimo (PSI XVI)
ISBN 978-88-6655-382-3 (print)
ISBN 978-88-6655-383-0 (online)
© 2013 FirenzeUniversity Press

Papiri della VIII Società Italiana XVII


1575. LXX, Amos 6, 9-10 IIIp ALG p. 3
1576. Cyrillus Alex., Ep. Pasch. IX 420/21p GB p. 6
1577. Physiologus Graecus 41-42 VIp MS p. 14
1578. Hom., Il. II 850-865 IIIp LP p. 27
1579. Hom., Il. VI 486-497 II/IIIp LO p. 29
1580. Hom., Il. XVI 394-406; 435-448 V-VIp SP p. 31
1581. Hom., Od. XXII 327-331 Ip GM p. 34
1582. Hes., Th. 7-13 II/IIIp GM p. 36
1583. Hdt., VII 1, 2 I/IIp IA p. 38
1584. Thuc., I 23, 6; 26, 3 I/IIp ALG p. 40
1585. Thuc., II 4, 4-5 II/IIIp IA p. 44
1586. Thuc., II 85, 3 IIp GM p. 47
1587. Thuc., IV 12, 3; 13, 3; VIII 96, 5; 109, 1 IIp GM p. 48
1588. Thuc., IV 133, 3-4 IIp ex. IA p. 51
1589. Thuc., V 42-43 II/IIIp IA/RL p. 54
1590. Thuc., VI 2, 2-3 IIp ex. IA p. 57
1591. Thuc., VII 86, 3-4; 87, 2 II/IIIp LP p. 59
1592. Thuc., VIII 50, 4-5 IIp in. GM p. 62
1593. Xen., Hell. VI 2, 28; 3, 5-6; 3, 7-8 I/IIp FMa p. 64
1594. Xen., Cyr. V 5, 44-45 II/IIIp SP p. 68
1595. Xen., Cyr. VIII 2, 6 IIp IA p. 70
1596. Isocr., II (Ad Nic.) 16, 3 IIIp FMa/FMo p. 72
1597. Isocr., IV (Paneg.) 58-59 IIp R p. 74
1598. Isocr., X (Hel.) 11 II/IIIp R p. 76
1599. Dem., I (Ol. I) 2-4 Ip ex. IA p. 77
1600. Dem., VIII (Chers.) 31-32 I/IIp GM p. 79
1601. Dem., VIII (Chers.) 51 = X (In Phil. IV) 27 II/IIIp IA p. 80
1602. Dem., XVIII (Cor.) 29 IIp ex. IA p. 82
1603. Dem., XX (Adv. Lept.) 126 IIIp FMa p. 84
1604. Dem., XX (Adv. Lept.) 131 IIIp FMa p. 86
1605. Dem., XXII (In Andr.) 15 IIp IA p. 88
1606. Dem., XXIV (In Timocr.) 83-84 IIp JL p. 91
1607. Plut., Mor. 29 (De coh. ira) 1, 452f IIp JL p. 93
1608. Plut., Mor. 46 (Quaest. Conv.) IV 660-671 IIp DMu/SP p. 96
1609. Frammento sul dialetto ionico IIp RL p. 106
1610. Logos basilikos IVp IP p. 120
1611. Commentario (?) IIIp GM p. 129
1612. Fragment doxographique relatif à la doctrine d’Aristote VIp in. AMar p. 131
1613. Lista di parole VIIIp EE p. 139
1614. Commentario tachigrafico II/IIIp GM p. 148
1615. Vocabolario tachigrafico II/IIIp GM p. 152
1616. Glossario demotico-greco IIIp GM p. 158
1617. Alfabeto greco IV/Vp GM p. 161

1618-25. Papiri ermopolitani GMS p. 165
1618. Petizione ca. 98-117p ML p. 168
1619. Lettera (ufficiale?) I/IIp GMS p. 171
1620. Lettera I/IIp GMS p. 175
1621. Registro I/IIp ML p. 178
1622. Contratto di compravendita di terreno ca. 70p? AMag p. 182
1623. Ricevuta di ekphoria (7-15).11.65p GDM p. 185
1624. Lettera privata I/IIp MSF p. 187
1625. Lettera privata I/IIp AP p. 190
1626. Denuncia allo stratego 5.11.162p? MS p. 194
1627. Déclaration aux bibliophylaques 271-272p AMar p. 198
1628. Petizione al praeses Augustamnicae 314/15-324p GC p. 203
1629. Eingabe an den πατὴρ πόλεως Vp ex. HH p. 206
1630. Verbali IIIp med. MSF/FMa p. 208
1631. Extraits d’actes mentionnant des biens immobiliers 185/86p AMar p. 213
1632. Ricevuta di laographia 10.5.137p DMi p. 217
1633. Ordine ai sitologi II/IIIp PP p. 219
1634. Getreidequittung Vp HH p. 222
1635. Acte d’enregistrement relatif à un achat d’esclaves 255-260p AMar p. 224
1636. Contratto di affitto di locali 8/9.434 o 435p SR p. 228
1637. Contratto 29.8.546 o 561p MF p. 234
1638. Ricevuta di ekphoria Ia MGA p. 237
1639. Reçu post 9/10.148p AMar p. 239
1640-41. Dal dossier del monastero di Apa Sabinus p. 242
1640. Ricevuta VIp ex. RP p. 242
1641. Ricevuta VIp ex. RP p. 243
1642. Compte privé ca. 270p AMar p. 246

1643. Lista di vestiario e viveri in crittografia IVp GM p. 249
1644. Bericht über Weinlese VIp HH p. 262
1645. Lettera privata Ip ex. FP p. 266
1646. Lettre d’un soldat à un habitant d’Oxyrhynchus 255-260p? AMar p. 269
1647. Lettera d’affari IIIp med. RL p. 272
1648. Lettera privata IIIp FMa p. 276
1649. Biglietto di augurio (per un allievo?) IVp in. MSF p. 279
1650. Lettera ad un presbitero IVp CP p. 281
1651. Mahnschreiben IV/Vp HH p. 283
1652. Geschäftsbrief V/VIp HH p. 285
1653. Lettera d’affari V/VIp LG p. 288

I. Sovrani, Consoli, Indizioni p. 297
a. Sovrani e anni di regno p. 297
b. Consoli p. 298
c. Indizioni p. 298
II. Mesi e giorni p. 298
III. Nomi di persona p. 298
IV. Nomi geografici e topografici p. 301
V. Religione p. 302
a. ambito pagano p. 302
b. ambito cristiano p. 302
VI. Cariche e termini civili e militari p. 302
VII. Professioni, mestieri, incarichi p. 302
VIII. Pesi, misure e monete p. 302
IX. Tasse, gravami, ecc. p. 303
X. Indice generale delle parole p. 303

TAVOLE p. 347


MAY 15-17, 2015
Sponsored by the American Society of Papyrologists
We invite active scholars and students in all fields of papyrology to present works-inprogress to colleagues, learn about large projects in the field, and enjoy a weekend focused on scholarship. All participants must be active (paid) members of the American Society of Papyrologists.
There will be two types of sessions:
1. Presentations on large projects in papyrology that benefit the whole field (digitization
projects, APIS, etc.) (max. 1 hour including questions and discussion)
2. Presentations of individual projects (max. 30 minutes including discussion)
Basic projection equipment will be available for all presentations. Members of the Society
may also attend without presenting, and should still fill out the form below.
All participants will arrange their own accommodations. A list of Ann Arbor hotels will be
provided well in advance of the seminar. Ann Arbor is served by Detroit Metropolitan Airport, and shuttles run regularly between the airport and Ann Arbor. 

University of Michigan Papyrology Collection
Please note that the University of Michigan papyrus collection, and the papyrology room, will not be available during the seminar. Those who wish to use the collection during their stay in Ann Arbor should arrange to do so before or after the weekend seminar. 
Brendan Haug (bjhaug@umich.edu) for further information. For any other information, please email Jennifer Sheridan Moss (aa2191@wayne.edu)

We look forward to seeing you in Ann Arbor in May.
The Organizing Committee:
Brendan Haug (University of Michigan), 

Todd Hickey (University of California, Berkeley),
Jennifer Sheridan Moss (Wayne State University), 

Arthur Verhoogt (University of Michigan),
Terry Wilfong (University of Michigan)

Application Form