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AbstractDiscussion of the dossier of a Theadelphian family to which a fugitive brother can be added.
AbstractThe epithet “god Neos Philopatôr” was used for the prince Ptolemy “Memphitês”, killed in 130 BC by his father Ptolemy VIII Euergetês II during the conflict against his mother Cleopatra II, but then introduced in the Ptolemaic dynastic cult before the amnesty decrees of 118 BC, as a sign...
AbstractEdition of a fragmentary record of a dispute between embalmers (ταριχευταί) in Hypsele/Shashotep, establishing prospograhical links with P.Count 53-54 and the Siut archive, and discussing the term hypoteles and female embalmers.
AbstractA series of notes on the elucidation of passages obscured by the use of abbreviations and editorial misses. They occur in texts from late antiquity and especially the early Arab period, most of them fiscal.
AbstractThe article presents an edition of a fragment of official correspondence that cites the entole of Artemon, who is known from other documents to be a high official at the Ptolemaic court in Alexandria active in 233/32-227/26 BC. It may also mention Asklepiades, the oikonomos of the...
AbstractPublication of the first known papyrus of Hermogenes’ On Issues (Περὶ ϲτάϲεων), a leaf from a papyrus codex of the fourth century. Besides orthographic variants, the papyrus presents two new readings.
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