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This article presents an edition of O.Col. inv. 100, a letter addressed by Frange and Moses to Matthaios, asking him to leave everything behind and to come quickly northward to them. The ostracon, which belongs to the collection of Columbia University, offers a new and dramatic addition to the...
After the end of Sappho's poem on age (fr. 58, 11-22 Voigt), P. Oxy. XV 1787 fr.1 preserves the end of four lines of another poem in the same metre (fr. 58, 23-26 Voigt). P. Oxy. XV 1787 fr. 2 (fr. 59, 2-4 Voight) seems to provide the beginning of lines 4-7 of this second poem. Line 4 can be...
P.Oxy. XXX 2512, published as ‘Early Hexameters’, and P.Köln III 127, a Homeric cento, are fragments of one and the same manuscript.
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