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Abstract A scrap of papyrus from the Beinecke library, dating to the late first century BCE or early first century CE, has yielded a passage from Demosthenes’ De Corona. The text is good, and in one place offers further support for Demosthenes’ avoidance of hiatus.
Abstract P.Berol. 21312 and P.Schubart 27 (P.Berol. 16086), as pointed out by Odette Bouquiaux-Simon in 1992, are part of the same sheet containing a Gnomic Anthology dating to the II/III century A.D. (LDAB 4984). This paper shows that the four fragments of P.Berol. 21312 actually join with...
Abstract P.Ant. III 128, a fragment from a medical compilation, is identified in the present paper to contain a passage from the treatise “On Therapeutic Aids” by Antyllus (2 nd century A.D.). In the papyrus, the author’s indication is apparently given in the form of a running title. Therefore,...
Abstract Edition of a fragment of a petition found in Tebtunis, probably related to an act of violence perpetrated by a group of people. The bottom of the document is preserved, with the standard request formulae, the identification of the petitioner, and the date (22nd September 98 AD).
Abstract This article presents a new edition with a translation and a commentary of P.Oxy. LIII 3699. By examining the originals I have been able to join the fragments, which were published as separate pieces in the editio princeps. The text is a philosophical dialogue dealing with education and...
Abstract P.Oxy. LXVIII 5156, a second century witness to Plutarch’s Quaestiones Convivales, reads τηρε(ῖ instead of the mediaeval manuscripts’ ποιεῖ at 660 c 7. The passage suggests a parallel between the effect of conversation on wine drinking and that of marble on heated iron during a puzzling...
Abstract In the common opinion the Abinnaeus archive was found in Philadelphia. The article shows that Dionysias can be the place of the discovery of the papyri
Abstract Edition of P.Tebt. II 496, which is an offer to lease one aroura of crown land in the marshes of Tebtunis, similar to P.Tebt. II 376, and discussion of the terms κοινὴ διαμίσθωσις, ἐπιμερισμός and ἐπίξενον.
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