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AbstractThe πλοῖον κοπρηγόν was a specific kind of boat that was dedicated to the conveyance of manure. It is evidenced in Memphis only by two Roman papyri. It seems that there were several kinds of such boats, operating on various scales and revealing various architectural features. The...
AbstractEdition of a poll-tax receipt from Hermopolis in the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München. The receipt is dated August 6, AD 195, and is one of the few poll-tax receipts from Hermopolis.
AbstractEditio princeps of parts of Libanius’ oratio XVIII preserved on fragments of a papyrus codex.
AbstractThis article presents an unpublished Ptolemaic papyrus from the collection of the University of Trier. It contains an official letter probably to an oikonomos concerning a tax-collection, which requires further investigation.
AbstractThe Artemidorus Papyrus has a legend on the verso (V6) that bears the usual word for ‘beaver’ in ancient Greek, i.e. κάστωρ. This does not correspond to the drawing of the animal, which looks more like a dog. Through an analysis of various zoological texts, this article solves the...
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