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Recent publications of papyri & ostraca 4th BC-8th AD; conferences, lectures etc. from Papy-L and other sources as noted. gregg.schwendner AT wichita.edu

Friday, July 23, 2010

F. Morelli, L'archivio di Senouthios anystes e testi connessi (CPR XXX)



L'archivio di Senouthios anystes e testi connessi
Lettere e documenti per la costruzione di una capitale
[The Construction of a Capital]
Ed. by Morelli, Federico
2010 | Hardcover | Euro [D] 149.95 / for USA, Canada, Mexico US$ 210.00. *
ISBN 978-3-11-022887-8
Series: Corpus Papyrorum Raineri (CPR) 30


Blurb:
The volume contains the edition of 32 Greek papyrus texts, together with a commentary and translation, from the recently identified Senouthios archive. It consists of correspondence between high-ranking officials from Hermopolites in the first years after the Arabic conquest of Egypt. The letters deal with the requisitions for the erection of the new Egyptian capital of al-Fustât (“Old Cairo”), and throw light on aspects which are otherwise scarcely documented, such as the relationship between Christians and Muslims, or the reaction of the population to the demands of the new rulers. A second volume is in preparation.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

R.W. Daniel, Architectural orientation in the papyri

Daniel, Robert W. : Architectural orientation in the papyri / Robert W. Daniel . - Paderborn [u.a.]: Schöningh, 2010 . - XXII, 238 S.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

M. CAPASSO ed., "Leggere greco e latino fuori dai confini nel Mondo Antico”

«I Quaderni di Atene e Roma» 1 (2010) = M. CAPASSO (ed.), Atti del Primo Congresso Nazionale dell’Associazione Italiana di Cultura Classica “Leggere greco e latino fuori dai confini nel Mondo Antico”, Lecce 10-11 maggio 2008, Pensa Multimedia, Lecce 2010, pp. 211.

Sommario:
M. Capasso, Presentazione
Saluto del Presidente dell’Associazione Italiana di Cultura Classica
(M. Capasso)
G. Benedetto, Agoni “occidentali” in carmi epigrafici greci dell’Asia Minore di età imperiale
M. Capasso, La biblioteca ercolanese: vicende di uomini, vicende di libri: dal Paderni al Winckelmann
M.C. Cavalieri, La biblioteca ercolanese: i contenuti
P. Davoli-R. Cribiore, Una scuola di greco del IV secolo d.C. a Trimithis (Oasi di Dakhla, Egitto)
M. De Giorgi, La recezione della teoria notazionale greca nel Rinascimento europeo
R. Funari, Leggere Sallustio in Egitto
G. Laudizi, Seneca e il greco. La terminologia filosofica
D. Liuzzi, Le fonti greche degli Astronomica di Manilio
N. Pellé, Chi, come e perché leggeva storiografia greca in Egitto
P. Radiciotti, Scrivere e leggere il greco fuori dai confini temporali del mondo antico: Il Medioevo latino
O. Vox, Poesia greca a Roma nel II secolo d.C.: le iscrizioni triopee


ISSN 0004-6493
Prezzo:
Euro 15,00


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Monday, July 12, 2010

UPDATE: J. Lundon, The Scholia Minora in Homerum: An Alphabetical List

Wednesday, July 07, 2010

K. Vandorpe, S. Webens, Reconstructing Pathyris’ archives. A multicultural community in Hellenistic Egypt

Katelijn Vandorpe and Sofie Waebens, Reconstructing Pathyris’ archives. A multicultural community in Hellenistic Egypt (Collectanea Hellenistica 3), 
Brussels: Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van België & l’Union Académique Internationale 2010, 
327p.
ISBN 97 8906 5690579.
Price, excluding port charges: 49,90 euro

Monday, July 05, 2010

REVIEW: P. Worp

F. A. J. Hoogendijk, B. P. Muhs (ed.), Sixty-Five Papyrological Texts: Presented to Klaas A. Worp on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. Papyrologica Lugduno-Batava 33.   Leiden/Boston:  Brill, 2008.  Pp. xl, 416.  ISBN 9789004166882.  $216.00.   



Reviewed by Daniela Colomo, University of Oxford (daniela.colomo@classics.ox.ac.uk)
Table of Contents
This volume contains sixty-five texts, almost all representing the editio princeps of hitherto unpublished papyri, offered to the leading papyrologist Klaas Antony Worp to celebrate his 65th birthday.1 As the Preface points out (p. v), the range of the contributions reflects not only the extremely wide spectrum of the interests of the honorandus, but also his willingness to collaborate with colleagues from all over the world in the genuine spirit of the amicitia papyrologorum. The variety of the texts included in the book is impressive, and they contribute relevant new information to literary, religious, and material culture as well as political, administrative, social and economic aspects of the Graeco-Roman and Byzantine world. We find Greek literary papyri (contributions nos. 1-4), Greek subliterary papyri (no. 9), a Coptic subliterary text (no. 5), a magic papyrus (no. 10), a large number of documents not only written in Greek (nos. 13-26, 28-61), but also in Latin (no. 11), Demotic (no. 12), Coptic (nos. 62-64), Arabic (no. 65), and even a bilingual text in Greek and Latin (no. 27). The chronological range stretches from the third century BC to the eleventh century AD, although the majority of the texts come from the first centuries of the common era and from late antiquity. Accordingly, a variety of writing material is also represented, from papyrus to parchment, from wooden tablets to ostraka.

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Friday, July 02, 2010

Revised Program for the 26th International Congress of Papyrology (Aug. 16-21 2010, Geneva)

Monday August 16th, afternoon


PAPYROLOGISTS IN THE FIELD Jaakko Frösén presiding
1a. Alain Martin  Quatre jours au Fayoum
2a. Hélène Cuvigny From Mons Claudianus to Xeron Palagos (1987-2010), or papyrology vs. archaeology
3a. Tomasz Derda Deir el-Naqlun : papyri in archaeological context





LITERARY PAPYRI I  
Guido Bastianini 
presiding

1b. John Whitehorne  
« Archilochus’ » Telephus

2b. Marco Perale  
Nuove letture e proposte interpretative in P.Köln VI 242

3b. Dirk Obbink  
A new fragment of Ezekiel’s Exagoge from Oxyrhynchus







ADMINISTRATION OF ROMAN EGYPT  
Rudolf Haensch presiding

1c.Thomas Kruse  
Rolle und Funktion des administrativen Hilfspersonals in der enchorischen Verwaltung des kaiserzeitlichen Ägyptens 

2c. Andrea Jördens Reparaturen in arsinoitischen Gauarchiven
3c. Simona Russo  
P.Tebt. II 476 : ancora una petizione







PAGAN RELIGION IN EGYPT  
Dorothy Thompson presiding

1d.Carmen Messerer 
La situation des prêtres en Égypte romaine entre le Ier et le IIIe s. ap. J.-C.

2d. Océane Henri 
Un exemple de l’interpretatio graeca : l’évolution du culte d’Apollon en Égypte ptolémaïque et romaine 3d. Gwen Jennes 
Theophoric names and religion in Graeco-Roman Egypt







PAPYROLOGISTS IN THE FIELD Jaakko Frösén 
4a. Cornelia Römer 
The Fayum Survey Project. The Themistou Meris 1999- 2006

5a. Rosario Pintaudi  
Papiri ed archeologia : Antinoupolis e Narmuthis



LITERARY PAPYRI Franco Montanari presiding
4b. Ioanna Karamanou Allocating fr. 46a K. within the plot of Euripides’ Alexandros : a re- examination of P.Stras. inv. 2342,1 with new readings and textual notes
5b. Kathleen McNamee Ancient commentary on Euripides for Commentaria et Lexica Graeca in Papyris Reperta (CLGP)
6b. Marco-Antonio Santamaría Etymologizing the names of the gods in the Derveni papyrus and in Euripides’ Bacchae

ADMINISTRATION OF ROMAN EGYPT Jocelyne Nelis Clément  presiding
4c. Christina M. Kreinecker « We Ask You to Send... » – A remark on summonses and their (possible) reasons
5c. Richard Burchfield The scribe of the pagus
6c. Mohamed Solieman Tesserarius and quadrarius. Village officials in fourth century Egypt

PAGAN RELIGION IN EGYPT Chrysi Kotsifou  presiding
4d. Raquel Martin Reading the drawings in the Greek Magical Papyri
5d. Magali de Haro Sánchez Texte et contexte des papyrus iatromagiques grecs : recherches sur les conditions matérielles de réalisation des formulaires et des amulettes
6d. Franziska Naether, Heinz-Josef Thissen Dreaming with Asclepius- Imouthes : aspects of a revision of P. Oxy. 1381

Tuesday August 17th, morning

ANTHROPOLOGY, ONOMASTICS AND LINGUISTICS I Paul Heilporn   presiding
7a. Maryline Parca The archive of Zenon : where have the women gone ?
8a. Trevor V. Evans The language of the dioiketes’ letters in the Zenon archive
9a.. Sabine R. Huebner Intergenerational contracts in the papyri (P.Mich. V 322)

ARCHAEOLOGY OF GRAECO- ROMAN EGYPT Hélène Cuvigny  presiding
7b. Thomas Landvatter Papyrology, archaeology, and Greco-Roman period burial practices
8b. Jean-Yves Carrez-Maratray Les bains d’Oxyrhynchos : un réexamen à la lumière des fouilles de Péluse
9b. Piera Musardo La « casa-torre » a Soknopaiou Nesos : testimonianze archeologiche e papirologiche

HERCULANEUM AND ITS PAPYRI Jürgen Hammerstaedt  presiding
7c. Richard Janko Another (virtually) complete literary roll from Herculaneum : Philodemus, On poems II 
8c. Gianluca Del Mastro II Thesaurus Herculanensium Voluminum
9c. Maria Grazia Assante Per una nuova edizione del P.Herc. 1044 : una prima ipotesi di ricostruzione del rotolo

CHRISTIANITY IN EGYPT Juan Chapa  presiding
7d. Anne-Marie Luijendijk A funerary shroud with Gospel of Thomas logion 5 in context 
8d. Joel A. Weaver A re-examination of I Corinthians 14 : 23-24 in light of Roman census declarations 
9d. Stanley E. Porter Recent efforts to reconstruct early christianity on the basis of its papyrological evidence

Tuesday August 17th, morning

EMOTIONS IN THE PAPYRI Herwig Maehler  presiding
10a. Demokritos Kaltsas Emotionen in ptolemäischen Petitionen und verwandten T exten
11a. Chrysi Kotsifou Womanly weakness and manly moderation : the use and abuse of pity on fourth century petitions
12a. Bernhard Palme Emotion und Strategie bei Dioskoros von Aphrodite

ARCHAEOLOGY OF GRAECO- ROMAN EGYPT Hélène Cuvigny  presiding
10b. Marek Dospěl New Texts from the Al-Hayz Oasis - a preliminary report


UNPUBLISHED TEXTS Alain Martin presiding
11b.i. Christian-Jürgen Gruber The unpublished verso of P.Oxy. 521 and its relation to the recto  
11b.ii Nahum Cohen A letter from Dioskoros to Herminos
12b.iAnn Ellis Hanson A new letter from the archive of Isidoros son of Psophthis and his dispute with Tryphon the strategos 
12b.ii. Paul Heilporn Une querelle alexandrine sous Vaballath (et Aurélien) ? 
13b. Alia Hanafi Two unpublished Greek documents

HERCULANEUM AND ITS PAPYRI I Daniel Delattre  presiding
10.c. Holger Essler Epikurs theologische Schriften
11c. Giuliana Leone Il P.Herc. 1149/993 (Epicuro, Sulla natura, libro III) : una nuova ipotesi di ricostruzione
12c. Mario Capasso Non è Lucrezio

CHRISTIANITY IN EGYPT Stanley Porter  presiding
10d. Lincoln Blumell Is PSI IV 311 early evidence for arianism at Oxyrhynchus ?
11d. Sofia Torallas, Klaas A. Worp John Chrysostom at Montserrat
12d. Gregg Schwendner Who was the audience of Didymus the Blind’s lectures on the Psalm (PsT) ? Monastic education in fourth century Egypt
13d. Alexandra Trachsel / Uri Yiftach-Firanko Genizah ms. 17 : être aux prises à propos de l’acte de la proskynesis

Tuesday August 17th, afternoon

EMOTIONS IN THE PAPYRI Raffaella Cribiore  presiding
14a. Anne Boud’hors Emotions in Coptic letters of daily life
15a. Tonio Sebastian Richter « ...jealously we looked at all the sound children who are their parents’ comfort... » Pleasant and unpleasant emotions in Coptic legal documents
16a. Ari Bryen Dionysia’s Complaint : finding emotions in the papyri

ARTEMIDORUS Dirk Obbink  presiding
14b. Luciano Canfora Le pseudo-Artémidore dans le papyrus de Turin
15b. Irene Pajón Leyra Paradoxography on the verso of the Artemidorus papyrus
16b. Jürgen Hammerstaedt The status quaestionis of the Artemidorus Papyrus

HISTORY OF PTOLEMAIC AND ROMAN EGYPT John Whitehorne  presiding
14c. Brian Mc Ging Revolt in Ptolemaic Egypt : nationalism revisited
15c. Gunnar R. Dumke Zur Figur Ptolemaios’ I. in der politischen Kommunikation seiner Nachfolger
16c. Panagiota Sarischouli Ein Bruchstück der Acta Alexandrinorum

CHRISTIANITY IN EGYPT Anne-Marie Luijendijk  presiding
14d.i. Monika Minehart The [Mis]identification of P.Oxy. XLII 3057 [as the earliest Christian Letter] 14:15 
14d.ii. Karl-Heinrich Ostmeyer Die Oratio Jacobi. Eine Autopsie des Papyrus b. P. gr. 13 895 14:30 
15d.i. Timothy M. Teeter An amulet with the liturgy of St Mark
15d.ii. Adriano Magnani P.Berol. 8877 (Acta Isidori) : Les Acta Martyrum Alexandrinorum et la « Deuxième Sophistique »

LAYOUT OF PAPYRI Jean-Luc Fournet  presiding
16d. Valentina Millozzi The livre d’écolier (P.Cairo JE 65445) : some problematic issues

Tuesday August 17th, afternoon

EMOTIONS
17a. Willy Clarysse From anger to agony. Emotions in private letters on papyrus

LITERARY PAPYRI II André Hurst  presiding
17b. Franco Montanari, Davide Muratore, Fabian Reiter Scholia Minora auf Wachstafeln der Berliner Papyrussamlung : ein deutsch- italienisches Editionsprojekt
18b. Marco Stroppa Un papiro inedito del Fisiologo Greco 
19b. Lucia Vannini Papiri con edizioni commentate

HISTORY OF PTOLEMAIC AND ROMAN EGYPT Fabian Reiter  presiding
17c. Janneke de Jong Emperor and divinity in Roman Egypt
18c. Myrto Malouta Antinoopolis and Hermopolis : a tale of two cities 
19c. Marie Drew-Bear Sur les doreai agonistiques de Gallien en Égypte

LAYOUT OF PAPYRI I
17d. Rachel Yuen-Collingridge, Malcolm Choat The copyist at work : scribal practice in duplicate documents
18d. Daniela Colomo Word division in Greek literary papyri
19d.i. Julia Lougovaya Formal features in the arrangement and layout of epigrams in papyri and inscriptions
19d.ii. Charikleia Armoni Zwei rätselhafte Symbola aus der Kölner Sammlung

20. Nikos Litinas / Traianos Gagos (†) The return of the Boukoloi & A Ps.-Aristotle letter to Alexander in a Michigan papyrus Plenary session 

Wednesday August 18th, morning

ANTHROPOLOGY, ONOMASTICS AND LINGUISTICS II Arthur Verhoogt  presiding
21a. Mark Depauw Creating identities in Graeco-Roman Egypt
22a. Isabelle Marthot The Antaiopolite Nome villages
23a. Alain Delattre Les onomastiques régionales en Egypte aux VIIe et VIIIe siècles

LITERARY PAPYRI III Alberto Nodar  presiding
21b. Natascia Pellé I codici papiracei di Tucidide : aspetti bibliografici e paleografici
22b. Ivanoe Privitera The footprint left by Aristotle and the Peripatos in the papyri 
23b. Benjamin H. Weaver Orthographies of poetic reference in the Athenaion Politeia

ROMAN ARMY IN EGYPT Fritz Mitthof  presiding
21c. Adam Lajtar Greek and Latin papyri from the Egypt Exploration Society excavations at Qasr Ibrim : a testimony to the Roman army in Upper Egypt and Lower Nubia in the first years of Augustus
22c. Sofie Waebens Reflecting the « change in AD 140 » : the veteran categories of the epikrisis documents revisited
23c. Rodney Ast, Giuseppina Azzarello, Michel Cottier A Roman veteran and his skilful administrator : Gemellus and Epagathus in light of unpublished papyri

COLLECTIONS OF PAPYRI Ann Ellis Hanson  presiding
21d. Roberta Mazza Graeco-Roman Egypt at Manchester
22d. Rosa Otranto Reconsidering the origin and the acquisition of P.Lit.Lond. 133 
23d. Malcolm Choat Lord Crawford’s search for papyri : on the origin of the Rylands papyrus collection


Wednesday August 18th, morning

ADMINISTRATION IN PTOLEMAIC EGYPT Brian Mc Ging  presiding
24a. Gianluca Casa Prices and monopoly in Ptolemaic Egypt : oils and about
24a. Carla Balconi Un document inedito dal cosiddetto archivio di Pankrates
25a. Erja Salmenkivi Herakleopolite Meridarchs in the First Century BC ?

LITERARY PAPYRI III Richard Janko  presiding
24b. Jelle Stoop Can papyri account for the lack of narrative elegy ? 
25b. Alessandro Boria Musica su papiro. La pratica della scrittura musicale nella tradizione papiracea
26b. Raffaella Cribiore New Literary Texts from Amheida

ROMAN ARMY IN EGYPT Maria Rosaria Falivene  presiding
24c. Claudia Kreuzsaler Soldatenwitwen vor Gericht. Ein erneuter Blick auf P.Cattaoui
25c. Patrick Sänger Veteranen unter den Severern und den frühen Soldatenkaisern : die Dokumentensammlung der Veteranen Aelius Sarapammon und Aelius Syrio
26c. Anna Maria KaiserDie Fahndung nach Deserteuren im spätantiken Ägypten

COLLECTIONS OF PAPYRI I Sofia Torallas Tovar  presiding
24d. Nadine Quenouille La collection d’ostraca de la bibliothèque de l’Université de Leipzig 
25d. James Cowey Edition of London Ostraca
26d. Holger Essler, Fabian Reiter Die Berliner Sammlung im Deutschen Papyruskartell


Thursday August 19th, morning

27a. DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND TOOLS OF THE TRADE I Adam Bülow-Jacobsen  presiding
28a. Herwig Maehler Die Zukunft der griechischen Papyrologie
29a. Bart Van Beek Papyri in bits & bytes - electronic texts and how to use them 
30a. Marius Gerhardt Papyrus Portal Deutschland

LEGAL MATTERS IN PAPYRI Hans-Albert Rupprecht  presiding
27b. Katelijn Vandorpe Bilingual evidence in Ptolemaic courts
28b. Nadine Grotkamp Diebstahl im ptolemäischen Ägypten
29b. Barbara Anagnostou-Canas Droit provincial et protection des intérêts privés en Égypte sous l’empire

HERCULANEUM AND ITS PAPYRI II Maria Serena Funghi  presiding
27c. Dino De Sanctis Il campo semantico di Ialeo-Ialia nei testi ercolanesi 
28c. Margherita Erbì Nuove letture in PHerc. 1004, col. 58
29c. Antonio Parisi Segni, correzioni e particolarità grafiche del P.Herc. 831

DEMOTIC PAPYRI Mark Depauw  presiding
27d. John Tait Comparing structures in the Greek novel and Demotic narrative
28d. Monica Signoretti From Demotic to Greek : some considerations on ancient translation 
29d. Franziska Naether, Heinz-Josef Thissen Träumen mit Asklepios-Imuthes : Aspekte einer Neubearbeitung von P.Oxy. 


Thursday August 19th, morning

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND TOOLS OF THE TRADE I Roger Bagnall  presiding
30a. Reinhold Scholl Textmining  und Papyri
31a. Herbert Verreth Topography of Egypt online

COLLECTIONS OF PAPYRI II Rosario Pintaudi  presiding
30b. Francesca Longo Auricchio, Giovanni Indelli Il « Fondo Vogliano » conservato a Napoli 
31b. Maria Rosaria Falivene On provenances. The case of P.Köln 448

DEMOTIC PAPYRI 
30d. Marja Vierros Phraseological parallels between Greek and Demotic contracts 


32a. Joshua Sosin / James Cowey Digital papyrology : a new platform for collaborative control of DDbDP, HGV, and APIS data Plenary session in Room MR080 (1 hour) 

Thursday August 19th, afternoon

ANTHROPOLOGY, ONOMASTICS AND LINGUISTICS III Sabine Huebner presiding
33a. Yanne Broux, Sandra Coussement Creating identities through double names in the Ptolemaic and Roman period
34a. Sandra Scheuble Makedones und xenoi im ptolemäischen Ägypten – zur Frage der ethnischen Zusammensetzung der ptolemäischen Gesellschaft in der 2. Hälfte des 2. Jh. v. Chr.
35a. Annalissa Roy Variations in formulaic language occurring in the Mons Claudianus ostraca

LEGAL MATTERS IN PAPYRI II Andrea Jördens presiding
33b. Marlies Appl Anazetesis und Parastasis anhand der Dokumentation zu den Nyktostrategoi
34b. Maria Nowak The function of witnesses in the deeds mortis causa of late antique Egypt
35b. Jakub Urbanik « What would you have rather not taken place ! » Marriage and divorce in the late antique legal practice and legislation

TAXATION IN GRAECO- ROMAN EGYPT I Joe Manning presiding
33c. Rosalie Cook Four Ptolemaic land and crop surveys in the Macquarie papyrus collection
34c. Micaela Langellotti The meaning of eide in tax-documents in Roman Egypt
35c. Cassandre Hartenstein, Frédéric Colin Un contribuable d’Edfou à l’Institut d’égyptologie de l’Université de Strasbourg

LAYOUT OF PAPYRI II Bernard Legras presiding
33d. Serena Ammirati The Latin book of legal content: a significant typology in the history of the ancient book
34d. Margit Homann Versiculus transversus: layout of ancient letters
35d. Paolo Radiciotti Il particolarismo grafico nelle testimonianze papiracee : una nuova riflessione

Thursday August 19th, afternoon
LITERARY PAPYRI IV Peter Parsons presiding
36a. André Hurst Commentaires de l’Alexandra de Lycophron dans quelques fragments papyrologiques
37a. Antonella Marandino La tradizione papiracea dell’ Alessandra di Licofrone
38a. Carlo Vessella Lettori di Corinna in Egitto

LEGAL MATTERS IN PAPYRI II Thomas Kruse presiding
36b. José Luis Alonso Law without lawyers : hypallagma or the dangers of Romanistic thinking
36b. Joachim Hengstl Zum Sprachgebrauch des Neuen Testaments aus rechtspapyrologischer Sicht

ADMINISTRATION OF ROMAN EGYPT II Klaas Worp presiding
36c. Sven Tost Die Unterscheidung zwischen öffentlicher und privatgeschäftlicher Sphäre am Beispiel des Amts der riparii 
37c. Sophie Kovarik Das spätantike Notariat
38c. Federico Morelli La corrispondenza di Senouthios anystes tra mondo antico e mondo arabo
39c. Gad El-Sayed Demosios iatros : a government position or a liturgic office ?

GRAFFITI & DIPINTI Jean Gascou presiding
36d. Jean-Luc Fournet La « dipintologie » grecque : une nouvelle discipline auxiliaire de la papyrologie ?
37d. Yoshiyuki Suto / Ryosuke Takahashi Bilingual graffiti from the Ptolemaic quarries in Akoris and Zawiyat-al-Sultan
38d. Jitse H.F. Dijkstra Scrateched in stone: the Isis Temple Graffiti Project grafico nelle testimonianze papiracee : una nuova riflessione
39d. Claudia Tirel Cena Il tempio di Deir el-Medina e l’archivio di Totoes


Friday August 20th, morning

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND TOOLS OF THE TRADE II Rodney Ast presiding
40a. Giovanna Menci Utilità di un database di alfabeti per lo studio della scrittura greca dei papiri
41a. Marie-Hélène Marganne Les extensions du fichier Mertens-Pack3 du CEDOP AL
42a. Robert Kraft Imaging the papyri collection at the University of Pennsylvania Museum (Philadelphia PA, USA)

LITERARY PAPYRI Alain Blanchard presiding
40b. Alberto Nodar « Wild » Homer papyri in the Roca-Puig collection
41b. Maria Chiara Scappaticcio Sulla « filologia dei papiri virgiliani » : i PColt 1 e 2
42b. Marco Fressura Per un corpus dei papyri bilingui dell’ Eneide di Virgilio

ADMINISTRATION OF GRAECO- ROMAN EGYPT Todd Hickey presiding
40c.i. W. Graham Claytor A Ptolemaic petition to the Archidikastes 8:45-9:00 
40c.ii. Peter Arzt-Grabner Ein neues Fragment zu P.Select. 9 («Edikt eines Präses über Maximalzinsen») 9:00-9:15 
41c.i. André-Louis Rey Les raisons d’une altercation : un réexamen de P.Grenfell I 38 9:15-9:30
41c.ii. Dorothy Thompson P.Enteuxeis 27 (222 BC) and the Nile transport of grain under the Ptolemies
42c Marco C.D. Paganini The invention of the gymnasiarch


ARABIC PAPYRI Andreas Kaplony  presiding
40d. Petra M. Sijpesteijn Coptic and Arabic papyri from Deir Bala’izah
41d. Amalia Zomeño Arabic Papyri in Spanish Collections : Palau Ribes in Barcelona
42d. Marie Legendre Antinoopolis/Aninā : une ville et ses textes

Friday August 20th, morning

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND TOOLS OF THE TRADE III James Cowey presiding
43a. Roger T. Macfarlane / Stephen M. Bay Multi-Spectral Imaging and Papyrology : Advantages and Limitations
44a. Adam Bülow-Jacobsen Digital infrared photography of papyri and ostraca

LITERARY PAPYRI André-Louis Rey presiding
43b. John Lundon P.Köln XII 468 and reading Homer in late Roman / early Byzantine Panopolis
44b. Kevin Kalish The presence of Hades in the Codex of Visions (P.Bodm. 31, 32, 35)
45b. Alain Blanchard Le papyrus Bodmer et la reception de Ménandre à l’époque byzantine

COPTIC PAPYRI James Keenan presiding
43c .Loreleï Vanderheyden Le pan copte des archives de Dioscore d’Aphrodité
44c. María-Jesús Albarrán Martinez New Coptic monastic texts in the Palau Ribes Collection in Barcelona 11:30-11:45 45c. Georg Schmelz Des spätkoptische Arbeitsvertrag P.Heid. inv. Kopt. 451

ARABIC PAPYRI Andreas Kaplony presiding
43d. Sobhi Bouderbala Les ostraca arabes de la fouille de Fusā- Isabl ‘Antar (IFAO). Édition critique et apport au domaine de la papyrologie arabe
44d. Lucian Reinfandt Arabic papyri from Mesopotamia
45d. Jelle Bruning Commercial relations and a harbour near al-Fusā

Friday August 20th, afternoon

TECHNICAL MATTERS Marie-Hélène Marganne presiding
46a. Katherine Blouin Minimum firmitatis, plurimum lucri : le cas du « lin mendésien »
47a. Alette V. Bakkers Hydreumata
48a. Isabella Andorlini Segni di malattia nelle lettere dei papiri

LITERARY PAPYRI VI Thomas Schmidt presiding
46b. José-Antonio Fernández Delgado Modèles progymnasmatiques de l’époque hellénistique : P.Mil.Vogl. III 123
47b. Maroula F. Salamenou Documents in the oratorical speeches of the fourth century BC

COPTIC PAPYRI Alain Delattre presiding
46c. James Keenan The Bilingual Scribe of the Temseu Skordon Codex
47c. Jennifer Cromwell Following in father’s footsteps : the question of father-son scribal training in eigth century Thebes 48c. Florence Calament Le projet de réédition des archives de Pesynthios en marche : focus sur les papyrus du musée du Louvre

ARABIC PAPYRI Petra Sijpesteijn presiding
46d.i. Khaled Mohamed Younes Legal documents belonging to a certain ‘Ammār b. Salama b. ‘Abd al- Wārith. Two unpublished papyri from the Beinecke Library of Yale University 14 :15-14:30 
47d.ii. Johann Thomann Fragment d’un horoscope arabe sur papyrus (IXe siècle) 


TAXATION IN GRAECO-ROMAN EGYPT II Willy Clarysse 
48d. Lorenzo Fati L’archivio dei sitologoi della meris di Herakleides, probabilmente conservato a Boubastos
49d. Magdy A.I. Aly P.Mich. 336b

Friday August 20th, afternoon

TECHNICAL MATTERS Alexandra Trachsel presiding
50a. Fritz Mitthof Drachme und As, Denar und Obol : Hybride Münzsysteme in römischen Ägypten ?
51a. Francisca A.J. Hoogendijk Petition (?) on the financing of athletic training 16:15-16:30 
52a. Sofie Remijsen A new sport in a late antique letter

LITERARY PAPYRI VI John Lundon presiding
50b.i. Agathe Antoni Une citation d’Hésiode dans l’avant-dernière colonne du P.Herc. 1384 16:15- 
51b.ii Amin Benaissa A New Fragment of Dionysius’ Bassarica ?

THE ECONOMY OF GRAECO-ROMAN EGYPT Bernhard Palme presiding
50c. Sophie Gällnö Les rapports de genre dans le domaine de la production textile au IVe s. ap. J.-C. d’après les papyrus documentaires
51c. Lucia Rossi Le transport interne et méditerranéen du blé égyptien : les structures institutionnelles et leurs intermédiaires commerciaux
52c. Manna Satama Performers and their contracts in the Roman period

ANTHROPOLOGY, ONOMASTICS AND LINGUISTICS IV Katlijn Vandorpe presiding
50d. Rachel Mairs Interpreters and translators in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt
51d. Naim Vanthieghem L’apport des lettres pour l’étude des particules grecques à l’époque romaine
52d. Arthur Verhoogt Dictating letters in Greek and Roman Egypt : author, scribe, and audience

B Nielsen - K.A. Worp, Papyri from the New York University Collection II (P. NYU II)


Bruce Nielsen & Klaas A. Worp (edd.),  
Papyri from the New York University Collection II
(P. NYU II)
  Philippika: Marburger Altertumskundliche Abhandlungen, 31.
Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2010. xxii, 179 p.p. € 48.00.  
ISBN 9783447060936.
The volume contains 53 literary and documentary papyrus texts from the New York University Collection.

Table of Contents

Blurb:
Dieser Band enthält 53 literarische und dokumentarische Texte, die mit Ausnahme von zwei zugehörigen Fragmenten aus den Sammlungen von Princeton University, bzw. dem Istituto Papirologico 'G. Vitelli' in Florenz alle in der Papyrus-Sammlung der New York University aufbewahrt werden. Für diese Publikation sind die ursprünglich in vier separaten Lieferungen der wohlbekannten Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigrafi k (Bonn) erschienenen Texte neu durchgesehen und, falls notwendig, aktualisiert. Unter den dokumentarischen Texten sind alle Perioden aus der Geschichte des griechisch-römischen Ägyptens zwischen 330 BCE und etwa 800 CE (d.h. die ptolemäische, die römische, die byzantinische und die früh-arabische Periode) vertreten. Ein ebenfalls buntes Spektrum weisen die unterschiedlichen Herkunftsorte dieser Texte auf: die meisten Texte stammen aus dem Arsinoites, dem Oxyrhynchites oder dem Hermopolites, aber auch eine eher unübliche Provinz wie der Aphroditopolites ist vertreten, während von vielen Texten die genaue Herkunft einfach unbekannt ist. Schließlich sei darauf hingewiesen, dass die dokumentarischen Texte inhaltlich sehr verschieden sind: so sind Gattungen wie amtliche Korrespondenz, Privatbriefe, Steuer-Quittungen, Verträge, Testamente usw. alle vertreten. Während ein Überblick der veröffentlichten New Yorker University-Papyri den Texten vorangeht, schließen die üblichen Wortindizes den Band ab, an dessen Ende Bilder der einzelnen Objekte mitgegeben werden.