What's New in Papyrology

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

Saturday, April 28, 2012

L. Popko, N. Quenouille, M. Rücker, Von Sklaven, Pächtern und Politikern. Beiträge zum Alltag in Ägypten, Griechenland und Rom. Doulika Erga zu Ehren von Reinhold Scholl

Von Sklaven, Pächtern und Politikern
Beiträge zum Alltag in Ägypten, Griechenland und Rom. Doulika Erga zu Ehren von Reinhold Scholl
 [Of Slaves, Tenants, and Politicians. Studies on Daily Life in Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome]

Ed. by Popko, Lutz / Quenouille, Nadine / Rücker, Michaela

hrsg. v. J.-L. Fournet / B. Kramer / W. Luppe / H. Maehler / B. McGing / G. Poethke / F. Reiter / T. S. Richter), Berlin u.a. 2012.

DE GRUYTER
Publication Date: April 2012
ISBN: 978-3-11-028071-5





Rudersdorf, Manfred,  „Über die Notwendigkeit, die Studien der Jugend neu zu gestalten“ : Leipziger Exzellenz im Zeichen der humanistischen Bildungsreform. Zur Antikerezeption in der Frühen Neuzeit

Colomo, Daniela / Gerhardt, Marius, Bemerkungen zu dem vermeintlichen hapax legomenon ἐντύλιμα (P.Münch. III 142 und Hesych κ 2543)

Huttner, Ulrich,  Der Fluch des Apostels: Magie in den Philippusakten

Kaplony-Heckel, Ursula, Totendienst und Tempeldienst im Alten Ägypten

Kath, Roxana, Politiker als Schauspieler – Schauspieler als Politiker? Zur Gefahr theatralischer Elemente in der Römischen Republik

Kramer, Johannes, Griechische Namen für die Treverer und für Trier

Pfeil, Patrick, Der Tod des Julian Apostata – ein oft besprochenes Rätsel

Popko, Lutz, Das historische Vorbild des Menechpare Siamun: Die Diskreditierung kuschitischer Pharaonen in der spätzeitlichen Literatur

Schubert, Charlott, Die Ordnung des politischen Raums. Bemerkungen zur kleisthenischen Phylenreform

Trojahn, Silke, Die öffentliche Wahrnehmung der Papyrologie als Wissenschaft. Ein Streifzug durch deutsche Konversationslexika

II. PAPYRUSEDITIONEN (P.Scholl)

1.–2. Two 4th-Century Bilingual (Greek-Latin) Papyri (AST, Rodney)

3. Frammento di tabella aritmetica dalla collezione di Vienna (AZZARELLO, Giuseppina)

4. Περὶ χρυσέων κοσμημάτων. Ein Titulus aus dem lateinisch-griechischen Celtis-Glossar (KRAFT, Ulrich)

5. Eine testamentarische Sklavenfreilassung aus dem Oxyrhynchites: P.Hamb. Inv. 549* (KRAMER, Bärbel / HAGEDORN, Dieter)

6. Weiterleitung eines an den Königlichen Schreiber gerichteten Kaufangebots für Salz(?) an einen ἐργοσκόπος (KRUSE, Thomas)

7. Weizen für den Tempel Die Syntaxis-Quittung O.Lips. ÄMUL dem. 1418: „Ostrakon Ebers“ (NAETHER, Franziska)

8. Der Notar Pinution in einem Pachtvertrag aus Hermupolis (POETHKE, Günter)

9. Sklaven, Kinder, Kindersklaven? Abrechnung für Arbeiten auf einem Landgut: O.Lips. Inv. 763+949 (QUENOUILLE, Nadine)

10. P.Giss. Univ. 11: Eine unerkannte Kopfsteuerquittung aus Berenikis Thesmophoru (REITER, Fabian)

11.–12. Zwei koptische Schutzbriefe aus der Heidelberger Papyrussammlung (SCHMELZ, Georg)

13.–15. Drei medizinische Rezepte: P.Lips. Inv. 390a–e (WERNER, Cindy)

INDIZES


Friday, April 27, 2012

DECIMO SEMINARIO PAPIROLOGICO FIORENTINO


Istituto Papirologico “G. Vitelli”
Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana
Accademia Fiorentina di Papirologia e di Studi sul Mondo Antico
 
DECIMO SEMINARIO PAPIROLOGICO FIORENTINO
 
Papiri inediti delle collezioni fiorentine
 
Il seminario si terrà a Firenze dal 17 al 25 settembre 2012, presso l’Istituto Papirologico “G. Vitelli” (Borgo degli Albizi 12). Il lavoro dei partecipanti si svolgerà su testi inediti delle collezioni fiorentine.
I partecipanti saranno impegnati nel restauro dei papiri e saranno loro fornite le necessarie istruzioni tecniche per operare sul materiale. Inoltre, i partecipanti affronteranno lo studio di papiri sugli originali: saranno fornite le nozioni fondamentali sulla metodologia della trascrizione e sulle varie tipologie dei testi che si recuperano dai papiri stessi, nonché nozioni di inquadramento storico generale.
Il seminario è riservato a giovani in possesso di Laurea in Lettere o Storia, con percorsi di studio di indirizzo classico, filologico o storico-antico. Sono ammessi anche studenti stranieri, con analoghi requisiti. Costituirà titolo preferenziale per l’ammissione al seminario l’avere svolto una tesi in Papirologia; non verranno prese in considerazione le domande di coloro che abbiano precedentemente partecipato a più di un’altra iniziativa analoga.
Al termine del seminario, sarà rilasciato un attestato di frequenza a coloro che abbiano seguito tutte le fasi dei lavori.
 
Il numero dei partecipanti è limitato a 12.
 
La quota di iscrizione è fissata in 250 euro.
 
Le domande di iscrizione devono pervenire entro il 23 giugno 2011 e devono essere indirizzate al prof. Guido Bastianini presso l’Istituto Papirologico “G. Vitelli”, Borgo degli Albizi 12, I-50122 Firenze. Si prega di indicare sulla busta: “Decimo Seminario Papirologico Fiorentino”. Alla domanda, in carta semplice, devono essere acclusi il curriculum vitae e una lettera di presentazione rilasciata da un docente universitario, che non sia uno dei coordinatori del seminario. La quota di iscrizione dovrà essere versata secondo le modalità che saranno indicate nella lettera con cui sarà comunicato che la domanda di iscrizione è stata accettata.
I richiedenti saranno informati sull’esito della loro domanda entro il 13 luglio 2011.
 
I coordinatori del Seminario:
Guido Bastianini, Gabriella Messeri, Rosario Pintaudi


Guido Bastianini

Istituto Papirologico "G. Vitelli"
Università degli Studi di Firenze

Borgo degli Albizi 12
I-50122 Firenze

Sunday, April 22, 2012

APF 57.1 (2011)



Ed. by Fournet, Jean-Luc / Kramer, Bärbel / Luppe, Wolfgang / Maehler, Herwig / McGing, Brian / Poethke, Günter / Reiter, Fabian / Richter, Tonio Sebastian

Issue 1 (August 2011), pp. 1 - 151


Deux inédits homériques de la Bibliothèque Municipale de Rouen
Chaufray, Marie-Pierre (Paris)
Publication of two Homeric papyrus fragments of Iliad 10.26–30 and Odyssey 22. 340–345


P.Köln III 127 and P.Oxy. XXX 2512: Two fragments, one manuscript, of a Homeric cento
Gonis, Nikolaos (London)
P.Oxy. XXX 2512, published as ‘Early Hexameters’, and P.Köln III 127, a Homeric cento, are fragments of one and the same manuscript.


Sappho fr. 58,23–26 und fr. 59 Voigt
Luppe, Wolfgang  (Halle/Saale)
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 restored from Athenaeus XV 687b, the meaning of which is discussed.


Zum Dictys-Cretensis-Papyrus P.Tebt. II 268
Luppe, Wolfgang (Halle/Saale)
In this article the text of two long columns of a heavily damaged papyrus is discussed; it forms part of a history of the Trojan war. Some of the better preserved lines are reconstructed on the basis of the known Latin translation. One theme is the murder of Achilles resulting from intrigue, another the deficient grief of the Greek soldiers about it.


BKT IX 64: Ein Bruchstück der Acta Alexandrinorum
Sarischouli, Panagiota (Komotini)
Re-edition of a badly damaged fragment with remains of two columns from the Acta Alexandrinorum. The fragment appears to tell the story of an Alexandrian Greek embassy facing the emperor Claudius in the aftermath of the Alexandrian riots in 41 CE


An early Ptolemaic bank register from the Arsinoite nome revised
Clarysse, Willy / Thompson, Dorothy J. / Capron, Laurent
New readings and a rearrangement of the fragments have led to this reedition of an Arsinoite bank register, first published two years ago (APF 55/2 [2009] 230–250). The register covers one month in year 12 (of Ptolemy III). A wide variety of taxes is recorded, paid by both civilian and military sectors at different local banks; details are here collected in a central register most probably from the nome capital. The surviving text records the final 5–6% of inpayments for the current year, followed by arrears going back year-by-year. Different agios are charged on different taxes. The large sums on the back are probably annual payments relating to the whole nome.


Considerazioni su PGM II 1–12
Monte, Anna (Berlino)
This article presents a reexamination of PGM II 1–12. A new high-definition scan of the papyrus shows an incorrect placing of two fragments, and enables improvements to the reading of the text.


Zur Wortgeschichte von Gummi
Kramer, Johannes (Trier)
One of the few Egyptian words occuring in most modern languages is ḳmj.t, Coptic ком(м)є or ком(м)ι, Greek κóμ(μ)ι. It is normally indeclinable, but in the papyri it has passed mostly to the consonantic declination (gen. κóμμεως). Latin evidence proves that the vulgar variant gumma (instead of gummi or cummi) is the etymon of Romance forms like Fr. gomme, which passed to other languages (English gum, German Gummi).


Das Orakel des Heiligen Severus
Schenke, Gesa (Leiden/Oxford)
This new Cologne papyrus attests a hitherto unknown practice of posing oracle questions to Saint Severus. The edition of the small papyrus scrap reveals an oracle inquiry into marriage matters.


Frange and Moses to Matthaios (O.Col. inv. 100): Another Piece of the Frange Dossier
Blouin, Katherine (Toronto)
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 already rich Frange dossier.


Les ostraca grecs et coptes d'Edfou. À propos d'une publication récente
Delattre, Alain / Fournet, Jean-Luc
orrections and reeditions of Greek, Coptic and Graeco-Coptic ostraca from Edfu (Egypt) recently published by S. Bacot, Ostraca grecs et coptes de Tell Edfou, Le Caire, 2009 (O.Edfou Copte)


A propos de la «pauvreté» à Damas à l'époque ayyoubide: deux documents inédits
Mouton, Jean-Michel  / Sourdel, Dominique / Sourdel-Thomine, Janine (Paris)
Publication of two unpublished documents from the Ayyubid period where the term faqīr (pl. fuqarā') is used, describing religious men respected for their asceticism and practicing voluntary poverty, which seems to be their main characteristic. The first archival piece, dated 612/1215, is an official testimony of this quality of profound poverty. It was required to back the claim of being “poor among the Muslim poor”. The second is a request addressed to a master by a member of the pious community of fuqarā' who claims a remuneration in the form of alms (ṣadaqāt).


Darstellungen und Hilfsmittel


Urkundenreferat 2009 (1. Teil)
Kruse, Thomas (Wien)

Saturday, April 21, 2012

ZPE 181 (2012)


Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 
INHALT
Aberson, M. – Wiblé, F., «Revigorer l’[âme?] épuisée»: fragments inédits d’une inscription métrique latine provenant de Martigny (Forum Claudii Vallensium) ... 48
Arrington, N. T., The Form(s) and Date(s) of a Classical War Monument: Re-evaluating IG I3 1163 and the Case for Delion ... 61
Bakker, N., A New Solution for the ‘Lille Stesichorus’ vv. 235–52 ... 4
Bartels, J., Augustus in Amathus (Zypern) ... 91
Beltrán Lloris, F., Hospitium municipal y ciuitas honoraria. Una relectura de la tésera de hospitalidad de Herrera de Pisuerga ... 245
Bertolazzi, R., Iter precarium in una iscrizione inedita da Verona ... 215
Colomo, D. – Perale, M., On P.Oxy. LXXVI 5094 fr. 1 ...1
Costanza, S., Melampo in Bacchilide, Pae. 4 Sn.–M. (= P. Oxy. III 426), 50–53 ... 8
Dana, D. – Ivanov, R., Deux épitaphes latines inédites d’Abritus (Mésie Inférieure). Considérations sur le peuplement d’Abritus 235 Duplouy, A., Un nouveau fragment de décret hellénistique de Colophon-sur-Mer ... 76
Eck, W. – Pangerl, A., Eine Konstitution für die Truppen von Dacia superior aus dem Jahr 142 mit der Sonderformel für Kinder von Auxiliaren ... 173
Eck, W. – Pangerl, A., Ein M. Ulpius Marcellus als praefectus classis Ravennatis in einem Diplom des Jahres 119 n. Chr. ... 202
Feig Vishnia,, A Case of “Bad Press”? Gaius Flaminius in Ancient Historiography ... 27
Flinterman, J.-J., Pannucome Revisited. Lines 11–13 of the Laodice Inscription Again ... 79
Gómez-Pantoja, J. L., Missing the Point: Una pequeña enmienda a CIL XIII 6858 ... 263 
Gonis, N., An ‘Our Father’ with Problems ... 46
Hartmann, B., Inschriften auf römischen Holzfässern aus dem vicus Tasgetium (Eschenz, CH) ... 269
Heinrichs, J., Münzen als Krisensymptome? Zur makedonischen Silberprägung unter Amyntas III. und Perdikkas III. (ca. 393–359) ...17
Ingrosso, P., Menandro, Aspis 140–148 J. e PSI 126 Ir ... 23
Isager, S. – Pedersen, P., Hadrian, Sabina and Halikarnassos – Some Epigraphic Evidence ... 95
Kreiler, B., Die Straßenbauinschrift des Prokonsuls L. Cassius Longinus im Tempetal ... 230
Kritzas, Ch. B., A Greek Inscription from Tarraco (CIL II2/14,2 G16) ... 88
Lerouxel, F., Des prêts sans intérêt? Le taux d’intérêt dans le nome oxyrhynchite avant 9 après J.C. ... 161
Luciani, F., CIL V 2041: un’iscrizione di Bellunum riveduta e corretta ...218
Méa, C., Le salariarius: un contractuel de l’armée romaine ... 207
Moed, F., A Remarkable Roman Tile-Stamp of the Cohort XV voluntariorum from Köln (Cologne, Germany) ... 214
Moore, D. W., A Note on CIL VI.1585a–b and the Role of Adrastus, procurator of the Column
of Marcus Aurelius ... 221
Pleket, H. W., An Agonistic Inscription from Sardis ... 102 
Salmenkivi, E., Abusir el-Meleq in den griechischen Urkunden ... 156
Sánchez Natalías, C., Fistus difloiscat languat ... Re-Reading of defixio Bologna 2 ... 140
Simón Cornago, I., La primera inscripción ibérica sobre una gema (La Guardia de Alcorisa, Teruel España) ... 303
Stylow, A. U., Stumm wie ein Frosch ohne Zunge! Eine neue Fluchtafel aus Celti (Peñaflor, Prov. Sevilla) ... 149
Valente, S., A Greek–Latin Fragment of the ‘erweiterte Synagoge’ in ms. Arund. 9 F. 55r ... 54
Veksina, M., Zur Datierung der neuen Weihinschrift aus dem Oxos-Tempel ... 108
Velaza, J., Dos nuevas aras votivas procedentes de Muzqui (Navarra) ... 260
Ward, W. D., ‘In the Province Recently Called Palestine Salutaris’: Provincial Changes in Palestine and Arabia in the Late Third and Fourth Centuries C.E. ... 289
Weiß, P., Auxiliardiplome für die dakischen Provinzen, Pannonia superior und eine provincia inermis ... 183

PN Search Updates



Digital Papyrology 

 Dear Colleagues: We write with recent updates to the PN.

 (1) Search facets now feature auto-complete combo-boxes instead of simple drop-down menus. So, let’s say you search for #οικονομ (strings that start with οικονομ); 913 hits. You are really just interested in the Hermopolite and so you click into the ‘Nome’ facet. As you start to type ‘he’ you see your options shrinking...1 Heliopolite, 1 Heptakomias, 80 Herakleopolite, and 24 Hermopolite. Select Hermopolite and see your 24 hits. The same sort of thing should work with the other facets as well.

 (2) APIS Collection and Publication Series facets now play nicely together. Let’s say you remember that a Berkeley papyrus was published in P.Coll.Youtie, but you cannot remember which and you do not have the book to hand. Select Berkeley from the ‘Collection’ facet; 4316 hits. Select ‘DDBDP: p.coll.youtie (2)’ from the facet box, or else start to type, p.coll; 2 hits. Find P.Coll.Youtie 12.

 (3) Improved indexing of regularizations. Let’s say you are interested in documents whose first word after the greeting χαίρειν is βούλομαι vel sim. You search for "χαιρειν# #βουλ" (with the quotes; a string equal to or ending in χαιρειν followed immediately by a new-word string starting βουλ); 11 hits. But you will miss Chrest.Wilck. 323, since lin.7-8 read χέρειν(*). βουλό|μεθα. Why? Because χαίρειν is in this case not, strictly speaking, adjacent to βουλ; χερειν is. This is an important fact to master. In this particular case, it means that, knowing that χαίρειν is often rendered as χέρειν, you must search carefully. You can either (a) enter search query "χαιρειν# #βουλ", then click OR and in the new search box enter "χερειν# #βουλ"; 12 hits or (b) search for REGEX χ(αι|ε)ρειν\sβουλ; 12 hits. The regular expression for ‘αι or ε’ is (αι|ε) and the regular expression for space is \s. Note that under both of these searches PN *finds* Chrest.Wilck. 323 but does not properly *highlight* the query for that text. This is a known bug; we are working on it.

 (4) We now support abbreviation-aware searching. Say you are looking for abbreviations beginning πρ. Search for #πρ° (enter πρ and then click the abbr button; ° indicates opening parenthesis); 862 hits. NOTE: this new feature has some known bugs: (a) highlighting: if you search for #πρ° in your first hit you will see highlighting on both Πρ(ώτων), which you expect, and on Πρώτων, which you do not. We are working on it. (b) highlighting: if you search for τιθ° you will see that in your 6th hit (BGU 9.1891) none of the highlighted hits is τιθ( , which is what you expect to see. But if you click to view the text, you will see (lin.169, 194, 220 etc.) Τιθ(οείους), which is what you expect to see. This isn’t very helpful; you want the right hit on the search results page. We are working on it. (c) false positives: if you search for αρ° you will find in your second hit (BGU 1.4) that none of the highlighted hits includes αρ( , which is what you expect to find. And (ἑκατοντάρ)χ(ῃ) and χ(ιλιά)ρ(χῃ) (both in lin.1) even seem misleading: in neither case is αρ on the papyrus at all. We are working on it; this particular fix may even be live by Monday, and in any case quite soon. (d) XML error bug: if you search for °ετους, expecting many many many hits, you find only ten! There is a bug in the search, whose fix will be in soon (along with (c) above); but there are also odd bugs in the XML, which we’ll fix.

 As always, if you have questions, please feel free to contact us. Generally best to write to ast@uni-heidelberg.de, hugh.cayless@nyu.edu, james.cowey@urz.uni-heidelberg.de, and joshua.sosin@duke.edu. Or just write the papy-list. All best, josh sosin

27th International Congress of Papyrology,Warsaw: 2nd Circular


Dear Colleagues,
This is the Second Circular of the 27th International Congress of Papyrology, to be held at the University of Warsaw, Poland, between 29 July and 3 August 2013. The First Circular has met with a great interest of the papyrological community and we have received numerous queries concerning the organisational details. This Second Circular aims to answer at least some of them.


Registration and Fee
Please be informed that the online registration has already begun. The registration
form is available at the Congress website (www.papyrocongress2013.wpia.uw.edu.pl/ registration.htm).
We would like to bring to your attention that thanks to the subvention of the
Ministry of Higher Education of the Republic of Poland the regular Congress fee has
been reduced from 230 to 200 euro. The other fees remain as announced in the First Circular.
We highly recommend that you pay the Congress fee before 29 July 2013, as
payments will be possible only exceptionally during the Congress itself. Please note
that all transactions must be made either with a credit card through the Dotpay service (the link to the payment form is generated automatically during the registration and sent in a separate e-mail), or via a bank transfer.
Details of the bank account are as follows:
Owner of the account: Fundacja im. Rafala Taubenschlaga
Account number: PL 37 1090 1883 0000 0001 0772 6939 S.W.I.F.T.: WBKPPLPP Description of the money transfer: Name of the Participant, Congress Fee
The bank fee must be borne by the sender.

No cash transactions are possible.


The Programme
As we have already stated in the First Circular, six general sessions have been
planned for all days of the Congress (one will have two sessions). Each day will start with a general meeting, which will aim at popularisation of the most interesting recent research problems in each of the specialised fields of our discipline. The key speakers will address the public with their personal view on the most important developments in the studies they represent.


 The following scholars have generously accepted our invitation:
  • Willy Clarysse, Sandra Lippert, Dorothy Thompson: Ptolemaic Egypt
  • Dominic Rathbone, Andrea Jördens: Roman Egypt
  • Jean-Luc Fournet, Bernhard Palme, Ewa Wipszycka: Late-Antique/Byzantine Egypt
  • Federico Morelli, Petra Sijpesteijn, Jacques van der Vliet: Coptic and Arab Egypt
  • José Luis Alonso, Józef Mélèze Modrzejewski, Tonio Sebastian Richter: Juristic Papyrology
  • Guiliermo Cavallo, Dirk Obbink, Jerzy Danielewicz, Peter van Minnen: Literary Papyri

  • Accommodation
    The organizers have booked rooms and negotiated special rates for Congress participants in several hotels, ranging from exclusive to tourist class, in the vicinity of the University of Warsaw. Information, links and registration forms are available on the Congress website. The participants are encouraged to book early in order to be sure of getting the accommodation of their choice as the number of pre-booked rooms is limited.

  • Social Events
    One of the social events we plan to organise will be an exhibition of photographs
    illustrating the history of the papyrological community and its Congresses. We would be more than grateful if you could send us copies of any photographs that may be relevant. The annotated images should be sent to the Congress Secretary, Dr Maria Nowak.

  • Excursions
    We have envisaged two post-Congress excursions. Both will start on Saturday, 3 August, afternoon, after the general assembly:
  • Cracow and vicinity. The guests will be brought back to Warsaw in the evening of 4.08.2012. Approximate cost: 150 euro.
  • Toruń – Gdańsk/Danzig and vicinity. The guests will be brought back to Warsaw in the evening of 5.08.2012. Approximate cost: 200 euro.
    The detailed program of the excursions will be published on the Congress website in September 2012. 

The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 40 (2010) Dedicated to Józef Mélèze Modrzejewski




CONTENTS: From the Editors – 7 


José Luis Alonso
, The Bibliotheke Enkteseon and the Alienation of Real Securities in RomanEgypt – 11 


Serena Ammirati, 
Per una storia del libro latino antico. Osservazioni paleografiche,
bibliologiche e codicologiche sui manoscritti latini di argomento legale
dalle origini alla tarda antichità – 55 


Pierangelo Buongiorno, 
Das „verleumderische“ Negotium. Geschichte einer Ergänzung
von BGU ii 611 – 111 


Andrea Jördens,
 Ein Neurömer aus Alexandria – 135 


Adam Łajtar
, From Egypt to Palestine: Two Notes on Published Texts –145 


Andrzej Mirończuk, 
P. Oslo inv . 1487: a Herodotean Papyrus Re-edited – 153 


Maria Nowak
,Titius Heres Esto. The Role of the Legal Practice in the Law-Creation
in Late Antiquity – 161 


Tonio Sebastian Richter & Georg Schmelz, Der spätkoptische Arbeitsvertrag. P . Heid. inv . kopt . 541 – 185 


Chris Rodriguez, Pour une relecture du SB xxii 15203 – 205 


Jakub Urbanik, 
P. Cairo Masp. i 67120 recto and the Liability for Latent Defects
in the Late Antique Slave Sales. Or Back to Epaphe – 219


 Ewa Wipszycka, 
Books, Literacy and Christian Communities, or How to Make
Papyrological Data Legible? On Two Recent Books by Roger S. Bagnall – 249 


Uri Yiftach-Firanko, 
P. Col. Inv. 131 Recto: a Loan Contract with Paramone Provision
from Mid-first-century ce Theadelphia – 267