aud the succession of its abbots; and he also translates passages from
the unpublished papyrus No. 78 of the British Museum. The second
publication is that by M. Loret" of a fragment of a similar testament,
remarkable as being dated in the 24th year of Constans II. (i.e. a.d. 665)
aud also as bearing an unusually length}' Greek protocol, before the
Nothing further has been published relative to the " Faiyum Papyri,"
the new edition of the Rainer " Guide" being, as regards the Coptic
section, merely a reprint of the earlier catalogue.
W. E. Chum.
I Trans. Soc. BibL Arch., ix. 405.
3 Mem. della R. Accad. di Torino, Ser. ii., T. xliii.
;l Introduction to the Criticism of the X. T., 4th ed., vol. ii., oh. iv.
4 Of. Carl Schmidt in Theolog. Literaturz., 1893, p. 567.
5 Saint Michael the Archangel, London, 1894. 6 Trans. Soc. Bibl. Arch, ix., 355.
7 Ann. du Miuee Guimet, T. 25, Paris, 1894. 8 Vide note 2 supra.
Koptische Grrammatik (Porta Linguarum), Berlin, 1894.
1(1 Proc. B. Irish Acad., 3rd ser., vol. iii., p. 21, and ib., p. 225.
II Catalogue of Greek Papyri in the Brit. Museum, pll. 73, 74.
11 La Geographic de l'Egypte a Fepoque copte, Paris 1893.
13 En Thebansk Klosterforstandera Testament*. (L know this only as a "tirage-a-
part," kindly sent by the author, and do not know from what journal it is extracted.)
14 Bee. de Travaux, &c, xvi. 103.