Egypt Exploration Fund   [Hrsg.]
Archaeological report: comprising the work of the Egypt Exploration Fund and the progress of egyptology during the year ... — 1903-1904

Seite: 72
DOI Artikel: 10.11588/diglit.12053.7
DOI Seite: 10.11588/diglit.12053#0088
Zitierlink: i
http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/archaeological_report1903_1904/0088
Lizenz: Creative Commons - Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen
facsimile
72

Pbogkess or Egyptology.

P.S.—Recently received publications include two small literary texts
published by Prof. Nicole. One is a 5th century vellum scrap of Genesis,57
containing ch. xxxvii. 3, 4, 9, with several readings markedly different
from those of the LXX. It does not agree with what we know of the
versions of Aquila and Symmachus in this passage; but unfortunately
Theodotion's, which is a more likely alternative, is not here extant. The
other, also on vellum, has the beginnings or endings of sixteen lines of
elegiac verse on either side of one fragment, and a few letters on another,
with marginal scholia.38 Prof. Nicole has succeeded in identifying it as a
portion of the Alria of Callimachus, dealing with the episode of the visit
of the Argonauts to Phaeacia, and extracts even from these scanty remains
some indications of the manner in which Callimachus' treatment of the
subject differed from that of Apollonius. Two books which promise to
be of considerable importance for Ptolemaic history, Bouche-Leclercq's
Ristoire des Lagides and Svoronos' Corpus of Ptolemaic coins, I have
not yet been able to see.

F. G. Kenyon.

BIBLIOGRAPHY.

1 Oxyrhynchus Papyri, vol. iii. (1903); vol. iv. (1904).

2 Neiv Sayings of Jesus (Oxford, 1904).

3 Didymos, Kommentar zu Demosthenes, nebst Wbrterbuch zu Demosthenes' Aristo-
kratea, bearbeitet von BT. Diels und W. Scbubart (Berliner Klassikertexte, beft 1,
1904).

i Die Leip>ziyer Fraymente der Psahnen (Beitriige zur Geschichte und Frklarung des
Neuen Testamentes, heft 4, 1903).

5 Die Medeia des Neophron, in Archiv iii. 1.

6 Greek Ostraka in the British Museum, in Classical Review xviii. 2.

ca Alexandrian Hexameter Fragments, in Journ. of Hellenic Studies, xxiii. 237 (1903).

7 II papiro Jilosoflco del Museo Eyizio Vaticana, in Archiv iii. 151.

8 Fragment einer medizinischen Schrift, ib. 158.

9 A Medical Papyrus Fragment, in American Journal of Philoloyy xxiv. No. 3.

10 Atene e Roma., vii. 178.
m Ibid., p. 32.

12 Fin neuer juristischer Papyrus der Heidelberger Universitiitsbibliothek (1903).

12* Zwei neue Bruchstiicke aus Ulpians Disputationen, in Sitzunysber. d. Berl. Akad.,
1903, pp. 922, 1034 ; and Neue Ulpianfraymente, ib., 1904, p. 1156.

13 Greek Papyri (Gataloyue general des Antiquitc's Hgyptiennes du Musee de Caire,
vol. x. 1903).

14 Das angebliche Evanyelien-Frayment von Kairo, in Archiv fur Religionswissensulutft
bd. vii. (1904).

15 Aeyyptische Urkunden in den kgl. Museen zu Berlin : Griechische Urkunden iii.
pt. 11, iv. pt. 1.

16 Archiv fur Papyrusforschuny, vol. iii. pts. 1 and 2.

17 Papyrus Cattaoui, in Archiv iii. 55.
;3 Zum Drusilla-Prozess, ib. 247.
loading ...