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Archaeological report: comprising the work of the Egypt Exploration Fund and the progress of egyptology during the year ... — 1911-1912

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Geaeco-Eoman Egypt.


the Bologna Academy, with an article32 on Oxyrhynchus Pap. 1039, an
acknowledgment of a deposit of a sum of money, to be repaid to the
bearer of the acknowledgment (which thus became a negotiable

The study of papyrus palaeography is provided for by several of the
publications above mentioned, which contain facsimiles. In addition, the
latest part of the New Palaeographical Society's facsimiles33 includes three
plates of papyri recently acquired by the British Museum: one an official
document of some date between a.d. 91 and 96; the second, a group of
documents of a.d. 182, relating to a suit at law; and the third, a post-
Byzantine papyrus of a.d. 647 (probably), containing the settlement of a
controversy regarding an inheritance.

And so the year's chronicle closes, still awaiting the revelation which is
to come from Saxony.

F. G. Kenyon.


1 The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, part ix, edited by A. S. Hunt (Oxford, 1912).

2 Tragicnrum Graecorum Fragmenta Papyracea (Oxford, 1912).

3 Papiri greet e latini, vol. i (Firenze, 1912).

4 Neucs von Kallimachos, in Sitzungsberichte d. kgl. preuss. Akad. d. Wissen-
schaften, 1912, p. 524.

6 XdprjTOi Tvasfiai, in Sitzungsberichte d. Heidelberger Akademie, 1912, Abh. 13.

0 Papyrus du Fayoum, in Bulletin de la Societe Archeologique d'Alexandrie,
no. 14 (1912).

7 Die Medea-Fragmente des britischen Museum, in Philologus, lxx, 4 (1911).

s Catalogue general des Antiquites Egyptiennes du Musee de Caire: no. 43227,
Papyrus de Menandre (1911).

:i See Korte in Hermes, xlvii, 276 ; Leeuwen, Mnemosyne, xl. 129.

10 Tiber Eupolis Demen und Aristophanes Bitter, in Nachrichten d. kgl. Gesell-
schaft d. Wiss. zu Gbttingen, 1912, p. 237.

11 Voluminum codicumque fragmenta Graeca cum amuleto Christiano (Leipzig,

12 Papyrus grecs, publics sous la direction de P. Jouguet, tome ii, fase. 2, 3, 4
(Paris, 1912).

13 Papyrus Magdola 38 + 6, in Philologus, lxxi, 2 (1912).

14 Papyrus grecs d'e'poque byzantine, tome i, faso. 2 ; tome ii, fase. 1, 2.

15 Aegyptische Urkunden aus den kgl. Museen zu Berlin: Griechische Urlcunden,
iv, pts. 11, 12.

1C Griechische Papyri im Museum . . . zu Giessen, vol. i, pt. 3 (1912).
n Griechische Papyrus d. kais. Universitdts- und Landesbibliothek zu Strassburg
vol. i, pt. 3 (1912).

18 Griechische Papyrusurkunden dcr Hamburger Stadtbibliothek, vol. i, pt. 1
(Leipzig, 1911).
151 Drei neue griechische Papyri, in Philologus.
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