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7 Fragments d'Exercices en Rhetorique conserves sur papyrus, ib. pp. 243-248.
s A New Humane Papyrus, in Journal of Philology, xxvi. 25-59 (1898).
0 The Ayer Papyrus, a mathematical fragment, in American Journal of Philolojy
six. 25-39 (1898). With facsimile.

10 Greek Inscriptions from Egypt, in Classical Review, xii. 274-282 (1898).

11 On New Papyrus-fragments from the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford, in

Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy, xxvi. part vi. (1898). With two

12 Documents Ptolimaiques, in Bulletin de Correspondance Hellenique, xxi. 141-147,

184-208 (1897).

13 Avillius Flaccus, prefet d'Egypte, et Pliilon d'Alexandrie,m Revue de Philologie

xxii. 18-27 (1898).

11 Iter Kalendar im Ptolemiierreich, in Rlieinisches Museum fur Philologie, N. F.
liii. 399-431 (1897).

15 Das tyndfiiov ds ITToAe/wnoy tmd die Zeitgeschichte, ib. 460-476.

16 Zur Berliner Papyruspublication II., in Hermes, xxxii. 629-659 (1897).

17 Ein Schreiben des Triumvirn Marcus Anionius an den Landtag Asiens, ib.


18 TJeber ein Schreiben des Marcus Antonius,ia Philologus, lvii. 422-427 (1898).

19 Praefecli Aegypti, in Hermes, xxxii. 663-667 (1897).

20 Roemisehes aus Aegypten und Arabien, ib. 482-490, and Nochmals Praefecti

Aegypti, ib. xxxiii. 262-275 (1898).

21 Ibidem, xxxii. 482-490.

22 'Attoo-tuXiov, in Mittheilungen des kais. dentsch. arch. Institute, romische

Abtheilung, xii. 75-81 (1897).

23 Zur iigyptischen Religion in griechisch-romischen Zeit, in Zcitschrift fur iigyptische

Sprache, xxxv. 100, 101 (1897).

24 Griechische Papyri, in Centralblatt fur Bibliothekswesen, xiv. 1, 201, 263, 337,

389, 473 (1897).

25 Die griechische Fapyrusurkunden (Berlin, 1897).


1. Biblical. The Bohairic Psalter has once again been republished, this
time at the expense of the patriarch, by Prof. Labib and the Bishop of
Siut.1 The text is printed from a text prepared some time since by the
hegumenos El-Mas'udi. The edition is designed for Church use, and
therefore, like that of Tuki, includes the Odes—here 23 in all, while Tuki
gave but 15, properly so called (v. Hyvernat, Etude sur les Versions).
The present collection gives, after the 3rd of Isaiah, Lam. v. 16—22
Bar. ii. 11—15, I. Kl xviii. 36—39, I. Chron. xxix. 10—13, I. Ki.'
viii. 22—30, and after the Song of Simeon, the whole of Susanna. The
Arabic version, of course, accompanies the Coptic.

In this connexion it may be mentioned that Dr. Budge's edition of the
Sa'idic Psalter, according to the splendid British Museum MS. Or. 5000