JJP 43 (2013)

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Contents:

  • From the Editors, 7

I. PTOLEMAIC EGYPT

  • Dorothy J. Thompson – A historian among the papyri, 17
  • Sandra L. Lippert – What’s new in Demotic studies? An overview of the publications 2010–2013, 33

II. ROMAN EGYPT

  • Andrea Jördens – Roms Herrschaft über Ägypten, 51
  • Dominic Rathbone – The romanity of Roman Egypt: A faltering consensus?, 73

III. LATE ROMAN AND EARLY ARAB EGYPT

  • Bernhard Palme – Staat und Gesellschaft des spätantiken Ägypten im Spiegel der Papyri, 95
  • Jean-Luc Fournet – Culture grecque et document dans l’Égypte de l’Antiquité tardive, 135
  • Federico Morelli – Egitto arabo, papiri e papirologia greci, 163
  • Jacques van der Vliet – Coptic documentary papyri after the Arab conquest, 187
  • Lucian Reinfandt – Arabic papyrology and early Islamic Egypt, 209

IV. LITERARY PAPYROLOGY AND HERCULANUM

  • Peter van Minnen – From Posidippus to Palladas: what have literary papyri done for us?, 243
  • Jerzy Danielewicz – Early Greek lyric and Hellenistic epigram: New evidence from recently published papyri, 263
  • Guglielmo Cavallo – La papirologia letteraria tra bibliologia e paleografia: un consuntivo del passato e uno sguardo verso il futuro, 277
  • Francesca Longo Auricchio – Sugli sviluppi recenti della papirologia ercolanese, 313

V. JURISTIC PAPYROLOGY

  • Józef Mélèze Modrzejewski – Modèles classiques des lois ptolémaïques, 333
  • José Luis Alonso – The Status of peregrine law in Roman Egypt: ‘Customary law’ and legal pluralism in the Roman Empire, 351
  • Tonio Sebastian Richter – Coptic papyri and juristic papyrology, 405
  • Abstracts and keywords, 433

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