JJP 45 (2015)

50,00  inc. VAT

Available on backorder

  • Hard cover
  • 328 pages

Available on backorder




  • Abstracts and keywords, vii
  • From the Editors, xv
  • Constantinos Balamoshev- P. Iand. inv. 398: A fragmentary Ptolemaic prosangelma, 1
  • Anne Boud’hors- Réclamation pour le paiement de coupons de papyrus: Le témoignage d’une lettre copte, 9
  • Andrew Connor- Royal temple land? Temple land management strategies in the Ptolemaic Fayum, 25
  • Johannes Diethart- Die mutterlosen weinenden Kinder: zu Adam Łajtar in Journal of Juristic Papyrology 37 (2007), 41
  • Nico Dogaer- Greek names with the ending -ιανος/-ianus in Roman Egypt, 45
  • Christel Freu- Vignes d’Égypte: Extension et exploitation des vignobles sous l’Empire romain. Retour sur les contrats de μίσθωσις τῶν ἔργων, 65
  • Fritz Mitthof & Amphilochios Papathomas- Ein Sklavenkauf aus der Zeit des Decius in Form der Synchoresis, 93
  • Paweł Nowakowski- The so-called Anatolian saints in Egypt. The Egyptian and Anatolian patterns of selective transmission of cult, 121
  • Johannes Platschek- Nochmals zur Petition der Dionysia (P . Oxy. II 237), 145
  • Markus Resel- Z ahlungsanweisungen für W eizen aus dem Tempel des Soknobkonneus in Bakchias. Das Archiv des Sitologen Akousilaos, 165
  • Patrick Sänger- M ilitary immigration and the emergence of cul tural or ethnic identities: The case of Ptolemaic Egypt, 229
  • Joanne Vera Stolk- Scribal and phraseological variation in legal formulas: ὑπάρχω + dative or genitive pronoun, 255
  • Uri Yiftach- From Arsinoe and Alexandria and beyond: Taxation and information in early Roman Egypt . A discussion of P. Bagnall 70, 291
Go to Top