2 edition of Documentary papyri from the Michigan collection. found in the catalog.
Documentary papyri from the Michigan collection.
Gerald Michael Browne
by [Published for the American Society of Papyrologists by] A.M. Hakkert in Toronto
Written in English
|Series||American studies in papyrology -- v. 6|
|Contributions||Michigan. University. Library. MSS|
|LC Classifications||Z6604 B76|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||98|
Gerald Michael Browne has written: 'Documentary papyri from the Michigan collection' -- subject(s): Manuscripts (Papyri), History, Bibliography, Sources Asked in . New Literary Papyri from the Michigan Collection: Mythographic Lyric and a Catalogue of Poetic First Lines presents three such new texts: an innovative lyric poem on the Trojan cycle, a scholarly anthology of lyric verses, and a brief but enigmatic third text.
University of Michigan Papyrus Collection Home Page. Duke University. Duke papyrus homepage (with links to images) The Duke Data Bank of Documentary Papyri Homepage; The Duke Data Bank of Documentary Papyri via Perseus; Telnet to the Duke University Library with catalogued papyri (Directions available for accessing papyri records.). Papyri. Studying Papyri; Papyrus Collection; Studying Papyri. The University of Michigan has long been known for its collection of Greek papyri from Egypt, which was acquired in the s and is the largest in North America. Advanced training in reading and studying papyri is one of the leading strengths of the Department of Classical Studies; the necessary skills in reading .
The University of Michigan Papyrus Collection; The Yale Papyrus Collection; POxy The Oxyrhynchus Papyrus Project: a work-in-progress catalog and image collection of papyri from the Egyptian site of Oxyrhynchus. Approximately of an eventual + items are available for viewing. The Carlsberg Papyri Collection. Preview. The University of Michigan papyrus collection is the largest in the US. As the collection approaches the centennial anniversary of its inception, a welcome introduction to its history, research, and influence has been provided in Discarded, Discovered, Collected by Arthur Verhoogt, professor of Papyrology and Greek at the University of Michigan.
Effect of mental imagery of a motor task on the Hoffmann reflex
New Interchange Workbook 2A
defense of the legislature of Massachusetts, or The rights of Newengland vindicated.
A zoo in my luggage
Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of Paul
Readings in the crude oil windfall profit tax
Sketch of American finances, 1789-1835.
Pocket Sports Guide 1995
13 and a day
Message of the President of the United States, to both houses of Congress, May 4th, 1798.
Hungary in ancient, mediæval, and modern times
essay on the application of natural history to poetry
Centenary prayer book.
Documentary Papyri From The Michigan Collection Hardcover – by Gerlad M. Browne (Author)Author: Gerlad M. Browne. Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: University of Michigan. Documentary papyri from the Michigan collection. Toronto, A.M. Hakkert [for the American Society of Papyrologists] OCLC Number: Notes: Tit.
del dorso: Michigan papyri. Description: x, 98 p., VIII p. di tav.: 8 facs. ; 31 cm. Series Title: American studies in papyrology. URI: ?url_ver=Z&rft_val_fmt=info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:dissertation&res_dat=xri:pqm&rft_dat=xri:pqdissCited by: 2. A peek inside Michigan's extensive collection of papyri: BTN LiveBIG Book Club John Tolley, August 1, Imagine yourself as a University of Michigan student in the early 20 th century.
The documentary papyri and private letters in the Collection throw light upon nearly all phases of public and private life in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt. From the Greek or Ptolemaic period there is a group of one hundred and twenty letters Documentary papyri from the Michigan collection.
book accounts, once part of the business records of a Greek immigrant to Egypt from Asia Minor, named Zenon. Discarded, Discovered, Collected provides an accessible introduction to the University of Michigan’s collection of papyri and related ancient materials, the widest and deepest resource of its kind in the Western hemisphere.
The collection was founded in the early part of the 20th century by University of Michigan Professor of Classics Francis W. Kelsey. The University of Michigan Library is home to the largest collection of ancient papyri in North America. The documents in the Papyrology Collection, which span roughly 2, years, contain not only important religious texts — including 60 pages of the oldest known copy of the Epistles of Paul — but also personal letters, school primers.
= University of Michigan Demotic Papyri, Papyri from Philadelphia, ed. C.F. Nims. Dissertation, University of Chicago Six documentary texts are edited. Six documentary texts are edited. There are notes on these texts at JEA 28 () 73— Support the future of.
has two primary components. The Papyrological Navigator (PN) supports searching, browsing, and aggregation of ancient papyrological documents and related materials; the Papyrological Editor (PE) enables multi-author, version controlled, peer reviewed scholarly curation of papyrological texts, translations, commentary.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN COLLECTION OF PAPYRI 39 Another significant literary papyrus contains a fragment of Dioscorides. It dates from the third century A. and contains part of the very long 76th chapter of Book IL The roll of which it formed a part was remarkable for the unusual length of its columns, there being 89 lines in one, 87 in.
New Literary Papyri from the Michigan Collection: Mythographic Lyric and a Catalogue of Poetic First Lines presents three such new texts: an innovative lyric poem on the Trojan cycle, a scholarly anthology of lyric verses, and a brief but enigmatic third text.
Cassandra Borges and C. Michael Sampson offer the original Greek text of these pieces Cited by: 3. A collection of editions of forty-four documentary papyri from the collection of Columbia University, this volume includes translations and commentary on each.
The texts illustrate a wide variety aspects of life and law in Roman Egypt. The Michigan Medical Codex (P. Mich. XVII ), by Louise C. Youtie. Atlanta Add Hardcover for "New Literary Papyri from the Michigan Collection" to Cart: Ebook: Greek Documentary Papyri from Egypt in the Berlin Aegyptisches Museum () Volume: 44 University of Michigan Press Greene Street Ann Arbor, MI A Papyrus from the Michigan Collection1 x cm.
1st half of II A.D. This papyrus preserves the left margin of lines of book 4 of the Odyssey. The original format was probably that of a scroll, as appears likely from the absence of writing on.
American Studies in Papyrology is a book series established in by the American Documentary Papyri from the Michigan Collection, ed. Gerald Michael Arbor, Michigan, 12–17 Augusted. D.H. Samuel. The Ptolemaic and Roman Idios Logos, by P.R. Swarney. Papyri from the Michigan Collection, ed. J.C. Shelton.
Toronto. “Papyrus was used from the fourth millennium BC to around AD. It lasted 4, years, until being phased out by parchment and paper. Papyrology, the study of handwritten texts on papyrus and other writing surfaces, is a specialized sub-discipline within Classical Studies.” “The University of Michigan’s Papyrology Collection was founded in.
The Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri ( vols.) is a collection of rare ancient manuscripts. These documents were written on various forms of writing material including papyri, ostraca, and wood tablets.
This collection is solely compiled of documentary papyri: personal letters, receipts, various political documents, and other correspondence.
The Duke Papyrus Archive provides electronic access to texts about and images of nearly papyri from ancient Egypt. The target audience includes: papyrologists, ancient historians, archaeologists, biblical scholars, classicists, Coptologists, Egyptologists, students of literature and religion and all others interested in ancient Egypt.
Discarded, Discovered, Collected: The University of Michigan Papyrus Collection (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ). I think the cover photo is perfect: these are some of the various boxes and containers (e.g., a Kodak film box!) in which the papyri were transported from across the Atlantic in the early twentieth century.
APIS (Advanced Papyrologyical Information System) at the University of Michigan is a “virtual library” that provides online access to our papyrological collection.
Users are able to view digital images and detailed catalog records containing information on papyrus characteristics, corrections to published papyri, and republications.The Papyrology Collection of the University of Michigan Library is an internationally respected collection of ancient papyrus and a center for research on ancient culture, language, and history.
With over 7, items and more t individual fragments, the Collection is by far the largest collection of papyrus in the country, and offers a glimpse into the everyday life .Of the literary papyri, most are texts of the Iliad (six).
Two are fragments of orators (Demosthenes In Aristocratem, and Isocrates Panegyricus, the latter being a reedition with a new fragment). Extensive fragments of a Byzantine papyrus codex of Scholia Minora to the Iliad (primarily book 5) make up the bulk of the sub-literary : Gregg William Schwendner.