ZPE 189 (2014)
Agut-Labordère, D. – Gorre, G. – Kossmann, P., Un ostracon démotique et deux ostraca grecs du Muséum d’histoire naturelle de Lyon … 205
Alexandru, St., Some Textual Difﬁculties of Galen’s Treatise De praecognitione in the New Light of Codex Thessalonicensis Vlatadon 14 … 91
Aliquot, J. – Shdaifat, Y. – Weber, Th. M., New Byzantine Inscribed Tombstones from the Land of Moab … 149
Backhuys, Th., Amtliche Mitteilung an Komanos … 199
Boatwright, M. T., Agrippa’s Building Inscriptions … 255
Bonnechere, P., «Gouverner en toute sécurité». L’oracle de Dodone et l’Athenaiôn politeia, 43, 4 … 83
Burris, S. – Fish, J., Sappho 16.13–14 and a Marginal Annotation...
Tyche Band 28 (2013)
Hrsg. Thomas Corsten | Fritz Mitthof | Bernhard Palme | Hans Taeuber
Tyche Band 28 (2013)
368 Seiten mit 18 Tafeln | 24 x 17 cm | Softcover | EUR 95,-- | ISBN: 978-3-902976-09-3 | ISSN: 1010-9161 | Erscheinungsdatum: 1.3.2014
Franziska BEUTLER, Gabrielle KREMER, Domo Iudaeus – Zwei neue Grabinschriften aus Carnuntum
Lincoln H. BLUMELL, Mostafa F. HEMIEDA, The Curious Case of Kom Aushim Inv. no. 45: The Rediscovery of a Fragment from a Lost Inscription?
Dan DANA, Radu ZAGREANU, Deux dédicaces latines inédites de...
Emergency Red List of Egyptian Cultural Objects at Risk
Careful examination of this list will show it does not include Roman period mummy cartonnage made from papyrus, as Douglas Boin falsely claimed in the NYT:
"Items to look out for? Mummies, mummy casings, and papyrus fragments."
Although mummies were looted at al-Hibeh, from previous reports.
D. Boin, Papyrus, Provenance and Looting (NYT op-ed.)
"Last year, Dirk Obbink, an Oxford University papyrologist, received a call from a private collector who possessed a piece of papyrus, extracted from an Egyptian mummy casing, which had writing on it. Examining the markings, Mr. Obbink determined they were lines from two previously unknown poems by Sappho, the ancient Greek poem. The find, announced in January in The Guardian, caused a sensation. It made the rounds in newspapers and blogs; classics buffs published translations on Facebook." Article here:The author's blog. He seems to have little previous knowledge of papyri or papyrology.