Cover

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Title Page, Copyright

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Contents

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Abbreviations and Primary Texts

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pp. xv-xvii

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Introduction: Institutional History from Egypt to Partial Publication

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pp. 1-8

The discipline of papyrology, where archaeology and philology jostle each other for attention, has had perhaps more than its share of serendipity. It offers an unparalleled source of new texts outside the main manuscript traditions for the literary scholars of Greco-Roman antiquity to analyze...

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Part 1. A List of Lyric and Tragic Incipits: P.Mich. inv. 3498+3250b recto, 3250a and c recto

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pp. 9-35

The first of the rectos in this group to be edited, P.Mich. inv. 3498 recto, has had an unexpected series of effects on our readings of Greek lyric. It was published in 1973 by the late Reinhold Merkelbach as a “Verzeichnis von Gedichtanfangen.” As the title suggests, it contains an unusual list...

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Part 2. New Fragments of Euripidean Lyric: P.Mich. inv. 3498+3250b verso and P.Mich. inv. 3250c verso

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pp. 36-129

The complicated history of the fragments (as a set) has already been treated, so I here focus my attention on the specific case of the versos in question. P.Mich. inv. 3498 verso was originally published by Denys Page as a text in “lyrical verse” but has since been joined to the unpublished...

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Part 3. P.Mich. inv. 3250a verso

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pp. 130-146

P.Mich. 3250a verso is a problematic fragment for several reasons, chief among which are the poor condition of the papyrus (and so, accordingly, of its readings) and a curious paleographical peculiarity. Multispectral imaging has assisted greatly in ameliorating the former...

Bibliography

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pp. 147-152

Index Locorum

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pp. 153-165

General Index

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pp. 167-171

Image Plates

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pp. 173-180