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Pap D. 11 [papyrus fragment] Public Deposited

Pap D. 11, a papyrus fragment.See the descriptive list, available in the Manuscripts & Archives Research Library reading room, for further information on the Trinity College Dublin papyrus collection. ...

Abstract
  • Pap D. 11, a papyrus fragment.See the descriptive list, available in the Manuscripts & Archives Research Library reading room, for further information on the Trinity College Dublin papyrus collection. The finding aid includes a list of TCD papyrus numberings, and published editions. It also notes J.G. Smyly's transcriptions, with a list of some of their former TCD numberings and locations. The list is based on a series of catalogue cards written by Herbert W. Parke, librarian; later continued and annotated by William O'Sullivan, keeper of manuscripts, and by Dr. Willy Clarysse, a leading Belgian papyrologist.Pap D. 11 is described in the card catalogue as containing chrestomathy, [?AD] 2nd cent. P Oxy x.1241 cols 1-3; this is reproduced as figure 77 in [Peter Green, Alexander to Actium], p. 204 as a papyrus listing the earliest directors of the library in Alexandria: Zenodotus, Apollonius Rhodius, Eratosthenes, Aristophanes of Byzantium, Apollonius (the Classifier), Aristarchus; the chapter heading is 'The Zenith century 276-222 BC' but the rest of the bibliographical details are not certain, and the caption. Pack2 2069 (part).Illustrated in Corpus dei papiri filosofici greci e latini:testi e lessico nei papiri di cultura greca e latina parte IV.2, tavole I.1 e III, Accademia toscana di scienze e lettere 'La Colombaria', Unione Accademica Nazionale (Florence: Leo S Olschki editore, 2002), plate 163.Found in the Leuven Database of Ancient Books: id number 4636; Chrestomathy on famous men; dated about AD 100 - 199; found in Egypt - Oxyrynchos (Bahnasa); written in Alexandria; genres: prose, biography, mythology; quotations from Aristoteles.
Alternative title
  • Papyrus fragment: Pap D. 11
Creator
Date Created
  • circa 100
  • circa 199
Collection title
  • Papyrus Collection
Medium
  • black carbon ink
Support
  • papyri
Language
Culture
  • Egyptian
Subject
Genre
  • Papyri (manuscripts)
  • Manuscripts
Shelf Mark/Reference Number
  • Pap D. 11
Rights statement
  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
Last modified
  • 09/05/2020
Contributors
Source
  • 0147405
Digital Object Id
  • PAP-D-11_1
Sponsor
  • Conservation funded by the University of Dublin Fund.

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