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A

Tablet siglum in the collection of the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago.

ACT

Astronomical Cuneiform Texts. See Neugebauer 1955.

ADO

Demotic ostraca in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University.

AL

Augustinus-Lexikon. Basel. 1986–.

AnL

Riese, A. 1906. Anthologia Latina sive poesis latinae supplementum. Leipzig.

AnP

Beckby, H. 1957–1958. Anthologia Graeca. Munich.

AO

Antiquités orientales. A documentary service in the Department of Antiquities of the Louvre Museum, Paris.

BAM

Köcher, F.; R. D. Biggs; and M. Stol. 1963–. Die babylonisch-assyrische Medizin in Texten und Untersuchungen. 10 vols. Berlin.

BM

The British Museum. London.

BOR

Babylonian and Oriental Record. London. 1886–1901.

BRM

Clay, A. T. 1920–1923. Babylonian Records in the Library of J. Pierpont Morgan. 4 vols. New Haven.

CCAG

Catalogus Codicum Astrologorum Graecorum. 1898–1953. 12 vols. Brussels.

CH

Corpus Hermeticum. See Ramelli 2014.

CH 1.

Poimandres. See Reitzenstein 1904.

CIL

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum. Berlin. 1862–.

CodBGn

Codex Berolinensis Gnosticus. Berlin Museum.

CodIust.

Codex Iustinianus. Berlin.

CodLBPG

Codex Leidensis Bibliothecae Publicae Graecus. See CCAG 9.2.176–178.

CodTh.

Codex Theodosianus. Berlin.

CodVat.

Codex Vaticanus. Bibliotheca Apostolica Vaticana. Rome.

CT

Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets in the British Museum. London.

DC

The Drower Collection. Lady E. S. Drower’s collection of Mandaic manuscripts, which is now housed in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.

DPS

Diagnostic-Prognostic Series. See Heeßel 2000.

GS

Goh, M. and C. Schroeder. 2015. The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek by Franco Montanari. Leiden/Boston.

HAMA

A History of Ancient Mathematical Astronomy. See Neugebauer 1975.

Hist. Aug.

Historia Augusta. See Hohl 1965.

HSM

Harvard Semitic Museum. Cambridge, MA.

ILS

Dessau, H. 1892–1916. Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae. 3 vols. Berlin.

JdE

Journal d’Entrée. The series for acquisitions by the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

KB

Keilschrifturkunden aus Boghazköi. 1921–. Berlin.

LSJ

Liddell, H. G.; R. Scott; and H. S. Jones. 1996. 9th edn. A Greek-English Lexicon. Oxford.

MLC

Morgan Library Collection. A siglum of the Yale Babylonian Collection, New Haven.

NHC

Nag Hammadi Codices

NHC 2.1

Apocryphon of John. See CodBGn 5802.2; Waldstein and Wisse 1995.

NHC 2.5

On the Origin of the World. See Layton 1989.

NHC 3.2

Gospel of the Egyptians. See Böhlig and Wisse 1975.

NHC 6.6

Discourse on the Eighth and Ninth. See Meyer 2007.

NHC 6.7

The Prayer of Thanksgiving. See Meyer 2007.

NHC 6.8

Asclepius 21–29. See Meyer 2007.

NHC 7.1

Paraphrase of Shem. See Böhlig and Wisse 1975.

NHC 9.3

Testimony of Truth. See Giversen and Pearson 1977.

NHC 13.1

Trimorphic Protennoia. See Turner 1990.1

NP

Cancik, H. and H. Schneider. Der Neue Pauly. Stuttgart.

NT

Field numbers of tablets excavated at Nippur by the Oriental Institute and other institutions. For 11NT4, see Civil 1974.

OCD

Hornblower, S. and A. Spawforth. 1996. The Oxford Classical Dictionary. 3rd rev. edn. Oxford.

ODem.

Record of Demotic ostraca acquired by the Ashmolean Museum.

ODN

Demotic ostraca from Narmouthis (Medinet Madi). See Bresciani, Pernigotti, and Betrò 1983 for ODN 1.1–33; Gallo 1997 for ODN 2.34–99; Menchetti 2005b for ODN 3.100–188.

OGlasD

Ostraca held in the Hunterian Museum D, Glascow.

OḤor

Ostracon Ḥor. See Ray 1976.

OMM

Ostraca Medinet Madi. An inventory series for ostraca from Medinet Madi (Narmouthis).

PatL.

Patrologiae cursus completus. Series Graeca. J. P. Migne ed. 1857–1866.

PatG.

Patrologiae cursus completus. Series Latina. J. P. Migne ed. 1844–1864.

PBer.

Berlin Papyri. Berlin.

PCair.

Papyri in the Cairo Museum. For PCair. inv. 31222, see Hughes 1951.

PCarls.

See Neugebauer and Parker 1960–1969, 3.240–241 and pl. 79B.

PDM

Papyrus Demoticae Magicae.

PGM

Preisendanz, K. et alii. 1973–1974. Papyri Graecae Magicae. 2 vols. Stuttgart.

PHerc.

Papyri Herculanensi. For PHerc. 1018, see Dorandi 1994.

PHib.

The Hibeh Papyri. 2 vols. London. 1906–1955.

PIR

Groag, E.; A. Stein; and L. Petersen. 1933. Prosopographia Imperii Romani saeculi I. II. III. Pars I (A–B). 2nd edn. Berlin/Leipzig.

PKell.

Papyri from Kellis. Oxford.

PLond.

Greek Papyri in the British Museum. 7 vols. London.

PLou.

Papyrus du Louvre. For PLou. 3129, see Schott 1929.

PLRE

Jones, A. H. M.; J. R. Martindale; and J. Morris. 1971–1992. The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire. 3 vols. Cambridge, UK.

PMich.

Papyri in the University of Michigan Collection. Ann Arbor.

POAstr.

The paypyri from Oxyrhynchus published in Jones 1999a.

POxy.

The Oxyrhynchus Papyri. London. 1898–.

PPar.

Notices et textes des papyrus du Musée du Louvre…. Paris.

PPrinc.

Papyri in the Princeton University Collections. 3 vols. Baltimore/Princeton.

PSI

Vitelli, G.; M. Norsa; et alii. 1912–. Pubblicazioni della Societa Italiana per La ricerca dei papiri greci e latini in Egitto: Papiri Greci e Latini. Florence.

PWarr.

Warren, P.; M. David; B. A. van Groningen; and J. C. van Oven. The Warren Papyri (P. Warren). Leyden. 1941.

Q

Wise, M. O.; M. G. Abegg Jr; and E. M. Cook. 2005. The Dead Sea Scrolls. rev. edn. New York.

RE

Pauly, A.; G. Wissowa; and W. Kroll. 1894–. Real-Encyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft. Stuttgart.

STT

Gurney, O. R.; J. J. Finkelstein; and P. Hulin. 1957–1964. The Sultantepe Tablets. 2 vols. London/Ankara.

Suda

Bekker, I. 1854. Suidae Lexicon. Berlin. Repr. Athens. 2002.

TCL

Textes Cuneiforms du Louvre. 1910–1967.

TLG

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae: A Digital Library of Greek Literature. Online: http://stephanus.tlg.uci.edu.

TLL

Thesaurus Linguae Latinae. Online: https://www.degruyter.com/view/db/tll.

Tm

Trismegistos. An interdisciplinary portal of papyrological and epigraphical resources formerly from Egypt and the Nile valley (800 bce – 800 ce), now expanding to the ancient world in general. Online: http://www.trismegistos.org.

UlpMos.

Ulpiani mosaicarum et romanorum legum collatio. See Lenel 1889.

UM

Tablet siglum in the collection of the University Museum. Philadelphia.

VAS

Vorderasiatische Schriftdenkmäler der Königlichen Museen zu Berlin.

VAT

Vorderasiatische Abteilung. Tontafeln. Vorderasiatisches Museum. Berlin.

1

For a synopsis of NHC 2.1, 3.1, and 4.1 with CodBGn 5802.2, see Waldstein and Wisse 1995.