The Writing Tablets and Papyrus from Tomb II in Daphni

in Greek and Roman Musical Studies
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Abstract

The author describes the fragmentary writing tablets and papyrus remnants discovered in one of the Daphni tombs in 1981, dating from 430/420 bce. He offers transcriptions of the legible portions and assesses their possible literary significance.

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  • BassG.F.PulakC.CollonD.WeinsteinJ. The Bronze Age Shipwreck at Ulu Burun: 1986 Campaign AJA 1989 93 1 29

  • PöhlmannE.WestM. The Oldest Greek Papyrus and Writing Tablets. Fifth-Century Documents from the “Tomb of the Musician” in Attica ZPE 2012 180 1 16

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  • ThreatteL. The Grammar of Attic Inscriptions 1980 I Berlin/New York

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    See Threatte 198026-49.

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