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1. Greek and Roman clay lamps. A catalogue. With photographs by W.B. Robertson and others
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Mnemosyne Supplements has existed as a book series for about 60 years, providing a forum for the publication of now almost 400 scholarly works on all aspects of the Ancient World, including inscriptions, papyri, language, the history of material culture and mentality, the history of peoples and institutions, but also latterly the classical tradition, for example, neo-Latin literature and the history of Classical scholarship.

Works published include monographs, critical text editions, commentaries, critical bibliographies and collections of essays by various authors on closely defined themes.

A number of volumes of the Mnemosyne Supplements series are published within the subseries History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity and Late Antique Literature.

The series published an average of 11,5 volumes per year over the last 5 years.
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The Berichtigungsliste der Griechisen Papyruskunden aus Ägypten, compiled under the auspices of the 'Association Internationale de Papyrologues', is an indispensable tool for any editor or user of Greek papyrus documents. Like its predecessors, this tenth volume lists, in alphabetical order of papyri, the new corrections of readings and datings of published documents, as well as supplementary information, as they have appeared in recent literature. The book is supplied with indexes of new readings and rejected readings of Greek words. The value of the book lies in providing an overview of the explosive growth of research in Greek papyrology, the fruits of which appear in such an extremely wide spectrum of publications, that it may not completely be known or available to professional papyrologists, let alone to historians and philologists who also make use of papyrological resources. The new feature of the ninth volume, better accessibility for non-papyrologists, is continued in the present volume. For that reason, a new guide on how to use the subsequent volumes of the Berichtigungsliste is incorporated.
The Berichtigungsliste der Griechischen Papyrusurkunden aus Ägypten, compiled under the auspices of the “Association Internationale de Papyrologues”, is an indispensable tool for any editor or user of Greek papyrus documents.
Like its predecessors, this ninth volume lists, in alphabetical order of papyri, the new corrections of readings and datings of published documents, as well as supplementary information, as they have appeared in recent literature. The book also supplies indexes of new readings and rejected readings of Greek words.
The value of the work lies in providing an overview of the explosive growth of research in Greek papyrology, the fruits of which appear in such an extremely wide spectrum of publications, that it may not completely be known or available to professional papyrologists, let alone to historians and philologists who also make use of papyrological resources. A new feature is that this volume aims to provide better accessibility for non-papyrologists.
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The Berichtigungsliste der Griechischen Papyrusurkunden aus Ägypten is an indispensable tool for any editor or user of Greek papyrus documents.
Like its predecessors, this eighth volume lists, in alphabetical order of papyri, the new corrections of readings and datings of published documents, as well as new supplements, fresh identifications and interpretations, reeditions and photographs, as they have appeared in editions of papyri, articles, monographs, reviews, and any other available source.
There are indexes of new readings and rejected readings, as well as of the books, journals, and papyrus editions consulted in the compilation of this volume.
The volume of the work lies in providing an overview of the explosive growth of research in Greek papyrology, the fruits of which appear in an extremely wide spectrum of publications, which may not completely be known or available to professional papyrologists, let alone to historians and philologists who also make occasional use of papyrological resources.
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In textual criticism, the 'scribal habits' in a manuscript (tendencies to make various sorts of changes) must be known in order to evaluate
its testimony. Colwell analyzed the scribal habits in P45, P66, and P75, by examining their singular readings. This book expands on
Colwell's work by studying P45, P46, P47, P66, P72, and P75, the six most extensive early New Testament manuscripts. All the singular
readings in these papyri are studied along with all the corrections.
The results, which incorporate many revised readings of these papyri, make possible the more precise use of these papyri in textual
criticism. Among the important discoveries is that the general tendency of these early scribes was to omit rather than to add.