Thursday, June 10, 2021

Digital Corpus of Literary Papyrology

THE AWOL BLOG: DCLP: Digital Corpus of Literary Papyrology. This website is an impressive resource. It has entries for seemingly every ancient papyrus, covering every ancient author and work you have ever heard of and some that you haven't.

Besides the Classical works and authors, I found entries for Hebrew Bible and Old Testament (translations in many languages) papyri; New Testament papyri (Greek and many translations); various Old Testament Apocrypha, New Testament Apocrypha, and Old Testament Pseudepigrapha; Flavius Josephus; the Hegesippus Latin Josephus; and Philo of Alexandria.

Many of the entries include transcriptions and/or photographs.

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