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0101AD 2ZPE 4 (1969), p. 7-18 (L. Koenen) = P.Köln 01, 1 (B. Kramer, 1976)924M-P 0435.01hypothesis to Euripides' Auge (with title and first line of the play), giving a version of the story previously known only from wall-paintings in Pompei.
0102AD 2ZPE 4 (1969), p. 157-160 (K. Strobel) = P.Köln 01, 7 (B. Kramer, 1976)4710M-P 2448.01unidentified text mentioning Hercules' twelfth work (Cerberus) and possibly the previous one (Hesperides and Ladon). According to Salvadori Baldascino, it could be the description of a statue representing Hercules and Cerberus, a common type in Hellenistic sculpture.
0103AD 1 - AD 2P.Köln 08, 332 (M. Gronewald, 1997)4467M-P 1952.01commentary on a poetical text (one lemma preserved), mentioning Bebrycia and the land of the Doliones, thus possibly related to the story of the Argonauts (cf. Apollonius Rhodius, 1.947-1077). The author of the poetical text might be Callimachus (cf. ed. princ.).
0104AD 1 - AD 2ZPE 8 (1971), p. 3-12, no. 9 (A. Henrichs)1456M-P 1209.05glossary and scholia minora to Od. 7.283-347 and 8.29-163, close to D-scholia, with one mythographic information about the Boeotian origin of Tityus (ll. 9-10).
0105AD 3 - AD 4ZPE 8 (1971), p. 1-3, no. 8 (A. Henrichs) [A]+ P.Köln 09, 362 (J. Lundon, 2001) [A + B]1949M-P 1207.02glossary to Od. 1.45-116, with a few elementary mythographic explanations.
01062 BC - 1 BCBKT 5.1, p. 7-18 (F. Buecheler, 1907)67591774paraphrase of a poem on the rape of Persephone:
col. 1, 1-9: on Orpheus and the hymns he composed (with a reference to Musaeus);
col. 1, 9-?: on Demeter;
col. 2: on a variation in the myth concerning Persephone;
col. 3-7: paraphrase of the rape of Persephone and of Demeter's seeking of her daughter.
0107AD 2BKT 09, 186 (G. Ioannidou, 1996)237M-P 2460.01mythological text ?
0108AD 3Forschungen und Berichte 10 (1968), p. 118-119, no. 2 (W. Müller)2759M-P 1204.01mythological stories relating to Homeric lemmata from Iliad 20:
recto:
20.147: Laomedon and Hercules (1);
verso:
20.307: Aeneas (2);
20.403-404: Heliconium (3).
The first story offers a version different from the D scholia, the second and third are very similar, but more concise.
0109AD 5P.Schubart 21 (W. Schubart, 1950)27621203mythological stories relating to Homeric lemmata from Iliad 19-20:
recto:19.326: Achilles on Scyros (1);
verso:unidentified story;20.53: Callicolone (2);20.147: Zeus and Apollo (3).The first story is similar in content, but different in wording, to scholia B and D; the second occurs in scholia bTAD with minor differences; the third is not clearly identified and could also relate to Laomedon and Hercules (cf. scholia AD on Il. 20.146 and P.Berol.inv. 13282 + parallels in ps.-Apollod., Bibl. 2.5.9 and Diodorus 4.42).
0110AD 4 - AD 5Forschungen und Berichte 10 (1968), p. 120-121, no. 5 (W. Müller)5768recto: marginal scholion on Chiron, similar in content to Schol. Apoll. Rhod. 1.554;
verso: unidentified text.
0111AD 5SB Berlin 1887, p. 818-819 (U. Wilcken)21731158recto: scholia minora to Iliad 1.1-6;
verso: scholia minora to Iliad 1.8-12.
Contains only very elementary mythographical information.
0112AD 2SB Berlin 1912, p. 544-547 (U. von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff)4730200 (+ suppl.)scholia on selected lemmata from Callimachus' Aetia, I, fr. 7 (9), 23-29, related to the story of the Argonauts, citing Homer (Il. 13.685), Cleidemus (323 F 13 Jacoby) and Pindar (fr. 349 Snell-Maehler). The story can be related to Conon 29 and Apoll. Rhod. 4.1711-1730. Similar to the Homeric D-scholia about the genealogy of Ion.
0113AD 2APF 44 (1998), p. 215-218, no. 4 (W. Luppe - G. Poethke)7134M-P 1190.11commentary on the final part of Iliad 10 (with selected lemmata), mainly related to the killing of Rhesus. The text shows similarities with P.Mich.inv. 1315 and the Homeric scholia.
01141 BCAPF 44 (1998), p. 214-215, no. 3 (W. Luppe - G. Poethke)7133M-P 1157.02beginning of a hypothesis to Iliad 1, quoting the first verse and interrupted in l. 4. Different in wording from P.Achm. 2 and P.Bon. 1, 6.
0115AD 2 - AD 3APF 44 (1998), p. 209-213, no. 1 (W. Luppe - G. Poethke)49522470series of Homeric epithets of gods with explanations, apparently listed by order of appearance in the Iliad; several Homeric quotations. Some similarities with scholia and Hesychius.
0116AD 3 - AD 4Commentariorum in Aratum reliquiae, Berlin, 1898, p. LXIX-LXX + 556-558 (E. Maass)3120119marginal scholia (with reference marks) accompanying scraps of Aratus' Phaenomena, mostly of mythographic contents:
p. 1, 1-4: on the Gemini (the Dioscuri);
p. 1, 5: on Hercules and the Nemean Lion;
p. 1, 6-8: on Cancer;
p. 1, 12-13: on Helikê;
p. 2, 1-2: on Taurus and Europa;
p. 2, 3-4: on the Hyades;
p. 3, 1-3: on Arctus;
p. 3, 4-11: on Cassiepia;
p. 4, 1-2: on Hippus;
p. 11, 1-7: on Sirius and possibly on Argo;
p. 12, 1-3: on Sirius.
Generally different from the scholia of the manuscript tradition, but with some similarities; various other minor parallels (cf. Maehler).
0117AD 3P.Turner 11 (W. Müller, 1981)5183M-P 2449.01narration related to the story of the nymph Cyane, as known from Ovid, Met. 5.409 ff (and others).
0118AD 2 - AD 3P.Schubart 3 (W. Schubart, 1950)2391225 = M-P 1215.01beneath a document, discussion on the days of the Odyssey (with title). A similar sort of text was found on an inscription (cf. reference in Merkelbach).
0119AD 3APF 14 (1941), p. 24-29 (W. Schubart)2401381extract from Apollodorus' Peri theôn (?), dealing with the epithets of Dionysos and with the dithyramb, quoting Homer, Euripides, Pindar and possibly Simonides.
0120AD 2A. Gercke - E. Norden, Einleitung in die Altertumswissenschaft, I, 9, Leipzig, 1927, p. 42-43 (E. Maass)45622465prose text on the legend of Orpheus.
0121AD 3 - AD 4APF 45 (1999), p. 151-165 (W. Luppe - G. Poethke)7981M-P 1207.01series of questions and answers about Homeric matters:
fr. A recto, l. 1-8: unidentified section, possiby about the fight of the Aetolians and Curetes over Calydon;
fr. A recto, l. 9-25 + verso, l. 1-13: Greek leaders with their genealogy;
fr. A verso, l. 14-26: Trojan leaders with their genealogy;
fr. B side 1: various topics; l. 1-2: on the 12 sons of Neleus (?); l. 3-4: on Philomeleides; l. 5-7: on Penelope's brothers; l. 8-19: unidentified (on Aesyetes?);
fr. B side 2: various topics; l. 1: on Scylla (?); l. 2: on Alastor (?); l. 3: on Penelope's suitors; l. 4: on Calchas; l. 5: on Hecabe's children; l. 6-7: on Aeolus's children; l. 8-10: three different questions on Protesilaus; l. 11-15: four unidentified questions; l. 16: on the fight of Perithous against the Centaurs (?); l. 17: on Niobe; l. 18: on Achilleus; l. 19: on the "macella".
0122AD 3P.Oxy 06, 865 (B.P. Grenfell - A.S. Hunt, 1908)51752455narration related to the story of Philoctetes.
0123AD 2 - AD 3P.Tebt. 02, 686a vo (B.P. Grenfell - A.S. Hunt, 1907) [description]41452998Latin prose text on the labours of Hercules.
0124AD 4P.Brookl. 31 (J.C. Shelton, 1992)56131886 (part)"short story about Achilles and his vulnerable feet" (Cribiore).
0125AD 1BASP 22 (1985), p. 273-277 (T. Renner) [= P.Bryn Mawr 2]1346M-P 1161.02prose summary of some events of Iliad 1 (with quotation of Il. 1.36), possibly part of an anthology (cf. similar text in P.Mich.inv. 4832c). It might also be a story or commentary on Apollo (cf. Van Rossum-Steenbeek).
0126AD 5P.Duke inv. 665 (unpublished)5947M-P 2860.01marginal scholia (?) mentioning Argos, Troy and Helen.
0127AD 2Greek Readers' Digests?, 1998, p. 315-316, no. 62 (M. Van Rossum-Steenbeek)4643col. 1: unidentified remains of a few lines;
col. 2: two lists of mythical heroes (with indication of parentage or of provenance) of which the first starts already in the first column:
A. l. 1-16: participants in the Calydonian boar-hunt; many names are not attested in other similar lists (cf. VRS);
B. l. 17-24: famous heroes (with heading).
0128AD 2 - AD 3P.Yale 02, 108 (S.A. Stephens, 1985)5151M-P 1209.02list of games (in numerical order), with indication of place, name of the founder and of the person in whose honour the games were established; the following games are listed: the Isthmian, Olympian, Nemean, those held for Patroclus, and the Pythian games.
The list offers striking similarities to fr. 637 (Rose) attributed to Aristotle's Peplus; other comparable catalogues are P.Oxy. 62, 4306 (ll. 70-131); Helladius (apud Photius, Bibl. VIII, p. 181, 29-34 Henri); Clemens Alex., Protr. 2, 34; Plinius, Nat. 7, 205; Hyginus, Fab. 273.
0129AD 1P.Corn. 55 (W.L.Westermann - C.J.Kraemer, 1926)43702646list of mythical men connected with the cult of gods (mostly Eleusinian), with indication of their parentage; possible end-title or heading in l. 14-15 (cf. Baldascino).
The three variants of Triptolemos's genealogy, known from various other sources, are also recorded (with a fourth one) by Pausanias, 1.14.2-3; the third one, giving Uranus and Gê as parents, confirms a variant reading in ps.-Apollod., Bibl. 1.32 (cf. Henrichs p. 250 + n. 30-31 and Baldascino p. 208).
0130AD 2JHS 28 (1908), p. 129, XII-XIII + JHS 43 (1923), p. 42-43 (J.G. Milne)17162725hypothesis to Iliad 20 with a catalogue of deities, more extensive than the manuscript tradition, with some resemblances in wording to ps.-Dositheus' summary of Il. 20.
0131AD 3JHS 28 (1908), p. 128, X (J.G. Milne)54492723"composition on the events after Achilles' death, when Philoctetes was brought to Troy" (Cribiore).
0132AD 5 - AD 6Literary and non-literary papyri from the University of Michigan, Diss. Mich. 1988, p. 31-98, no. 11 (G.W. Schwendner)2214M-P 1174.01scholia minora to Iliad 3 to 5, with minor mythographic information:
fol. 5 r, l. 20: on Diomedes;
fol. 6 v, l. 18-19: on Enyo;
fol. 7 v, l. 21-22: on Aphrodite and Dione;
fol. 8 r, l. 23-24: on Otus and Ephialtes;
fol. 8 v, l. 7: on Heracles;
fol. 9 r, l. 15: on Aegiale;
fol. 9 r, l. 17-18: on Adrastine;
Close to manuscript tradition and various lexicographic works.
01332 BC - 1 BCHSCP 83 (1979), p. 331-337, no. 3 (T. Renner)2359M-P 1201.01prose summary with quotations, devoted to Iliad 18-19.
0134AD 1 - AD 2HSCP 83 (1979), p. 313-321, no. 1 (T. Renner)1462M-P 1158.01scholia minora to Iliad 1.1-9, with minor mythographical information:
col. 1, l. 3-4: on Achilles;
col. 2, l. 9-10: on Agamemnon;
col. 2, l. 16: on Apollon.
Similarities with manuscript scholia and lexicographical works; overlapping with P.Berol. inv. 5014, P.Achm. 2, P.Oslo 2, 12 and P.Oxy. 44, 3207.
0135AD 1 - AD 2P.Mich. 18, 760 (T. Renner, 1996)4479M-P 2274.05extracts from a work of geography, concerned with the Aeolian Islands and Sicily, apart from one reference to Campanian Cumae. The text is related to the travels of Odysseus (Luppe). The nature of the text is comparable to P.Oxy. 39, 2888 (= CPP 0085). Frances tentatively attributes the fragment to Polybius.
0136AD 2P.Mich. 18, 762 A (M. Gronewald, 1996)4768M-P 2446.01reflections on the relations between myth and nature, mentioning various mythological figures.
0137AD 2 - AD 3ZPE 56 (1984), p. 1-9 (J.J. O'Hara)1819M-P 1185.02hypotheseis to Il. 7 and 8, remarkable for quoting the first and the last line of each book and for focusing exclusively on deeds of humans (not gods).
The hyp. of Il. 7 is different from the one in P.Oxy. 44, 3159, but similar in wording to hyp. I of the manuscript tradition; the one of Il. 8 is totally different from the manuscript tradition.
0138AD 2 - AD 3ZPE 12 (1973), p. 23-30, no. 11 (A. Henrichs)16391190hypotheseis to Iliad 10-17, mentioning the book number and the first line of each book; the right margin of col. 2 bears the indication:
"Iliados apo A heôs R", showing the extent of the work.
Hyp. 13-14 are different from the manuscript tradition, hyp. 15-17 have some similarities in wording, hyp. 10-12 are too fragmentary for a proper comparison.
0139AD 3 - AD 4Pap.Lugd.Bat. 17, 18 (E.G. Turner, 1968)976M-P 2649.01hypothesis to Euripides' Temenidae, written twice by two different hands (on recto in two col., on verso in one col.) as part of a school exercise; remarkable overlap with P.Oxy. 27, 2455, fr. 107.
0140AD 2 - AD 3Literary and non-literary papyri from the University of Michigan, Diss. Mich. 1988, p. 24-29, no. 9 (G.W. Schwendner)949M-P M-P 0454.11hypothesis to Euripides' Hippolytus I, partly overlapping with P.Oxy. 68, 4640 = CPP 225).
0141AD 2 - AD 3HSCP 82 (1978), p. 277-293 (T. Renner)1219M-P 0516.02list of five metamorphoses of mythical persons whose names begin with alpha, probably as part of a mythological dictionary.
Comparable lists: Antoninus Liberalis (esp. 11 and 24); list of seven metamorphoses by anonymous author (cf. Westermann, 1843, p. 347, A. Cameron, A Greek source of Ovid's Metamorphoses?, Des Géants à Dionysos. Mélanges de mythologie et de poésie grecques offerts à Francis Vian, edd. D. Accorinti et P. Chuvin., Alessandria 2003, p.41-59); Ps.-Clem., Recogn. 10.26.3 and Hom. 5.17.1-4.
0142AD 2 - AD 3ZPE 27 (1977), p. 193-200 (N.E. Priest) = SB 14, 12157 (1981-1983).5062list of gods, with their Latin equivalent (in Greek characters).
0143AD 3 - AD 4O.Mich. 01, 657 (L. Amundsen, 1935)55032686list of deities (1 Oriental and 4 Greek).
0144AD 2RPh 17 (1893), p. 109-115 (J. Nicole)15861204description of the topography of Troy, related to Il. 20, 144:
col. 1, 1-12: Hercules' Wall;
col. 1, 12-22: the Callicolone;
col. 2: about the race of Hector and Achilles around Troy.
Possible sources for the description are Hellanicus, Demetrius of Scepsis and Polemon Periegetes (cf. Trachsel-Schubert).
0145AD 3MPER N.S. 01, 17 (H. Gerstinger, 1932)27612447fr. 1: uncertain; connected with the story of Tityus in Od. 11, 576 ff. (Pfeiffer);
fr. 2: on the story of Otus and Ephialtes (Od. 11, 318); close to the version in Apollod. 1, 7, 4.
These fragments could be part of the historiae of the Mythographus Homericus, as suggested by Pfeiffer, but also of any kind of mythographical text.
0146AD 3 (?)MPER N.S. 01, 23 (H. Oellacher, 1932)37411356marginal scholia to Pindar, Pyth. 1.46-66.
0147AD 5MPER N.S. 01, 34 (H. Gerstinger, 1932)3762865 = M-P 0149.01commentary on selected lemmata from Aristophanes, Peace, v. 410-415 and 457-466 (with reference to the main text by diacritical signs) .
0148AD 1MPER N.S. 01, 18 (H. Gerstinger, 1932)44042650school composition about the antecedents and the course of the Trojan war, with the gods who fought on the side of the Trojans. Many other papyri of the same kind (add list).
0149AD 2MPER N.S. 03, 32 (H. Oellacher, 1939)7881989beginning of a hypothesis of Euripides' Autolycus I, with title in eisthesis (ll. 6-9), following an unidentified section (ll. 1-2) and a saying of Diogenes (ll. 3-5).
0150AD 3MPER N.S. 03, 44 (H. Oellacher, 1939)54662461allegoric discussion (?) on the nature of the god Dionysus, with parallels in Diodorus (4.2, cf. 3.63) and Cornutus (30).
0151AD 6 - AD 7MPER N.S. 03, 45 (H. Oellacher, 1939)65152868unidentified prose text, seemingly related to the legend of Theseus.
0152AD 3Stud. Pal. 2 (1902), p. LIV, no. 11 + p. LVII (C. Wessely) = MPER N.S. 15, 43 (H. Harrauer - P. Sijpesteijn, 1985)54642735two mythological names, Europe and Pasiphae, written several times.
0153AD 2 - AD 3WS 101 (1988), p. 85-95 (E. Rabbie - P.J. Sijpesteijn)5143M-P 2449.11short genealogy of the Perseids (Electryonides), with several names not usually related to this family (cf. Apollod., 2, 4, 5-6).
0154AD 2CdE 49 (1974), p. 317-324 (P.J. Sijpesteijn - K.A. Worp)4932M-P 2463.05six short sections about mythological figures and their genealogy, related to the Calydonian boar-hunt by ed. princ., more likely to Hesiod's Eihoiai (cf. Itgenshorst).
0155AD 2BIFAO 61 (1962), p. 173-174, no. 39 (J. Schwartz)17111210scholia on Od. 9.1-3 and 39-40, narrating some related stories.
01561 BC - AD 1 - AD 2BIFAO 61 (1962), p. 174, no. 40 (J. Schwartz)68332651"narration of an unidentified episode of the Trojan war" (Cribiore)
0157AD 1 - AD 2Et. pap. 3 (1936), p. 87-90, no. 7 (N. Lewis)45112453"account of the events leading up to the Trojan war and of the characters concerned therein" (ed. princ.).
The reason given for the absence of Menelaus at the time of Helen's abduction is not known from other sources.
0158AD 2Studi in onore di A. Calderini e R. Paribeni, II, Milano, 1957, p. 151-156 (J. Schwartz)49202452col. 1, l. 1-7: list of Muses (or women?) with the names of their husbands and children; for comparable lists, cf. VRS;
col. 1, 8-15 + col. 2: list of victors in the games held for Pelias, almost identical with P.Oxy. 62, 4306; cf. also Hyginus, Fab. 273, 9-11.
0159AD 3 - AD 4SB Berlin 1887, p. 816-818 (U. Wilcken) = P.Achm. 2 (P. Collart, 1930)20901159hypothesis to Iliad 1, (with indication of book-number [letter alpha] and citation of first line), followed by a glossary to Il. 1.1-21.
The hypothesis is completely different from the one preserved in medieval manuscripts, but almost identical with that of P.Oxy. 56, 3829.
0160AD 1 (?)P.Rein. 01, 3 (T. Reinach, 1905)43932446fragment from a prose text mentioning the Erinyes and the Titans, as in Apollod., 1.3.
01612 BCQUCC 19 (1975), p. 145-176 (F. Lasserre)70382911commentary relating to the text of an epigram on an oyster (riddle); the text is first quoted in extenso and then commented on a selection of lemmata.
0162AD 3 - AD 4Stud. Pal. 6 (1906), p. 148-161 (P. Jouguet - P. Perdrizet) = P.Bour. 1 (P. Collart, 1926)27442643(a) alphabetical lists of monosyllables, bisyllables, trisyllables, and quadrisyllables (f. I-V); striking similarities with O.Crum 525;
(b) five chreiai of Diogenes (f. VI-VII recto);
(c) 24 gnomai monostichoi in alphabetical order (f. VII verso-IX);
(d) 12 lines from the first Prologue to Babrius' Fables (f. X);
(e) subscription (f. XI recto).
01633 BCP.Giss.Univ. 04, 39 (H. Eberhart, 1935) = P.Giss.Lit. 2.9 (P.A. Kuhlmann, 1994)23821215dialogue on the Odyssey, discussing the question whether Circe had prophetic powers (cf. similar discussions in scholia ad Od. 10.492 and in Eustathius ad 491). The text seems to come from the same work as P.Lond.Lit. 160 = CPP 164 (featuring the same speaker named Theophanes).
01641 BCP.Lond.Lit. 160 (H.J.M. Milne, 1927)22861214dialogue on the Odyssey, discussing the rôle of Iros. The text seems to come from the same work as P.Giss.Univ. 4, 39 = CPP 163 (featuring the same speaker named Theophanes).
0165AD 3ZPE 9 (1972), p. 104-110 (P.J. Sijpesteijn) = P.Amst. 01, 7 (R.P. Salomons - P.J. Sijpesteijn - K.A. Worp, 1980)960M-P 2452.01col. 1: unidentified;
col. 2: hypothesis (to Euripides' Peliades?) or fragment of a mythological handbook, related to the Peliades and the rejuvenation cure of Pelias.
0166AD 1 - AD 2ASNP III.2.2 (1972), p. 512-515 (R. Cingottini) = Papiri Letterari Greci no. 7 (R. Cingottini, 1978)14211227prose summary (?) of an episode of the Iliad.
0167AD 2Stud. Pap. 6 (1967), p. 99-107 (J. O'Callaghan) = P.Lit. Palau Rib. 37 (J. O'Callaghan, 1995)4742M-P 2748.01alphabetic list(s) of trisyllabic words, beginning with phi and chi (first column), gamma and delta (second column), iota (third column). Most probably, these are the remains of two successive alphabetic lists, but one list beginning with the last letters of the alphabet cannot be ruled out (cf. reconstruction O'Callaghan). About half of the words can be interpreted as proper names (ordinary, historical, literary, mythological, Latin).
0168AD 4Pap.Lugd.Bat. 25, 16 (F.A.J. De Haas, 1991)5672M-P 2736.23mythological story in 9 sentences forming an alphabetic acrostic (alpha to iota) on Prometheus' creation of mortals, probably meant to be metrical.Similar in kind to T.Louvre MND 552L and P.Mich.inv. 4953.
0169AD 2P.Oslo 02, 12 (S. Eitrem, 1931)16691160glossary to Ilias 1.5-24 with title "onomasticon Homerou", containing minor mythographic information.
0170AD 2Studi Triestini di Antichita in onore di L.A. Stella, Trieste, 1975, p. 463-470 (S. Daris)1718M-P 1174.01scholia on selected lemmata from Ilias 4.164-169, with special attention devoted to the shield of Zeus.
01713 BC - 2 BCCRIPEL 4 (1976), p. 261-286, 345-346 (C. Meillier)527M-P 0207.03verses of Callimachus' Aetia (Victoria Berenices) with scholia written in eisthesis.
0172AD 6Nuovi Papiri Letterari Fiorentini, Marburg, 1971, p. 27-28, no. 6 (M. Lallai) = Papiri Letterari Greci no. 22 (A. Carlini, 1978)2234M-P 1173.01end of hypothesis to Il. 3 (in accordance with the manuscript tradition), followed by an "epigraphê".
0173AD 5B.G. Niebuhr, M.Tullii Ciceronis Orationum - Fragmenta, Rome, 1820, p. 105-107.2421Fragment of the mythographical manual of Hyginus (Fabulae 67-71), preserved in Latin but based on a Greek original.
0174AD 1P.Genova 02, 53 (L. Migliardi Zingale, 1980)4302M-P 2665.02alphabetic list of disyllabic names (from alpha to omega), some from mythology.
0175AD 3P.Laur. 03, 53 (R. Pintaudi, 1979)1929M-P 1209.04hypotheseis to Od. 5 and 6, in parts similar to the medieval tradition.
0176AD 5PSI 01, 18 + 19 (T. Lodi, 1912)24120344 + 1207PSI 19: catechismal questions and answers on the Trojan War, similar to P.IFAO inv. 320 and P.Oxy. 56, 3829, and to manuscript tradition (cf. Montanari); PSI 18: tractate Peri Podôn and beginning of Dionysius Thrax' Technê Grammatikê [not mythographic];
0177AD 3PSI 10, 1173 (G. Coppola, 1932)27601209mythological stories relating to Homeric lemmata fromOdyssey 3, 11, 12 and 13:
3.4: Pylos (fr. 1 recto);
3.91: Amphitrite (fr. 1 recto);
??: Telemachus (fr. 1 verso): according to Luppe this fragment would not belong to the Mythographus Homericus and would actually constitute the recto of the page;
11.321: Phaedra (fr. 2 recto);
11.321: Procris (fr. 2 recto + verso);
11.322: Ariadne and Theseus (fr. 3 recto);
11.326: Maera (fr. 3 verso);
11.326: Clymene (fr. 4 recto);
11.326: Eriphyle (fr. 4 recto + verso);
11.519:Eurypylus (fr. 4 verso);
11.582: Tantalus (fr. 5 recto);
12.70: Argo and Jason (fr. 5 recto + verso and fr. 6 recto);
12.85: Scylla (fr. 6 verso);
13.96: Phorcys (fr. 7 recto);
13.259: Idomeneus (fr. 7 verso);
14.327: Dodona (fr. 7 verso).
The text of fr. 2-7 corresponds to a large extent to the stories in the scholia; that of fr. 1, however, is unique.
0178AD 3PSI 02, 135 (T. Lodi, 1913)19281183paraphrase (?) of Il. 6, 84-98 (verso) and 130-140 (recto), limited to the speeches of Helenos and of Diomedes.
0179AD 3PSI 06, 724 (G. Vitelli, 1920)25881287scholia (seemingly line by line) on Lycophron's Alexandra 743-747, quoting Homer, Od. 12.432-433.
0180AD 2 - AD 3 (?)PSI 07, 850 (G. Vitelli - G. Coppola, 1925)50182462mythological fragment (?), related to Orpheus and Dionysus.
0181AD 1PSI 09, 1091 (G. Vitelli, 1929)44462450narration (in Doric dialect) taken from the legendary wars of Thebes, on the expedition of the Seven against Thebes.
0182AD 2RivFil. 61 (1933), p. 177-188 (C. Gallavotti) = PSI 12, 1286 (C. Gallavotti - V. Bartoletti, 1951)9220428 = M-P 0454.04hypotheseis to Euripides' Rhesus, Rhadamanthys and Scyrii. The Rhesus hyp. is quite similar to the manuscript tradition.
0183AD 2PSI 14, 1398 (V. Bartoletti, 1957)46702451mythology (?): the death of Tiresias (subject identified by Lloyd-Jones). The text shows some similarities to the account in Ps.-Apollodorus, Bibl. III.84-85.
0184AD 3Nuovi Papiri Letterari Fiorentini, Marburg, 1971, p. 8-13, no. 2 (A. Bussa - M. Ciantelli - F. Ferrari)7130M-P 2449.01collection of proverbs in alphabetic order, with related mythological stories:
fr. A: "Hydra temnein" = on Hercules and the Lernean Hydra;
fr. B: "Hylan kraugazein" = on Hercules and the abduction of Hylas.
0185AD 2 - AD 3Proc. XIIth Congr. Toronto, 1970, p. 97-102 (S. Daris)5075M-P 2463.04list of Actaeon's dogs, followed by a list of monsters. Close resemblances to Hyginus, Fab. 181.3-5.
01861 BCAegyptus 52 (1972), p. 89-90 (S. Daris)4775M-P 1227.02discussion on Mount Olympus.
0187AD 2P.Mil.Vogl. 01, 17 (A. Vogliano, 1937)2210089commentary on selected lemmata from Antimachus of Colophon's Artemis and Thebais, mainly on lexical and linguistic matters, but also with some mythographic information (col. 2):
ll. 1-3 = fr. 99 M: on Eileithyia and Oupis;
ll. 12-26 = fr. 104 M: on the springs of Physideia and Automate in Argos;
ll. 33-36 = fr. 107 M: on Artemis' epithet Lathria;
ll. 50-52 = fr. 114 M: on the river Styx.
0188AD 1 - AD 2Diegeseis di poemi di Callimaco in un papiro di Tebtynis, Firenze, 1934 (M. Norsa - G. Vitelli) = P.Mil.Vogl. 01, 18 (A.Vogliano, 1937) + ZPE 137 (2001), p. 7-18 (C. Gallazzi - L. Lehnus) [two additional fragments].4700211diegeseis of Callimachus' Aetia 3 and 4, Iambi, Lyrica, Hecale, Hymni 1 and 2.
0189AD 1Studi in onore di Vincenzo Arangio-Ruiz 2, Napoli, 1953, p. 515-518 (A.Vogliano - A.Cinotti - A.M.Colombo) = P.Mil.Vogl. 02, 43 (M.Vandoni, 1961)43322467fragment of uncertain nature, celebrating Hades as equal in might to Zeus and Poseidon.
0190AD 2 - AD 3P.Mil.Vogl. 03, 126 (I. Cazzaniga, 1965)5348M-P 2449.02list of unions of Zeus with mortal women and offspring, in alphabetical order. For parallels, see VRS p. 132-133.
01913 BCSIFC N.S. 29 (1957), p. 133-173 (I. Cazzaniga - M. Vandoni) = P.Mil.Vogl. 03, 123 (I. Cazzaniga, 1965)70112525sophistic encomia of various heroes:
fr. A I.1-17: unidentified hero;
fr. A I.19-II.29: Minos;
fr. A II.31-III: Rhadamanthys;
fr. B I.1-10: unidentified hero;
fr. B I.12-II.1-14: Tydeus.
01923 BCUn livre d'écolier du IIIe siècle avant J.-C., Cairo, 1938 (O. Guéraud - P. Jouguet)10542642school manual consisting of:
syllabary, probably preceded originally by an alphabet (ll. 1-18); remains of list of the Macedonian months - only two of them partially preserved - (ll. 19-20); list of numbers, partially preserved up to 25 (ll. 21-26); list of monosyllables (ll. 27-37); list of gods (ll. 38-47); list of rivers (ll. 52?-66); list of names: of two (ll. 67-83), three (ll. 84-92), four (ll. 93-103) and five syllables (ll. 104-114); poetic anthology: Euripides, Phoenissae 529-534 (ll. 115-125); Ino fr. 420 Nauck (ll. 126-129); Homer, Odyssey 5. 116-124 (ll. 130-139); epigram on a fountain (ll. 140-154); epigram on a monument dedicated to Homer by Philopator (ll. 155-161); three fragments in elegiac distichs; the first two (ll. 162-169 and 170-184, respectively) are monologues of cooks, probably from new comedy; the third is a fragment of Straton's Phoinicides: PCG fr. 1.4-50 (ll. 185-215); mathematical contents: squares of frequently used numbers (ll. 216-234) and list of sigla representing the submultiples of the drachma (ll. 235-242).
0193AD 6Et. Pap. 7 (1948), p. 93-109 (J. Schwartz)62812644extracts from a school-book, related to the Trojan war [order according to Schwartz]:
f. 1: general consideration on Trojan war;
f. 2-3: catechismal questions on the Greeks and the Trojans;
f. 4-6r: antehomerica;
f. 6v-7: metrical and phonological notes [not mythographic].
0194AD 2Recherches de papyrologie 3 (1964), p. 37-47 (M. Papathomopoulos) = Varia philologica et papyrologica, I, Jannina, 1990, p. 284-295 (idem)917M-P 0454.03hypotheseis to Euripides' Peliades (?) and Medea. The latter is considerably longer than the hyp. known from the manuscript tradition.
0195AD 1P.Oxy. 08, 1087 (A.S. Hunt, 1911)22641186scholia of comprehensive scope on Iliad 7.75-83, mainly of linguistic and stylistic interest, with minor mythological information, but containing an important list of paronymi.
0196AD 2 - AD 3BSAA 28 (1933), p. 123-132 (M. Norsa - G. Vitelli) = PSI 11, 1219 (G. Vitelli, 1935)4980196diegeseis of Callimachus' Aetia 1.
0197 AD 2 - AD 3ZPE 76 (1989), p. 86, no. 2 (R. Pintaudi - P.J. Sijpesteijn)5081M-P 2691.32list of gods.
01983 BCEt. pap. 3 (1936), p. 46-48, no. 1 (N. Lewis)23811185prose summary of Iliad 6 quoting v. 448-455 (part of an anthology? cf. Nachtergael).
0199AD 3P.Schubart 4 (W. Schubart, 1950)18801229on time in the Homeric poems.
0200AD 2Forschungen und Berichte 8 (1967), p. 105-110 (G. Poethke)1518M-P 1186.02glossary of difficult words selected from Ilias 8.361 to 9.64, with minor mythological information.

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