Record 0017

EditionP.Oxy. 64, 4427 (M. Richter - P. Parsons, 1997)
InventoryOxford, Sackler Library, Papyrology Rooms
LDAB471
Trismegistos59372
PackM-P 0211.11
Van Haelst
Cribiore
VRS
ASW
Gigante
CPP0017
ProvenanceEgypt, Oxyrhynchus
DateAD 1 - AD 2
Bibliography
Platesed. princ. pl. XI.
URLhttp://www.csad.ox.ac.uk/POxy/papyri/vol64/pages/4427.htm
Greek text

base edition: ed. pr.

Greek text in Unicode

qh upo th
peri ton lugdamin
swn
parqenios potamos ths paflagonias
potamwi parenios potamos
oi boes oceian derkomenoi
deielinhn thn d eile
aigas es agriadas
yeudomenoi d i erhn
thn kourhn aidew


    - - - - - - -             
01      m2     [ ? ]  ̣  ̣[  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣ ]  ̣[
02        [ ? ]θη υπο τη  ̣  ̣[
03        [ ? ]  ̣ περι τον λυγδ[αμιν
04        [ ? ]σ̣ων [
05        [ ? παρθενιο]ς ποταμος της παφλα[γονιας
06        [ ? ποτ]α̣μωι παρθενιος ποτα[μος
   
    fr. 75 11-15
07      m1  ο̣ι βóες1 οξεῖαν2 δὲρ[κομενοι3
08     δὲιελὶνην4 τὴν5 δ [ειλε
09     [αῖ]γας ὲς6 αγρὶάδα[ς7
10     [ψ]εὺ̣δο̣μ̣ενοι8 δ ὶ῾[ερην9
11     [την κουρην] ὰ̣ϊ̣δε̣[ω10
    - - - - - - -             


07 n. 01   βóες : βóες P
07 n. 02   οξεῖαν : οξεῖαν P
07 n. 03   δὲρ[κομενοι : δὲρ[ P
08 n. 04   δὲιελὶνην : δὲιελὶνην P
08 n. 05   τὴν : τὴν P
09 n. 06   ὲς : ὲς P
09 n. 07   αγρὶάδα[ς : αγρὶάδα[ P
10 n. 08   ψ]εὺ̣δο̣μ̣ενοι : ]εὺ̣δο̣μ̣ενοι P
10 n. 09   ὶ῾[ερην : ὶ῾[ P
11 n. 10   ὰ̣ϊ̣δε̣[ω : ὰ̣ϊ̣δε̣[ P

Authoranon.
Quoted Author[Callimachus, Aetia 3]
Genremarginal scholia
Typeschool text (?), mythology
Contentsmarginal scholia on Callimachus, Aetia III, fr. 75.11-15, mentioning the story of Lygdamis.
Proper namesLygdamis; Artemis (R); Parthenios; Paphlagonia.
MythologicalLygdamis; Artemis (R); Parthenios; Paphlagonia.
Materialpapyrus
Bookformroll (?)
Size5.5 x 6.5
Scriptacross the fibres
Front / Backtraces of an account register (?), AD 2
State Preservation5 lines of Callimachus' Aetia, from the top of a column, broken off on both sides; in the upper margin (3.5 cm), 6 lines of scholia, broken off on both sides (N.B.: the text of l. 4 stops in the middle of the line, leaving a long blank space which probably indicates the end of the scholion).
Number of columns01
Column width??
Letters per line??
Lectional signsmain text: accents, breathings on every word; "carefully prepared for reading, possibly in school" (ed. princ.).scholia: iota adscript.
Handmain text (Callimachus): medium-sized, informal, mixed round, squarish, upright, broadly bilinear, neat and regular, written with care by a practised scribe, separating all letters (occasionally touching), undecorated but with a general touch of elegance;scholia (different hand): tiny, informal, round, upright, broadly bilinear, fairly regular, separating all letters, but using several cursive forms, written with a thin pen.
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