Record 0084

EditionP.Oxy. 20, 2262 (E. Lobel, 1952)
InventoryOxford, Sackler Library, Papyrology Rooms
LDAB486
Trismegistos59387
Pack0204 = M-P 0197.01
Van Haelst
Cribiore
VRS
ASWw030
Gigante
CPP0084
ProvenanceEgypt, Oxyrhynchus
DateAD 2
BibliographyR. Pfeiffer, Callimachus II, pap. 20 (= p. 100-106, ad. fr. 1a + 2a-d); G. Massimilla, Callimaco, pap. 17 (= p. 64-70, ad. fr. 1-3); L. Alfonsi, Hermes 83 (1955), p. 379-383; A. Kerkhecker, ZPE 71 (1988), p. 16-24; M.A. Harder, ZPE 96 (1993), p. 11-13; N. Natalucci, Proc. XXIInd Congr. Firenze, 2001, II, p. 1025-1031.
Platesed. princ. pl. XI.
URLhttp://163.1.169.40/cgi-bin/library?e=q-000-00---0POxy--00-0-0--0prompt-10---4----ded--0-1l--1-en-50---20-about-2262--00031-001-1-0utfZz-8-00&a=d&c=POxy&cl=search&d=HASH0101cdaf52be458cf2aebc
Greek textGreek text in Unicode
Authoranon.
Quoted Author[Callimachus,Aetia 1]Homerus.
Genrecommentary (selected lemmata)
Typemythology
Contentsscholia on selected topics from Callimachus' Aetia I;
fr. 1, col. 1: on Sicily and the Giant Enceladus;
fr. 2, col. 1: on the Muses and the spring of Helicon;
fr. 2, col. 2: mentions Urania (?), Hymenaeus (?) and Hymettus;
fr. 3-5: unidentified.
Proper namesfr. 1, col. 1:Sikelia [Sicily] (2 + R);Pachynos (R); Lilybaion;Pelôrias (R); Enkelados;Gigantes; Attikę [Attica];
fr. 1, col. 2:Kypros;
fr. 2, col. 1:Homęros; Mousai [Muses] (3); Apollôn;Mousęgetęs; Arsinoę;Aganippę (R + 1); Helikôn; Pęgasis;Hippokręnę; Permessos (2); Boiôtia [Boeotia];Bakchylidęs; Zeus;
fr. 2, col. 2:Ourania (?, R); Hymenaios (?); Hymęttos; Attikę [Attica].
Mythologicalfr. 1, col. 1: Sikelia [Sicily] (2 + R); Pachynos (R); Lilybaion; Pelôrias (R);Enkelados; Gigantes; Attikę [Attica];
fr. 2, col. 1: Mousai [Muses] (3); Apollôn; Mousęgetęs;Arsinoę; Aganippę (R + 1);Helikôn; Pęgasis; Hippokręnę; Permessos (2); Boiôtia [Boeotia]; Zeus;
fr. 2, col. 2:Ourania (?, R); Hymenaios (?); Hymęttos; Attikę [Attica].
Materialpapyrus
Bookformroll
Size13.5 x 8.5 (fr. 1)14 x 17.5 (fr. 2a)
Scriptalong the fibres
Front / Backblank
State Preservationfr. 1: remains from the bottom (?) of two columns; col. 1 = right half of 11 lines; col. 2 = remains of 19 lines, 11-19 at full width;
fr. 2a: substantial remains from the top of two columns; col. 1 = large parts of 31 lines broken off to the left; col. 2 = beginnings of 31 lines;
fr. 2b: scanty remains of 10 lines which may fit below fr. 2a, col. 1;
fr. 3-5: tiny fragments with only a few letters.
Number of columns02
Column width05 - 05.5 (+ lemmata)
Letters per line15 (+ lemmata)
Lectional signslemmata in ekthesis, followed by a blank space; coronis to separate sections; one trema; one breathing; two corrections; some misspellings.
Handsmall, informal, round, mostly upright, roughly bilinear, but fairly irregular, rapidly written by a practised scribe, generally separating the letters except for some ligatures; the lines are quite closely spaced.
Last update2003/11/14 Marc Huys, Valerie Van Elst
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