Record 0094

EditionP.Oxy. 05, 841 (B.P. Grenfell - A.S. Hunt, 1908) = P.Lond.Lit. 45 (H.J.M. Milne, 1927)
InventoryLondon, British Library 1842 verso
LDAB3713
Trismegistos62532
Pack1361
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CPP0094
ProvenanceEgypt, Oxyrhynchus
DateAD 2
Bibliography[numerous articles on the text of the Paeans, not on the marginal scholia]; A. KŲrte, APF 5 (1913), p. 549-551; E.G. Turner, G&R 21 (1952), p. 143; W.E.H. Cockle, Hypsipyle, p. 22 (on the papyrus as part of the library of the Hypsipyle papyrus); B. Snell - H. Maehler, Pindari Carmina cum fragmentis II, pap. 4; FGrHist 10 F 20 = Andro fr. 20 Fowler.
Platesed. princ. pl. I-III (parts); Roberts, GLH 14 (parts); Turner, pl. CXXI (col. 22); T.S. Pattie - E.G. Turner, The Written Word on Papyrus, London 1974, p. 16 pl. 5 (col. 22).
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Authoranon.
Quoted Author[Pindarus, Paeanes];Homerus; Andro Halicarnassensis.
Genremarginal scholia
Typemythology
Contentsmarginal scholia accompanying the text of Pindar's Paeans I-X, with some references to mythology:
fr. 11, col. 2 [= col. 22] (ad P. V.45): Pandorus, son of Erechtheus;
fr. 82, col. 1, 1-11 (ad P. VIIIa): on Clymenus and Erginus;
fr. 82, col. 2, 17-19 (ad P. VIIIa.17): on Hecabe's dream;
fr. 129-131, col. 1, 5 (ad P. X.4).: on the river Titaresius;
fr. 134, 2-3 (ad P. X): on Castalius and Apollo (?).
Proper namesfr. 1, col. 1: AbdÍritai; TÍioi [Teians] (R); TeŰs (R); IŰnia; AbdÍra (R);
fr. 2, col. 1: AbdÍra (R);
fr. 2, col. 2:Persai; AthÍnaioi (R);TeŰs (R);
fr. 3, col. 1:TheŰn;
fr. 3, col. 2:AthŰs;
fr. 3, col. 3:AbdÍra; Melamphyllos;
fr. 5:AbdÍra (?, R);
fr. 7, col. 1:KeŰs (R);
fr. 8, col. 1:Argos;
fr. 8, col. 2:KrÍtÍ;
fr. 9, col. 1:ZÍnodotos; Euxantios;Keos; OneitÍs (?, R);
fr. 11, col. 1:AthÍnaioi;
fr. 11, col. 2:PandŰros; Erechtheus;Aiklos;
fr. 11, col. 3:KÍphisos;
fr. 12, col. 2:ZÍnodotos (2); Hellas;
fr. 13, col. 2:AristophanÍs (?);
fr. 13, col. 4:Zeus HellÍnios; Aigina;
fr. 14, col. 1:Aigina (R);
fr. 15, col. 1:AristophanÍs (?);ZÍnodotos;
fr. 82, col. 1:Pindaros; Klymenos;PeriÍrÍs (R); ThÍbai [Thebes];
fr. 82, col. 2:TrŰes [Trojans] (R);HekabÍ (R);
fr. 83-84: Chrysippos (?); ‘keanos ; Themis;
fr. 94: Aristarchos (?, R);
fr. 95: Mousa (?);
fr. 96: Alexandros (?, R);
fr. 126, col. 1: Pindaros (R);
fr. 128, col. 2: IsmÍnion (R + 1); ThÍbai [Thebes];
fr. 129-131, col. 1: TitarÍsios; Styx (2); PÍneios; HomÍros; Aristarchos (?);
fr. 134: Kastalios; ApollŰn; AndrŰn (?); KrÍtÍ; Delphoi; ThÍbaioi [Thebans]; Aristarchos (?);
fr. 138: IsmÍnos (?, R);
fr. 139: Aulis (2).
Mythologicalfr. 11, col. 3 [= col. 23]: PandŰros; Erechtheus; Aiklos;
fr. 82, col. 1: Klymenos; PeriÍrÍs (R); ThÍbai [Thebes];
fr. 82, col. 2: TrŰes [Trojans] (R); HekabÍ (R);
fr. 129-131, col. 1: TitarÍsios; Styx (2); PÍneios;
fr. 134, 2-3: Kastalios; ApollŰn.
Materialpapyrus
Bookformroll
Size18 (height)
Scriptacross the fibres
Front / Backcensus register, AD 91-92 (= P.Oxy. 06, 984A = Bagnall e.a., The census register, 1997).
State Preservationsome 180 fragments, grouped in four sections (A-D) in ed. princ., of which the order is not certain.
Number of columns35
Column width??
Letters per line??
Lectional signsbreathings; accents; quantity marks and apostrophes; trema (several); high stops; paragraphos (several) to mark end of strophes and antistrophes and to separate the scholia; coronis at beginning of new strophe; special signs for beginning of new poem; curved lines occasionally placed below letters and syllables (of uncertain meaning); diplÍ (several) and small crosses occasionally used before lines; numeration of the lines by hundreds; consistent use of iota adscript both in main text and in scholia; abbreviations used in scholia.
Handmain text: sections A + B: medium-sized, informal, round, upright, generally bilinear, somewhat irregular, written by a practised though sometimes clumsy hand, mostly separating the letters, with occasional cursive forms at the end of a verse, undecorated; sections C + D: small, informal, round, upright, generally bilinear, regular, elegant, carefully written with a thin pen by a proficient scribe, separating all letters, frequently decorated with hooks and serifs;
textual notes: three hands, small to tiny: H1 = same scribe as A + B; H2 = "more sloping hand"; H3 = "more rapid and lighter hand" (ed. princ.);
scholia: two hands, small to tiny cursive, leaning forward, practically contemporary with the main text: S1 = "small and as a rule clear writing"; S2 = "more rapid and negligent and generally rather larger cursive" (ed. princ.).
Last update2003/11/14 Marc Huys, Valerie Van Elst
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