Record 0097

EditionP.Heid. 04, 289 (F. Montanari, 1986)
InventoryHeidelberg, Institut fŁr Papyrologie, G 675
LDAB1370
Trismegistos60251
PackM-P 0557.01
Van Haelstó
Cribioreó
VRSó
ASWp699 (W)
Giganteó
CPP0097
ProvenanceEgypt, unknown
DateAD 1
Bibliographyreprinted in F. Montanari, Studi di filologia omerica antica II, 1995, p. 127-130.
Platesed. princ. pl. I.
URLhttp://www.rzuser.uni-heidelberg.de/~gv0/Papyri/P.Heid._IV/289/P.Heid._IV_289.html
Greek text

base edition: ed. pr.

Greek text in Unicode

01
02     d o Thlemaxos
03     kai to doru
04     twi
05     i kata sxolhn
06     leueispe
07     ou
08     mhnin aeide qea Pelhiadew Axilews
09     oulomenhn h muria Axaiois alge eqhke
10     pollas d ifqimous yuxas Aidi proiayen
11     hrwwn autous de elwri a teuxe kunessin
12     oiwnoisi te pasi Dios d eteleieto boulh
13     ec ou dh ta prwta diasththn erisante


    - - - - - - -             
01     [       15-17       ]  ̣[  ̣  ̣]  ̣[
02     [       15-17       ]δ ο Τηλεμαχ̣[ος
03     [       15-17       ] και το δορυ   ̣[
04     [       15-17       ]  ̣[  ̣]  ̣τωι  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣[
05     [       15-17       ]  ̣ι κατα σχολην [
06     [       15-17       ]λευεισπε[  ̣  ̣]  ̣[
07      m2  [       15-17       ]  ̣ου̣  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣[
    _____
08      m3  [μηνιν αειδε θεα Πε]ληιαδεω Αχιλ̣[εως]
09     [ουλομενην η μυρια Αχ]α̣ι̣οις αλγε εθ̣[ηκε]
10     [πολλας δ ιφθιμους] ψ̣υ̣χας Αιδι1 π̣[ροιαψεν]
11     [ηρωων αυτους δε ελ]ω̣ρι α2 τευ̣χε κυν̣[εσσιν]
12     [οιωνοισι τε πασι Διο]ς δ ετελειετ[ο βουλη]
13     [εξ ου δη τα πρωτα διασ]τητην ερι̣[σαντε
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10 n. 01   Αιδι corr Montanari : αειδι P
11 n. 02   α add m3

Authoranon.
Quoted AuthorHomerus
Genreuncertain (commentary ?)
TypeHomerica, mythology
Contentsl. 1-6: prose text mentioning Telemachus, which may be a kind of mythographic introduction;
l. 7: unidentified cursive annotation;
l. 8-13: Iliad, 1.1-6.
Proper namesTÍlemachos; PÍlÍiadÍs (Q); Achilleus (Q); Achaioi [Achaeans] (Q); HaidÍs (Q); Zeus (Q).
MythologicalTÍlemachos; PÍlÍiadÍs (Q); Achilleus (Q); Achaioi [Achaeans] (Q); HaidÍs (Q); Zeus (Q).
Materialpapyrus
Bookformuncertain
Size4 x 8.5
Scriptalong the fibres
Front / Backblank
State Preservationscanty remains of 13 lines broken off on both sides, from a column broken at top and bottom.
Number of columns01
Column width11 - 12 (R)
Letters per line30-33
Lectional signssign in the shape of a forked paragraphos after l. 7 (in the middle of the line!)
Hand3 different hands:
A (= ll. 1-6): medium-sized, informal, round, upright, generally bilinear, somewhat irregular, competently written, generally separating the letters, linking some, decorated with a few serifs;
B (= ll. 7): small cursive, leaning forward;
C (= ll. 8-13): fair-sized, relatively formal, mixed round, upright, strictly bilinear, fairly regular, written with care, lightly decorated with hooks and serifs; the lines are closely spaced;
hands A and C are considered ed. princ. as forrunners of the Roman uncial.
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