16.00-19.00: Registration in the Old Library


    8.00-9.30: Registration
    9.30-10.00: Opening ceremony

  • 10.00-10.30: Introductory lecture: Roger S. Bagnall (New York), Illegitimacy in Roman and Late Antique Egypt

        10.30-10.40: Break

    10.40-11.40: Plenary session: Ptolemaic Egypt

  • 10.40-11.10: Dorothy J. Thompson (Cambridge), A Ptolemaic historian among the papyri
  • 11.10-11.40: Sandra Lippert (Tübingen), New demotic sources from Graeco-Roman Egypt

        11.40-12.00: Coffee break

    12.00-14.00: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Literary papyri: epic

  • 12.00-12.30: Andrzej Miroñczuk (Warsaw), Hawara Homer
  • 12.30-13.00: Stephen M. Bay (Provo), P. Mich. inv. 4403b, a brief literary papyrus with Trojan scheme
  • 13.00-13.30: José-Antonio Fernández-Delgado (Salamanca), Contribution of the new papyri to the history of Hesiod's text
  • 13.30-14.00: Marco Antonio Santamaría (Salamanca), Theseus' and Pirithous' catabasis in P. Ibscher col. I (Hes. fr. 280 M.-W. = Minyas fr. 7 Bernabé)

    Room B ("Edfu"): Papyri from the Ptolemaic period

  • 12.00-12.30: Thomas Backhuys (Cologne), Ein Königseid aus der Kölner Papyrussammlung
  • 12.30-13.00: Sandra Scheuble-Reiter (Chemnitz), Neues zum Hipparchiensystem der ptolemäischen Reiterei - Ein unpublizierter Papyrus der Trierer Papyrussammlung (P. UB Trier S 77-43)
  • 13.00-13.30: Andrew Monson (New York), Harvest taxes on cleruchic land in the third century BCE
  • 13.30-14.00: Constantinos Balamoshev (Warsaw), Reconstructing a crime scene: an unpublished Ptolemaic prosangelma

    Room C ("Petra"): Archaeology and papyrology

  • 12.00-12.30: Cornelia Römer (Cairo), Water for Philoteris
  • 12.30-13.00: W³odzimierz Godlewski (Warsaw), Monastery of Nekloni. Scraps, sheets, codexes and archives
  • 13.00-13.30: Giovanna Menci (Florence), Oggetti iscritti appartenenti alla collezione archeologica dell'Istituto Papirologico "G. Vitelli"
  • 13.30-14.00: Hélène Cuvigny (Paris), A biblical scene on an ostracon from the Eastern Desert of Egypt

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Magica

  • 12.00-12.30: Raymond Korshi Dosoo (Sydney), Magical discourses, ritual collections: Cultural trends and private interests in Egyptian handbooks and archives
  • 12.30-13.00: Iain Gardner (Sydney), The Sethian context to 'A Handbook of Ritual Power' (P. Macquarie I)
  • 13.00-13.30: Magali De Haro Sanchez (Paris), L'amulette: une lettre magique? Comparaison entre la typologie des lettres et celle des amulettes en Égypte gréco-romaine et byzantine
  • 13.30-14.00: Raquel Martín-Hernández (Madrid), Writing magical papyri. The lectional signs of PGM VII

        14.00-15.00: Lunch break

    15.00-17.00: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Literary papyri: lyric

  • 15.00-15.30: C. Michael Sampson (Winnipeg), A new reconstruction of Sappho 44 (P. Oxy. X 1232 + P. Oxy. XVII 2076)
  • 15.30-16.00: Paul Heilporn (Brussels - Strasbourg), Un fragment lyrique inédit (P. Stras. inv. Gr. 2374 recto)
  • 16.00-16.30: Benedetto Bravo, (Warsaw), P. Oxy. XXII 2321, fr. 1, ll. 1-12 (Anacreonte, Poetae Melici Graeci 346/1, fr. 1, ll. 1-12): una soluzione spiritosa di un problema simposiale
  • 16.30-17.00: Michael W. Haslam (Los Angeles), Gleanings from P. Oxy. XLVIII 3372, commentary on Anacreon

    Room B ("Edfu"): Papyri from the Roman period

  • 15.00-15.30: Marcin Kotyl (Wroclaw - Warsaw), Due elenchi di nomi di persone: Un papiro greco di Giessen (P.B.U.G. inv. 247)
  • 15.30-16.00: Eman Ahmed Aly Mohamed (Cairo), Two penthemeros certificates: P. Cairo Mus. C.G. 10819 = P. Fay. 221 descr. (A.D. 161), and P. Cairo Mus. C.G. 10838 = P. Fay. 289 descr. (A.D. 192)
  • 16.00-16.30: Nahum Cohen (Achva Academic College, Israel), P. Berl. Inv. no. 21676 - A leasing contract with some points of interest
  • 16.30-17.00: Mohamed Gaber El-Maghrabi (Alexandria), A sublease of crown land

    Room C ("Petra"): Archaeology and papyrology

  • 15.00-15.30: Thomas Landvatter (Ann Arbor), Archaeological and papyrological inquiry at Karanis: Problems and potentialities
  • 15.30-16.00: Alberto Nodar Dominguez (Barcelona), New texts from Oxyrhynchus: Palaeography and archaeology
  • 16.00-17.00: Rodney Ast (Heidelberg); Paola Davoli (Lecce), Ostraka and stratigraphy at Amheida (Dakhla Oasis, Egypt): A methodological issue

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Magica: continuation

  • 15.00-15.30: Rachel Yuen-Collingridge (Sydney), Legibility in the Greek magical papyri: The treatment of formulae in PGM IV and VII
  • 15.30-16.00: Blanca Ballesteros (Barcelona), Magical Herbs in the PGM XIII
  • 16.00-16.30: Laura Willer (Heidelberg), Die Handhabung magischer Amulette im römischen Ägypten
  • 16.30-17.00: Jay Johnston (Sydney), Relations of image, text and design elements in selected amulets and spells of the Heidelberg Papyri Collection

        17.00-17.30: Coffee break

    17.30-20.00: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Literary papyri: drama

  • 17.30-18.00: Chiara Meccariello (Pisa), Title, arche, hypothesis. A study of the heading of the Euripidean hypotheses on papyrus
  • 18.00-18.30: Kathleen McNamee (Detroit), A new look at the Würzburg Phoenissae Commentary
  • 18.30-19.00: Krystyna Bartol (Poznañ), How to serve a giant fish? P. Duk. F 1984.7 = Fr. 1146 K.-A.: Some textual problems
  • 19.00-19.30: Angelo Casanova (Florence), Note sul lessico della rhesis di Panfile (Men., Epitr. 801-835)

    Room B ("Edfu"): Arabic papyri

  • 17.30-18.00: W. Matt Malczycki (Auburn), P. Utah. Ar. Inv. 280: A lost poem of the courtier Abu Dulaf al-'Ijli (d. 225AH/840CE)
  • 18.00-18.30: Johannes Thomann (Zürich), An early Arabic horoscope on parchment with a square diagram (P. Vind. Inv. A. Perg. 236)
  • 18.30-19.00: Mohamed Ahmed Abd El-Latif Ibrahim (Mansoura), Wheat trade in Fustat in the early Islamic Period (Century 1-3 AH / 7-9 AD) in the light of two unpublished Arabic papyri from the collection of Archduke Rainer in Vienna

    Room C ("Petra"): History of papyrology

  • 17.30-18.00: Holger Essler (Würzburg), Wilckens Briefe
  • 18.00-18.30: James G. Keenan (Chicago), Goodspeed of Chicago: America's first papyrologist. Part I: From Chicago to Tebtunis
  • 18.30-19.00: Todd M. Hickey (Berkeley), Goodspeed of Chicago: America's first papyrologist. Part II: An Oxford summer
  • 19.00-19.30: Alain Martin (Brussels), Charles Wessely à la "Semaine égyptologique" de Bruxelles
  • 19.30-20.00: Naim Vanthieghem (Brussels), Le voyage de Jean Bingen en Angleterre en 1947

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Language, vocabulary, onomastics

  • 17.30-18.00: Elena Martín González (Athens), On the meaning of monoskordon (PGM IV 2211)
  • 18.00-18.30: Andrea Bernini (Parma), Nota sull'area semantica di psal(l)idion
  • 18.30-19.00: Zsuzsanna Szántó (Budapest), Contribution à l'onomastique des Juifs de l'Égypte hellénistique
  • 19.00-19.30: Janneke H.M. De Jong (Leiden); Marie Legendre (Oxford), Onomastica Arabica: Arab personal names in Egyptian papyri from the Ptolemaic to the early Islamic period


    9.00-11.00: Plenary session: Roman Egypt

  • 9.00-9.30: Andrea Jördens (Heidelberg), Roms Herrschaft über Ägypten
  • 9.30-10.00: Dominic Rathbone (London), The Romanity of Roman Egypt: a declining consensus?
  • 10.00-10.30: Bernhard Palme (Vienna), Das spätantik-frühbyzantinische Ägypten: Gesellschaft und Staat
  • 10.30-11.00: Ewa Wipszycka (Warsaw), La Grande Persécution: nouvelles sources, nouvelles hypotheses

        11.00-11.30: Coffee break

    11.30-13.30: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Papyri from Herculaneum

  • 11.30-12.00: Christian Vassallo (Rome), Praesocratica Herculanensia. Towards a comprehensive edition of the evidence for Presocratic philosophy in the Herculaneum Papyri
  • 12.00-12.30: Michele Alessandrelli (Rome), PHerc. 1020 (Anonymous Stoic Author, Unknown Work): Anatomy of the roll and sequence of fragments
  • 12.30-13.00: Giuliana Leone (Naples), L'edizione di Epicuro, Sulla natura, libro II
  • 13.00-13.30: Aurora Corti (Rome), P. Herc. 454: A 'scorza' of Epicurus, On Nature XXV (P. Herc. 1420/1056)

    Room B ("Edfu"): Papyri and ostraca from the Roman period

  • 11.30-12.00: Erja Salmenkivi (Helsinki), Tebtunis in 1900, Berkeley in 2012: On recently conserved crocodile cartonnage fragments in the Center for the Tebtunis Papyri
  • 12.00-12.30: Micaela Langellotti (London), Contracts and people in early Roman Tebtunis: A complex affair
  • 12.30-13.00: Mario Capasso (Lecce), Nuovi rinvenimenti di papiri e ostraka a Soknopaiou Nesos/Dime 2010-2012
  • 13.00-13.30: Nadine Quenouille (Leipzig), The Gerontios-Archive - A sub-archive of the Abinnaeus-Archive?

    Room C ("Petra"): Aspects of Graeco-Roman Egypt

  • 11.30-12.00: Myrto Malouta (Corfu), Antinoopolis by land and river
  • 12.00-12.30: Lucia Rossi (Marseille), Navires marchands entre le Nil et la Méditerranée: pour une contribution à l'étude de la mobilité commerciale sur le Nil
  • 12.30-13.00: Isabella Andorlini (Parma), Lusso e generi d'importazione nei papiri d'età romana
  • 13.00-13.30: Rasha Hussein El-Mofatch (Cairo), Where is the party?

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Language, vocabulary, onomastics

  • 11.30-12.00: Maria Chiara Scappaticcio (Naples), Coniugare nell'una e nella altra lingua. Sondaggi dalle flessioni verbali greco-latine su papiro
  • 12.00-12.30: Joanne Stolk (Oslo), Language change in the papyri: Dative by genitive replacement in Greek
  • 12.30-13.00: Sonja Dahlgren (Helsinki), Egyptian transfer elements in the Greek of Roman period Egyptian scribes
  • 13.00-13.30: Patrick Sänger (Vienna), The meaning of the word politeuma in the light of the deuterocanonical books of the Old and the New Testament

        13.30-15.00: Lunch break

    15.00-17.00: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Papyri from Herculaneum: Philodemus

  • 15.00-15.30: Mariacristina Fimiani (Naples), Contributo al testo del P. Herc. 1423 (Filodemo, Retorica, libro IV)
  • 15.30-16.00: Graziano Ranocchia (Rome), PHerc. 1004 ([Philodemus], [On Rhetoric], [Book VII]): Physical description and reconstruction of the roll
  • 16.00-16-30: Matilde Fiorillo (Trieste), Considerazioni sul testo del P. Herc. 1004 (Filodemo, Retorica, libro VII)
  • 16.30-17.00: Giovanni Indelli, Francesca Longo Auricchio (Naples), Il P. Herc. 1471 (Filodemo, La libertà di parola) nelle Carte Vogliano

    Room B ("Edfu"): Ostraca from the Roman period

  • 15.00-15.30: Adam Bülow-Jacobsen, (Paris), Ostraca from Xeron Pelagos - a first impression
  • 15.30-16.00: Shereen A. Aly (Cairo), An edition of unpublished Greek ostraca from Elephantine
  • 16.00-17.00: Sofía Torallas Tovar, Amalia Zomeño Rodríguez (Madrid), New discoveries from Syene: The ostraka of the Swiss Institute, Aswan

    Room C ("Petra"): Aspects of Graeco-Roman Egypt

  • 15.00-15.30: Yvona Trnka-Amrhein (Harvard University), Some connections between Sesostris and Memnon
  • 15.30-16.00: Claudia Tirel Cena (Turin), Who hides behind the god Djeme?
  • 16.00-16-30: El-Sayed Gad (Tanta), Circumcision in Roman Egypt: Reconsidered
  • 16.30-17.00: Suzanne Soliman (Cairo), The poor in Graeco-Roman and Arabic Egypt

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Papyrological tools and projects in progress

  • 15.00-15.30: Alain Delattre (Brussels - Leiden); Heilporn, Paul (Brussels - Strasbourg), La Bibliographie Papyrologique: nouveaux développements
  • 15.30-16.00: James M.S. Cowey (Heidelberg), Report on
  • 16.00-16-30: Paul Bartels, Marius Gerhardt, Anna Monte, Fabian Reiter (Berlin), Berliner Papyrusdatenbank (BerlPap)
  • 16.30-17.00: Mark Depauw (Leuven), Papyrology and Big Data: The case of identifiers

        17.00-17.30: Coffee break

    17.30-19.30: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Papyri from Herculaneum: Philodemus, Demetrius Laco

  • 17.30-18.00: Agathe Antoni, Daniel Delattre, Annick Monet (Paris), La reconstruction du P. Herc. Paris. 2, [Philodème, La Calomnie]: quelques nouveautés textuelles
  • 18.00-18.30: Mario Capasso (Lecce), Frammenti inediti del De adulatione di Filodemo (P. Herc. 1092)
  • 18.30-19.00: Kilian Fleischer (Würzburg), New Readings in Philodemus' Index Academicorum (P. Herc. 1021, col. XXXIII-XXXV)
  • 19.00-19.30: Michael McOsker (Ann Arbor), Towards a new edition of P. Herc. 188 (Demetrius Laco, On Poems I)

    Room B ("Edfu"): Papyri and ostraca from the Late Roman period

  • 17.30-18.00: Alia Hanafi (Cairo), Two unpublished documents
  • 18.00-18.30: Tomasz Derda (Warsaw), Ostraca from Marea or how a big basilica was built in the 5th century?
  • 18.30-19.00: Esther Garel (Paris), The ostraca of Victor the priest found in the hermitage TT 1152
  • 19.00-19.30: Noha A. Salem, Shereen A. Aly (Cairo), An edition of unpublished Greek ostraca from the Egyptian Museum, Cairo

    Room C ("Petra"): Palaestina, Arabia, and beyond

  • 17.30-18.00: Dorota Hartman (Naples), Scribes and witnesses in the Babatha archive
  • 18.00-18.30: Jaakko Frösén (Helsinki), From carbonized papyri to the Monastery of Saint Aaron at Petra -The "Last Will" of Mr. Obodianos, P. Petra Inv. 6a
  • 18.30-19.00: Jorma Kaimio (Helsinki), Division of landed property in P. Petra 17
  • 19.00-19.30: Rachel Mairs (Reading), Political and cultural change and administrative continuity in Bactria, in the light of new discoveries of Aramaic and Greek documentary texts

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Papyrological tools and projects in progress: continuation

  • 17.30-18.00: Herbert Verreth (Leuven), Topography of Egypt online
  • 18.00-18.30: Shimon Epstein, Nicola Reggiani (Heidelberg), Data processing and state management in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt: The project "Synopsis"
  • 18.30-19.00: Marja Vierros (Helsinki), Studying Greek language in the papyri - a new tool in preparation


    9.00-11.00: Plenary session: Late Roman - Early Arab Egypt

  • 9.00-9.30: Jean-Luc Fournet (Paris), Culture et document dans l'Egypte byzantine
  • 9.30-10.00: Federico Morelli (Vienna), Egitto arabo, papiri e papirologia greci
  • 10.00-10.30: Jacques van der Vliet (Leiden - Nijmegen), Coptic documentary papyri after the Arab conquest
  • 10.30-11.00: Lucian Reinfandt (Vienna), Coptic and Arab Egypt: Arabic papyrology

        11.00-11.30: Coffee break

    11.30-14.00: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Papyri from Herculaneum: Demetrius Laco, varia

  • 11.30-12.00: Antonio Parisi (Naples), Osservazioni preliminari sul P. Herc. 124 (Demetrii Laconis opus incertum
  • 12.00-12.30: Sarah Hendriks (Oxford), A match made in Herculaneum: P. Herc. 78 and the Bodleian Disegni
  • 12.30-13.00: Gianluca Del Mastro (Naples), Sulla ricostruzione di alcuni rotoli ercolanesi
  • 13.00-13.30: Jürgen Hammerstaedt (Cologne), Between the Leiden system and the DCLP (Digital Corpus of Literary Papyri): Critical signs and apparatus in editions of Herculanean papyri and of literary papyri in general)
  • 13.30-14.00: Daniel Riaño Rufilanchas (Madrid); Holger Essler (Würzburg), 'Aristarchus 2.0' and Philodemus: Digital linguistic analysis of a Herculanean text corpus

    Room B ("Edfu"): Papyri and ostraca from the Late Roman period: continuation

  • 11.30-12.00: Magdy A.I. Aly (Mansoura), A Byzantine contract
  • 12.00-12.30: Martin Miller (Chicago), A request for wine from Oxyrhynchus
  • 12.30-13.00: John Lundon (Turin), One (Byzantine) entagion in search of an answer (or two)
  • 13.00-13.30: Ruey-Lin Chang (Cairo), Counting fish or a case of numerology?

    Room C ("Petra"): Ptolemaic Egypt

  • 11.30-12.00: Gunnar R. Dumke (Chemnitz), Ptolemy I Soter in the political communication of his successors
  • 12.00-12.30: Andrew Connor (Cincinnati), Royal temple land?: Temple land management strategies in the Ptolemaic Fayum
  • 12.30-13.00: Hans Hauben (Leuven), Boats and skippers in the service of Apollonios and Zenon
  • 13.00-13.30: Christelle Fischer-Bovet (Los Angeles), Egyptians in the early Ptolemaic army and naval activities in the Mediterranean

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Papyrological tools and projects in progress: continuation

  • 11.30-12.00: Simona Russo (Florence); Jean-Luc Fournet (Paris), La cultura materiale nei papiri: un nuovo studio lessicografico
  • 12.00-12.30: Maria Mossakowska-Gaubert (Cairo), A la rencontre de la papyrologie et de l'archéologie: le lexique des mobiliers d'éclairage
  • 12.30-13.00: Alan Bowman (Oxford), A database of the Karanis Tax-Rolls

        14.00-15.00: Lunch break

    15.00-17.00: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Jewish and Christian literary texts on papyri

  • 15.00-15.30: AnneMarie Luijendijk (Princeton), The oldest Septuagint papyrus in context (P. Ryl. III 458)
  • 15.30-16.00: Francesca Schironi (Ann Arbor), Origen and P. Grenf. I 5
  • 16.00-16.30: Thomas Wayment (Provo), P. Oxy. LXIV 4405 and the Eusebian Canons
  • 16.30-17.00: Lincoln H. Blumell (Provo), Two Christian papyri in the Michigan Collection: A doxology and a fragment from the Didascalia CCCXVIII Patrum Nicaenorum

    Room B ("Edfu"): Papyri and ostraca from the Late Roman period: continuation (archives)

  • 15.00-15.30: Jean Gascou, Anne Boud'hors (Paris), Un nouveau cas d'archives bilingues: le monastère antinoite d'apa Dorothée
  • 15.30-16.00: Noha A. Salem, Seham D. Almasry (Cairo), New documents from elaiourgoi of Aphrodito archive
  • 16.00-16.30: Lorelei Vanderheyden (Paris), Lettres grecques et lettres coptes des archives de Dioscore d'Aphrodité
  • 16.30-17.00: María Jesús Albarrán Martínez (Paris), Archives d'apa Sabinos dans le fonds copte de la Sorbonne

    Room C ("Petra"): Ptolemaic Egypt: continuation

  • 15.00-15.30: Lucia Criscuolo (Bologna), Queens' wealth
  • 15.30-16.00: Silke Vanbeselaere, Yanne Broux (Leuven), Authority and social interaction in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt. Social network analysis and the Zenon Archive
  • 16.00-16.30: Alba De Frutos Garcia (Madrid), Voluntary associations in Ptolemaic Egypt
  • 16.30-17.00: Mario C.D. Paganini (Copenhagen), Decisional and archival practices of private associations in Ptolemaic and early Roman Egypt

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Literacy, script, books

  • 15.00-15.30: Gavin Smith (London), From tags to papyrus - change in attitude to literacy in early Egypt
  • 15.30-16.00: Uri Yiftach-Firanko (Jerusalem), Quantifying literacy in the early Roman Arsinoites: The case of the Arsinoite grapheion document
  • 16.00-16.30: Janneke H.M. De Jong (Leiden), The last century of Greek papyri
  • 16.30-17.00: Grzegorz Ocha³a (Warsaw - Geneva), Multilingualism in Christian Nubia: case study of the monastery of Ghazali

        17.00-17.30: Coffee break

    17.30-20.00: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Christian literary texts on papyri: continuation

  • 17.30-18.00: Roger T. Macfarlane (Provo), Recovering palimpsest undertext on Codex Turah V (P. BYU - Didymos)
  • 18.00-18.30: Marco Stroppa (Florence), I papiri greci dell'Asceticon dell'abate Isaia
  • 18.30-19.00: Celine Grassien (Paris); Gampel, Alan (New York), P. Duke Inv. 766: le plus ancien témoin papyrologique d'un Canon poétique avec annotations musicales?
  • 19.00-19.30: Agata Deptu³a (Warsaw), Byzantine roots of Christian Nubian hymnography

    Room B ("Edfu"): Collections of papyri

  • 17.30-18.00: Carla Balconi (Milan), Papiri della Collezione dell'Università Cattolica di Milano provenienti dalla Grande Oasi
  • 18.00-18.30: Marco Perale (Oxford), The Minnesota papyrus collection (O. Minnesota 1-2 and P. Minnesota 1-22)
  • 18.30-19.00: Katherine Blouin, (Toronto), Papyri à Paris: The Greek papyri collection in the Bibliothèque nationale de France
  • 19.00-19.30: Déborah Kott (Paris), From Apollonopolis Magna to Warsaw, a look on the demotic texts from Edfu in the Polish collections
  • 19.30-20.00: Franziska Naether (Leipzig), Demotic texts from Leipzig

    Room C ("Petra"): Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt: continuation

  • 17.30-18.00: Marius Gerhardt (Berlin), Some thoughts about P. Bingen 45
  • 18.00-18.30: Adam £ukaszewicz (Warsaw), Double greetings in P. Brem. 5 and some other remarks on Hadrian's Egypt
  • 18.30-19.00: Timothy Renner (Montclair), Imperial slave hierarchies and the documents from Berenike
  • 19.00-19.30: Miroslava Mirkovic (Belgrade), Taxes and peoples

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Literacy, script, books: continuation

  • 17.30-18.00: Marie-Hélène Marganne (Liège), Du texte littéraire au document: les connexions entre les papyrus littéraires et documentaires grecs et latins
  • 18.00-18.30: Malcolm Choat (Sydney), Stichometry and scribal practice in documentary texts from Roman Egypt
  • 18.30-19.00: Francesca Maltomini (Florence), Use and reuse of papyrus rolls: Some bibliological matters
  • 19.00-19.30: Serena Ammirati (Cassino), Marco Fressura (Rome), Tipologie del glossario bilingue antico: Paleografia, bibliologia, codicologia


    9.00-11.00: Plenary session: Literary papyrology

  • 9.00-9.30: Guglielmo Cavallo (Rome), La papirologia letteraria tra bibliologia e paleografia. Un consuntivo del passato e uno sguardo verso il futuro
  • 9.30-10.00: Peter van Minnen (Cincinnati), From Posidippus to Palladas and beyond: What have literary papyri done for us?
  • 10.00-10.30: Jerzy Danielewicz (Poznañ), Early Greek lyric and Hellenistic epigram: New evidence from recently published papyri
  • 10.30-11.00: Dirk Obbink (Oxford), New prose and other texts

        11.00-11.30: Coffee break

    11.30-14.00: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Christian literary texts on papyri: continuation

  • 11.30-12.00: Emanuele Castelli (Heidelberg), At the beginning there was no title. Genesis and history of Gospel titles in the light of the earliest Greek manuscript evidence and the most ancient patristic sources
  • 12.00-12.30: Julia Lougovaya, (Heidelberg), Alexander Lifshits (Moscow), Rodney Ast (Heidelberg), Codex Tischendorfianus I, recovered and revisited
  • 12.30-13.00: Christoffer Theis, (Heidelberg), Koptische Bibeltexte aus der Papyrussammlung der Universität Heidelberg und ihr Einsatz in Magie
  • 13.00-13.30: Jitse H.F. Dijkstra (Ottawa), The 'Alexandrian World Chronicle' reconsidered: Place in the Late Antique chronicle traditions, date and historical implications

    Room B ("Edfu"): Documents from Late Roman - Early Arab Egypt and from Nubia

  • 11.30-12.00: Anne Boud'hors (Paris), Apprendre à lire et à écrire: deux nouveaux documents coptes
  • 12.00-12.30: Jennifer Cromwell (Sydney), An 8th century Coptic testament in two copies: Examination of the process of duplication and the reasons behind it
  • 12.30-13.00: Gesa Schenke (Leiden), Rashid ibn Chaled and the return of overpayments made into the state treasury
  • 13.00-13.30: Alexandros Tsakos (Bergen), The Greek manuscripts discovered at the monastery of Qasr el Wizz, Lower Nubia

    Room C ("Petra"): Roman Egypt

  • 11.30-12.00: Livia Capponi (Newcastle-upon-Tyne), C. Calpurnius Proculus and Greek stenography under Augustus
  • 12.00-12.30: Yousry Deyab (Assiut), Laissez-passers in the light of documentary evidence from Mons Claudianus 98-117 A.D.
  • 12.30-13.00: Dorota Dzierzbicka (Warsaw - New York), How much wine for the wolf? Wine supply for the Roman army in Egypt
  • 13.00-13.30: Anna Maria Kaiser (Vienna), Die numeri Dacorum und Sextodalmatarum in Ägypten

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Literacy, script, books: continuation

  • 11.30-12.00: Francisca Pordomingo (Salamanca), Scriptio plena vs. élision dans les papyrus littéraires: les papyrus ptolémaiques avec des textes poétiques
  • 12.00-12.30: Enrico Emanuele Prodi (Oxford), Titles and metrical markers in the papyri of choral lyric
  • 12.30-13.00: Chiara Martis (Cagliari), Sistemi di correzione nei papiri letterari greco-egizi. Considerazioni preliminari
  • 13.00-13.30: Tomasz P³óciennik (Warsaw), Latin papyri from Qasr Ibrim - palaeographic aspects
  • 13.30-14.00: Gabriel Nocchi Macedo (Liège), Paleographic and contextual observations on the Juvenal fragment from Antinopolis

        14.00-15.00: Lunch break

    15.00-17.00: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Literary papyri: post-classical poetry

  • 15.00-15.30: Valeria Tezzon (Berlin), The sympotic songs of Elephantine P. Berol. 13270 (MP3 1924: LDAB 6927): a new proposal
  • 15.30-16.00: Jan Kwapisz (Warsaw), P. Heid. inv. G 310a revisited: Hellenistic sotadeans, hexameters, and more?
  • 16.00-16.30: Marco Perale (Oxford), A Hellenistic astronomical poem from Oxyrhynchus
  • 16.30-17.00: Paul Schubert (Geneva), Anoubion, poète élégiaque et astrologue

    Room B ("Edfu"): Arabic papyri

  • 15.00-15.30: Ursula Bsees (Vienna), A document with "mixed formulae?" Going deeper into APEL V 339 verso (P. Cair. Eg. Lib. Inv. 885 verso)
  • 15.30-16.00: Naim Vanthieghem (Brussels), Les papyrus arabes de Strasbourg
  • 16.00-16.30: Hazem Hussein Abbas Ali (Beni Suef), Words and phrases of Arabic papyri: Are they systematic?
  • 16.30-17.00: Abd el-Latif Hassan Afandy (King Saud University, Saudi Arabia), Investigation and conservation for some Arabic papyri housed in Ain Shams University, Egypt

    Room C ("Petra"): Roman Egypt

  • 15.00-15.30: Christian-Jürgen Gruber (Vienna), Wie lange waren Eklogistai im Amt und wie war die Nachfolge geregelt?
  • 15.30-16.00: Thomas Kruse (Vienna), Zu den Kompetenzen des administrativen Hilfspersonals der enchorischen Beamten im römischen Ägypten
  • 16.00-16.30: Brendan Haug (Yale University), The topography of the Late Antique Fayyum

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Literacy, script, books: continuation

  • 15.00-15.30: Danai Bafa (London), Hybrid literary scripts in Late Antiquity
  • 15.30-16.00: Nathan Carlig (Liège), Symboles et abréviation chrétiens dans les papyrus littéraires grecs à contenu profane (IVe-VIIe siècles)
  • 16.00-16.30: Antonia Sarri (Heidelberg), Handshifts in letters

        17.00-17.30: Coffee break

    17.30-19.30: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Literary papyri: orators

  • 17.30-18.00: Francesca De Robertis (Bari), P. Mich. Inv. 918 e la tradizione della Terza Filippica di Demostene
  • 18.00-18.30: Rosa Otranto (Bari), Esegesi demostenica su papiro: P. Lit. Lond. 179
  • 18.30-19.00: Maroula Salemenou (Athens), Survey on the authenticity of documents in Demosthenes, De corona (Or. 18)
  • 19.00-19.30: Rosalia Hatzilambrou (Athens), Hypotheses to oratorical texts on papyrus

    Room B ("Edfu"): Papyri from the Roman period: continuation

  • 17.30-18.00: Panagiota Sarischouli (Thessaloniki), BKT IX 158 revisited: Not a prose fragment but an extract from judicial proceedings
  • 18.00-18.30: Tasha Dobbin-Bennett (Yale University), A new vestis militaris tax receipt
  • 18.30-19.00: Hélène Cuvigny (Paris), Frumentum Praeteritum

    Room C ("Petra"): Late Roman - Early Arab Egypt

  • 17.30-18.00: Sofie Remijsen (Mannheim), Christianization of the rhythm of life? On Sundays in Late Antique papyri
  • 18.00-18.30: Pawe³ Nowakowski (Warsaw), The so-called Asian saints in Egypt. The Egyptian and Asian patterns of selective transmission of cult
  • 18.30-19.00: Marek Jankowiak (Oxford), Paschal letters of the early Islamic period: The Miaphysites and the Chalcedonians in the first decades after the Arab conquest
  • 19.00-19.30: Yaacov Lev (Ramat Gan, Israel), Egypt's rural world in transition from Byzantine to Muslim rule

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Juristic papyrology

  • 17.30-18.00: Schafik Allam (Tübingen), Hiring and buying a donkey in Pharaonic Egypt
  • 18.00-18.30: Joachim Hengstl (Marburg), Noch einmal: zum Erfahrungsprofil des Apostels Paulus aus rechtshistorischer Sicht
  • 18.30-19.00: Anna Dolganov (Princeton), Loan-marriages and deposit-dowries: Legal strategy under Roman rule
  • 19.00-19.30: Jakub Urbanik (Warsaw), It's easier for a camel…: emphyteusis between the economy of Heaven and Earth


    9.00-10.30: Plenary session: Juristic papyrology

  • 9.00-9.30: Joseph Mélèze Modrzejewski (Paris), Modèles classiques des lois ptolémaiques
  • 9.30-10.00: José Luis Alonso (San Sebastian), The status of Graeco-Egyptian law under Roman rule
  • 10.00-10.30: Tonio Sebastian Richter (Leipzig), Juristic papyrology: Coptic documents

        10.30-11.00: Coffee break

    11.00-13.30: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Literary papyri: drama, prose. Education

  • 11.00-11.30: Fjodor Montemurro (Bari), P. Berol. 5514 re-examined: Textual and exegetical problems in Euripides, Melanippe Desmotis, fr. 495 Kannicht
  • 11.30-12.00: Natascia Pellé (Lecce), Frammenti delle Historiae di Tucidide su rotoli riutilizzati: uno studio bibliologico e paleografico
  • 12.00-12.30: María Paz López Martínez (Alicante); Consuelo Ruiz Montero (Murcia), The Parthenope's novel: P. Berol. 7927 + 9588 + 21179 revisited
  • 12.30-13.00: Daniela Colomo (Oxford), A handbook for teaching declamation: PSI II 148 + P. Lond. Lit. 140 + P. Oxy. Inv. 115/A(22)b
  • 13.00-13.30: Amin Benaissa (Oxford), A 'writing practice' with echoes of Roman law against *rapina*?

    Room B ("Edfu"): Medical papyri

  • 11.00-11.30: W. Benjamin Henry (London), Two medical poets on papyrus
  • 11.30-12.00: Ann Ellis Hanson (Yale University), Greek into Latin: The prominence of papyri of medical content
  • 12.00-12.30: Antonio Ricciardetto (Liège), Inventaire et typologie des listes grecques et latines d'ingrédients pharmaceutiques conservées sur papyrus, ostracon et tablette (IIIe s. av. J.-Chr.-VIIe s. apr. J.-Chr.)
  • 12.30-13.00: Anna Monte (Berlin), Un problema senza tempo: ricette del farmacologo Heras contro la caduta dei capelli su un papiro berlinese
  • 13.00-13.30: Isabella Bonati (Parma), Between text and context: P. Oslo II 54 reconsidered

    Room C ("Petra"): Late Roman - Early Arab Egypt

  • 11.00-11.30: Alexandra Jesenko (Vienna), Die topoteretai im spätantiken und früharabischen Ägypten
  • 11.30-12.00: Sven Tost (Vienna), Polizeiliche Erzwingungs- und Verwaltungsstäbe im spätantiken Ägypten
  • 12.00-12.30: Matthias Stern (Vienna), "Das Gefängnis eures berühmten Hauses" - Welche Gefängnisse kontrolliert der Pagarch?
  • 12.30-13.00: Sophie Kovarik (Cologne), Die Pagarchen des Arsinoites und die Familie der Apionen
  • 13.00-13.30: Usama Gad (Cairo - Heidelberg), Who was who in Byzantine Oxyrhynchus (P. Cair. SR 3049/56)

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Juristic papyrology

  • 11.00-11.30: Alissa Abrams (Yale University), Legal heterogeneity in Ptolemaic Egypt
  • 11.30-12.00: Carlos Sánchez-Moreno Ellart (Valencia), Gerichtsakten in der Sammlung der Universität Trier
  • 12.00-12.30: Rob Kugler (Portland), Judean legal reasoning in P. Polit. Iud. 3-5: A research report
  • 12.30-13.00: François Gerardin (Yale University), On the stipulation clause in the papyri before 212 AD: P. Oxy. VI 905, P. Dura 31 and the Babatha archive

        13.30-15.00: Lunch break

    15.00-17.00: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Subliterary texts

  • 15.00-15.30: Giuseppe Ucciardello (Messina), New light on P. Strasb. Gr. 1406-1409
  • 15.30-16.00: Francisca A.J. Hoogendijk (Leiden), An oracular papyrus from Kellis
  • 16.00-16.30: Irene Pajón Leyra (Spain), A walking dead in an Oxyrhynchus papyrus?
  • 16.30-17.00: Luigi Prada (Oxford), P. Oxy. XXXI 2607: An oneirocriticon in the context of Graeco-Egyptian literary production

    Room B ("Edfu"): Egyptian temples and their archives

  • 15.00-15.30: Carolin Arlt (Würzburg), Temple documents from Ptolemaic Soknopaiou Nesos
  • 15.30-16.00: Marie-Pierre Chaufray (Würzburg), Accounts of the temple of Soknopaios in Roman Dime
  • 16.00-16.30: Markus Resel (Vienna), Zahlungsanweisungen aus dem Tempel des Soknobkonneus in Bakchias. Edition von Texten aus Berkeley, Harvard und Bolton
  • 16.30-17.00: Kevin Funderburk (Philadelphia), Priests facing the Roman regime: Debt, land, and the urban - rural divide

    Room C ("Petra"): Late Roman - Early Arab Egypt: Aphrodito and Thebes

  • 15.00-15.30: Florence Lemaire (Paris), Aurelius Phoibammôn son of Triadelphos revisited
  • 15.30-16.00: Isabelle Marthot (Paris), L'irrigation des terres du village d'Aphrodite à l'époque byzantine
  • 16.00-16.30: Lajos Berkes (Heidelberg), Village administration in Jeme
  • 16.30-17.00: Richard Burchfield (Sydney), Theban monasteries in their social and economic environment

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Juristic papyrology

  • 15.00-15.30: Fara Nasti (Cassino), The complete edition of Papyrus Hauniensis de legatis et fideicommissis and the transmission of jurisprudential fragmenta outside the Corpus iuris
  • 15.30-16.00: Maria Nowak (Warsaw - Geneva), Hereditary rights of the extramarital children in Graeco-Roman Egypt
  • 16.00-16.30: Sofie Waebens (Leuven), P. Bad. IV 72 and the inheritance problems of soldiers' illegitimate children in Roman Egypt
  • 16.30-17.00: Elizabeth Buchanan (Oxford), Holy burial offerings and prayers for the dead

        17.00-17.30: Coffee break

    17.30-19.30: Parallel sessions

    Room A ("Herculaneum"): Acta Alexandrinorum

  • 17.30-18.00: Ari Bryen (Morgantown), More on the Acta Alexandrinorum
  • 18.00-18.30: Chris Rodriguez (Paris), Le cri d'une victime de la tyrannie: la théâtralisation des débats dans les Acta Appiani
  • 18.30-19.00: Natalia Vega Navarrete (Cologne), Acta Appiani: Gerüchte über den kaiserlichen Hof in Alexandria

    Room B ("Edfu"): Letters in the papyri

  • 17.30-18.00: Amaia Goñi Zabalegui (Salamanca), Completing the dialogue: Private letters addressed to women from Roman Egypt
  • 18.00-18.30: Anastasia Maravela (Oslo), New light on early Christian letters of recommendation
  • 18.30-19.00: Eleonora Conti (Florence), Una lettera privata in scrittura libraria

    Room C ("Petra"): Fayum villages: Karanis

  • 17.30-18.00: Arthur Verhoogt (Ann Arbor), Karanis granary C123: Current research and future perspectives
  • 18.00-18.30: W. Graham Claytor (Ann Arbor), The "Threshold Archive" of Karanis
  • 18.30-19.00: Fatma E. Hamouda (Mansoura), "Boule-Papyri" from Karanis
  • 19.00-19.30: Eman Aly Sleem (Cairo), Psenharpsenesis, a fertile area at Karanis

    Room D ("Oxyrhynchus"): Juristic papyrology

  • 17.30-18.00: Michael Meerson (Princeton), Mother's guardianship and caretaking for minors
  • 18.00-18.30: Marzena Wojtczak (Warsaw), Legal aspects of dispute resolution in Late Antiquity - the case of P. Mich. XIII 659
  • 18.30-19.00: Aneta Skalec (Warsaw), The wall - BGU VIII 1844 reconsidered


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