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This article outlines the administrative geography of Egypt under the Graeco-Macedonian regime and as it evolved over the next millennium. This information comes from papyri and ostraca—sources that differ from the material evidence of archaeological finds yet are not so distant from these as literary evidence often is. What makes papyrological texts so informative is their being on the same timescale as the actors involved: their speaking, as it were, in everyday words. There are some downsides as well. Mahaffy's observation applies most aptly to the difficulties we encounter when trying to reconstruct the administrative framework of Graeco-Roman Egypt and having to deal with the intricacies of a territory and its management as it evolved over time and under changing regimes. Keywords: administrative geography , Egypt , archaeological finds , papyrological texts , Mahaffy , Graeco-Macedonian regime.
Maria Rosaria Falivene is Associate Professor of Papyrology, Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, University of Rome Tor Vergata. Access to the complete content.
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Thousands of texts, written over a period of three thousand years on papyri and potsherds, in Egyptian, Greek, Latin, Aramaic, Hebrew, Persian, and other languages, have transformed our knowledge of many aspects of life in the ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern worlds. This book provides an introduction to the world of these ancient documents and literary texts, ranging from the raw materials of writing to the languages used, from the history of papyrology to its future, and from practical help in reading papyri to frank opinions about the nature of the work of papyrologists. It takes account of the important changes experienced by the discipline, especially within the last thirty years. The book includes work by twenty-seven international experts and more than one hundred illustrations. Keywords: papyrology , papyri , potsherds , ancient documents , Egyptian , Greek , Latin , Aramaic , Hebrew , Persian.
Author: Savignago, Lorenza Title: Eisthesis : il sistema dei margini nei papiri dei poeti tragici. Series 1: Minima philologica. Serie greca; 3 Notes: Contains bibliography p. Dewey D. Schwendner PM. Chapter 1 [PDF] For the past hundred years, much has been written about the early editions of Christian texts discovered in the region that was once Roman Egypt.
Keywords: papyrology, papyri, potsherds, ancient documents, Egyptian, Greek, Geography and Administration in Egypt ( BCE– CE)Maria Rosaria.
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