1: T. V. Evans: Introduction I. Linguistic Change and Diversity 2: J. A. L. Lee: Auxiliary thelo 3: W. Clarysse: Linguistic Diversity in the Archive of the Engineers Kleon and Theodoros 4: T. V. Evans: Identifying the Language of the Individual in the Zenon Archive 5: R. Luiselli: Authorial Revision of Linguistic Style in Greek Papyrus Letters and Petitions (AD I-IV) 6: M. Leiwo: Imperatives and Other Directives in the Greek Letters from Mons Claudianus 7: M. Depauw: Do Mothers Matter? The Emergence of Matronymics in Early Roman Egypt 8: P. James: Variations in Complementation to Impersonal verba declarandi in Greek Papyri from the Roman and Byzantine Periods 9: P. Kruschwitz: Romanes eunt domus! Linguistic Aspects of the Sub-Literary Latin in Pompeiian Wall Inscriptions 10: H. Halla-aho: Linguistic Varieties and Language Level in Latin Non-Literary Letters II. Language Content 11: B. Muhs: Language Change and Personal Names in Early Ptolemaic Egypt 12: I. Rutherford: Bilingualism in Roman Egypt: Exploring the Archive of Phatres of Narmuthis 13: E. Dickey: Latin Influence and Greek Request Formulae 14: P. Filos: Greek Papyri and the Coining of Greek-Latin Hybrid Compounds 15: A. Maravela-Solbakk: Vina fictitia from Latin into Greek: The Evidence of the Papyri 16: F. Schironi: Lexical Translations in the Papyri: Koine Greek, Greek Dialects, and Foreign Languages III. General 17: S.E. Porter & M. O'Donnell: Building and Examining Linguistic Phenomena in a Corpus of Representative Papyri
T. V. Evans is Lecturer in the Department of Ancient History, Macquarie University, Sydney. D. D. Obbink is Tutor in Greek Literature, Christ Church, and University Lecturer in Papyrology and Greek Literature, Oxford.
the book is a valuable point of reference for classicists and
papyrologists who want to be informed of the progress that has
already taken place thanks to technology, and who, at the same
time, search for new ways to approach the papyrological evidence. *
Amphilochios Papathomas, Tyche *
a treasure trove for the specialist and a nice piece of reading for everybody with some classical background who is interested in the - everyday - world of the papyri. * Thomas J. Kraus, Expository Times *