Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Fragmentary Greek Papyri from Gurob in Trinity College Dublin. Volume 1: P. Petrie Cahier 3231

 J. Gilbart Smyly (†) and Willy Clarysse 

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ISBN: 978-94-9060-412-7

Leuven, April 2024, based on a revised version (September 2023) of a 1905-
1948 notebook (Smyly) and a 1969 MA thesis (Clarysse)

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