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Das Aktenbuch des Aurelios Philammon : Prozessberichte, Annona militaris und Magie in BGU IV 1024-1027 /
neu bearbeitet von Günter Poethke, Sebastian Prignitz und Veit Vaelske.
imprint
Berlin : De Gruyter, 2012.
description
viii, 156 p., xx p. of plates : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9783110282764 (hd.bd.)
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imprint
Berlin : De Gruyter, 2012.
isbn
9783110282764 (hd.bd.)
language note
Introduction and commentaries in German; text of Philammon's reports in ancient Greek with parallel translation into German.
catalogue key
10339088
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summaries
Main Description
1904 hatte Wilhelm Schubart mit nur knappem Kommentar unter dem Titel Aus einem Aktenbuche die am besten erhaltenen Texte eines Papyruskodex aus Ägypten veröffentlicht. Unter diesen befinden sich Prozessberichte, Quittungen zur römischen Heeresversorgung, ein amtliches Mahnschreiben und Zaubertexte. Die Seiten mit listenartigen Aufstellungen blieben unberücksichtigt. Ihre Erstbearbeitung ergibt in Verbindung mit der Neubearbeitung und Kommentierung aller Texte entscheidende Aussagen über den inneren Zusammenhang und insbesondere über den Urheber des Kodex.
Main Description
In 1904 Wilhelm Schubart published the best-preserved texts from anEgyptian papyrus codex. These papyri include reports of legal actions, receipts for provisions requisitioned for the Roman army, an official collection letter, and texts dealing with magic. The pages containing lists are edited here for the first time and all other texts are presented in revised editions with commentary.
Main Description
In 1904, with only the briefest commentary, Wilhelm Schubart published the best-preserved texts from anEgyptian papyrus codex under the title Aus einem Aktenbuche (From a File). These papyri include reports of legal actions, receipts for provisions requisitioned for the Roman army, an official collection letter, and texts dealing with magic. The pages containing lists are edited here for the first time and all other texts are presented in revised editions with commentary.
Main Description
In 1904, with only the briefest commentary, Wilhelm Schubart published the best-preserved texts from anEgyptian papyrus codex under the title Aus einem Aktenbuche (From a File). These papyri include reports of legal actions, receipts for provisions requisitioned for the Roman army, an official collection letter, and texts dealing with magic. The pages containing lists, whichwere not included in the initial publication, are edited here for the first time and all other texts are presented in revised editions with commentary. Together, they provide crucial insights into the internal coherence of the file and further our understanding of its author.
Main Description
In 1904, with only the briefest commentary, Wilhelm Schubart published the text of the best-preserved Egyptian papyrus codex under the title Aus einem Aktenbuche (From a File). These papyri include reports of legal proceedings, receipts for provisions requisitioned for the Roman army, an official collection letter, and texts dealing with magic. While the pages containing lists were not included in the initial publication, they are included here with revised editions and commentary about all the texts, thus providing us with crucial insights regarding their interrelationships, and, in particular, about the author of the codex.

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