Yale Classical Studies volume XXVIII is devoted to papyrology,
which celebrated its centenary as a branch of classical studies in
the eighties. The volume embraces all the principal facets of
papyrological study: editions and re-editions of texts and papers -
ranging from brief pieces to comprehensive studies - in the many
areas of classical antiquity in which our knowledge has been so
immeasurably enriched by the discovery and decipherment of Greek
and Latin papyri, viz. language, government, social and economic
history, law and private life. Some of the papers also have
interdisciplinary ramifications and the international co-operation
that has characterised papyrology from its inception is here
readily apparent in the names, different languages and
institutional affiliations of the contributors.
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