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The following texts are Greek in whole or part: I 2 (parchment), 29; II 123, 130, 148, 180—182, 203—204, 286—289, 296—300, 308, 315, 345—346, 355—356, 361, 374—375, 381, 383, 386—394, 408 (papyri).

Republished in UPZ II 205—207, 214—215, 217—221, 226—228.

Not all the texts are edited or reprinted in full and they are not numbered serially.= , ed.

This new instance of the Checklist is a work in progress. Cowey (Heidelberg), Mark Depauw (Leuven), Alain Delattre (Brussels), Robert Maxwell (BYU), Paul Heilporn (Strasbourg), volume editors, and others, sometimes including the wider papyrological community (via papylist).

Most of the data already supersede those of the previous site. This latest carries forward the spirit of openness and collaboration that they championed. The quickest way to initiate discussion of updates and abbreviations is to write the papylist, or any one of the individuals named above.

II 30605, 30606, 30619, 31178, 31179 and a Hamburg text originally edited by W. Two further texts have been studied from photographs and provided with transcription, translation and commentary: P.

18—19 and plates 38—41) and a Prague text edited by W.

Copenhagen 1950.= "The Archives of the Temple of Soknobraisis at Bacchias," ed.

Heft 1, Texte; 2, Umschrift und Glossar; 3, Schriftliste.

Further texts published in Anekdotoi philologikoi kai idiôtikoi papyroi, ed.

(Bibliothêkê tês en Athênais Philekpaideutikês Hetaireias 17); reprinted in SB VIII 9860—9862.

(University of Chicago, Decennial Publications, from vol. Includes twelve papyri from the collection of the Rev.