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Literary Texts in Greek and Coptic on papyrus and parchment contained in the collection of the Museum of Ancient Cultures at Macquarie University

Macquarie University
Dr. Malcolm Choat (Managed by, Owned by) Dr. Trevor Evans (Managed by, Owned by) Karl Van Dyke (Managed by, Owned by) Trevor Vivian Evans (Managed by, Owned by)
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Owned by the Museum of Ancient Cultures, Macquarie University. Permission must be sought before publishing images of this collection.
http://papyri.mq.edu.au/pages/legal

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Low resolution images are available via the website below for downloading. Researchers may apply to Trevor Evans, the chair of the Macquarie Papyri R&D Committee to request access to high-resolution versions of the images. Please apply via the website or email shown below. Physical access rights only by permission of the director of the Ancient Cultures Museum AND the chair of Macquarie Papyri R&D Committee. Please Apply via the website or email shown below.
http://papyri.mq.edu.au/pages/about

Contact Information

todo@papyri.mq.edu.au

Building X5B Level 3
Macquarie University
NSW 2109
Australia

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The Museum of Ancient Cultures at Macquarie University, Sydney, holds some 700 papyri, mainly in Greek, but also in other languages and scripts, such as Demotic and Coptic (Egyptian). Most are written on papyrus, but the collection also includes some texts on ostraca (potsherd), parchment, and wood. The collection includes 24 literary texts of various genres, both Christian and classical, written in Greek and Coptic, on papyrus and parchment. These come from Egypt and date to the Ptolemaic, Roman, Late Roman, and Early Islamic period.

Data time period: Ptolemaic, Roman, Late Roman, and Early Islamic period

Spatial Coverage And Location

text: Egypt