PAPYRI

GREEK & EGYPTIAN
E D I T E D BY V A R I O U S H A N D S IN H O N O U R OF

ERIC GARDNER TURNER
ON THE O C C A S I O N OF HIS

SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY (P. Turner)

Graeco-Roman Memoirs, No. 68

PUBLISHED FOR THE BRITISH ACADEMY
BY THE

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PREFACE
No scholar of this generation has done more for papyrology, and for the international collaboration of which papyrologists have always been proud, than Eric Turner. Accordingly, some fifty of his colleagues from some ten different countries have collaborated to honour him with a collection of papyrus texts. The volume is offered to him, on his seventieth birthday, with all respect and affection. The General Editors record their thanks to the contributors; to Mrs Helen Cockle, for compiling the bibliography and the Greek indexes; to Dr W. J. Tait and Dr C. C. Walters, for making the demotic and Coptic indexes ; to the Egypt Exploration Society, which has published the volume; and to the managers, readers, and compositors of the Oxford University Press, who have produced so handsome a book with such exemplary speed. P. J. PARSONS J. R. REA
General Editors, Graeco-Roman Memoirs September rgSo

HOMERKOMMENTAR? (11-12) (e) GLOSSAIRE HOMERIQUE (13) (i) Forms Glossed (ii) Glosses (ƒ) MEDICAL CATECHISM (14) EMPERORS AND REGNAL YEARS CONSULS AND INDICTIONS (a) Consuls (b) Indictions MONTHS AND DAYS (a) Months (b) Days 213 213 214 215 216 216 217 217 217 . V. v ix xi xi xii xiii NEW LITERARY TEXTS (1-6) EXTANT LITERARY TEXT (7) SUB-LITERARY TEXTS (8-14) i 31 35 IV. (a) PROSIMETRIC NARRATIVE (8) (b) BÜCHERVERZEICHNIS (9) (c) INNO CRISTIANO AL NlLO (10) III. NEW LITERARY TEXTS (a) HESIOD (1) (i) ARISTOPHANES AND MENANDER (4-6) SuB-LlTERARY TEXTS 207 209 210 211 212 II. (d) MYTHOLOGISCHE ERZÄHLUNG. IV. III.CONTENTS PREFACE TABLE OF PAPYRI LIST OF PLATES NUMBERS AND PLATES LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS AND ITEM NUMBERS BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ERIC GARDNER TURNER TEXTS I. II. DOCUMENTARY TEXTS (15-55) INDEXES 75 I.

XII. VII. X. GENERAL INDEX OF GREEK WORDS XV. etc. (A) Villages. Toparchies. TRADES. . XIV. Nomes. Cities. XI. XIII. etc. AND OCCUPATIONS MEASURES (a) Weights and Measures (b) Money TAXES DEMOTIC (a) Dating (b) Personal Names (c) Geographical (rf) Religion (e) General Index of Words COPTIC (a) Coptic Words (b) Greek Words 217 222 223 223 223 223 224 224 224 225 225 225 225 234 234 234 234 234 235 236 VIII. (c) Tribes and Denies (d) Miscellaneous RELIGION (a) Pagan (A) Christian OFFICIAL AND MILITARY TERMS AND TITLES PROFESSIONS. IX. PERSONAL NAMES GEOGRAPHICAL (a) Countries.CONTENTS VI.

D. 6th cent.D.D. Manumission and Tax T. Smith. A. C. 69 A. 4. Parsons. A. Pearl dence c. /Tbi'r/cic Menander. Letter from a Soldier H. 131 A. NEW L I T E R A R Y TEXTS 1.D. J. 113 99 102 107 22 Dec. Glossaire homérique 14 Medical Catechism M.L. Inno cristiano al Nilo 11. Phaedrus 233E234B A. Haslam H. W.D. E. 35 45 49 63 65 66 72 IV.D. Omar land 22. and H. Bücherverzeichnis 10.D. EXTANT L I T E R A R Y TEXT 7.D. A. Sijpesteijn. 20 21 Late 2nd cent. W. 30 II. 2. Oafc P. Koenen. Repayment of Loan W. ist cent. Worp S. Ricevuta di sitologoi C. A. J. A.D. Cockle 18. Roberts 2nd cent. J.D. Earlier 41(1 cent. Lobel S. A.TABLE OF PAPYRI I. Schwartz L. Envoi de dépositions J. 25 Earlier 3rd cent. 142 C.? Late 2nd cent. Mythologische Erzählung (Kyane) 12. A. K. IOI A. A. ? Late and cent. D O C U M E N T A R Y TEXTS 15. A. P.L I T E R A R Y TEXTS 8. Maehler M. C. 23 2nd~3rd cent.D. Alcaeus Simonides Aristophanes. A. A. S.D. 29 Oct. 84-96 2 Feb. W. A.D. A. Demotic Letter H. Daris E. Handley C. Cockle 19. Müller J. Prosimetric Narrative 9. Müller W. Manfredi W. S U B . M. 144/5 "4 .D. 75 80 83 89 93 A. 2nd cent. A.C. A. Scherer 17. III. Stephens E. Sklavenkauf aus Side D. 5. Plato. Gallazzi 21.D.D. 6. 22O B. 3. Skeat Receipt 20. Earlier 3rd cent. A. Youtie 2nd cent.D.C. C. Homerkommentar ? 13. Hagedorn 23. S. Official CorresponO. H. Carlini 2nd cent. Tait 16. H. Abtretung von Staats.D.D. KtSaptcrqc Menander. M. Hesiod.350-275 B-cC. A. B.

A.D.D. 10 April A. A.D.D. M.D.D. 2 0 I . 3rd cent. Petition to the Peacekeepers 43. Montevecchi G. Petition to the ActingEpistrategos 35. A. 6th-7th cent. A. A. Bingen J. Mietangebot auf ein Haus 38. A. 134? After A. Hagedorn C. 572 Late 6th cent.D. Biezunska-Malowist. A. Nelson H.D. Gilliam E.D. Lewis E. Bid for Confiscated Property 25. A. Petition? 28.D.D. Registrazione di sos tanze 48. 160 163 166 167 172 175 177 181 187 189 191 192 194 198 203 .D. 148-54 119 28 Dec. Emancipation of a Slave 27.D.D.D. 216 147 148 May-June A. Shelton A. A. Parâssoglou Z. Bagnall G. 195. Borkowski R. Christian Amulet 50-53. C. F. Reçu de paiement partiel de fermage 34. List of Priests 29-30. 17 Oct.D. Lease of Fishing Rights 26. A. A. F. Conto di paglia 49. A.D. 211 25 Dec.D. 374 4th cent. Swiderkowna U. Hübner 0. S. A. Petition to a Prefect 45.I I 129 131 132 139 13 Mar. H.D.(?) A. Malleveria 55.D. 4th cent. Bastianini G.D.TABLE OF PAPYRI 24. A.D. A. 193-8 123 126 2nd cent A. Letter of the Praeftctus Aniwnae Alexandria« 46. 5th-6th cent.D. R. 27O 154 155 157 A. Pintaudi R. Order to Arrest 47. 331/2 c. A. Two Tax Documents 33. A. Rea J. Report of a Taxcollector 37. Youtie J. Bulow-Jacobsen N.D. H. Gilliam A. K. Browne A. Coptic Letter 41. Hanson A. and J. Samuel J. 3rd cent.D. 209 A. Two Antinoite Birth Certificates 31-32.D. Four Receipts for Tin and Lead 54. 235 or 267 21 Aug. A. M. 274/5 or 280/1 3rd cent. D. Lukaszewicz R. C. Inventarliste 40. A. Thomas G. E. 222 A. 4th cent. Brashear R. 3rd cent. Bowman D. H. Pintaudi W. c. 161 A. Private Letter 44. Receipt for Rent 36.D. Poethke 1. A.D. 3rd cent. A. Sale of a Slave Eingabe betreffend einen geflohenen Sklaven 42. Richiestaperl'epikrisis 39. and J.

7. 4. i XV. 1+2 Ifr. III.48 XIX. 45 IV.41 XVIII. 40. ii XVI. 19 IX.20 VIII. 25. II. 1+2 I 25 27 28 30 31 32 XI XI XI fr-3 fr. 22 X. 44 XX. 14. ii 37 39 40 41 44 45 VII X XVI XVII XVII XIX XX VIII VII 20 22 23 IX X 47 48 XVIII XVIII .9 VI. 3 1 fr. 18. i col.23 N U M B E R S A N D PLATES 1 frr.LIST OF PLATES I. 47. 5 XI. 16.15 VII. 4. 37. 8 V. 28 XII. 30 XIII. 31. 27. 34 col.4 4 5 7 8 9 14 15 16 18 19 II III III III V IV XII XIII XIII XIV XV XVI V VI VI 34 col. 34 col.39 XVII. 1 frr.32 XIV.

Youtie 10 38 11-12 42 21 35 1 23 47-48 39 44 6 31-32 16 13 45 1 19 15 4 40 15 34 1 14. Pintaudi G. Roberts D. Bingen Z. S. Bowman W. Shelton P. M. F.43 14 20 27-28 27-28 22 41 5 24 8 37 21 26 3 46 9 . Swiderkówna W. H. E. S. Pearl R. J. C. Scherer J. Bastianini I. K. Brashear G. Carlini H. Gallazzi E. Sijpesteijn T. Thomas K. Omar G. Bagnall G. H. A. Samuel J. Müller C. A. J. Koenen N. Montevecchi W. Browne A. R. Worp H. C. W. Tait J.LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS AND ITEM NUMBERS R. Gilliam D. Lewis E. D. H. Dans C. Haslam R. Nelson S. C. M. Youtie L. Bulow-Jacobsen A. W. Parâssoglou P. A. Hübner L. Hanson M. Stephens A. Handley A. M. Hagedorn U. Borkowski A. Maehler 50-53 54 40 33 36 29-30 49 55 25 7 18 17 2 M. C. Gilliam J. H. Poethke J. Skeat H. Hagedorn E. Parsons O. Biezuhska-Malowist J. J. M. Manfredi O. Lobel A. Rea C. E. Lukaszewicz H. Smith S. Cockle W. Schwartz J. Cockle S.

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5 cm.I. ii (inv. Roberts. i 11. written height 27 cm. W. van Groningen recognized the text as part of the Hesiodic Catalogue of Women . we offer a first publication of these pieces to Eric Turner. 504)+fr. i (inv. H. Greek Literary Hands. 2 (inv. Turner. So far as we can determine from published photographs. with a height of at least 34 cm. Upper margin 2.) col. Pestman. van Groningen. 502-9 fr. There were originally eight fragments. in the hope that he will find something of interest both in the content and in the format. 2 and fr. I3b) and assigned to the 1 On the heights of rolls. A. fr.5 cm . ii+fr. 4 (inv. G. ii= fr. p. frr.1 The writing runs parallel with the fibres. 2 at the level of line 41 (see plate). But in 51-2 and 55 the sense. We have not detected any sheet-joins. see E. 3 col.2 to be compared with the London Hyperides (C. i = fir. 508). 11 MW. i (= inv. Recto and Verso 61. G. NEW L I T E R A R Y TEXTS I 'HESIOD'.2 x 34 cm Second century AH Plates I-IH Among the papyri acquired by the Leiden Papyrological Institute in 1971 there were several fragments which obviously belonged to one and the same roll. These have been reduced by combination to four. inv. ii . as lines 83-9 or thereabouts. i. iii. P. but that is too much). Fr. That col. and the overlap with Hes. The back is blank. lower margin 4. 507^) remains isolated . i is strongly suggested by the content (the marriage of Perimede occurs at the foot of col. This was a magnificent roll. (There is no physical join between fr. Director of the Leiden Institute. and the widths of their sheets. make the alignment absolutely certain. iii follows immediately on col. The hand is a fine example of the 'informa] round' type. 502). PwatKOJv KaraXoyoc PLeid. minimum intercolumnium 3-3. 509+506+505+503) col. /b . with more than a hundred lines of writing: col. her descendants in the upper part of col. Greek Manuscripts of the Ancient World. Now. Prof. iii = fr. 3 col. Of these. ii is guaranteed by the physical join. and confirmed by a plausible though by no means certain fibre-join between fr. i col. and columns of 37 or 38 lines. we suspect that it belongs in the upper part of col. I col. no. 1-3 represent three consecutive columns. and of Prof. this branch of the family must have occupied sixty lines. ii follows immediately on col.8 cm. 24. by the generous permission of Prof. Turner. Typology of the Early Codex 48 . B. i and fr. * E. That col. if a whole column is missing in between. 3. but circumstances forced him to give up the idea of publishing it. there is no other fragment of the Catalogue written by this scribe.

Satyrs. M. 38. not Book v. 52) and elision-marks (47). 51.a NEW LITERARY TEXTS second century. and Pisidice (99) . Aeolus. Cults. 51. 1-19. fr. he corrected small-scale errors and omissions (10. He generally adds movable nu at line-ends (48. or 'Hesiod' used the phrase twice. Mylhs. and at the same time legitimate in advance the possession of conquered territory. The text itself must come from near the beginning of the Catalogue. 25 ff. its most interesting part. 7). see M. 4 is rightly placed before frr. The scribe always writes iota adscript when required. Oracles and Politics (1951. fr. exceptions. fr. and diaereses. 60 ? 70 ?). perhaps added an accent (5?) and an elision-mark (67?). We owe the reference to Dr D. we have conjectured that Dorus himself fathered these daughters. Other correctors followed. 245 MW as from Hesiod ev r]cài ë. n. 89. which combine and so systematize independent genealogies. 1-3. 1-3. 123 MW) . diaereses (47. 1972). and Curetés (a quite unexpected placing of Hes. . 4. 72 . The text carries occasional accents. who read and criticized our first draft. 20-4.1 since it deals with the three sons of Hellen (Hes. Perimede (frr. The Aeolid section gives the history of at least four of the daughters. a clumsy writer with a thick pen and blacker ink. earlier rather than later. Calyce (58). The section about Dorus is the most difficult and interesting : something was said (perhaps) about the arrival of the Dorians in Argos. and the high stops at line-ends. 18. made a mistake. But our papyrus must belong to Book i. with a thin pen and darker ink. seem to be the work of the original scribe. 5) on which Ovid and other later writers were to dwell. 4. 64. 47. 1-3. Clearly the scholiast. if fr. 35). who also corrected errors of his own by overwriting or deletion (34 ftijM. L. though as usual without great confidence.2 The section about Xuthus is significantly brief. 4. added breathings (33. 22 he apparently corrected his own accent. 90?) and added accents (50 . He always omits an elided vowel. West. and contributed a number of valuable readings and supplements. Lewis. something about the five daughters who gave birth to the Nymphs. something about Aegimius. 10. was the story of Alcyone and Ceyx. this continuous narrative overlaps some scattered fragments already known (frr. We can perhaps distinguish three writers. 4). deleted a superfluous letter (49). Err. g MW) : Dorus. 16. Nilsson. 62 = Hes. or his scribe. We record our warm thanks to Prof. 1-3. M4. 245 MW). 1 PRIMI I 17 ii ii (Commentary on Antimachus) apparently quotes fir. most of the elision-marks. Xuthus. M. Alcyone (90). fr. and almost always an elision-mark is written (exception. breathings. 22. 70?. 2 For similar myths. M*. 14. 70?). and wrote the deletionpoints). which already includes the erotic element (fr. Some of these. a dynastic alliance which would serve to link the Dorian Temenids to the pre-Dorian Inachids. 65 ff. noted an omitted line (above 39) and two variants (62). fr. M2 used paler ink and more cursive letter forms. and therefore that he was here married to a daughter of Phoroneus. P.

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4 O.j IOO ^11 L^ S* CT€K* ^y[rt^jO u5 ^^ noceföówjv LAto\icj .[ KO. 'HESIOD'.^ti Fr.. iii 89 .K<àv KaroAoyoc col.e e [ -yoAAófie ] drà âcu/iara i5 vóou ßfß\a^/jxv[ ècöAou jceK <Ï7r' atyA^oaoc *OAiï/iw[oti .Ï TTjV fJifV 770 f [ oA/OJÓV* T] T[ Lvat€t «at [p1 óAiotj [ KpVTTj \_Ky}y£ S* 95 L7raucTat L4A[A]a [AlOC L<f>pdccac&a[i Svj LT77P S* ai? M[vpfju.î..[L. r\mtu.

o or o> .. first anomalous. p.çS. perhaps from right-hand arc of circle. fj. second. before it perhaps traces of oblique descending from left to right (v.g.. <o or more likely o. vertical. perhaps a corrected to e. second. c. .. foot of oblique descending from left to right. points of ink above.[.. damaged o rather than short-mark (seecomm. end of high horizontal. apparently two points of ink at line-level. lower part of vertical. another point of ink higher to the right. *• or r? 15 ].v. o written over some letter beginning with a serifed vertical.. high horizontal. apparently points of ink from the cap of a circular letter (e. KtuptTj. above 0.oi) . first. 32 v. . the acute accent is doubtful. left-hand half of circular letter.. oc.. e. point of ink level with the lettertops. perhaps upper part of circular letter with cross-bar projecting to the right (c.c.<. which might represent. high up. . .. ]. first. IT?). c.[. 5 ] .. 4 ].[. first.. second. S. joining vertical. only the oblique and the right vertical (the oblique apparently too straight for at. top of two verticals. ].[. . * or &. probably right side of IT. second... o or c. vertical. w. ink at half-height. T). *. perhaps accidental. i ]. second. then upright.arcs from top and bottom of a circular letter (c.. 22 (£ej. lower arc of circular letter. or e. 24 ]. trace level with the letter-tops. at). ] . 9 ]. a. high point to the right perhaps accidental (apparently not x). top of oblique sloping down from left to right.. third. we cannot explain the horizontal stroke above the diaeresis (unless the whole group is a damaged circumflex. T.> vertical. foot of vertical. first.[. < or 6. a little under normal line-level. i. ir. .?)... 3]. parts of vertical? 25 ].0. second.. vertical with junction at halfheight (ij. then f or 0..yt first. 8. accidental? . o?) 12 ]. first o or c . extended at the lineend. y. possibly circumflex accent.?) .. 16 ]. another point vertically below. with no sign of a cross-bar.[. perhaps with single vertical at mid-point (i. 2 i]x6ij. joining vertical (v? at etc. J A. K). but the fibres are disturbed. not ink? 6 ]. then point of ink level with the letter-tops. &... . o or c. . perhaps from right-hand arc of circle. 8 and 74).. the cross-bar of« or ij. second... . ].. but then an unexplained point to the left of the vertical). cross-bar and lower arc of e or 0? . [. to) : well below the expected level (papyrus warped?). second. a single point of ink level with the letter-tops... a written above and elision-mark added by Ms. first. vertical with serifed foot. . i i ]. since the fibres are distorted upwards). apparently the top of an L . 23 ]. . vertical. 30 ]. the first trace becomes the right side of a circle. o. foot of vertical.. foot of oblique rising from left to right. second.) . first. T. v. remains of high horizontal to the right . []. 18 ].. point of ink. an acute on the third. first. 19 ]. and lower left arc. . then small trace suitable to loop of p.. indistinct traces. the end of a horizontal level with the letter-tops. second. f. cap of circular letter. serifed foot of upright. ç crossed out.e. a stroke resembling a grave accent. o or ca.[. y or T. first.. level with the letter-tops. cf. parts of two verticals. io]^t. end of horizontal at two-thirds height... a-pyfl.. point or foot of upright at line-level. perhaps a (or A). then foot of vertical. cap of circular letter . o. above the horizontal of«. two verticals. foot of upright .[. first. if it is moved. parts of vertical and high horizontal (y. first. the damaged area could contain a high point. t first perhaps upper stem and loop of p. short horizontal level with the letter-tops. 8 ].. first A or more likely a. [. tiny trace. KCT[). first apparently left end of cross-bar. foot of oblique descending from left to right and joining vertical to right (v. at). curving up to join f.. . 0). top joins high horizontal extending to right. a point of ink on the edge.g. suprascript by MJ.[. 7 ]. above 57. of« or 9. . o. 11 ]üj.. but not a letter. n or T. . °ff.g. 33]. a detached trace which (if one measures upwards from 30) ought to belong to this line. . x) '. 17 ]. two verticals. o.. 27 ]. 29 o.e. tops of two verticals.w.. tips of two obliques suggesting v or \ .. Above and to the right.£. <H.. oblique sloping down from left to right (a. 28 ]T'.. second possibly upper arc of circular letter (*.. c). of v. second. 31 ]. space for a high point. f . foot of an oblique descending from left to right. «. serifed.. two unexplained points. more ink to the right at two-thirds height. to the left of the gap.[. above the Une M 2 has written something.. point of ink or short serif level with the lettertops. accent ( ?) by M*. . to the right scattered ink on damaged fibres. But it is possible that a small piece of papyrus is displaced . parts of the curved back and of a long cross-bar touching 8..ij. first with cross-bar extending rightwards from the top (w? y. A. 14 Perhaps a grave accent on the first trace. serifed foot. a prolonged horizontal.. short horizontal just below the letter-tops (lower than it looks on the photograph.. second. ao .. lower left and upper right arcs of a circle («. elision-mark perhaps by M*. second. apparently serifed foot of vertical. heavy point at line-level. . Ac). 26 ]. top of another vertical joining half-way (ITT. points of ink consistent with a circular letter.10 NEW LITERARY TEXTS Fr. .&> f °r «? 3 ]..7. beginning of high horizontal (e.

. despite appearances. something suprascript above T. first. [. horizontal at linelevel. o or 6.[.. e or $. 34 ] . 47 ijS'vTTo. o or c. perhaps triangular letter (a ?) . . and above. . third. parts of circular letter (« or c ?) . faint traces suggesting & (hardly oy). n-î?[M> above TJ a deletion-point and a circumflex accent corrected to an acute (or vice versa). serifed foot of vertical. remains of descender towards its right end. first. 17. second. perhaps lower left arc of circular letter. but result from surface-damage. diaeresis by M*. crossed out c. v crossed out. .. %• T. diaeresis by M*. vertical. ].... back of rounded letter. 43 TJJV. or v. Aon.. second. o^.... 45 m.. then vertical.. third.. [. descending from left to right. apparently thin upright.. top and foot of vertical ? Go ]. . second perhaps top hook of«. ]. third. . A. 4^-3 On the marginal sign see comm. . perhaps spreading foot of /*. points from lower part of vertical . ï. K. lower part of vertical. M1 ? x. . jjX. cap of circular letter. ii n . ].[?). left end of horizontal level with the letter-tops. p. first trace. .. apparently by the original scribe. 8. 42 KOU. probably p (foot of distinctive long descender) . a. 5.[. p. ]. ÏJT. T&2«]]» M2 wrote the accent.. first. fourth. horizontal level with the letter-tops. parts of vertical with cross-bar projecting to the left at two-thirds height. the papyrus has somehow been impacted..[. 37 . 53 ]. long descender (p or tf). « or 8 14. apparently upper left arc of circle. f""31« ^P °f circular letter. second. perhaps lower right-hand arc of circular letter. short horizontal at line-level.. first.. a point of ink well above the letter-tops. caps of circular letters. 3-3. second. second perhaps left side and upper oblique of c...[. because the fibres have been displaced upwards). serifed foot of vertical. 81.. part of oblique sloping down from left to right. then vertical. feet of two verticals?. tr at the same point in the next line). third.. breathing by M*. foot of oblique. foot of vertical. parts of vertical?. presumably the first part of a very wide TJ (cf. horizontal level with the letter-tops.. 58 ]. .[... circular letter. both by M1. «. end of horizontal level with the tops of letters (y.[. On either side of these traces. above them horizontal level with the letter-tops. perhaps lower arc of circular letter .. 59 ]. cap of e or c. third.TT. JT?) . deleted with two strokes by M4. see comm. 46 [. ].. 38]. then point at line-level. second. first perhaps p.. A. then right end of horizontal with vertical below (together making a very wide TT ?). Last trace 1 apparently two vertical«.[.[. o anomalous. corrected? a.. third. second. deletion-point above.. ]. the papyrus appears to be blank. left-hand side of circular letter? ]. vertical. accent by M . cross-bar extending rightwards from the top (y..[. first.. possibly TT Frr.. second perhaps triangular (5) . horizontal level with the letter-tops. elision-mark. second. second. then vertical. serifed top of vertical (appears somewhat above the line in the photograph. thick oblique rising from left to right. ]. 36 . the blank areas therefore are not original.. probably c.» first. second.. point of ink at middle-height on projecting fibre.. etc. perhaps y.. third and fourth. lower arc of circular letter.[.. probably c. first.. perhaps circular letter. point of ink on the edge at halfheight. then two more such points. 40 First. 39 . i col. Fr. x).. first.. line added by M*. o.1. first. 54 ]. fourth. first. T rather than IT. cap of circular letter... connected to % by horizontal at half-height . Top margin. this and the stem of T then overwritten by M4? .f. second. and diaeresis by M*. above the first letter confused ink most suggesting smooth breathing with circumflex above. point of ink just below line-level... y or T.. joining vertical at line-level (v.. p suprascript (by M*?). first o or c. long horizontal level with the letter-tops. by M 2 ? 35 X-» apparently left side of« or 0.. A has not been crossed out. two traces as from the middle of a triangular letter (a. but the alignment established by the sense in 51-2 makes it clear that 45 was not the first line of the column . third. second. p. a or A. vertical.[. breathing by M* {or M4?).[. ]. cap of e or c. 50 «j^c.. with cross-bar or intersected by the cross-bar of «before. perhaps acute accent.. ].. above and to the right of e a suprascript letter.. oblique descending from left to right .. upright J 9.. f or 0? t. 61 ] . S.. first. ] . point of ink at half-height. T?) . long horizontal level with the letter-tops. TJ. [. some way to the right..[> °» c or w 20. breathing. first. first and second. probably t. 43 rt/t. S. 57 ].). horizontal level with the letter-tops. then first vertical and upper part of oblique of v? There must be three letters here. vertical.[.. accent faint. then point at line-level. 'HESIOD^ FvvaiKÛv KaróXoyoc II oblique descending from left to right. TT. A? 41 7j. 55 c. 49 [[p]]. 52 . first perhaps foot of diagonal sloping up from left to right (but the fibres are disturbed). first. *. two verticals below (ir[? yt.[. 51 ^. 44 . 01. long descender (p or ^).S. 56 ]*-f. added a above. . vertical.

. 107 y. perhaps by Ms (letter-form more cursive).. ]. v ?) . 91 upy'. fourth. first. foot of oblique descending from left to right (together K ?) . tops of two verticals. S. ij. accidental?). third. «. trace of crossbar to right just below the letter-tops. 63 vï. upper left-hand corner of square. vertical. v) . top of vertical. top of vertical. joins vertical which perhaps curves rightward at foot and perhaps had a cross-bar at two-thirds height..[. » first. remains consistent with top and base of circular letter.apoT. . -n ?) . to. second. 5 ]. second. x). some letters suprascript (M1?) and then crossed through? The crossing out. better perhaps to. two verticals. first. 104 St. perhaps remains of top.. 9).. fourth. c. e or c? . Suprascript: o. 92 ay_ . serifed top of vertical. then top of vertical ..[..[. [.e. the accent is a double stroke. „. 6 ~\. may extend well to the left (so that the trace above the first v is part of it).. foot of oblique descending from left to right. 66 3. oblique descending from left to right. vertical . joining next letter. end of horizontal just below letter-tops. i. more space than appears from the photograph. serifed foot at line-level. since the fibres are crushed together.. unexplained horizontal trace above v.[... below the foot of one vertical ( ?) and the lop of a second (i. second..c[. at first sight. top and lower arc of circular letter. or top and left leg of a or A ? . p.. but not apparently diaeresis.. [. 62 ]. perhaps by the original scribe (same thickness and colour of ink). point at line-level . high point of ink. i. 98. T. perhaps 4. upper arc of circular letter..ia NEW LITERÂRT TEXTS lower arc of « or c . Suprascript (by original scribe? or M*?} : ]. first.[].. very short horizontal level with the letter-tops. right-hand end of horizontal. *r. fifth. part of circular letter.. ]f. t. more space than appears from the photograph. vertical? or back of circular letter? 3 ].. 70].[. possibly ô (Ms). .. serifed foot of upright (t ?) . ßXapfi. 71 ]. two points of ink at line-level.. perhaps elision-mark by M* . &. 8. and foot of e or 0 . perhaps remains of cross-bar just below the top (i. lower arc of circular letter. but then the final trace (at line-level) is unexplained. «. joining t. o. first. eighth. second. 101 . second. ink at line-level. 69 . then left side of o or c. [. the first perhaps T (or w?) 7 ]'. two verticals. L . point of ink just below the letter-tops.. A. . S)... foot of oblique descending from left to right. since the fibres are crushed together. third. stop ? or accidental? 74 ]. further ink to right on distorted fibres might be high stop. first left-hand arc of o. first. lower arc of circular letter. junction of horizontal at line-level and oblique rising from left to right (8 or £). possibly remains of junction at lower right to suggest v. A. outlines of triangular letter (a. point of ink level with the letter tops . 4 Java.. perhaps part of base-line (i. not room for more than i.«'*.. IT or T..e. oblique rising from left to right..e.. perhaps branching at the top (i..[. Margin : . third. lower arcs of two circular letters. The visible letters look like . part of € or 0. * or c. second. two points (one to left.. A ?). continuing to touch the next trace (ij ?) . 72 v. second. 4 2 p... top of vertical. TJÎ5. rj). first.v. [. TTOTT. fourth.second apparently has long descender (p) ^)93 val. left side of circular letter with cross-bar projecting (*. second. 64 ] . 90 . remains of two verticals? f. point of ink level with the letter-tops. second perhaps shadowy remains of v\ third.. right side of y. f or possibly 0.. foot curving up to touch next letter (a. above.e. u). e or 0?. 67 . lower Cr0sset right-hand arc of circular letter? *H03i ^ through and x suprascript.. 96 . c most likely. vertical. two uprights. thin oblique descending from left to right (unexplained. first perhaps ^. joining vertical. first. left side of o or c.. the cross-bar of e continuing across t to touch a. vertical . first.. second. middle. 82-4 Heavy unexplained ink in the left margin at this level. thick trace well above the letter-tops. . foot of vertical. long horizontal level with letter-tops. and therefore the writing. sixth. two traces of ink at linelevel (fibres displaced downward).. first. . vertical.. e or o) . 99 T.e. first. first. cross-bar at twothirds height.» second. e or 0. second.c. first. first. accent broken. second. vertical . . mark like an acute accent high up above the second a. above... cross-bar extending to right just below the top. just below the letter-tops. perhaps another point at line-level before it (a. c. lower part of vertical. one to right) on isolated fibres above. o or c. fourth.. aflat top (if a vowel. 89 f [.. seventh. remains of two verticals (and an oblique joining them. „.y.. second. even if the fibres are straightened. part of long descender (p or ^) ? . ÖÉT. third. top of « or 9. . long horizontal level with the tops of letters. second. foot of oblique descending from left to right. vertical. first trace.s * or 0? Fr... top of vertical...

perhaps i and the first part ofyorn-. v 404 and often).a. 15 MWJ. 34. fr. 9 Perhaps Qeiàv ßaciJAeia «ai a. f^ovctv looks better than ëyatov . 1 ]. 2 ]cc or ]oc. 70. Hes. -yepnc. he is the eponym of its Dorian conquerors .. II. xxiv 94. Was it a comment of the poet's? or part of a speech.g..]. as at Hes. The possibilities include -oy (e. i) . One possibility is xparfpov] fjüvoc (Hes. But the shortmark would be unexpectedly deep.. (b) The Dorians. and 11-19 must.epac: the trace is too small to limit the possibilities (e. whom his son Aegimius adopted. (a) looks more likely in itself. Wpac. 31. since the scribe wrote no stop at the end). This precise title of Hera is not attested elsewhere (ßaciXeta. where perhaps cipyft was written. Theog. but the vertical spacing of the traces. 2 M W. TO Atuptttov ytvoc) yjjv TT\V «Poiûmv. fr. Od. and Hyllus. 156. the gods may (for example) have promoted the Dorian advance. where the poet himself speaks. 4. 58. dative. Rhadamanthys.I TOV "OXv/tirov %û>pi)vt «oAeojuevrçv Se 'Icntutànv Herod.. Since 20-4 probably deal with the family of Xuthus. 150. SJaepac. and the shape of the upper trace (a horizontal serif?) suggest \ more than v. above it.) 6 ff. And in fact his son and grandsons do appear in 10 and 7. ol "OAu^irov exovci (Horn. HHom. woAùv xp\cvov. : the second trace suggests v or at. Trjy nepj 7r[ac]ïjc | (9) [iJAiiaijc è^tAi^ce (or rtfj-Tjce) dcwv ßtLCt\\ttüL K(Ù o. e. If the latter.. concern themselves with Dorus or his descendants. yg.1 is not excluded. both suit the space. refer to the family of Dorus.1. is the ancestor of the Dorian kings of Argos.g. Argos. dvfj. [AlyiptoS Se ßijf SovptKÙeiTOv ßac]iA^oc l [yeivoT* èvl ftcydpoict KT\ (West). the rest is vestigial. fr.poc: thé second letter has been corrected. RE under Teutamos. 6 MW). before c. 6) and Tectamus/Teutamus (Diod. 'HËSIQD'y PwaiKUtv KaróXoyoc 13 i-ig Descendants of Doras'? Dorus. of the Dorian conquest of Argos.c looks the likeliest reading. //.. this phrase and similar Ones do occur commonly in speeches {Horn. 33(3). 923). Who is the subject ? fa) The gods. the lower part of a circle. 7. 7 MW the context is uncertain. or (given the future tense) a prophecy. i 56 .g.. Dorus has no place in Argos . Nonnus mentions a daughter Iphthime (Dion. and in any case has no obvious function here. —]Öéï. cf. 10 ]/i. xxiv 196. The mythographers credit Dorus with two sons. and 25 ff..vra re] IJc.) . a name. there is nothing that certainly relates to Tectaraus or his Cretan kingdom or his son Asterius (who married Europa and adopted her sons Minos. 4 ]. then. 3 MW (Magnes and Macedon. This gives -0«î (for -0«E? cf. though the first trace does not favour it. fr. and Aeolus are named (in this order) in Hes. it follows the pattern of the masculine accusative Qtûv ßatdija «ai àv&ptùv (Hes. there is a good chance that 1-19. 3 jovov rather than jfiw. even a 'Doric* accusative -päc. and Sarpcdon). 1-4 MW (Poseidon to Tyro) ? One guess would be »cAe'Joc Icccrat. but he may have married the daughter of its king Phoroneus (see below) . 4?. on these lines: (B) [jucyojieroc ^^ — i£=. an upright. perhaps « or 9 (not 5). 14. (b) fits the conjectured context more closely. a. because similar formulae are so common . The future verb has to be explained.«frqr*<qp. written in lighter ink. 14. rcpac. at Hes. Aegimius and his sons (6 probably belongs with what follows. 252. 897 . after ir*p. 7 Sons of Aegimius: e. or the latter part of them. that these lines contain a narrative. cf. We infer that 1-5 may. ii 325. èiri Se Atópov roS "EXXijvoc -rrjv VITO TT)V "Qccav rf KO. . the apparent grave accent on the last syllable (written by the second hand} must be a mistake or an accident.[. Xuthus. supplement e.e. We therefore prefer . ^jrepac. the context is different. fr.g. If that is right. if eyoytivis right. 74) 7% irepi. on the forms of the name. before et. xii i etc. 9. 8 ].[. 60. Olympus. and the future tense in 5. Aegimius has his place below (10) .(jufrvXov «. certainly deal with the family of Aeolus. we must assume that this is all part of a speech (5 note). 4. Aegimius {Diod. i may then refer to the Dorians' old home around Mt. tTTi i*fv yap ^letiJcaAi'uivoe ßaccAeoc oijte« (sc. to avoid the breach of Hermann's Bridge) . 4. We guess. Od.vbf}tày. West suggests that 8-9 refer to Aegimius' wife (no source records her name). alone. 6 ßac]iA^oc would suit the trace.g. so perhaps does Iphthime (13) . 114 f. 5 ]pc rather than ]fc.]. If the birth of the sons is announced here for the first time. frr. Prof.v&ptày.). piKp]ov) and ay* (West. « v: substantial traces remain of the second letter. ajpc'pat. 1-5 The fixed points here are Olympus. vii 451. at HH Âpoll. cousins of Dorus) ol jrept IJtfptijv «ai "OAu/iirov Sió/iar' emuov. or Siorpe^/Joc.

these mated with gods (b) and gave birth to Nymphs. 3} . 282 MW). and 'Epf]x6-ffoc is an unavoidable supplement in 21. 243 SM of Poseidon. daughter of Erechtheus. Prof. i 7. In trying to determine the precise connection we have three pieces of evidence : (a) Strab. in particular. Sovdoc S« Kpfiovcav eirijlpaTQv tiSoc «^[oucav]. 7 does seem to give names in the nominative. 26727. plut. in Homer only of Hades. 123 MW.) ayXtunj (vac. xiv 105 ff. K\v\TOir<aAQv : the word does not occur elsewhere in Hesiod or his fragments. (c) Nonnus. according to Kramer) are clearly conjectures. 20—4 Descendants of Xuthus. 2 1 For this ending cf. But the passage does provide a plausible link between the Satyrs and the family of Dorus. cTEg. 4). or any marriage. (The minimal traces at the end of 14 could easily be read QjuiraAjyyovcai'. 10. afj. Notice that lines 1-5 also anticipate the Dorians' arrival in Argos.) (8) ]w (WIT. Satyrs. 7 MW). inv.g. and fathered Achaeus and Ion (Apollod. But there would be a clear purpose in marrying him to Phoroneus* daughter : it provides a link between pre-Dorian and Dorian Argos. published by Sijpesteijn and Worp in Cfiron. and Curetés (a. Y. The papyrus confirms the correction of Koraes in 17 fCryevorro (tyévovTo codd. can conveniently be restored as * f<f>ff]tpr). (l 15) TJV TTOTC dt~>ftoc €Ti«rc.fr. c). i?(a). though in corrupt form (Ayavrf or AyXaûpy ? OvKoXcyovca ?) . 19 p.e. 23 The sons must come here. a papyrus of ii AD which lists the members of various mythological families : (5) 0vya]rlpec at rofe 0«uc /«[(^defeat. Since Diomede occurs in 24. -yovîjc 'EXÀijvoc tcrX {Pherespondus and Iphthime again in xviii 313-15). «at 250} ? If there was only one daughter. 40. according to Lasserre) and 'EKO. although the line-length cannot be precisely determined). 24 Kal «ucjiSea diofujfyv (KOÄ Tkeog. Dorus married a daughter of Phoroneus (a'. Scat. and shows that Sïttl was wrong to treat the first une as prose. In that case the final version was -^. Beginning then e. of Dorus. and ascribe the rest to the poem on the Idaean Dactyls (fr.)orwoAi^]/>aToi'(7^0£. he also had a daughter Diomede (ibid. 354 . Xuthus married Creusa. 20 «njFJpww (fr.) .oo8. catalogues the leaders of the Satyrs : (lI2) cvv ôè (pfpfCTTOvBca AUKOC ^tfv.) 17-19= Hes.) Even if this construction is correct.v]fj.ovoc.g. r)X*Ta Kal ripóvoftoc iTpaviSecfi KfKdCftévoc. emend exarepia to fK Aupov) . 28. and that 7-8 named the daughters (five in number. 1 38. Iphthime (£?. fr. But it is tempting to suppose that 13-14 listed the five daughters. Bill. Find. 35. and Curetés (17-19) somehow derived from the family of Dorus. the subject of these lines is virtually certain. and 8. 97-8 (1974) 318. if the iota adscript is false. In fact. see (c) below. But of course. Gr. -ij of "Iwvâ rt 8tov (West). according to (a) : there is clearly room for five names. | [xovprjv — :*iv — ^ 'EpfljfQr^oc Sftoio ttrX. (6) KovpTjT\ac Kal Carvpovc €ytv[vrjcav (7) ] (vac. we have no means of telling what exactly occurred in our poem.TOÎOV (Med. and (through Hyllus) a legitimation of the Temenid kings as descendants of the Inachids. 13 ff.14 MEW LITERARY TEXTS to take it as part of a suprascript omicron. Vindob. The names of the Satyrs may be invented for the occasion.) [ It might be expected that the name of the father (and mother?) stood at the beginning of 5. These three sources could easily be combined. West restores e. i 9. "e£ tSv o^u>pe«u vu/i^ai Öfai (èfreyévovro KrX ( = i 7-19)". b) . whose names were X.ovoc Aiytfuoto or the like.[^^ — . Satyrs. (Nothing is recorded elsewhere about this marriage. Agaue? (b) and Ucalegousa? (b) . he had five daughters (o). 471 'HctoSoe pèv yàp t*VaT«/)tu foi -rffc #opuWa>c tfuyarpoc TTOTC ytvecoat Ovyar^pac ^ijct'v. that the Nymphs. End perhaps &\atev rf xXv^TO-moXov. The context shows. î^0[î]/njv may be simply an epithet. Jioc pi'^a. Iphthime mated with Hermes and gave birth to Satyrs (r).The corrupt ttcaTtpat stands in all MSS : 'Exarepov (na B1.39 MWetc. . beginning e. (i) P. i. 3.g. fr. Dion. with 13 KO]Î '/^[ij/Aip.

. FwaiKUv KaroAoyoc 15 yetVar' «Vi pfyapotei (West). and must therefore have been omitted somewhere in the body of the column. II. 7 (1968) 7-22 (various shapes).g. 35 ff. who are then treated in detail : 35-57 Perimede. 25-7 = Hes. fr. Stud. fr. Calyce. P. The descendants of Diomede are passed over here (Apollod. vi 503. Lond.g. in this form : Perimede === Achelous Hippodamas (45) == X (45) Euryte (49) =p Porthaon (50) Orestes l Oeneus (52) Tydeus (55) i Agrius (52) Alcathous (52) i Mêlas i Leucopeus i Sterope Sirens l The poet seems to follow the same pattern of generations. Brjûov adjective at II. and she was living (or deliveredj cf. . He gives details about the marriage of Perimede and about her children. 58. 31 e. I 16. 129. t «rat ctAtTTÓSccct ßofcciv.ii 393 The line was added in the upper margin by M4. 33-4 list of daughters. Hes. Bibl.). after Calyce). 31-4 His wife also bore Aeolus five daughters. then later . 'The structure must be "To her Achelous made love. West points out. (West). 37 ]oc: proper name? or e. fr. which we have failed to reconstruct (37-44) . and had children of their own. 4 MW. 3 names the remaining sons as Maywjc and ATJI&V (other references: RE under Aiolos (i) 1039) : e. 26. . fr. Daris. i 7. Col. For the wife's name see Preller-Robert.g. . E. not ]Ao*. [ifidipciic KOvpac. Oxy. i n. à. 58 ff. The genealogy is given by Apollod. Therefore either the Hesiodic poems contained two different accounts of Magnes (fr. Myth. for Aethlius. 1-2 MW 'Età<nrtij. fr. i 7. 38 yat€TaacKfy : ycufraacKoy less likely.e. Afayv^c T' avrtSfoc Avjto>v ]T' à. $&ot. Lit. io. Gr. A. rich inflocks"' (West). We assume that the flourish in the left-hand margin of 42-3 is a caret-mark. f [frai KaXvKTjv Kafdtcijv re «al e]v«iSf[o] 35-57 Perimede and her descendants. The papyrus apparently has ]Aoc. He provides a brother for Euryte (49). [120] atfivfiol /±iJAo(a. . lo MW. Pisidice. our mark would be a variation of the semi-circular form found in P. . i 9. 3 and i 7. Ryl.g. n i 52 n. calls Magnes the son of Zeus and Thyia. [AXievóvijv fcai riftci&iicr)]?. 'HESIOD*. Siorp€^f]oc. 240.? (Afy<uv apparently at Hes. 7ToAuiJp]«TOv €. Hes. y the notable squire who dwelt by . 4) . P. her daughter Asterodeia fr. 32 e. 7 is not quoted from any particular poem). Bibl. Pap. 29—30 These sons grew up in their father's house. 99 fF. and Mimas) . On caret-marks see S. 30 *v'8tj*a : in Homer and Hesiod the word occurs only as an epithet of Hermes. 5. Bibl. 7 MW. 8 f. 5 MW) in the house of. 39 Hes. and perhaps different names for her youngest sons (53-4).L. 89 (or before)-<j8 Alcyone. 36 èv vfaXoict do/iota. Palaeograpkic Papers ii 356-8 (anchor-shape only). 33-4 e. 'But he might have appeared as Jijioi-evc'. 29 MW . [TOWC Se fier' for auric 8* West) Aivapt-n} reVev AlaXtot] cvvrj[8]çîc[a. 102 ? ? Canace {if not here. I 16. MW.) But Hes. ii 544 and often. 28 Apollod. West. 26-8 list of sons. they must include the birth of Hippodamas. e. X[ap]ÎTfçctv ojiot'ar. . paKtipfcti tftofci. as Prof. or some other name completed the list here (see RE I. fr. 131 and elsewhere (cf. or earlier. in which case 39a belongs between 42 and 43. . Op.g. Descendants of Aeolus. Lowe. Cerphius. 25 ff.

XXVIII pi. We therefore discount this possibility.[. i 7. [ ±>±î ~ troTt £copa]ra ij^i/ei/ra (West). 3) can be estimated with reasonable accuracy from the certain supplement in 52. Thus 'i 9' ceases to exist (the final trace belongs to nu in the line above). Leid. but none is attested for this group (a different Pylos in 69 ff. Pylos. since all the dotted letters are vestigial. i. xiv 114). Oxy. xiv 114). evmjKTttH. There are two related difficulties here. Leid.or voXv-. a little short for the space in P. The remains in P. \a<Û» \ Avripax?? [«*e wafSa (West. 4 Ki. Qa. We therefore assume (b). The middle syllable is lengthened.. i)s which are joined in such a way that between i 8 = P. for the patronymic adjective compare II. Oa. This papyrus consists of two fragments (see P. 459. 10. fr. 53 ff. (b) If 52-4 list only sons of Porthaon.i6 NEW LITERARY TEXTS 41 If tcovfnjT. Porthaon was the son of Agenor. Leid. *i 10' follows directly on 'i 8'. Oxy. 50 ]. but the reading relies on the familiar formula. The list might be completed in 53 and 54. there was also the analogy of fvptrrocffvp(p)fÎTrjc. but not enough to exclude it). 16 = ibid. io names Eve sons . 11 MW= P. 46 Perhaps $yvyfTo. Leid. Oxy. If the supplement &rrXo]Tarot is right (Merkelbach and West. who was the son of Pleuron (Apollod. the hero. p f . T H. a and fr.?).€vr) ^«yoA^TJopa iroifieva. . Bibl. i 7. Oxy. Two different patterns might be thought of: (a) y 8' ö/>' cyctvaro TrtuÔoc. T//. i . Oxy. and the initial traces of col. xiii 621). P. The obvious guesses are ij &7} iratSac èyeivar* and i) oi ÏT. and that is long for a single trochee. 5). 37). this precise supplement looks a little short for the gap) j or (assuming another unknown son.. (a) Apollod. \ ^ptaï Tno[XnTÓpB<ait 'Her he (her father) gave in marriage to . i 7. 47—8 This Antiraachus is otherwise unknown.) . if the left-hand fragment is placed one line lower in relation to the right-hand fragment. 2483 fr. 45 Perhaps avrap o or avràp 5 y' fo[ (Hippodamas ?). Bibl. as appears from 49—50. Against (o) is the spacing in P. i col. Bibl. the fibres match better.. Oxy. Pylas. 92-103 = fr. the first three fit neatly into 52 . It is indeed said elsewhere that he killed one uncle : Agrius (Antonin. and Pylon are all possible names. 7) .the only possibilities seem to be tcovpij r" {or T-). fr.. for the final tag see Scut. But if 54 orrAOTaroc is right. as it does in F. since Oeneus was not killed) ? T&V pev p" (then the names. Mêlas and Leucopeus remain. a. Oxy. or a limiting . Pherecydes FGrH 3 F I22(b) with Schol. and conclude that 53-4 named sons of Porthaon. one of them at least different from Apollodorus' list. 55 e. The pattern might be TJ 51 vrroKvca[ji.= FGrH 3 F 122(3) . tav : the trace (a point of ink at half-height on the edge) is indecisive. Schulze. : seven or eight letters must have preceded cyftva. sacker of cities. 2075 fr. col. which we print. II. it was they or some of them that Tydeus killed. and parts of JTou/jijcandAovpiJTec. ii fit better. ii. we see nothing for it but ô-aXoraroc Se IIv\[ yfv}fr' ev fteyapoH. 55-65 = fr. with a name of the shape UKrapa} 17 S* ÛTroKvca[fj. 1.). There is then the possibility that 53-4 listed sons of Agrius. 43-4 Perhaps KOC ryv ^[v.pa voiftéva Aatüc | Avripaxvy [rf QVOKTO. 2483. Mêlas (accidentally: Schol. seem not to allow Çij (the base of delta would be too high. Lib. (the second better suited to the spacing in P. and eta much too narrow. between the beginning and end provided by P. each of which mentions a male. now allows us to correct a mistake in the publication of P. But in 54 there is no room for Leucopeus. see 20 n.évT} TCK€(v) — <-• ] . and so does 'ii i * . We have re-examined the original. In 53 we could write KOÀ MéAav' tiriroSajuov Sewjîjc aKÓpijrov âirrfje (this suits the spacing in both papyri. . w'oV 51 The sense required is clear.fyewaf. [f\ucoßj\ftJHLpo\y KT\: the supplement suits the space very well. 289 ff.. and it seems to us clear that the join is false. to avoid an intractable cretic (W.e.. Ep. even allowing for the vertical crease which intersects nu in oiv below) . provided by P. 49-55 = Hes. they do seem to allow î}pHrpç$a[. Alcathous (Apollod. 49 Evptirrjv: Evpvnj in Apollod.. End eV.g. Bibl. Sc retccv 'IiTiroSapov urA. The original scribe wrote evpp . (i) ij S' äpa irafSac eyeiVaT*. and we see no way of fitting two names into 53. 14 MW = P. Oxy. (e)-ytivar(o}. 'She gave birth to blameless sons. xi 591 TeXapun/tav vlóv.Leid 62 and i i o = P. i 8. the fourth hand deleted the first rho. iii 190 Uoidmov .' The first difficulty lies in placing l.Leid 63 there is space for (and the final trace of) a whole line. Our only idea is JLWtipoi]fioVf which fits the space precisely. But the demonstrably older accounts refer to the sons of Mêlas or of Agrius (Atcmaeonis. at least three sons must have been named . TOÙC (dv p" (illogical.' 45-52 The lacuna in the middle of these lines (between fr.

Scut. i and fr. ttop\Toc is possible (omicron with flattened right side. It may be that. 7. evft&éa KOÀVKTJV West.. We had considered the possibility that this continues the story of Tydeus: he himself forfeited the gift of immortality.f : apparently a vertical. It also suits the sense in 65 f. Bibl. derived from a common line-end (fir. 58-75 The first letter or letters of most of these lines are preserved in fr. AR iv 58 paraphrases the same words. In the right margin.39962 = fr. Schol. frofcavoc: an inferior variant. 10. . But one authority. with a minor variation in word-order. In ]. But )TJC runs foul of the metre. 58 fif. What we give seems to us the most likely.Thco&. Aetolus could appear here at the beginning of 63: T[OÖ 8T ijf Aïr<a\óc. 64 e. i and fr. in quoting 62. 308 MW. 195.VTW Bavarav ra^c . If we accept that. [ : apparently c or &. 97) : it is essential to the Endymion story that he was ageless as well as deathless. i col. örn ßi-yv «ai *a/)]rpc *rA.g. Nem. It is clear that 62 overlaps and completes this citation. ufac vwepfioAovc (this at least makes Tydcus kill his cousins. Calyce and Aethlius. E. and ]tc of the grammar. unless extended to a remoter ancestor (AtoXtSfac).. 63 Calydon was the grandson of Endymion. fr. i 7. The second hand has added two corrections or variants. therefore the main text had some other reading. as in 64 KOTO. 26. Qavarov rafuyc.VÔTOV in inverse order (the small trace before QOVÓ. Tydeus 1396).g. that would be superfluous here. 3. Röscher. TÎ/ITJC]*» cf.g. we conclude that it had rafûij]ç QO. nXtvptav S* aîxptJfT]fa (a little long for the gap). FwaïKÛv KardXayoc 17 phrase. Od. At the end Ayfivopa {son of Pleuron} rather than atffiyopa ? . The key here is 62.). The genealogy is given by Apollod. 2 (by fibre-match at the level of line 41 ) is correct.TQV allows ]c). 59 Calyce. then 58-9 must record the marriage of Endymion's parents. according to Apollodorus . unlike the alternative placing one line lower. 5 MW) Aetolus :=. Above yrfrxioc. Given the wide gap between fr. 65 .= Endymion (60-2) D< rus 1 Xanth ippe =p Pleuron (64?) St erope Str atonice Lac phonte (cf. 245 MW lv S' O. as in the Alcmaemis and in Pherecydes) ? 57 ]. wrap AfOMoo West (perhaps a little short for the space).g. rov 8* Ztvc. provided that the relative placing of fr. Byz. The traces before KaAuStov are quite indecisive. the relative alignment of beginnings and ends is not absolutely certain.g. the horizontal of tau continuing through the top of omicron to make a right-angle join. through Aetolus. 5-7 in this form : Calyce (59) =j= Aethlius (58) nymph/Iphtanassa =.1. 7. but it did not simply omit Ta^a'^c. 61 e.f. HH Cer.= Pronoe Amy thaon (63) Calydon =y= Ae alia l Protogeneia =j= Ares (69} 1' Agcnor (65?) =j= Epicastc (66?) (69) Ares =f= Demonice i Porthaem l Oxylus 58 e. must follow in 56) ? TOV ptv p' . 182) preceded by a patronymic . ii. ij S^ TtK* rEv8vfutava\. 'HES10D'. and asked that it be transferred to his son Diomedes (Find. e. refers it directly to Endymion.g. e. rov J 5' flv West. as the line-length shows . The final tag is elsewhere (K. s.g. the son of Endymion according to others (Steph. as in 66 iroAw).v. with a hair-line horizontal extending to the left near the top. eta seems to be the only long vowel that suits the trace.. and 73. 60 e.. In that case West suggests. Calyce and her descendants. in summarizing Hesiod's account of Endymion. .

we have the fourth stroke only of mu. 108. probably not in any case. On the face of it there is not enough picturesque detail here (as there is in the story of Salrnoneus. though a convenient interpretation of the high anomalous trace. (i) we should expect rew'^e« -aa^alvutv euer' yXtiertap {/I. P. floXvKç^n} : no Polycaste listed in Röscher belongs to this family. where a new section does begin. Demodice (Demonice in Apollodorus).or «oAAt-. and ^eicrtap seem even more intractable.^u*? — Kî}v£ &<û<xp\ifv 0ér' éucomH j A[^KVovi}v. 75 We assume that this was the last line of the column. given the uncertainties. . 90 iffy: if this reading of the suprascript word is right. i. T} eiSoc efnjjwcr1] aÖaPÓnjictv (fir. down to their metamorphosis. 36. Another possibility is. and there is hardly room for it in 75 ff. 2483 fr.. as in 8 ?}. 83-9 See on fr. xix 484. there seems to be no paragraphe«. 12. MW).v yrpocT}-xc[pe]v€V. 91 ij r(e) ? 'Who shuns the haunts of men and dwells (nests) on the water'. Such variations are common enough. xix 398). 92—103 = fr. i and 73 seem quite incompatible). i then had 38 lines. The name is not otherwise known in this context. 70]. l8o. 9 MW. there is no clear free margin below. 28 MW. Va[ Jta K-a[A]fT. this cannot be attached here (there is a superficial similarity between fr. would occupy 19 lines. 67 ]. 233). tcA[A]p [atoc KpviTjTOc fff'Aertu fóoc. 74.) : see fr. It is possible. T. Ârreup : our only idea is eacr] * ifAcimup. is much damaged. col. cousin and wife of Agenor. OoAerftfv West. 16 MW = P. Alcyone. tituftat 8' ^ca[v vTrepi}]^>a[voif a\X-rf^v g' e>ac&W if[„ . If the girl was the subject of €j(€Cief» rather than Ares (cf. Oxy. But tKT<i>py 'Eitrtap. Either she was postponed. HHCer. 4 below. J^iOa^cta (West) suits the remains (Sijt for S^t. i col..] . 22.(1970) 421 ff.. but fr. begins here. The objections to this are strong : (a) the apostrophe. and the back and lower curve of epsilon.a. e. D. but the initial trace certainly excludes T[WX«I.. 22. 71 ff. 15 MW. 23(a). 14 MW. Ovid as an Epic Poet9. Leid. HSCP 82 (1978) 291) : (15) A\KVOVIJV TTjv AîôXov eyv/Ae KTJ[V£ à ^PttK^ópoo TOO àcTfpoc vice. inv. It might indicate a new section.i8 MEW LITERARY TEXTS 66 We do not understand the paragraphes above this line. Either she is an unknown . The pattern would be: T[^V Se ^ . stands rather far to the left .Sc [p* a^vftóraroc yeVero Qv\rrr<àv àvûptâirtav (II. In that case the account of Alcyone and Ceyx. Mich. owS* TIC àv&pwv | Ltftpacca<:Ba[i Sujvareu West (ap. 1447*" 14 ff.2g(a). 3}. so far as we can see. restored fir. 16. . (certainly not. or she appeared twice. Col.çv «olfact irarj)p àvSpûv re 0€Utv re. since the story of Demodice must have continued some way after fr. U. only because it ranges with the last Une of col. tac 'JfctoSoc «v FUVOIKUV KaraXoyon.[: the trace looks like the upper part of a vertical. fr. that the third sister. 34 MW (the poet finishes with the descendants of Althaea. the story of Calyce's descendants continues. Is that likely? Hesiod told the version of the story in which Alcyone and Ceyx called one another Zeus and Hera. fr. or she is a variant of Epicaste. (Dictionary of Metamorphoses. 35.f : apparently }.}. and before 99. avrijv (avrfjv ?) *Hpa. Oxy. and the story of Alcyone must have begun some way before 89). But the argument is plainly insecure. if we are right in placing our fr. 4 as 83-9. ]jrAó*Ko#oc: most likely èv. iro. a and 74. [. 205. daughter of Agenor.v0of (the first trace minimal). 50). and were punished for their insolence (the versions are discussed by Brooks Otis. xx 220. e. TTuog. 10. as at fr. Renner.g. appears in fr. vi 513. 71 }ijv likely. 97 f. ii 37. cf. 22. and P. 3-5 MW. 988}. 69 TT)[v is one possibility. If the second.£±> — KaAuÔàiv] Kpartpóc re p[e]r?f Tf)i ^9~7° to her sister Protogeneia (mother by Ares of Oxylus). «ai rt)v y. and turns to her sister Hypermestra). perhaps 56' yßije} £v6oc *xfc*f or the like (ƒ/.{. so that many lines can be read only with the help of P. e<f>" [cSi opyi~ c8fl[c] o Z eve nfTfnóp&wcfv af^or^povt [etc 5p~ ve[a]. that these lines continue the descendants of Endymion. But here. 30 MW) to fill out a long passage.g. 66-8 might refer to her parentage (j4ioAiac 5' äp' «jv KaAAjTrAOK-aßioc /ToAuKççnj | ^[v ^^ —t. published by T. 25.

frr. Iphimedeia. 101 e.L7"^1 &* °V ty[vpptjBôvoc Kparepàv fiévoc àvriBéoto West (ap. Nireus.e. i 7. Compare P. 99 C-E. way. note) now gives a narrative. PwaiKcav KaraÄoyoc ig 99 if. (cf. e. in the way of Salmoneus (fr. 213. L îJ S' ëreif* &y[Ti$jOv vla Kal Hrcropa West (ap. MW). 19-20 MW). excluded both by the initial trace and by the placing of the accent). R. If it is right. which combines their guilty insolence and their mutual passion {iA]AijAcuK ëpacÖórcc). 5. where Ceyx perishes innocent in a storm at sea.. who nursed impious passions for Hera and Artemis . might alternatively be the Aloadae. so that fr. But we have found no clear fibre-correspondences to place it.^ cev: ?«fOffijc*v likely (not «JppTj«»-.. 7 with little or no interval.etc. 1-3. 105 Perhaps vp[o\t. But Mr Renner's papyrus (above. since its line-ends clearly do not match any of the line-beginnings 90—104. 4. iii 13.). Tfpirf]if.g. 27 f. 4. daughter of Triops and wife of Aloeus. It would be economical. A(rf). Before that. we have at least some reason to believe that the erotic motif. see the critical note. Aloeus. goes back to the Catalogues^ perhaps then to our fr. it must have stood at the top (in lines 76-89) or the foot (lines 105-112). then perhaps 17 or y. 4. see 7 n.Then possibly 5. and the normal practice of the medieval MSS. and at the end cites Hesiod as source. West. Oxy. L. Oxy. 82-8 or 83-9. daughter of Aeolus. Bibl. 2. Gr.g.1. 4 i}xT΀VTa: here a later hand wrote ajough breathing (in 46 the traces are confused). A genealogy can be assembled from ApolLod. The content is ambiguous. it would fit better in the other version of the myth. frr. MW). 7 MW). 29 T)XOV* contrast Herodian ii 2 904. for Polydora fr. 71 ff. Above ßhttuf*-. 17-18 MW) . The rough breathing seems to stand in some relation to the original digamma (Chantraine. (a) The persons in 5 f. they were grandsons of Canace. 103 ^(pAff : the last trace suits c better than o (not 5) . 3. mother by Poseidon ol' Hopleus. fr. 7 ]'. Canace. n 7. i (= Call. Fr. 6 jS«/îAa/ifi€v[oi likely. P. and Triops (Apollod. g e. mother by Poseidon of the Aloadae (fr. if this fragment too belonged to col. Hom. and the love-lorn Alcyone laments him for ever. Sierde (104) suggests Molione or Iphimedeia (but then we do not see how the transition was managed). i Pf). West). mother by Poseidon of the Molionidae (frr. 2 Perhaps ] gaXffoy (eu-. Supplement from Theognis 723. Pisidice and her descendants. and might reasonably find a place in 105 ff. v 227 TfpiTfclhjv <jn)(órr)Ti. which might otherwise be thought a hellenistic invention. iii 441 etc. i 7. if it does belong. Bibl. i I39f. We prefer (a). 17-18 MW. (6) The persons in 5 f. 102 T) 5* : we have considered three candidates : Molione. AloXU (103) suits Canace. 4) . wife of Actor son of Pisidice. 2. i 8. i : Pisidicc =f= Myrmidon Antiphus (101) Actor =j= Molione == Poseidon Eurytion Peleus =j= Antigone Polydora Molionidae For Molione and her sons.g. 2079 fr.€voi (Od. fifth daughter of Aeolus.)> or to the hiatus which resulted from the loss of it. although there is no proof. Epopeus. 19 MW). was read as acoAtp (-ie coni. We have guessed that this . The reference to tfrM-rqc is at first sight against this . something suprascript and then crossed out. Armour? The sources do not represent Ceyx as imitating thunder. their infatuated insolence attracts the anger of Zeus (7). There are at least two incidents in this immediate context that might suit. * HESIOD*. hardly rpfftt. to explain the &no following. i. iii . 90 follows fr. 4 = frr» 1-3. 106 Possibly yfHrerP ?[ 107 Read by Prof. that all the details come from Hesiod. TOIJC Se t&wv. 30.). might be Alcyone and Ceyx . see frr.

dall'altra. quanto perché documenta l'appartenenza del componimento alla raccolta dei versi di Alceo. tav. Daris inv. Sijpesteijn K. l'Apollodoro di Colonia (P. J. Köln inv. nelle quattro righe frammentarie leggibili. danneggiata dal distacco delle fibre di superficie. rigorosamente bilineare. Frammento di papïro (inv. nella edizione nota alTEgitto tolemaico-romano. da una parte. C. con apicï ornamental] alle estremità delle singole lettere. P. n. lungo le quali correva la scrittura. Il frustulo dalle dimensioni tanto ridotte non apparirebbe meritevole di una qualche considerazione. Oxy.4X 3. 2506. 586 (Roberts. frr. Ie affinità con i due testi consigliano di proporre il secolo I a. Ale. se.20 NEW LITERART TEXTS line comes immediately before. Ricorda. dell'anno 99 a. 98 cm 2. Parsons P. Worp Secolo primo a. La scrittura è di dimensioni piccole. 98 délia mia collezione) dal formate rettangolare. GLH 8 a). non fosse possibile individuare un passo di Alceo. quale epoca di preparazione del manoscritto. rotonda. fr. 5604. con una appendice in basso a destra.5 P. C. 1-3. J. 2506 (S 280 Page. West therefore suggests writing 89 Z[evc Se iStàv ve/ijç'çijcev. <8] TróvTjpe 77a[iScui' M. di spessore uniforme. I versi conservât! nelle righe 2—4 del nuovo papiro si identifkano con i versi citati allé righe 25-27 del frammento 77 di P. 8g £[«ùc Oxford Amsterdam Amsterdam 2 ALCAEUS P. 1-3. A. Il frammento si segnala percio non tanto per il quasi irrilevante recupero di qualche brandello di verso. Il verso è bianco. 90 . ehe ne prolunga l'altezza per una striscia molto sottile.. C. Sarebbe sin troppo facile constatare ehe il minuscolo pezzo di papiro non accresce di molto le nostre conoscenze né risponde ai numerosi interrogativi suscitât! dal testo di Alceo nella particolare tradizione di P. Ryl. 306 A b Voigt). I e III c) e. or 88 rove &è i&cûv. and frr. or not long before.fidpSio\c (lev 4 Se] < ]cfiev 4 10 [ [ ]cu£t7rOTCuc[ . Oxy. 89 probably begins with S or £[. edito in Collectanea Pafyrologica i. Prof.

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