New Texts from Ancient Cultures

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1. Cover image for 'Recording Village Life'
A Coptic Scribe in Early Islamic Egypt
Jennifer A. Cromwell
An engrossing study of literacy and the scribal economy at the village level
 
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Hardcover 2017 $90.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Recording Village Life" to Cart
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A Coptic Scribe in Early Islamic Egypt
Jennifer A. Cromwell
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Hardcover 2017 $90.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Recording Village Life" to Cart
Ebook 2017 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Recording Village Life"
2. Cover image for 'Getting Rich in Late Antique Egypt'
Ryan E. McConnell
A nuanced examination that illuminates the Apion estate’s economic structure and addresses how the family was able to generate such wealth
 
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Hardcover 2017 $65.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Getting Rich in Late Antique Egypt" to Cart
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Ryan E. McConnell
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Hardcover 2017 $65.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Getting Rich in Late Antique Egypt" to Cart
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3. Cover image for 'Women of Jeme'
Lives in a Coptic Town in Late Antique Egypt
T.G. Wilfong
Brings to life the women of Jeme, a thriving Christian community in ancient Egypt
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Paper 2002 $30.95 Available Add Paper for "Women of Jeme" to Cart
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A wealth of information on the Greco-Roman world is offered in papyrological and epigraphical texts, fragmentary and hard to read though they can be. The University of Michigan has long held one of the largest and finest collections of papyri and other such texts surviving from antiquity. Drawing upon this choice collection and other important sources, New Texts from Ancient Cultures will publish a selection of the best and most interesting documents, in a readily comprehensible format. Scholars in many areas will find the series a source of up-to-date texts, interpretations, and new information on the ancient world.

New Texts from Ancient Cultures

A wealth of information on the Greco-Roman world is offered in papyrological and epigraphical texts, fragmentary and hard to read though they can be. The University of Michigan has long held one of the largest and finest collections of papyri and other such texts surviving from antiquity. Drawing upon this choice collection and other important sources, New Texts from Ancient Cultures will publish a selection of the best and most interesting documents, in a readily comprehensible format. Scholars in many areas will find the series a source of up-to-date texts, interpretations, and new information on the ancient world.


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Francesca Schironi, Professor of Classical Studies, University of Michigan 

Luigi Battezzato, Associate Professor of Greek Literature, Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale, Vercelli, Italy

Series Advisory Board

Brendan Haug, Assistant Professor of Classical Studies and Archivist of the Papyrology Collection, University of Michigan

Dominic Rathbone, Professor of Ancient History, King's College London

Series Editors

Francesca Schironi, Professor of Classical Studies, University of Michigan 

Luigi Battezzato, Associate Professor of Greek Literature, Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale, Vercelli, Italy

Series Advisory Board

Brendan Haug, Assistant Professor of Classical Studies and Archivist of the Papyrology Collection, University of Michigan

Dominic Rathbone, Professor of Ancient History, King's College London


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