Table of contents for Hellenistic and Roman Egypt : sources and approaches / Roger S. Bagnall.


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QUESTIONS OF METHOD
I     Archaeological work on Hellenistic and Roman Egypt,
1995-2000                                                   1-31
American Journal ofArchaeology 105. Boston, MA, 2001,
pp. 227-243
II    Restoring the text of documents                           109-119
Text: Transactions of the Societyfor Textual Scholarship 4.
Brooklyn, NY 1988
III   Evidence and models for the economy of Roman Egypt        187-204
The Ancient Economy: Evidence and Models, ed. Ian Morris
and J.G. Manning. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2005
HELLENISTIC EGYPT
IV     The date of the foundation of Alexandria                   46-49
American Journal ofAncient History 4. New Brunswick; NJ, 1979
V      Papyrology and Ptolemaic history: 1956-1980                13-21
Classical World 76. Charlottesville, VA, 1982-83
VI    Decolonizing Ptolemaic Egypt                             225-241
Hellenistic Constructs: Essays in Culture, History and
Historiography, ed. P Cartledge et al. Berkeley, CA:
University of California Press, 1997
VII    Archagathos son ofAgathocles, Epistates of Libya        195-209
Philologus 120. Wiesbaden, 1976
VIII  The origins of Ptolemaic Cleruchs                          7-20
Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 21. Atlanta
GA, 1984
IX    Alexandria: library of dreams                           348-362
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 146.
Philadelphia, PA, 2002
X     Dioskourides: three rolls                                 11-25
Bulletin de la Societi Archdologique d'Alexandrie 47.
Alexandria, 2003
XI    An unrecognized date by the rebellion of 131 B.C.         58-60
Zeitschrift fir Papyrologie und Epigraphik 56. Bonn, 1984
ROMAN EGYPT
XII   Publius Petronius, Augustan prefect of Egypt              85-93
Yale Classical Studies 28. New Haven, CT 1985
XIII  The beginnings of the Roman census in Egypt             255-265
Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 32. Durham, NC, 1991
XIV   The people of the Roman Fayum                              1-19
Portraits and Masks: Burial Customs in Roman Egypt, ed.
M.L. Bierbrier. London: British Museum, 1997, pp. 7-15
XV    Egypt and the Lex Minicia                                 25-28
Journal ofJuristic Papymlogy 23. Warsaw, 1993
XVI   A trick a day to keep the tax man at bay? The prostitute
tax in Roman Egypt                                         5-12
Bulletin of the American Society ofPapyrologists 28. Atlanta,
GA, 1991
XVII Managing estates in Roman Egypt: a review article        127-135
Bulletin of the American Society ofPapyrologists 30. Atlanta,
GA, 1991
XVIII Army and police in Roman Upper Egypt                      67-86
Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 14. Princeton,
NJ, 1977
LATE ANTIQUITY
XIX    Public administration and the documentation of Roman
Panapolis                                                    1-14
Perspectives on Panopolis, ed. A. Egberts, B.. Muhs and
J. van der Vliet. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2002, pp. 1-12
XX     The date of the Hermopolite land registers: a review
article                                                  159-168
Bulletin of the American Society ofPapyrologists 16. Missoula,
MT 1979
XXI    Les lettres priv6es des femmes: un choix de langue en
tgypte byzantine                                         133-153
Bulletin de la Classe des Lettres de l'Acadimie Royale de
Belgique (6 ser.) 12. Bruxelles, 2001
XXII Monks and property: rhetoric, law, and patronage in the
Apophthegmata Patrum and the papyri                         7-24
Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 42. Durham, NC, 2001
XXIII Women's petitions in late antique Egypt                     53-60
La pitition h Byzance, ed. D. Feissel andJ. Gascou. Paris:
Centre de recherche d'Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance,
2004
XXIV Greek papyri and Coptic studies, 1990-1995                219-230
Agypten und Nubien in spitantiker und christlicher Zeit 2.
Schrifttum, Sprache und Gedankenwelt. Wiesbaden:Ludwig
Reichert Verlag, 1999



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Egypt History Greco-Roman period, 332 B, C, -640 A, D