Papers

Publications

2013.

J. Cromwell. “Coptic Texts in the Archive of Flavius Atias”, in Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 184: 280-288.

2012.

J. Cromwell. “Following in Father’s Footsteps: The Question of Father-Son Scribal Training in Eighth Century Thebes”, in P. Schubert (ed.) Actes du 26e Congrès international de papyrologie (Librairie Droz, Genève): 149-157.

R. Yuen-Collingridge & M. Choat. “The Copyist at Work: Scribal Practice in Duplicate Documents” in P. Schubert (ed.) Actes du 26e Congrès international de papyrologie (Librairie Droz, Genève): 827-834.

2011

J. Cromwell.  “A Potential Case of Sibling Scribes,” in Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 22: 67-82.

2010

J. Cromwell. “Palaeography, Scribal Practice and Chronological Issues in Coptic Documentary Texts,” in Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 46: 1-16.

J. Cromwell. “ΕΝ ΟΝΟΜΑΤΙ ΤΟΥ ΘΕΟΥ ΤΟΥ ΠΑΝΤΟΚΡΑΤΟΣ: Variation and specificity in Christian invocation formulae from Thebes,” in Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 174: 151-155.

J. Cromwell. “Aristophanes son of Johannes: An 8th Century Bilingual Scribe?” in A. Papaconstantinou (ed.) The Multilingual Experience in Egypt from the Ptolemies to the Abassids. (Aldershot: Ashgate): 221-232.

2009

M. Choat & R. Yuen-Collingridge. “A Church with No Books and a Reader Who Cannot Write. The Strange Case of P.Oxy. 33 2673”, in Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 46: 109-138.

Presentations

2013

M. Choat. “Stichometry and scribal practice in documentary texts from Roman Egypt”, at the 27th International Congress of Papyrology, Warsaw, 29 July–3 August 2013.

J. Cromwell. “Identifying Scribes at Wadi Sarga: Accounting For Wine—Problems and Preliminary Observations”, at Ancient Egyptian Language and Texts 5, Oxford, 25 May 2013.

J. Cromwell & L. Prada. “Greeks writing Coptic or Copts writing Greek? The cases of Paul son of Megas and Apa Rasios”, at Coptic Culture: Past, Present, and Future 2, Stevenage, 22-24 July 2013.

J. Cromwell. “An 8th century Coptic testament in two copies: Examination of the process of duplication and the reasons behind it”, at the 27th International Congress of Papyrology, Warsaw, 29 July–3 August 2013.

R.K. Dosoo. “Magical discourses, ritual collections: Cultural trends and private interests in Egyptian handbooks and archives”, at the 27th International Congress of Papyrology, Warsaw, 29 July–3 August 2013.

R. Yuen-Collingridge. “Legibility in the Greek magical papyri: The treatment of formulae in PGM IV and VII”, at the 27th International Congress of Papyrology, Warsaw, 29 July–3 August 2013.

2012

M. Choat. “Sound, Sight, and Stylus: Copying Practice and Scribal Habits in Roman Egypt”, at Double Stories – Double Lives: Reflecting on Textual Objects in the Pre-Print World, Yale University, New Haven, 13-15 April.

J. Cromwell. “The Role of Coptic Scribes in Early Islamic Egypt”, at the 10th International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, 17-22 September.

R. Yuen-Collingridge. “The Physicality of Genre in the Papyri: the Expression and  Subordination of Content”, at Double Stories – Double Lives: Reflecting on Textual Objects in the Pre-Print World, Yale University, New Haven, 13-15 April.

2010

J. Cromwell. “Following in Father’s Footsteps: The Question of Father-Son Scribal Training in Eighth Century Thebes”, at 26e Congrès international de papyrologie, Geneva, 16-21 August.

R. Yuen-Collingridge & M. Choat. “The Copyist at Work: Scribal Practice in Duplicate Documents”, at 26e Congrès international de papyrologie, Geneva, 16-21 August.

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