4 edition of Annotations in Greek and Latin texts from Egypt found in the catalog.
Annotations in Greek and Latin texts from Egypt
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Kathleen McNamee.|
|Series||American studies in papyrology series -- no. 45|
|LC Classifications||PA3343 .M39 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007020713|
Greek text (based on Meineke ), with some textual notes, and an English translation originally undertaken by J.R. Sitlington Sterrett but completed by Jones after Sterrett’s death. Jones’ English translation of Books is available online at LacusCurtius. Pyramid and coffin texts (Egyptian) 20th Century BCE: Original version of “The Epic of Gilgamesh” (Sumerian) 20th Century BCE “The Story of Sinuhe” (Egyptian) 18th Century BCE “Enuma Elis”, “Atra-Hasis” and “Eridu Genesis” (Babylonian/Akkadian) 16th Century BCE “Egyptian Book of the Dead” (Egypt) 16th – 11th Century BCE.
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Annotations in Greek and Latin texts from Egypt. [New Haven, Conn.]: American Society of Papyrologists, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Kathleen McNamee; American Society of Papyrologists.
A series of nine introductory essays sets the process of annotating texts back into the various contexts from which the notes originally derive -- the scholar's study, the teacher's schoolroom, etc. -- and examines the ways in which annotations were inscribed into the rolls and codices.
This corpus of marginal and interlinear notes from the Greek and Latin literary papyri of Egypt is arranged alphabetically by author (from Aeschylus to Xenophon) and the papyri themselves identified by their "Mertens-Pack 3" number (MP3); the Adespota, both poetry and prose, follow.
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Production notes: For once, I'd say that the original book could have used a bit more footnotes. The blocks of references interspersed with the text, and his tendency to use 'N.B.' as a standalone paragraph, make it look like a set of reading notes. This book explains how the texts survived and gives an account of the reasons why it was thought worthwhile to spend the necessary effort to preserve them for future generations.
In the second edition a section of notes was included, and a new chapter was added to deal with some aspects of scholarship since the Renaissance. A metrical Latin version of this by Sebastian Castalio appeared inand another edition of the Greek text, emended by the same scholar, in In Johannis Opsopœus (John Koch) pu blished at Paris an edition of the Greek text, accompanied with the Latin version of Castalio, and with brief prolegomena and notes.
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