Having been leapfrogged in production by volume 103 (P. Oxy LXXXII), which came out in May last year, we're now stepping back, and subscribers to the Society’s Graeco-Roman Memoirs will shortly be receiving volume 102 (P. Oxy LXXXI). A collection of assorted ‘firsts’, GRM 102 publishes fragments of Pauline literature (Ephesians, 1 Timothy, the Hymn of the Cross) until now not known from Oxyrhynchus, along with parts of the Sesonchosis novel, Theognis, Polybius and the incipits of Euripides’ lost Dictys and Danae. The full contents can be found here.
It is also the first volume with editions produced with the aid of the Ancient Lives project that asks volunteers to transcribe ancient Greek text on fragments from the Oxyrhynchus Papyri collection.
GRM 102 / P. Oxy LXXXI is now available from our shop.