|Series||Michigan papyri, v. 7|
|Contributions||Dunlap, James E. b. 1889.|
|LC Classifications||PA3305 M5 1947|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||126|
University of Michigan Press Greene Street Ann Arbor, MI The Edo-based Ukiyo-e tradition is represented by a few superb paintings and a large selection of prints, especially ofonnagata, or Kabuki actors in female roles. The ceramic collection is notable for tea wares, including a tea caddy once owned by the grand tea master Kobori Enshū and teabowls by Raku Ryōnyū and Raku Tan’nyū; a large. New Literary Papyri from the Michigan Collection: Mythographic Lyric and a Catalogue of Poetic First Lines presents three such new texts: an innovative lyric poem on the Trojan cycle, a scholarly anthology of lyric verses, and a brief but enigmatic third text. Cassandra Borges and C. Michael Sampson offer the original Greek text of these pieces. MICHIGAN PAPYRI, Vol. VII: LATIN PAPYRI IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN COLLEC-TION. Edited by HENRY A. SANDERS, with contributions by JAMES E. DUNLAP. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press; London: Oxford University Press, Pp. xiv + i26, i8 plates. $
Introduction. The University of Michigan Papyrus Collection is a premier collection of papyri, recognized worldwide for its great breadth and the excellence in research, teaching, and outreach it supports. Founded by the visionary Francis W. Kelsey, the Papyrus Collection has been the training ground for many papyrologists and home to many great resident scholars: Arthur Boak, Campbell . Discarded, Discovered, Collected. Arthur Verhoogt. Discarded, Discovered, Collected provides an accessible introduction to the University of Michigan’s collection of papyri and related ancient materials, the widest and deepest resource of its kind in the Western collection was founded in the early part of the 20th century by University of Michigan Professor of Classics Francis. The University of Michigan’s art collection is among the oldest in the nation in university hands. In , years before the great civic art museums in Detroit, Toledo, or Chicago were founded, U-M students and the general public had free access to an art gallery on campus. Today UMMA’s collections include more t objects from Western, Asian, and African traditions as. The Michigan Daily Alumni Photographers Project is a collaborative effort of the University of Michigan Board of Student Publications, The Michigan Daily and Bentley Historical Library to preserve and promote the rich photographic heritage of The Michigan Daily.
With this volume the publication of Latin papyri in the Michigan collection is completed. In addition to two papyri reprinted from P. Mich., III, it contains thirty-five texts, only four of which have been published elsewhere. Professor Dunlap is responsible for two texts. All the rest are edited by Professor Sanders, whose many contributions. Mertens-Pack3 (M-P3): Searchable catalog of Greek and Latin literary papyri. Medieval Nubia: Site dedicated to collaborative publication of resources for the study of Medieval Nubia. Trismegistos: An interdisciplinary portal of papyrological and epigraphical resources associated with Egypt and the Nile valley between ca BC and AD = The Amherst Papyri, Being an Account of the Egyptian Papyri in the Collection of the Right Hon. Lord Amherst of Hackney, F.S.A. at Didlington Hall, Norfolk, ed. P.E. Newberry with an appendix on a Coptic papyrus by W.E. Crum. London The Coptic text, which . Michigan Papyri, vol. III - This volume examines several papyri in the Michigan collection, providing descriptions of both the papyri and their text, transliterations, and translations. The topics of the papyri vary, and include subjects such as private correspondece, tax records, and .