ï~~Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 45 (2008) 287-288 American Studies in Papyrology The following new and forthcoming volumes can be ordered from Oxbow (http://www.oxbowbooks.com) and David Brown Book Company (http:// www.oxbowbooks.com/home.cfm/Location/DBBC). ASP 40, Papyri in Memory of RP.J. Sijpesteijn (PRSijp.), eds. A.J. Boudewijn Sirks and Klaas A. Worp, with the assistance of Roger S. Bagnall and Robert P. Salomons. Editions of some 75 previously unpublished papyri (mostly Greek), 24 ostraca, and two late-antique illustrations from textiles, and a complete bibliography of Piet Sijpesteijn. 10-ISBN 0-970059108, 13-ISBN 978-0-9700591-1-9 July, 2007. $110.00 ASP 43, It is Our Father Who Writes: Orders from the Monastery of Apollo at Bawit, ed. Sarah J. Clackson. Editions of 91 papyri, all but 13 of which are published for the first time; most texts are in Coptic. The texts concern the day-to-day administration of an Egyptian monastery in the eighth century CE. The central core consists of orders issued from a monastic superior to various subordinates, with some 71 the orders beginning with the formula "It is our father who writes to his son." The requisite indices and a bibliography complete the volume. 10-ISBN 0-9700591-5-9, 13-ISBN 978-0-9700591-5-4 Fall 2008. $60.00 ASP 44, Greek Documentary Papyri from Egypt in the Berlin Aegyptisches Museum (PRBerl.Cohen), ed. Nahum Cohen. Twenty documentary papyri of the Roman period from the collection of the Agyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung, Berlin; nos. 2, 7, and 12 appeared in print previously, and the other 17 for the first time. 10-ISBN: 0-9700591-6-7, 13-ISBN: 978-0-9700591-6-1 Spring 2007. $45.00 ASP 45, Kathleen McNamee, Annotations in Greek and Latin Texts from Egypt. Nine introductory essays examine the annotating of texts in antiquity and the ways in which annotations are inscribed into the rolls and codices. The Corpus of marginal and interlinear notes is arranged alphabetically by author
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