• Abinnaeus archive, 713
    • Abraham, bishop of Hermonthis, 451–452
    • abstracts (of contracts), 582–583
    • accents, 590–596
    • accounts, 313, 316–321, 582–586
    • Acta Alexandrinorum, 686, 689, 692
    • administration, 634, 638–640
    • aediles, Curule, 21–23, 25–26, 31–32
    • Aigokeros, 663–664, 666–667
    • Alexandria, 13–14, 68, 70, 72, 435, 471–472, 474–477
    • Alexandria, Late Antique, 471–472
    • Alexandrian scholarship, 592
    • Alfius, 377, 379, 381–382
    • Ammonios Theodosiou, 565–567
    • annotation, 522, 524, 526–529
    • anthologies, 207–215
    • antimisthosis, 397–407
    • Antinoe, 171–174
    • Antinoopolis, 435
    • Antoninus Pius, 106
    • Anubis, 67–74
    • Aphrodito, 239–240
    • Apion family, 33–46
    • Apuleius, 68 n. 4
    • Arabic, 299
    • Arabic papyri and papers, 633–634, 636, 638–640
    • archaeology, 777–781
    • archidikastes, 692–693
    • Aristoboulos, 109–120
    • Aristotle, 747, 751
    • ark of covenant, 706
    • asceticism, 10–11
    • Asklepieion, 641
    • Athenaion politeia, 747, 749, 752
    • Attic comedy, 62–64
    • attitude (mood forms), 629
    • auditoria, 471–477
    • aulic titulature, 769
    • Aurelius Optatus, 5
    • author's name, 496, 504–508
    • autopragia, 572
    • Bagnall, R.S., 510–511
    • Bahr el-Wardan, 368–370
    • Betreffort, 209–213
    • Biblical texts, 171–172
    • Bibliographie Papyrologique, 509–520
    • bilingual documents, 427–430, 433
    • bilingual interference, 197, 203, 205 n. 12
    • bilingualism, 463, 466–467, 558
    • Birket Qarun, 150–156
    • bishop, 705
    • blessings, 278–283, 285, 287–288, 290
    • Bonn School, 295
    • Bonner, C., 519
    • book hand, 573–574, 580
    • book organization in hexametric text, 696–697, 701–702
    • breuion, 553
    • bureaucracy, 1–2
    • Cadastre of Aphrodito, 565–572
    • Cairo, Egyptian Museum, 152
    • calumny, 177–188
    • candidate, 435
    • capital letters, 525–528
    • capitation taxes (laographia), 309–310
    • capitulations, 253, 260
    • Capricorn, 663–664, 666–668
    • Carmen de bello actiaco (P.Herc. 817), 455–461
    • cartography, 85–89, 92
    • cataloguing, 445
    • catena, catenae, 522–523, 525–526, 528
    • cathedra, 473
    • census, Roman, 307, 309
    • chronology (Ptolemaic), 769
    • circulation, 597–598, 604
    • citation, 265–266, 269–270, 272–273
    • claim, 7–10
    • classis praetoria Misenensis, 377, 383
    • codex, 131–140, 747–752
    • codex, pre-assembled, 137
    • codicological reconstruction, 131–140
    • commentary, 679, 682
    • community, 47–48, 51
    • composition, 229, 231–235
    • compromise, 758–761
    • conjunctions, 626–627
    • conservation, 442–444
    • Constantinople, 243, 247–249
    • context, 777
    • Coptic funerary inscriptions, 172
    • Coptic texts, 171–174
    • coronis, 696–701
    • corpus linguistics, 623–624
    • council, 4–5
    • court judgement, 15–17
    • crime, criminal, 633–640
    • criteria for editions, 446 f.
    • cryptography, 551–558
    • customs dues, 141–148
    • Cynopolis, 71
    • Dakhleh Oasis, 17
    • Damian, patriarch of Alexandria, 452
    • De adulatione, 100–101
    • De aviditate, 102–103
    • De morte, 270 n. 30
    • De vitiis, 97–104
    • death declarations, 541, 544–546
    • decree of safe conduct, 253–255, 259, 261–262, 264
    • defensor civitatis, 34–35, 37–38
    • Delta, Nile, 85, 87, 90, 92–93
    • Demosthenes, 679
    • demotic, 725–732
    • demotic documents, 427–432, 434
    • Derveni papyrus, 77–83
    • Dikaiomata, 13, 19
    • Dime, 149, 155–156
    • Diogenes of Apollonia, 666–667
    • Dionysios, 113–115, 119–120
    • Dioscorides, 528–529
    • Dioscorus archive, 243–250
    • Dioscorus of Aphrodite, 243–250, 397–407, 451
    • dishes, 642
    • dispute, 7–9, 11
    • districts/quarters, 438
    • divorce, 7–9
    • document(s), 679
    • document type, 203
    • documentary titles/passages, 679
    • dogs, 605–607, 616–620
    • Doric dialect, 614
    • double documents, 763–776
    • double registration, 15
    • dreams, 649–659
    • duplum, 758–759
    • education, 471, 475–477
    • education, level of, 203–205
    • ekdikos, 34, 37–40, 41 n. 40
    • emancipation, 300–301
    • emperor, 243, 247–248
    • end-title, 696–697, 699–701
    • engagement, 47, 51
    • ephebate, 435
    • Epicurus, 265–274, 409
    • epistolary formulary, 278
    • epitaphs, 541–542, 544–545
    • epitaphs, animal, 605–620
    • eponymous priests, 763, 768, 771
    • erro (truant), 22–23, 26, 31
    • estate, 686, 692
    • Eumenides, 81–83
    • Eutychides, son of Sarapion (archive), 714
    • examination, 435
    • excavation, 777–779
    • Fayum, 152, 485–492
    • Fayum, abandonment, 365–372
    • fiber direction, 131–140
    • field of discourse, 630
    • Flavianos, 33–34, 41–43
    • flight (of liturgists and slaves), 345
    • focus, 626–627
    • formal round (hand), 355–360
    • format(s), 679–680
    • format styles, 682
    • fugitivus (fugitive), 21–32
    • guarantee, 339, 343
    • Geneva, 713
    • Genizah (Cairo), 714
    • geography, 667
    • georgos, 568–569
    • gifts, 541–550
    • glossae, 65, 589–596
    • gnome/sentential, 230–234
    • gospels, 131–140
    • grammatikos, 592
    • grapheion, 321, 581–582, 584–585
    • Greek, "bad," 197, 204
    • Greek, standard, 197–198, 205
    • Greek, substandard, 198, 205
    • Gregory of Nazianzus, 72–73
    • guardians/guardianship, 391–395
    • guilds, 257–259, 261, 264
    • gymnasium, 436
    • ḥadd-crimes, ḥadd-delicts, 636–637, 639
    • Half uncial, 525, 527–528
    • handwriting, small, 521–540
    • Hawara-Labyrinth, 368–372
    • health, 705
    • Heidmann, Josef, 291–292, 295
    • Heracleopolite nome, 218–219, 221
    • Heraclius, 451
    • Herakeidou Meris, 365–372
    • Herakleidas/-es, s. of Apion I, 36, 40–46,
    • Herculanean Papyrology, 291–298
    • Herculaneum, 178–188
    • Herculaneum Papyri (P.Herc.), 455–461, 717–724
    • Hermanubis, 67–74
    • Hermes, 67–68, 74
    • Hermoupolis, 189–190, 192–193, 196
    • Hesiod, 589–596
    • Hiba, al-/Ἀγκυρῶν πόλις, 207–215, 217–219, 221
    • hieros logos, 113–115, 119–120
    • Hombert, M., 509, 519
    • homologia, 758–759, 761
    • Ḥor archive, 653–654, 656, 658
    • Hypomnema(ta), 521, 523
    • ideational semantic component, 630
    • identity, 253–256, 259, 262, 264
    • image processing, 733–734
    • Imhotep/Imouthes, 653–659
    • incubation, 649–659
    • instrumenta, new, 250
    • interpersonal semantic component, 628
    • inventory, 642
    • irrigation, 191–194, 196, 365–372
    • Islamic law (šarīʿa), 633, 635–637, 639–640
    • Islamic, Muslim, 633–640
    • Jensen, Christian, 291–298
    • Jews, Judeans, 387–396
    • Judaism, 109–120
    • Judean law, 390–395
    • judicial proceedings, 686–689, 692
    • Justin II, 451–453
    • Karanis, 777–781
    • Kato toparchia (Κάτω τοπαρχία), 220–223
    • Kentenich, Gottfried, 291–292, 295
    • Kollouthos, Saint, 171–174
    • komogrammateus, 346 ff.
    • labor, 47–48, 51
    • land, 485–492
    • land ownership, 569
    • land-registers, 15–18
    • landlease, 769
    • landlord, 565, 657, 569, 571–572
    • language and style, 447
    • lashane, 449, 453
    • Late Antiquity, 476–477
    • Latin cursive, 553
    • leases, 399–402
    • Lecce University, 149
    • lecture halls, 474, 476–477
    • Leodamas, 217–225
    • lessee, 568–570
    • letter, 705
    • letter sizes, 521–540
    • Lieferungskauf, 338, 340–341
    • list, 558–559
    • liturgists, 3, 5, 345 ff.
    • loan (contract), 715
    • loan, fictitious, 757
    • Lobel, Edgar, 522
    • local government, 1
    • Lysimachos, 217–221, 223
    • manumission, 299–300
    • mapping, 777, 779–781
    • marginalia, 521–522, 524–525, 527
    • medicine, 493–494, 496–500, 503
    • Menas, son of Piseph, 715
    • Mendes, 88–89, 91
    • Mendesian nome, 85–92
    • merchandise, 21, 32
    • merchants, 254–259, 261–262, 264
    • middle level possessor, 569
    • military supply, 1
    • minuscule, 524–528
    • misthosis, 397–407
    • mode of discourse, 626
    • mortality, 541–545
    • multispectral imaging, 177–188, 460–461, 733–734
    • mummy labels, 541–542, 544–545
    • myth, 666–668
    • Myth of the Sun's Eye, 725–732
    • Nabulsi, an-, 367–368
    • Nachtergael, G., 510, 529–520
    • names, theophoric, 67–74
    • nation, 253–259, 262, 264
    • nation-state, 254–257, 259
    • Nemesion, s. of Zoilos, praktor argyrikon, 307, 309
    • Neuhausen, Karl August, 291–292, 295
    • night and day, 47–51
    • Nile, 663, 665–668
    • notebook, 53, 60–61
    • novatio, 759–761
    • Nubians, 463, 467–468
    • nun, 7, 10–11
    • nurse/nursing, 48, 50–51
    • obligation of paying taxes, 570
    • officials, 436
    • offsetting, 611–614
    • Oikonomos, 218–224
    • Omilia (ΟΜΕΙ̣ΛΙΑ̣Σ), 167
    • onomatos tou deinou / paying taxes in the name of somebody else, 567
    • openings (of letters), 277, 282–283, 285, 287–290
    • OpenText.org, 623–624
    • oracular questions, 172–174
    • orphans, 392–393, 393 note 21
    • Orpheus, 77, 79–81
    • Orphic, 77–78
    • orthography, 61, 65
    • Osorapis/Sarapis, 651–654, 656–657, 659
    • ostracon/-a, 227, 231, 234, 641
    • Oxyrhynchite nome, 217–224
    • "Oxyrhynchus Callimachus," 523–524
    • Oxyrhynchus, literary papyri, 573, 578–579
    • P.Hamb. III, 210–211, 215
    • P.Herc. 118, 733
    • P.Herc. 807, 275–266, 269, 272–274
    • P.Herc. 1010, 409, 411–412, 421
    • P.Herc. 1399, 165
    • P.Herc. disegni Napolitani, 455–457
    • P.Herc. Oxford apographs, 455–457
    • P.Herc.Paris. 2, 177–188
    • P.Köln 448, 213
    • P.Mich. inv. 6898, 239–240, 242
    • P.Oxy. XX 2258, 522, 533, 537
    • P.Stras. II 103, 210–211, 214–215
    • P.Stras.inv.W.G., 208–209, 211, 214
    • palaeography, 445 f.
    • Pan, 666–668
    • Panopolis, 1
    • papyri, Demosthenes, 680
    • papyri, facsimiles of, 455–460
    • papyri, magic, 105, 107–108
    • papyri, Ptolemaic, 698, 700–702
    • paragraphos, 696–701
    • paraphylake, 189–196
    • participation in discourse, 629
    • Patermouthis Archive, 7, 9–10
    • Paul, St., 47–48, 50
    • penal, 633–640
    • Pergamon, 641
    • petition, 243–250
    • Philadelphia, 307–311, 713
    • Philargyrius, 523
    • Philodemus, 97–104, 165, 177–188, 265, 267, 269–270, 291–298, 671, 717–724
    • physician, 494, 497, 502–503
    • Plato (Statesman, Meno), 355–360
    • Plutarch, 67, 71 n. 22
    • Poetica of Philodemus, 671
    • politeuma, 387–388, 390, 395
    • Porphyry, 67–68
    • prescript, 283, 285, 287–290
    • Presocratics, 79
    • price, 335–338, 340–343
    • priests/priesthood (Egyptian), 427, 429, 431
    • professional groups, 469–470
    • progymnasmata, 229, 231–232, 234–235
    • pronunciation, 61, 65
    • Ptolemaios, Septimios, 42–43
    • Ptolemaios archive, 658
    • Ptolemy Euergetes II Physcon, 116, 118–120
    • Ptolemy VI Philometor, 109–111, 118–120
    • publicity, 14
    • quadragesima / τεσσαρακοστή, 141–142, 146–148
    • quarrying, 463, 466, 468–470
    • quinquagesima / πεντηκοστή, 142–143, 146–148
    • quires, 131–140
    • reconstruction of a roll, 178–188, 421
    • register theory/analysis, 623, 625
    • registers (of contracts), 582–583, 585–587
    • registration (of contracts), 581, 586–588
    • rent rate, 764, 767-769, 772
    • restoration, 747, 750–752
    • ripristino topographico, 413, 419
    • Roman Fayum, 365–372
    • Roman uncial, 359–360
    • sale contract, 21, 24–25, 28, 31–32
    • sampi, 552, 554–555, 560
    • Saqqâra, 649–650, 652–654, 656–659
    • Schmid, Wolfgang, 291–298
    • Schober, Adolf, 292–293, 295
    • scholia, 521–540, 589–596, 747, 751
    • scholia, origin of, 523
    • school exercises, 227, 229, 235
    • scribe, royal (basilikos grammateus), 382–383
    • scribes, professional, 575–576, 578–580
    • script, small, 521–540
    • security, 253–254, 259, 261–264
    • sentence-connective particles, 198–204
    • Septimii, 40–43, 46
    • settlements, 485–492
    • ship, 299–302
    • Skeat, T.C. 131–140
    • slave, 21–32, 299–301, 348 ff.
    • slow writers, 576
    • Soknopaios, 105–107
    • Soknopaiou Nesos, 105–108, 149–150, 155, 427–431, 434, 713
    • Soknopaiou Nesos Project, 149
    • spectrum, writing, 573, 575, 580
    • speeches, Demosthenes, 679
    • St. Phoibammon, monastery of, 449, 451–453
    • state administration, 428–429, 431–432, 434
    • stichoi, 168
    • Stoic school, 121, 126
    • Stoics, 79
    • strategos, 345 ff., 382–383
    • stratigraphy, 779–781
    • structure (of letters), 278, 280, 285, 287, 289
    • student, 591, 594
    • style (subjective, objective, mixed), 285, 288
    • subscription, 167–168
    • Sun, 663, 665–667
    • sungraphē, 757–758, 760–761
    • superbia dei servi, 332 s.
    • superbia e filosofi, 327, 329
    • superbia e sorte, 328 s., 330
    • syntaxis, 314
    • synteleia, 571
    • syntelestes, 567, 569, 571–572
    • syntrophos, 377–378
    • tag, label (fr. étiquette), 493–494, 497, 499
    • Talei, 485–492
    • Taurinos, 705, 708–709
    • tax archive, Julio-Claudian Philadelphia, 307, 309–311
    • taxation, 313–321, 546–548
    • teacher, 591, 594
    • Tebtunis, 313–321
    • temple (Egyptian), 427, 429, 431–432, 434
    • tenants, 404
    • tenor of discourse, 628
    • testaments, 541–550
    • testatrix, 299–301
    • textiles, 558–559
    • textual semantic component, 626
    • thematization, 626, 628
    • Theogony, 589–596
    • Thessalonike, 47, 51
    • Thmouis / Thmuis, 85, 87–93
    • Tholthis, 217, 221–223
    • Thoth, 652–653, 655–657
    • thronos, 474
    • title, 493, 496–499, 502–508
    • tituli picti, 105, 107–108
    • topography, 485, 490
    • toponymy, 85–86
    • touto d'estin clause, 760–761
    • transfer of tax payment, 571–572
    • translation, 725–732
    • Tsone, Aurelia, 7–11
    • Thucydides, 597–604
    • Turner, Eric G., 523–524
    • typology, 446
    • uncial, 524–528
    • University of Michigan, 149–150
    • unrolling, 441
    • Urkunden, 241
    • van Hoesen, H.B., 509–510, 519
    • versus reclamans, 697, 700
    • vineyard, 299–301
    • vizier (duties of), 14
    • volumen, 179–188
    • wages, 466
    • Waqf, 299–301
    • Vienna, 335–340, 342–343
    • water lifting device, 193
    • White, J.W., 521–522
    • Wilamowitz, Ulrich von, 521
    • will, 299–301
    • Wilson, Nigel G., 523
    • Winter, J.G., 510–511
    • word-list, 53, 60–65
    • writing materials (papyrus, paper), 277
    • Youtie, H.C., 510–511, 519–520
    • Zenon archive, 198, 205, 605–620
    • Zuntz, Günther, 522

    Greek Terms

    • ἀφών]ων, 676
    • ἄρθρωσις, 674
    • βιβλιοφύλαξ, 686–688
    • δαίμων, 81–82
    • εἰκοστή, 142, 148
    • ἐξεργασία, 230–232, 234–235
    • ἴχνους ἐρημοφυλακία, 145–146
    • κοινωνία, 193–194
    • λέξις, 675
    • λιμὴν Μέμφεως, 145–146
    • Λόγος δημοσίου, 571
    • μοναχή, 7, 10–11
    • τετάρτη, 142–144, 147–148
    • ὑπερηφανία, 323–33