Volume LXXXIII of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri continues our publication of biblical texts, including what is only the second Egyptian witness to the Epistle of Philemon as well as further early witnesses to the text of Mark and Luke, and an amateur copy of excerpts from Ezekiel's Exagoge
Offers an account of Oxyrhynchus as an ancient city and archaeological site by surveying its material culture and art objects, including sculpture and draftsmanship, against the backdrop of the papyrus texts. This volume includes treatments of the site itself (city plan, topography, monuments, art and architecture).
An amalgamation of information about papyri which have been distributed given in vols IV, V, XI and XVI of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri series, also including information about where photographs have been published and where negatives are kept (other than at institutions holding the originals).
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.