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Roger Bagnall

Professor of Ancient History
Leon Levy Director Emeritus
On Leave 2016-17 (212) 992.7833 15 E. 84th Street New York, NY 10028

Before joining the NYU faculty in 2007, Bagnall was Jay Professor of Greek and Latin and Professor of History at Columbia University, where he had taught for 33 years. During that time he served as Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Chair of the Department of Classics. Educated at Yale University and the University of Toronto, he specializes in the social and economic history of Hellenistic, Roman and Late Antique Egypt. He has held many leadership positions in the fields of classics and papyrology; he is co-founder of a multi-university consortium creating the Advanced Papyrological Information System. Among his best-known works are Egypt in Late Antiquity (1993), The Demography of Roman Egypt (1994; with Bruce Frier), Reading Papyri, Writing Ancient History (1995), Early Christian Books in Egypt (2009), and Everyday Writing in the Graeco-Roman East (2010). His edition (with Giovanni Ruffini) of the first volume of Ostraka from Trimithis inaugurated ISAW's series of digital books. He has also edited many volumes of papyri and other ancient texts.  He directs NYU's excavation project at Amheida (jointly sponsored with Columbia) in the Dakhla Oasis in Egypt. His latest book, An Oasis City, presents the results of the Amheida excavations.He is a member of the American Philosophical Society and the Académie Royale de Belgique, as well as a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the British Academy and a Corresponding Member of the German Archaeological Institute. In October, 2016 he received an honorary doctorate from the Université de Paris-Sorbonne.

Bagnall is one of the general editors of the 13-volume Encyclopedia of Ancient History, which appeared from Wiley-Blackwell in November 2012 and is regularly enlarged and updated.  Other recent publications include the graffiti from the basilica in the agora of ancient Smyrna and publication of texts from the excavations at Amheida and Berenike. He retired as Leon Levy Director of ISAW in 2016.


Full curriculum vitae:

Education and Degrees

1964-1968   Yale University: B.A., 1968
1968-1972   University of Toronto: M.A., 1969; Ph.D., 1972
1970-1971   American School of Classical Studies at Athens (Associate Member)

Positions Held

1968-70, 1971-72 University College, Toronto: Teaching Fellow

Florida State University, Tallahassee: Assistant Professor of Classics

Columbia University: Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin (1974-79) Associate Professor of Classics and History (1979-83) Professor of Classics and History (1983-2006) Jay Professor of Greek and Latin and Professor of History (2006-07) Professor Emeritus and Adjunct Senior Research Scholar (2007- ) Acting Chair, Classics (1985-86, 2003); Chair (1994-2000) Dean, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (1989-93) Deputy Vice President for Arts and Sciences (1992-93) Acting Chair, Department of English (2000-01) Acting Chair, Department of Italian (2002-03)

Yale University: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library Master Class in Papyrology

Union Theological Seminary, Adjunct Professor

University of Iowa, Ida Beam Distinguished Visiting Professor

2004 (fall)
American University in Cairo, Visiting Professor of Coptic Studies

2005 (fall)
University of California, Berkeley, Sather Professor of Classical Literature

Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University Professor of Ancient History and Leon Levy Director (2007-16)

Academic Honors and Awards


National Merit Scholarship; Robert C. Bates Travelling Fellowship; Woodrow Wilson Fellow designate; Phi Beta Kappa; graduated summa cum laude with exceptional distinction as Scholar of the House; six departmental prizes in Greek and Latin


American Society of Papyrologists fellowship to summer program in papyrology, Philadelphia, 1968; University of Toronto open fellowship; Canada Council Doctoral Fellowship


Florida State University research grant; Canada Council summer research assistantship


American Council of Learned Societies Grant-in-Aid (1975-76); ACLS Study Fellowship (1976-77); 3 Columbia University research grants; American Philosophical Society Grants-in-Aid (1980, 1984); National Endowment for the Humanities, Fellowship for Independent Study and Research (1984-85); ACLS Travel Grant (1986); American Numismatic Society: Elected Fellow (1987); John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship (1990-91); NEH, Summer Stipend (1994); Christ Church, Oxford, Fowler Hamilton Visiting Research Fellowship (1995-96); Académie Royale des Sciences, des Lettres, et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Membre associé (elected 1997); National Endowment for the Humanities, director of Summer Seminars for College Teachers (1987, 1990, 1999); American Academy of Arts and Sciences (elected 2000); Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Visiting Scholar (spring, 2001); American Philosophical Society (elected 2001); J.H. Gray Lecturer, University of Cambridge (2003); Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Distinguished Achievement Award (2003); Sather Professor of Classical Literature, University of California at Berkeley (fall 2005); Directeur d'études invité, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris (2006); Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy (2006)

New York University

Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar (2007-8); Alexander S. Onassis Foundation Visiting Scholar, Athens (2009-10); Haecker Lecturer, University of Heidelberg (2010); Corresponding Member, German Archaeological Institute (2015); Docteur honoris causa, Université de Paris-Sorbonne (2016).

Professional Offices and Service

American Society of Papyrologists: Secretary-Treasurer (1974-79); Director (1980-83, 1987-89); Vice-President (1989-93); President (1993-97); Financial Trustee (2013-16)

American Philological Association: Secretary, Committee on Basic Research Tools (1979-80); Secretary-Treasurer (1979-85); Project Director, Preservation Microfilming Project (1984-88); Member, Finance Committee (1985-88); member, Board of Directors (1988-91); member, Classical Atlas Committee (1989-2000); Vice President for Research (2009-2013)

Egyptological Seminar of New York: Director and Member of Editorial Board (1979-83); President (1981-83)

Classical Micropublishing Incorporated: President (1978-83)

Scholars Press: Member, Board of Trustees (1977-85); Executive Committee (1979-85); Investment Committee (1984-90)

XVI International Congress of Papyrology (July 1980): Organizer and Secretary

American Council of Learned Societies: Member of Selection Committee for Study Fellowships (1981-82); Selection Committee for Fellowships for Recent Recipients of the Ph.D. (1982); Chairman, Conference of Secretaries Committee on Journals (1980); Member, Conference of Secretaries Executive Committee (1981-84); Secretary (1981-84); Fellowship Pre-screener (1986-88); Delegate of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2011- )

American Research Center in Egypt: Member, Budget and Fiscal Affairs Committee (1982-85); Member, Publications Committee (1983-85)

VIII Congress of the International Federation of Associations of Classical Studies (Dublin, August 1984): Director, Papyrological Colloquium

National Humanities Center: Fellowship Pre-screener (1986-89, 1993-94, 1997-99, 2001-2004)

Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute: Trustee (1991-95, 1996-99); Vice President for Academic Affairs (1994-95); Treasurer (1998-99)

Association Internationale de Papyrologues: Member of the Comité International de Papyrologie (1992-2001); President (2007-13)

American School of Classical Studies at Athens: Member, Managing Committee (1995-2007)

Bryn Mawr Review of Electronic Resources: Member, Editorial Board (1998-2002)

American Journal of Archaeology: Member, Editorial Board (1998-2004)

Wells College, Trustee (2006-09)

American Numismatic Society, Trustee (2006-11), Second Vice President (2009-11)

Summer Seminar in Papyrology (American Society of Papyrologists; at Columbia University), co-director (2006)

Phi Beta Kappa: Visiting Scholars Program Committee (2009- )

Society for Classical Studies: President (2016)

American Philosophical Society: Committee on Meetings (2013- ); Council (2014- ); Curator of Fine Art and Chair, Committee on Museum (2015-)

American Academy of Arts and Sciences: Delegate to the American Council of Learned Societies (2011-2015)


University Service (Columbia)

Presidential Commission on the Future of the Libraries (1980-83); Chairman, Committee on Preservation and Collection Housing (1981-82); Chairman, Committee on RLG (1982)

Library Service Review Committee (1982-83); member, School of Library Service Executive Committee (1984-86); Chairman, Library Service Review Committee (1989-90)

Presidential Task Force on Information Processing (1983-84); Chairman, Committee on User Needs

Project Aurora Selection Committee (1985-87)

University Senate Housing Policy Committee (1985-88); Chairman (1986-88)

University Senate: School of General Studies senator (1986-88)

Faculty Planning Committee for the Arts and Sciences (1986-87)

History and Humanities Advisory Council, University Libraries (1988-89)

Program in Hellenic Studies, Chairman of Steering Committee (1987-90, 1993-2000); member (2000- )

University Seminar in Classical Civilization: Co-Chairman (1988-89); Chairman (1993-95)

Butler Library Renovation Program Planning Committee (1989-94); Pilot Reading Room Planning Committee (1993-94)

Strategic Planning Commission (1992-93): Chair, Library and Information Services Task Force

Committee on Undergraduate Education: Co-Chair (1994-95); Subcommittee on Resources (1993-94)

Steering Committee of Department Chairs: Chair (1994-95, 1996-98)

Governing Board, Society of Fellows in the Humanities (1996-2000)

Provost’s Committee on Libraries and Information Systems (1997-2003)

Ad Hoc Committee on Housing Policy (1997-99)

Executive Committee, Institute for Research on Women and Gender (1997-2000)

Columbia College Board of Visitors (1998-2000)

Committee on Faculty Services: Chair  (1998-2000)

Academic Review Committee (2001-04)

Committee on Strategic Thinking and Acting Through Technology (2002-03)

Committee on a Columbia Humanities Center (2002-03)

Campus Planning Committee (2003-04)

Graduate Supervision

(This list includes only former students for whom I was the primary adviser.)

Silviu Anghel (Ph.D. Columbia, 2011)

Dissertation: Burying the Gods

Postdoctoral researcher, University of Göttingen


Nicola Aravecchia (Ph.D. University of Minnesota, 2009)

Dissertation: Christians of the Western Desert in Late Antiquity: The Fourth-Century Church Complex of Ain el-Gedida in the Dakhleh Oasis, Upper Egypt

Clinical Assistant Professor of Archaeology, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University <>


Anna L. Boozer (Ph.D. Columbia, 2007)

Dissertation: Housing Empire : the Archaeology of Daily Life in Roman Amheida, Egypt

Assistant Professor of History, Baruch College, CUNY


Raffaella Cribiore (Ph.D. Columbia, 1993)

Dissertation published: Writing, Teachers, and Students in Graeco-Roman Egypt (Atlanta 1996)

Professor of Classics, New York University<>


Diana Delia (Ph.D. Columbia, 1983)

Dissertation published: Alexndrian Citizenship During the Roman Principate (Atlanta 1991)

Formerly Associate Professor of History, Rhode Island College


Jennifer Sheridan Moss (Ph.D. Columbia, 1990)

Dissertation published: Columbia Papyri IX : the Vestis militaris Codex (Atlanta 1998)

Associate Professor of Classics, Wayne State University



Michael G. Peachin (Ph.D. Columbia, 1983)

Dissertation published: Roman Imperial Titulature and Chronology, A.D. 235-284 (Amsterdam 1990)

Professor of Classics, New York University<>


David M. Ratzan (Ph.D. Columbia, 2011)

Dissertation: Contract Norms and Contract Enforcement in Graeco-Roman Egypt

Lecturer in Classics, Columbia University <>


Giovanni R. Ruffini (Ph.D. Columbia, 2005)

Dissertation published: Social Networks in Byzantine Egypt (Cambridge 2008)

Associate Professor of History, Fairfield University<>


Timothy M. Teeter (Ph.D. Columbia, 1989)

Dissertation published: Columbia Papyri XI (Atlanta 1998)

Associate Professor of History, Georgia Southern University<>


Glen L. Thompson (Ph.D. Columbia, 1990)

Dissertation: The Earliest Papal Correspondence (publication forthcoming)

Professor of History, Wisconsin Lutheran College<>


Henry J. Watkin (Ph.D. Columbia, 1988)

Dissertation: The Development of Cities in Cyprus from the Archaic to the Roman Period

Associate Director of Admission, New School


Susan Wessel (Ph.D. Columbia, 2000)

Dissertation published:  Cyril of Alexandria and the Nestorian Controversy: The Making of a Saint and of a Heretic (Oxford 2004)

Assistant Professor of Church History and Historical Theology, Catholic University of America<>


A. Books

1. Death and Taxes: Ostraka in the Royal Ontario Museum I (Am.Stud.Pap. 10, Toronto 1971) (with A.E. Samuel, A.K. Bowman and W.K. Hastings)

2. The Administration of the Ptolemaic Possessions outside Egypt (Columbia Stud.Class.Trad. 4, Leiden 1976)

3. Ostraka in Amsterdam Collections (Stud.Amst. 9, Zutphen 1976) (with P.J. Sijpesteijn and K.A. Worp)

4. Ostraka in the Royal Ontario Museum II (Am.Stud.Pap. 15, Toronto 1976) (with A.E. Samuel)

5. The Florida Ostraka: Documents from the Roman Army in Upper Egypt (GRBM 7, Durham, NC 1976)

6. The Chronological Systems of Byzantine Egypt (Stud.Amst. 8, Zutphen 1978) (with K.A. Worp)

7. Checklist of Editions of Greek Papyri and Ostraca (BASP Suppl. 1, Missoula 1978) (with J.F. Oates and W.H. Willis)

8. Regnal Formulas in Byzantine Egypt (BASP Suppl. 2, Missoula 1979) (with K.A. Worp)

9. Columbia Papyri VII: Fourth Century Documents from Karanis (Am.Stud.Pap. 20, Missoula 1980) (with N. Lewis)

10. Greek Ostraka: A Catalogue of the Collection of Greek Ostraka in the National Museum of Antiquities at Leiden with a Chapter on the Greek Ostraka in the Papyrological Institute of the University of Leiden (Coll. Nat.Mus.Antiq. Leiden 4, Zutphen 1980) (with P.J. Sijpesteijn and K.A. Worp)

11. Greek Historical Documents: The Hellenistic Period (Chico 1981) (with P.S. Derow)

12. Checklist of Editions of Greek Papyri and Ostraca, 3rd edition (BASP Suppl. 4, Atlanta 1985) (with J.F. Oates, W.H. Willis, and K.A. Worp)

13. Currency and Inflation in Fourth Century Egypt (BASP Suppl. 5, Atlanta 1985)

14. Consuls of the Later Roman Empire (APA Philological Monographs 36, Atlanta 1987) (with Alan Cameron, Seth R. Schwartz, and K.A. Worp)

15. Columbia Papyri VIII (Am.Stud.Pap. 28, Atlanta 1990) (with T. T. Renner and K.A. Worp)

16. Checklist of Editions of Greek and Latin Papyri, Ostraca and Tablets, 4th ed. (BASP Suppl. 7, Atlanta 1992) (with J.F. Oates, W.H. Willis and K.A. Worp)

17. Egypt in Late Antiquity (Princeton 1993; paperback 1996)

18. The Demography of Roman Egypt (Cambridge 1994) (with Bruce W. Frier)

19. Reading Papyri, Writing Ancient History (London 1995)

20. Columbia Papyri X (American Studies in Papyrology 34, 1996) (with Dirk Obbink)

21. The Census Register P.Oxy. 984: The Reverse of Pindar's Paeans (Papyrologica Bruxellensia 29, Brussels 1997) (with B. W. Frier and I. C. Rutherford)

22. The Kellis Agricultural Account Book (P.Kell. IV Gr.96) (Dakhleh Oasis Project Monographs 7, Oxford 1997)

23. Documents from Berenike I: Ostraka from the 1997 and 1998 Seasons (Pap.Brux. 31, Brussels 2000), with Christina Helms and Arthur Verhoogt

24. Checklist of Editions of Greek, Latin, Demotic and Coptic Papyri, Ostraca and Tablets, 5th ed. (BASP Suppl. 9, Oakville, Ct. 2001) (with J. F. Oates et al.)

25. Later Roman Egypt: Society, Religion, Economy and Administration (Variorum Collected Studies, Aldershot 2003)

26. The Hellenistic Period: Historical Sources in Translation, 2nd ed. (Oxford 2004) (with P. S. Derow)

27. Chronological Systems of Byzantine Egypt, 2nd ed. (Leiden 2003) (with K. A. Worp)

28. Documents from Berenike II: Texts from the 1999-2001 Seasons (Pap.Brux. 33, Brussels 2005), with Christina Helms and Arthur Verhoogt

29. Women's Letters from Ancient Egypt, 300 BC-AD 800 (Ann Arbor 2006) (with R. Cribiore)

30. Hellenistic and Roman Egypt: Sources and Approaches (Variorum Collected Studies, Aldershot 2006)

31. The Demography of Roman Egypt, 2nd edition with addenda (Cambridge 2006) (with Bruce W. Frier)

32. Leggere i papiri, scrivere la storia antica, trans. N. Aravecchia (Rome 2007) (translation of A19)

33. Reading Papyri, Writing Ancient History (Shanghai 2007) [Chinese translation of A19].

34. Livres chrétiens antiques d’Égypte (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Hautes Études du monde gréco-romain 44, Geneva 2009).

35. Early Christian Books in Egypt (Princeton 2009).

36. Everyday Writing in the Graeco-Roman East (Berkeley 2010)

37. A Sixth Century Tax Register from the Hermopolite Nome (Durham, NC 2011) (with J. G. Keenan and L. MacCoull)

38. Amheida I. Ostraka from Trimithis, volume 1 (New York 2012) (with G. R. Ruffini)

39. Arabic translation of Reading Papyri, Writing Ancient History (Alexandria 2011 [2013])

 40. Eine Wüstenstadt. Leben und Kultur in einer ägyptischen Oase im 4. Jahrhundert n. Chr. (Stuttgart 2013)

 41. An Oasis City, New York 2015 (with N. Aravecchia, R. Cribiore, P. Davoli, S. McFadden, and O. E. Kaper)

42. Amheida 3. Ostraka from Trimithis, volume 2 (New York 2016) (with R. Ast)

 43. Graffiti from the Basilica in the Agora of Smyrna, New York, 2016 (with R. Casagrande-Kim, A. Ersoy, and C. Tanriver)


B. Contributions to Books

1. To Oxyrhynchus Papyri XXXVIII (London 1971) nos. 2874-2877

2. To Collectanea Papyrologica: Texts Published in Honor of H.C. Youtie II (Pap.Texte Abh. 20, Bonn 1976)

3. "Epigraphy: Greek and Latin," in Quseir al-Qadim 1978: Preliminary Report, ed. D.S. Whitcomb and J.H. Johnson (Cairo 1979) 243-44

4. Nos. 50-53 in Papyri Greek and Egyptian ed. ... in Honour of Eric Gardner Turner (London 1981) 194-97

5. Note in "Epigraphy," in Quseir al-Qadim 1980: Preliminary Report, ed. D.S. Whitcomb and J.H. Johnson (Undena 1982) 264

6. "Nomination of a Goldsmith to Collect Taxes," Festschrift zum 100-jahrigen Bestehen der Papyrussammlung der Oesterreichischen Nationalbibliothek (Wien 1983) 422-25 no. 122

7. "Wax Tablets in the Pierpont Morgan Library," in Tavolette lignee e cerate da varie collezioni, ed. R. Pintaudi and P.J. Sijpesteijn (Pap.Flor. 18, 1989) 153-65

8. "Response to H. A. Rupprecht," Symposion 1990. Vorträge zur griechischen und hellenistischen Rechtsgeschichte (Köln 1991) 149-52

9. Comment, in L'"inflazione" nel quarto secolo d.C. (Rome 1993) 208-16

10. "Petition," P.Michigan Koenen: Michigan Texts Published in Honor of Ludwig Koenen (P.Mich. XVIII) (Amsterdam 1996) 296-301 no. 793

11. "The Fayum and its People," in Ancient Faces: Mummy Portraits from Roman Egypt (British Museum) (London 1997) 17-20

12. Chapter 4, "Status and Law," in Women and Society in Greek and Roman Egypt, ed. J. L. Rowlandson (Cambridge 1998) 155-217 (with James G. Keenan)

13. "I papiri e la storia," in Scrivere libri e documenti nel mondo antico, ed. G. Cavallo et al. (Pap.Flor. 30, Florence 1998) 55-66

14. "Fayum," "Papyrus," "Parchment," and "Rent" in Late Antiquity: A Guide to the Postclassical World, ed. G. W. Bowersock et al. (Cambridge, Mass., 1999)

15. "The Ostraka," in Berenike 1997, ed. S. E. Sidebotham and W. Z. Wendrich (Leiden 1999) 201-05 (with C. Helms and A. Verhoogt)

16. Comment on monetary aspects, in Griechische Papyri der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg (P.Hamb. IV), no. 267, ed. D. Hagedorn and B. Kramer (APF Bh. 4, 1998) 149-52

17. "Inscriptions from Wadi Kalalat," in Berenike 1998, ed. S. E. Sidebotham and W. Wendrich (Leiden 2000) 403-412

18. "Two 4th-Century Accounts from Kellis," in Papyri in honorem Johannis Bingen octogenarii (Studia varia Bruxellensia 5, Brussels 2000) 495-507 (with K. A. Worp)

19. "A Property Division from Aphrodito," in Papyri in honorem Johannis Bingen octogenarii (Studia varia Bruxellensia 5, Brussels 2000) 537-44 (with J. G. Keenan)

20. "Preliminary Report on the Textual Finds," in Berenike 1998, ed. S. E. Sidebotham and W. Z. Wendrich (Leiden 2000) 179-181 (with C. Helms and A. Verhoogt)

21. "Roman Occupation," in Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt, ed. D. Redford et al. (New York 2001) 3.148-156

22. "Copts," in Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt, ed. D. Redford et al. (New York 2001) 1.302-307

23. "Receipt for Delivery of Oil," in Wiener Papyri als Festgabe zum 60. Geburtstag von Hermann Harrauer, ed. B. Palme (Vienna 2001) 143-145

24. "A Coptic Graffito from the Valley Building at Deir Mustafa Kashef," in Essays and Texts in Honor of J. David Thomas (American Studies in Papyrology 42, 2001) 263

25. "Alexandria," "Apollonios (dioiketes)," "Arsinoe," "Naukratis," "Papyrology," "Papyrus," "Ptolemies," and "Ptolemy I" in The Cambridge Guide to Classical Civilization, ed. L. Foxhall et al. (Cambridge 2006)

26. “Three Hermopolite Leases from the Vienna Collection,” in Gedenkschrift Ulrike Horak, ed. H. Harrauer and R. Pintaudi (Pap.Flor. 34, Florence 2004) 49-57 nos. 8-10, with pll. V-VII

27. “Order to Send a Person,” in Gedenkschrift Ulrike Horak, ed. H. Harrauer and R. Pintaudi (Pap.Flor. 34, Florence 2004)  (with Fritz Mitthof)

28. “Quittung über eine Proviantlieferung an Steinbrucharbeiter,” in Gedenkschrift Ulrike Horak, ed. H. Harrauer and R. Pintaudi (Pap.Flor. 34, Florence 34)  (with Fritz Mitthof)

29. Chapters 9 (The Western Oases) and 10 (The Eastern Desert) in Egypt from Alexander to the Copts: An Archaeological and Historical Guide, ed. R. S. Bagnall and D. W. Rathbone (London 2004)

29a. “Preface,” in P. Davoli, Oggetti in argilla dall’area templare di Bakchias (El-Fayyum, Egitto) (Pisa 2005) 13.

30. “Ostraka in the British Library,” in Papyri in Memory of P. J. Sijpesteijn (Am.Stud.Pap. 40, Oakville, Ct. 2007) 253-64 (with K. A. Worp)

31. “Introduction,” in Egypt in the Byzantine World, 300-700, ed. R. S. Bagnall (Cambridge 2007) 1-17

31a. “Geleitwort zur 2. Auflage,” in T. S. Richter, Rechtssemantik und forensische Rhetorik, 2 ed. (Wiesbaden 2008) ix-xi.

32. "Ostraka," in An Island through Time: Jerba Studies 1, by A. Drine, E. Fentress, and R. Holod (Portsmouth, R.I. 2009) 330-340 (with Z. Várhelyi)

33. “4956-4957. Two Census Declarations,” in Oxyrhynchus Papyri LXXIII, ed. D. Obbink and N. Gonis (London 2009) 146-151

34. “Ostraca from the Collection of Naphtali Lewis,” in F.A.J. Hoogendijk and B.P. Muhs, eds, Sixty-Five Papyrological Texts Presented to Klaas A. Worp on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday (Pap.Lugd.Bat. 33, Leiden 2008) 329-42 (with R. Cribiore and J. G. Keenan)

35. Chapter 3, “Response to Elio Lo Cascio,” in A. K. Bowman and A. Wilson, eds., Quantifying the Roman Economy (Oxford 2009) 107-112.

36. Chapter 6, “Response to Alan Bowman,” in A. K. Bowman and A. Wilson, eds., Quantifying the Roman Economy (Oxford 2009) 205-209.

37. “Sales of Movables,” in Law and Society in Egypt from Alexander to the Arab Conquest, ed. J. G. Keenan, J. G. Manning, and U. Yiftach (Cambridge, forthcoming

37. “Sales of Movables,” in Law and Legal Practice in Egypt from Alexander to the Arab Conquest, ed. J. G. Keenan, J. G. Manning, and U. Yiftach (Cambridge 2014) 304-314

 38. “Written and Spoken Languages in Ptolemaic Egypt,” in R. Casagrande-Kim, ed., When the Greeks Ruled Egypt (Princeton 2014) 30-42

 39. “Alexandria,” in C. Fluck, G. Helmecke, and E. O’Connell, Ein Gott: Abrahams Erben am Nil (Berlin 2015) 48-63

 40. “A Receipt for κωμοκάτοικοι,” Berlin, forthcoming

 41. “Gardens in Roman Egypt,” in Gardens of the Roman World, ed. W. Jashemski, forthcoming

 42. “Inscriptions from Berenike, 2010-2011,” in S. E. Sidebotham and I. Zych, eds., Berenike 2010-2011, forthcoming


C. Books Edited

1. Proceedings of the XVI International Congress of Papyrology (American Studies in Papyrology 23, Chico, CA 1981)

2. Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A. Arthur Schiller (Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition 13, Leiden 1986)

3. Essays and Texts in Honor of J. David Thomas (American Studies in Papyrology 42, 2001) (with Traianos Gagos)

4. Egypt from Alexander to the Copts: An Archaeological and Historical Guide (London 2004) (with Dominic Rathbone)

5. Egypt in the Byzantine World, 300-700 (Cambridge 2007)

6. Hellenistic Egypt, by J. Bingen (Edinburgh 2007)

7. Papyri in Memory of P. J. Sijpesteijn (American Studies in Papyrology 40, 2007) (Assistant Editor)

8. The Oxford Handbook of Papyrology (New York 2009)

9. Encyclopedia of Ancient History ,13 vols. and electronic edition (Oxford 2012) (with K. Brodersen et al.)

10. Egypt from Alexander to the Copts: An Archaeological and Historical Guide, 2nd revised ed., Cairo, 2016 (with Dominic Rathbone)


D. Articles

1. "An Order for Nails," BASP 5 (1968) 99-104

2. "Three Papyri from Oxyrhynchus," BASP 5 (1968) 135-50

3. "Notes on the Leiden Ostraca," BASP 6 (1969) 65-72 (with P.J. Sijpesteijn)

4. "Some Notes on P.Hib. 198," BASP 6 (1979) 73-118

5. "Notes on the Leiden Ostraca, II," BASP 8 (1971) 101-12 (with P.J. Sijpesteijn)

6. "The Ptolemaic Trierarchs," Cd'E 46 (1971) 356-62

7. "Theogenes the Dioiketes," AncSoc 3 (1972) 111-19

8. "Stolos the Admiral," Phoenix 26 (1972) 358-68

9. "Three Notes on Ptolemaic Inscriptions," ZPE 11 (1973) 121-27

10. "Documents from Kourion: A Review Article," Phoenix 27 (1973) 99-117, 213-44 (with Thomas Drew-Bear)

11. "Notes on the History of Kourion," Cd'E 49 (1974) 179-95 (with Thomas Drew-Bear)

12. "The Toparch Leon and his Archive," GRBS 15 (1974) 215-20

13. "A Checklist of Editions of Greek Papyri and Ostraca," BASP 11 (1974) 1-35 (with J.F. Oates and W.H. Willis)

14. "Ptolemaic Foreign Correspondence in P.Tebt. 8," JEA 61 (1975) 168-80

15. "Orders for Payment from a Banker's Archive: Papyri in the Collection of Florida State University," AncSoc 6 (1975) 79-108 (with R. Bogaert)

16. "The Roman Garrison of Latopolis," BASP 12 (1975) 134-44

17. "Archagathos, Epistates of Libya," Philologus 120 (1976) 195-209 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter VII)

18. "Three Receipts for Poll-Tax and Bath-Tax," StudPap 16 (1977) 31-34 (with P.J. Sijpesteijn)

19. "Currency in the Fourth Century and the Date of CPR V 26," ZPE 24 (1977) 111-24 (with P.J. Sijpesteijn)

20. "Price in 'Sales on Delivery'," GRBS 18 (1977) 85-96 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XV)

21. "Papyrology," Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science XXI (New York 1977) 397-408

22. "Politiewerk op het Platteland in Romeins Egypte," Spiegel Historiael 12 (1977) 386-89

23. "Commodity Prices in P.Stras. 595," ZPE 27 (1977) 161-64 (with K.A. Worp)

24. "Army and Police in Roman Upper Egypt," JARCE 14 (1977) 67-86 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XVIII)

25. "A Receipt for Gold Bullion," Cd'E 52 (1977) 319-21 (with K.A. Worp)

26. "Bullion Purchases and Landholding in the Fourth Century," Cd'E 52 (1977) 322-36 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XIX)

27. "P.NYU 15 and the Kephalaiotai of Karanis," StudPap 17 (1978) 49-54

28. "Ten Consular Dates," ZPE 28 (1978) 221-30 (with K.A. Worp)

29. "P.Erl. 52 B Recto: A Reedition," ZPE 28 (1978) 231-37 (with K.A. Worp)

30. "Property-holdings of Liturgists in Fourth-century Karanis," BASP 15 (1978) 9-16 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XXIII)

31. "Notes on Egyptian and Greek Ostraka," Enchoria 8 (1978) 143-50

32. "The Consuls of A.D. 411-412," Mnemosyne 31 (1978) 287-93 (with K.A. Worp)

33. "The Number and Term of the Dekaprotoi," Aegyptus 58 (1978) 160-67 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XXIV)

34. "Chronological Notes on Byzantine Documents I," BASP 15 (1978) 233-46 (with K.A. Worp)

35. "Dekaprotoi and Epigraphai," BASP 16 (1979) 185-89 (with J.D. Thomas)

36. "Ostraka from the Yale Collection," BASP 16 (1979) 3-11

37. "A General Bibliography of Papyrology," Actes du XVe Congrés International de Papyrologie (Pap.Brux. 18, Bruxelles 1979) 17-19

38. "The Date of the Hermopolite Land Registers: A Review Article," BASP 16 (1979) 159-68 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XX)

39. "Chronological Notes on Byzantine Documents II," BASP 16 (1979) 221-37 (with K.A. Worp)

40. "Chronological Notes on Byzantine Documents III," BASP 16 (1979) 239-47 (with K.A. Worp)

41. "Notes on Karanis Papyri," Coptic Studies Presented to Mirrit Boutros Ghali, ed. L.S.B. MacCoull (Cairo 1979) 1-2

42. "Papyrus Documentation in Egypt from Justinian to Heraclius," Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar 1 (1979) 5-10 (with K.A. Worp)

43. "Three Regnal Dates Assigned to 310/311," Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar 1 (1979) 11-13 (with K.A. Worp)

44. "Chronological Reckoning in Byzantine Egypt," GRBS 20 (1979) 279-95 (with K.A. Worp)

45. "The Date of the Foundation of Alexandria," American Journal of Ancient History 4 (1979) 46-49 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter IV)

46. "P.Oxy. XVI 1905, SB V 7756, and Fourth Century Taxation," ZPE 37 (1980) 185-96 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XVIII)

47. "Grain Land in the Oxyrhynchite Nome," ZPE 37 (1980) 263-64 (with K.A. Worp)

48. "Chronological Notes on Byzantine Documents IV," BASP 17 (1980) 5-18 (with K.A. Worp)

49. "Chronological Notes on Byzantine Documents V," BASP 17 (1980) 19-25 (with K.A. Worp)

50. "Chronological Notes on Byzantine Documents VI," BASP 17 (1980) 27-36 (with K.A. Worp)

51. "Papyrus Documentation in Egypt from Constantine to Justinian," Miscellanea Papyrologica ed. R. Pintaudi (Pap.Flor. 7, Florence 1980) 105-16

52. "Chronological Notes on Byzantine Documents VII," BASP 17 (1980) 105-16 (with K.A. Worp)

53. "Theadelphian Archives: A Review Article," BASP 17 (1980) 97-104

54. "End of a Sale Contract," Scritti in onore di Orsolina Montevecchi (Bologna 1981) 11-14

55. "Chronological Notes on Byzantine Documents VIII," BASP 18 (1981) 33-54 (with K.A. Worp)

56. "Egypt, the Ptolemies, and the Greek World," BES 3 (1981) 5-21

57. "Portrait of a Freedman," BES 3 (1981) 23-24 (with K.A. Worp)

58. "Christian Invocations in the Papyri," Cd'E 56 (1981) 112-33 (with K.A. Worp)

59. "Christian Invocations in the Papyri: a Supplement," Cd'E 56 (1981) 362-65 (with K.A. Worp)

60. "Six Notes on Byzantine Documents," ZPE 46 (1982) 239-48 (with K.A. Worp)

61. "Due papiri fiorentini del quarto secolo," StudPap 21 (1982) 87-92

62. "Papyrus Documentation in the Period of Diocletian and Constantine," BES 4 (1982) 25-33 (with K.A. Worp)

63. "Upper and Lower Guard Posts," Cd'E 57 (1982) 125-28

64. "The Population of Theadelphia in the Fourth Century," BullSocArchCopte 24 (1982) 35-57 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter VI)

65. "Religious Conversion and Onomastic Change," BASP 19 (1982) 105-24 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter VIII)

66. "Theadelphian Taxes in CPR VI 5," BullSocArchCopte 24 (1982) 115-18

67. "Papyrology and Ptolemaic History, 1956-1980," CW 76 (1982-83), 13-21 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter V)

68. "A Loan of Money: P.Sorb.Inv. 2253," Archiv für Papyrusforschung 29 (1983) 29-31 (with K.A. Worp)

69. "Two Fourth-Century Papyri in Bologna," ZPE 52 (1983) 247-55 (with K.A. Worp)

70. "Five Papyri on Fourth-Century Money and Prices," BASP 20 (1983) 1-19 (with K.A. Worp)

71. "The Fourth-Century Tax Roll in the Princeton Collection: A Reedition," Archiv für Papyrusforschung 30 (1984) 53-82 (with K.A. Worp)

72. "Flavius Neaptius, Ghost-Comes Aegypti," GRBS 25 (1984) 83-85

73. "An Unrecognized Date by the Rebellion of 131 B.C.," ZPE 56 (1984) 58-60 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XI)

74. "Further Chronological Notes on Byzantine Documents," ZPE 56 (1984) 127-36 (with K.A. Worp)

75. "Three Papyri from Fourth-Century Karanis," Cd'E 59 (1984) 301-11 (with K.A. Worp)

76. "The Origins of Ptolemaic Cleruchs," BASP 21 (1984) 7-20 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter VIII)

77. "Publius Petronius, Augustan Prefect of Egypt," Yale Classical Studies 28 (1985) 85-93 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XII)

78. "Two Nominations of Goldsmiths to Collect Taxes," ZPE 59 (1985) 67-70 (with K.A.Worp)

79. "Agricultural Productivity and Taxation in Fourth-Century Egypt," TAPA 115 (1985) 290-308 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XVII)

80. "The Camel, the Wagon, and the Donkey in Later Roman Egypt," BASP 22 (1985) 1-6 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XVI)

81. "Two Byzantine Legal Papyri in a Private Collection," Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A. Arthur Schiller (CSCT 13, Leiden 1986) 1-9

82. "The Computer and Classical Research," Classical Views 30 (1986) 53-62

83. "Dating by the Moon in Nubian Inscriptions," Cd'E 61 (1986) 347-57 (with K.A. Worp)

84. "Papyri and Ostraka from Quseir al-Qadim," BASP 23 (1986) 1-60

85. "Church, State and Divorce in Late Roman Egypt," in Florilegium Columbianum: Essays in Honor of Paul Oskar Kristeller (New York 1987) 41-61 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter IV)

86. "Involving Scholars in Preservation Decisionmaking: the Case of the Classicists," Journal of Academic Librarianship 13 (1987) 140-46 (with Carolyn L. Harris)

87. "Conversion and Onomastics: A Reply," ZPE 69 (1987) 243-50 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter IX)

88. "Roman Egypt, Later", in Dictionary of the Middle Ages 10 (1988) 453-56

89. "Greeks and Egyptians: Ethnicity, Status, and Culture," in Cleopatra's Egypt: The Ptolemaic Age 305-30 B.C. (Brooklyn Museum 1988) 21-27

90. "Restoring the Text of Documents," TEXT 4 (1988) 109-19 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter II)

91. "The Forty Thousand Citizens of Ephesos," CP 83 (1988) 220-23 (with P.D. Warden)

92. "The Object of Reimbursement in P.Oxy. XIV 1718," Cd'E 63 (1988) 157-64

93. "An Early Christian Burial at Tell el-Maskhuta?" ZPE 74 (1988) 291-92

94. "Archaeology and Papyrology," Journal of Roman Archaeology 1 (1988) 197-202

95. "The Hellenistic Environment," Hellenistic Art in the Walters Art Gallery, ed. Ellen D. Reeder (Baltimore 1988) 52-58

96. "Fourth-Century Prices: New Evidence and Further Thoughts," ZPE 76 (1989) 69-76

97. "Official and Private Violence in Roman Egypt," BASP 26 (1989) 201-16 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter V)

98. "Notes on Egyptian Census Declarations, I," BASP 27 (1990) 1-14

99. "Five Problematic Fourth-Century Pieces," BASP 27 (1990) 79-93

100. "A Trick a Day to Keep the Tax Man at Bay? The Prostitute Tax in Roman Egypt," BASP 28 (1991) 5-12 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XVI)

101. "Freedmen and Freedwomen with Fathers?" Journal of Juristic Papyrology 21 (1991) 7-8

102. "Notes on Egyptian Census Declarations, II," BASP 28 (1991) 13-32

103. "Notes on Egyptian Census Declarations, III," BASP 28 (1991) 121-33

104. "The Taxes of Toka," Tyche 6 (1991) 37-43 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XX)

105. "The Beginnings of the Roman Census in Egypt," GRBS 32 (1991) 255-65 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XIII)

106. "Notes on Roman and Byzantine Documents," Cd'E 66 (1992) 282-96

107. "An Owner of Literary Papyri," CP 87 (1992) 137-40 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter VII)

108. "Military Officers as Landowners in Fourth Century Egypt," Chiron 22 (1992) 47-54 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XIV)

109. "Ptolemaic Administration of Palestine," Anchor Bible Dictionary (New York 1992) 5: 90-92

85-96 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter X)

111. "Notes on Egyptian Census Declarations, IV," BASP 29 (1992) 101-15

112. "Landholding in Late Roman Egypt: The Distribution of Wealth," JRS 82 (1992) 128-49 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XII)

113. "Count Ausonius," Tyche 7 (1992) 9-13 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XXII)

114. "The Periodicity and Collection of the Chrysargyron," Tyche 7 (1992) 15-17 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XXI)

115. "Census Declarations from Tebtunis," Aegyptus 72 (1992) 61-84

116. "Census Declarations in the Berlin Collection," Archiv für Papyrusforschung 39 (1993) 21-28

117. "Slavery and Society in Late Roman Egypt," Law, Politics and Society in the Ancient Mediterranean World, ed. B. Halpern and D. Hobson (Sheffield 1993) 220-40 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter I)

118. "An Arsinoite Metropolitan Landowning Family of the Fourth century," Papyrologica Lupiensia 2 (1993) [Papiri Documentari Greci] 97-101 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XIII)

119. "Notes on Egyptian Census Declarations, V," BASP 30 (1993) 35-56

119a. "Alessandra Gara," BASP 30 (1993) 79-80

120. "Egypt and the Lex Minicia," Journal of Juristic Papyrology 23 (1993) 25-28 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XV)

121. "Managing Estates in Roman Egypt: A Review Article," BASP 30 (1993) 127-35 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XVII)

122. "The Affairs of a Complex Family," Archiv für Papyrusforschung 40 (1994) 37-41 and Abb. 17 (with K. A. Worp)

123. "Greek and Latin Documents from 'Abu Sha'ar, 1990-1991," JARCE 31 (1994) 157-66 (with Jennifer A. Sheridan)

124. "Three Notes on Byzantine Documents," ZPE 101 (1994) 96-98 (with K. A. Worp)

125. "Greek and Latin Documents from 'Abu Sha'ar, 1992-1993," BASP 31 (1994) 109-20 (with Jennifer A. Sheridan)

126. "Census Declarations from the British Library," Cd'E 69 (1994) 109-26

127. "Collection Froehner 81 Once Again," JJurPap 24 (1994) 11-12 (with Adam Lajtar)

128. "Egypt and the 'Barbarians'," New York Review of Art 1.2 (1994) 8-9

129. "Governmental Roles in the Economy of Late Antiquity," Production and Public Powers in Antiquity, ed. E. Lo Cascio and D. Rathbone. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Economy History Congress B1 (Milan 1994) 61-69; reprinted in Production and Public Powers in Classical Antiquity, ed. E. Lo Cascio and D. Rathbone (Cambridge Philological Society, Suppl. 26, Cambridge 2000) 86-91.

130. "SPP XX 74: The Last Preserved Bank-Diagraphe," Tyche 10 (1995) 1-7 (with K. A. Worp)

131. "The People of P.Mich.inv. 5806," ZPE 105 (1995) 253-55

132. "Charite's Christianity," BASP 32 (1995) 37-40 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter XI)

133. "Women, Law, and Social Realities in Late Antiquity: A Review Article," BASP 32 (1995) 65-86 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter II)

134. "Franks in Sixth-century Egypt," Tyche 11 (1996) 1-10 (with B. Palme)

135. "The Painted Garden of Coptos," Cd'E 71 (1996) 145-52

136. "A Ptolemaic Inscription from Bir 'Iayyan," Cd'E 71 (1996) 317-30 (with J. Manning, S. Sidebotham, and R. Zitterkopf)

136a. "Pieter Johannes Sijpesteijn," BASP 33 (1996) 11-13

137. "The People of the Roman Fayum," in Portraits and Masks: Burial Customs in Roman Egypt, ed. M. L. Bierbrier (London 1997) 7-15 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XIV)

138. "Missing Females in Roman Egypt," Scripta Classica Israelica 16 (1997) 121-38 (reprinted in Later Roman Egypt [A25], chapter III)

139. "Decolonizing Ptolemaic Egypt," in Hellenistic Constructs: Essays in Culture, History and Historiography, ed. by P. Cartledge et al. (Berkeley 1997) 225-41 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter VI)

140. "For the Visit of My Father Sarapion: CPR VIII 52," Tyche 12 (1997) 245-46

141. "A Mandate from the Great Oasis," ZPE 116 (1997) 149-51

142. "A Kinder, Gentler Roman Army?" (extended review of R. Alston, Soldier and Society in Roman Egypt), JRA 10 (1997) 504-12

143. "O.Waqfa 66," Tyche 12 (1997) 246-47

144. "O.Waqfa 79," Tyche 12 (1997) 247-48

145. "Imaging of Papyri: A Strategic View," Literary and Linguistic Computing 12 (1997) 153-54

146. "A New Arsinoite Strategos?" ZPE 119 (1997) 202

147. "Two Linguistic Notes on Ostraka from Mons Claudianus," Cd'E 72 (1997) 341-44

148. "Cults and Names of Ptolemais in Upper Egypt," Egyptian Religion: The Last Thousand Years (Studies Dedicated to the Memory of Jan Quaegebeur) (Orientalia Lovanensia Analecta 85, Leuven 1998) II 1093-1101

149. "Tiphagion," ZPE 122 (1998) 173-88 (with U. Thanheiser and K. A. Worp)

150. "Papyrus and Preservation," Classical World 91 (1998) 543-52

151. "Charles Bradford Welles," American National Biography 23 (New York 1999) 4-5

152. "Greek Papyri and Coptic Studies, 1990-1995," Ägypten und Nubien in spätantiker und christlicher Zeit 2. Schrifttum, Sprache und Gedankenwelt (Wiesbaden 1999) 219-30 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XXIV)

153. "Lender, Borrower, and Banker in P.Yale I 65," BASP 36 (1999) 45-52

154. "Eirene to Epaphrys: P.Yale I 77 revised," Cd'E 74 (1999) 109-117

155. "'Your Wife in Your Name': P.Oxy. LXII 4340," GRBS 39 (1998 [2000]) 157-67

156. "The Date of P.Kell. I G. 62 and the Meaning of Chorion, Chronique d'Égypte 74 (1999) 329-33

157. "`He darkened our reasoning': A note on CPR XIV 53," Tyche 14 (1999) 327-28

158. "Jesus Reads a Book," Journal of Theological Studies n.s. 51 (2000) 577-88

159. "A Prefect's Edict Mentioning Sacrifice ," Archiv für Religionsgeschichte 2 (2000) 77-86 + 2 plates (with James B. Rives)

160. "Vegetable Seed Oil is Sesame Oil," Chronique d'Égypte 75 (2000) 133-35

161. "P.Oxy. 4527 and the Antonine Plague in Egypt: Death or Flight?" JRA 13 (2000) 288-92

162. "Tetrachryson," Tyche 15 (2000) 3-6 (with K. A. Worp)

163. "Mapping Hellenistic and Roman Egypt: Comment," Atti del XXII Congresso Internazionale di Papirologia (Florence 2001) I 85-88

164. "A Heavy Artaba and its Ninety-six Loaves," in Alexandrian Studies II, in Honour of Mostafa El Abbadi (Bulletin de la Société d'Archéologie d'Alexandrie 46, Alexandria 2001) 7-11

165. "Security and Water on Egypt's Desert Roads: New Light on the Prefect Iulius Ursus and Praesidia-building under Vespasian," JRA 14 (2001) 325-333 (with A. Bülow-Jacobsen and H. Cuvigny)

166. "Archaeological Work on Hellenistic and Roman Egypt, 1995-2000," AJA 105 (2001) 227-43 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter I)

167. "The Camp of Hibis," Essays and Texts in Honor of J. David Thomas (Am.Stud.Pap 42., Oakville, Ct. 2001) 3-9

168. "Les lettres privées des femmes : un choix de langue en Égypte byzantine," Bulletin de la Classe des Lettres de l'Académie Royale de Belgique 6 ser. 12 (2001) 133-153 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XXI)

169. "Household Accounts: SB I 5224 Revised," BASP 38 (2001) 7-20 (with K. A. Worp)

170. "Monks and Property: Rhetoric, Law and Patronage in the Apophthegmata Patrum and the Papyri," GRBS 42 (2001) 7-24 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XXII)

171. "Public Administration and the Documentation of Roman Panopolis," in Perspectives on Panopolis, ed. A. Egberts, B.P. Muhs and J. van der Vliet (Pap.Lugd.Bat. 31, Leiden 2002) 1-12 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XIX)

172. "Alexandria: Library of Dreams," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 146 (2002) 348-362 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter IX)

173. "The Effects of Plague: Model and Evidence," JRA 15 (2002) 114-120

174. "An Inscribed Pedestal from the Temple of Tutus," Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons, ed. C.A. Hope and G.E. Bowen (DOP Monograph 11, Oxford 2003) 49-51 (with C. A. Hope, W. J. Tait, and K. A. Worp)

175. "Berenike Crossroads: The Integration of Information," JESHO 46 (2003) 46-87 (with W. Z. Wendrich et al.); reprinted in N. Yoffee and B. L. Crowell, Excavating Asian History (Tucson 2006) 15-66

176. "An Early Fragment of the Greek Apophthegmata Patrum," Archiv für Religionsgeschichte 5 (2003) 260-278 (with N. Gonis)

177. "Dioskourides: Three Rolls," BSAAlex. 47 (2003) 5-17 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter X)

178. "The Consulate of BGU XVII 2676," ZPE 142 (2003) 188 (with K. A. Worp)

179. "Knekites," Cd'E 78 (2003) 229-235 (with J. Harrell)

180. "Rôles publics et privés dans l'économie impériale: Nouvelles découvertes provenant du Désert oriental en Egypte romaine," in J.-J. Aubert, ed., Tches publiques et entreprise privée dans le monde romain (Geneva 2003) 289-303

181. "The Receipt for Wheat from Abusir," Tyche 17 (2003) 29-30 (with K. A. Worp)

182. "P.Princ. II 84 Revised," BASP 40 (2003) 11-26 (with K. A. Worp)

183. "A Vineyard in the Small Oasis:What Was the Dispute About?" JJurPap 33 (2003) 17-25

183a. "Periodizing When You Don't Have to: the Concept of Late Antiquity in Egypt," in Gab es eine Spätantike?, [ed. B. Sirks] (Frankfurt am Main 2003) 39-49

184. "SB XII 11273: No Vocative," ZPE 146 (2004) 170-172 (with E. Dickey)

185. "O.Douch I 40," ZPE 147 (2004) 205-207 (with M. Choat and I. Gardner)

186. "Dating the Coptic Legal Documents from Aphrodite," ZPE 148 (2004) 247-252 (with K. A. Worp)

187. "Civic Life in Fourth Century Trimithis," ZPE 149 (2004) 143-152 (with G. Ruffini)

188. "The Last Donkey Sacrifice at Deir el-Bahari," JJP 34 (2004) 15-21

189. "Women's Petitions in Late Antique Egypt," in La pétition à Byzance, ed. D. Feissel and J. Gascou (Paris 2004) 53-60 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter XXIII)

190. "Evidence and Models for the Economy of Roman Egypt," in The Ancient Economy: Evidence and Models, ed. Ian Morris and J. G. Manning (Stanford 2005) 187-204 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt [A30], chapter III)

191. "Egypt and the Concept of the Mediterranean," in W. V. Harris, ed., Rethinking the Mediterranean (Oxford 2005) 339-347.

192. "Linguistic Change and Religious Change: Thinking about the Temples of the Fayyum in the Roman Period," in G. Gabra, ed., Christianity and Mo-nasticism in the Fayoum Oasis (Cairo 2005) 11-19

193. "Village and City: Geographies of Power in Byzantine Egypt," Les villages dans l'empire Byzantin (Realités Byzantines, Paris 2005) 553-65

194. "A Coptic Letter from Two Women," Studi di Egittologia e di Papirologia 2 (2005) 33-35 (with R. Cribiore and T. Renner)

195. "An Urban Population from Roman Upper Egypt," in Urbanism in the PreindustrialWorlds:A Cross-CulturalApproaches, ed. Glenn R. Storey (Tuscaloosa, Alabama 2006) 139-44

196. "John W. Burgess and the Birth of the University," in Living Legacies at Columbia, ed. W. T. deBary (New York 2006) 455-63.

197. “I Romani nel deserto,” Pharaon 2, nos. 9-10 (Sept.-Oct. 2006) 7-18 (with P. Davoli et al.)

198. “Roman Amheida: Excavating a Town in Egypt’s Dakhleh Oasis,” Minerva (Nov./Dec. 2006) 10-13 (with P. Davoli, O. Kaper, and H. Whitehouse)

199. "The Ptolemaic to Early Roman Amethyst Quarry at Abu Diyeiba in Egypt's Eastern Desert," BIFAO 106 (2006) 127-62 (with J. Harrell, S. Sidebotham, S. Marchand, J. Gates, and J.-L. Rivard)

200. “Naphtali Lewis (1911-2005),” BASP 43 (2006) 5-8

201. “Charles Bradford Welles,” in M. Capasso, ed., Hermae: Scholars and Scholarship in Papyrology (Pisa 2007) 283-86

202. “A Water Temple at Bir Abu Safa (Eastern Desert),” JARCE 41 (2004 [2007]) 149-59 (with S. E. Sidebotham et al.)

203. “The Advanced Papyrological Information System: Past, Present, and Future,” Proceedings of the XXIV International Congress of Papyrology (Helsinki 2007) 59-74 (with T. Gagos)

204. “Reflections on the Greek of the Narmouthis Ostraka,” in M. Capasso and P. Davoli, ed., New Archaeological and Papyrological Researches on the Fayyum (Pap.Lup. 14, 2005 [2007]) 13-20

205. “Family and Society in Roman Oxyrhynchus,” in Oxyrhynchus: A City and its Texts, ed. A. K. Bowman et al. (London 2007) 182-93

206. “Models and Evidence in the Study of Religion in Late Roman Egypt,” in From Temple to Church: Destruction and Renewal of Local Cultic Topography in Late Antiquity, ed. J. Hahn, S. Emmel, and U. Gotter (Religions in the Graeco-Roman World 163, Leiden 2008) 23-41

207. “Village landholding at Aphrodito in comparative perspective,” in Les archives de Dioscore d’Aphrodité cent ans après leur découverte, ed. J.-L. Fournet (Paris 2008) 181-90

208. “SB 6.9025, Cotton, and the Economy of the Small Oasis,” BASP 45 (2008) 21-30

209. “Economy and Ecology in the Kellis Agricultural Account Book,” Oasis Papers 2: The Proceedings of the Second Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project, ed. M. Wiseman (DOP Monograph 12, Oxford 2008) 115-117 .

210. “Sarah Clackson and Coptic Papyrology,” in The Administration of Monastic Estates in Late Antique and Early Islamic Egypt, ed. A. Boud’hors, J. Clackson, C. Louis and P. Sijpesteijn (Cincinnati 2009) xi-xiv

211. “Greek, Coptic, and Aramaic Tombstones from the Pyramid Complex of Senwosret III at Dahshur,” ZPE 171 (2009) 131-170 (with B. Nielsen and I. Soto)

212. “The ενδελεχιστήριον of Kronos,” Archiv für Papyrusforschung 55 (2009) 193-198 (with R. Ast)

213. “Alan Edouard Samuel (1932-2008),” BASP 46 (2009) 7-9.

214. “Papyrology,” in M. Bates and M. Maack, eds., Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, 3rd ed.  online

215. “O.Flor.inv. 21: An Amorous Triangle,” Cd’E 85 (2010) 213-23 (with Raffaella Cribiore)

216. “Naphtali Lewis (1911-2005),” in M. Capasso, ed., Hermae 2 (Pisa-Rome 2010).

217. “Papyrology,” in A. Barchiesi and W. Scheidel, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Roman Studies (Oxford 2010) 123-134.

218. “The Readers of Christian Books: Further Speculations,” in G. Bastianini and A. Casanova, I papiri letterari cristiani (Florence 2011) 23-30

219. “Archaeological Work on Graeco-Roman Egypt, 2000-2010,” AJA 115 (2011) 103-57 (with P. Davoli)

220. “Family Papers from Second-Century A.D. Kellis,” Cd’E 86 (2011) 228-53 (with K. A. Worp)

221. “Christianity on Thoth’s Hill,” in R. Bagnall, P. Davoli, and C. Hope, eds., Oasis Papers 6: The Proceedings of the Sixth Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project (Oxford 2012) 409-415 (with R. Cribiore)


222. “Dakhla and the West in Late Antiquity: Framing the Problem,” in S. Guédon, ed., Entre Afrique et Égypte (Bordeaux 2012) 39-44


223. “53. A Letter from Taos to Markos,” in D. Minutoli, ed., Inediti offerti a Rosario Pintaudi per il suo 65o compleanno (P.Pintaudi) (Florence 2012) 233-236 (with R. Ast)


224. “Chrysos Bourdonon: SB 16.12828 Revisited,” BASP 50 (2013) 261-264 (with K. A. Worp)


225. “Two Accounts on Amphora Walls from Gigthi,” Analecta Papyrologica 23-24 (2011-2012) 205-236 (with R. Ast. A. Drine, and Z. Várhelyi)



226. “Late Roman Data Collection,” in F. de Callataÿ, ed., Quantifying the Greco-Roman Economy and Beyond (Bari 2014) 193-200


227. “The Beginnings of the Roman Provincial Census: a New Declaration from 3 BCE,” GRBS 55 (2015) 637-653 (with W. Graham Claytor)


228. “Inscriptions from Tombs at Bir esh-Shaghala,” CdE 90 (2015) 335-49 (with R. Cribiore and G. Vittmann)


229. “New Evidence for the Roman Garrison of Trimithis,” Tyche 30 (2015) 1-4 (with R. Ast)


230. “The Receivers of Berenike: New Inscriptions from the 2015 Excavations,” Chiron 45 (2015) 171-85 (with R. Ast)


231. “Ostraka from Hibis in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Archaeology of the City of Hibis,” ZPE 196 (2015) 175-198 (with G. Tallet)


232. “Two Partnership Agreements from the Dakhla Oasis,” in Mélanges Jean Gascou: Textes et études papyrologiques, ed. J.-L. Fournet and A. Papaconstantinou (Paris 2016) 33-45


233. “llegitimacy in Roman and Late Antique Egypt,” Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh International Congress of Papyrology, Warsaw, vol. 1, ed. T. Derda, A. Lajtar, and J. Urbanik (Warsaw 2016) 5-17


234. “Materializing Papyrology,” Daedalus, spring 2016, 79-87


235. “Characterizing the age of ancient Egyptian manuscripts through micro-Raman spectroscopy,” Journal of Raman Spectroscopy 47 (2016) 11851193. doi: 10.1002/jrs.4945. (with Goler, S., Yardley, J. T., Cacciola, A., Hagadorn, A., Ratzan, D.)


236. “Zones of Interaction between Greek and Egyptian in Roman Egypt,” in P. Dils, E. Grossman, S. Richter, and W. Schenkel, eds., Language Contact and Linguistic Borrowing in Late Antiquity: the Case of Coptic. Papers Read on the Inaugural Conference of the Project «Database and Dictionary of Greek Loanwords in Coptic», Leipzig, Saxonian Academy of Sciences, April 2010 (forthcoming 2016)


237. “The Educational and Cultural Background of Egyptian Monks,” in S. Rubenson and L. Larsen, eds., Monastic Paideia and Classical Culture, Cambridge, forthcoming


238. “Papyrus Documents for the Study of an Ancient Economy: Methods and Materials from an Egyptian Oasis,” in Infrastructure and Distribution in Ancient Economies, Vienna, forthcoming


239. “Greek Textual Finds from Amheida (Trimithis), 2004-2006,” Oasis Papers 5: The Proceedings of the Fifth Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project, ed. F. Leemhuis and O. E. Kaper, forthcoming


E. Reviews

1. S. Spyridakis, Ptolemaic Itanos and Hellenistic Crete, in Phoenix 25 (1971) 405-06

2. O. Montevecchi, La Papirologia, in BASP 11 (1974) 69-75 (with W.S. Bagnall)

3. Xenophontis Expeditio Cyri, ed. C. Hude, rev. J. Peters, in CW 68 (1975) 445-46

4. M. San Nicolo, Aegyptisches Vereinswesen, in CW 68 (1975) 462-63

5. P. Klose, Die Völkerrechtliche Ordnung der hellenistischen Staatenwelt, in BASP 12 (1975 59-65

6. W. Huss, Untersuchungen zur Aussenpolitik Ptolemaios' IV., in Cd'E 52 (1977) 185-90

7. N. Lewis, Papyrus in Classical Antiquity, in CP 73 (1978) 166-68

8. W. Orth, Königlicher Machtanspruch und staädtische Freiheit, in AHR 84 (1979) 126-27

9. A.J Butler, The Arab Conquest of Egypt, in CJ 75 (1979/80) 347-48

10. D.W. Engels, Alexander the Great and the Logistics of the Macedonian Army, in CJ 75 (1979/80) 348-49

11. F. Millar, The Emperor in the Roman World, in CJ 75 (1979/80) 181-83

12. T.L. Shear, Kallias of Sphettos and the Revolt of Athens in 286 B.C., in AJP 101 (1980) 244-47

13. H. Kreissig, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft im Seleukidenreich, in AHR 85 (1980) 372-73

14. Cl. Preaux, Le Monde hellénistique, in Cd'E 54 (1979) 327-30

15. N.G.L. Hammond and G.T. Griffith, History of Macedonia II, in CJ 76 (1980/1) 366-67

16. P.W. Pestman et al., Greek and Demotic Texts from the Zenon Archive, in BASP 18 (1981) 89-91

17. M.-T. Lenger, Corpus des Ordonnances des Ptolémées, 2nd ed., in AJP 102 (1981) 349

18. R. Pintaudi, I papiri Vaticani di Aphrodito, in BASP 18 (1981) 177-81

19. J.R. Martindale, Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire 2, in CJ 77 (1981-82) 183-84

20. G.J.D.E. Archbold, A Concordance to Ammianus Marcellinus, in CJ 77 (1981-82) 277-78

21. W. Clarysse, Prosopographia Ptolemaica IX, in BASP 19 (1982) 185-86

22. P.A. Stadter, Arrian of Nicomedia, in CO 60 (1982-83) 94-95

23. F.W. Walbank, The Hellenistic World and M.M. Austin, The Hellenistic World, in CO 61 (1983) 28

24. L. Criscuolo, Bolli d'anfora greci e romani, in AJP 105 (1984) 500-01

25. Z. Borkowski, Alexandrie II: Inscriptions des factions à Alexandrie, in BASP 20 (1983) 75-84 (with A. Cameron)

26. S.V. Tracy, I.G. II2 2336: Contributors of First Fruits to the Pythais, in CW 78 (1984) 127

27. M. Crawford, ed., Sources for Ancient History, in CO 63 (1986) 136-38

28. C. Orrieux, Les papyrus de Zénon, in CP 81 (1986) 249-52

29. A. Bernand, Les portes du désert, in Bibliotheca Orientalis 43 (1986) 98-100

30. A. Cameron, Procopius and the Sixth Century, in CW 80 (1987) 329-30

31. A. Bowman, Egypt after the Pharaohs, in AJA 91 (1987) 623-24

32. R. LaRue, Clavis Scriptorum Graecorum et Latinorum, in Phoenix 42 (1988) 186-87

33. P. Frisch, Zehn Agonistische Papyri, in Gnomon 60 (1988) 42-45

34. P.J. Rhodes, The Greek City State: A Source Book, in CO 65 (1987-88) 104

35. Grammata Demotika. Festschrift für Erich Lüddeckens, in Orientalistische Literaturzeitung 83 (1988) 538-41

36. G. Wagner, Les oasis d'Égypte, in BiOr 46 (1989) 342-46

37. J. Pouilloux et all., Salamine de Chypre XIII, Testimonia Salaminia 2, Corpus épigraphique, in Gnomon 61 (1989) 360-62

38. M. El-Saghir et all., Le camp romain de Louqsor and H. Cuvigny and G. Wagner, Les ostraca grecs de Douch, in JEA 76 (1990) 252-54

39. I. Gallo, Greek and Latin Papyrology, in JEA 76 (1990) 252

40. E. Bernand, Les inscriptions grecques et latines d'Akôris, in JAOS 110 (1990) 753-54

41. B. Palme, Das Amt des ΑΠΑΙΤΗΤΗΣ in Ägypten, in Gnomon 65 (1993) 186-87

42. J. Méléze-Modrzejewski, Droit impérial et traditions locales dans l'Egypte romaine, in Scripta Classica Israelica 12 (1993) 209-10

43. D. Rathbone, Economic Rationalism and Rural Society in Third-Century A.D. Egypt, in JRS 83 (1993) 237-39

44. Mélanges Etienne Bernand, in REA 94 (1992 [1994]) 474-76

45. Berichtigungsliste der griechischen Papyrusurkunden VIII, in JAOS 114 (1994) 517-18

46. M.Grant, Atlas of Classical History, in BMCR 5 (1994) 584-86

47. W. Horbury and D. Noy, Jewish Inscriptions of Graeco-Roman Egypt, in JAOS 115 (1995) 324-25

48. J. Méléze Modrzejewski, Statut personnel et liens de famille dans les droits de l'Antiquité, in Scripta Classica Israelica 14 (1995) 171-72

49. T. Gagos and P. van Minnen, Settling a Dispute, in BMCR 6 (1995) 603-06

50. Berichtigungsliste der griechischen Papyrusurkunden IX, in JAOS 116 (1996) 766-67

51. D. Montserrat, Sex and Society in Graeco-Roman Egypt, in Cd'E 72 (1997) 185-90.

52. D. M. Bailey, ed., Archaeological Research in Roman Egypt, in BMCR 8 (1997) 701-05.

53. W. Scheidel, Measuring Sex, Age and Death in the Roman Empire, in BMCR 8 (1997) 871-78

54. Legal Documents of the Hellenistic World, ed. M. Geller and H. Maehler, in JAOS 118 (1998) 450-51

55. J. Rowlandson, Landowners and Tenants in Roman Egypt, in Gnomon 71 (1999) 373-76

56. J. C. Shelton and J.E.G. Whitehorne, Oxyrhynchus Papyri LXII, and J. R. Rea, Oxyrhynchus Papyri LXIII, in CR 48 (1998) 149-53

57. C. Haas, Alexandria in Late Antiquity, in Journal of Ecclesiastical History 50 (1999) 322

58. H. Cotton and A. Yardeni, Aramaic, Hebrew and Greek Documentary Texts from Nahal Hever, in BASP 36 (1999) 129-38

59. H. Cadell and G. Le Rider, Prix du blé et numéraire dans l'Égypte Lagide de 305 à 173, in Revue Suisse de Numismatique 78 (1999) 197-203

60. J. Bingen et al., Mons Claudianus. Ostraca graeca et latina II, in JRA 13 (2000) 702-06

61. A. K. Bowman and E. Rogan, eds., Agriculture in Egypt from Pharaonic to Modern Times, in JRA 13 (2000) 707-11

62. M. Pfrommer, Alexandria. Im Schatten der Pyramiden, in JAOS 121 (2001) 286-287

63. A. Jones, Astronomical Papyri from Oxyrhynchus, in CR n.s. 51 (2001) 187-88

64. C. Drecoll, Die Liturgien im römischen Kaiserreich des 3. und 4. Jh. n. Chr., in Gnomon 73 (2001) 459-61

65. G. Poethke, Griechische Papyrusurkunden spätrömischer und byzantinischer Zeit aus Hermupolis Magna, in BMCR 2002.06.18

66. R. Alston, The City in Roman and Byzantine Egypt, in JEA 89 (2003) 297-300

67. F. Mitthof, Ein spätantikes Wirtschaftsbuch aus Diospolis Parva, in BMCR 2003.06.23

68. J. Straus, L’achat et la vente des esclaves dans l’Égypte romaine, in Cd’É 81 (2006) 363-65

69. M. Choat, Belief and Cult in Fourth-Century Papyri, in BASP 43 (2006) 205-09

70. L. E. Tacoma, Fragile Hierarchies, in JRA 20 (2007) 639-42

71. H. Cuvigny, Ostraca de Krokodilô I, in Bibliotheca Orientalis 64 (2007) 168-71

72. J. Matthews, The Journey of Theophanes, in JRA 20 (2007) 591-94

73. C. Armoni, J. Cowey, and D. Hagedorn, Die griechischen Ostraka der Heidelberger Papyrus-Sammlung, in BASP 44 (2007) 239-41

74. A. Harker, Loyalty and Dissidence in Roman Egypt, in JRA 22 (2009) 783-787

75. J. Gascou, Fiscalité et société en Égypte byzantine, in Topoi 16 (2009) 623-625

76. S. Strassi, L’archivio di Claudius Tiberianus, in BASP 47 (2010) 329-33.

77. F. Hoffman, M. Minas-Nerpel, and S. Pfeiffer, Die dreisprachige Stele des C. Cornelius Gallus, in Gnomon 84 (2012) 280-81

78. J. J. Collins, The Dead Sea Scrolls: a Biography, in BMCR

79. E. LoCascio, ed., L’impatto della “Peste Antonina,” in JRA 26 (2013) 714-717


80. Y. Broux, Double Names and Elite Strategy in Roman Egypt, in BASP, forthcoming

F. Electronic Publications

1. Review of Heidelberger Gesamtverzeichnis der griechischen Papyrusurkunden aus Ägypten, in Bryn Mawr Review of Electronic Resources

2. Contribution to Bibliographie Papyrologique 1960-1999, on Subsidia Papyrologica 1.0 (CD-ROM, Brussels, Fondation Égyptologique Reine Élisabeth, 2000)

3. Women's Letters from Ancient Egypt, 300 BC-AD 800, in ACLS, History E-Book Project (2004) (with R. Cribiore), 2007


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