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Volume / Number: S / 1791

CLA 1791
  • Oxford United Kingdom Sackler Library, Papyrology Rooms P. Oxy. 2624 Vo
Script Cursive
Date II² (151 - 200)
Origin and Provenance

Written probably in Egypt. Found at Oxyrhynchus. The terminus a quo for the Latin is furnished by the Greek uncial on the recto, assigned by experts to the first half of the second century.

CLA Vol. S
TM Number TM 63667
Support Papyrus
Contents Glossarium Latino-Graecum.
Script Commentary

Script, by an expert scribe, is ancient Roman cursive not of the oldest type: e is v-shaped, the hasta rising obliquely from the base of the upright; the tail of G is short, curving down to the left; the horizontal and final stroke of h form an acute angle; the foot of L goes below the line; m is made of two arches; the first stroke of N goes below the line; o is small and compressed, occasionally reduced to a mere dot; s is made of two strokes; u has a tendency to rise above the line, markedly so when joined to the following letter.



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