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Seeking Aphrodisios and Philoxenos. Personal Names as a Criterion for Identification in Some Early Roman Papyri in the John Rylands Library

digital Seeking Aphrodisios and Philoxenos. Personal Names as a Criterion
for Identification in Some Early Roman Papyri in the John Rylands
Library
Articolo
rivista AEGYPTUS
fascicolo AEGYPTUS - 2015 - 1
titolo Seeking Aphrodisios and Philoxenos. Personal Names as a Criterion for Identification in Some Early Roman Papyri in the John Rylands Library
autore
editore Vita e Pensiero
formato Articolo | Pdf
online da 20-12-2016
issn 00019046 (stampa) | 18277888 (digitale)
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Two case studies of prosopographical identification are presented for a corpus of early roman texts from euhemeria in the Arsinoite nome. the first concerns the name Aphrodisios, which reappears across several documents, and which suggests a new connection between previously unlinked documents. the second deals with the name Philoxenos, and concludes that the presence of a name alone is not sufficient to confirm identification, even within texts of similar origin and date. Further comments are made on the use of trismegistos People as a tool for research.

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