Aegyptus: rivista, articoli e abbonamenti

AEGYPTUS

Rivista italiana di Egittologia e di Papirologia

A cura della Scuola di Papirologia dell'Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

La rivista "Aegyptus", fondata da Aristide Calderini nel 1920, è nel suo genere la più antica in Italia ed ha contribuito e contribuisce validamente allo sviluppo dell'egittologia e della papirologia con la pubblicazione di testi inediti e di studi. La rivista è l'organo della Scuola di Papirologia dell'Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore e vi collaborano studiosi di ogni parte del mondo con saggi di alto livello scientifico, spesso in lingua originale (francese, inglese, tedesco e spagnolo).

Per una conoscenza puntuale del mondo antico, e per una valutazione sicura e approfondita dei documenti originali pervenuti, compresi quelli che si riferiscono alla storia delle origini e della diffusione del cristianesimo, la rivista costituisce un sussidio indispensabile.

I contributi presentati a «Aegyptus» sono valutati da studiosi competenti per la specifica disciplina, secondo gli standard internazionali della peer review.

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PSI VII 845 verso e recto: frammenti di un epitalamio?
di Anna di Giglio pagine: 13 € 6,00
Abstract
The papyrus frustule PSI 845 was published for the first time by Medea Norsa, who placed, in succession, first the verso and then the recto of the papyrus fragment, dating it to the Vp-VIp. The fragment has 9 lines of writing on the  verso and 11 lines on the recto and Medea Norsa attributed the authorship of the two fragments to Nonnus of Panopolis or his followers. A re-reading and re-edition of the text are presented here.
P.Amst. inv. 66 (S/ZN 55): un altro frammento della Conocchia di Erinna?
di Irene Gasperini pagine: 31 € 6,00
Abstract
The Author presents here a new autopsy-based commented edition of P.Amst. inv. 66 (S/ZN 55). Papyrological, palaeographical, bibliological and textual arguments hint to its possible belonging to the same roll as PSI IX 1090, which transmits Erinna’s Distaff.
P.Herc. 1025 [Scrittore epicureo anonimo], [Opera incerta]. Stato di conservazione e sequenza dei frammenti
di Rosanna Malafronte pagine: 18 € 6,00
Abstract
The Author offers here a papyrological, palaeographical and historical overview of the papyrus as well as a history of recent studies on it, including a brief survey of the hypotheses advanced by scholars on its possible authorship, title and subject.
Scampoli VIII
di Gabriella Messeri pagine: 11 € 6,00
Abstract
This article includes: 1. The re-edition of BGU III (1903) 735 (Arsinoites, 235p), fragment of a register of constrained buildings. 2.The edition of the short text on the recto of P.Laur. III 103, letter of the Heronino’s archive. 3.The reedition of P.Vindob.Bosw. 17 recto (Arsinoites, IIp), fragment of a register on the land taxation. 4. Few corrections to SB XXVI 16675 already thoroughly revised by D. Hagedorn in “Ch. Ég.” 88 (2013), pp. 115-124.
Il contesto storico del “Papiro della bulé” (PSI X 1160)
di Livia Capponi pagine: 20 € 6,00
Abstract
This contribution attempts to reconstruct the historical context in which the Alexandrian oration contained in PSI X 1160 took place. It tackles the evidence of an Augustan suppression of the Alexandrian (and eventually of other) city  councils in Egypt and examines the relationship between PSI X 1160 and the Letter of Claudius to the Alexandrians, P.Lond. VI 1912. It also presents some chronological, palaeographical and prosopographical aspects which may help to place the embassy in PSI X 1160 at the very beginning of the reign of Claudius.
Color in the Greek Medical Papyri from Greco-Roman and Late Antique Egypt
di Dimitrios Roumpekas pagine: 22 € 6,00
Abstract
This paper deals with color terminology that occurs in the medical papyri and the documentary papyri of medical content from Greco-Roman and Late Antique Egypt. Aim of this study is to detect the color terms used to describe the  drugs and the sick parts of the patients’ bodies. The study helps us to come to conclusions concerning the position of color in the physicians’ and pharmacologists’ thought and works in Egypt, especially as far as the disease diagnose and the determination of the therapeutic properties of various remedies are concerned.
Il rapporto uomo - cavallo nell’Egitto romano e bizantino: panoramica aggiornata
di Gerardo Casanova pagine: 35 € 6,00
Abstract
In Roman and Byzantine Egypt horses are mentioned in documents of various types, from sales to letters. They were mostly used for the cavalry, horse racing and various “public” functions. They are remembered in private letters  and in proskynemata almost as family members. In case of need, horses were entrusted to the care of veterinary specialists (hippoiatroi).
Un nouveau fragment de la Passion de saint Pantaléon en copte
di Alain Delattre, Francesca Potenza pagine: 11 € 6,00
Abstract
Edition of an unpublished papyrus from Antinoupolis which contains a few lines from the Coptic version of the Passio s. Pantaleonis. Comparison with other Coptic and Greek premataphrastic versions of the text.
Zwei Kleinigkeiten zu den koptisch-manichäischen Homilien
di Stefan Bojowald pagine: 6 € 6,00
Abstract
In this paper, two passages from the Coptic-Manichaean homilies are reanalyzed. In the first case, a new meaning is sought for the verb “ⲣⲉϭⲣⲉϭ” which is explained onomatopoeically in the sense of “to clink”. The second case  involves a new translation for the phrase “ⲙⲟⲩϩ ⲛⲃⲗⲕⲉ” rendered by “inflame in anger”.
Statua di Osiride Chronocrator. Rilettura diacronica e nuove interpretazioni
di Gianpiero Rossi pagine: 35 € 6,00
Abstract
The author, starting from a deep analysis of the definitions and meanings given by previous Scholars of the statue of Osiris Chronocrator wrapped in the coils of a snake now preserved in Palazzo Altemps in Rome, will lead the reader  to a new interpretation of the sculpture in its entirety through the study of ancient texts, iconographies, similar statues and archaeological contexts from ancient Egypt to the Greco-Roman period, including the examination 
of some divinities such as Aion, Dionysus and Sabazius.
Horemakhet/Harmachis nelle foto di Giovanni Fasani: una nota sulla Grande Sfinge di Giza
di Giuseppina Capriotti Vittozzi pagine: 9 € 6,00
Abstract
Some photographs by Giovanni Fasani, an Italian photographer who worked in Egypt between the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century, offer the opportunity to reconsider the Great Sphinx of Giza and its identification, starting from the New Kingdom, with Hor-em-akhet/Harmachis. The photographic shots, taken in a position that is difficult to reach today, show the head of the sphinx emerging on the horizon between the  two great pyramids of Cheops and Chefren, forming an enormous akhet sign. The site of Giza has a clear relationship with the Egyptian concept of horizon, starting from the name of the Cheops funerary complex Akhet-Khufu.  Fasani’s photographs add elements to the dossier, in order to understand the birth of the new deity at the beginning of the New Kingdom, a period characterized by a notable royal commitment to re-establishing the cult also through new institutions.
On the Source of the Νεῖλος
di Alessandro Piccolo pagine: 10 € 6,00
Abstract
In this paper, it will be argued that the Greek word Νεῖλος (“Nile”) was derived from */'neħl/, the latter being a Phoenician term denoting a water stream, a river valley, a trench/tunnel, a seasonal riverbed ( وادِي ), and, like its Biblical  Hebrew cognate נַ֫חַל , the Nile itself. This new insight could prove useful for shedding some light on the Graeco-Egyptian interactions during the so-called Dark Age of Greece, i.e. from the early Iron Age (12th century BCE)  down to the early Archaic Period (8th century BCE), a stage corresponding to the Third Intermediate Period of Ancient Egypt.
Einige zusätzliche Bemerkungen zum ägyptischen abw-Vogel
di Stefan Bojowald pagine: 5 € 6,00
Abstract
In this contribution, the Egyptian birdname “abw“ is discussed again. The ornithological species of the bird can be identified with the dove. The evidence for this word amounts to five examples. The secondary form “abaab“ is given  particular weight. The ages of the examples range from the Middle Kingdom to the Ptolemaic period.
Eine neue Erklärung für das Bild des mśti -Schiffes im ägyptischen pAnastasi IV, 10, 4
di Stefan Bojowald pagine: 6 € 6,00
Abstract
In this contribution, the ship motiv in the Egyptian pAn IV, 10, 4 is tackled again. The phenomenon still seems to await a meaningful explanation. The interpretation given here is based on a connection with the cruciform of mast and  yard.
Karl Hillebrand e Domenico Comparetti
di Anna Maria Voci pagine: 17 € 6,00
Abstract
Based on some extant letters, the paper describes the relationships between the Italian classical philologist Domenico Comparetti (1835-1927) and two German scholars, the historian and essayist Karl Hillebrand (1829-1884) and  the classical philologist Alfred Schöne (1836- 1918). Their intellectual intercourse is one of many examples of the close relationship between German and Italian scholars during the second half of the 19th century.

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