Oxyrhynchus Symposium: page one of two

The symposium opened with a reception (photos). Introductory remarks were offered by Professor P. J. Parsons (Christ Church, Oxford) and James Allan (Ashmolean Museum).

Papers delivered

Dr. A. K. Bowman (Christ Church, Oxford)Roman Oxyrhynchus: papyri and history
Prof. R. S. Bagnall (Columbia)Family and society in Roman Oxyrhynchus
Mr. D. M. Bailey (British Museum)Architectural blocks from the theatre at Oxyrhynchus
Dr. S. Clackson (Girton College, Cambridge)Coptic Oxyrhynchus
Dr. R. A. Coles (Oxford)Oxyrhynchus, a city and its texts
Dr R. Cribiore (Columbia)The schools of Oxyrhynchus
Prof. E. J. Epp (Case Western Reserve)The New Testament papyri at Oxyrhynchus: their significance for understanding the transmission of the early New Testament text
Prof Géza FehérváriThe Kuwaiti Excavations at Bahnasa/Oxyrhynchus, 1985-7
Prof. D. Hagedorn (Heidelberg)Munizipale Ämter in Oxyrhynchos
Prof. A. Jones (Toronto)Astrologers of Oxyrhynchus
Prof. L. Koenen (Michigan)Egyptian resistance against Greeks and Romans? The case of the Oracle of the Potter and other prophecies
Prof. H. G. T. Maehler (UCL)Greek, Egyptian and Roman law
Dr. Alain Martin (Brussels)Les papyrus d’Oxyrhynchus et le marché des antiquités (à la lumière des archives du Deutsches Papyruskartell)

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