ed. S. West
EES: Papyrology Room, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
"P.Oxy. 2466 ... was tentatively classified as a historical work by its original editor, Dr. J. R. Rea; he subsequently succeeded in reading the name Sesonchosis in its penultimate line. Grenfell and Hunt had previously published a fragment of a prose narrative about Sesonchosis in P.Oxy. XV ...
"There are in fact clear links between the legend of Seonchosis and the Alexander romance; the latter contains many references to Sesonchosis and presents Alexander himself as Sesonchosis come again, neos Sesonchosis".