269-82) takes the reader to Oxyrhynchos
and the Per-khefa, a New Kingdom and Saite cemetery site as well as the location of an Osireion, where a recumbent statue of the god was kept and niches for the yearly deposition of Osiris figures extended the dating to Roman times.
1956) "Die Archilochos-Gedichte von Oxyrhynchos
II", Philologus 100: 1-28.
He bases his history on the Greek city of Oxyrhynchos
('City of the Sharp-Nosed Fish') some 200 miles south of modern Cairo.
The dumps in question belonged to el-Behnesa, formerly Oxyrhynchos
('the city of the sharp-nosed fish'), an Egyptian town where the dry sand preserved far more "lost treasures of the classical inheritance" than either Greece or Italy managed.
Zur Farce von Oxyrhynchos
, in: <<Wiener Eranos.