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pap·y·rol·o·gy

 (păp′ə-rŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The study of papyrus manuscripts.

pap′y·ro·log′i·cal (păp′ər-ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl, pə-pī′rə-) adj.

papyrology

(ˌpæpɪˈrɒlədʒɪ)
n
(Historical Terms) the study of ancient papyri
papyrological adj
ˌpapyˈrologist n

pap•y•rol•o•gy

(ˌpæp əˈrɒl ə dʒi)

n.
the study of papyrus manuscripts.
[1895–1900]
pap`y•rol′o•gist, n.

papyrology

the study of papyrus manuscripts. — papyrologist, n.papyrological, adj.
See also: Past
the study of papyrus manuscripts. — papyrologist, n. — papyrological, adj.
See also: Manuscripts
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Dr Anne Regourd, a renowned papyrologist and codicologist, shared best practices with participants during the workshop, which focused on a selection of Islamic manuscripts used between the seventh and 20th centuries.
Dr Regourd, also a renowned papyrologist and codicologist, shared best practices with participants during the workshop, which focused on a selection of Islamic manuscripts used between the seventh and 20th centuries.
University of Hamburg papyrologist Alin Suciu simply declared: "I would say it's a forgery.
at all, or diligently hid the bust under some unimportant antiquities or Gustave Lefebvre as an epigraphist and papyrologist did not recognize the importance of the bust.
Papyrologist Worp (emeritus, Leiden University), who took over as editor of the texts from the late Prof.
This eminent papyrologist agrees with the scholarship that traces the origins of the codex to Rome (86-87); it then spread as local elites adapted Roman ways.
And so I contacted the highly respected papyrologist Roger Bagnall, who assured me that the Greeks, active in the Levant well before that date, could easily have exported papyri out of Egypt.
His ventriloquy is like an editorial performance: a heroic act of divinatio on a grand scale, rather like the work of a papyrologist having somehow to reconstruct the text of a papyrus for which only the last few letters of every line have survived.
Its author, the redoubtable Pomeroy, by her interest in gender studies and by her training as a papyrologist, is splendidly equipped to conduct us through often complex or incomplete material, especially as she appears to have read everything and is anxious to leave no avenue unexplored.
Renowned papyrologist and codicologist Dr Anne Regourd shared best practices with participants during the training session that focused on a selection of Islamic manuscripts used between the 7th and 20th centuries.
These are thoughtful methodological essays by an eminent papyrologist and historian of Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt.