By Publication No. P. 9
Scope note: This is a small fragment of prose, possibly describing a mythical or historical figure.
Scope note: This is a fragment from the outer margin of a leaf of papyrus codex. The surviving letters do not allow for reliable determination.
Scope note: The verso of this item seems to be the notes of a poet, in hexameter, prose and trimeter. The recto is a list of clothing.
Scope note: This piece was part of a roll, and the recto and verso were written by different hands. Both sides are religious in nature, but not This oath has similarities with older, native Egyptian oaths. The verso contains regulations about the slaughter of cattle.
Scope note: This text describes the use of markers to indicate the positions of planets on a board prepared for casting horoscopes. The descrip...
Scope note: There are magical words written in two columns, relating to scorpions.