Such documents do show up in troves. Troves commonly contain important family papers e. Cartonnage, given that it was advantageous for paper-recycling dealers in antiquity to acquire used papyrus in bulk, often comes from large archives and contains inscribed documents that we would deem archival. Throughout, Bagnall makes use of helpful tables that lay out trends in documentation through time. Like us on Facebook. Follow UT Press on Twitter.
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Brand new Book. Most of the everyday writing from the ancient world - that is, informal writing not intended for a long life or wide public distribution - has perished. Reinterpreting the silences and blanks of the historical record, leading papyrologist Roger S. Bagnall convincingly argues that ordinary people - from Britain to Egypt to Afghanistan - used writing in their daily lives far more extensively than has been recognized. Marshalling new and little-known evidence, including remarkable graffiti recently discovered in Smyrna, Bagnall presents a fascinating analysis of writing in different segments of society.
His book offers a new picture of literacy in the ancient world in which Aramaic rivals Greek and Latin as a great international language, and in which many other local languages develop means of written expression alongside these metropolitan tongues. Seller Inventory AAH Published by American Society of Papyrologists About this Item: American Society of Papyrologists, Published by University of California Press About this Item: University of California Press, Condition: Used: Like New.
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