Scholars and Reading Communities in Graeco-Roman Egypt
This chapter collects and investigates a variety of papyrus documents and bookrolls of the first and second centuries AD that provide evidence for the ways in which Greeks in Egypt collected and worked with literary texts. These papyri give substantial indications that Greeks of scholarly bent formed reading communities that shared the habit of working on texts in groups
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