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- List of Contributors
- 1 Scribes, Repertoires, and Variation
- 2 From Scribal Repertoire to Text Community
- 3 Set Them Free?!
- 4 Linguistic Variation in Ancient Egyptian
- 5 The Scribal Repertoire of Amennakhte Son of Ipuy
- 6 Words of Thieves
- 7 Scribal Habits at the Tebtunis Temple Library
- 8 On the Regionalization of Roman-Period Egyptian Hands
- 9 <span xml:lang="ell">κατὰ τὸ δυνατόν</span>
- 10 Scribes in Private Letter Writing
- 11 Letters from High to Low in the Graeco-Roman Period
- 12 Greek or Coptic? Scribal Decisions in Eighth-Century Egypt (Thebes)
- 13 Copyist and Scribe: Two Professions for a Single Man?
- 14 A Scribe, His Bag of Tricks, What It Was For, and Where He Got It
- 15 ‘These Two Lines …’
- Scribal Repertoires in Egypt from the New Kingdom to the Early Islamic Period
- Jennifer Cromwell, Eitan Grossman
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