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McNamee 2007: 508–11 (M–P three 2979. 2, LDAB 6326) P. Oxy. x. 1315 descr. = Kramer 2001a: no. 2 (M–P three 3013, LDAB 4163) Feissel 2008, cf. Clarysse and Rochette 2005 (M–P three 2704. 06, LDAB 9949) Roberts 1935, cf. McNamee 2007: 479–90 (M–P three 2925, LDAB 2559) Keil 1857–80: v. 555–66 = Passalacqua 1984: 3–19; cf. Dionisotti 1984: 207–8 Keil 1857–80: v. 634–54 = Passalacqua 1984: 21–60; cf. Dionisotti 1984: 206–7 Wessely 1886: 218–21 (M–P three 2997, LDAB 6148) Fragmenta Sinaitica = Dareste 1880 (M–P three 2958, LDAB 3526) P. Ant. iii. 152 = Amelotti and Migliardi Zingale 1985: no. four, cf. McNamee 2007: 507–8 (M–P three 2979. 1, LDAB 6136) P. Vindob. inv. L one hundred and one + 102 + 107, unpublished (M–P three 2993. five, LDAB 6193) I NT RO D UCT I O N textual content sixty four huge Latin–Greek and Greek–Latin dictionary, mostly in alphabetical order Date* vi sixty five Latin–Greek–Coptic dialog handbook (Latin is transliterated) sixty six Virgil, parts of Aeneid 1 and a pair of and chosen phrases from a part of four, with Greek translation sixty seven Virgil, parts of Aeneid 2 with Greek translation sixty eight Virgil, parts of Aeneid 2–6 with macrons vi vi vi vi sixty nine Bilingual grammatical routines vi 70 seventy one seventy two seventy three Priscian’s Latin grammar (in Latin) Eutyches, treatise at the verb Justinian, Greek index to parts of Digesta Justinian, parts of Digesta with Greek glosses seventy four Justinian’s code, parts with Greek glosses vi vi vi vi seventy five Justinian’s code, parts with Greek glosses vi seventy six Latin index to Justinian’s code with Greek numbers and a few different Greek fabric seventy seven Justinian, Greek scholia to parts of Digesta vi vi vi–vii seventy eight Ps–Philoxenus, huge Latin-Greek dictionary seventy nine Ps–Cyrillus, huge Greek-Latin dictionary eighty Idiomata (bilingual lists of phrases with grammatical info) a number of a number of a number of Reference† Fragmenta Helmstadiensia + Folium Wallraffianum = Kramer 1983: no. four (M–P three 2134. four, LDAB 6279) P. Berol. inv. 10582 = Kramer 1983: no. 15 = Kramer 2010 (M–P three 3009, LDAB 6075) P. Ness. ii. 1 (also referred to as P. Colt 1) = Cavenaile 1958: no. eight (M–P three 2939, LDAB 4166) P. Vindob. inv. L sixty two = Fressura 2009b (M–P three 2944. 1, LDAB 6194) P. Ness. ii. 2 = Cavenaile 1958: no. sixteen (M–P three 2945, LDAB 4164) P. Louvre inv. E 7401, unpublished (M–P three 2997. 1, LDAB 10635) Keil 1857–80: vols ii and iii Keil 1857–80: v. 447–89 PSI i. fifty five (M–P3 2965, LDAB 2553) P. Sorb. inv. 2173 = de Ricci 1912 (M–P three 2966. 1) PSI xiii. 1347 = Amelotti and Migliardi Zingale 1985: no. three, cf. McNamee 2007: 499 (M–P three 2970, LDAB 6272) P. Sorb. inv. (= P. Reinach) 2219 + 2173 = Amelotti and Migliardi Zingale 1985: no. 2 (M–P three 2971, LDAB 2555) P. Oxy. xv. 1814 = Amelotti and Migliardi Zingale 1985: no. 1 (M–P three 2969, LDAB 6324) P. Heid. inv. L four = Cavenaile 1958: no. 87, cf. McNamee 2007: 497–9 (M–P three 2966, LDAB 2557) Goetz and Gundermann 1888: 1–212 Goetz and Gundermann 1888: 213–483 Goetz and Gundermann 1888: 485–597 determine 1. 1 (cont. ) different types: glossaries, grammatical fabrics, and texts. slicing throughout these different types is a gaggle of 13 transliterated papyri with the Latin in Greek script (2, 4, five, 6, 7, nine, 12, thirteen, sixteen, 18, 20, 21, 65).