Nijmegen, Netherlands

The Nijmegen Papyri and the History of Graeco-Roman Egypt

when 12 July 2021 - 16 July 2021
language English
duration 1 week
credits 2 EC
fee EUR 500

The Radboud University Library owns seven papyrus fragments that are largely unpublished. The students will study the society of Graeco-Roman Egypt and apply their knowledge in preparing an edition of the Nijmegen Papyri.

Course leader

Dr. Mark de Kreij
Dr. Janneke de Jong
Assistant Professor in Ancient History
Radboud University

Target group

Advanced Bachelor
Master
PhD

Course aim

After this course you are able to:

Handle analog and digital papyrological tools
Take the steps to edit a papyrus fragment
Work with papyri as context-specific artifacts
Use papyri as sources for writing ancient history

Fee info

EUR 500: Early bird fee
€375:
for students and PhDs from our partner universities
for students and PhDs from Radboud University
for alumni of Radboud Summer School and Radboud University
€450: for all other applicants.

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