The newly established ERC-project DEMBIB (From Texts to Literature:Demotic Egyptian Papyri and the Formation of the Hebrew Bible), whichis funded by the European Research Council, is advertising theposition of a […]
Prof. Geoffrey Smith (UT Austin) will show you everything you need to know about how to make your own magical papyrus over at Ancient Jew Review – see here.
Since the ’90s, the standard English translation of the Corpus Hermeticum has been Copenhaver’s Hermetica. It remains a very useful tool, but one way in which it is inferior to […]
Brent Nongbri’s work will be familiar to many followers of this website, principally his terrific book Before Religion, a wonderful critique of the usage of the category ‘religion’ in the […]
The Telegraph recently published this nice, short article on the problematic state of the online trade in ancient papyrus texts, incl. commentary from Brice Jones and Candida Moss. Particular attention […]