par Delattre, Alain ;Vanthieghem, Naim
Référence Journal of coptic studies, 18, page (13-17)
Publication Publié, 2016
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Reedition of a Coptic ostracon from the Berlin Papyrus collection published by E.W. Crum and A. Erman in BKU I 151. Based on a closer look at the lay out of the document, at the punctuation marks, and at the formulas preceding and following the body of the text, the paper argues that the ostracon was written by the monk Frange, whose archive was found in the Theban Tomb 29.