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Document Details :
Title: Patroclus Undressed
Subtitle: A Yale Papyrus with Homerica on Recto and Verso
Author(s): DE KREIJ, Mark , COLOMO, Daniela
Journal: Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists
Volume: 56 Date: 2019
Edition of P.CtYBR inv. 4673, a set of unpublished fragments from the Yale papyrus collection. The text on the recto is a paraliterary work with quotations from the Iliad on the topic of Achilles’ armour, while on the verso are remains of a glossary to Iliad 5. Since the hands look to be roughly contemporary, both sides of the roll were in use in the same period, suggesting it was used in some kind of educational context.