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Demosthenes, Oratio 21, 62

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This chapter presents a papyrus fragment which features 11 fragmentary lines of a scroll containing a passage of the Demosthenian oration In Midiam, 62. The lines in each column of the papyrus must have contained ca. 15 characters, which make a line of ca. 7-8 cm. wide, while the homer papyrus must have been at least twice that length to contain a whole hexameter. Hardly anything else can be said about the layout of the text due to the small size of the fragment.

Keywords: demosthenian oration; papyrus fragment



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