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vol. 1, 1945:

  • Adolf BERGER, Miscellanea papirologica, pp. 13-40
  • Arthur .E.R. BOAK, A fourth century petition for relief from extortion, pp. 7-12
  • Raphael TAUBENSCHLAG, Customary law & custom in the papyri, pp. 41-54
  • H.J. WOLFF, Consensual contracts in the papyri?, pp. 54-79
  • Raphael TAUBENSCHLAG, Survey of the literature 1939-1945, pp. 79-98
  • Raphael TAUBENSCHLAG, Survey of papyri published 1939-1945, 98-118
  • Raphael TAUBENSCHLAG, YOUTIE, Herbert C.: PEARL, Orasmus M. - Papyri and Ostraca from Karanis, Michigan Papyri, Vol. VI, Ann Arbor 1944, pp. 122-124
  • Adolf BERGER, MULLET, Elinot, Husselman: BOAK, Artur E. R.: EDGERTON, William F. - Michigan Papyri, vol. V: Papyri from Tebtunis (= University of Michigan Studies, Humanistic Series, Vol. XXIX), Ann Arbor - London 1944, pp. 124-134
  • Raphael TAUBENSCHLAG, SEGRÉ, Angelo - An essay on the nature of real property in the classical world, New York 1943, pp. 134-150
  • Raphael TAUBENSCHLAG, Some notes on W. L. Westermann's article "Slave Maintenance and Slave Revolts"", Classical Philology XL (1945) 1 ff.", p. 151
  • Adolf BERGER, Raphael TAUBENSCHLAG, Bibliography, pp. 152-155




The project Pomoerium will focus on the achievements of classics-related sciences, and examine socio-economic and religious transformations, not as a stream of disjointed events, but as an intelligible and determinate process, whether involving a shorter or a longer time span.
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