Important Online Sources

Important Online Sources December 9, 2014

The Ancient World Online drew attention to recent open access publications from the Center for Hellenic Studies. These include Albert Lord's classic The Singer of Tales and Averil Cameron's Dialoguing in Late Antiquity. I haven't figured out how to actually access them yet, but hopefully will soon.

See also Brice Jones' blog post and Paul Barford's blog post about Josh McDowell's involvement in plundering mummies for papyri. From the sound of it, it looks like they may have dropped entirely the “first century copy of Mark” hype in favor of later dates.

Finally, see as well Jones' blog post about a papyrus which includes a phrase used by Paul in 1 Thessalonians.

 

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  • Danny Yencich

    Looks like the link to an online version of the Lord book is in the first sentence on the Kleos page. Link goes to: http://chs.harvard.edu/CHS/article/display/5595

    Too bad it’s not a PDF, but still: this is a great resource. Thanks for sharing!

    • Thanks for that – nothing I clicked took me to a page with the navigation menu on the left!