Although these fragments of a papyrus codex containing the Odyssey have no connection with the other papyri in this volume, they are included here because as part of the archive they may further illuminate Ammon’s literary interests. Their text is written in a small third-century bookhand unlike any other represented in the archive. Fr. A is revised from its first publication in Illinois Classical Studies 3 (Urbana 1978) pp.142−45 + plate p.152. Fr. B, recognized later among papyri in the archive, is hitherto unpublished; it is a fragment of the tenth leaf following fr. A.
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